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Volume 11 Issue 2 - October 2005

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32 We ARE ALL Music's

32 We ARE ALL Music's CHILDREN by mJ Buell October's Child is ... ? Identify this member of our early music community, who, for the record, appears on the cover of the blue pages, for a chance to win tickets or a recording. The photo was taken circa 1960. "The bird doesn't sing because it has an answer, it sings because it has a song" Think you might know who it is? Send your best guess to musicschildren@thewho lenote. com. Winners will be selected by random draw from entries received on or before October 15, 2005 September's Child was .... Curtis Metcalf, Artistic Direc- ~ tor, Resident Conductor and ~---.'--,....;.....,__ ____ ~ 21: Euphonium Soloist of the Hannaford Street Silver Band Born in Sault Ste. Marie, Curtis studied trombone at McMaster University and education at the University of Toronto. A favourite of the Hannaford Street Silver Band's Toronto concert series audience, he has been part of the band since it began 22 years ago. In addition to the HSSB, Curtis has performed with the TSO, National Arts Centre Orchestra, COC, Hamilton Philharmonic and True North Brass and has also achieved international recognition as one of today's leading euphonium soloists. Curtis is Head of Music at Pickering College (an independent school in Newmarket, Ontario) and is euphonium and trombone instructor at U of T Faculty of Music. (For more about Curtis Metcalf, please see "Solid Brass Beginnings" in Musical Life on page 52.) July's Children - RETAKE!! To celebrate our hundredth issue in July, we ran childhood pictures of eleven of the people longest involved with WholeNote. In September, on our website, we added adult photos to help readers figure out who was who. and the winner .... Mary Jane (Jerry) Gray identified 9 of the eleven photos correctly. Her prize is a paid one-year subscription to WholeNote Magazine for herself, and a second one for a friend. Congratulations Jerry! Know someone whose photo should appear in this column during the 2005-2006 season? Send your suggestions to musicschildren@thewholenote.com Back to Ad Index ACCLARION 61 ACROBAT Music 62 ALDEBURGH CONNECTION 42 ALEXANDER KATS 52 AMADEUS CHOIR 39 AM ICI CHAMBER ENSEMBLE 18, 43 ART OF T IME ENSEMBLE 44 ATMA CLASSIQUE 7 ATMA CLASSIQUE 38 BACH CONSORT 67 BATA SHOE MUSEUM 34 BAY BLOOR RADIO 70 CANADIAN Music CENTRE 3, 24 CANCLONE SERVICES 62 CARNEGIE HALL MESSIAH 21 CATHEDRAL BLUFFS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 44 CENTENARY CONCERT SERIES 4 7 CHINESE ARTISTS SOCIETY OF TORONTO 31 CHRIST CHURCH DEER PARK 34 CHRIST CHURCH JAZZ VESPERS 27 CHURCH OF THE R EDEEMER 38 C1v1c LIGHT OPERA COMPANY 29 CIVIC LIGHT OPERA COMPANY 40 CLASSIC VOICE INSTRUCTION 52 CosMo Music 53 DANCEWORKS 36 DAVE SNIDER Music CENTRE 27 D EER PARK CONCERTS 44 DELICIOUS AUDIO 63 DR. KATARINA BULAT 57 ELMER ISELER S INGERS 23 ELORA FESTIVAL SINGERS 46 ESPRIT ORCHESTRA 2 ETOBICOKE CENTENNIAL CHOIR 22 ExuL TATE CHAMBER SINGERS 41 GEORGE HEINL 2 4 GILMORE Music 14 HAMIL TON PHILHARMONIC 4 7 HANNAFORD S TREET SILVER BAND 11 HARKNETT M USICAL SERVICES 28 H EALEY WILLAN SINGERS 35 HELICONIAN HALL 57 H UMBERCREST UNITED C HURCH 40 HYMN SOCIETY, SOUTHERN ONTARIO CHAPTER 50 INTERNATIONAL BACH FESTIVAL 20 J AY BLAIR 57 JSL M USICAL PRODUCTIONS 28 J UDITH & JOSEPH PELEG 51 KARL MACHA T 63 K 1NGSWAY CONSERVATORY 54 LAKESHORE A RTS 39 LOCKRIDGE H1F1 65 LONG & MCQUADE 27 MARJORIE SPARKS 55 MARYEM ToLLAR 67 M EADOWVALE THEATRE 35, 36 MELODIC VOICES 39 MICHAEL J. IERULLO 18 MIKROKOSMOS 66 MISSISSAUGA SYMPHONY 37 index of advertisers MooREDALE CONCERTS 37 Music AT M ETROPOLITAN 4 1 Music FOR Y oUNG CHILDREN 53 Music ON THE H ILL 33 Music RooM 51 Music ToRONTO 9, 38, 40, 43 NAXOS OF CANADA 59 NEW Music CONCERTS 25, 37 NEW SCHOOL OF CLASSICAL VOCAL STUDIES 55 OFF CENTRE Music SALON 37 OPERA ATELIER 11 OPERA IN CONCERT 29 OPERA MoDERNA 36 OPERA ONTARIO 30 OPERA YORK 31 OPERA-IS 30 ORCHESTRA TORONTO 40 ORPHEUS CHOIR 45 PASQUALE 8 ROS. 32 PATTIE KELLY 52 PAUL JESSEN 52 PENTHELIA SINGERS 22 PETER MAHON 22 PHILLIP L. 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LISTINGS Concerts: Toronto & nearby Plans change! Always call ahead to confirm details with presenters. Concerts: Toronto & nearby PAGE 33 Concerts: Further Afield PAGE 46 Music Theatre/Opera PAGE 48 Jazz Clubs PAGE 49 Announcements/Lectures Seminars/Etcetera page 50 Saturday October 01 - 2:00: First Annual Chinese Performing Arts Festival. Heartbeat. An action musical with dance based on Chinese percussion. Toronto Centre for the Arts, 5040 Yonge St. 416-8 72-1111. -. For complete run see music theatre listings. - 2:30 & 8:00: Griffin Stables Productions. Conquest: A Viking Musical. By Nathaniel Barnes & Rachael Griffith. Walmer Road Baptist Church Theatre, 188 Lowther Ave. 416-347-7085. atthe door. - 3:30: Sinfonia Toronto. Season Sampler. Selections from Mozart: Divertimento K 137; Dvorak: American Quartet in orchestral version; Wiren: Serenade; Rossini: Barber of Seville; Barber: Adagio; Biber: Battalia; Brahms: Hungarian Dances #1 & 5. Nurhan Arman, conductor. Walmer Road Baptist Church, 188 Lowther Ave. 416-499-0403. Free. - 4:30: Yorkminster Citadel Band & Choir. Thanksgiving Jazz Concert and Dinner. Duncan Hopkins Trio, guests. Yorkminster Citadel of the Salvation Army, 1 Lord Seaton Road. 416-222-9110. Call re: dinner prices. Concert: , (sr/st). - 7 :30: Deer Park Concerts. Saturday Night Organ Recital Series. Mendelssohn, Schumann, Reger, Vierne & Bach. Carole Terry, organ. Deer Park United Church, 129 St. Clair Ave W. 416-481-2979. , (st). - 7:30: International Bach Festival. Festival Gala Opening Concert: The Joy of Virtuosity. Vivaldi: Concerto for Four Violins in b; Bach: Concerto for Four Pianos in a; Berg: Violin Concerto. U of T Symphony Orchestra; James Parker, Midori Koga, Cameron Stowe, Lydia Wong, piano; Scott St. John, violin & other performers; Raffi Armenian, conductor. MacMillan Theatre, Edward Johnson Bldg., 80 Queen's Park. 416-978-3744. , (sr/st). -7:30: Pendas Productions. Trance Dance Form(A Sound Dpera)/Notes from the Underworld. Productions including dance, poetry and acting. Brenda Muller, cello/ composer; Ramona Carmelly, vocals; Catherine Maguire, piano; Angela Hammar, flute. Artword Theatre, 75 Portland St. 416- 408-1146. , . - 8:00: Small World Music Festival. autorickshaw. Trichy Sankaran, Kevin Breit, guests. Al Green Theatre (Miles Nadal Jewish Community Centre), 750 Spadina Ave. 416· 645-9090. , in advance. - 8:00: Elgin Theatre. Umoja. The Spirit of Togetherness. A celebration of South African song and dance. Elgin Theatre, 189 Yonge St. 416-872-5555. -, (childl, (st), 0(family 4-pack). For complete run see music theatre listings. - 8:00: Musicians in Ordinary. A Pi/grimes Solace. Renaissance and Baroque songs by John Dowland. Hallie Fishel, soprano; John Edwards, lute; Christopher Verrette, Renaissance violin; Laura Jones, bass viol. Heliconian Hall, 35 Hazelton Ave. 416-603-4950. , (sr/st). - 8:00: Small World Music Festival. Nawal in Concert. Guitar and vocals. Lula Lounge, 1585 Dundas St. W. 416-631 -43 11. _ - 8:00: St. Anne's Anglican Church/ Bernie Lynch. A Vocal Celebration. Mark Dubois, tenor; Corinne Lynch & Laura Schatz, sopranos; Toronto Northern Lights, chorus director Steve Armstrong; Inclination, barber· shop quartet; Peter Orme & John Stephenson, organ. 270 Gladstone Ave. 416-922-4415. . All funds for church organ renovation. - 8:00: The Classics. Favourites from Opera, Classical & Operetta. Wendy Maxwell, soprano; Peter Whalen, tenor; Robert Mason, bass baritone; Adolfo De Santis, piano. Christ Church Deer Park, 1570 Yonge St. 866-494· 0007. (ad/sl), (sr/ch). - 8:00: The Theatre Centre. Enoch Arden, by Alfred, lord Jabber & his Catatonic Songstress. Text by Judith Thompson, music by Richard Strauss. John Fitzgerald Jay & Kristin Mueller, performers; Maria Lamont, director. Theatre Centre, 1087 Queen St. W. 416-538- 0988. -, call re st/grp rates. For complete run see music theatre listings. - ~ Music on the Hill Free Lunchtime Concerts Thursdays, 12: 15 pm October 6 Tanya Turner, music theatre soprano October 13 Toronto Starlight Orchestra St. John's York Mills Church, 19 Don Ridge Dr. Near York Mills subway. Close to Yonge and the 401. Free parking. Beautiful venue. 416-225-6611 Supported by the Toronto Arts Council STEVE REICH 10.14 Roger D. Moore Distinguished Visitor in Composition In residence - Oct 27 - 30 .,,. 1 . •,:. .. / CHASE SANBORN MASTER CJ.ASS Km Pil!fC Afr11111ri11/ frnst 1\,fasti"l' Cl11s.,· Sfffrs 10.15 WIND ENSEMBLE & SnirHONIC BAND Music by Elkrb)', Graingn ,rnd Sump ~i FACULTY UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO 10.22 THE OPERA EXCHANGE SYMPOSIUM - Rodelinda and Carmen: Girls' Night Out! For information t:all th.: COC at 4 16.363.8231 10.29 CHOIRS IN CONCERT University Women's Chorus and Master Chorale For details on these and other events taking place at the Faculty of Music, visit our website or call the Box Office at 416.978.3744 OCTOBER 1 - NOVEMBER 7 2005 Back to Ad Index WWW, THEWHOLENOTE.COM 33

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