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Volume 14 - Issue 8 - May 2009

... 1: CONCERTS: Toronto

... 1: CONCERTS: Toronto and GTAless Tale of Divine Love. See May 23.— 3:00: Orchestra Toronto. In Concert.Mendelssohn: Symphony No.4 “Italian”; Elgar:Violin Concerto. Errol Gay, conductor; CatherineManoukian, violin. George Weston RecitalHall, Toronto Centre for the Arts, 5040 YongeSt. 416-872-1111. ; (sr/st); (18& under). — 3:00: Toronto Chamber Choir. CantataBWV150 “Nicht dir, Herr, Verlanget mich.”Bach. Orchestra and soloists. Christ ChurchDeer Park, 1570 Yonge St. 416-763-1695.; (sr/st). Pre-concert chat by conductorMark Vuorinen.— 3:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra.Beethoven’s World. See May 23.— 4:00: Cathedral Church of St . James.Twilight Recital Series. Rachel Mahon, organ.65 Church St. 416-364-7865. Free.— 4:00: St. Philip’s Anglican Church.Mariachi Vespers. Mexico Amigo mariachiband. 25 St. Phillips Rd. 416-247-5181.Pwyc.— 4:00: Tapestry. The Shadow. See May21.— 4:00: Toronto Singing Studio. ThreeChoirs in Concert. Folk music from LatinAmerica, the USA, Canada and Europe. CelebrationChoir, Vivace Vox and Vocal Mosaic.Linda Eyman, music director; Christine Kimand Juha Tikkanen, piano. Trinity-St. Paul’sUnited Church, 427 Bloor St. W. 416-455-9238. ; (sr/st).— 7:30: Flying Cloud Folk Club. MariposaFolk Festival Preview. Tranzac Club, 292Brunswick Ave. 416-410-3655. ; (sr/st).— 7:30: St. Paul’s Anglican Church.175th Anniversary Celebration. Hymns; alsoworks by Handel and Beethoven. Emanda Richards,conductor; guests: Amanda Jones,soprano; Manuele Mizzi, tenor; Phil Claxton,bass; mass choir. 227 Church St., Newmarket.905-853-7285. Free.Monday May 25— 12:15: Organix 09/Music Mondays.Brass & Pipes. Robert DiVito, trumpet, AndrewAdair, organ. Works by Handel, Telemann,Torelli, Bach, Cable. Church of the HolyTrinity, 10 Trinity Square. 416-241-9785.Pwyc.— 7:30: Associates of the TSO. Five SmallConcerts: Mosaic of Chamber Music. Schumann:Three Fantasy Pieces; Handel: Passacaglia;Milhaud: Sonata for Cello & Piano; R.Strauss: “Heifetz” Sonata; Arensky: Trio forViolin, Cello & Piano. Arkady Yanivker, violin;Winona Zelenka, cello; Gergely Szokolay, piano.Trinity-St.Paul’s Centre, 427 Bloor St. W. 416-485-2717. ; (sr/st).— 7:30: Halton Youth Symphony. MusicalJourney. Handel: Concerto for Viola and Orchestra;also works by Bach, Dvorak, Webber,Prima, Holst, and Mendelssohn. Guest: JohannesLinstead, guitar. Oakville Centre for thePerforming Arts, 130 Navy St. 905-815-2021. ; .Tuesday May 26— 12:00 noon: Canadian Opera Company.Renaissance Festival: Palestrina’s Missa PapaeMarcelli. Also motets, anthems and Gregorianchant. Tallis Choir. Richard Bradshaw Amphitheatre,Four Seasons Centre for the PerformingArts, 145 Queen St. W. 416-363-8231. Free.— 1:00: Cathedral Church of St . James.Music at Midday. Rea Beaumont, organ. 65Church St. 416-364-7865. Free.— 2:30: Alchemy. An Hour of Chamber Music.Works by Bach/Busoni, Clementi, Shostakovich,Arensky. John Soloninka, violin; Jennifer32 WWW.THEWHOLENOTE.COMMAY 1 – JUNE 7 2009

Brunton, cello; Judy Lee, Marcia Beach, MeriGec, piano. New Horizons Tower, 1140 BloorSt. W. 416-536-6111. Free.— 7:30: Ensemble Tryptych. An Ol’ TimeRadio Show. Lenard Whiting, conductor. TrinityPresbyterian Church, 2737 Bayview Ave.An Ol’ TimeRadio ShowE N S E M B L ECHAMBER CHOIRLenard WhitingMusic DirectorTuesday, May 26, 20097.30 PMTrinity Presbyterian Church2737 Bayview AvenueAdults Student-Seniors 416-763-5066 ext 3info@tryptych.org416-763-5066 x3. ; (sr/st).— 8:00: Art of Time Ensemble. The Songbook3. Works by Cohen, Rogers and Waits.Rob Piltch, guitar; George Koller, bass; AndrewBurashko, piano; and others. EnwaveTheatre, 231 Queen’s Quay W. 416-973-4000. -.Wednesday May 27— 12:00 noon: Canadian Opera Company.Piano Virtuoso Series: East-West Folk andFantasy. Scarlatti: sonatas; Schumann: Fantasiein C; Chinese folk tunes. Elaine Lau, piano.Richard Bradshaw Amphitheatre, Four SeasonsCentre for the Performing Arts, 145Queen St. W. 416-363-8231. Free.— 12:30: Yorkminster Park BaptistChurch. Noonhour Recital. Jordan De Souza,organ. 1585 Yonge St. 416-922-1167. Free.— 6:00: Organix 09. Northern Landscapes -Ontario’s North in Music. Works by Dolin,Healey, Koehne. David Palmer, organ; WallaceHalladay, saxophone; Gillian MacKay, trumpet.Church of the Redeemer, 162 Bloor St. W.416-241-9785. ; free(12 and under).— 7:00: Civic Light Opera. A Class Act.Kleban. Joe Cascone (Ed Kleban); David Haines(Marvin Hamlisch); Larry Gibbs (Michael Bennett);Paul Christman, musical director; LesleyAnsell, choreographer. Fairview Library Theatre,35 Fairview Mall Dr. 416-755-1717.-.50. Also May 28-31, Jun 3-7 andbeyond.— 7:30: Toronto Choristers. Let There BeMusic. Ralph Peters, conductor; MargaretDeeth, accompanist. Sir John A. MacDonaldCollegiate, 2300 Pharmacy Ave. 416-779-8286. .THURSDAY MAY 28THE MUSICGALLERY’S33 1 / 3 BIRTHDAYFUNDRAISERFeaturing performances byCCMC(PAST & PRESENT MEMBERS)Apostle of Hustle(ARTS & CRAFTS RECORDINGS)Plus a special contemporary music RECORD SALE & auction! Tickets .33 via www.ticketweb.caComing JUNE 19-28THE SUMMER COURTYARD SERIES— 8:00: Art of Time Ensemble. Songbook3. See May 26.— 8:00: Nathaniel Dett Chorale. And StillWe Sing: All O’ We Is One. Guests: MacomereFifi; Pan Fantasy; Wendy Jones, director;Brainerd Blyden-Taylor, conductor. GlennGould Studio, 250 Front St. W. 416-872-4255. .50; (sr/st).— 8:00: Opera by Request. I Capuleti e iMontecchi. Bellini. Barbara King, mezzo-soprano(Romeo); Gillian Grossman, soprano(Giulietta); Avery Krisman, tenor (Tebaldo);David English, bass (Lorenzo); Andrew Tees,baritone (Capello); William Shookhoff, pianist/music director. College St. United Church,452 College St. 416-455-2365. .— 8:00: Tapestry. The Shadow. See May21.— 8:30: New Adventures in Sound Art.Deep Wireless: RADiO iN AMBiENCE. AM-Bient PiNG. NAISA Space, Artscape WychwoodBarns, 601 Christie St. No.252. 416-652-5115. ; (st).Thursday May 28— 12:15: Metropolitan United Church.Noon at the Met. Michael Bloss, organ. 56Queen St. E. 416-363-0331. Free.— 12:15: Music on the Hill. Free LunchtimeConcert – All’Amore Ensemble. Chambermusic.St. John’s York Mills Anglican Church,19 Don Ridge Dr. 416-225-6611. Free.— 2:00: Northern District Library. Orchardviewers.Vocal duets including classicalworks, folk songs and selections from musicaltheatre. Triolette. 40 Orchard View Blvd.416-393-7610. Free.— 7:00: Alchemy. An Hour of Chamber Music.Works by Bach/Busoni, Clementi, Shostakovich,Arensky. John Soloninka, violin; JenniferBrunton, cello; Judy Lee, Marcia Beach,Meri Gec, piano. Belmont House, 55 BelmontSt. 416-964-9231. Free.— 7:30: Royal Conservatory of Music.Rez Abbasi Trio with Kiran Ahluwalia. 273Bloor St. W. 416-408-2824 x321. ;(st).— 8:00: Civic Light Opera Company. AClass Act. See May 27.— 8:00: DanceWorks. Tavaziva Dance/Collective of Black Artists (COBA) – City ofTribes and Selected Repertoire. North AmericanPremiere. Fleck Dance Theatre, 207Queen’s Quay W. 416-973-4000. -.Also May 29, 30.— 8:00: Music Gallery. 33 1/3 BirthdayFundraiser. Improvised music and avant-pop.CCMC; Apostle of Hustle. 197 John St. 416-204-1080. .33. Also contemporary musicrecord sale and auction.— 8:00: St. Lawrence Centre for theArts. An Evening with Hennie Bekker andFriends. 27 Front St. E. 416-366-7723. -.— 8:00: Tapestry. The Shadow. See May 21.— 8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra.Mahler Symphony 6. Haydn: Cello Concerto inC; Mahler: Symphony No.6. Johannes Moser,cello; Günther Herbig, guest conductor. RoyThomson Hall, 60 Simcoe St. 416-593-4828.-5. 7:15: pre-concert chat.Friday May 29— 12:15: St. Andrew’s United ChurchMarkham. Noonhour Recital. Andrew Adair,organ. 32 Main St. N., Markham. 905-294-0351. Free.— 7:30: Canadian Children’s Opera Company.To Music. Ruby, Apprentice and IntermediateChoruses. First Unitarian Congregation,175 St. Clair Ave. W. 416-366-0467.; (sr/st); (children 5 and under).— 7:30: Cathedral Church of St . James.Proms at the Cathedral. Band of the Royal Regimentof Canada; Elmer Iseler Singers; St.James’ Cathedral Choir. 65 Church St. 416-364-7865. -.— 7:30: Music for Missions. Un CánticoNuevo. Caron Daley, Jennifer Griffith, soprano;Julie Loveless, piano; Patrick Twaddle, baritone;and others. Knox Presbyterian Church,630 Spadina Ave. 416-921-8993. Admissionby donation. Benefit concert in support of LatinAmerican Mission.— 7:30: Sora. CD Release: “Heartwood”.Contemporary Celtic singer/songwriter. FireEscape Studio, Suite 207- 258 Wallace Ave.416-533-3131. Free.— 8:00: Civic Light Opera Company. AClass Act. See May 27.— 8:00: DanceWorks. Tavaziva Dance/Collectiveof Black Artists (COBA) – City ofTribes and Selected Repertoire. See May 28.— 8:00: Harmony Singers of Etobicoke.Blue Skies. Music by Gershwin, Berlin, Buble.Guests: Amy Moodie, vocalist; Don L. Steele,entertainer. Martin Grove United Church. 75Pergola Rd. 416-239-5821. ; (sr/st);free(children 10 and under). Refreshmentsfollowing.— 8:00: New Adventures in Sound Art.Deep Wireless Ensemble Performance No.1.Kristen Roos. The Loop Centre for Lively Artsand Learning, Artscape Wychwood Barns, 601Christie St. No.176. 416-652-5115. ;(st).— 8:00: Tafelmusik. The Creation. Haydn.Nancy Argenta, soprano; Jan Kobow, tenor;Locky Chung, baritone; Tafelmusik Orchestraand Chamber Choir; Bruno Weil, guest conductor.Massey Hall, 15 Shuter St. 416-872-4255. -.— 8:00: Tapestry. The Shadow. See May 21.BECOME A MUSIC GALLERY MEMBER AND SAVEON TICKET PRICES! 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