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Volume 12 - Issue 6 - March 2007

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... CONCERTS: Toronto

... CONCERTS: Toronto and GTA- 8:00: Tafelmusik. St. John Passion. By Bach.Guests: Les Voix Baroques; Charles Daniels, tenor;Dorothee Mields, soprano; Matthew White,countertenor; Colin Balzer, tenor; Stephan Macleod,baritone; Jeanne Lamon, director.Trinity­St. Paul's Centre, 427 Bloor St. West. 416-964-6337. -; -165+/st).- 8:00: The Music Gallery/Continuum ContemporaryMusic. Glitch. Classic Avant series;new & archaic audiovisual technologies on a collision-coursewith chamber music. Lizee: NewWork; Love Theme, for percussion + Simon'"handheld game; Magnanensi: New Work; Brooke:Double; Hall: Night Dancing. Wallace Halladay,saxophone; Vilma Vitals, mezzo-soprano; TheContinuum Ensemble_ Saint George the MartyrChurch, 197 John St. 416-924-4945.; 1sr/member/arts workers); (stcheap seats).Friday March 30- 12: 15: St. Andrew's United Church.Ronald Jordan, organ, in Recital. 32 Main St.North, Markham. 905-295-0351. Free.- 12:30: York University Department ofMusic. Music at Midday: York U ChamberStrings. Peggy Hills, director. Tribute CommunitiesRecital Hall, Accolade East, YU, 4700Keele St. 416-736-5888. Free.- 7:30: Jean Stilwell. Carmen Unlipped:Premiere Performance & CO launch. Mix ofmusical theatre, cabaret, opera & jazz classics;Bizet: Habanera; Falling in Love Again; Last NightWhen We Were Young, cabaret songs by Marcy& Zina, new songs by John Bucchino; conceived& perfo1111ed by Jean Stilwell, mezzo-soprano,and Patti Loach, piano. The Ernest Balmer StudioatT apestry New Opera Works, Studio 316,Building 58: The Cannery, 55 Mill Street, theDistillery District. 416-537-6066 x221. ;(sr/st). *SOLD OUT, see Apr 1 *- 7:30:U of T Faculty of Music. U of T SymphonyOrchestra. Mahler: Symphony #1; Bruckner:Te deum. MacMillan Singers, Doreen Rao,director; University Women's Chorus, RobertCooper, director; Master Chorale, BrainerdBlyden-Taylor & Lori-Anne Dolloff, directors;University ol Toronto Symphony Orchestra;Agnes Grossmann, guest conductor. MacMillanTheatre, Edward Johnson Building, 80 Queen'sPark_ 416-978-3744. ; Olsr/st).- 7:30: York University Department ofMusic. York U Gospel Choir. Songs byHoughton, Smallwood, Pace, Kee, Carr, Crouchand Burke_ Karen Burke, director. Tribute CommunitiesRecital Hall, Accolade East, YU,4700 Keele St. 416-736-5888. $12; (st).- 8:00: Amici Chamber Ensemble. The Disquiet.Beethoven: String Trio, for violin, viola andcello, Op.9; Chan Ka Nin: The Disquiet, forclarinet & string trio; Dohnanyi: Sextet in C,for piano, clarinet, horn, violin, viola, & cello.Yehanotan Berick, violin; John Zerbel, horn;Steven Dann, viola; Patricia Parr, piano; DavidHetherington, cello; Joaquin Valdepeiias, clarinet.Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front St. West. 416-205-5555. ; (sr); (st).- 8:00: I Furiosi. The Final Frontier. Musicinspired by outer space, astronomers, & Trekkies;Rameau: Mercury's Flight; Handel: Jupiter'saria, from Semele; Lawes: 0 Gentle Charon;Gali lei: Fantasia VI. Guest: Olivier Fortin,harpsichord. Calvin Presbyterian Church, 26Delisle Ave. 416-536-2943. ; O(sr/st).Thursday, March 29 ~ 7:3optnConcert of SoloistsYork UniversitySymphony OrchestraMark Chambers, directorWorks by Beethoven, Gounod,Mozart, Offenbach,Verdi, von Weber.Sunday, April I~ 3:00ptnYork University WindSymphony & Wind EnsembleWilliam Thomas, directorYork UniversityPercussion EnsembleJohn Brownell, directorWorks by Cable, Calleja, Coakley,Gershwin, Nelson, Reed, Ridout.Guest artist:Daniel Rubinoff, saxophoneThe celebrated AMICI CHAMBER ENSEMBLEreturns to the Glenn Gould Studio for its 2007concert series.THE DISQUIETFRIDAY, MARCH 30, 20078PM- Glenn Gould Studio (250 Front Street W)Yehonatan Be rick, violinJohn Zirbel, hornSteven Dann, violaPatricia Parr, pianoDavid Hetherington, celloJoaquin Valdepefias,clarinetBee th oven String Trio op . 9 for violin. viola & celloChan Ka Nin The Disquiet.for clarinet & string trioDohnanyi Sextet in C Major for piano.clarinet.horn. violin. viola and cello38Back to Ad Indexredefine THE POSSIBLE.Tickets: Regular I Seniors S40 I Students For information on concert tickets please call416.205.5555 or 416.368.8743WWW. THEWHOLENOTE.COM M ARC H 1 - APRIL 7 2007

- 8:00: Living Arts Centre. Shaye, in Concert.East -coast derived music. Kim Stockwood, Dam·hnait Doyle & Tara Maclean, singers/songwrit·ers. Hammerson Hall, Living Arts Centre, 4141Living Arts Dr., Mississauga. 905-306-6000,888-805-8888. -; (eyeGQ).- 8:00: Massey Hall. Rheostatics. Their unique"prog-rock" ·"orchestral psychedelia" sound. 15Shuter St. 416-872-4255. .50-.50.- 8:00: RCM. Great Artist Series: BrassArtists of The Royal Conservatory. Solo andchamber works. Faculty members; AndrewMcCandless, trumpet; Gord Wolle, trombone.RCM Concert Hall, 90 Croatia St. 416-408·2824 x321. ; Dlsr/st).- 8:00: Tafelmusik. St. John Passion. Trini·ty-St. Paul's Centre. See Mar 29.- 8:00: The Rose Theatre/BernardSchmidt Productions. Samarabalouf. Originalmusic in the spirit of Gypsy jazz star DjangoReinhardt, influenced by calypso, blues, rock &roll, waltz & Arabic themes. 1 Theatre Lane,Brampton. 905-874-2800. -.- 8:00: University of Western Ontario.UWO Symphony Orchestra/UWO Choirs:Alumni Gala Concert. Guest: Jackalyn Short,soprano; Louise Pitre, alto; Theodore Baerg,baritone; James McKay, conductor. GeorgeWeston Auditorium, Toronto Centre for theArts, 5040 Yonge St. 519-661-2043, 416·872-1111. ; Dlsr/st).- 8: OD: Vic Chorus. Annual Spring Concert.MacMillan: Celtic Mass For The Sea (selec·tions); folksongs from South America, IrvingBerlin choral highlights. Guests: Celtic bandLDKA; Taylor Sullivan, director. Isabel BaderTheatre, Victoria College, Uo!T, 93 Charles St.West. 416-813-4092. Free.-8:30: Hugh's Room. Kelly-Joe Phelps.2261 Dundas St. West. 416-531-6604. ;(adv).- 9:00pm: Association of ImprovisingMusicians Toronto/Arraymusic. leftoverDaylight Series. Jazz & improvised music. Studio, Suite 218 (rear door), 60 AtlanticAve. 416-539-8752. - Dlsliding scale).Saturday March 31- 2:30 & 8:00: Markham Theatre forPerforming Arts. Stardust Follies. Song,dance and comedy musical. 171 Town CentreBlvd., Markham. 905-305-7469. .- 3:30: Sinfonia Toronto. Conversations.Mozart: Adagio and Fugue; Bach: Concerto forTwo Violins ind; Dvorak: Sextet (Mvts 2 & 4,orchestral version); Beethoven: Serenade(Mvts 1 & 5). Phoebe Tsang, Liana Berube,violin; Nurhan Arman, conductor. Walmer Centre,188 Lowther Ave. 416-499-0403. ;(sr); $12(st/ 16-29).- 7:00: Canadian Sinfonietta. Wine andCheese Concert. Schumann: Marchenbilder (4pieces for Piano and Violin), Op.113; Rival: PianoTrio; Shostakovich: Piano Quintet, Op.57.Michael Esch, piano; Joyce Lai, Renee London,violins; Aleksandar Gajic, viola; Andras Weber,cello; Tak-Ng Lai, conductor. Heliconian Hall, 35Hazelton Ave. 905· 707-1200 x2. ; (sr);(st with I DI; ( 11 & under).- 7:30: Amadeus Choir. From Darkness tolight. Henderson: From Darkness to Light; Ouru·fie: Requiem; Copland: In the Beginning. AndreaLudwig, mezzo-soprano; Nelson Lohnes, bari·tone; Matthew Larkin, organ; Lydia Adams, con·ductor. Yorkminster Park Baptist Church, 1585Yonge St. 416-446-0188. ; (sr/st).- 7:30: Clarkson Community Concerts.Cadence. Four men, four microphones, no in·struments create a full range of instrumentalsounds using only their voices; Top-40 musicfrom the 60s to the present. Christ Church,1700 Mazo Cr., Clarkson. 905-855-0112.; (sr/st); (12 & under).- 7:30: University of Toronto Faculty ofMusic. Wind & Band Series. Works by Copland,Persichetti, Sparke, Reed & student con·certo competition winner. Symphonic Winds,Jeffrey Reynolds, conductor. MacMillan Thea·tre, Edward Johnson Building, 80 Dueen'sPark. 416-978-3744. ; (sr/st).SATURDAY MARCH 31 CONTINUESGREAT ARTISTSBRASS ARTISTS OF THE ROYAL CONSERVATORYAndrew McCandless trumpetGord Wolfe tromboneVanessa Lee pianoWith special guestsNeil Deland hornSasha Johnson tubaStephanie Lavoie trumpetMusic by Jolivet, Persichetti, McDougall,Tilson Thomas and moreFRIDAY MARCH 30, 8 PMRCM Concert Hall90 Croatia Street (Bloor & Dufferin)Adults , Students & Seniors Group rates available416.408.2824, ext.• +I Ca r~a d1an Patrim_oinc ~. Herilage canadienAn evening of J.S.Bach's Trio Sona ·~~fr.' ".tas composed al the Court of Cothen ~;between 1717 and 1721 a penod r;which Bach himself desrnbecl as the;~( " : l • - ' 'happiest years of his lifeBWV 1037,1039 1040, 1028on period 1nstrun1e11ts'·•'~~·Paul Meyer violin , ...Nicolai Tarasov. oboe, .~ .'.~Laura Jones, viola da gamba ~i · '-j/Y{'-;t•Paul Jepkins. organ 1 .I ' 'i , "'Eastminster United Church, 310 Danforth Avenue(between the Broadview and Chester subway stations)Tickets (regular)1 (senior/student)Call 416-927-9089, or go t?;. "''""'·'.1ca~!myco1:'c~~seri~~·c~mWcs'ternM AR C H 1 - APR IL 7 2007 WWW. TH EWHOLENOTE.COM 39

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