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Volume 14 - Issue 7 - April 2009

SATURDAY, MAY 2ND,

SATURDAY, MAY 2ND, 2009, 7:30 P.M.Yorkminster Park Baptist Church -1585 Yonge StreetThe Amadeus Choir will be joined by 100 high schoolstudents for the finale of this programme, JohnRutter's Gloria. This will be the culmination of aseries of rehearsals and workshop sessions with LydiaAdams, students and teachers, and the Amadeus Choir.This concert is all about joy - with brass players,organ and piano all adding their brilliant "voices" tothis j oyous celebration!AGuest Artists: True North Brass and FriendsMusic By: Srul Irving Glick, Jonathan Willcocks,Howard Cable, John Rutter, Schiltz and GabrieliLydia Adams, conductorTICKETS AND I NFORMATION: 41 6-446-0188WWW .AMADEUSCHO IR.COMto rontda rt sb ou nc i I(ifi) toronto children's choruslilllilElise Bradley, Artistic Director... 1: CONCERTS: Toronto and GTA(sr). 7: 15: Pre·concert chat.- 8:00: Massey Hall & Roy ThomsonHall. Diana Krall· Duiet Nights WorldTour. See April 30.- 8:00: Massey Hall & Roy ThomsonHall. Michael Kaeshammer. Jazz pianist andvocalist. Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front St. W.416-872-4255. .50 (price includes upcomingCD). Also May 2.- 8:00: Scarborough Music Theatre.Merrily We Roll Along. See Apr. 30.- 8:00: Sine Nomine Ensemble for MedievalMusic. The woundeofwilfullelongynge:Music for the medieval English mystics. SaintThomas's Anglican Church, 383 Huron St.416·638·9445. ; (st/sen/unwaged).- 8:00: Spotlight Musical Productions.See Apr 30.- 8:30: Living Arts Centre Mississauga.Glen Woodcock Celebrates the Big Bands.Swing Shift Big Band. 4141 Living Arts Dr.,Mississauga. 905-306-6000. and up.Saturday May 02- 1 :30 & 3:30: Toronto Symphony YouthOrchestra. Symphony and Dance. Stravinsky:Petrouchka (excerpts). Guests: Ballet Creole;Alain Trudel, conductor. Roy Thomson Hall, 60Simcoe St. 416·593-4828. -. 1 :DO &3:00: pre-concert perfonnances.- 3:00: Etobicoke Suzuki School of Music.Annual Spring Concert. Over 1 DOyoung violinists and cellists age 3 to 18.Location TBC. 416-239-4637. Free.- 4:30: Beach United Church. Jazz Vespers.Joe Sealy, piano; Paul Novotny,bass. 2000 Queen St. E. 416·691 ·8082.E3 ~ .•·.·.·.''. OAKHAM HOUSE CHOIROF HYE.lt'ill:,. r:,.;t\'f.HSIWFreewill offering.- 7:30: Amadeus Choir. Sing Sea to Sea.Works by Glick, Willcocks, Cable, Rutter,Schutz and Gabrieli. Lydia Adams, artisticdirector; guests: True North Brass; 1 OD highschool students. Yorkminster Park BaptistChurch, 1585 Yonge St. 416-446-0188. .- 7:30. Etobicoke Youth Choir. Enter withSinging. Westway United Church, 8 TemplarDr. 416-231 ·9120. O; free(under 12).- 7:30: Oakham House Choir of RyersonUniversity. The Creation. Haydn. Katie Murphy,soprano; Stuart Howe, tenor; AndrewTees, baritone; Matthew Jaskiewicz, musicdirector. Bloor Street United Church, 300Bloor St. W. 416-214-0183 xl 3. ;$ 20(advance); (st).- 7:30: Oakville Choral Society. Favouritesfrom Bach to Broadway. See May 1.- 7:30: Opera Atelier. The Coronation ofPoppea. See Apr. 25.- 7:30: Toronto Children's Chorus. TheMagic of Music. Programme includes Luft·spring: The Choristers; Canadian and Maorimusic. Toronto Centre for the Arts, 5040Yonge St. 416-872-1111. ; (sr/st).- 8:00: Bell' Arte Singers. The Three Ls:Love, Lust and Longing. Christ Church DeerPark, 1570 Yonge St. 416·699-5879. ;.- 8:00: Brampton Symphony Orchestra.Mozart's Greatest Hits. Mozart: Requiemand other works. Robert Raines, conduc·tor. Rose Theatre, 1 Theatre Lane, Bramp·ton. 905-874·2800. ; (sr/st); (child under 12).- 8:00: DanceWorks. See Apr 30.Haydn's CreationIn commemoration of the 200th anniversary of his deathOakham House Choir of Ryerson UniversityMatthew Jaskiewicz, Music DirectorSoloists Katie Murphy, Stuart Howe & Andrew TeesToronto SinfoniettaSaturday, May 2, 2009, 7:30 pm, Bloor Street United Church300 Bloor St. W. (between Spadina & St. George) 416-214-0183 x13 in advance; at the door; studentsTHEMUSICIANS IN ORDINARYFOR THE LUTES AND VOICES38The Magic of MusicLet the allure of the music cast its spell as theTCC choirs charm you with Canadian works,traditional Maori folk music and the workof chorus alumna, composer Cassandra•Luftspring. Featuring all Toronto Children'sChorus choirs and the Alumni Choir.Sat May 2 2009 · 7:30 p.m.Toronto Centre for the Arts· 5040 Yonge StreetTickets: -To purchase tickets: info@torontochildrenschorus.com(416) 932-8666 ext. 231 www.torontochildrenschorus.com.MAY 02-2009 S:OOPMTHE INFINITY OF LOVEMUSIC OF THE COURTESANS OF 15TH A ND 16TH CENTURY ITALYITALIAN COURTESANS WERE CULTURED LADIES WHO WROTE POETRYAND SANG IT TO THEIR OWN ACCOMPANIMENT OR THAT OF A LACKIE.HALLIE FISHEL PLAYS LIRA DA BRACCIO AND S INGS,JOHN EDWARDS PLAYS LUTE.HEUCONIAN HALL35 HAZELTON AVE. (NEAR BAY SUBWAY)SINGLE TICKETS / STUDENTS & SENIORSWWW. THEWHOLENOTE.COM APRIL 1 - MAY 7 2009

- 8:00: Massey Hall & Roy ThomsonHall. Michael Kaeshammer. See May 1.- 8:00: Mississauga Festival Choir.Sounds of Celebration. Programme in·eludes new work by Dolloff. RBC Theatre,Living Arts Centre, 4141 Living Arts Dr.,Mississauga. 905-306-6000. ; (sr/st); (child 12 and under).- 8:00: Music Gallery. Gilliam: Poemsfrom a Love Triangle. Gregory Oh, piano; MarionNewman, mezzo; Declan Whelehan, actor.197 John St. 416-204-1080. ; (sr/st).- 8:00: Musicians in Ordinary. The Infinityof Love: Music of the Courtesans of 15thand16th-Century Italy. Hallie Fishel, soprano/lira da braccio; John Edwards, lute. HeliconianHall, 35 Hazelton Ave. 416-535-9956. ·.- 8:00: Newchoir. Liftin' Ya Higher. Castel·lo to Radio head with a choral twist. Ian Crow·ley, musical director. Newchoir and the New·choir Band. Ryerson Theatre, 43 Gerrard St.E. 416-939-7170. .- 8:00: Royal Conservatory of Music.Rising Stars Series: Academy Symphony Orchestra.Music by Schubert, Handel, Ryan, Beethoven,Vivaldi and Piauolla. Mazzoleni Hall, 273 BloorSt. W. 416-408-2824 x321. Free.- 8:00: Scarborough Music Theatre.Merrily We Roll Along. See Apr. 30.- 8:00: Spotlight Musical Productions.See Apr 30.- 8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra/Massey Hall & Roy Thomson Hall. Van·couver Symphony Orchestra. Debussy:Prelude a l'apres-midi d'un faune; Ryan: TheLinearity of Light; Rachmaninoff: Rhapsody ona Theme of Paganini; Shostakovich: SymphonyNo.5. Avan Yu, piano; Bramwell Tovey, conductor.Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe St.416-593-4828. -5.Sunday May 03- 1:30: CAMMAC/McMichael Gallery.Taffanel Wind Ensemble: Classical trio. fluteclarinet and bassoon. 10365 Islington Ave., 'Klein burg. 905-893-1121. ; (sr/st).- 2:00: Canadian Opera Company. SimonBoccanegra. See Apr 11.- 2:00: Off Centre Music Salon. GermanSpanish Salon: The Nightingale's Flight fromSouth to North. Music from Granados toBrahms. Monica Whicher, Lucia Cesaroni,sopranos; Russell Braun, baritone; CarolynMaule, lnna Perkis, Boris Zarankin, piano.Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front St. W. 416·872-4255. $ 50; (sr/st).- 2:00: Royal York Road United Church.Jazz at Royal York: Tribute to Hoagy Car·michael. Joe Sealy Quartet. 851 Royal YorkRd. 416-231-9401. ; (sr/st).- 2:00: Scarborough Music Theatre.Merrily We Roll Along. See Apr. 30.- 2:00: Trio Bravo. Concert No.3. Schu·mann: Fairy-Tale Pictures; Mozart: Sonata ine; Selleck: Three Piano Preludes; Bruch:Double Concerto for Clarinet and Viola.All Saints Kingsway Anglican Church,2850 Bloor St. W. 416-242-2131. ;(sr/st).- 2:30: Alicier Arts Chamber Music.Gypsy Airs. Bartok: Hungarian Folksongsfor flute and piano; Haydn: "Gypsy" Trio;Fedrigo: new commissioned work. Mirobolusjazz string trio; Phoebe Tsang,violin; Aleksandar Gajic, violin and viola;Stephanie Chua, piano; Kimberley Sche·meit, flute; Bret Higgins, bass; and others.St. George's on-the-Hill Anglican Church,4600 Dundas St. W. 416-731-3599. ;(sr/st); (adv).- 3:00: Markham Concert Band. Heroesand Villains. Music from Lord of the Rings,also film music by Williams. Doug Manning,artistic director. Markham Theatre, 171Town Centre Blvd., Markham. 905·305-7469..50; .5D(sr/st).- 3:00: Mississauga Choral Society.Creation: A Jazz Oratorio. Mott; also Winter:Missa Gaia. David Mott, baritone sax; MikeDownes, bass; Anthony Michelli, percussion;Andrew Craig piano; Kathryn Domoney, so·prano; Adi Braun, mezzo; Martin Houtman,tenor; Giles Tomkins, baritone; Mervin Fick,conductor. Hammerson Hall, Living Arts Centre,4141 Living Arts Dr. 905-306-6000.; (sr); (st).- 3:00: Symphony Hamilton. Spring Spee·tacular. Fawcett: Shining Water (Macassa);Beethoven: Triple Concerto; Schumann:Symphony No.1 "Spring". Guests: CoreyOff Centre Music Salon2 Q o'(Ef ~ many firsts14th SeasonMay 3, 2009German-Spanish Salon:the nigthingale's flight from North to SouthWhose spirit is ilie most Romantic? The nightingale -the 19th century symbol of yearning, of im.requited lo~e- sings his sorrowful song in Spain as );ie 4oes inGermany. From Granados to Brahms join ournighitingale in cele,b,rati.0.a of the equally restless flameµco.and Sturm tmd Dmng~pirits, performed by badtQheRussell Braun, septlan'os M())ltl~a Which!;!r andLucia Cesaroni witli,1f ~sts C~rolyn Maule, InnaPerkis and Boris ~arankin.. . . .;i m.g,l e Tickets@ SN/ST$-50 ADtfjTOBICOKE music @ESTIVAL 2009Presents Chamber Music byWolfgang BottenbergI Piano Solo, Trio, and Quartet IEmily Sun - ViolinHanna Kim - ViolaMahsa Madahian - CelloNadia Jacobchuk - Piano39

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