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Volume 13 - Issue 1 - September 2007

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CONCERT LISTINGSBeyond the GT AIn this issue: Barrie, Blyth, Burlington, Camden East, Cobourg, Drayton, Grand Bend,Guelph, Hamilton, Jackson's Point, Kingston, Kitchener, Leith, Millbrook, Niagara-on-the-Lake,Orillia, Owen Sound, Penetanguishene, Picton, Port Hope, Stratford, Waterloo.Concerts: Toronto & GTA PAGE 36Music Theatre/Opera/Dance PAGE 45Jazz in the Clubs PAGE 46Announcements/Lectures/Workshops PAG E 48CAVEAT: Performers and repertoire change!Events are sometimes postponed or cancelled.Call ahead to confirm details with presenters.Saturday September 01- 2:00: Drayton Entertainment: King'sWharf Theatre. Buddy: The Buddy HollyStory. Musical biography. Alan Janes & RobBettinson, writers; Adam Furfaro, director;Zachary Stevenson, actor. 97 Jury Drive,Penetanguishene. 705-549-5555, 888·449-4463. ; 118 & under). Forcomplete run see music theatre listings.- 2:00: Drayton Entertainment: HuronCountry Playhouse. legends: A Salute toMusical Pioneers. Musical revue with classicsongs by Presley, Orbison, Lewis, The BeachBoys, The Everly Brothers, Elton John, ABBA,The Monkees, Simon & Garfunkel, Sonny &Cher, & more . Alex Mustakas, conceiver/writer/director; Robert Foster, orchestration &vocal arrangement; Gino Berti, choreographer.RR 1, B Line, Grand Bend. 519-238-6000,888-449-4463. ; 118 & under). Forcomplete run see music theatre listings.- 2:00: Red Barn Theatre. BroadwayTreasures. Songs of Lloyd Webber, Sondheim,Kander & Ebb, Styne, Herman, & others. 991Lake Dr. East, Jackson's Point. 905-722-3249, 888-733-2276. ; 165+1st 13 + /mat); 112 & under). For completerun see music theatre listings.- 2:00: Shaw Festival. Mack and Mabel.Jerry Herman, music& lyrics; MichaelStewart, book; Baayork Lee, choreographer;Paul Sportelli, musical director; Molly Smith,director and more. Festival Theatre, 10Queen's Parade, Niagara-on-the-Lake. 800-511-7429. Call for ticket prices. For completerun see music theatre listings.- 2:00: Stratford Festival. Oklahoma!Based on the play Green Grow the Lilacs byLynn Riggs. Richard Rodgers, music; OscarHammerstein II, book & lyrics; Agnes deMille, dance; Berthold Carriere, musicaldirector; Donna Feore, director/choreographerand more. Festival Theatre, 55 Queen St.,Stratford. 800-567-1600. Call for ticketprices. For complete run see music theatrelistings.- 6:00: 4th Line Theatre. Beautiful lady,Tell Me. Musical by Shirley Barrie: murdermysterybased on case of Florence Kinrade.early 1900's Vaudeville singer. Rob Fortin,Susan Newman, musical directors; MollyThom, director. Winslow Farm, 779 Zion Line,5 minute S. of Millbrook. 705-932-4445,800-814-0055. ; 165+/st); 15·16).- 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo ChamberMusic Society. Bach (arr Sitkovetsky}:Goldberg Variations. Matt Haimovitz, cello;Douglas McNabney, viola; Jonathan Crow,violin. KWCMS Music Room, 57 Young St.West, Waterloo. 519-886-1673. ;1sr); 1stlch).Sunday September 02- 2:00: Stratford Festival. My One andOnly. 30's-era comedy about daredevil pilotwooing bathing beauty. George Gershwin &Ira Gershwin, music & lyrics; Peter Stone &Timothy S. Mayer, book; Berthold Carriere,musical director; Michael Lichtefeld, director/choreographer. Avon Theatre, 99 Downie St.,Stratford. 800-567 -1600. Call for ticketprices. For complete run see music theatrelistings.Tuesday September 04- 7:30: River Run Centre. The SongbirdCale. Local acoustic singer/songwriters. CooperatorsHall, 35 Woolwich St., Guelph.519-763-3000, 800-520-2408. .Wednesday September 05- 10:45pm: Desjardins. Guelph JazzFestival. Jah Youssouf w/Louis Melville, DaveClark, Jayme Stone, Damian Nisenson Trio,Jayme Stone Quartet and more. Location tba,Guelph. 866-908-9090, 519-763-4952.- 2:00: Shaw Festival. Tristan. Musicaladaptation from Thomas Mann's short storyset at a spa in the Alps. Jay Turvey and PaulSportelli, book, music & lyrics; Glynis Ranney,Jeff Madden, Donna Belleville & others,players; Paul Sportelli, music director; EdaHolmes, director. Court House Theatre, 26Queen Street, Niagara-on-the-Lake. 800-511-7429. Call for ticket prices. For completerun see music theatre listings.- 8:00: Blyth Festival. The Ballad ofStompin' Tom. Revue with songs of Stompin'Tom Connors; story of Canada's most prolifictroubadour & champion of the working man.Dave Scott, writer; Eric Coates, director.Blyth Centre for the Arts, 423 Queen St.519-523-9300, 877-862-5984. ;.501sr); .5Dlyouth). For complete runsee music theatre listings.Thursday September 06- 8:00: Red Barn Theatre. Memories ofHank and Patsy. Marie Bottrell and AaronSolomon. Red Barn Theatre, 991 Lake Dr. E.,Jackson's Point. 1-888-733-2276. , (st.lsr), (children). For complete runsee music theatre listings.Friday September 07- 8:00: Brad Halls. Words and Music: GreatSongs from Great Britain. lvor Novello & NoelCoward to Ray Noble & Jimmy Kennedy,Lionel Bart & Andrew Lloyd Webber. CatherineFord, Andrea DeBoer-Jones, vocal; BradHalls, piano/vocal. Concert Hall, Victoria Hall,55 King St. West, Cobourg. 905-372-2210,888-262-6874. .- 8:00: Sultans of String in Concert.Chris McKhool, violin; Kevin Laliberte, guitar:OrewBirston, bass. Manhattan's, 951 GordonStreet, Guelph. 519-767-2440.Saturda Se tember 08- 7:30: Brenda Lewis & John Zadro.Jazz Standards with a Hint of R&B. BrendaLewis, vocal; John Zadro, piano. Royal StoneRestaurant & Bar, 105 Macdonell St., TravelodgeHotel, Guelph. 519-821 -3343.- 8:00: Brad Halls. Words and Music: GreatSongs from Great Britain. Concert Hall,Victoria Hall, Cobourg . See Sep 7.Sunday September 09- 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo ChamberMusic Society. Centennial Recital. Grieg:Lyrical Pieces Op.54; Holberg Suite Op.40;Sonata in e Op.7; Haydn: Sonata in A Major.Derek Yaple-Schobert, piano. KWCMS MusicRoom, 57 Young St. West, Waterloo. 519-886-1673. , 1sr), 1st).Wednesda Se tember 12- 11 :30am: St. Paul's Anglican Church.1 lth & 18th Century Keyboard Music. Heron:Voluntary in G; Cornet Voluntary; Beethoven:Sonata in c, Op.13; Bach: French Suite in E.Michel Allard, piano/organ/harpsichord. 9Douro St., Stratford. 519-271-4527. , insupport of St. Paul's Food Bank.- 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo ChamberMusic Society. Theme and Variations. Bach:Violin Sonata #2 13 mvts); Ponce: SonataMeridional; Zurakowsky: several pieces.Stephan Zurakowsky, guitar. KW CMS MusicRoom, 57 Young St. West, Waterloo. 519-886-1673. , O(sr), (st).Saturday September 15- 7:30: Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra.The Canadian Brass! James Sommerville,conductor. Hamilton Place, 1 Summers Lane.905-526-7756. -, -(sr),Back to Ad IndexWWW. TH EWHOLENOTE.COM

$ lO(st), (child).- 7:30: Music at St Luke's. A solo concert.Works by J.S. Bach. Dominic Florence, piano;Kelly Tiernay, flute. Great Hall of the ParishHall, 1832 Ontario Street, Burlington . 905·639-7643. - 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo ChamberMusic Society. lemlinsky Ouartet. Haydn:Op. 76/5; Dvorak: F major Op. 96 "American";Suk: Meditation on an old Czech chorale.Franti~ek Soucek & Petr Strizek, violins; PetrHolman, viola; Vladimir Fortin, cello. KW CMSMusic Room, 57 Young St. West, Waterloo.519-886-1673. , (sr). (st).Tuesday September 18- 2:00: Drayton Entertainment: DraytonFestival Theatre. Man of la Mancha. ByDale Wasserman, based on Cervantes' saga ofDon Ouixote, the deluded knight errant. MitchLeigh, music; Joe Darion, lyrics. 33 WellingtonSt. South, Drayton. 519-638-5555, 888-449-4463. ; (prev); (18 & under).For complete run see music theatre listings.Wednesday September 19- 7:30: Sultans of String in Concert.Chris McKhoo/, violin; Kevin Laliberte, guitar;Drew Birston, bass. The Oasis, 31 King StreetEast, Cobourg. 905-372-6634.Thursday September 20- 7:30: Prince Edward County MusicFestival. Chamber Music Concert 1. Mozart:Trio in E-flat for piano, clarinet and viola,K.498 (Kegelstatt); Burge: Elegy as a MessageLeft on an Answering Machine for baritone,clarinet and piano; Still Time for cello andpiano; Tchaikovsky: Trio in a for violin, celloand piano, Op.50. Anne Robert, violin; PaulMarleyn, cello; James Campbell, clarinet;John Burge, composer; Stephane Lemelin,artistic director/piano and more. Church of St.Mary Magdalene, 335 Main St., Picton. 613-393-3798. ; O(st).Friday September 21- 7:30: Port Hope Jazz Inc. Jazz in thePark· The Sixth Annual A/I-Canadian JazzFestival. Harrison Kennedy Blues Band;Kellylee Evans. Walton Street. Port Hope.905-885-1938. .- 7:30: Prince Edward County MusicFestival. Chamber Music Concert 2. Burge:Sonata Breve# 2 for clarinet and piano; BluePsalm for baritone and piano; Schumann:Dichterliebe for baritone and piano, Op.48;Brahms: Quartet for piano and strings in A,Op.26. Anne Robert, violin; Paul Marleyn,cello; James Campbell, clarinet; John Burge,composer; Stephane Lemelin, artistic director/piano and more. Church of St. MaryMagdalene, 335 Main St., Picton. 613-393-3798. ; O(st).- 8:00: Colours of Music./ TromboniTrombone Ouintet. Works by Rachmaninoff,Mussorgsky. First Christian Reformed Church,33 Shirley Ave., Barrie. 705- 725-1070.; (with passport).- 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo ChamberMusic Society. Flatiron Trio. Brahms: TrioNo. 2 in c. Op. 99; Shostakovich: Trio #1;Beethoven: Symphony no. 2(arr. For trio byBeethoven). Nurit Pacht. violin; Jeremy Findlaycello; Elena Braslavsky, piano. KWCMS MusicRoom, 57 Young St. West. Waterloo. 519-886-1673. , (sr), (st).- 8:00: Opera Ontario. Great SingerRecital Series. Ben Heppner, tenor; John Hess,piano. Hamilton Place, 1 Summer's Lane.905-526-6556, 800-575-1381. -.- 8:00: Sultans of String in Concert.Chris McKhool, violin; Kevin Laliberte, guitar;Drew Birston, bass. Books tore Cale, CamdenEast. 613-378-1102. , (st.)- 8:00: SweetWater Music Weekend.Faculty In Concert. Works by Pandolfi, Haydn,Boccherini, Schulhoff. Jonathan Crow, violin;Rosanne Wieringa, flute; Peter Longworth,piano; Mark Fewer, violin/artistic director;Virginia Barron, viola/associate director andmore. Historic Leith Church, 419134 TomThomson Lane, Leith . 519-371-1754. .- 8:00: Westside Concert Theatre.Cabaret. Tina Rath, choreographer; ColinLapsley, music director; Nupi Lapsley, director.434 King St. West. Hamilton. 905-777-9777, 877-572-3773. For complete run seemusic theatre listings.Saturday September 22- 1 O:OOam: Colours of Music. CoffeeCabaret: Songs of Broadway. Randy Johnston,vocals; Jason White, keyboards. CentralUnited Church, 54 Ross St., Barrie. 705-725-1070. ; (with passport).- 12:00 noon: Colours of Music. JeremyFindlay, cello, & Elena Braslavsky, piano.Works by Schumann, Janacek, Gemrot.Burton Avenue United Church, 37 Burton Ave.,Barrie. 705-725-1070. ; free(withpassport).- 2:30: Colours of Music. lemlinskyOuartet. Guest: Elena Braslavsky, piano;Zemlinsky (Quartet-In-Residence): FrantisekSoucek, Petr Strizek, violins; Petr Holman,viola; Vladimir Fortin, cello. Central UnitedChurch, 54 Ross St., Barrie. 705- 725-1070.; free(with passport).- 7:30: Prince Edward County MusicFestival. Chamber Music Concert 3. Ravel:Histoires naturelles, for baritone and piano;Burge: Trio for violin, cello and piano (premiere);Dohnanyi: Sextet for piano, violin, viola,cello, clarinet and horn, Op.37. Anne Robert,violin; Paul Marleyn, cello; James Campbell,clarinet; John Burge, composer; StephaneLemelin, artistic director/piano and more. TheChurch of St. Mary Magdalene, 335 Main St.,Picton. 613-393-3798. ; $ lO(st).- 8:00: Port Hope Jazz Inc. Jau in thePark· The Sixth Annual All-Canadian JazzFestival. Doug Riley; Mike Murley & DioneTaylor. Walton Street. Port Hope. 905-885-1938. .- 8:00: SweetWater Music Weekend.Faculty In Concert. Works by Ro rem, Buczynski,Mendelssohn. Jonathan Crow, violin;Rosanne Wieringa, flute; Peter Longworth,(!if~~ce~With Kolja Blacher~Claudio Abbado'sfavourite soloist,one of Germany'sgreatest violinists,Kolja Blacher joinsMarco Pa risotto foran evening ofexciting music.FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 28, 20077:30 pm Calvary Baptist ChurchOSHAWABack to Ad IndexTICKETS:GENERAL ST U DE N T $ 1 5 r;~luded905-579-6711Available on-line at OS H AWA DURHAMwww.odso.ca SYMPHONY ORCHESTRAili] Canada Trust ~~icJoEy & Toby lANENbAuMWWW. TH EWHOLENOTE,COM 43

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