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Volume 1 Issue 9 - June 1996

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June

June '96 •8• PULSE PLEASE CHECK AHEAD Concert-goer b~ware! INFORMATION PHONE NUMBERS ARE PROVIDED WITH ALL PULSE LISTINGS. PLEASE when possible phone ahead to confirm details. We do our best, but we make mistakes! And mistakes aside, live performance is always subject to the vagaries of botched ·schedules, ill health, cancellations .. " So please call to confirm when you can. •1 :30: High Park Girls'Choir, Ann Cooper-Gay, cond. A mix of "classical" and folk music of the Baroque period and Celtic-oriented music. With Puirt a Baroque (Crossover ensemble) and string orchestra. St. Anne's Church, 270 Gladstone Ave. 245-8232. to 5. •2:00 & 7:30: Canadian Children's Opera Chorus, John Tuttle, cond. Derek Holman and Robertson Davies: Doctor Canon's Cure. Premiere Dance Theatre, 207 Queen's Quay W. 973-4000. ,. •7:30: Amadeus Choir, Lydia Adams, cond. Sir David Willcocks, guest cond. Festive Majesty. Vaughan Williams: Old 1 OOth Psalm Tune; Parry: I Was Glad; Eleanor Daley: Mother, Son, Spirit; lmant Raminsh: Magnificat; Stanford: Three Motets; Brahms: Alto Rhapsody. Catherine Wyn­ Rogers, contralto; Eleanor Daley, organ. George Weston Recital Hall, 5040 Yonge St. 872-2222. ,. •7:30: Toronto Symphony, Bramwell Tovey, cond. Casual Concert. Stravinsky: The Fairy's Kiss Divertimento; Proko·fiev: Piano concerto #1; T chaikovsky: Symphony #2. Andrew Burashko, piano. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe St. 593-4828. .25 to .25. •7:30: Ukrainian Music Festival. Arias and lieder by Verdi, Donizetti, Schumann, Beethoven, Lysenko and Barvinsky. Piano duos by Brahms, Li.szt, Lutoslawski and Levkovych: Carpathian Rhapsody. Anatoli Voroninn, baritone & The Krechovsky Piano Duo. Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front St. W. 205-5555. ,. •8:00: Academy Concert· Series. Beethoven: Clarinet trio #2; Cello sonata #4; Schubert: Impromptu in A flat; Rossini: Variations for Clarinet and Foitepiano. Christina Mahler, cello; Nicolai T arasov, classical clarinet; Viv.iana Sofronitsky, fortepiano. Eastminster United Church, 310 Danforth Ave. 928- 1257. ,,. Musicians; music from the Spanish and English Renaissance. St. George's Anglican Church, Guelph. 1- 800-665-3212. .. •8:00: Riverdale Concert Society. lnaugura1 Concert of British and Danish Chamber Music. Vaughan Williams: Six Studies in English Folk song; Bridge: Three Pieces for String Quartet; Nielsen: Quartett, Op. 13; Bax: First Sonata for Violin and Piano. Daniel Kushner, Rachel Macleod, violin; Barbara Morris, cello; Elizabeth Morris, viola; Ellen Meyer, piano. Music Gallery, 179 Richmond St. W. 204-1080. ,. who, with cellist, Kristine •8:00: Royal Conservatory of Bogyo, will be playing a Music. Benefit Concert for concert on June lstto support Concert Hall Renovations. Pollution Probe. Works by Brahms, Franck, L-------------' Suk and Chopin. Antonin •8:00: Concertmasters. Pollution Probe Benefit Concert. Schubert: Two lmpromptus (op. 90) #3 in G flat (Andante), #2 in E flat (Allegro); Alberto Ginastera: Pampeana #2, Rhapsody for cello & piano; Cesar Franck: Cello Sonata in A; Brahms: Sonata #3 in f, op. 5. Anton Kuerti, piano; Kristine Bogyo, cello. Waiter Hall, 80 Queen's Pk. 926-1907. ,. •8:00: Guelph Spring Festival. The Scholars of London a capella vocal quartet. Christopher Brown: From the Doorways of the Dawn; BO'yd McDonald: On the Wedding of Two Kubalek, piano. 273 Bloor St. W. 408-2824, ext. 321. P.W.Y.C. The Riverdale Concert Society presents: BRITISH AND DANISH ~CHAMBER MUSIC Amok! Bax, earl Nielsen, Frank Bridge, and Ralph Vaughan Williams June 1, 8:00pm ,at the Music Gallery ·179 Richmond SI. West For tickets & info: 204-1080 1h%1£~~:,~' . Ensemble~~ Shevchenl!o Musical • celebrates years of son~ Sprin~ Concert • Sunday, June 2 • 2 pm MacMillan Theatre. Toronto's own ShevchenRo Male Chorus. Mandolin Orchestra and Kaniv FoiR Dancers. Sonqs, music and dance of URraine and other lands. Guest soloist Stephanie Piercey, soprano. Tlcllets: S t 6 & St 2 (less for seniors & students) Call the Ensemble (416) 533-2725 (days). VISA accepted

June '96 •9• PULSE SACRED Be PROFANE SOMERS featuring the Elmer lseler Singers CMC-CD 549_5 Canadian Music Centre Distribution Service available at select record stores and all regional offices of the CaJladian Music Centre / Canadian Music Centre 20 St. Joseph Street, Toronto, Ontario, M4Y 1J9 Tel (416) 961-6601 Fax (416) 961-7198 e-mail: cmc@interlog.com http:/www.culturenet.ca/cmc UNIVERSITY SETTLEMENT MUSIC & ARTS SCHOOL 23 Grange Rd. (s. of Dundas off McCaul) Summer Session July 8 to ·August 12 High quality, affordable individual lessons on 17 instruments for all ages & levels. of ability. GROUP CLASSES FOR CHILDREN: Music for Babies; Pre-School Music; Kindergarten Music; Orff Children's Music; Creative Dance; Arts and Crafts. GROUP CLASSES FOR ADULTS: Chinese GucZheng; Latin Dance; Sketching in Grange Park. For iilformation call Annett.e or Jerry at (416) 598-3444 The h:.ingswH)' Conservatory of i\lusic Dedicated to £\:ce/leuce iu M mic Education Register Now for our Summer Children's Programs/ Piano • Voice • Guitar • Violin • Viola • Cello • Recorder Flute • Clarinet • Drama • Speech • Music Theory & History Sharon M. Burlacoff, A.R.c.T.,B.Mar.,M.A.,M.F.A.,Director 3086 Blooa· St., W., Toa·onto Call (-tl6) 23-f-0121 -- REGISTRATION DEADLINE: JUNE 14TH ~~996 C>ummer Music Camp qili!; ,. For children ··· ..... ·'' age 5 to 14 Three two-week sessions • July 8-19 • July 22-August 2 • August 6-17 TORONTO INSTITUTE SUMMER WORKSHOPS o Voice and Drama class ' o Bartok Interpretation OF MUSIC • Piano Pedagogy: Teaching beginners • Preparing students for examination, Grade 1 to ARCT • String Ensemble: Group playing, sight reading skills -• Recorder master class for more advanced players Also starting in July • Summer Theory Classes: Preparation for RCM exam • Introductory classes on piano, guitar, other instruments Regular classes continue. Sign up any time. Violin and guitar rental is available. For information about all our programs, please call the school. 550 Eglinton Avenue East Toronto Ontario M4PIN9 Telephone 416/ 488-2588

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