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Volume 12 - Issue 5 - February 2007

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Canadian roots music

Canadian roots music from Cape Breton. Guest:Seth Lakeman. RBC Theatre at the John LabattCentre, 99 Dundas St., London. B66·455·2B49..25.:.... 7:30: ChamberWORKS. Noblesse Oblige.Beethoven: String Quartet in F. Op.59/1(Rasumovsky); Trio #7 for violin, cello & piano inB·flat, Op.97 (Archduke). Dofasco Centre for theArts, Theatre Aquarius, 190 King William St.,Hamilton. 905·522·7529, B00-465·7529.· ,; ,(65 + ); (st, at door with ID).- 8:00: Kitchener·Waterloo Chamber Mu·sic Society. love and Sax: Oances, Romances,and Jazz Tunes for Sax & Piano. Half classics(Schumann, Jolivet, Piazzolla, & others), halfjazz. old & new. Daniel Rubinoff. saxophones;Diena Klyucharova, classical piano; AndriyTykhonov, jazz piano. KWCMS Music Room, 57Young St. West, Waterloo. 519-BB6-1673.; (sr); (st).Monday February 05- B:OO: Centre In The Square. The RankinFamily: Together Again. Celtic Canadian rootsmusic from Cape Breton. Guest: Seth Lakeman.101 Queen St. North, Kitchener. 519·57B·1570, B00-265-B977. .75.Tuesday February 06- 12:00 noon: Wilfrid Laurier UniversityFaculty of Music. Music at Noon. New ArtQuartet: Carol Bauman, David Campion, percus·sion; Terry Kraetsch, piano; Beth Ann de Sousa,piano. Maureen Forrester Recital Hall, 75 UniversityAve. West, Waterloo. 519-BB4-0710x2150. Free.- 8:00: Hamilton Place. The Rankin Family:Together Again. Celtic Canadian roots music fromCape Breton. Guest: Seth Lakeman. 1 SummersLane, Hamilton. 905·546-4040. .50.- B:OO: Kitchener-Waterloo SymphonyHosts. Tafelmusikon Tour. Music·ofDowland,Handel, lully, Vivaldi & Bach. Blair.Williams,narrator; Jeanne Lamon, director. First UnitedChurch, 16 William St. West, Waterloo. 519·57B· 1570, 809·265-B977. ,Wednesday February 07- 12:30: Noon Hour Concert Series, Con·rad Grebel University College. Cello Sonatasby Myaskovsky & Enns. Ben Bolt-Martin,cello; Kathryn Tremills, piano. Conrad GrebelUniversity College Chapel, University of Waterloo,140 Westmount Rd. North, Waterloo. 519·8B5-0220 x24226. Free.·- B:OO: Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony.Signature Series in Guelph. Koprowski: AncestralVoices; Chopin: Piano Concerto #2; Sibelius: Symphony#5. Todd Yaniw, piano; Alastair Willis,conductor. 6:45: pre·concert talk with Jet tenKortenaar. Main Stage, River Run Centre, 35Woolwich St., Guelph. 519· 763·3000, BOO·520-240B. -; (12 & under, rush allstudents!; $ 5(eyeGO).- B:OO: Orchestra London. The Grieg. Ryan:. Pangeas; Grieg: Piano Concerto in a; Sibelius:Symphony #5. Janina Fialkowska, piano; KennethHsieh, conductor. Forest City Community Church,3725 Bostwick Rd., London: 519-679-B77B.-B; -(sr).- B:OO: Wilfrid Laurier University Facultyof Music. New Music Concert. Maureen For·1rester Recital Hall, 75 University Ave. West,. Waterloo. 519-BB4-0710 x2150. Free.46Thursday February OB- 12:30: University of Western Ontario.Choral Series: Roots and Wings. von Kuster Hall,Music Building, UWO, London. See Feb 1.- 7:30: Quinte Symphony Hosts. TafelmusikBaroque Orchestra. Music of Dowland, Purcell,Handel, Lully, Vivaldi, Corelli, Leo, Bach, Tele·mann, Rameau. Blair Williams, actor/narrator;Jeanne Lamon, director. Bridge Street UnitedChurch, 60 Bridge St. East, Belleville. 613·395-0444. ; (Masterworks subscribers);(st6-24).- B:OO: Orchestra London. The Grieg. ForestCity Community Church, London. See Feb 7.Friday February 09- 12:30: University of Western Ontario.12:30 Fridays. Bass Impact: music for bass clari·nets. Kathryn Ladano & Tiiiy Kooyman, bass clarinets.von Kustllr Hall, Music Building, UWO,London. 519-661:3767. Free.- 7:00: Lindsay Concert Foundation. TafelmusikBaroque Orchestra. Music of Dowland,Purcell, Handel, Lully, Vivaldi, Corelli, Leo, Bach,Telemann, Rameau. Blair Williams, actor/narra·tor; Jeanne Lamon, director. Academy Theatre, 2Lindsay St. South, Lindsay. 705-324·9111,B77-BBB-003B. ; (youth).- 7:30: Queen's University School of Music.A Night in Vienna. Gala fundraiser with Vien·nese music, song & dance. Vocal students &faculty; Queen's Symphony Orchestra, GordonCraig, director; Bruce Kelly, producer. 7:00: Reception.Grant Hall, 43 University Ave., Queen'sUniversity, Kingston. 61 J.533·255B.(main floor, reception with food); !balcony,no food). Proceeds for purchase of studentinstruments. ·- B:OO: Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony.Signf!lure Senes. Koprowski: Ancestral Voices;Chopin: Piano Concerto #2; Sibelius: Sy1111hony#5. Todd Yaniw, piano; Alastair Willis, conductor.6:45: pre-concert talk with Thomas Kay. CentreIn The Square, 101 Queen St. North, Kitchener.519·57B-1570, B00-265-B977. -;(12 & under, rush all students); (eyeGO).- B:OO: Musica St. James. Ryan Phelps, piano& Lydia Munchinsky, cello in Concert. Works bySchubert, Prokofiev, Rachmaninoff, Paganini. St.James Anglican, 137 Melville St., Dundas. 905·627-1424. ; (st).- B:OO: University of Western Ontario.UWOpera: Suor Angelica & Gianni Schicchi. Twoof Puccini's one act operas from II T rittico. TheodoreBaerg, director. Talbot Theatre, Talbot Col·lege, UWO, London. 519-661-3767. ;(sr/st). For complete run see music theatrelistings.Saturday February 10- 2:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony.KWS Youth Orchestra. Centre In The Square,101 Queen St. North, Kitchener. 519-57B·1570, B00·265-B977. ; $12(sr); (12 &under, rush all students); (eyeGO):- 7:30: Perimeter Institute Event HorizonsSeason. Nadja Salerno.Sonnenberg, violin inConcert. S. Assad: Gypsy Songs; Bach (arr S.Assad):' Sonata in E, BWV .1016; Piazzolla (arr S.Assad): Two Argentinian Tangos; Ginastera (arrS. Assad): Danzas Argentines; Chaplin (arr S.Assad): Medley; C. Assad: Three Sketches; Bar·tok (arr S. Assad): Rumanian Folk Dances •Guests: Sergio & Odair Assad, guitars. MikeLazaridis Theatre of Ideas, 31 Caroline St. North,Waterloo. 519·BB3·44BO. ; (st).- 7:30: Queen's University School of Music.A Night in Vienna. Grant Hall, Queen's Uni·versity, Kingston. See Feb 9.- B:OO: Kitchener·Waterloo Symphony.Signature Series. Centre In The Square, Kitchen·er. See Feb 9.- B:OO: Music at St. Luke's. Viva Espana.Spanish music & dancing. Solazul flamencogroup. Parish Hall, 1 B32 Ontario Street, Burl·ington. 905-639· 7643. (incl a sherry &tap as snacks).- B:OO: Peterborough Symphony Orchestra.Revolution & Romance. Estacio: Frenergy;Elgar: Cello Concerto; Beethoven: Symphony #3(Eroica). Julian Tryczynski, cello; Michael Newn·ham, co.nductor. Showplace Performance Centre,290 George St. North, Peterborough. 705·742· 1992. ,.50; .50(st).- 8:00: Wilfrid Laurier University Facultyof Music. WW Baroque Ensemble. MichaelPurves·Smith, conductor. Maureen ForresterRecital Hall, 75 University Ave. West, Water·loo. 519-BB4-0710 x2150. ; (st).- B:OO: York Symphony Orchestra. TheRomantic. Rachmaninov: Piano Concerto #2;Bruckner: Symphony #4 (The Romantic); Guest:Su Jeon, piano; Gregory Burton, conductor. TrinityAnglican Church, 79 Victoria Street, Aurora.416-41 O-OB60. ; (sr/st); (under 12).Sunday February 11- 2:30: Brasswerks. A History of Jazz. Dixie·land, Ragtime, The Roaring 20s, Swing, Big Bandand more recent styles. Guests: Dave Barton,Greg Runions, performers; Dave Barton, GregRunions, Rick Cairns, John Palmer, conductors.St. George's Cathedral, 270 King St., Kingston.613·3B9·6BBB. $ 20; (sr/st).- 2:30: Georgian Music Series. Harps Ex·travaganza. Monika Stadler, jazz harpist. CentralUnited Church, 54 Ross St:, Barrie. 705· 72B·B679. Call for series ticket prices.- 2:30: Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony.Musically Speaking Series: Espana. Marquez:Danzon #2; Granados: T rez danzas espagiiolas;de Falla: Nights in the Gardens of Spain; & more.Anya Alexeyev, piano; Tom Allen, host; RattiArmenian, conductor. Centre In The Square, 101Queen St. North, Kitchener. 519·57B· 1570,B00·265·B977. -; (12 & under, rushall students); (eyeGO).- 3:00: Grand River Chorus. love is a ManySplendored Thing. Love & music ... lighter, lustiermusic. Richard Cunningham, director. SydenhamUnited Church, 120 Sydenham Street, Brant·ford. 519·759·7BB5. ; (sr/st); (ch/high school with ID).·- 3:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber Mu·sic Society. Ying Ouartet in Concert. Mozart:String Quartet, K.575; A Chinese Dim-sung (con·temporary Chinese pieces); Tchaikovsky: StringQuartet #2. David Ying, Janet Ying, violins; PhillipYing, viola; Timothy Ying, cello. KWCMS MusicRoom, 57 Young St. West, Waterloo. 519-BB6-1673. $ 25; $ 20(sr); (st/ch).- 3:00: McMaster University School of theArts. McMaster Concert Band. Convocation Hall(UH· 213), University Hall, McMaster University,1280 Main ,St. West, Hamilton. 905·525-9140 x24246. Free.- 3:00: University of Western Ontario.Facuhy Artists Series. Works by Clara Schu·mann. Gwen Beamish, piano. von Kuster Hall,Music Building, UWO, London. 519·661 ·3767.Free.- 3:00: Wilfrid Laurier University Facultyof Music. WW Choir. Dr. Lee Willingham, direc·tor. First United Church, 16 William St. West,Waterloo. 519-BB4-0710 x2150. Free.WWW. THEWHOLENOTE.COM- 4:00: Grand Philharmonic Choir. Faure:Requiem. Also Rachmaninov: Vespers (selec·tions). Central Presbyterian Church. 7 Queen'sSq., Cambridge (G). 519-57B-6BB5. ;(ch to gr B; eyeGO).- 7:00: Wilfrid laurier Univarsity Facultyof Music. WW Jazz Ensemble. Ron Schirm,conductor. Maureen Forrester Recital Hall, 75University Ave. West, Waterloo. 519-BB4-0710 x2150. ; (st).Tuesday February 13- 12:00 noon: Wilfrid Laurier Faculty ofMusic. Music at Noon. Music of Malsky andDaniel. Penderecki String Quartet. Maureen For·rester Recital Hall, 75 University Ave. West, .Waterloo. 519·BB4·0710 x2150. Free.- 12:30: McMaster University School ofthe Arts. lunchtime Concert Series. RobertFekete Quintet plays classical & jazz music.Robert C. Fekete, piano; Anthony Michelli, drums;Andrew Downing, bass; Scott Neilson, tenor sax;William Sperandei, trumpet. Convocation Hall(UH-213), University Hall, McMaster University,1280 Main St. West. Hamilton. 905-525·9140 x24246. Free.- 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber Mu·sic Society. Till Fellner, piano in Concert. Bach:3-part Inventions; Beethoven: Sonata in F, Op. 10/2; Schubert: Sonata in A, D.959. KWCMS MusicRoom, 57 Young St. West, Waterloo. 519-BB6·1673. ; (sr); (st/ch).Wednesday February 14- 12:30: Noon Hour Concert Series, Con·rad Grebel University College. Music for aWhile. Italian, French, German & English songs.Heidi Gallas, piano; Dan Lichti, baritone. ConradGrebel University College Chapel, University ofWaterloo, 140 Westmount Rd. North, Waterloo.519·BB5-0220 x24226. Free.- 2:00: Sanderson Centre for the PerformingArts. Time for a love Song. Romantic standardsand Broadway classics. David Rogers, JuneCrowley, singers. BB Dalhousie St., Brantford.519· 75B·B090. .- B:OO: Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony.Electric Thursdays, the Wednesday Edition. SheBops: The Ladies of the BO' s. Centre In TheSquare, 101 QueenSt.North,Kitchener.519-. 57B· 1570, B00-265-B977. -.- B:OO: Orchestra London. If music be thefood of/ove ... Valentine's concert of love songs,works by Handel, Mozart & others. Carla Huhtanen,soprano; David Fallis, conductor. St. Paul'sCathedral, 4 72 Richmond Street. London. 519·679·B77B. ; (sr/st).Thursday February 15- B:OO: Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony.Electric Thursdays. Centre In The Square, Kitchener.See Feb 14.Friday February 16- 12:30: University of Western Ontario.12:30 Fridays. Performance of new works byDaniel and Malasky. Penderecki Quartet, withlive electronics. von Kuster Hall, Music Building,UWO, London. 519-661-3767. Free.- 7:00 & 9:30: Theatre Ancaster/HamiltonAll Star Jau Band. love Notes for Your Valen·tine. The Great American Songbook in a cabaretsetting: My Funny Valentine, Imagination, Easy toLove, Honeysuckle Rose, I've Got You Under MySkin, Blue Skies, Ain't Misbehavin', Come FlyWith Me, & more. Chantal Barrow, Angela Broad·ley, Sue Fraser, Cindy Knowles, Ruth LeRoy, &others, performers. Old Firehall Arts Centre,Ancaster. 905·304·BB63. . Combined fundFEBRUARY 1 - MARCH 7 2007

aiser frir the two organizations.- 7:30: Brantford Music Club. Young Artist'sRecital. Sanderson Centre for the PerformingArts, 88 Dalhousie St., Brantford. 519· 758·8090. ; (st).- 8:00: Georgetown' Bach Chorale. TheWell Tempered Etude. 24 Etudes by Rachmaninoff,Scriabin, Chopin. Ronaldureidanus,piano. 157 Main St. South, Georgetown. 905·877-8321. (adv only, limited seating).-:- 8:00: Kitchener·Waterloo Symphony.Pops Series: Pops Takes You Out to the Movies. ·Guests: KWS Youth Orchestra, Senior Level;Brian Jackson, conductor. Centre In The Square,101 Queen St. North, Kitchener. 519·578·1570, 800·265·8977. ·; (12 &under, rush all students); (eyeGO).- 8:00: McMaster University School of theArts. Celebrity Concert Series: Primadonna'sBest. Mary Lou Fallis, soprano; Peter Tiefenbach,piano. Convocation Hall (UH·213), UniversityHall, McMaster University, 1280 Main St.West, Hamilton. 905·525·9140 x24246. ;$12(sr); (st).- 8:00: Orchestra London. Higher Ground.The music of Smokey Robinson, Marvin Gaye &Stevie Wonder. Gavin Hope, vocalist. CentennialHall, 550 Wellington St., London. 519·679·8778. -.Saturday February 17- 9: 15am, 10:15am & 11 :15am: Kitchener­Waterloo Symphony. Kinderconcerts: Carmenfa/kiddies. For ages 3·5, bring a cushion, dancingencouraged. KWS Woodwind Quintet. Lobby,Centre In The Square, 101 Queen St. North,Kitchener. 519·578· 1570, 800·265-8977.;· (sr, 12 & under, rush all students);(eyeGO).- 7:00 & 9:30: Theatre Ancaster/HamiltonAll Star Jazz Band. love Notes for Your Valen·tine. Old RnM Arts Centre. Ancaster. See Feb 16.- 8:00: Georgetown Bach Chorale. TheWell Tempered Etude. 157 Main St. South,Georgetown. See Feb 16.- 8:00: Grand Philharmonic Youth Choir.Arts in Action. Halley: Love Songs for Springtime;Brahms: Selections from Liebeslieder Waltzes;Bissell: I Remember, I Remember; Di Lasso: 0occhi, manza mia. Sean Simpson, accompanist;Nancy Tanguay, conductor. Centre for InternationalGovernance Innovation, 57 Erb St. West, Waterloo.519·578-1570, 800·265·8977. ;(sr/st); O(ch to grade 8); (eyeGO).- 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony.PopsSeries:Pops Takes YouOuttotheMovies.Centre In The Square, Kitchener. See Feb 16.- 8:00: Orchestra London. Higher Ground.Centennial Hall, London. See Feb 16.- 8:00: Performing Arts Bancroh. MusicFromJapan. Taiko, gongs, bells, shakers &bantoo flutes. Kiyoshi Nagata EOsentle, KiyoshiNagata, director. The Village Playhouse, 5Hastings St. South, Bancroh. 613474·0975..Sunday February 1 B- 2:30: Georgian Bay Symphony. Celebrat·ing Chopin. Chopin: Concerto for piano in e, Op.11;Concerto for piano inf, Op.21; celebrating 75thanniversary of Kiwanis Festival. Kati Gleiser, • ·piano; BGS lead players. St. George's AnglicanChurch, 1049 4th Ave. East, Owen Sound.519-372-0212. ; (sr); (st); free(grade8&under).- 3:00: Guelph Symphony Orchestra.Shakespeare's Music. Music old and new, inspiredby Shakespeare's dramas, works by Men·delssohn, Tchaikovsky, German, Prokofiev & ,FEBRUARY 1 - MARCH 7 2007Shostakovich, modern songs and dances by composersfrom the Stratford Festival. Colin Fox,narrator; Simon Irving, conductor. Main Stage,River Run Centre, 35 Woolwich St .. Guelph.519· 763·3000, 800-520-2408. ; (st);(under 10); eyeGO.- 3:00: La Jeunesse Youth Orchestra. In theSpotlight. Annual opportunity for young musiciansto perform in front of a full symphony orchestra.Laurie Mitchell, strings director; Michael Lyons,music director. Port Hope United Church, 34South Street, Port Hope. 866·460·5596. ;$12(st); jfamily of 4).- 7:30: Brantford Symphony Orchestra. AMusicalJourney Through Spain. Tobey: The Roadto Santiago Suite (world premiere); other worRs.Paul Tobey, piano; Daniel Warren, conductor.6:45: Pre-concert chat. Sanderson Centre for thePerforming Arts, 88 Dalhousie St., Brantford.519-758·8090,800·265-0710. -; ·(st); $ 5(eyeGO).Tuesday February 20- 12:30: University of Western Ontario.Early Music Series. Early Music Studio. vonKuster Hall, Music Building, UWO, London.519-661-3767. Free.- 12:30: University of Western Ontario.Jazz Ensemble. Bruce Smith, director. TalbotTheatre, Talbot College, UWO, London. 519·661-2111 x85381.Free.Wednesday February 21- 12:30: University of Western Ontario.Choral Series: Music of love and life. ThamesScholars. von Kuster Hall, Music Building, UWO,London. 519-661-3767. Free.- 12:30: University of Western Ontario.Symphonic Band.· Wind Songs.and Dances. GaryMcCumber, director. Talbot Theatre, Talbot Col·lege, UWO, London. 519·661 ·3767. Free.- 8:00: Theatre Aqua.rius. Blood Brothers; ByWilly Russell; musical examines the bonds ofhuman nature in 60' s Liverpool. Cyrus Lane; DavidLeyshon, Cara Hunter, Stephen Patterson, performers;Jane Johanson, choreographer; MichaelShamata, director. Oofasco Centre for the Arts,190 King William St., Hamilton. 905-522·7529, 800-465·7529. -. For completerun see music theatre listings.- 8:00: University of Western Ontario.Facuhy Artists Series. Barber: Hermit songs;Silvestrov: Sonata for Cello and Piano. AnitaKraus, mezzo-soprano; Thomas Wiebe, cello;John Hess, piano. ·von Kuster Hall, Music Build·ing, UWO, London. 519·661 ·3767. Free.Thursday February 22- 12:30: University of Western Ontario.Wind Ensernhle: Memories of Stukowski. ColleenRichardson, director. Talbot Theatre, Talbot Col·lege, UWO, London. 519-661-3767. Free.- 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber Mu·sic Society. BB!- The Canadian Guitar Ouar·tet & the Salzburg Guitar Ouartet. Works byOrologio, Schneider, Saint·Saiins, Roux, Trepanier,Buchrainer, de Murcia, Brouwer. KWCMS MusicRoom, 57 Young St. West, Waterloo. 519·886-1673. ; (sr); (st/ch).- 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber Mu·sic SocietY. Orchid Ensemble in Concert. T radi·tional works, & original compositions by Oenburg,Jin Zhang & Armanini. Lan Tung, erhu; JonathanBernard, marimba; Gelina Jiang, zheng. KWCMSMusic Room, 57 Young St. West, Waterloo.519-886-1673. ; (sr); (st/chl.- 8:00: The Village Playhouse. Willie P.Bennet in Concert. Blues & Folk. 5 Hastings St.South, Bancroft. 613·332-3503. ;(adv).Friday February 23- 7:30: Albert College. Grease. 1950's nos·talgia brought to life. 160 Dundas St. West, Bel·leville. 613-968·5726. $12; (sr/st). Forcomplete run see music theatre listings.:_ 7:30: Perimeter lnstitute/Kitchener-Wa·terloo Symphony/NUMUS. Weather Beaten.Narveson: New work for harp, accordion, strings,electronics; Gordon: Weather, for 16 strings,electronics, and video by Rose; OJ Jesse Somfay:Solo Set (4th floor Black Hole Bistro). KW SymphonyOrchestra Strings; Penderecki String Ouar·tet; Lori Gemmel, harp; Joseph Petric, accordion;Jasch a Narveson, electronics; Jesse Somfay,OJ. Mike Lazaridis Theatre of Ideas + Black HoleBistro, Perimeter Institute, 31 Caroline St. North,Waterloo. 519·883·4480. ; (st).- 8:00: Gryphon Theatre. Aengus Finnan &Lynn Miles in Concert. Story-styled' songwriter/balladeer, and plaintive singer/songwriter. Admin·istrative Centre, Bldg. C, Georgian College, 1Georgian Drive, Barrie. 705-728-4613. ;(eyeGO).Saturday February 24- 7:30: Algonquin Theatre. Straight FromNewfoundland, with The Cobblestones & BobbyEvans. Down home music, nostalgic melodies,Celtic-inspired. 37 Main St. East, Huntsville.705-789·4975. .- 7:30: Arcady.Ruth, CO Release Concert. AMusic drama by Ronald Beckett. Marion Samuel·Stevens, Neil Aronoff, performers; ChristopherFischer, narrator. Knox Presbyterian Church, 20Quebec St., Guelph. 519•821-0141. .- 7 :30: Brassroots. Horns A Plenty 3. BigBand music featuring Brassroots soloists, trumpet& trombone quartets. Guest: Jason Mercer,singer/songwriter; Bram Gregson, music director.Wolf Performance Hall, .251 Dundas Street,London. 519-264·2620. ; (sr/st);free(ch with adult).- 7:30: Grand Philharmonic Choir Cham.her Singers. In Concert. Bach: Jesu, MeineFreude; Schuetz: Musikalische Exequien; Homil·ius: Motets. Christopher Dawes, organ; LauraJones, cello/viola da gamba; John Edwards, theor·bo;'Joe Phillips, bass; Tactus Vocal Ensemble;Howard Dyck, conductor. St. Peter's EvangelicalLutheran Church, 49 Queen St. North, Kitchen·er. 519·578· 1570, 800·265-8977. ; (tograde 8/eyeGO)...., 7:30: Orillia Wind Ensemble. The Tram·bone. Guest: Alastair Kay, trombone; Roy Menagh,music director. First Baptist Church, 265Coldwater Rd. West, Orillia. 705·487-6724.; (sr); (st).- 7:30: 'Uxbridge Music Scholarship Fund.Music for the Heak. Broadway, 40' s & classical;Schubert: The Shepherd on the Rock. AnthonyHolt, piano; Jane Loewen, soprano; Chordielle, acappella trio; Peter Randell, c1arinet, & the PeterRandell Ou a rt et. Trinity United Church, 20 FirstAve., Uxbridge. 905-852-5970. ; (st). •Fundraiser. ·- 8:00: Barrie Concert Series. Ragtime andBlues. Bill Westcott, piano. First Christian ReformedChurch, 33 Shirley Ave., Barrie. 705·728-8679. Call for series ticket prices.- 8:00: Friends of Music. Elora Festival Singers.Byrd: Gloria (from Five-Part Mass); Mendelssohn:Psalm 43 (Richie Mich, Gott); Gould:So You Want to Wiite a Fugue?; 0 Danny Boy; &other works. Noel Edison, conductor. Port· HopeUnited Church, 34 South Street, Port Hope.905·885· 1071, 800-434-5092. ; (st).- i!:OO: Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra.la Diva. A comical tribute to opera, wickedlyhumorous, lovingly irreverent. Natalie Choquette,soprano; Pierre Simard, conductor. HamiltonPlace, 1 Summers Lane. 905-526-7756. -; ·(sr); $12·(st); (chto 13).- 8:00: Milton Concert Presentations.Espaiia: with the Kitchener· Waterloo Symphony.Marquez: Oanzon #2; Granados: Trez danzasespagiiolas; de Falla: Nights in the Gardens ofSpain; & more. Anya Alexeyev, piano; Raffi Armenian,conductor. St. Paul's United Church, 123Main St. East, Milton. 905·8784732. ;(sr/st). · , ,~ ,- 8:00: Niagara Symphony. Flutes en Route}'Irish jigs, Chinese folk songs, European concerti &Native-American music. Douglas Miller, fife/panpipes/tin whistle/silver flute; laura Thomas,conductor. 7:15: Pre-concert talk. Sean O'SullivanTheatre, Centre for the Arts, Brock University,St. Catharines. 905·687-4993 x2. -;(st).- 8:00: Orchestra London. Screen Gems.Memorable film tunes from Field of Dreams,Mission Impossible, A Beautiful Mind & more.David Martin, conductor. Ceniennial Hall, 550Wellington St., Londori. 519·679·8778. ·; -(sr/st).Sunday February 25- 2:00: The Gallery Music Group. ChamberMusic. Margaret McKenzie-Leighton, soprano;Ann Monkhouse, Eart Reiner, flutes;.Warren·Mc·Kenzie·Leighton"clarinet; Tom Wright, cello; . _,"Grace Peters, Cheryl Duval, pianos. WellingtonCounty Museum & Archives, 0536 County Road18, RR#l, Fergus. ; $!(under 16)(includesMuseum admission) .- 2:30: Niagara Symphony. Flutes en Route!Sean O'Sullivan Theatre, Centre for the Arts,Brock University, St. Catharines. See Feb 24.1 :45: Pre-concert talk.- 2:30: Orchestra London. Screen Gems.Centennial Hall, London. See Feb 24.Great Musical TalesJohan de Meij conductshis own music:Casanova, Wind in the Willows, Romeo and JulietSimon Fryer, solo Cello, Ted Follows, NarratorSunday, Feb. 25th, 3:00 pm, First United Church, Waterloo, ONSunday, Mar. 4th, 3:00 pm, Grandview Baptist Church, Kitchener, ONAdults, .00, Students and Seniors, .00http://www.wellingtonwinds.caWWW, THEWHOLENOTE.COM 47

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