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Volume 12 - Issue 6 - March 2007

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... CONCERTS: Toronto

... CONCERTS: Toronto and GTA4700 Keele St. 416-736-5888. Free.- 6:30: Bata Shoe Museum. Two-Tone Thurs·days: Jazz at the Bata Shoe Museum. AndrewDowning Quartet. 327 Bloor St. West. 416-979·7799 x242. PWYC, suggested.- 7:30: University of Toronto Faculty ofMusic. World of Music. Guitar Ensemble, Jef·Irey McFadden, director. University Art Centre,15 King's College Circle. 416-978-3744. Free.- 7:30: York University Department ofMusic. York U Jazz Festival· Ensembles. Ant ho·ny Michelli, Kevin Turcotte, Lome Lofsky, MarkEisenman, Jim Vivian, & Mike Malone, directors.Student Lounge, 219 Accolade East, YU. 4700Keele St. 416· 736-5888. Free.- 8:00: Massey Hall. Kodo Drummers: OneEarth Tour. See Mar 21.- 8:00: Music Toronto. Cecilia String Ouartet.Murphy: Another Little Piece of my Heart;Beethoven: String Quartet in e, Dp.59/2 (Razu·movsky); Shostakovich: String Quartet #9 in E·flat, Dp.117. Jane Mallett Theatre, St. LawrenceCentre for the Arts, 27 Front St. East. 416·366· 7723, 800-708-6754. ; $(st).- 8:00: TSO. Brahms Symphony 1. RoyThomson Hall. See Mar 21.MUSIC at TIMOTHY'SOrgan: Bolero!featuring Marty SmythFriday, March 23, 20077:30 PMTickets available at the dooror by phone at 416-925-5977 adults students/ seniorsGroup rates availableMusic atTimothy's ~if· I . ~_ Concert Series t(' [JJ . . 91- 8:30: Hugh's Room Johnny Blue CD Re·lease. Tom Leighton, & others. 2261 Dundas St.West.416-531-6604. ; $12(adv).Friday March 23- 12:00 noon: University ofT oronto Facul·ty of Music. World of Music. Tafelmusik Ba·roque Orchestra Concert. Walter Hall, EdwardJohnson Building, 80 Queen's Park. 416-978·3744. Free.- 12:30: York University Department ofMusic. Music at Midday: Ragtime. CatherineWilson, director.Tribute Communities RecitalHall, Accolade East, YU, 4700 Keele St. 416·736-5888. Free.- 7:30 York University Department ofMusic. York U Jazz Festival: YU Jazz Dr·chestra. Al Henderson, director.Tribute CommunitiesRecital Hall. Accolade East, YU,4700 Keele St. 416· 736-5888. Free.- 7:30: Brampton Folk Club. GeneralStore. Bluegrass music. Opening: John Stroud,humourist. Sanderson Hall, St. Paul's UnitedChurch, 30 Main St. South, Brampton. 647-233-3655. $12; (sr/st).- 7:30: Timothy Eaton Memorial Church.Organ:Bolero!Marty Smyth, organ. 230 St. ClairAve. West. 416-925-5977. ; (sr/st).- 7:30: University of Toronto Faculty ofMusic. Facuhy Artist Series. Prokofiev: ViolinSonata #1 inf; Czerny: Grand Sonata in A; &other works. Erika Raum, violin; Lydia Wong,piano. Walter Hall, Edward Johnson Building, 80Queen's Park. 416-978-3744. ; $12(sr/st).- 8:00: Canadian Music Centre/CanadianBroadcasting Corporation/University ofToronto. The Radical Remembered: A Tribute toJohn Weinzweig. Weinzweig: Divertimentofor Flute & Strings, Private Collection, Im·promptus and Prologue to a Tango. RobertCram, Jean Stilwell, Peter Tiefenbach; Univer·sity of Guelph Chamber Choir; Mary Lou Fallis,host. Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front St. West.416-205-5555. (limited).- 8:00: Performing Arts York Region.Joel Ouarrington, double bass & AndrewBurashko, piano, in Concert. Thornhill Presby·terian Church, 271 Centre St., Thornhill. 905·881-1941. ; (sr/st).- 8:00: Tapestry New Opera Works. TheShadow. By Alex Poch-Goldin & Omar Daniel;workshop presentation. Daniel Taylor, counterten·or. The Ernest Balmer Studio, 55 Mill Street,Building 58, Distillery Historic District. 416-537-tapestRy New opeRa woRkspReSeNtStHe SHaDOWBY: aLex POCH -f;OLDIN & omaR DaNieLWORkSHOPpRODUCtIONfeatURINf;naNrel tayloRmaRcH 2~/24/25 at 8 pmtHe eRNest BaLmeR StUDIO, BLDf; 58, #315, DIStILLeRytIX: I I call: 416-537 - 6066 x 221Photo: Daniel Taylor© Marie-Reine MatterapresentsHE CHRISNORMANENSEMBLEwithDavid Greenberg,violinPIPER IN HEP~NTRYMarch 23 & 24, 2007 at 8 pmThe Toronto Consort is proud to present ChrisNorman, maritime Canada 's virtuoso flute player andpiper, as he leads an ensemble of guitars, harmonium,bass, percussion and vocals, with guest fiddler DavidGreenberg, in a celebration of the complimentary arts offood, cooking and music. Starting with a flagon of ale toawaken the palate, the CNE takes a peek behind th ecupboard doors of early English, Irish and Scots musicaltraditions, with a "Surf & Turf" main course, topped offby dessert of puddings and pies. As a special feature, youwill be able to sample some of the traditional food anddrink at intermission!www.torontoconsort.org34 WWW. THEWHOLENOTE.COM M ARCH 1 - APRIL 7 2007

6066 x221. ; (adv); . For complete runsee music theatre listings.- 8:00: The Music Gallery. Andrew Downing'sMelodeon. Inter Avant series; live originalscores to classic silent films, like Phantom of theOpera, The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, The Shock, ATrip To The Moon. Melodeon: Andrew Downing,double bass/composer/leader; Kevin T urtotte,trumpet; William Cam, trombone; Kathleen Kajioka,violin; Tania Gill, pump organ. Saint Georgethe Martyr Church, 197 John St. 416-204-1080. ; O(sr/member); $ 5(st).- 8:00: Toronto Consort Host. Chris NormanEnsemble: Piper in the Pantry. Celebration offood, cooking & music from the English, Irish &Scots traditions, on wooden flute, guitar, harmonium,bass, percussion & vocals. Guest: DavidGreenberg, fiddle; Chris Norman Ensemble, ChrisNorman, artistic director. Intermission: Traditionalrefreshments. Trinity-St. Paul's Centre,427Bloor St. West. 416-964-6337. -.- 8:30: Living Arts Centre. Gordie Sampson,singer in Concert. Cape Breton rootsy pop songs.RBC Theatre, Living Arts Centre, 4141 LivingArts Dr., Mississauga. 905·306-6000, 888·805-8888. ,,; (eyeGO).- 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 24- 2:30: Royal Conservatory of Music CommunitySchool. Ghanaian Drumming Ensemblein Concert. Master Drummer Kwasi Dunyo leadshis students in Ghanaian singing, dancing, &drumming. RCM Concert Hall, 90 Croatia St.416-408-2824 x321. Free.- 3:30: Music Teachers National Association.Competition Winners Concert: JuniorPerformance, Chamber Music Performance,Elementary & Junior Composition. DominionBallroom, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, 123Queen St. West. 513-421·1420. Free.- 7:30: Toronto Sinfonietta. UnfinishedBusiness. 180th anniversary of Beethoven'sdeath, featuring clarinet transcription of ViolinConcerto in D, Op.61. Matthew Jaskiewicz,conductor. Calvin Presbyterian Church, 26Delisle Ave. Sinfonietta: 416-410-4379. $TBA.- 7:30: TrypTych.Dubois& Gounod. Dubois:The Seven Last Words of Christ; Gounod: MissaSolenelle. Ensemble T ryp T ych Chamber Choir;The Jubilate Singers & Sinfonia T ryp Ty ch; LenardWhiting, director. Christ Church Deer Park, 1570Yonge St. 416-763-5066 x3. ; (sr/st).- 7:30: University of Toronto Faculty ofMusic. Wind & Band Series: Celebration of Ex-M I SS ISSA U :mdr~~For Tickets:(905) 306-6000Free Underground Parkingwww.mississa ugasym phonyux:tt~4141 Living Arts Drive- Mississauga, ONploration. Music honouring historic explorationof the globe: Poole: Sailing with Archangels;Welcher: Zion; Mahr: Endurance. Wind Ensem·ble, Gillian MacKay, conductor. MacMillanTheatre, Edward Johnson Building, 80Queen's Park. 416-978·3744. ; (sr/st).- 8:00: Alata Harmonia Chorus of Canada.Brahms: A German Requiem. Lillian Sit,conductor. The P.C. Ho Theatre, Chinese CulturalCentre of Greater Toronto, 5183 SheppardAve. East. 416·321-0128. .Featuring2006 Honens First Laureate ·Minsoo SohnperformingSchumann's Piano ConcertoDvorak's Symphony No. 7With the world premiere ofMirage for Orchestraby Ronald RoyerSaturdayMar 24, 2007 at 8 p.m.- 8:00: Canadian Turkish Sufi Centre.Ahmet Ozhan: Whirling Into Peace. The mysteriesof the Whirling Dervishes, ancient musicof the Sufi; poetry of Rumi and YunusEmre. 10-piece orchestra. Main Stage, TorontoCentre for the Arts, 5040 Yonge St. 416-872-1111. ,- 8:00: Etobicoke Centennial Choir.Psalms for the King. Handel: Coronation Anthems;Mendelssohn: Psalm Cantatas; Dreigeistliche Lieder; Hear My Prayer; & otherworks. Gillian Grossman, soprano; Henry Renglich,piano accompanist/soloist; Harris Loewen, musicdirector. Royal York Road United Church, 851Royal York Rd. 416-239-1131 x49. .- 8:00: Markham Theatre for PerformingArts. The Piano Men II. Jim Witter and hisband. 171 Town Centre Blvd., Markham. 905-305-7469. .- 8:00: Mississauga Symphony. HonensLaureate. Royer: Concerto Grosso (world premiere);Schumann: Piano Concerto in a; Dvorak:www.MooredaleConcerts.comBeethovenSaturday, March 24 at 8 pm - Willowdale UnitedSunday, March 25 at 3 pm - Walter Hall, U ofTat 1 pm for children - Music and Truffles - Affordable tickets! , ( StJSr.) 416-922-3714 x103Hauntings for OrchestraComposed by Eric RobertsonFeaturingLyrics by Gary Michael Daultand readings byNonnie Griffin and Colin Foxalong withPurcell's Suite from AbdelazarCopland's Music for the TheatreSaturdayApril 21, 2007 at 8 p.m. /M ARCH 1 - APRI L 7 2007 WWW .THEWHOLENOTE.COM 35

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