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Volume 12 - Issue 2 - October 2006

  • Text
  • Toronto
  • October
  • Theatre
  • Choir
  • Concerts
  • Jazz
  • Choral
  • Arts
  • Singers
  • Symphony

... CONCERTS: Toronto

... CONCERTS: Toronto and nearby son Building, 80 Queen's Park. 416-978·- 12:00 noon: CBC Radio.Music AroundUs New Generation Series: Borys Medicky,harpsichord and organ. Music of 17th-centuryGermany and Italy, including works by Cesti,Muff at, Matteis, & Strozzi. With Lucas Har·ris, theorbo/guitar; Katherine Hill, soprano;Christopher Verrette, Baroque violin; KeithHorner, host. Glenn Gould Studio, 250 FrontSt. West. 416-205-5555. Free.-12:10: University of Toronto Facultyof Music. Thursdays at Noon: Music & Poet·ry. The Exquisite Hour: Faure's & Verlaine's laBonne Chanson. Karim Sulayman, tenor; Cam·eron Stowe, piano; Eric Domville, speaker.Walter Hall, Edward Johnson Building, 80Queen's Park. 416-978-3744. Free.-12:15: Metropolitan United Church.Noon at Met Organ Recital.- Oavid Rosevear.56 Queen St. East. 416-363-0331 x51. Free.-12:15: MusicOnTheHilLMusicforMuses. Kristine Dandavino, soprano; MarianneTurner, piano; Joanne Averill-Rocha, flute;Kristen Theriault, harp. St. John's York MillsAnglican Church, 19 Don Ridge Dr. 416-225-6611.Free.- 12:30: Christ Church Deer Park AnglicanChurch. Noonday Chamber Music. Schumann:Dichterliebe. Jason Lamont, tenor;Helena Bowkun, piano. 1570 Yonge Street.416-920-5211. Collection.- 2:00: Northern District Library. VocalRecital.· In Celebration of Mozart. Opera arias,motets & songs. Barbara Fris, soprano; LindaMarcinkus, mezzo-soprano; Herb Brown, bari·tone; Jane Blackstone, piano. 40 OrchardView Blvd. 416-393-7610. Free.- 6:00: Gladstone Hotel. SistersofSheyn·ville. Yiddish Swing/Klezmer. Gladstone HotelMelody Bar, 1214 Queen St. West. 416-588-9227. PWYC.- 8:00: Arraymusic/Harbourlront CentreTheatre/National Arts Centre. TheWrong Son. By Allen Cole, music director BobStevenson, director of theatrical version PeterHinton; noir drama/whodunit, concert with fulljazz-noir-new-music score performed by ArraymusicEnsemble. Harbourfront Centre The·atre, Harbourfront Centre, 231 Queens QuayWest. 416-973-4000. ; O(sr); (st).For complete run see music theatre listings.- 8:00: Civic Light Opera Company. On aClear Oay You Can See Forever. Book & lyricsby Alan Jay Lerner, music by Burton Lane;first Toronto production. Ashley Gibson, per·former; Joe Cascone, performer/artistic director.Fairview Library Theatre, 35 FairviewMall Dr. 416-755-1717. (Fri/Sat/Sun);.50(Wed/Thu). For complete run see musictheatre listings.- 8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra.Slatkin Conducts. Schubert: Rosamunde Over·ture; Higdon: Percussion Concerto (Canadianpremiere); Shostakovich: Symphony #5. ColinCurrie, percussion; Leonard Slatkin, conductor.Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe St. 416-593-4828. -7.- 8:30: Hugh's Room .Jenny Whiteley. Sing·er-songwriter, with songs capturing real lifeexperiences. 2261 Dundas St. West. 416-531-6604. ; (adv).- 9:00pm: Lula Lounge. Gord Sheard, CrucibleCO Release. Composer/pianist mixes jazz,R&B, Brazilian, Latin & other global sounds.1585 Dundas St. West. 416-588-0307. O;(st); (with CD).Friday October 13- 7:30: Church of St. Bride. Ring Out theSound! Inaugural concert on new organ. WilliamMaddox, organ. 1516 Clarkson Rd. North,Mississauga. 905-822-0422. ; (for2).- 7:30: University of Toronto Faculty ofMusic. U of T Symphony Orchestra. Ravel:Rapsodie Espagnole; Martin: Ballade for fluteand orchestra; Debussy: Rhapsody for clarinetand orchestra; Franck: Symphony ind. EstherChoi, flute; Cecilia Kang, clarinet; University ofToronto Symphony Orchestra; Raffi Armenian,conductor. MacMillan Theatre, Edward John-3744. ; (sr/st).- 8:00: Kiyoshi Nagata Ensemble. SacredTree.21st Century interpretations of tradition·al Japanese taiko drumming, with variousadditional instruments. Aki Takahashi, director.Al Green Theatre, Miles Nadal JewishCommunity Centre, 750 Spadina Ave. 416·978-8849. ; (sr/st with 10).- 8:00:Lula Lounge/Gary Topp. Badi Assad& Maraca tu Nunca Antes. Brazilian gui·tarist & drumming ensemble. 1585 DundasSt. West.416-588-0307. ; (adv).- 8:00: New Adventures in Sound Art.SOUNOplay performance weekend All ·16mmband Wetgate, plus excerpt from Metropoliswith live performance of accompanied scoreby David Ogborn; see Announcements, etc. forrelated events. Wet gate: Peter Conheim, Ste·ve Dye & Owen O'Toole; Metropolis: ParmelaAttariwala, Scott Good, Kristin Mueller·Hea·slip, performers. Latvian House, 491 CollegeSt. 416-910-7231. ; (st/Please Domemembers).- 8:00: Roy Thomson Hall. Women's lives,loves and losses. Adrianne Pieczonka, so·prano. Works by Schubert, Strauss, Weill &others. 60 Simcoe St. 416-872-4255. ·.- 8:00: Tafelmusik. Choral Spectacular: TheTafelmusik Chamber Choir Turns 25 Vivaldi:Gloria, RV.589; Bach: Gloria in excelsis Dea,BWV.191; Mondonville: Dominus Regnavit.lvars Taurins, conductor. George Weston RecitalHall, 5040 Yonge St. 416-872- 1111.-; (18-30 B/C seating only).- 8:00:Toronto Downtown Jazz/EmergeEntertainment. Dave Holland Ouintet in ConcertChris Potter, saxophone; Robin Eubanks,trombone; Steve Nelson, vibes; Nate Smith,drums; Dave Holland, bass/composer/leader.The Music Hall, 14 7Danforth Ave. 416·870-8000. ,.50.- 8:30: Hugh's Room. Earl "Chinna" Smithwith Kiddus I/Willi Williams, Jason Wilson &Tabarruk. A reggae extravaganza. 2261 Dun·das St. West. 416-531 -6604. D; (adv).- 9:00pm: Association of ImprovisingMusicians Toronto/Arraymusic. leftoverDaylight Series. Jazz & improvised music.Array music Studio, Suite 218 (enter at reardoor), 60 Atlantic Ave. 416-539-8752. · O(sliding scale).Saturday October 14- 2:00: ACM. ARC (Artists of The RoyalConservatory): Music in Exile. Hartmann:String Quartet #1 (Carillon); Kaminski: Quartetfor clarinet, viola, cello & piano; Braunfels:String Quintet in !·sharp, Op.63. ARC members: Erika Raum, Felicia Moye, violin; StevenDann, viola; Bryan Epperson, Peter Cosbey,cello; Joaquin Valdepeiias, clarinet; DavidLouie, piano; Simon Wynberg, artistic director.Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front St. West. 416·205-5555. ; (sr/st).- 2:00 & 7:00: The Rose Theatre/MayhemPoets. And let Our Voices Sing. Fourwordsmiths use hip-hop rhyme schemes &dynamic theatrical techniques to entertain andinform, incorporating social issues from thecivil rights movement, highlighting the life &achievements of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., &demonstrating the power of peace. 1 TheatreLane, Brampton. 905-874-2800. -.- 7:30: Deer Park Concerts.Samuel Kummer,Organ in Concert. Great organ works(Buxtehude, Bach, Mozart, Vivaldi, Durufle)plus improvisations based on themes from theaudience. Deer Park United Church, 129 St.Clair Ave. West. 416-571-3680. .- 7:30: Heliconian Hall An Evening ofSongs. Musical journey through Opera, Jazz &Broadway. Christine Chan, Abigail Freeman,Barbara Goldman, sopranos; Carson Freeman,saxophone; Stevie Gee, guitar/vocals; CeciliaSong, piano. Heliconian Hall, 35 Hazelton Ave.416-272-6729. .- 7:30: Metropolitan Silver Band. MSBin Concert. Fran Harvey, conductor. PickeringVillage United Church, 300 Church St. North,Ajax. 416-864-5551. Offering.- 7:30: University of Toronto Faculty ofMusic. Wind & Band Series. Bells: Fanfares,Music at the Anglican Cathedral• Odober 11-21 •All Are Welcome •Free admission or donation"LET ALL THE WORLD IN EVERY CORNER SING"A Hymn Festival to open ArtsWeek06Wednesday, October 11, 2006 at 8 pm in the CathedralTRILLIUM BRASS, ORGAN, MASSED CATHEDRAL CHOIRS,SPECIAL GUEST COMMENTATOR & YOUTWILIGHT RECITALFESTIVAL CHORAL EVENSONGSunday, October 15, 2006 4 pm in the CathedralCATHEDRAL CHOIR OF MEN AND BOYS AND THE ST JAMES SINGERSDIRECTOR OF MUSIC MICHAEL BLOSS: FRANCK's GRANDE PIECE SYMPHONIQUETAIZE WORSHIP • SEEKING THE FACE OF GODFriday, October 20, 2006 at 7 pm in the Cathedral34Back to Ad IndexFREE HALF-HOUR CONCERTS I RECITALS EVERY WEEKMusic at Midday Series - Tuesdays at 1 pmTwilight Recital Series - Sundays at 4 pmThe Cathedral Church of St. JamesKing & Church, Toronto • 416-364-7865 • www.stjamescathedral.on.caWWW, THEWHOLE NOTE ,(QM O CTOBE R 1 - NOVEMB ER 7 2006

Marches & Dances by Mac Dougal, Coakley,Leemans & Ellerby. Symphonic Winds, Jef·trey Reynolds, conductor. MacMillan Theatre,Edward Johnson Building, 80 Queen's Park.416·978·3744. ; (sr/st).- 7:30: Walmer Rd. Baptist Church. To·ronto Police Association Male Chorus. 30voices, music from sacred to Broadway, popu·lar & inspirational, from What Would I DoWithout My Music? to You Raise Me Up,medleys from Paint Your Wagon, That GoodDid Country Music. 188 Lowther Ave. 416·924· 1121..- 8:00: Kiyoshi Nagata Ensemble. SacredTree. Al Green Theatre, Miles Nadal JewishCommunity Centre. See Oct 13.- 8:00: Mississauga Symphony. AdrianAnantawan, violin in Concert. Tchaikovsky:Capriccio ltalien, Op.45; Hovhaness: Sympho·ny #2 (Mysterious Mountain); Brahms: ViolinConcerto. John Barnum, conductor. Hammer·son Hall, Living Arts Centre, 4141 Living ArtsDr., Mississauga. 905·306·6000, 888·805·8888. ,.- 8:00: New Adventures in Sound Art.SOUNOplay performance weekend. MichaelSnow and John Kamevaar ("We are going tosound flicker"·MSI plus works by Louis Dufortand the band Phh! K with special guest mediaartist Don Sinclair; see Announcements, etc.for related events. Latvian House, 491 CollegeSt. 416·91Q.7231. ; Dist/Please Domemembers).- 8:00: Royal Conservatory of Music.ARC (Artists of The Royal Conservatory): Mu·sic in Exile. Weill: Mahagonny Song spiel;Neikrug: Through Roses (music·drama for ac·tor & eight soloists; Canadian premiere). ARCmembers; students of the Glenn Gould School(Mahagonny: Grace Hwang, soprano; OlenkaSlywynska, mezzo-soprano; Cory Knight, Sal·vatore Gambino, tenor; Jan Vaculik, bass·baritone;Raymond Accolas, bass; Alain Trudel,conductor; Through Roses: violin, viola, cello,flute, oboe, clarinet, percussion, piano; SaulRubinek, actor; Marc Neikrug, conductor; Si·mon Wynberg, artistic director). Glenn GouldStudio, 250 Front St. West. 416·205-5555.; (sr/st).- 8:00: Serbian Consulate. Who Is SingingOver There? Twenty-four hours on a bus in1941 Yugoslavia, from the Ousan Kovacevicfilm of the same name, directed by SlobodanSijan. Ballet Corps of the National Theatre ofBelgrade; Vojislav Voki Kostic; music; StasaZurovac, choreographer/director. Elgin Theatre,189 Yonge Street. 4 l 6·872-5555. .- 8:00: Studio Sixteen. Stemmen vanVlaanderen: Flanders Focus. 8 & 12-voicewo rks by Brumel, Lass us, Josquin, Philips.Kevin Komisaruk, director. The Church of St.Mary Magdalene, 477 Manning Avenue. 416·559·2586. ; (sr/st).-8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Slatkin Conducts. Roy Thomson Hall. See Oct 12.- 8:30: Hugh's Room. Eric Andersen. Singer/songwriter/guitarist,with 21 albums oforiginal songs. 2261 Dundas St. West. 416-531 ·6604. ; (adv).- 9:00pm: Anima Fado. Voices off ado.Fado, with roots in African slave music, is thehauntingly beautiful music of urban Portugal.Tony Camara, Tony Gouveia, Fado singers;Anima Fado: Nuno Cristo, Portuguese guitar(twelve string cittern); Larry Lewis, classicalguitar; Pedro Joel, double bass. CervejariaDowntown, 842 College St. 416-588-0162..i). 'ffiffi/1 llllJllJ

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