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Volume 1 Issue 6 - March 1996

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•8:00: Artword

•8:00: Artword Theatre. Seiren: The Ardeleana Trio in concert. Alice Ping Vee Ho: Seiren; Jana Skarecky: The Eyes of the Phoenix; Mary Gardiner: Three Love Songs for Piano and Voice; Murray Adaskin: Trio. Brenda Muller, cello; Laurie · Blencross, flute; Ann Edwards, piano; Nancy De Long, mezzo-soprano. 81 Portland St. #201, 408-1146. ,. •8:00: Amici, East Meets West. With Lakshmi Ranganathan (veen) and Vajan Rajalingam (mrudangam). Music by Mozart, Chan, Rame, and Martinu, & premiere of a work for veen, clarinet, piano and cello by Henry Kucharzyk. Glenn Gould Studio. 250 Front St. w. 205-5555. ,,. •8:00: Esprit Orchestra, Alex Pauk, cond. Four New Concerti. R. Murray Schafer: Concerto for Trumpet and Orchestra (World premiere), Stuart Laughton, trumpet; Harry Somers: Concerto for Piano and Orchestra (World premiere), Jamie Parker, piano; Bruce Mather: Tallbrem Variations (World premiere), Nexus, percussion; Sergio Barrosa: Concerto for Viola, Electronics and Orchestra (World premiere), Laura Wilcox, viola. ·Jane Mallett Theatre, 27 Front $t. E. 366- 7723. ,.50. •8:00: Orpheus Choir of Toronto, Brainerd Blyden­ Taylor, cond. Passion in Motion. Liszt: Via Crucis; Marcel Dupre: Crucifixjon; Poulenc: Stabat Mater. With Christopher Dawes, organ; Danny Grossman and friends: dancers; Mary Lou Fallis: soprano. St. James' FOURTEEN ---- ------- PULSE •8:00: Artword Theatre. See March 29. •8:00: Faculty of Music. University of Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Dwight Bennett, cond. Schoenberg: Cathedral, 65 Church St. 530- Variations for Orchestra 4428. ,. Op.31; Mahler: Symph~ny 1at'Utdl,v.· t4WJ ~~t¥~J~~1;;r:~~~~." •1 :00: Mississauga •8:00. Orpheus Choir. See Symphony·Children's Series. Mar. 29. Charlotte Diamond and the •8:00: Ford Centre. Toronto Mississauga Symphony. Mendelssohn Choir. Elmer Claudio Vena, guest cond. lseler, cond. Rachmaninoff: Cawthra Park Auditorium, Vespers; Tavener: Ikon of 1305 Cawthra Rd. S. 905- Light; music by Paynter, 274-1571.,. Vedel and Sarti. (Pre-concert =====~ talk w. Howard Dyck, 7pm). George Weston Recital Hall, 5040Yonge Street. 872- 2222. ,,. •8:00: Tallie Choir. Music for Passiontide. Purcell: Funeral Sentences for Queen Mary; Blow up the Trumpet; Jehova, Quam Multi; Scarlatti: Stabat Mater. St. Patrick's Church, 14 t McCaul Street, 483- 0559. ,. TENOR, DOUGLAS RICE: will be joined by soprano, •2:00: Faculty of Mueio. Ka.rene Megraw and pianist, Opera Division's last Opera Brahm Goldhamer. Sensuous Tea. An afternoon of opera melodies at Seeley Hall. and tea on the stage of the L------...;.. ______. MacMillan Theatre, Edward •8:0b: An Evening of Johnson Building, 80 Queen's Sensational Song. Songs, Pk. 978-3744. . arias and duets from Vivaldi •3:00: Three and Four to Verdi. Karene Megraw, ' Pianos. Feldman: Extensions soprano; Douglas Rice, tenor; IV, Two Pieces for Three Brahm Goldhamer, piano. Pianos; Piece for Four Pianos; Trinity College, Seeley Hall, 5 Kasemets: Canonic Hoskin Ave. 413-9932. . Soundflower, Hexagram no.16. Barbara Pritchard, Stephen Clarke, Adrienne Park, Udo Kasemets, pianists. Remenyi House of Music, 210 Bloor St. W. 961-3111. Free. Music at Metropolitan Good Friday, Apri/5, 7pm JoHANN SEBASTIAN BAcH Mass in B Minor METROPOLITAN FESTIVAL CHOIR AND ORCHESTRA, Patricia Wright, conductor Janet Obermeyer, soprano; Laura Pudwell, alto; Robert Breault, tenor; Nathaniel· Watson, baritone Admission: front of nave and front of balcony; all other seats Metropolitan United Church Queen and Church Streets Information: 363-0331 Classical and Acoustic Music Recording Service • Concerts • Demos • C.D. Recordings Frank Lockwood (416) 769-2204 FL@lo.org http:/ /www.lo.org/-fl/record.html Choral Music Specialists !.lWhere the people that you speak to are the owners. !.lWhere selection and price·are wm1atched. !.lOver 300,000 tides in our electornic catalogue. !.lDatabase-from over 1000 publishers worldwide. !.l Over 2000 items in stock right now. !.lPrices and quantities available on the phone. So why not program your future concerts now! Better yet, why not drop by our showroom? We believe yo).l will be pleasantly surprised. 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