Views
4 years ago

Volume 13 - Issue 2 - October 2007

C HRJST C HURCH DEER

C HRJST C HURCH DEER PARKC HRISTMAS OPERA COMPANY OF T ORONTOCHURCH OF ST. MARY MAGDALENEC HOIRSC HURCH OF THE H OLY T RfN ITY,M usic M ONDAYSC ITY OF TORONTO H rSTORIC MUSEUMSCivic LIGHT OPERA COMPANYCONT ACT CONTEMPORARY MUSICCONTINUUM CONTEMPORARY MusicCOUNTERPOlNT C HORA LECOUNTERPOINT COMMUNITY ORCHESTRACOUNTY TOWN SlNGERSAlphabetical List of WholeNote MembersACADEMY CONCERT SERIESETOBICOKE COMMUNITY CONCERT BAND Music AT ST . CLEMENT'S SERrEsT ALLlS C HOIRA LDEBURG H CONNECTIONE TOBICOKE P HILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA/ Music G ALLERYTAPESTRYA LEXANDER SrNGERS & PLAYERSETOBICOKE YOUTH STRrNGSMusic TORONTOT HEATRE OF EARLY MusicA LL -CANADIAN J AZZ FEST[VAL PORT H OPE ETOBICOKE SUZUK[ SCHOOL OF Music NEW A DVENTURES lN SOUND ARTTIMOTH Y EATON MEMORIAL C HURCHA LL TH E KrNG'S VOICESEXULTATE C HAMBER SINGERSNEW Music CONCERTS(MUSIC AT TIMOTHY'S)AMADEUS C HOIRFESTIVAL WrND ORCHESTRANORTH 44° ENSEMBLET ORONTO CHAMBER C HOI RAM ICI CHAMBER ENSEMBLEFORTE, TORONTO MEN'S C HORUSNORTH TORONTO I NSTITUTE OF Music TORONTO C HILDREN'S C HORUSANNEX SrNGERS OF TORONTOGEORGETOWN BACH C HORALENUMUS CONCERTSTORONTO C HORAL SOCIETYARRAYMUSICGLENN GOULD STUDIO0AKVILLE C HILDREN'S CHOIRTORONTO C LASSICAL SlNGERSART OF T IME ENSEMBLEGRACE C HURCH ON -THE-H lLLOFF CENTRE MUSIC SALONTORONTO CONSORTASSOCIATES OF TH E TORONTO SYMPHONY GRAND P HILHARMONIC C HOIRONTARIO YOUTH C HOIRTORONTO EARLY M usic CENTREORCHESTRAG RAND R IVER C HORUSO PERA ATELIERTORONTO H ELICONIAN HALLAUTORICKSHAWGRYPH ON TruoOPERA lN CONCERTTORONTO JEWlSH F OLK C HOIRBACH C HILDREN'S C HORUSH AMlLTON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA O PERA YORKT ORONTO LATVIAN CONCERT ASSOCIATION/BACH C HAMBER Y OUTH C HOlRH ANNAFORD STREET SILVER B AND ORCHEST RA T ORONTOTORONTO M ASQUE T HEAT REBRAMPTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRAH ARBOURFRONT CENTREORCHESTRAS M ISSISSAUGATORONTO MENDELSSOHN C H01R/YouTHCANADlAN C HILDREN'S O PERA C HORUS HART H OUSEO RGANIXCHOIRCANADIAN M usic CENTREH rG H P ARK C HOIRS OF T ORONTO0RJANA WOMEN'S C HOIRTORONTO O PERA REPERTOIRECANADIAN Music COMPETITIONS(T ORONTTO CHAPTER)CANADIAN O PERA COMPANYCANADIAN SrNFONIETTACANTORES CELESTES W OMEN'S C HOIRCATHEDRA L BLUFFS SYMPHONYO RCHESTRACELLAR SrNGERSCENTENARY C HURCHC HOI RS O NTA RIOH UMBERCREST UNITED C HURCH[ FURIOSI BAROQUE ENSEMBLEI NTERNATIONAL RESOU RCE C ENTRE FORPERFORMlNG ARTISTSINTERNATIONAL TOURING P RODUCTIONS[ RJSH C HORAL SOCIETYJOHN L AING SINGERSJSL MUSICAL PRODUCTIONSJUBILATE SINGERSKAREN S CH UESSLER SlNGERSO RPH EUS C HOIR OF T ORONTO0 SHAWA-DURH AM SYMPHONYO RCHESTRAPAX C HRISTI C HORALEP ENTHELlA SrNGERSPERIMETER I NSTITUTEQ UEEN OF P UDDfNGS Music T HEATRERCM COMMUNITY SCHOOLRCM - T HE GLENN GOULD SCHOOLRENAISSANCE SINGERST ORONTO OPERETTA T HEATRETORONTO PHILHA RM ONIATORONTO SIGNALS BANDTORONTO SINFONlETTATORONTO SYMPHONY O RCHESTRATORONTO WELSH MALE VOICE C HOI RTORONTO YOUTH W IND O RCHESTRAToYrCH I NTERNATIONAL P ROJECTST RILLlUM B RASS QUrNTETTRUE NORTH BRASSKlTCHENER - WATERLOO C HAMBER Music RrvERDALE YOUTH SINGERST RYP T YCH PRODUCTIONSSocrETYK ITCHENER- WATERLOO C HAMBERORCHESTRAKITCHENER-WATERLOO SYMPHONYO RCHESTRAKJYOSHI N AGATA ENSEMBLEK OFFLER CENTRE OF THE ARTSLIVlNG A RTS CENTREROYAL CANADIAN COLLEGE OFO RGANISTSScARAMELLASCARBOROUGH B EL CANTO C HOIRS ILVE RTH ORN SYMPHONIC W iNDSSrNE NOMINESlNFONIA T ORONTOS MALL W ORL D MusicUNIVERSITY S ETTLEMENT Musrc & ARTSSCHOOLUNIVERSITY OF TORONTO FACULTY OFMUSICUNIVERSITY OF W ESTERN 0 NT. FACULTYOF MusrcU PPER CANADA C HORISTERSU RBAN ARTS B RASS ENSEMBLEM ARJLYN GILBERT ARTISTS MANAGEMENT SONY CENTRE FOR THE P ERFORM lNG ARTS V ESNlVKA C HOlRMARKHAM CONCERT BAND SOUN DSTREAMS CANADA VIA SALZBURGMARKHAM T HEATRE FOR PERFORMlNG ARTS SOUTH ERN 0NTAR10 CHAPTER H YMN V ICTORIA S CHOLARS MEN'S C HORA LM ASSEY H ALL & ROY THOMSON H ALL SOCIETYENSEMBLECZECH COMMUNITY CONCERTS MlLES NADAL J EWJSH CoMMUNrTY CENTRE ST. CLEMENT' s ANGLICAN C HU RCH VILLAGE VOICESDACAPO C HAMBER C HOIRM ILTON C HORISTERSC HOIRSV ISUAL AND PERFORMlNG ARTSEAST YORK C HOI RMISSISSAUGA C HILDREN'S C HOIRST. J AMES CATH EDRALNEWMARKETEGLfNTON ST. GEORGE'S UNITED C HURCH M ISS ISSAUGA C HORA L SocrETYST. M ICHAEL'S CHOlR SCHOOLV IVA! YOUTH S lNGERS OF T ORONTOE LMER [ SELER SlNGERSMOOREDALE CONCERTS/S YRINX S UN DAY SALONSTHE V OCA L ART FORUMENSEMBLE TRYPTYCH CHAMBER CHOIR Music AND TRUFFLEST AFE LMUSIK B AROQUE ORCHESTRA VOCALPOINT C HAMBER C HOIRESPRIT ORCHESTRAMOZART SOCIETY OF TORONTOTALISKER PLAYERSWOMEN'S MUSICAL CLUB OF TORONTOETOBICOKE CENTENNIAL C HOIRMusic AT METROPOLlTANWORLDS OF M usic TORONTOYORK UNIVERS ITY DEPARTMENT OF MusicA MADEUS CHOIRThe acclaimed 100-voice Amadeus Choir under artisticdirector Lydia Adams is renowned for its exceptional musicality,glorious sound and high-quality programming -all a reflection of the leadership provided by Dr. Adams.The Choir presents its annual subscription series at theGeorge Weston Recital Hall where it has been Choir-in­Residence since 1993, and at selected downtown Torontovenues. It performs with full orchestra or instrumentalensembles, and a cappella, and is noted for commissioningchoral works by prominent Canadian composers. Auditionsare held in June andthroughout the year asneeded. TheChoir's07/08 season "RefreshYour Spirit" opens onNovember 10 with aRemembrance concertentitled "Humanity inTime of War".The Choir has selfproducedtwo CDs, Ring-a the News! and Songs of the Spirit,and has collaborated with the Hannaford Street Silver Bandand the Elmer Iseler Singers. The Choir's new CD TheTokaido features the Amadeus Chamber Singers and theIseler Singers performing choral music of the late HarryFreedman. The Choir will be featured at Podium 2008,presented by the Association of Canadian ChoralConductors.Lydia Adams, conductor/artistic directorJudith Young, general manager: 416-446-0188amachoir@idirecl.comwww.amadeuschoir.comA MICI CHAMBER E NSEMBLEAmici, formed in 1985, is Canada's only full-time clarinettrio. Amici's impact in chamber music extends far beyondtheir regular concert series. The ensemble has establisheda reputation for being the definitive source for performancesand recordings of the clarinet trio repertoire as well asmany other chamber works involving the clarinet.The Amici Chamber Ensemble offers a 4 concertsubscription series at the Glenn Gould Studio. Amicicollaborates with a variety of Canadian and internationalartists of the highest calibre such as: Isabel Bayrakdarian,Russell Braun, Scott and Lara St. John, James Ehnes,Measha Brueggergosman, Andre Laplante, The OrionString Quartet, Barbara Hannigan, Yehonatan Berick andVladimir Feltsman to name only a few.Join cellist David Hetherington and clarinetist JoaquinValdepeiias and Amici in its 20th Anniversary 2007 /2008season with violinists Stephen Sitarski, Benjamin Bowman,Jonathan Crow and Erika Raum, violists Steven Dann andTeng Li, pianists Heather Schmidt and Orli Shaham, harpistHeidi Krutzen, !lutist Robert Aiken and many morelJoaquin Valdepefias, David Hetherington,artistic directorsWendy Limbertie, executive director416-368-8743inlo@amiciensemble.comwww.amiciensemble.com82 WholeDote MEMBER PROFILES 2007-2008

ANNEX SINGERS OF TORONTOThe Annex Singers, a fifty-voice mixed community choir,has been performing in the Annex neighbourhood for 28years. The choir has flourished under the able directionand inventive programming of Maria Case, conductor andcomposer.Two formal concerts are held each year, as well asoutreach performances in various downtown Torontolocations and a themed cabaret at the close of the season.The cabaret provides a supportive and light-hearted venuefor fledgling performers.The 2007-8 season opens with the December I concertfeaturing Messe de Minuit pour Noel - Charpentier, WhatSweeter Music - Rutter, Deo Gratias - Whicher, and aselection of lesser known carols as well as sing-alongs.The Spring Concert is April 12, the cabaret "La Vie Boheme"May 31.New members with vocal experience are welcome inSeptember and January. Rehearsals and performancesare held at St. Thomas's Church, 383 Huron Street.Rehearsals are Mondays, 7:30 to 9:45pm.Maria Case, artistic directorRichard Partington, president, 416-968-7747Margaret Rice margarel.rice@sympatico.caARRAYMUSICCurrently in its 36th season, Arraymusic is home to thevirluosic Arraymusic Ensemble, a premiere group devotedto the commissioning and performance of risk-taking newmusic. Arraymusic is also home to a vanguard of Toronto'sexperimental, jazz, improvisational and new musiccreators who use the Array Studio to rehearse and presentconcerts and workshops. Under the stewardship of artisticdirector Bob Stevenson, Arraymusic presents four concertsannually. This season, we present a concertcommemorating the life and work of James Tenney.Arraymusic continues its solo series begun in 2006/07featuring its masterful pianist Stephen Clarke at HartHouse. The Arraymusic Ensemble performs at the newRichard Bradshaw Amphitheatre in Toronto in aprogramme of the late Quebecois genius Claude Vivier. Inits fourth presentation of SCRATCH!, a festival ofexperimental sound and music, Arraymusic collaborateswith multi-media artist Zack Sette!.Along with its 23rd Young Composers Workshop Concert,Arraymusic inaugurates its Young Performers' Workshopto provide talented young performers with the opportunityto study and perform repertoire under the mentorship ofArraymusic's ensemble.Bob Stevenson, artistic directorSandra Bell, general manager416-532-3019admin@arraymusic.comwww.arraymusic.comART OF TIME ENSEMBLEHailed as "chambers engaging new hope" (WilliamLittler, Toronto Star), Art of Time Ensemble was formed in1998 by pianist Andrew Burashko. Art of Time is one ofToronto's most innovative and artistically sound musicensembles. The ensemble has attracted the interest andparticipation of some of Canada's best performers increating new and exciting opportunities for collaborationsbetween the performing arts; provoking, entertaining andbreaking down barriers, revealing the vibrancy of classicalmusic as a contemporary artistic expression and appealinglo a range of audiences. Past projects include the NorthAmerican premiere of Mauricio Kagel's multi-mediaVarie/e, called a "landmark in interdisciplinary arts inToronto" (National Post), which played to sold out housesover live performances and received a 2004 Dora MavorMoore Award for Outstanding Sound Design/Compositionon behalf of Kagel. In May of 2006, Art of Time presentedtwo of their programs in Moscow, Russia.Andrew Burashko, artistic directorartoltime@sympatico.cawww.artoltimeensemble.comASSOCIATES OF THE TORONTOSYMPHONY ORCHESTRAThe Associates of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra arepeople who share a love of music from all genres andperiods. Our members organize musical events thatshowcase the talents of members of the Toronto SymphonyOrchestra (TSO) and the Toronto Symphony YouthOrchestra (TSYO).The musical focus of the year is our popular Five SmallConcerts chamber music series, which will be held atTrinity-St. Paul's Centre in 2008. Four concerts crreperformed by musicians of the TSO. The fifth concert isperformed by members of the TSYO. The 2008 season,including music by major classical composers and some20th century music, will be announced shortly.In addition to presenting the Five Small Concerts,Associates members gather monthly in an informal socialselling to enjoy performances by invited musicians,established professionals and aspiring young performers.Both classical and jazz artists perform for the Associates.From lime to lime speakers are invited to enhance members'knowledge on all aspects of classical music. Livelydiscussions ensue. Membership in the Associates is nowopen.music mrogram co-Chairs:Bill Teichman, Stanley SolomonFive Small Concerts tickets 416-485-2717Membership 416-421-6867lriedlae@pathcom.comautorickshawautorickshaw's music lies on the cultural cutting edge, ascontemporary jazz and funk easily rub shoulders with theclassical and popular music of India. Formed in 2003,aulorickshaw is considered one of the most intriguing actson the world music and jazz landscapes, garnering a 2004JUNO nomination for World Music Album of the Year, andwinning a Canadian Independent Music Award in 2005.The ensemble consists of four of Canada's most excitingand musically interesting young musicians: vocalist SubcrSankaran, tabla player Ed Hanley, bassist Rich Brownand exotic percussionist Patrick Graham.autorickshaw has toured extensively across Canada andabroad, including Joe's Pub in New York City, The KennedyCenter in Washington DC, The Stockholm Jazz Festival inSweden and dates across India including Chennai andBangalore, the Congo Square Jazz Festival in Kolkata, andat the prestigious Jaipur International Heritage Festival inRajasthan.The versatile members of aulorickshaw also presentauthoritative interactive workshops."Utterly unique and musically pioneering". - The RecordSuba Sankaran, Ed Hanley, artistic directorsSuba: 416-686-2370, Ed: 416-597-8705www.autorickshaw.caBACH CHILDREN'S CHORUS ANDBACH CHAMBER YOUTH CHOIRBCC consists of 160 auditioned singers in choirs at differinglevels of ability- three treble choirs for children aged 6-16and an SATB choir for boys with changed voices and girlsaged 16 and up. Each choir rehearses weekly in eastScarborough and participates in weekend excursionsinvolving festivals, workshops and concerts with otheryouth choirs and world-renowned clinicians. Educationalprogrammes for all treble choirs emphasize vocal technique,theory and music reading. The BCC is a company-in-WholeDote MEMBER PROFILES 2007-2008B3residence at the Toronto Centre for the Arts and holds twoconcerts there annually.The choir has released four solo CDs and has won severalprovincial and national choral awards, including theprestigious CBC Competition for Amateur Choirs (2004) andThe Elmer Iseler Award for Best Choir at the TorontoKiwanis Festival. Founder and music director LindaBeaupre is well-known throughout Toronto as a guestconductor and clinician and is a winner of the Leslie Bellaward for conducting.Jane Greenwood: 416-431-0790bachchildrenschorus@bellnet.cawww.bachorus.orgBRAMPTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRAThe Brampton Symphony Orchestra, a non-profit communityoutreach, continuing education organization, oversees a fullBrampton Symphony Orchestra, Rose Garden ChamberOrchestra, 100 voice BSO Chorus, BSO String Quartet andJazz Trio, Strings for Youth class lessons plus a new BSOYouth Orchestra. The main series of five BSO concerts at RoseTheatre Brampton under the baton of Principal ConductorRobert Raines is through the patronage of Mayor SusanFennell, and sponsored by Arista Homes, Paradise Homes,and Ontario Trillium Foundation.The Brampton Symphony Orchestra, a non-profitcommunity outreach, continuing education organization,oversees a full Brampton Symphony Orchestra, Rose GardenChamber Orchestra, 100 voice BSO Chorus, BSO StringQuartet and Jazz Trio, Strings for Youth classes plus a newBSO Youth Orchestra.In this, the 2007 /2008 season, the BSO hosts the exclusiveNorth American site of the Murray Dranoff InternationalTwo Piano Competition qualifying auditions whose winnersannually solo with the BSO. At the November 3 BSO at theRose concert, Her Imperial Highness Princess Thi-Nga ofVietnam presents the first BSO Diverse Culture Award toan aspiring young performer and in February 2008, theBSO travels to Miami Beach, Florida to perform for a benefitin the world famous SPIEGELTENT. The season culminates onMay 3 with a performance of Carmina Burana with chorus,orchestra and soloists.905-488-9766www.bramplonsymphony.comBRANTFORD SYMPHONY ORCHESTRAThe Brantford Symphony Orchestra proudly presents our54th Season ... "Great Symphonic Music for Everyone!"Orchestral music has long been part of the cultural fabricof Brantford, since 1919. Local legend has ii that AlexanderGraham Bell played as cellist in one of the several informalensembles found in nineteenth century Brant, predecessorsto the Brantford Symphony Orchestra. Join our world-classprofessional symphony for a splendid season of diversifiedprogramming ... from beautiful ballads and straight-aheadjazz, to traditional Christmas favourites, through 50 years ofRock & Roll and finally, to Haydn's majestic choralmasterpiece, The Creation ... there's something for all agesand all musical tastes.Attend our family-friendly concerts. Elementary studentsare free with two paying adults! Four concerts: 0-;single concerts -; EYEGO ; April concert only - allsingle tickets ; BSO 'Meet The Artist' Dinners, call theBrantford Club: 519-752-0931.Inspire your children - ask about our Education & OutreachPrograms enjoyed by 90,000 + students to date!519-759-8781Sanderson Centre Box Office 1-800-265-0701inlo@brantlordsymphony.comwww.brantlordsymphony.com

Volumes 21-25 (2015-2019)

Volume 24 Issue 8 - May 2019
Volume 24 Issue 7 - April 2019
Volume 24 Issue 6 - March 2019
Volume 24 Issue 5 - February 2019
Volume 24 Issue 4 - December 2018 / January 2019
Volume 24 Issue 3 - November 2018
Volume 24 Issue 2 - October 2018
Volume 24 Issue 1 - September 2018
Volume 23 Issue 9 - June / July / August 2018
Volume 23 Issue 8 - May 2018
Volume 23 Issue 7 - April 2018
Volume 23 Issue 6 - March 2018
Volume 23 Issue 4 - December 2017 / January 2018
Volume 23 Issue 3 - November 2017
Volume 23 Issue 2 - October 2017
Volume 23 Issue 1 - September 2017
Volume 22 Issue 9 - Summer 2017
Volume 22 Issue 8 - May 2017
Volume 22 Issue 7 - April 2017
Volume 22 Issue 6 - March 2017
Volume 22 Issue 5 - February 2017
Volume 22 Issue 4 - December 2016/January 2017
Volume 22 Issue 2 - October 2016
Volume 22 Issue 1 - September 2016
Volume 21 Issue 9 - Summer 2016
Volume 21 Issue 8 - May 2016
Volume 21 Issue 6 - March 2016
Volume 21 Issue 5 - February 2016
Volume 21 Issue 4 - December 2015/January 2016
Volume 21 Issue 3 - November 2015
Volume 21 Issue 2 - October 2015
Volume 21 Issue 1 - September 2015

Volumes 16-20 (2010-2015)

Volumes 11-15 (2004-2010)

Volumes 6 - 10 (2000 - 2006)

Volumes 1-5 (1994-2000)