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Volume 12 - Issue 5 - February 2007

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Thomas' s Anglican Church, 383 Huron St. 416-971-9229. ; (sr); (st).- 8:00: Harbourfront Centre NextStepslCOBA (Collective of Black Artists).DEEKAil·Roots Re-lived II. Audience favourites of Afri·can & Caribbean dance (Portrait · set to NinaSimone, Saraca · Yoruba celebration & thanksgivingritual, Primal Fete), addressing social themesrooted ih African history. Bakari E. Lindsay, CharmaineHeadley, artistic co-founders. PremiereDance Theatre, Queen's Quay Terminal, 207Queens Quay West. 416-973-4000. ,;-(srfst).- 8:00: Roy Thomson Hall. Peter, Paul &Mary.. 60s folk group gave voice to a social movementwith songs like Puff, the Magic Dragon,Blowin' in the Wind. 60 Simcoe St. 416-872-4255. .50-.50.- 8:00: The Music Gallery. Orchid Ensemble,with Jeng Yi. World Avant series; two takes onthe Asian music tradition; Orchid Ensemble: tradi·tional and contemporary Chinese music, worldmusic, new music, jazz, creative improvisation;Jeng Yi: Korean drum, dance and music ensembleperforming original compositions and danceworks and traditional pieces. Saint George theMartyr Church, 197 JohnSt.416-204-1080. regular; O(srlmember); $ 5(stlunderwaged).-8:00: The Rose Theatre. WAI 100%. Maorivocal harmonies with natural beats & rhythms(human breaths, insect & bird sounds), actionsounds (body slaps, foot stamping, hand clapping)and poi, the elaborate Maori body percussiontechnique, all complemented by conlerJ1lorary,funk, reggae, hip-hop & deep house grooves. 1Theatre lane, Brampton. 905-874-2800. -.- 8:00: Univox Choir Toronto. Musick, ttieMosaique of the Air. Works by Byrd, Victoria,Hovhannes, Mcferrin, Hogan & others. DallasBergen, director. Dovercourt Baptist Church,1140 Bloor. St. West. 416-697 -9561. ;free(TDSB(fCDSB st).- 9:00pm: Association of Improvising MusiciansToronto/Arraymusic. leftover DaylightSeries. Jazz & improvised music. Arraymu·sic Studio, Suite 218 (rear door), 60 Atlantic Ave.416-539-8752. - O(sliding scale).Saturday March 03- 1 O:OOam: Hannaford Youth Band. RisingStars. Festival of Brass, includes "HannafordIdol" competition. Hannaford Youth, Community& Junior Bands; Anita McAlister, Darryl Eaton,conductors. Jane Mallett Theatre, St. LawrenceCentre for the Arts, 27 Front St. East. 416-366-7723, 800-708-6754. ; (festivalpass).- 12:30: Hannaford Street Silver Band.Community Showcase II. Festival of Brass, part IIof 10 Showcase performances by communityBands from Ottawa to Niagara, including HannafordCup competition for best performance ofRimmer's Slaidbum March; to 6: 15. Jane MallettTheatre, St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts, 27Front St. East. 416-366-7723, 800-708-6754.; (festival pass).- 2:00 & 7:00: TSO. lemony Snicket's TheComposer-is Dead. Whodunit murder mystery foryoung and old, introducing the instruments of theorchestra (Canadian prerriere); written by OmHam (aka l.en1lny Sricket) who narrates, composedby Nathrill Stookey who hosts; excepts fromBeethov111, Mahler, SclUJert, BeiDL Peter Ound·jian, conductor. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe St.416-593-4828. -; ,(5-12).- 3:00 & 8:00: Singing OUT! Sequins andPlaid. Annual cabaret. Members of ,the chorus in avariety of solos & ensembles; Saphronne andMina, emcees. Auditorium, Metro CentralYMCA, 20 Grosvenor St. 416-564-8083. .&CnrmeoIn concert with text fromProsper Merimee's NovelCarmenMarch 3, 2007 at 8:00 p:m.Eglinton St. George's· United Church35 Lytton Boulevard, Torontofenturi119: Loralie Kirkpatrick,Bryan Estabrooks, Maria Knightand James JanzAdults Students/Seniors Swww.operabyrequest.caMusic at MetropolitanpresentsJean Langlais 1 OOth AnniversaryTwo LANGLAIS STUDENTS IN RECITAL:Thursday, Feb. 15 Noon at Met 12:15 (free) Patricia. Wright, organist, celebrates Langlais' birth anniversary. Thursday, March 1 Noon at Met 12:15 (free) PatriciaWright, organist, plays music from St. ClotildeFriday, March 2 7:30 p.m. Admission Marjorie· Bruce (organist from Scotland) plays music by Langlais,Franck, Vierne, and others- 3:30: Sinfonia Toronto. Winter Dreams.Vivaldi: Concerto for Two Violins and Cello in d;Coulthard: A Winter's Tale; Shostakovich: Quar·tel #11 (orchestral version); Mozart: Quintet in g,K.516 (Mvts 2 & 4; orchestral version). EtsukoKimura, Phoebe Tsang, violin; Rafael Hoekman,cello; Nurhan Arman, conductor. Walmer Centre,188 lowther Ave. 416-499-0403. $ 25; (sr);$12(stl16-29).- 7:00: The Music Gallery/Bummer in the.Summer. MV & EE, Jon-Rae & Friends, AllUnder Heaven. Pop Avant series; psychedelic Iblues I jam band; indie I country I rock, Jon-Rae &the River, Jon-Rae Fletcher, singerlsongwriter/leader; space blues, Marco Landini, director. SaintGeorge the Martyr Church, 197 John St. 416-204-1080. .- 7:30: Bach Children's Chorus/BachChamber Youth Choir.Freedom Trilogy Concert.Daley: Prayer for Peace; Halley: FreedomTrilogy; traditional African music & dancing.Guests: Tor onto Children's Chorus, Jean Ash·worth Bartle, conductor; Elmer lseler Singers,Lydia Adams, conductor; Stephen lewis, guestspeaker; Eleanor Daley, pianist; Linda Beaupre,conductor. Timothy Eaton Memorial Church, 230St. Clair Ave. West. 416-934-5039. . Proceedsto benefit The Stephen lewis Foundation.- 7:30: National Ballet of Canada. InternationalCompetition for the Erik Bruhn Prize. NationalB~ Orchestra 45 rrrues pior: Balet Talk.Four Seasons Centre for the Perforning Arts, 145Queen St. W. 416-345-9595. -0.- 7:30: Oakville Chamber Orchestra. 4mi·dable. Music of Beethoven, Bach, & Rossini. Cen·tral Baptist Church, 340 Rebecca St., Oakville.905-337 · 1083. $ 20; (sr/st); $ 5(under 12).- 7:30: Oshawa Durham Symphony Or·chestra. Magnificent Mahler. Mahler: Sympho·ny #5; Wagner: Tannhauser Overture. Guests:Kingston Symphony Orchestra, Glen Fast, musicdirector (Wagner); Marco Parisotto, music director(Mahler). George Weston Recital Hall, TorontoCentre for the Arts, 5040 Yonge St. 905-579-6711. .75; .75(st/ch).- 7:30: Sergei Stilmachenko. l 'amour a 3.Works by Tchaikovsky, Mahler & Poulenc. SergeiStilmachenko, baritone; Raisa Nakhmanovich,piano. T rinity·St. Paul's Centre, 427 Bloor St.West.416-766-6478. ; (st).- 8:00. Brampton Festival Singers/YouthChoir. Phantom of the Opera Cabaff!t Concert.Works by Uoyd Webber, Puccini & Bizet. GraceUnited Church, 156 Main St. N, Brampton. 905-789-8045. $ 20; (sr/st); $ 7 .50(under 12).- 8:00: Cathedral Bluffs Symphony Orchestra.Concert No. 4. Wagner: Siegfried Idyll;Stravinsky: Faeries' Kiss; Schubert: Symphony#8. Sabatino Vacca, conductor. Stephen LeacockCollegiate Institute, 2450 Birchmount Rd. 416-879-5566. ; (sr/st).- 8:00: City of Brampton Concert Band.40 WWW, THEWHOLENOTE.COM

Sax in the City. Guest: Tara Davidson, saxophone;Darryl Eaton, musical director. Rose Theatre, 1Theatre Lane, Brampton. 905·874·2800. ;(sr/st).- 8:00: Counterpoint CommunityOrchestra. Beethoven's Eroica. Beethoven:Symphony 113 (Eroica); Kro1T111er: Concerto forclarinet in E·flat, Op.36; Albinoni: Concerto for 2oboes. Robert Thorpe, clarinet; Hubert Brard,Scott Duffus, oboes; Terry Kowalczuk, musicdirector. Saint Luke's United Church, 353Sherbourne St. 416·654-9666. ; (adv).- 8:00: Hannaford Street Silver Band.New York Staff Band of the Salvation Army.Festival of Brass; Graham: Call of the Cossacks;T urrin: Eternal Song; Downie: Exaltate; & otherworks. Ronald Waiksnoris, director. Jane MallettTheatre, St. Lawrence Centre for the.Arts, 27Front St. East. 416·366· 7723, 800· 708·6754.; (sr); (festival pass).- 8:00: North York Concert Orchestra.Beethoven, Borodin & Mozart. Beethoven: FidelioOverture; Borodin: Symphony #2 in b; Mozart:Piano Concerto #23 in A. Jay Rosenfield, piano;David Bowser,'music director/conductor. Willow·dale United Church, 349 Kenneth Ave. 416·298·3553. ; (sr/st).- 8:00: Opera by Request. Bizet's Carmen.Concert version, Cof11Jlete except for choruses,piano accof11Janiment. Loralie Kirkpatrick, JamesThe Musicians In OrdinarySaturday March 3, 2007 at 8 pmseelistingsforM.arch3q:L i ,L'ingrato e Crudo Amore- Italian Songs of the Sixteenth Century -Music of Lasso, Verdelot, Cara,Tromboncino and others0uc'..-0c~c·~0·u·~EIHallie Fishel, SopranoJohn Edwards, Lutes·~-~~~onion Holl - 35 Hoz.e_1_1o_n_A_v_e_n_u_e _____ Tickets and The BACH CHILDREN'S CHORUSand the BACH CHAMBER. YOUTH CHOIRLinda Beaupre, Conductor • Eleanor Daley, Pianistwith THE TORONTO CHILDREN'S CHORUSand THE ELMER ISELER SINGERSand special guest, STEPHEN LEWISAN EVENING OF CANADIANCHORAL MUSIC & CANADIANART CREATl,ONWILLIAM BROWNltrlislic DimtorJAMES BOURNEPianistSaturday, March 3, 2007 at 7:30pmThe Bach Children's Chorus marks their 20th seasonwith an HIV/AIDS benefit concerfin support ofthe work of the Stephen Lewis Foundation.Timothy Eaton Memorial Church230 St. Clair Avenue West ·(west of Avenue Rd.)Tickets: Available by calling 416.934.5039torontdartabouncll...._......,.....,..... .,.., ..,......BACH~~~~ \Company in Residenceat the Toronto Centrefor the Artsbachorus.orgTho llodi ChiWrtn's Chonn, a""""" of Chalo Onlarlo, b gralllvl lor ~ndl"IncohMkomdioOnlarloAmC.UncilanddioloRnto.lmC.UncilSATURDAY. MARCH 3. 2007 · 8PMGrace Church on-the-Hill - 300 Lonsdale Road, TorontoTickets: !25.00 Regular . !20.00 Seniors ho.oo Students 'SPECIAL GUEST ARTIST)acquii )acovi, vlmal artistORIANA Women's Choir will bejoined by visual artist, Jacquie Jacobs,who will create original works of artwhile the choir sings.Contact ORIANA Women's Choir:2106-1055 Bay Street, Toronto, Ontario MsS 3A3Tel: 416-923-3123 Email: Web: www:oria, 't\? COMMUNITYTORONTONF.WStorontdartabounci I................-....................FEBRUARY l - MARCH 7 2007 WWW, THEWHOLENOTE.COM 41

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