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Volume 1 Issue 5 - February 1996

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  • Toronto
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February '96 Shostakovich: Chamber Symphony, Op. 110; Shostakovich: Prelude and Scherzo. 5040 Yonge St. 372-2222. .50, ' .50. •8:00: Mueic TORONTO. Marianne Bindig, mezzo soprano w. John Edwards lute and John Hess, piano. L~e Songs of the Italian and French Renaissance, Schumann: Liederkreis Op.24; Songs of Rachmaninov, Satie, Montsalvage, and John Cage. Jane Mallett Theatre 27 Front St. 366-7723. ,. •8:00: Toronto Symphony. See Feb. 14, 8:00. •8:00: Ford Centre. Cuarteto Latinoamericano. Raze Vali: Two Pieces for String Quartet; Javier Alvarez: Metro Taxquena; Jose Evangelista: Spanish Garland; Villa­ Lobos: Quartet No.7. 5040 Yonge St. 872-2222. , , . •8:00: Mueic Gallery. University Settlement Music School. 75th Anniversary Concert. Contempory music and music from other cultures. 179 Richmond St. W. 204-1080. , . •8:00: Toronto Opera Repertoire. Lucia di Lammermoor by Gaetano Donizetti. Giuseppe Macina, cond. Central Technical School Theatre, •Harbord at Bathurst Street. 698- 9572. ,. •8:00: Faculty of Mueic. Faculty Artist Series. Susan Hoeppner and Friends. Mozart: Quartet in A for flute and strings; Baker: Three Plus One, op.45 for flute and String Trio; York Symphony Orchestra presents: ROMANCE OF OPERA featuring Igor Emelianov, B Adele Kozak, S Steven Leigh, T Anna Shafajinskaia, S lara Zaalishvili, T at FORD CENTRE: Feb. 17th 8 PM + hdlg: 416-872-2222 and MARKHAM THEATRE Feb. 18th 7:30PM -: 905-305-7 469 TWO GRAND NIGHTS OF OPERATIC MUSIC/ Jolivet: Chante de Linds for flute, string trio and harp; Persichetti: Serenade #1 0 for flute and harp; Debussy: Trio for flute, viola and harp. Susan Hoepner, flute; Judy Loman, harp; Mark Fewer, violin; Rennie Regehr, viola; Brian Epperson, cello. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Pk. Crase. 978-3744, ,. •8:00: Mieei .. auga Symphony Orcheetra. Pops Concert, "From Vienna to Broadway•. Selections from Broadway musicals and Viennese operettas. Mark DuBois, tenor; John Barnum, cond. Delta Meedowvale Resort & Conference Centre, 6750 Mississauga Rd. 905- 274-1571 . . •8:00: Mueic Gallery. Marilyn Lerner, piano. Inventive, accessible improvisation. 179 Richmond St. W. 204-1080. , . . • 8:00: Mueic Umbrella. Kavkasia Trio Live. T reditional vocal music from the Republic of Georgia. Eastminster United Church, 31 0 Danforth Ave. 461-6681. ,. •8:00: The Scarborough Philharmonic. Romantic Russians. Arcuri: Amer; Rachmaninov: Piano Concerto No. 2 inc; Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 2 in c. Veronique Lacroix, cond. Philip Thomson: guest soloist. Birchmount Park Collegiate, 3663 Danforth Ave. 439-8527. to . •8:00: Toronto Opera Repertoire. Madame Butterfly by Giacomo Puccini. Giuseppe Macina, cond. Central Technical School Theatre, Harbord at Bathurst St. 698-9572. , . •8:00: Toronto Symphony. See 8:00 Feb.14. · •8:00: York Symphony Orcheetra. The romance of opera. Famous romantic arias and duets by the . greatest composers. Roberto de Clara, cond. Adele Kozak & Anna Shafajinskaia, sopranos; Steven Leigh & Zara Zaalishvili, tenors; Igor Emelianov, bass. George Weston Recital Hall, Ford Centre for the Performing Arts, 5040 Yonge St. 872-2222. . •8:15: Te Deum Orcheetra &. Singere. Happy birthday, Georg. A celebration of Handel's 311th birthday. Harpsichord Su~e in g; Concerto # 14 in a for organ and orchestra; Coronation anthem #4; Laudate Pueri (Psalm 114) for soprano, choir and orchestra. Richard Birney-Smith dir., Beverley Leslie, soprano. Glenn Gould Studio Theatre, 250 Front Street West, 205- 5555. , . MUSIC UMBRELLA presents KAVKASIA TRIO LIVE Singing traditional music from the Republic of Georgia Sat Feb. 17, 8:00pm Eastminster United 310 Danforth Ave & 416-461-6681 2:00: Toronto Opera Repertoire. Cosi fan tutte by Mozart. 7, 2. See Feb 14. •3:00: Mueic Gallery. Cagevocation. Music by John Cage, Andrew Culver, Jack Behrens, Frederic Rzewski, William Hellerman, Toshi lchiyanagi and Linda C. Smith. Udo Kasemats, Jack Behrens with Diane Aitken, flute, Tiina Kiiik, accordion, Susan Layard, singer. 179 Richmond St. W. 204-1080. Pay what you can. •3:00: Baroque Mueic beeide the Grange. Pastori e Zingare. 1 7th and 1 8th century music inspired by triumphs trials and tribulations of shepherds, gypsies, gods and goddesses. Works by Monteverdi, Carissimi, Frescobaldi and others. Meredith Hall soprano, Laura Pudwell mezzo, David Arnot tenor, Margaret Gay cello, John Edwards and Terry McKenna lutes and guitars. Church of St. George the Martyr, 205 John Street, 588-4301.,. •7:30: York Symphony Orcheetra. The Romance of Opera. Roberto de Clara, cond. Adele Kozak & Anna Shafajinskaia, sopranos; Steven Leigh & Zara Zaalishvili, tenors; Igor Emelianov, bass. Markham Theatre, 171 Town Centre Blvd. Markham~ 905-305-7469. ,. •8:00: Amedeue Eneamble preeante new trio Peter Longworth piano, Mark Fewer violin, Tom Wiebe cello. Beethoven: Trio in c, op. 1, #3; Shostakovich: Trio #2, op. 67 in e; Brahms: Trio in B. op 8. Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front Street West, 205- 5555. , •1 :00: St. Jamee Cathedral. Organ recital. Allen Wayte. 65 Church St. 364-7865. Free. •8:00: CBC Glenn Gould Studio. Judith Loman, harp. Music by Bach, Scarlatti, Salzedo and R. Murray Schafer (Crown of Ariadne, featuring world premiere of a new opening to this work). 250 Front Street West, 205-5555. •8:00: Mueic Gallery. CCMC. See Feb. 13. •8:00: Mueic TORONTO. Haydn Trio, Vienna. Schubert: Trio in Eo, Op.1 00, D.929; Haydn: Trio in G, Hob. XV/25 (Ongares.e); Works of Fritz Kreisler and Johann Strauss. Jane Mallett. 27 Front St. 366-7723. , , . •12:10: St. Paul'e Church. Organ recital. Bloor Street East (at Jarvisl, 961-8116. Free. •12:30: Yorkmineter Park Baptiet Church. Organ recital. Yonge and Heath Street, 925-7312. Free. •8:00: Ford Centre. Millennium. Led by Scott St. John, violin/viola. Milhaud: La Creation du Monda; Copland: Piano Quartet; John Novacek: Ragtime Suite; Dvorak: Piano Quintet in A. Opus 81. Robert PULSE: listings •.. Chen, violin; Atnedi Hummings, viola; Jan Vogler, cello; Anne-Marie McDermott, piano. 5040 Yonge St. 372-2222. .50,.50, .50. •8:00: CBC Glenn Gould Studio. OnStage Voices. Quartette (Sylvia Tyson, Cindy Church, Caitlin Hanford, Colleen Peterson.) 250 Front St. W. 205-5555. . •8:00: Mueic Gallery. Critical Band. New works for new instruments. John Gzowski, guitar; Garnet Willis, sound sculptor; Marc Sabat, violin; Richard Sacks, percussion; Robert Stevenson, clarinet. 1 79 Richmond St. W. 204-1080. ,. •8:00: Toronto Opera Repertoire. Lucia di Lammermoor by Gaetano Donizetti. ,. See Feb 16. •8:00: Toronto Symphony. Beethoven: Violin Concerto; Sibelius: Symphony No. 2 . Jukka-Pekka Saraste, cond. Frank Peter Zimmermann, violin. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe St. 593-7769. .25-.25. •12:00: Mueic Around Ue: CBC Noon Hour Concerte, hosted by Lorna Jackson. Back to the '20's: Paul Brodie, saxophone; Eric Robertson, piano. 12th Street Rag, Kiss Me Again, Swip8f!y, Kitten On the Keys, Alexander's Ragtime Band, & more. Glenn Gould Studio Theatre, 250 Front Street W, 205-5555. Free. •8:00: Toronto Symphony. See Feb. 21. •8:00: The Canadian Singere. Music to Have Fun With. Stompin' Tom Conners: Bud the Spud; R. Murray Schafer: Four Songs from Felix's Girls; John Weinzweig: Hockey Night in Canada; and more. St. Andrew's United Church, 117 Bloor St. E. 690- 9629. , . •8:00: Ford Centre. Antje Weithaas, violin w. Gerald Fauth, piano. Canadian debut. Debussy: Sonata for Violin and Piano; Beethoven: Sonata in· c Opus 30, No.2; Franck: Sonata in A. 5040 Yonge St. 372- 2222. .50, .50, .50. •8:00: Mueic Gallery. Branching Paths. Music by Chiyoko Slavnics, Lesley Barber, Nic Gotham, and John Gzowski. 179 Richmond St. W. 204- 1080. , . •8:00: Toronto Opera Repertoire: Madame Butterfly by Giacomo Puccini. See Feb 17. •11 :00: Harbourfront Cuehion Concerte. Lara St. John: Gypsy Violin. This London, Ontario-born violinist made her European ·debut at age 10. Sharp, clear s ounds and a dynamic performance style. Water's Edge Cafe, 235 Queen's Quay West. 973-4000. -10. • 7:30: BeN' Arte Singere with orcheetra and the Scarborough School• Concert Choir. Monteverdi: Vespers. Lee Willingham, cond. Julie

February '96 ........ ·-· Harris & Eva Mezo, sopranos; Jennifer Neveu, alto; David Arnot & Darryl Edwards, tenors; David Bertram & Stephen King, barit ones; len Sedler, organ. St. Paul's R.C. Church, 83 Power St. (at Queen E.). 699-5879. , . •8:00: Eaet York Symphony. Dimitri Shostakovich Symphony # 7 "Leningrad". Ontario Science Centre, 770 Don Mills Rd, 467-7142, •8:00: TSO, See Feb 21. •8:00: Mueic Gallery. Canadian Electronic Ensemble. 179 Richmond St. W. 204-1080. ,. •8:00: The Oriana Singere. Fanfare & Song, with guest artists The Niagara Brass. Milton Barnes: Madrigals; Ruth Watson Henderson: Gloria; and works by J .S. Bach, Faure, and Holst. Grace Church-onthe-Hill, 300 Lonsdale Road. 742- 7006. and . •8:00: Toronto Opera Repertoire. Cosi fan tutte by W.A. Mozart. , . See Feb 14. • 2:00: T Qrorrto Opera Repertoire. Lucia di Lammermoor by Gaetano Donizetti. See Feb 16. •2:30: Lee Ami• Concert Seriee. "Fourplay". Chamber Music from the 20th century. Khetchaturian, Trio for violin, clarinet and piano; Darius Milhaud, Suite for violin, cello and piano; new work for piano trio by Michael Hynes; new work for violin, cello and piano by Kye Marshall. Robert Miskey, violin; Fred Osachoff clarinet, bass clarinet; Sharon Prater, cello; Eileen Keown, piano. Ford Centre for the Performing Arts studio theatre. 5040 Yonge Street. 924- 9247 (lea Amis) or 872-2222 (Ford Centre). Pay what you can. •3:00: Canadian Chamber Academy. Rossini: Sonata No.6 in D Major; Schubert: Salve Regina D.676 ; and more. Tak-Ng Lai, cond. 135 George lgnatieff Theatre. 15 Devonshire Place. 538-4342. , . •3:00: Claeeical Cabaret. From Serious to Syncopated. Pianists Micah and Lisa Yui play Milhaud's Scaramouche and works by Ravel, Faure; Arlene Duncan and Rudy Webb pay tribute to Duke Ellingt on. Walter Hall, Edward Johnson Building 80 Queen's Park Crescent . 925- 0284. , (seniors), (students). • 7:00: Romance with Liszt: Kriszta Kovacs, piano. Music of Liszt and Rachmaninov. Glenn Gould Studio Theatre, 250 Front Street West, 205- 5555. , . •7:30: Mueic Gallery. Lubomyr Melnyk, piano with Marie Berard, violin, Douglas Perry, viola, Margaret Gay, cello. 179 Richmond St. W. 204-1080. ,. •7:30: The Trinity Chamber Eneemble. Dvorak: Serenade for Strings; Josef Suk: Serenade for Strings. Church ·of the Transfiguration, 111 Manor Road East, 493-8149. , . •12: 10: F acuity of Mueic. Jeanette Lin, piano, "St epping Stone" winner 76, No. 4, The Sunrise; Webern: of the Canadian Music Competition. 1905 Langsamer Satz; Shostakovich: Walter Hall. 80 Queen's Pk. Crase. Q uartet No.7 in U, Op.10 8; 978-3744, Free . Be ethoven: Quartet in e, Op. 59, No. • 1:00: St. Jamee Cathedral. Organ 2, Rasumovsky. Daniel Quartet. Jane recital. Patricia Phillips Wright. 65 M allett Theatre, 27 Front St. 366- Church St. 364-7865. Free. 7723. , , . e8:00: CBC Glenn Gould_ •8:00: North York Symphony and Repercussion: Oliver Jones, piano. Je wieh Mueic Toronto. North York Great keyboard jazzmen teams with Sy mphony, cond. Kerry St ratton, in 2 four Montreal master percussionists. pr ogram of works by Jewish 20th anniversary year. Glenn Gould co mposers. Srul Irving Glick: Sonata Studio Theatre, 250 Front Street fo r Orchestra; John Weizweig: Barn West, 205-5555. . De nee from the Red Ear Of Corn; •8:00: Ford Centre. Anne-Sophie w orks by Offenbach, Meyerbeer, Mutter, violin w . Lambert Orkis, M ilhaud, and Copland. George piano. Brahms: Scherzo inc from W eaton Recital Hall, Ford Centre, FAE Sonata; Debussy: Sonata for 5040 Yonge Street , 872-2222. , Violin and Piano; Wolfgang Rihm: 4; ,. I Phantom and Escapade (Fantasy for •8:00: Theitre fra119aie de Toronto. Violin and Piano); Bart6k: Sonata for La Voix Humaine. See Feb 28 at Violin and Piano No.2; Wieniawski: 8: 00. Legend in g, Opus 17; Sarasate: Bohemian Airs from Zigeunerweisen. 5040 Yonge St. 372-2222. .50, M ARCH PREVIEW .50, .50. • 1 8 :00: ARRAYMUSIC. 204-1080 •8:00: Mueic Gallery. CCMC. See • 1 7 :00 COC. Operathon 363-6671 Feb. 13. • 1 8 :00: lseler Singers 595-0937 •1 8 :00: Exultate Chamber Singers. 961-8382. 1 8 :00: Ford Centre. Ladysmith B lack Mambazo. 872-2222 •2 3 :30: Theatre Francais de •12:10 St. Paul'e Church. Organ T oronto. 534-6604. recital. Bloor Street East (at Jarvis). e 2 8:00: Deer Park Concerts. Organ 961-8116. Free. R ecital. 962-3381. (See ad p. 7) e12:30: Yorkmineter Park Baptiet e 2 8:00: Et obicoke Community Church. Organ recital. Yonge and C oncert Band. 233-1364. Heath Street •. 925-7312. Free. •2 8:00: Faculty of Music. Donna •8:00: Toronto Symphony. A Great B ennett, soprano. 978-3744. Performers recital with Grigory e 2 8:00: Ford Centre. Sonny Rollins, Sokolov, piano. Roy Thomson Hall, s axophone. 872-2222. 60 Simcoe St . 593-7769. .25- •2 8 :00: Diana Krall Trio. 205-5555 .25. •2 8:00: Toronto Camerata. •8:00: Theitre fra119aie de Toronto. 905-841-6482. La Voix Humaine. Poulenc: La Voix •3 2:30: Aldeburgh Connection. Humaine, s ung by Rosemarie Landry;· 4 23-9318. (See ad p. 7) Cocteau: La Voix Humaine, •3 2:30: Th. Fr. de T.O. see Mar.2 performed by Diana Leblanc. e3 3:00: Concertsingers. 769-7991. Canadian Stage Theatre, 26 Berkeley •3 8 :00: Music at Metropolitan. St, upstairs . 534-6604. -. 363-0331 . (See ad p. 71 • ?:00: Toronto Opera Repertoire. Madame Butterfly by Giacomo Puccini. , . See Feb 17. •12:00: Mueic Around Ue: CBC Noon Hour Concerte, hosted by Lorna Jackson. The Aldeburgh Connection: Happy Birthday Rossini. Bruce Ubukata, Stephen Ralls and singing friends in a Rossini Soiree. Glenn Gould Studio Theatre, 250 Front Street West, 205-5555. Free. •12:10: Faculty of Mueic. Works by student composers. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Pk. Crase. 978-3744, Free. •8:00: Lee Coucoue Benevolee. Endangered Species. Elissa Poole flute, Colin Tilney harpsichord, Olga van Kranendonk cello. J .S. Bach: Sonata in e for flute & continuo; W.F. Bach: Sonata; Duphly: Sonata; Kucharzyk: Duet for flute and Harpsichord. Rosedale United Church, 1 59 Roxborough Dr. 588- 9939. , . •8:00: Mueic Gallery. A Leap Beyond. Music by Toronto composers, Michael Dobinson and Nadene Theriault. 179 Richmond St. w. 204-1080. 0 ,. - •8:00: Mueic TORONTO. Daniel Quartet. Haydn: Quartet in Bo, Op. Two in March! MUSIC AT METROPOLITAN presents MUSIC FOR A WHILE Peter Mahon and Kevin Power, countertenors in duets and solos by Handel, Purcell, Power, Cabena, Puccini and others Sunday, March 3, 8PM Metropolitan United Church, Queen & Church Str Admission: , Information: 363-0331 DEER PARK CONCERTS presents William Wright in a recital of organ music Saturday, March 2 8:00PM Information and t ickets: 4 1 6-962-3381 Lady Blarney March 3 Soprano Monica Whicher in John Greer's new song cycle based on the life of Anna Jameson. Readings by Jennifer Phipps from Mrs Jameson's account of her travels in early Canada. 2:30p.m. Walter Hall Tickets (/16) call 423-9318 The Britten Canticles March 25 A rare opportunity to hear these haunting works in live performance! Benjamin Butterfield, Daniel Taylor & Brett Polegato, with James Sommerville, horn, Judy Loman, harp, and Stephen Ralls & Bruce Ubukata, piano. 8:00p .m. Glenn Gould Studio Tickets (/15) call 205-5555

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