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Volume 11 Issue 5 - February 2006

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aarnaaeus l!llcnoir LYDIA ADAMS, CONDUCTOR AND AATISTIC DIRECTOR A Celtic Celebration Amadeus Choir's Annual Gala Fundraiser Saturday March 4th, 7:30 p.m. Toronto Botanical Garden ( formerly Edwards Gardens) 777 Lawrence Ave. East (at Leslie) Please note new date and venue Pipers and singers and dancers - oh my! Enjoy a celebration of our Celtic roots, with the Choir's special guests Kettle's On, Highland dancers, and Mrs. Bridges' famous sweet treats. There will be an auction and lots of singing, of course! Tickets: Adult - Senior/ Student To order or for more information: 416-446-0188 to ront dart sbou n ci I An um'• l• ng th bo dy o l th l Cit y of Toro n1 o ··, "1 OKTAIIOMffCOUNCIL CONSDl.1)(5AJ:T1DlL'ONTAIIO Canada Council BfB Conseil des Arts for the Arts ~ du canada 857-2152. , (sr), $ lO(st). - 8:00: Oriana Women's Choir. Song of Sur· vival Vocal orchestra music from Song of Survival. Halley: Voices of Light; Freedom Trilogy; Della Joio: A Jubilant Song. Guests: Veronica Tennant, narrator/director; Andrew Parker, choreographer; Leslie Newman, flute; students from the National Ballet School. Grace Church on-the-Hill, 300 Lons· dale Rd. 416-923-3123. , (sr). $ lO(st). - 8:00: Sinfonia Mississauga. A Mozart Celebration. All Mozart program with premiere by Royer.Travels with Mozart (variations on the Magic Flute Theme). John Barnum, conductor. Living Arts Centre, 4141 Living Arts Dr., Missis- - 8:00: Counterpoint Community Orchestra. Suite on Mozart. Mozart: Symphony# 1, first movement; Symphony #25; Andante for Flute and Orchestra; Oueen of the Night ( The Magic Flute); Soave sia ii Vento (Cosi Fan Tutte); Finale from Act II of MarriageofFigaro;Overture from la Clemenza di Tito. Sine ad Sugrue, so· prano; Terry Kowalczuk, conductor. St. Luke 's United Church, 353 Sherboume St. 416-925- 9872 ex.2066. (advance), (door). - 8:00: Jubilate Singers. El Ultimo Cafe. Music from Cuba, Argentina & Montsalvatge: Tres Canciones Negras. Guests: Cassava. Eastminster United Church, ,l; 310 Danforth Ave. 905· Living r@ Arts Centre, Mississauga c , , Free Underground Parking ') < ')('Q';,J www.mississaugasymphony.com SSISSAUGA Jl 1Vtozan Cefe6ration Saturday, March 4, 2006 8PM Commemorating the 250 1 h anniversary of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's birth. Mozart: Clarinet Concerto in A Mozart: Symphony No.22 in C Major Mozart: Symphony No.35 UHaffner'' Mozart: The Marriage of Figaro (Overture) Royer: Travels with Mozart (Variations on the Magic Flute Theme) Sinfonia Mississauga John Barnum, Music Director & Conductor PATH EON 1[~,..,n ~Hll( .,,.~~ ~""fo.' ln~111,,11,,· ..... , ..... - .. ..c. lali= Cathedral Bluffs Robert Raines Principal Co~ductor THE@ fl ;/ (fJY@@&~fl@ SINGERS Today's Trombone I I, I· Ewazen's Concerto for Tenor Trombone 1 1.· · \, ·, ··:·.·:~.'. James Lebens, soloist . Also on the program: I · ·: · · :, ,. · • · Wagner's Rienzi Overture and l):"· ·.. 'J.·. .. Dvorak 's Symphony No. 8 i '. ': • ;~·. . •. ~ ...: \ -... ~ .;'~ . ,, ... ', _... \ ~. i' • ' f .• :\ •' . ' . ·.· 'i ·. ,' . . \}·,' ·:\/··. ::. .-· · tbrontdartsbouncil '.~ · · . ) • : ' ~ , \ An a,,rn is length bod y 01 lhe C ,ty of To, on l o For details, see listings for March 4 Saturday, March 4, 2006 - 8: OOpm Eastminster United Church 310 Danforth Avenue (Chester subway) (regular) I (senior) I (student) Tickets/info: 905-857-2152 . THI: 0 N TAlll'IO v". LA ,.ONCATIQN 1' 1flLLll,OC .. • ,,: T•ILLIUM J."OUNl)ATION .~ ' DC l.'011TAMl0 torontoa rt s:::ou n ci I .\ r "' 'I' • ~ ·~ ' ' t., \.~ '·'' ''• • {; '·, :.,' ·., . .,.,L, ·. ·~: ! ; ,' ' ,, . :· \_ ~ . 44 WWW. TH EWHOLENOTE.COM FEBR UARY 1 - M ARC H 7 2006

sauga. 905-306-6000. .50-.50. - 8:00: Sinfonia Toronto. Burge: Flanders Field Reflections (world premiere); Hatzis: Love Among the Ruins; Vivaldi: Marimba Concerto, arr. Johnston; Tchaikovsky: String Quartet# 1, arr. Arman. Beverley Johnston, percussion; Nurhan Arman, conductor. Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front St. W. 416-205-5555. , (sr), (st). - 8:00: Toronto Consort. Jephte. Trinity-St. Paul's Centre. See March 3. - 8:00: Toronto Mendelssohn Youth Choir. Psalms & Spirituals. Lynn Janes, conductor. Christ Church Deer Park, 1570 Yonge St. 416- 598-0422. ; (sr/st). Sunday March 05 - 1 :30: CAMMAC/McMichael Art Gallery. Sunday Concert Series. Richard Whiteman Trio. 10365 Islington Ave., Kleinburg. 905-893-1121. Admission with gallery price: , (sr/st), (family). - 2:00: Oakville Chamber Orchestra. Af- fairs of the Heart. Mozetich: Affairs of the Heart; Beethoven: Romances #1 Op.40; #2 Op.50; Han· son: Nymphs & Satyr Ballet Suite; Gluck: Orfeo (Overture & Ballet). Guests: Arpad Josephson & David Rehner; Stephane Potvin, music director. St. Simon's Church, 1450 Litchfield Rd., Oakville. 905-337-1083. , (sr/st), (under 12). - 2:00: Off Centre Music Salon.Russian Salon: Kirov Meets Off Centre. Collaboration with the Mariinsky (Kirov) Theatre. Viktor Kulik, clarinet; Inna Perkis, Boris Zarankin, pianos. Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front St. W. 416-466-1870. , (sr/st). - 2:00: Roy Thomson Hall. Measha Brueggergosman, soprano. Roger Vignoles, piano. 60 Simcoe Street. 416-872-4255. -$ 75. - 2:00: Toronto Parks & Recreation Sunday Concert Series. Scarborough Music Lovers' Orchestra. Scarborough Civic Centre, 150 Borough Dr. 416-396-7398. Free. - 3:00: Markham Concert Band. The Tunes Keep Popping. Irvine: Hannaford Overture; Fania- sia Nova, Evita, & other music. Doug Manning, music director. Markham Theatre, 171 Towne Centre Blvd, Markham. 905-305-7469. ; (sr/ch). - 3:00: Syrinx. Sunday Salon. Music by Piazzolla, Gellman & Chausson. Musica Camerata. Heliconian Hall, 35 Hazelton Ave. 416-654- 0877. , (st). -4:00: Toronto Classical Singers. With The Talisker Players and guest soloists. Gounod: Messe Solennelle (St. Cecilia); Faure: Requiem. Jurgen Petrenko, artistic director. 1570 Yonge St. 416-443-1490. , (sr), (st). - 6:00: Canadian Meditation Centres. Music & Mantras. Supersprouts. See Feb. 5. - 8:00: Arabesque Dance Company Orchestra. Layali Arabesque. See Feb. 5. Monday March 06 - 7:30: Associates of the TSO. Five Small Concerts Series: Chamber Music Groups from the Toronto Symphony Youth Orchestra. Trinity­ St. Paul's United Church, 427 Bloor St. W. 416- 221-8342. , (sr/st).Seeadnextpage. - 8:00: Hummingbird Centre. Harlem Gospel Choir. 1 Front St. E. 416-872-2262. - . - 9:00: Toronto Downtown Jazz Festival. Cubanismo. Opera House, 735 Queen St. E. 416· 870-8000. (advance); (door). Tuesday March 07 - 8:00: Music Toronto. Gryphon Trio. Mozart: Trio in B-flat, K.502; Freedman: A Gift for King Freddie; Schubert, Trio #2 in E-flat Op.100, D. William Brown Artistic Director Veronica Tennant C.C Narrator and Direr tor SPECIAL GUEST ARTISTS Andrew Parker Choreographer James Bourne Pianist Leslie Newman Flautist and Students from Canada's National Ballet School Vocal Orchestra Music from Song of Survival Voices of Light - Paul Halley Saturday, March 4, 2006 - 8:00 pm Grace Church on-the-Hill, 300 Lonsdale Road, Toronto Tickets: Regular Seniors Students Contact Us 2106- 1055 Bay St., Toronto, ON M5S 3A3 T 416.923.3123 E info@orianachoir.com W www.orianachoir.com Sunday, March 5, 2006 at 2pm Russian Salon: Kirov meets Off Centre Our fruitful collaboration with the Mariinsky (Kirov) Theatre continues! Clarinet virtuoso Viktor Kulik and two exciting young Russian opera stars join pianists Inna Perkis and Boris Zarankin in a triple-debut with Off Centre. This concert is produced in collaboration with Valery Gergiev, General and Artistic Director of the Mariinsky (Kirov) Theatre in St. Petersburg, Russia and Honourary Patron of the Off Centre Music Salon. Sunday, April 2, 2006 at 2pm Doctors and Music II: "We've got Rhythm" What kind of music does your heart make? Literally. Join baritone Giles Tomkins, pianists Inna Perkis and Boris Zarankin, and percussionists John Rudolph and Ed Reifel, in an unusual (and exciting!) season finale devoted to the relationship between music and the human heartbeat. A dance through life's various rhythms including those of Bart6k's Sonata for Two Pianos and Percussion, as well as those of Handel, Gershwin, Stravinsky and Milhaud. You are cardio-lly invited . --- Come and enjoy the intimacy of a 19th Century Salon with our "special blend" of music, poetry and pastry. www.offcentremusic.com a1fe ,. _... ,.. ~ 1,. to ro n tea rts~o u nci I Music Camerata performs music by Piazolla, Gellman, & Chausson WWW.THEWHOLENOTE,COM 45

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