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Volume 13 - Issue 6 - March 2008

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including medieval dance songs andrenaissance polyphony. David Fallis,artistic director. Trinity·St. Paul's Centre,427Bloor St. W. 416-964·6337. -.- 8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra.Special Performance. Beethoven: PianoConcerto #1; Symphony #7. Lang Lang, piano;Peter Oundjian, conductor. Roy Thomson Hall,60 Simcoe St. 416-593-4828. .50-0.- 8:00: Trio Joubran. limitless Love for theOud. Enwave Theatre, 231 Queen's Quay W.416-973-4000. .- 8:30: Toronto Fingerstyle Guitar. ThomBresh. Hugh's Room, 2261 Dundas St. W.416-722-6524. ; (members).- 8:00: Living Arts Centre. Peter Appleyardand Voices of Showtime. Music of the30s,40s and 50s. 4141 Living Arts Dr,Mississauga. 905-306-6000. & up.Sunday March 02- 12:00 noon: Derek Macrae. Solo GuitarConcert. Classical, Spanish & popular music.Ristorante Julia, 312 Lakeshore Rd E. 905-844-7401. Free.- 1 :30: CAMMAC/McMichael Gallery.S/1/xfay Concerts - Dr. Norman BethuneCollegiate Institute Piano and Flute Duartet.McMichael Gallery, 10365 Islington Avenue,Kleinburg. 905·893-11211888·213-1121. Freewith adrrission to gallery: ; (sr/st).- 2:00: ROM. Sunday Concert · Tafelmusik.100 Queen's Park. 416-586-8000.; (sr/st w ID); (5-14); free(members + 4 and under). Includes accessto all galleries and exhibitions.- 2:00: Toronto All-Star Big Band.They're Playing Our Song. Tribute to the BigBand Era. Zygmunt Jedrzejek, artisticdirector. Harbourfront Centre, 235Queen's Quay W. 416-973-4000.PWYC( suggested).- 2:30 Alchemy. An Hour of ChamberMusic. Quantz: Trio Sonata; Strauss:Theme & Variations; Beethoven: Serenade;Parker: Pieces; Arnold: Quintet op 7. HennekeCats, flute; Elke Streisslberger, horn; LarkinHinder, bassoon; Catherine Sulem, violin;Beverlee Swayze, viola; Marion Wilk,piano.Valleyview Residence, 541 Finch AveW. 416-398-0555. Free.- 2:30: Aldeburgh Connection. SundaySeries· The Tale of the Ostrich. Songs byRichard Strauss. Joni Henson, soprano; LauraTucker, mezzo-soprano; Phillip Addis, baritone.Walter Hall, Edward Johnson Building, 80Queen's Park. 416-735-7982. .- 3:00: Mississauga Choral Society. SingCanadian, eh! Beckwith: Derailed (worldpremiere); other works by Beckwith. Guest:John Beckwith; Mervin Fick, conductor.Hammerson Hall, Living Arts Centre, 4141Living Arts Dr. 905-306-6000. -;(eyeGO).- 3:00: Oakville Chamber Orchestra. LesNations. See March 1. St. Simon's AnglicanChurch, 1450 Litchfield, Oakville. 905-483-6787. -.- 3:00: Orpheus Choir. Mystical Voices.Holman: Requiem; works by MacMillan,Widor and more. Jennie Such, soprano; WallisGiunta, mezzo-soprano; Cian Horrobin, tenor;Alex Dobson, baritone; Talisker Players;Edward Moroney, organ; Robert Cooper,conductor. Metropolitan United Church, 56Queen St.E. 416-530-4428. ; (sr);(st).- 3:00: St. Clement's Anglican Church.•ORQAT) musrc C~mplineat Christ Church Deer ParkSunday nights in Lent beginning at 7:30 pmMarch 2nd Elisa ManginaAssistant Organist,St Martin-in-the-Fields, TorontoMarch 9th Brent FifieldChrist's Church Cathedral, Hamilton• •.--All recitals (on the 1982 Karl Wilhelm tracker organ) will includeimprovisation. The office of Compline, from The Book of CommonPrayer, will then be sung to gregorian chant.March 16th In lieu of organ music,The Choir of Christ Church Deer Parkwill sing a short devotional concert includingPalestrina's Stabat Mater andJ.S. Bach's motet Komm, Jesu, komm~ ~-~ -'t-,~~'If·_)'I•• ••rnNICTORIASCHOLARSMen's Choral Ensemblewww.victoriascholars.cao anadian composerion of his 80th BirthdaySUNDAY MARCH 2 AT 3:00 p.m .JO) JE J[lAJ[]L JE JO)A Sound-Documentaryfor Double Choirand PercussionAlso on the program:Folksong ArrangementsThe Great Lakes SuiteSharon Fragments' Thanks to the KoernerFoundation foradditional funding.A few minutes before midnight on SaturdayNovember 10, 1979, a train carryingdangerous chemicals derailed in downtownMississauga. Fire spread throughout thecars, massive propane explosions causedheavy damage. A car loaded with deadlychorme gas was damaged and escapinggasses led the authorities to order evacuationof almost a quarter of a million people.Canadian composer John Beckwith, witha com~ission from the Mississauga ChoralSociety., retells this event in speech andsong, with text developed from mediareports.TICKETS: LAC BOX OFFICE905-306-6000HAMMERSON HALLLIVING ARTS MISSISSAUGAWWW, THEWHOLENOTE,COM 31

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