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Volume 12 - Issue 5 - February 2007

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- 3:00: Northumberland Centre of theRoyal Canadian College of Organists.Lenten Organ Recital Series. Renaissance andBaroque organ music; 1978 Karl Wilhelm organ.St. Andrew's Presbyterian, 200 King StreetWest, Cobourg. 985·355·4116. Offering.- 3:00: Wellington Winds. Great MusicalTales: Music based on literary works. de Meij: ·Casanova· A Concerto for Cello and Winds; TheWind in the Willows; Hyldgaard: A Hans ChristianAndersen.Suite; le Fleming: Homage to BeatrixPotter. Simon Fryer, cello; Michael Purves-Smith,conductor. First United Church, 16 William St.,Waterloo. 519·579·3097. ; (sr/st).- 3:30: Gerald Fagan Singers. A Celebrationof Catholic Music. Music written for the CatholicChurch, from the Middle Ages to the present;150th Anniversary London Catholic Diocese.· Gerald Fagan, conductor. Chapel of Mount St.Joseph, 1486 Richmond St., London. 519-433-9650, 866-244-0762. ; (sr); (st).- 4:oo: 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, theorbo;Joe Phillips, bass; Tactus Vocal Ensemble;Howard Dyck, conductor. Church of Dur,Lady, 28Norfolk St, Guelph. 519-763-3000, 877-520·2408. ; (to grade 8/eyeGO).- 8:00: Kitchener·Waterloo CommunityOrchestra. In Concert. Schubert: Rosamunde; R.Strauss: Horn Concerto #2; Schumann: Sympho·ny #1 (Spring). Kim Ferguson; horn; Daniel Warren,conductor. Maureen Forrester Recital Hall,Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo. 519-743-0589. $12; O(st/sr).Tuesday February 27- 12:00 noon: Wilfrid Laurier UniversityFaculty of Music. Music at Noon. StephenSitarski, Sophie Drouin, violins; Paul Pulford, eel·lo; Les De' Ath, piano. Maureen Forrester RecitalHall, 75 University Ave. West, Waterloo. 519·884-0710 x2150. Free.- ·12:30: McMaster University School ofthe Arts, lunchtime Concert Series. The OrchidEnsemble blends ancient musical instruments andtraditions from China & beyond. Convocation Hall(UH-213), University Hall, McMaster University,1280 Main St. West, Hamilton. 905-525·9140 x24246. Free.- 7:15_: Barrie Concert Band. Songs of theBritish Isles. Spencer Linington, conductor. TheRotunda, Barrie City Hall, 70 Collier Street, Bar·rie. 705-435-5529. Free.- 7:30: Queen's University School of Mu·sic. Stephen Thachuk, guitar in Recital Rm. 124;Harrison·LeCaine Hall, 39 Bader Lane, Queen'sUniversity, Kingston. 613-533-2066. Free.Saturday, Mar •. 3rd - BpmSt.Andrew's Presbyterian, KitchenerSunday Mar. 4th - 3pmSt. Paul's Lutheran Church,63 Grand Ave. N. Cambridge\Saturday March 03- 2:30: Peterborough Singers. Natalie Cho·Wednesday February 28 quette, soprano in Concert. Florence Khoriaty, jazzpianist; Syd Birrell, director. Calvary Pentecostal- 12:30: Noon Hour Concert Series, Con· Church, 1421 Lansdowne St. West., Peterbor·rad Grebel University Coliege. From Ram- ough. 705-745-1820. ; $12(st).eau to Bach. Tannis Sprott, soprano; Carolyn - 7:00: Karen Schuessler Singers/BuxtonStronks-Zeyl, flute; Mark McDowell, piano. Con· National Historic Site & Museum/Firstrad Grebel University College Chapel, University Grantham United Church. Road to Freedom.of Waterloo, 140 Westmount Rd. North, Water· Works by Hogan, Dawson, Verdi; Spirituals; stoloo.519-885-0220 x24226. Free. · ries of the black settlers in the Niagara region &- 2:00 ~ 8:00: Sanderson Centre for the the Underground Railroad; a Celebration of BlackPerform mg Arts. Fabulous Cro~ners. Music of History Month. Denise Pelley, vocals; Stephen~mg ~rosby, Perry Co~o, Eddie Fischer, Nat . Holowitz, piano; Aaron Macdonald, saxophone;Kmg Cole, Dean Martin and others. 88 Dalhousie . Darryl Stacey, bass; Ian Mackay percussion;St., Brantford., 519-758-8090. .Shannon & Bryan Prince, narrators. FirstThursday March 01Grantham United Church, 415 Linwell Rd, St.Catharjnes. 905-935-5369. .- 7:30: Cantabile Choirs of Kingston.Breath of Spring. Guest: Laura Biagi, vocalist/percussionist/dancer/Italian folklorist; all Cantabi·le Choirs except Women's Chorus, Mark Sirett,artistic director. Grand Theatre, 218 Princess- 7:30: Perimeter Institute Event HorizonsSeason. YefimBronfman,pianoinConcert. MikeLazcmis Theatre of Ideas, 31 Caroline St. North,Waterloo. 519-883-4480. ; (st).- 8:00: Sanderson Centre for the Perform·_ing Arts. The Poly/esters on stage. The"Swingin' folk chunk" sound. 88 Dalhousie St.,Brantford. 519-758-8090. .- 8:00: Showplace Performance Centre.Jerry's Girls. Jerry Herman's best music andlyrics for women, from Mame, Hello Dolly!, Milkand Honey, La Cage Aux Folles & others. LenLifchus, director; William Crane, musical director;nm Rowat, producer. Showplace PerformanceCentre, 290 George St. North, Peterborough.705-444· 7089, 866·444· 7089. . For com·plete run see music theatre listings. Fundraiserfor Showplace Performance Centre.- 8:00: Sonus Productions. Oanny Michel.Folk rock I experimental I pop singer-songwriter &guitarist. The Gordon Best Theatre, 216 HunterSt. West, Peterborough. 705-742-7469.; $12(adv).Friday March 02- 8:00: Arts in Concert. OivasinConcert. Thefikes of Aretha Frcriklin, Patsy Clire, Diana Ross,Bette Midler, Madonna, Bcrbra Streisald & WhitneyHouston on one stage, conceived & di'ected by RalfHakerberg &Jim Broadley, arranged & coiWcted byDr. Russ Wei, choreographed by ArgOOi Broadley.7:00: Visual artist reception, Heidi Brannan, host.'Redeemer University College Auditorium, 777Garner Rd. East, Ancaster. 905-648-2139x4211. ; (adv, mention TheatreAncaster);(13 to 19); (12 & under).- 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony.Signature Series. Estacio: Light Eternal; Shostakovich:Violin Concerto# 1; Beethoven: Symphony#6 (Pastorale):James Ehnes, violin; SimonStreatfeild, conductor. 6:45: pre-concert talk withThomas Kay. Centre In The Square, 101 QueenSt. North, Kitchener. 519-578-1570, 800·265-8977. -; (12 & under, rush allstudents); (eyeGO).We present settings of this famous poem by Lassus, Schubert,Cunningham, Rheinberger, Raminsh & Gorczycki.Tickets at Twelfth Night Music in Waterloo, and Etcetera andKelly Greens Flowers in Cambridge, at the door or call 745-0675Street, Kingston. 613·530-2050. ; $12(sr/st/ch).- 8:00: Bach Elgar Choir. Classical Gems.Mozart: Vesperae solennes de Dominica, K.321;M. Haydn: Missa in honorem Sanctae Ursulae.Charlene Pauls, soprano; lasmina Pataca, contralto;Colin Ainsworth, tenor; Jason Nedecky, baritone;Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra; HowardDyck, conductor. Melrose United Church, 86Homewood Ave., Hamilton. 905-527-5995.; (sr); (st}.- 8:00: Georgian Bay Symphony. ChinaPremiere. Wang: Butterfly Lover's Concerto;Hannah: New Work (premiere); Lau, New Work(premiere); Puccini: T urandot (arr Mascall, pre·miere); Chan Ka Nin: Flower Drum Song; !rad: YaoDarice. Praise Lam, violin; John Barnum, conductor.7:00: Pre-concert talk with Richard Mascall,composer in residence. OSCVI Auditorium, 15508th Street East, Owen Sound. 519-372-0212.; Zl!sr); (st); (grade 8 & under).- 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony . .. Signature Series. Centre In The Square, Kitchen·AVIV STRING QUARTET .WINNER: MELBOURNE AND BORDEAUX COMPETITIONMarch 2 " Chamber music masterclass, U of TorontoMarch 4 Kitchener Waterloo Chamber Music SocietyHaydn, Mozart, SchumannMarch 5 Walter Hall, Music Faculty, U of Torontowith Shauna Rolston, Jaime Parker, Tokai QuartetMarch 7 Mozart Society, Toronto ·Haydn, Mozart, BeethovenMarch 8 Kitchener Waterloo Chamber Music SocietyShostakovichTICKETSKitchener Waterloo Chamber Music Email: kwcms@yahoo.comUniversity of Toronto www.music.utoronto.ca ·Mozart Society of Toronto www.mozartsociety-toronto.com ·-·7iMf•Kitchener-WaterlooChamber OrchestraGraham Coles, Music Director22nd Season presented by ttl!J c:.mada .,.....t tf{ldicSHOWCASE2006 Student Concerto Compefition WinnersMusic by Boles, Haydn, Mayr, Mendelssohn, Mozart, Turner & Weber.Saturday, March 10, 2007 at 8:00 pmMaureen Forrester Recital Hall, Wilfrid Laurier University, WaterlooFor ticket intormotion and program detoi(s go to: www.klNchamberorchestro.co48 www.THEWHOLENOTE.COM FEBRUARY 1 - M ARCH 7 2007

er. See Mar 2.- 8:00: Orchestra London. Modern Masters.Schnittke: Piano Concerto; Schreker: ChamberSymphony; Schoenberg: Five Pieces for Orches·tra. Shoko Inoue, piano; T ITT10thy Vernon, conduc:tor. Metropolitan United Church, 486 WellingtonSt., London. 519·679·8778. ; (sr/st).- 8:00: The DaCapo Chamber Choir. Midnfjht - darkmssamiwtnkr.Guests:menmsofthe Penderecki Ouartet; Leonard Ems, di'ector. St.John the EvarYJelist AIYJucan Church, Kitchener.519·725·7549. ; (sr/st); $S(eyeGO). ·- 8:00: The Renaissance Singers. StabatMater. Settings by Lassus, Schubert, Cunning·. ham, Rheinbi!rger, Raminsh, Gorczycki. GregWalshaw, accompanist; Richard Cunningham,conductor/music director. St. Andrew's Presbyte·rian Church, 54 Queen St. North, Kitchener9·745·0675. ; (sr/st); (12 &un·der).- 8:00: Wilfrid Laurier University Facultyof Music. WW Symphony Orchestra. Paul Pulford,conductor. Maureen Forrester Recital Hall,75 University Ave. West, Waterloo. 519·884·0710x2150. ; (st).Sunday March 04- 2:30: Kingston Symphony Orchestra.Symphony ... Squared. Mahler: Symphony #5;Wagner:. Tannhauser Overture. Gu,ests: Oshawa·Durham Symphony, Marco Parisotto, music director(Mahler); Glen Fast, music director (Wagner).Kingston Gospel Temple, 2295 Princess St.,Kingston. 613-530-2050. ·; -(sr); ·(st); (ch).- 2:30: Kitchener·Waterloo Symphony.StoryteUers: Young Mozart. For ages 6-12. Jef .ten Kortenaar, host; Daniel Warren, conductor.Centre In The Square, 101 Queen St. North, '··Kitchener. 519-578-1570, 800-265-8977.; (sr, 12 & under, rush all students);(eyeGO).- 2:30 & 7:30: Amabile Choirs. 17th AnnualAmabile Festival T ti raise awareness of U.N.Convention 182 on child labour. Amabile Boys &Men's Choirs, Amabile Youth Singers, JuniorAmabile Singers; Jim Papoulis, guest conductor/composer. First·St. Andrew's United Church, 350Queens Ave., London. 519,433·2649. ;$12(sr); $ lO(st).- 3:00: Northumberland Centre of the 1Royal Canadian College of Organists.Lenten Organ Rf}cital Series. Organists' favour·ites and audience requests subrritted last year;1911 Casavant organ. St. Paul's Presbyterian,131 Walton Street, Port Hope. 905-355-3116.Offering.- 3:00: Symphony Hamilton. The Magil: olMozart. Royer: Travels with Mozart: Variations on atheme from The Magic Flute (pnmere); Mozart:Concerto for piano #17, K.453; Mozart: Symphony#41, K.551 (Jupiter). Guest:' Valerie Tryon, piano;Joo-es R McKay, conductor. Royal Botanical Gardens,680 Plains Rd. West, Burlington. 905·526-6690. ; (sr/st); (under 12).- 3:00: The Renaissance Singers. StabatMater. See Mar 3. Trinity Anglican Church, 12Blair Road, Cambridge.- 3:00: Wellington Winds. Great MusicalTales: Music based on lite;ary works. See Feb25. Grandview Baptist ehurch, 250 Old ChicopeeDr., Kitchener. ·- 3:00: Wilfrid laurier University Facultyof Music. WW Symphony Orchestra. MaureenForrester Recital Hall, Waterloo. See Mar 3.; (st).- 8:00: Kitchener·Waterloo Chamber Mu·sic Society. Aviv String Ouartet in Concert:Haydn: String Quartet, Op.74/3 (Rider); Mozart:String Quartet, K.421; Tchaikovsky: String Quartet#1. KWCMS Music Room, 57 Young St.West, Waterloo. 519-886· 1673. ; (sr);(st/ch).Tuesday March 06- 12:00 noon: Wilfrid Laurier UniversityFaculty of Music. Music at Noon. Music ofFleming and Enns. Jennifer Enns Modolo, mezzo·soprano; Lorin Shalanko, piano. Maureen ForresterRecital Hall, 75 University Ave. West, Water·loo. 519·884·0710 x2150. Free.Wednesday March 07- 12:30: Noon Hour Concert Series, ConradGrebel University College. All-NightBeatrice. Music of Canadian women, includingworkshop perfonnance of a new composition byCarol Ann Weaver. Ardeleana Trio: Brenda Muller,cello; Catherine Maguire, piano; Emma Green,flute. Conrad Grebel University College Chapel,University of Waterloo, 140 Westmount Rd .North, Waterloo. 519-885·0220 x24226.Free.- 8:00: Kitchener·Waterloo Symphony.Back to Baroque. Gabrieli: Antiphonal brass musicfrom San Marco; Stravinsky: Pulcinella; Vivaldi:·The Four Seasons. Lance Ouellette, violin; I varsTaurins, conductor. First United Church, 16 Wil·liam St. West, Waterloo. 519·578-1570, 800-265-8977. ; $12(12 & wider, rush all stu·dents); (eyeGO).- 8:00: Wilfrid Laurier University Facultyof Music. New Music Concert. Maureen For·rester Recital Hall, 75 University Ave. West,. Waterloo. 519·884-0710 x2150. Free.- 3. Peggy Baker Dance Projects. All new · call for details. Studio Theatre, Sheridan College,works; A Woman by a Man: Peggy Baker, Larry 1430 Trafalgar Rd .. Oakville. 905-8154049.Hahn, dancers; James Kudelka, choreographer; , sr/st/alumni discounts, call for details.Shostakovich Piano Trio #2, Andrew Burashko, - Braath: Haartbeat of Sufi Music. Breath.piano, TBA, cello, TBA, violin; Dreaming Awake: Modern dervish Mercan Dede, soprano JanisPeggy Baker, dancer; Malissa Fenley, choreographer;mu'sic by Philip Glass, Andrew Burashko, pret Sufi music & whirling dance according to o~rOrenstein, and whirling dancer Mira Burke inter­piano; Portal: Peggy Baker, dancer/choreographer. time. Feb 3: 7:00. T rinity·St. Paul's Centre, 427Mar 1·3: 8:30; Mar 4: 4:00. Betty Oliphant Theatre,404 Jarvis St. 416·504· 7529. (Thu/ - CanAsian Danca Festival: MainstageBloor St. West 888·222·6608. ·.Sat/Sun); $ 20(sr/st/CADA Thu/Sat/Sun); . Performance. Harbourfront Centre Next·PWYC(Fri).Steps/CanAsian Dance Festival. Mixed pro·- Alvin Ailey American Danca Thaatra. granvne: M K, Soojung Kwon, contemporaryHummingbird Centre for the Performing Korean dancer, with The Opaque EnsembleArts .. Revelations & other works. Feb 16: 8:00; (world premiere); Kathak solo, Joanna de Souza,Feb 17: 2:00 & 8:00. 1 Front St. East. 416-872- with members of Toronto Tabla Ensemble; Apri·2262. Call for ticket prices.cot Trees Exist (excerpts), Sinha Danse IT oronto- ~Anne of Grean Gab/as. Brampton Music premiere); The Monkey King (excerpt), Qi Shu .Theatre. Mar 6-9: 7:30; Mar 10: 2:00 & 7:30. Fang Peking Opera Co1111any; collaboration byThe .Rose Theatre, 1 Theatre Lane, Brampton. Kinya "Zulu" Tsuruyama, butoh artist, and Keiko905·874-2800. ; (sr/st); (ch). Ninorriya, contemporary dancer (world preiniere).- Annia. Hummingbird Centre for the Per· Denise Fujiwara, artistic director. Feb 22-24:forming Arts. Mar 7, 9: 8:00, Mar 8, 10: 2:00 8:30. Premiere Dance Theatre, Queen's Quay· & 8:00. 1 Front St. East. 416-872-2262, Call for Terminal, 207 Oueens Quay West. 416-973·ticket prices.4000. ; (sr/st/CADA).- Bizet's Carman. Opera by Request. Concertversion. Loralie Kirkpatrick, James Janz, Evening Parformanca. Harbo11rfront Cen·- CanAsian Danca Fastival: EarlyBryan Estabrooks, Maria Knight, performers; tre NextSteps/CanAsian Dance Festival.William Shookhoff, music director. Mar 3: 8:00. Toolioe. Cokaseki Butoh co1111any; Yuko Kaseki,Eglinion St. George's United Church, 35 Lytton performer; Marc Ates, choreographer; DeniseBlvd. 416·455-2365. $ 20; (sr/st).Fujiwara, artistic director. Feb 23-24: 7:00. Brig·- Blood Brothers. Theatre Aquarius. By antine Room, York Quay Centre, 235 QueensWilly Russell; musical examines the bonds of Quay West. 416·973·4000. ; (sr/st/. human nature in 60' s Liverpool. Cyrus Lane, David CADA) .Leyshon, Cara Hunter, Stephen Patterson, per· :... DEEKALI: Roots Ra·livad II. Har·formers; Jane Johanson, choreographer; Michael bourfront Centre NextSteps/COBA (Collec·Shamata, director. Feb 21-Mar 10: shows at tive of Black Artists). Audience favourites of2:00 & 8:00, call for dates & times. Dofasco African & Caribbean dance (Portrait · set to NinaCentre for the Arts, 190 King William St., Ham· Simone, Saraca ·Yoruba celebration & thanksgiv·'ilton. 905-522-7529, 800·465-7529. - ing ritual, Primal Fete), addressing social themes.rooted in African history. Bakari E. Lindsay, Char·- Bold Strokes. Theatre Sheridan. Workshopproduc\ions of three new student·written 8:00; Mar 4: 3:00. Premiere Dance Theatre,maine Headley, artistic co· founders. Mar 2-3:mini-musicals. Feb 15·24: 2:00 & 8:DO shows, Queen's Quay Terminal, 207 Queens Quay West.FEBRUARY 1 - M ARCH 7 2007WWW. THEWHOLENOTE.COM416-9734000. ,; -(sr/st).- Divas in Concert. Arts in Concert. Thelikes of Aretha Franklin, Patsy Cline, Diana Ross,Bette Midler, Madonna, Barbra Streisand &Whitney Hou5ton on one stage, conceived & di·rected by Ralf Hakenberg & Jim Broadley, arranged& conducted by Dr. Russ Weil, choreographedby Angela Broadley. Mar 2: 8:00. 7:00:Visual artist reception, Heidi Brannan, host. RedeemerUniversity College Auditorium, 777 Gar·ner Rd. East, Ancaster. 905-648-2139 x4211.; (adv, mention Theatre Ancaster);(13to 19); (12&under).- Elegies: A Song Cycla. Acting Up StageTheatre Company. Music & lyrics by WilliamFinn; dealing with loss in a post 9/11 world; To·ronto premiere. Thom Allison, Barbara Barsky,Steven Gallagher, Eliza-Jane Scott, MichaelStrathmore, performers; Mitchell Marcus, artisticproducer; Wayne Gwillim, musical director;Lezlie Wade, director. Feb 15-Mar 3: 8:00 (Tue­Sat), 2:00 (Sat. only). Berkeley Street UpstairsTheatre, 26 Berkeley St. ·; (st/artsworker). 416·368-3110.- Elizabeth Baalar's Unlacad!T orontoOperetta Theatre. Elizabeth Beeler, soprano,actress, dancer, in her one-woman show exploringcharacters she has played. Feb 21: 8:00. JaneMallett Theatre, St. Lawrence Centre for theArts, 27 Front Street East. 416-366· 7723, 800·708·6754. .- Faust. Canadian Opera Company. ByGounod. Ana Ibarra, soprano; Lauren Segal, mez.zo·soprano; David Pomeroy, tenor; Brett Polegato,baritone; Egils Silins, bass-baritone; NicholasMuni, director; Yannick Nezet-Seguin, conductor.Feb1, 6,9, 14, 17, 21: 7:30;Feb4; 11:2:00;Feb 24: 4:30. Four Seasons Centre forthe PerformingArts, 145 Queen St. West 416·363-8231. ·5; -(15 &underwithadult); (spec price, call).- Flapper! The Young Players Company.Madcap musical comedy & dance tribute to the1920s. Liane Ireland, choreographer; Moira For-rester, director. Feb 2-3, 9-10: 7:30; Feb 4, 11:2:00. Auditorium (Main Building), Sir JamesWhitney School forthe Deaf, 350 Dundas St.West, Belleville. 613-969-1179. $12; (12&under).- Graasa. Albert College. 1950's nostalgiabrought to life. Feb 23-24: 7:30. 160 Dundas St.West, Belleville. 613·968-5726. $12; (sr/st).- Griots t' Garaga: A Musical History oftha African Diaspora. Harbourfront Cen·tre/Kuumba, African Heritage Month. Musicaljourney inspired by 500 years of Afro-centricmusic, 16th century West Africa, throughblues and jau, funk, hip·hop & garage; multimedia;written/performed by Dennis Rollins; NorthAmerican premiere. Feb 10-11: 7:00; Feb 13-14:8:00. Studio Theatre, York Quay Centre, 235Chleens Quay West. 416-973-4000. .- Gypsy Violins (Oar ligaunarprimas}.Toronto Operetta Theatre. By lmre Kalman,sung in English. Elizabeth DeGrazia, KaterinaTchoubar, performers; Virginia Reh & GuillermoSilva·Marin, co-stage directors; TOT Orchestra &Chorus, Jose Hernandez, conductor. Feb 16 (pre·view), 17: 8:00; Feb 18: 2:00: Jane Mallett Theatre,St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts, 27 FrontStreet East. 416-366-7723, 800-708-6754.-; - (preview).~ Ham/at. The Rose Theatre/Det lilleTurmiteater. Denmark's Little Touring Theatreperforms Shakespeare's tragedy with just twoactors and two double basses. but retain the seri·ousness and dep,th of the original; for ages 10 +.Feb 28: 8:00. 1 Theatre Lane, Brampton. 905·874-2800 .. ·.- Harvest Moon Rising. Talk Is Free Thea·tre. Musical about a modern family trying topreserve their farm and way of life; music &lyrics by Leslie Arden, book by Peggy Sample. Feb1-3: 8:00; Feb 1: 11 :30am; Fe6 3: 2:00. ParkPlace Theatre, 100 Mapleview Dr., Barrie.705·792-1949. ; (st).CONTINUf:S Nffl !'AGE4 9

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