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Volume 13 - Issue 1 - September 2007

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CONCERT LISTINGSToronto & GT AThis issue: Metro Toronto, Bramalea, Brampton, Kleinburg,Markham, M1ss1ssauga, Oakv1lle, Pickering, Port Credit, Thornhill.Concerts beyond the GTA PAGE 42Music Theatre/Opera/Dance PAGE 45Jazz in the Clubs PAGE 46Announcements/Workshops/Etcetera PAGE 48CAVEAT: Performers and repertoire change!Events are sometimes postponed or cancelled.Call ahead to confirm details with presenters.Saturday September O 1- 2:00: Sultans of String in Concert. ChrisMcKhoo/, violin; Kevin Laliberte, guitar; DrewBlfston, bass. Village of Yorkville Park, Toronto.416-686-1616. Free.- 8:00: Panasonic Theatre. Menopause Dutloud! Jeanie Linders, book & lyrics; Jayne Lewis,Nicole Robert, Cynthia Jones, Rose Ryan & JennyHall, performers. 651 Yonge St. 416-872-1111..95. For complete run see music theatrelistings.unday September 02-: 1 :30: McMichael Gallery. Fall Concerts.Richard Whiteman Jazz Ensemble. 10365Islington Ave., Kleinburg. 1-888-213-1121. FreeBack to Ad Indexwith admission to Gallery: , (sr/st),(family).- 4:00: Association of Improvising MusiciansTornnto/Now Lounge. Jazz & lmprovtsedMusic. Showcasing local talent. NowLounge, 189 Church St.416-769-2841-_Monday September 03-12:15: Music Mondays at Church of theHolyTrinity.MadeinCanada.100% Canadianrepertoire, incl. Leonard Cohen's Bird On a Wire(auto rickshaw); works by master drummerTlichy Sankaran. 10 Trinity Square (behind EatonCtr). 416-598-4521 x304. suggesteddonation.e nesday September 05- 12:30: Yonge-Dundas Square. SummerSerenades: Basia Bulat. Pop/folk. Yonge &Dundas Sts. 416-979-9960. Free.- 6:30: Mississauga Arts Council. SouthsideShuffle Blues & Jazz Festival. Opening Gala.Featuring the Maple Blues Band. Oasis Conven·lion Ctr, 1036 Lakeshore Rd E. Mississauga.905-271-9449.- 7:00: Civic Light Opera Company. AsThousands Cheer. By Irving Berlin. Joe Casconedirector. Fairview Library Theatre, 35 Fairview 'Mall Drive.416-755-1717. -.50. Forcomplete run see music theatre listings.- 8:30: Hugh's Room. Bill Bourne. 2261Dundas St. W. 416-531-6604. ; (adv).Thursday September 06- 12: 15: Music On The Hill. BellamusicaChamber Ensemble. Maria Thorburn, soprano;Ines Pagliari, violin; Michelle Kyle, cello; MarianneGast, piano. St. John's York Mills AnglicanChurch, 19 Don Ridge Or. 416-225-6611. Free.- 7:00: Summer Music in the Garden. Bachat Dusk. Bach: Suite #3 for solo cello, in C; shortconcert due to early sunset. Winona Zelenka,cello.Toronto Music Garden, 4 75 Queens QuayW. 416-973-4000. Free. *weather permitting*- 8:30: Hugh's Room. Danny Brooks. 2261Dundas St. West. 416-531-6604. ;{adv).Friday September 07- 7:00: Mississauga Arts Council. SouthsideShuffle Blues & Jazz Festival. Over 120 Canadianand International Blues and Jazz acts in localpubs. and on the main stage. Memorial Park, PortCredit. 905-271-9449. .75.- 8:00: Yonge-Dundas Square. GlobalGrooves: Sou/jazz Orchestra. Jazz, funk, African& Latin. Yonge & Dundas Sts. 416-979-9960.Free.- 8:30: Hugh's Room. Ron Nigrini. 2261Dundas St. West. 416-531 -6604. ;S16(adv).-: 9:00: Association of Improvising Music1a~sToronto/Arraymusic. leftover DaylightSefles. Jau & improvised music. ArraymusicStudm, Suite 218 (rear door), 60 Atlantic Ave.416-539-8752. - O(sliding scale).Saturda Se tember 08- 2:~0-10:00pm: CONTACTcontemporarymusic/Yonge-Dundas Square. Toronto (newmusic} Marathon. All-day showcase concertfeaturing performances by new music artists.Performers include: John Farah, Rob 's CollisionBitchin', Day Off, Njo Kong Kie & others. Corne;of Yonge St. & Dundas St. 416-902-701 o. Free.- 7:00: Mississauga Arts Council. SouthsideShuffle Blues & Jazz Festival. Memorial ParkPort Credit. See Sep 7. .95. '- 7:30: Hart House Theatre/Theatre as aMetaphor. The Diana Miklos Music & PoetryShow· Gregory Hoskins & layahJane. Georgelgnat1eff Theatre. Larkin Building, 15 DevonshirePlace. 416-978-8849. .- 7JO: Masi. Music and Chansons. Works byEnglish, French, and Hungarian composers. MasiEisler, voice; Joseph Macerollo, accordion;Norman Amadio, piano. Heliconian Hall, 35Hazelton Ave. 416-922-7456. .- 7:30: Phoebe Tsang, David Sandall andLaura Jones. Aid of Anguished Grief. Good:new commissioned work; JS Bach: Sonatas in GMajor, BWV 1019 & 1027; Ysaye: Sonata #6 inE Major; Eatock: Six Miniatures for Harpsichord(2004). Phoebe Tsang, violin; David Sandall,WWW, THEWHOLENOTE,COMharpsichord; Laura Jones, viola da gamba.K1mboume Park United Church, 200 WolverleighBlvd. 416-731-3599. , advance.- 7:30: Raag-Mala. Rakesh Chaurasia, flute;Subrata Bhattacharji, tabla. Medical SciencesAuditorium, 1 King's College Circle, UofT. 416-281-3725. ; (mbr); (sr); (srmbr)·(st).'- 8:_00: Moscow Sretensky MonasteryChoir. A cappella Byzantine & Russian chants;folk songs; Russian romances. Ni con Zhila,conductor. George Weston Recital Hall, TorontoCentre for the Arts, 5040 Yonge St. 416-872-1111. , , .unday September 09- 12:00 noon: Derek Macrae. Guitar soloconcert. Classical, Spanish, and popular music.Ristorante Julia, 312 Lakeshore Rd. E., Oakville.905-844-7401. No cover.- 3:00 Windermere String Quartet.Opening Concert. Mozart: Quartet in C major, K.465; Beethoven: Quartet in F major, Op. 18 No.1. Rona Goldensher & Genevieve Gilardeauviolin; Anthony Rapoport, viola; Laura Jones', cello.St. Dlave's Anglican Church, 360 WindermereAve.416-769-7054. , .- 4:00: Association of Sound HealingTechnologies and Research. World MusicPeace Concert. Ash'tar Ron Allen, Indian bambooflute, and the Whole Wide World Music Ensemble.Upstairs Studio, Village Healing Centre, 240Roncesvalles Ave. 416-545-7141. ; O(adv) free(ch w/ adult).- 4:30: Christ Church Deer Park. JazzVespers: TheJohnJohnsonOuartet. CannonballAdderley celebration. 1570 Yonge St. 416-920-5211. Free, donations welcomed.- 7:00: Mississauga Arts Council. SouthsideShuffle Blues & Jazz Festival. Memorial ParkPortCredit.SeeSep7..10. '- 7:30: Flying Cloud Folk Club. TBA.TRANZAC, 292 Brunswick Ave. 416-41 o.3655. $TBA.Monday September 1 O- 8:00: Frank Horvat. Solo piano music.Guest: Andy Sheppard, guitar. Concord Cale, 937Bloor St. W. 416-912-4173. or donation.Tuesday September 11- 8:30: Hugh's Room/Bhakti Music. TorontoInda-Jazz Music Festival. Various artists includingShantanu Bhattacharyya, Rudresh Mahanthappa,Dan Weiss, Rez Abbasi & Ravi Naimpally.2261 Dundas St. West. 416-531 -6604. ;(adv). Proceeds from the festival will createscholarship for underprivileged music students inIndia.- 12:30: Yorkminster Park BaptistChurch. Noonday Organ Recital. ChristopherDawes, organ. 1585 Yonge St. 416-922-1167.Free.WINDERMERESTRING QUARTETon period instrumentsRona Goldensher; violinGenevieve Gilardeau, violinAnthony Rapoport, violaLaura Jones, cello.Sunday, Sept. 9, 3:00.. .. .

Variationson GouldTuesday, September 25 /07Gould's Birthday CelebrationsAfrican Goldberg Variations (noon)& So You Want To Write a Fugue (eve)"Glenn Gould opened a door for me," says Toronto musician Waleed Abdulhamid."I heard a freedom in the way he played the Goldberg Variations. And I felt I reallywanted to perform this music in a North African way." Waleed brings his seven-pieceband WALEED KUSH to Glenn Gould Studio to honour Gould's creativity, and to bringhis own Sudanese view of music to Bach's mighty Goldberg Variations.Later in the day, Canada Live launches a week of special broadcasts when tenCanadian composers and pianists weave their diverse ideas around the subject of preludes and fugues.Wednesday, September 26 /07 Louis LortieGlenn Gould and the Art of TranscriptionThe first of three recitals by Canada's greatest pianists. In his tribute to Glenn Gould, Louis Lortie will beheard in a programme that celebrates Gould's fascination with transcription - notably the works of RichardWagner. This programme will also contain several musical surprises for Louis Lortie fans.Friday, September 28 /07Don Thompson & Paul GalbraithA Jazz Master meets An Innovative GuitaristDon Thompson feels that Glenn Gould's musical genius and curiosity are reflected in the work of theScottish-born guitarist Paul Galbraith. Galbraith's expanded 8-string "Brahms Guitar" will be heard intranscriptions of Byrd, Schoenberg and Bach. Bach 's harmonic genius will be celebrated by Thompson ina jazz quartet setting, comprising vibes, guitar, bass and drums.Monday, October 1 /07Glenn Gould -Andre LaplanteRussia and Russian Chamber MusicIn addition to Gould's 75th birthday and the 25th anniversary of his death, 2007 marks the 50th anniversaryof Gould's historic Russian debut. In his salute to Gould, Andre Laplante presents a programme thatincludes piano works by Scriabin, the Sonata No. 7 of Prokofiev, and Shostakovich's Piano Quintet.Tuesday, October 2 /07Hilario Duran & David VirellesCuban-born piano mastersTwo generations of Toronto-based Cuban pianists pay tribute to Glenn Gould. Young hotshot DavidVirelles brings his Quintet and established virtuoso Hilario Duran his Trio for an evening of Glenn Gouldstylepiano mastery infused with Cuban rhythmic fire. Both artists will premiere brand-new Gould-inspiredcompositions for their own groups plus string quartet.Thursday, October 4 /07Marc Andre HamelinGlenn Gould and the First and Second Viennese SchoolsWhile his name will forever be linked to the music of Bach, Gould's musical tastes were eclectic and farreaching. For the final recital Marc-Andre Hamelin performs a programme devoted to works from the Firstand Second Viennese School, from Haydn and Beethoven to Schoenberg and Berg - all works that Gouldchampioned.For further details visitwww.glenngouldstudio.comFor broadcast on CANADA LIVEHeard nightly from 8:00- 10:00 p.m.941 Fcl.QI':) di ,;q~QDD ra o~G~IYCBC • MGlenn Gould Studio, Canadian Broadcasting Centre, 250 Front St. West, TorontoSEPTEMBER 1 - OCTOBER 7 2007Back to Ad IndexWWW, TH EWHOLENOTE.COM37

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