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Volume 11 Issue 6 - March 2006

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nSinfqnia 1oronlo NURHAN ARMAN MUSIC DIRECTOR ~Iorollio's PremieL.Chamtler_ ~chestra 2006-2007 Masterpiece Series Dedicated to our fragile environment Saturdays, 8 pm, Grace Church-on-the-Hill, 300 Lonsdale Road Oct 7, 2006 BEETHOVEN'S WORLD Richard Raymond, Pianist Chan Ka Nin's shimmering portrait of our coasts and forests opens a vista filled by earthy Russian wit t and Beethoven's magisterial vision of life in a vast universe. CHAN KA-NIN The Land Beautiful BEETHOVEN Piano Concerto No. 2 SHOSTAKOVICH Quartet No. 1 orchestral version BEETHOVEN Grosse Fugue AUTUMN COLOURS Nov 18, 2006 Jesus Amigo, Conductor I Etsuko Kimura, Violinist I Angela Park, Pianist Two superb soloists intertwine lyrical lines by a French master, a Canadian paints an imaginary world, and Mozart's last chamber score reveals him at his most mature and profound . CHAUSSON Concerto for Violin and Piano HARRY FREEDMAN Fantasy and Allegro MOZART Quintet in E flat major, orchestral version Dec 9, 2006 CHRISTMAS FANCIES Floortje Gerritsen, Violinist / Ballet Espressivo, Donna Greenberg, Choreographer Corelli's best-loved work opens a concert with gifts for all -- Mozart's silvery violin, a playful scherzo, the Gallant Knight's adventures brought to life in a vivid ballet, and favourite carols. CORELLI Christmas Concerto MOZART Violin Concerto No. 2 ANDRE PREVOST Scherzo TELEMANN Don Quixote Suite GADE Children's Christmas Eve FEBRUARY HEATWAVE Feb 3, 2007 Giancarlo De Lorenzo, Conductor I Antonio di Cristofano, Pianist Romance to melt midwinter's chill. .. a poem inspired by Yeats, the bard of Ireland's green hills; Chopin's poignant brilliance; and a dazzling serenade from fin-de-siecle Vienna. HEALEY WILLAN Poem CHOPIN Piano Concerto No. 2 FUCHS Serenade March 10, 2007 WINTER DREAMS Julian Milkis, Clarinetist Wood turns to gold as an international virtuoso breathes Brahms' soaring melodies, above a sparkling frozen landscape and the fleeting fantasies of Shostakovich's seven dramatic miniatures. BRAHMS Clarinet Quintet JEAN COULTHARD A Winter's Tale SHOSTAKOVICH Quartet No. 11 orchestral version SPRING SONGS April 14, 2007 Rui Massena, Conductor I Mario Carbotta, Flutist A transcendent prayer, Conway Baker's lyrical conversation in music, Italian arias sung by the gleaming bel canto flute, and Beethoven's vigorous serenade to life. LISZT Angelus! (Prayer to Guardian Angels) MICHAEL CONWAY BAKER Flute Concerto MERCADANTE Flute Concerto in E Minor BEETHOVEN Serenade Mays, 2007 SUNSHINE Aline Kutan, Soprano Musical rays glow through Cherney's mystical work, glance between the clouds in Britten's settings of poems by Rimbaud, then burst forth in the full-bodied glory of Dvorak's joyous folk celebration. BRIAN CHERNEY Illuminations BRIDEN Les illuminations • < -· ~·f.it, DVORAK Sextet, orchestral version '14',' ~ '' i1:. ~t(' ~x ·--=- Series: 9 adult, 9 senior, student & 14-29 www.sinfoniatoronto.com 416-499-0403

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