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Volume 1 Issue 6 - March 1996

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March

March '96 Concert ~otes EtcEtEra .. continued WHAT BODY PART DID ANNIGONI LOSE, AND HOW7 The movie will be at the Kingsway Feb. 27, the Bloor March 7, and 01;1 Bravo arts channel March 3 at 7:30. See the film, then contact Pulse. First five callers answering correctly win COs . :-:-----------· next fall. VARIATIONS ON THE Artistic director; composer, THEME OF "RARE" Srul Irving Glick and acting March 2, the first concert of a president, U ofT violin professor completely new orchestra. and former TSO violinist, Leo Ensemble Unterwegs. Wigdorchik, are planning a March 3 - two countertenors "supportive educational environment for musically gifted (no waiting?) on one stage at students arid young adults," Metropolitan United Church. emulating the Russian March 25 - a rare Monday State Conservatory model, of concert with rarer fare-- which Wigdorchik is a graduate. Benjamin Britten's Canticles, Professor Wigdorchik can be (so don't go to all19 available reached at 222-2039. concerts the previous weekend!) March 27 - "an historical recreation of a concert given in St. Petersburg in 1908" by Jewish Music Toronto. March 31 - something almost as uncommon as a 40-voice motet --- four pianos playing together in ensemble! Remenyi House of Music plays host to this intriguing event. ~---------- KIWANIS FINALE March 4, 7pm - the Kiwanis Festival: Showcase of the Stars at the Ford Centre featuring winning entries in this year's festival, including ensembles from North Toronto Collegiate Institute and Unionville High School. 363- 3238. -t-... OPERA· NET? Opera Canada Magazine's spring issue, with news of summer opera festivals at home and abroad and ANNIGONI: PORTRAIT OF AN ARTIST a guide to opera on the internet, Original Motion Picture Score by STEFANO BURBI will be available on newsstands in ORCHESTRA DA CAMERA NOV A HARMONIA D1 FIRENZE mid-March. OPERA-NOSHI "Music hom in a Florentine heaven - a timeless maste1piece ... " •March 1 7!00: Canadian Antonio del Lungo Opera Company's OPERATHON. C.D. available at: The Classical Record Shop, Sam's Twenty-four hours of opera on or Artatak Films http://www.inforamp.net/-bondfast/index.htm screen, meals, gourmet coffee, and JiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiil briefings before each opera. 363- 1 6671. Only . WALKER'S Uszr •March 5 4:00: Lecture by renowned Liszt biographer Alan Walker: .''Franz Liszt: the progress of a biography." Boyd-Nee! Room, Edward Johnson Building. 978-3744. Free. GATSBY's ST. PAT •March 15 & 16 7:30: · Gatsby's Operatic Dinner Theatre announces Favourite Irish Vocal h-e ________ Musicfor,St. PatricH Day. 504 EtcEtEra file Church St. 968-0984. MAKING UP FOR MISSING MUSIC •March 30 9:00-4:00 is the 11th Annual Medieval Symposium at the U ofT. The theme is pilgrimage. Registration includes a medieval lunch, but, seemingly, no music. Oh well, COMPOSERS TAKE NOTE! March 4 at 7:30: Artword Sine Nomine and the TEMC Theatre presents: the first of four · provide some consolation March evenings for composers interested 8 and 10. in performing or having their works performed in a relaxed setting with a 4-foot baby grand piano. Contact Artword at 408- 1146. A NEW MUSIC SCHOOL The North York International Academy of Music, will be starting its after-school program POLISHING YOUR OWN BRASS March 31 is the 1996 SOCAN I MacMillan Lecture by the Canadian Brass: "What music teachers don't tell you--doing it on your own". Of special interest to performers and composers. Convocation Hall, U ofT, 3:00 pm ,. 445-8700 or 872-1111. Early~· . Bird Special . 5 for * Thursdays at 1:30 Walter Hall, U. ofT. •October 10, '96 Amernet Quartet (USA) Toronto debut •November 14, '96 A viva Aranovich (Lithuania) Toronto debut • December 12 '96 Leonardo Trio (USA) •January 16, '97 Kevin McMillan, barito (Canada), Schubert pieces •April3 '97 Wren Baroque Soloists (England) Canadian debut *if purchased by April 30 CALL (416) 487-3697 FOR INFORMATION WOMEN'S MUSICAL CLUIJ OF TORONTO

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