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Volume 1 Issue 9 - June 1996

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June

June '96 •6• PULSE ALPHABETICAL LIST OF PRESENTERS AND VENUES Academy Concert Series 1 Accumulations 14 Alexander String Quartet 6, 7 Amadeus Choir 1 An Evening with Catherine Robbin 6 Apollo Chamber Ensemble 23 Arraymusic 1 6 Artword Theatre 1 0 Aubergine Wind 'Quintet 2 Baroque Music Beside the Grange 2 Benefit Concert 1, 6 Blind Mouse Recital 8 Canadian Children's Opera Chorus 1, 2 Canadian Music Competitions. Gala Concert 27 Chalmers United Church 16 Church of the Holy Trinity 9, 10, 17, 24 Composers' Soiree 1 0 Concertmasters 1 Eastminster United Church 1 Etobicoke Centennial Choir 8 Etobicoke City Hall 22 Etobicoke Community Concert Band 9, 22 Exultate Chamber Singers, with the Elora Festival Singers 12 First Unitarian Church 2 Ford Centre 16, 19, 21,28 Ford Centre Studio Theatre 16, 18 Fundraising Concert 18 George lgnatieff Theatre 28 George Weston Recital Hall 1, 8, 13, 15, 16, 21, 28 Glenn Gould Studio 1, 11, 14, 22 Great Music at St. Anne's 2 Guelph Spring Festival 1, 2, 6, 7, 9, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 Guelph Spring Festival Chamber Orchestra 15 Hart House 2 Heliconian Hall 8 High Park Girls'Choir 1 I Virtuosi di Toronto 13 Islington United Church 8 Jazz from Ran Gaskin's Next Wave Series 25 Jeff Healey with the Hot Five Jazzmakers & Friends 16 Komitas Musical Association 16 Light Classics Concert 15 MacMillan Theatre 2, 27 comes Hall: Teresa Salgueiro voice; Francisco Ribeiro voice, cello; Pedro A Malgahaes guitar; Jose Peixoto guitar; Gabriel Gomes accordion; Car/os Maria Trindade keyboard. Beach not included! Madredeus 29 Mel Lastman Square 13 Mississauga Children's Choir 14 Music by student composers 22 Music for a While 23 Music Gallery 1, 5, 6, 8, 9, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 21, 22,25 Music Mondays 10, 17, 24 Music Mondays Showcase Fundraising Concert 9 Neilson Park Creative Centre 9 Newman Centre 23 Newman Centre Chapel 23 Nexus 11 North York Concert Band 13 North York International Academy of Music 18 North York Temple Songsters 15 Ontario Choral Federation 8 Opera Anonymous 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 Orpheus Choir of Toronto 8 Pollution Probe Benefit Concert 1 Pops Concert 10 Premiere Dance Theatre 1, 18 Puirt a Baroque (Crossover ensemble) 1 Renaissance Vocal Ensemble 24 Richard Moore, percussion 22 Riverdale Concert Society 1 Ray Thomson Hall 5, 8, 11, 12, 14, 15, 16, 19, 20, 21,22, 29 Royal Conservatory of Music 1, 6 Royal Ontario Museum 9 Rupert Schieder Concert 2 Sampradaya Dance 1 a Satie's Faction 2 Scarborough Bicentennial Massed Choir 1 0 Scarborough Civic Centre 1 6 Scarborough Philharmonic and Cathedral Bluffs Symphony Orchestr 16 Shevchenko Ensemble 2 AcCURA1 E MUSIC COPYING & PRINTING by / professional copyist in reasonable time at competitive cost. Computer typesetting of your scores & parts. Instrumental or vocal. Lead sheets & i transpositions. 416-635- 1420. CD, CONCERT OR AUDITION TAPE REcORDING? For experienced, professional, classical & acoustic music recording, phone Frank Lockwood, M.Mus. (416) 769-2204. CONCERT DESIGN MUSICIANS' PERFORMANCE PRODUCTS (incl. custom design). Portable halogen lighting for orchestral music staods, conduc1or's podium. pianos; l>erformance Chairs for all musicians including children, maximwn adjustability to your physique. On site, minidisc recording of solo, choir, & chamber music performances to final CD master recording. Sal PoiTetta (416) 963-8484. C LASSIFIEDS FLUTE & RECORDER INSTRUCTION by 8 qualified & experienced teacher & performer. Allan Pulker, 603-3786. 0 ••• • • • •••• • • • • • • FoR SALE: VIOLA CASE. Oblong, tits up to a 16.5 inch instnunent. Music pocket, 2 storage pockets, very light. Made in France by BAM. Looks exactly like new (used less than a few months). 0. 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Pop, Jazz, Blues, Original Chords, lead, reading, improvisation, fmgerboard, St. Aidan's Church 2 St. Andrew's Church 13 St. Anne's Church 1, 2 St. George the Martyr Church 2 St. George's Anglican Church 1 St. George's Church, Guelph 12 St. James Cathedral 4, 11, 13, 18, 25 Studio Theatre, Ford Centre 16 Sucalejani Ensemble 13 Tafelmusik 5 The Glass Orchestra 21 The History of the Recorder 9 The Loft 13, 14 The Scholars of London 1 The Victoria Scholars 15 Theatre Centre East 12, 13 Toronto Camerata 2 Toronto Canadian Chinese Artists Centre 13 Toronto Early Music Centre 9 Toronto Mendelssohn Choir 19, 21 Toronto Senior Strings 13 Toronto Symphony 1, 5, 6, 8, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15,16, 19, 20, 21, 22 Traditional Dance/ Contemporary Realities 5 Trinity College Chapel 23 Trinity-St. Paul's Church 8 Ukrainian Music Festival 1 VI '•er Hall 1 V, . ·emorial Hall 2, 7, 9, 15 Wt .·"! Music Celebration 11 Yamaha Music Canada 22 Yip's Music Festival 28 Young Composers' Workshop Concert 16 Yuki Matsuzawa and friends 9 0 • • • • 0 0 0 0 . 0 •• · - · 0. NORTH YoRK CONCERT BAND wants musicians, particularly clarinet, ·saxophone, bBBSoon & French horn players. Rehearsals - Thursdays. 8 • 10 p.m. York Mills C.l. 247-8287. • 0 •• 0 ••••• • •••• • 0 PIANo LESSONS from experienced RCM Affiliate teacher. All levels & ages welcome. Eve Egoyan, M. Mus., LR.A.M. 504- 4297. PiAN: vtouN ·& ci;W> · · TRio, Sarabands, is available for receptions & other private functions. Contact Anne Rankin at 601-9442. TAXATION, ACCOUNTING, Bookkeepmg, consulting. Norm Pulker, B. Moth. CMA. 905-830-2985 ... . . .. ... . .. . . . . VERSATILE LYRICIST. SN Bianca, 603-9319. VIOLIN LESSONS. Qualified, enthusiastic teacher/performer. Y onge­ Steeles area. Adults & children welcome. Contact Julie, 416-667-8300.

June '96 JUNE Saturday 1 RIVERDALE CONCERT SOCIETY . Their innagural program features works by RALPH VAUGHAN WILUAMS, FRANK BRIDGE, CARL NIELSEN. Wed-Sat 5-8 .' TRADITIONAL DANa I Sunday 9, 2 pm CONTEMPORARY REALITIES Exploring cultural duality through classical dance .of India and China. Featuring Rina Singha. Thursday 13 SUCALEJANI ENSEMBLE An evening of women's voices, rich in diversity, humour, honour and love. Featuring Susan Hookong. Fri E Sat 14l15 Kinetic Furniture for Lovers of Serious Noise The most recent'sound performance work''of lstvan Kantor, totalmedia experimentalist. ACCUMULATIONS Sunday16 ARRAYMUSIC Young Composer's Workshop Concert Newly minted works by participating composers Ros1E SOL TON, GORDON FITZELL, JOCEL YN MORELOCK and ERIC MORIN, performed by ARRAY. •7• June 1st, 7:30: "Festive Majesty" ~'f}l;[ OF GREATER TORONTO LYDIA ADAMS . Music Director with guest conductor, Sir David Willcocks and English contralto, Catherine Wyn-Rogers with Eleanor Daley, organ. George Weston Recital Hall, 5040 Yonge St.=::, 872-2222. ,. ·.· CANADIAN CHILDREN'S OPERA CHORUS presents Doctor Canon 9 s Cure Thursday 20 DoB E KINDERATOM Feel the pulse of two highly-charged groups exploring the limits of trance-inducing technology. Electreccentric! Friday 21 THE GLASS ORCHESTRA With Michael White, trumpet I electronics. An evening of shattering sonic experimentation. Saturday 22 . RICHARD MOORE I STEPHEN CLARKE Recent works for piano and percussion. Tuesday 25 DUMAURIERDOWNTOWNJ~ Next Wave Series CCMC I TONY CONRADI GASTR DEL SOL COMPOSER LIBRETTIST DEREK HOLMAN ROBERTSON DA VIFS CoNDuCToR JoHN TUITLE DIRECToR RALPH SMALL SATURDAY JuNE 1 (2 & 7:30 PM) SUNDAY JuNE 2 (2 PM) 179 Richmond Street W. (near University Ave.) All performances begin at 8:00pm, unless indicated otherwise For tickets and info. call 204-1 080 PREMIERE DANCE THEATRE, HARBOURFRONT CENTRE Box OFFICE (416) 973-4000 TICKETS (ADULTS); (STUDENTS & CHILDREN)

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