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Volume 12 - Issue 7 - April 2007

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3:00 pm, Sunday, May 6, 2007Reception to follow ConcertGrace Church on-the-Hill300 Lonsdale Road (at Russell Hill)Tickets: // 416-488-7884 ex: 333... CONCERTS: Toronto and GTA- 8:00: Mississauga Symphony. Into tlleWest. A Cowboy Concett. Morass: The BigCountry; Ginastera: Estancia: Ballet Suite; Fazzi:Western Suite for Guitar and Orchestra; Living·ston/Evans: Theme from Bonanza; Williams: TheCowboy Overture; Tiomkin: High Noon; Barry:Dances with Wolves; Broughton: Silverado.Guests: Alvin Tung, guitar; Mississauga YouthOrchestra, Gregory Burton, conductor; Mississau·ga Symphony, John Barnum, conductor. Hammer·son Hall, Living Arts Centre, 4141 Living ArtsDr., Mississauga. 905·306·6000, 888·8 05·8888. ,.- 8:00: Newton brook Nights ConcertSeries. C/1amber Music Concet1. Classical tocontemporary. Judith deHaney, piano; RobTrite, clarinet; Carina Reeves, cello. Newton·brook United Church, 53 Cummer Ave. 416·222·5417. .- 8:00: Sinfonia Toronto. SunshineCherney: Illuminations; Britten: Les lllumina·tions; Dvorak: Sextet. orchestral version.Aline Kutan, soprano; Nurhan Arman.conductor. Grace Church on·the·Hill, 300Lonsdale Rd. 416-499·0403. ; (sr);$12(16·29/st).- 8:00: The Music Gallery. Amold D1eyblatt. Classic Avant series; American compos·er and visual artist, compositions based onharmonics. Saint George the Martyr Church,197 John St. 416·204· 1080. ; O(sr/member); (st).- 8:00: Toronto Mendelssohn YouthChoir. The Music of Paul Halley. Sacred andgospel arrangements, love songs for spring·time. James Bourne, accompanist; NoelEdison, Robert Anderson, conductors. ChristChurch Deer Park, 1570 Yonge St. 416-598·0422 x2 1. ; (sr/st).- 8:00:Village Voices . love Notes. Love inits many musical forms. madrigals, classical& romantic songs, & show tunes. Guests: theRob Christian Quartet; Joan Andrews, direc·tor. St. Patrick's Catholic Church, 5633Highway #7, Markham. 905·294·8687. ;free(l 2 & under).- 8:00: voxworks . Dead Poets Society IRobet1 Bndges & Friends. Vocal works byBerkeley, Bridge, Finzi, Gurney, Holst, &Moeran. Paula Wing, reader; James Wells,artistic director. St. Martin·in·the·FieldsChurch, 151 Glenlake Ave. 416· 769·0111..- 8:30: Hugh's Room. R!fa Ch1atel!i 2261Dundas St. West. 416·531 ·6604. ;(adv).Sunday May 06- lO:OOam:Royal Conservatory ofMusic Community School Suzuki De·partment Annual Non Competitive SuzukiFestival' P1a11a Runs to 5:00; also Apr 29,May 13. Various rooms, 90 Croatia St. 416·408·2825. Free; students must register toparticipate.- 11 :OOam & 2:00: Solar Stage Chil·dren's Theatre. The Beat Bmthers. Perform·ers record multiple instruments to create alarge band sound of blues, jazz, world beat &soul, for ages 4 to 10. Concourse Level, 4950Yonge St. 416·368·8031. .- 1 :30: CAMMAC/McMichael Art Gal·lery. S1111day Co11cet1 Series. Mary Kenedi,Strings AttachedSunday, May 6, 2007, 7:30 p.m.Jane Mallett TheatreBramwell Tovey, Chief ConductorMark Fewer, violin soloistThe HSSB's Chief Conductor and Artistic Advisor will be joined byVancouver Symphony Concertmaster Mark Fewer for a remarkableevening of music-making. This concert will feature the world premier ofTovey's Nine Daies Wonder for solo violin, brass band and percussioncommissioned by the HSSB. In this work, Mark Fewer will spin the tale ofthe legendary comic Shakespearean actor Will Kemp (a contemporaryand friend of the playwright) who danced from London lo Norwich fornine days straight in 1600. Other featured works include Holst's St. Paul'sSuite, Cable's Banks of Newfoundland and Hiscock's Mummer's Carnival.Th is concert is generously sponsored by Tsubaki of Canada Limited. T T!illl:l/.11(1"Powerful and versatile"John Terauds, Th e TorontoStarCall the St. Lawrence Centre Box Office416-366-7723 or 1-800-708-6754or book on-line www.stlc.comVisit us at www.hssb.caGet set for the HSSB's ga la fundraising evening at the Royal CanadianYacht Club's Toronto Islands Clubhouse, Monday June 18th, 2007. Ticketsand information availab le by calling the HSSB's office: 416-425-2874"ii))'O YArnAHA L NSK "0011/rr411 NTN """"cAN"'"'"''""" RT''/llm rr 5K.F" scHAEFFLERla SOCAN Long & McQuade ftuit/alr

classical pianist. 10365 Islington Ave.,Kleinburg. 905-893 1121, 888-2131121.Admission with gallery price: ; (sr/st);(family); free(5 & under).- 2:00: Oakville Chamber Orchestraun4gettable. See May 5. St. Simon's Church,1450 Litchfield Rd, Oakville.- 2:00: Oakville Wind Orchestra. Spn11gConcert. Chris Arthurs, conductor. OakvilleCentre for the Performing Arts, 130 Navy St.,Oakville. 905-815-2021 , 888-489 7784.$TBA.- 2:00: Off Centre Music Salon. SpanishSl8sta. A Musical Joumey tl11vugh Andalusiawith 3 Spanimds, 2 Frenchmen, a few Russians and a Pole. Works by Granados, Turin a,de Falla, Ravel, Debussy, Glinka & others.Agathe Martel, soprano; Benjamin Butterfield,tenor. Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front St.West. 416-466-1870. ; (sr/st).- 2:00: Royal Conservatory of Music.Community School Concert Senes: RCMOrchestras m Concert. Young orchestras' year·end concert. Concert Hall, 90 Croatia St. 416·408-2824 x321 . ; (sr/st).- 2:30: Alicier Arts Chamber Music.Spanish Accents. Bizet: Carmen Fantasy;Bernstein: West Side Story (selections); &other works. Guests: The Mirobolus Trio, theLakeshore Brass; Phoebe Tsang, violin/artisticdirector; Kim Schemeit, flute/artistic director.St. George's-on-the-Hill Anglican Church,4600 Dundas St. West. 416· 731 -3599. ;$ l 2(sr/st/artworkers); O(ch).- 3:00: Choirs of Grace Church on·the­Hill. Praise tile lord, 0 My Soul: Canticles &Anthems for Evenson{) Ager: The Ransomedof the Lord (world premiere); Magnificat &Nunc Dimittis; Carter: Praise the Lord, 0 MySoul (Canadian premiere); works by Holman,Kodaly, Mendelssohn, Raminsh & Parry.Melva Treffinger Graham, conductor. GraceChurch on-the-Hill, 300 Lonsdale Rd. 416-488·7884 x333. ; Olsr); (st).- 3:00: Echo Women's Choir. Work1!1g 1/1Ham1ony. Salute to the workers of the world;The Ballad of Springhill, & other songs about1coal mining in French (Les Charbonniers deI' En fer), Spanish, & English; dance & celebrationsongs in Turkish; U.S. mountain music;We Do the Work; Transit Song. Guest:Michael St. George, Dub poet; Alan Gasser,Becca Whitla, conductors. Church of the HolyTrinity, 10 Trinity Square. 416-588-9050 x3.; $ l 2(adv); (sr/st/un(der)waged).- 3:00: Syrinx Sunday Salons . PaminaStnr1g Duartet. Schubert: Quartettsatz,D.703; Coulthard: String Quartet; Glick: StringQuartet #2; Dvorak: String Quartet #8 in E.Marie Berard, Jin-Shan Dai, violins; CarolynBlackwell, viola; Roberta Janzen, cello. TheHeliconian Hall, 35 Hazelton Ave. 416-654·0877. ; $ l 5(st).- 3:00: Toronto Chamber Choir. Katfeemusik: Joan and Geoff1ey Riggs Bach CantataSeiies. Bach: Cantata BWV.78. (Jesu, derdumeine Seele), with analysis & demonstration. Fullorchestra, David Fallis, director. Christ ChurchDeer Park, 1570 Yonge St. 416-763-1695., (including refreshments).- 3:00: TSO. Kahane Plays and Conducts.Ravel: Piano Concerto in G; Haydn: Symphony#99 in E-flat; Dvorak: Symphony #7 ind,Op.70. Jeffrey Kahana, piano/conductor.George Weston Recital Hall, Toronto Centrefor the Arts, 5040 Yonge St. 416-872-1111..75-.75.- 4:00: Association of Improvising Musi·cians Toronto/Now Lounge. Jazz & lmprovised Music. Showcasing local talent. NowLounge, 189 Church St. 416-769-2841. .- 4:00: Panda Eye Passion. Mother's DayItalian Classics Gala Concert. Italian songs,love duets, children's choruses, opera arias,and Oriental melodies. Canadian Children'sOpera Chorus; Jennifer Fina, Natalie Rogerson,singers; Mario Zhang, tenor; OrchestraToronto; Ann Cooper Gay, Errol Gay, conductors.Main Stage, Toronto Centre for the Arts,5040 Yonge St. 416-872-1111 . -; extra for post-concert wine reception.- 4:00: RCM. Community School ConceitSenes: RCM Clwirs 1n Concert Vox Continental;Lyric Singers; Silver Singers; Linda Eyman,12th Season!at Glenn Go uld Studio, 250 Fro nt St. W .j Sunday May 6th, 2:00 pmSpanish Siesta: A musical journeythrough Andalusia with 3 Spaniards, 2Frenchmen, a few Russians and a Pole!French Canadian soprano Agathe Martel,, though we assure you, she 1s Spanish at heart! -ushers in t he spring wit h the tantalizing soundsof castanets and swishing flamenco skirts in themusic o f Granados, T urina, de Falla and the irhonorary Spanish brothers Ravel, Debussy,Gl inka, Rimsky-Ko rsakov, Shostakovich andMoszko wski. Artistic Directors and pianistsInna Perkis and Boris Zarankin join he r inour exciting season fi nale. jOle!director. St. Leonard's Anglican Church, 25Wanless Ave. 416-408-28 24 x321. Free,donations welcome.- 4:00 & 7:30: St John's York MillsAnglican Church Mus1cfest OHiCanada Lighthearted look at the artists &music of Canada; audience participation.1 OD + English handbells; three choirs;instruments; Christopher Jaaskelainen,fiddler; Carolyn Martin, director. 19 DonRidge Dr. 416-225-6611. ; $ 5(ch).Proceeds to Sleeping Children Around theWorld, Toronto's Street Outreach Services,St. John's.- 7:00: Richmond Hill United Church.Annual Sp(l/1g Choral Concert With accompaniment.10201 Yonge St., Richmond Hill. 905-884-1301. , or PWYC.- 7:00:TrypTych. Bmadway Shovlifunes &Music Tracks Ensemble TrypTych ChamberChoir, Lenard Whiting, director.Trinity PresbyterianChurch, 2737 Bayview Ave. 416-763-5066 x3. ; (sr/st).- 7:30: Ourham Chamber Orchestra.Dance Works. Dance works by Mozart,Tchaikovsky, Bartok & others. John Kraus,director. Performing Arts Centre, Notre DameCSS, 1375 Harwood Ave. North, Aja x. 705-749-5839. $TBA.- 7:30: Flying Cloud Folk Club. EveGoldberg 1n Concert. The TRANZAC, 292Brunswick Ave. 416-410-3655. 2;(sr); (st).- 7:30: Hannaford Street Silver Band.Strings Attached. Tovey: Nine Daies Wonder,for solo violin, brass band and percussion(relating Will Kemp's legendary 1600 jig fromLondon to Norwich, with jigs & reels, andspeeches from Shakespeare (world premiere));Sarasate: Zigeunerweisen; Gaylor (arr Hiscock):Canadian Landscape; Major-Marothy:Mischievous Spirit; Holst (arr Kenyon): St.Paul's Suite; three Newfoundland songs. MarkFewer, violin/actor; Bramwell Tovey, chiefconducto r. 6:45: Chat, Ray Tizzard withBramwell Tovey & Mark Fewer; intermission:silent auction. Jane Mallett Theatre, St.Lawrence Centre for the Arts, 27 Front St.East. 416-366· 7723, 800-708-6754. ;$ 28(sr); $ 23(s t).- 7:30: Royal Conservatory of Musi c.Community School Concert Series. RCM JazzEnsemble Tunes of Roger Man tie and TheRCM Jazz Ensembl e. Concert Hall, 90 CroatiaSt. 41 6-408-2824 x32 1. Free.- 7:30: York Symphony Orchestra. GreatFilm Music. Corigliano: Chaconne from the RedViolin; Rota: La Strada Suite; Morricone:Music from the Mission; Custer: Music from007; Williams: Harry Potter Suite. Guest:Joanna Tang, violin; Gregory Burton, conduc·tor. Markham Theatre for the PerformingArts, 171 Town Centre Blvd., Markham. 905-305-7469. ; (sr/st); Dlunder121- 8:00: Evergreen Club ContemporaryGamelan. Sunda Songs. Songs of love, loss,longing & devotion, from Sunda (West Java,Indonesia); classical repertoire to popularcompositions by Nano Suratno, Mark Duggan,Bill Parsons, & John Wyre. Guests: JenniferMoore, Suba Sankaran, Maryam Tollar,vocals; Blair Mackay, artistic director. LulaLounge, 1585 Dundas St. West. 416-588-0307. ; $ 5(sr/st)_Monday May 07- 8:00: Toronto Theatre Organ Society/Kiwanis Club of Casa Loma/ORGANIX07. S1mo11 Gledhill, theatre organ, in Recital.Light classics, showtunes & popular songsfrom the past hundred years or so, on themighty Wurlitzer in the Great Hall. Casa Loma,One Austin Terrace. 416-241-9785. .END: TORONTO & GTAAlicier ArtsChamber MusicpresentsSpanish AccentsMay 6 at 2:30 pmSt. Georges-on-the-HillAnglican ChurchThe Mirobolus TrioA l icie r Arts The Lakeshore BrassChambe r Mus ic Phoebe Tsanu violinand Kim Schern;i·t, flutewww.alicierarts.comEnjoy the intimacy of the 19th Century Salon with our"special blend" of music, poetry and pastry.1

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