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Volume 11 Issue 2 - October 2005

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LISTINGS Concerts: Further afield 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 In this issue: Barrie, Brantford, Burlington, Drayton, Elora, Guelph, Halton Hills, Hamilton, Keswick, Kitchener, Lindsay, London, Milton, Newmarket, Niagara-on-the­ Lake, Paris, Parry Sound, Port Hope, St. Catharines, St. Jacob's, Sharon, Sonya & Waterloo. Saturday October 01 - 12:00noon: Brantford Folk Club. Octoberfolk. A one day indoor folk music festival with concerts from noon Iii 5pm and from 6:30 til midnight. Performers include David Francey, Haines & Leighton, Jez Lowe & the Bad Pennies, Lynn Miles, Madviolet, Montana Skies, The Polyjesters & others. Best Western, Brant Park Inn, 19 Holiday Drive, Brantford. 519- 759-7676. . - 12:00noon: Colours of Music. Three Young Tenors. Michael Ciufo, Salvatore Gambino & Darrell Hicks, tenors. Burton Ave. United Church, 37 Burton Ave. Barrie. 705- 726-1134. Passport $ 55, ; (without passport). - 2:00 & 8:00: Drayton Festival Theatre. The Last Resort. A musical whodunit. Music & lyrics by Leslie Arden; Marc Richard, director/choreographer. 33 Wellington St. S., Drayton. 519-638-5555. , (18 & under). (grps 20+). - 2:30: Colours of Music. New Trio Debut: Trio Mosaique. Liszt, Beethoven, Schumann. Richard Raymond, piano; Rivka Golani, viola; James Campbell, clarinet. Central United Church, 54 Ross St. Barrie. 705-726-1134. Passport(see Oct 1 12:00 noon for price); (without passport). - 6:00: Canadian Orpheus Male Choir. A Taste of Italy. Fundraiser mini concert and spaghetti dinner in support of British tour. St. John's Anglican Church, 2464 Dundas St., Burlington. 905-529-2561. . - 7:00: Stephen Leacock Theatre. The Stephen Leacock Theatre Gala Event. Show and reception. 130 Gwendolyn Blvd, Keswick. 905-476-0193. . - 8:00: Capitol Theatre. An Evening at the Apollo. The music of Motown. Capitol Theatre, 20 Queen St., Port Hope. 905-885-1071. . - 8:00: Colours of Music. Toronto Welsh Male Voice Choir. Hymns, musicals, Welsh songs. Lenard Whiting, tenor; David Low, conductor. First Christian Reformed Church, 33 Shirley Ave. Barrie. 705-726-1134. with passport(see Oct 1 12:00 noon for price); (without passport). - 8:00: Milton Concert Presentations. An Evening at the Paps. Light classics and pop favourites. Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony; Daniel Warren, conductor. St. Paul's United Church, 123 Main St. E., Milton. 905-878- 4732. , (sr/st). - 8:00: Sanderson Centre. line T. A mix of music, dance and circus. Debra Brown, director. Sanderson Centre for the Performing Arts, BB Dalhousie St, Brantford. 519-758-8090, 800-265-0710. . Sunday October 02 - 11 :OOam: Shaw Festival. Sunday Coffee Concert. Members of the string quartet-in· residence & guests. Lobby, Festival Theatre, ':, , ... F'·,~-: ,. ... Wl~~~~ , ·.c:,, : . ·~ ' . Matthew Edison, narrator Elora Festival Singers Noel Edison, conductor A musical and narrative tribute to the man who was not only a composer, but whose faithful letters to family and friends are as compelling as his music. Saturday, October 22, 2005 St. John's Church, Elora, 8 p.m. Sunday, October 23, 2005 Trinity College Chapel, Toronto, 7 p.m. Tickets 519-846-0331 or 1-800-265-8977 i nfo@eloraf estiva I .com www.elorafestival.com .('1 tf'~; (, ,,,,., • · ,·~ 11 v{ 1 51\GERS 46 WWW. THEWHOLENOTE.COM Back to Ad Index 10 Queen's Parade, Niagara-on-the-Lake. 800-511 -7429. Free. - 2:30: Colours of Music. A Norwegian Kitchen Party. Robert Kortgaard, Peter Tiefenbach, piano; Monica Whicher, soprano; Erika Raum, violin. Central United Church, 54 Ross St. Barrie. 705-726-1134. Passport(see Oct 1 for price); (without passport). - 3:00: Sharon Temple. Harvest Festival. St. John's York Mills Handbell Choir, with over 50 handbells. Sharon Temple, 18974 Leslie St., Sharon. 905-478-2389. Free. - 7:00: Amis du Jazz. George Grossman Trio. Cheong Liu, bass; Drew Jurecka, violin. The Church at Sonya, 13 km north of Port Perry. 705-357-2468. . - 7:00: Sanderson Centre. Ray Lyell in Concert. 88 Dalhousie St., Brantford. 519-758- 8090. .50. - 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber Mu· sic Society. Gryphon Trio plays trios by Mozart and Rebecca Clarke. KWCMS Music Room, 57 Young St. W., Waterloo. 519-886- 1673. , (sr); (st). Monday October 03 - 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber Mu· sic Society. Gryphon Trio plays trios by Mozart and Frank Bridge. KWCMS Music Room, 57 Young St. W., Waterloo. 519-886-1673. , (sr); (st). Wednesday October 05 - 12:15: Centenary Mid-Day Concerts. Shawn Grenke, organ. Centenary United Church, 24 Main St. W., Hamilton. 905-522- 6843. Free. - 12:30: Conrad Grebel University College. Hector Vasquez, cello; Todd Yaniw, piano. Conrad Grebel Chapel, 140 Westmount Rd. N., Waterloo. 519-885-0220 ex 226. Free. - 2:00 & 7:00: Drayton Entertainment. Beauty & the Beast. Music by Alan Menken, lyrics by Howard Ashman & Tim Rice, directed by Alex Mustakas. St. Jacob's Country Playhouse, 40 Benjamin Road East, St. Jacob's. 888-449-4463. , (under 181. call for group rates. For complete run see music theatre listings. - 2:00 Sanderson Centre. Stardust Follies. Broadway-style song-dance and comedy review with numbers from the '20s to the present. John Dimon, director. Sanderson Centre for the Performing Arts, 88 Dalhousie St, Brantford. 519-758-8090, 800-265- 0710. .50 For complete run see music theatre listings. - 8:00: Kitchener Waterloo Symphony. The Grand Tour T 763- T 766 Part 1: Germany & the Netherlands. Music by Gluck, Jomelli, Stamitz & Mozart. Stephen Sitarski, violin; David Rose, viola; Charles Olivieri-Munroe, l 'ck0 ts ill 1',·e.lfth r ight fv1u ::i1- · r'l \.'atuloo, and Et C:f:tUci a'"'ld KPl:~,cir, '() :~ f 0\- ·_.r :; j~ C:1ml:.r"dgt.:, at th{: d.'J(l;" or c;, ,4., 06. :) guest conductor. First United Church, 16 William St. W., Waterloo. 800-265-8977. - . Thursday October 06 - 11 :OOam: McMaster University/City of Hamilton/American Liszt Society. Great Romantics Festival.· Piano Recital by Jane Solose. Schubert: Ungarische Melodien (arr. Liszt) Andante; Marcia; Allegretto; Liszt: Hungarian Rhapsody #13 in a; Liszt-Paganini: Study #6 in a. Convocation Hall, University Hall, 2nd floor, McMaster University, Hamil· ton. 905-525-9140 ext 23674. . - 2:00: McMaster University/City of Hamil· ton/American Liszt Society. Great Romantics Festival: Organ Recital by Ian Sadler. Including Liszt: Weinen, klagen, sorgen, zagen. Christ's Church Cathedral, 252 James St. N, Hamil· ton. 905-525-9140 ex23674. . - 3:00: McMaster University/City of Ham· ilton/American Liszt Society. Great Romantics Festival.· Lieder Recital. Clara Schumann: Sechs Lieder aus "Jucunde" von Hermann Rollett, op 23; Robert Schumann: Die Lotusblume; Fruhlingsnacht; Du bis! wie eine blume; Mondnacht; Schneeglockchen; Auftrage; Widmung. Janet Obermeyer, soprano; Leslie De' Ath, piano. Christ's Church Cathedral, 252 James St. N., Hamilton. 905-252-9140 ex 23674. . - 8:00: McMaster University/City of Hamilton/American Liszt Society. Great Romantics Festival: Hamilton Phi/harmonic Orchestra. Nielsen: Helios Overture op 17; Grieg: Piano Concerto in a, op 16; Sibelius: Sympho· ny #5 in E flat, op 82. Valerie Tryon, piano; Michael Reason, conductor. Great Hall, Hamil· ton Place, 1 Summers Lane, Hamilton. 905- 525-9140 ex23674. with Festival pass; -, -57(sr), (st), (up to end of high school). Friday October 07 - 11 :OOam: McMaster University/City of Hamilton/American Liszt Society. Great Romantics Festival.· Piano Duo Recital. Saint· Saens: Variations on a Theme of Beethoven op 35; Rachmaninov: Suite #1, op 5 (Fantaisie­ Tableaux). Elizabeth & Eugene Pridonoll, piano. Convocation Hall, University Hall, 2nd Floor, McMaster University, Hamilton. 905- 525-9140 ex23674. . - 3:00: McMaster University/City of Hamilton/American Liszt Society. Great Romantics Festival.· Piano Recital by Elena Koshelevskaya. Brahms: Sechs Clavierstucke op 118; Liszt: Spanish Rhapsody. Centenary Unit· ed Church, 24 Main St. W., Hamilton. 905- 525-9140 ex23674. . - 7:30: Perimeter Institute. Ursula Dppens in Concert. Music for piano by Debussy, Ives, Janacek, Ravel & Prokofiev. Mike Lazaridis FOUR BIRTHDAYS & TWO FUNERALS Celebrating famous anniversaries; Thoma :~ Tall is, (;iacomo Carissimi, MdtHice Gr· ~ .:nc , ranny Mc..:ndcl :~s ohn, Michael l ippett and iiobcrt f vans Saturday, Nov. 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Theatre of Ideas, 31 Caroline St. N., Waterloo. 519-883-4480. , (st). - 8:00: McMaster University/City of Hamilton/American Liszt Society. Great Romantics Festival· Piano Recital by Di Wu. Bach: Toccata inf sharp; Liszt: Funerailles (October 1849); Ravel: Gaspard de la Nuit (Ondine; Le Gibet; Scarbo); Scriabin: Sonata #7 (White Mass} op 64; Brahms: Studies on a theme of Paganini op 35 (Books I & II). Di Wu, piano. Convocation Hall, University Hall, 2nd Floor, McMaster University, Hamilton. 905·525· 9140 ex23674. . Saturday October 08 - 1 O:OOam: McMaster University/City of Hamilton/American Liszt Society. Great Romantics Festival· Duo Recital. Grieg: Sonata in a op 36; Strauss: Sonata in F op 6. Coenraad Bloemendal, cello; Valerie Tryon, piano. Centenary United Church, 24 Main St. W., Hamilton. 905-525-9140 ex23674. . - 2:30: McMaster University/City of Hamilton/American Liszt Society. Great Romantics Festival· Piano Gala: Tales from Did Vienna. Performers include Louis Nagel, Steven Spooner, Matthew Cameron, Elena Koshelevskaya, Alexandre Dossin, Nadejda Vlaeva, Kevin Sharpe and Di Wu; Alex Baran, host. Centenary United Church, 24 Main St. W., Hamilton. 905-525-9140 ex23674. . Sunday October 09 - 7:00: Amis du Jazz. John Capon, trom· bone; Jess Capon, drums; Dave Field, bass; Reg Schwager, guitar. The Church at Sonya, 13 km north of Port Perry. 705-357-2468. . Wednesda October 12 - 12: 15: Centenary Mid-Day Concerts. Glen Nowell, tenor. Centenary United Church, 24 Main St. W., Hamilton. 905-522-6843. Free. - 12:30: Conrad Grebel University College. Robert Maclaren, tenor; Mel Braun, baritone; Laura Loewen, piano. Conrad Grebel Chapel, 140 Westmount Rd. N., Waterloo. 519-885-0220 ex 226. Free. - 8:00: Kitchener Waterloo Symphony. Canadian Chamber Ensemble Series: Glorious Winds. First United Church, 16 William St. W., Waterloo. 800-265-8977. -. Thursda October 13 - 8:00: Kitchener Waterloo Symphony. Bending the Bows. With Frank Leahy, fiddle & Eduard Minevich, violin; Victor Sawa, conductor. River Run Centre, 35 Woolwich St., Guelph. 519- 763-3000. -. - 8:00: Sanderson Centre. A Day in His Life. Commemorating 25th anniversary of John Lennon's death. Tim Piper, vocalist; Working Class Hero band. Sanderson Centre for the Performing Arts, 88 Dalhousie St, Brantford. 519-758-8090, 800-265-0710. . Friday October 14 - 7:00: Chapters Kitchener. Adrian Raso, guitar. Latin, jazz, pop & gypsy music. John Cusinato, drums; Jason Raso, bass; Lore Bortolon, guitar. 135 Gateway Park Dr., Kitchener. 519-650-2553. Free. Cd sale proceeds to Children's Health Foundation of London. - 8:00: Kitchener Waterloo Symphony. Bending the Bows. With Frank Leahy, fiddle & F1aal,, Tonic Cabaret, Dinner & Silent Auction d SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12TH, 6:30 PM A joint fundraiser with The AIDS Network. We Will Remember Them \ The AIDS Network FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2ND, 8:oo PM / -----~- In partnership with The AIDS Network. Experience one of the most moving Choral works, "The Faure Requiem", as we remember those who have been affected by H[V/AIDS. With Massed Choir and Orchestra. Absolutely Opera J SATURDAY, FEBRUARY I8TH, 8:oo PM ,, An evening with Soprano Pippa Lock and Mezro-Soprano Margaret Bardos. Share an evening of great operatic arias and duets. Organ Dances with Organ and Orchestra SUNDAY, APRIL 30TH, 3:00 PM Featuring Chilcott's Organ Dances for Strings, Percussion and Organ. Organ Concerto by Denis Bedard. Eleanor Daley's Trinitas for Organ. Shawn Grenke, Organist • Norman Reintamm, Conductor Musical Explosion SATURDAY, JUNE l7TH, 8:oo PM Highlights from Broadway Musicals from past to present. Come enjoy an evening of musical delight with Soprano Pippa Lock and Mezzo-Soprano Margaret Bardos. With Guest Instrumentalists. fJ . NORMAN REINTAMM MARGARET BARDOS SHAWN GRENKE PIPPA LOCK Eduard Minevich, violin; Victor Sawa, conduc· tor. The Centre in the Square, 101 Queen St. N., Kitchener. 800-265-8977. -. - 8:00: Nota Bene Period Orchestra. Handel in Italy. Music by Handel, Corelli, Scarlatti & Caldara. Cynthia Hiebert, harpsichord; Renee Ellis, soprano; Linda Melsted, music director. Parkminster United Church, 275 Erb St. E., Waterloo. 519-884-8753. , (sr). Saturday October 15 - 7:00: Chapters Kitchener. Adrian Raso, guitar. 135 Gateway Park Dr., Kitchener. See Oct. 14. - 7:30: Perimeter Institute. Penderecki String Ouartet. With Kimberly Barber, mezzo. soprano. Mike Lazaridis Theatre of Ideas, 31 Caroline St. N., Waterloo. 519-883-4480. , (st). - 8:00: Barrie Concerts. The Hannaford Street Silver Band. Jens Lindemann, trumpet; Curtis Metcalf, conductor. Fisher Auditorium, 125 Dunlop St. W., Barrie. 705-728-1630, 705· 726-1181. Call for series ticket prices. - 8:00: Kitchener Waterloo Symphony. Bending the Bows. The Centre in the Square, 101 Queen St. N., Kitchener. See October 14. - 8:00: Nota Bene Period Orchestra. Handel in Italy. Music by Handel, Corelli, Scarlatti & Caldara. Cynthia Hiebert, harpsichord; Renee Ellis, soprano; Linda Melsted, music director. Guelph Youth Music Centre, 75 Cardigan St., Guelph. 519-884-8753. , (sr). - 8:00: Opera Ontario. Romeo et Juliette. By Charles Gounod. With Laura Whalen, John Bellemer, Alexander Dobson; Kelly Robinson, director. Great Hall, Hamilton Place, 1 Summers Lane, 905-526-6556, 800-575-1381. -, -(sr). For complete run see music theatre listings. Sunday October 16 - 2:30: Kitchener Waterloo Symphony. Rogues Gallery. Charles Olivieri-Munroe, conductor. The Centre in the Square, 101 Queen CONCERTS ... Further afield St. N., Kitchener. 800-265-8977. -. - 3:30: Fanshawe Chorus London. The Great Immigration. With the Gerald Fagan Singers, the Concert Players' Brass & Organ & guests. St. Peter's Basilica, 196 Dufferin Ave., London. 866-244-0762. , (sr), (st). - 7:00: Amis du Jazz. Lynn McDonald, vo· cals; Dave Restivo, piano; Jordan O'Connor, bass; Nick Fraser, drums. The Church at Sonya, 13 km north of Port Perry. 705-357- 2468. . Wednesday October 19 - 12: 15: Centenary Mid-Day Concerts. Paul Grimwood, organ. Centenary United Church, 24 Main St. W., Hamilton. 905-522· 6843. Free. - 8:00: Capitol Theatre. John McDermott in Concert. Capitol Theatre, 20 Queen St., Port Hope. 905-885-1071. . Thursday October 20 - 8:00: Lindsay Concert Foundation. Hannaford Street Silver Band. Academy Theatre, 2 Lindsay St., Lindsay. 705-878-5625. Call for ticket prices. Friday October 21 - 8:00: Milton Concert Presentations. Viva Vivaldi. A variety of works by Vivaldi. Kerry Stratton, conductor. St. Paul's United Church, 123 Main St.E., Milton. 905-878- 4732. , (sr/st). Saturday October 22 - 7:30: Canadian Orpheus Male Choir. Margaret Bardos, mezzo-soprano. Paris Presbyterian Church, 164 Grand River St. N. 519- 442-2842. , (sr/st). - 8:00. Georgetown Bach Chorale. Concert for Cello & Piano. Beethoven: Sonata, 'HAMILTON 'PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA Artistic DireclOr, Michael Reason 1o>t, ~ f,ovt; 06 IVLUMC, ... 1wf ~OW\, ~tt-! SUBSCRIBE NOW! 5 Pops or 5 Masteiworks ... besl deals ... best seats I MBox,Obbi.a 905.526.1156 (C()}JCOGl:CO ~'Y··""' :i>,.., ... , ,f,, ... ~ ..

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