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Volume 15 Issue 1 - September 2009

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LISTINGS: SECTION 1...continuedCONCERTS: Toronto and GTAmunities Recital Hall, Accolade East, YU,4700 Keele St. 416-736-5888. $15; (st).Wednesday October 07— 5:30: Canadian Opera Company. JazzSeries: Hilario Durán Trio. Four SeasonsCentre for the Performing Arts, 145 QueenSt. W. 416-363-8231. Free.— 7:30: Classical Music Consort. HaydnSalomon Quartets Concert No. 2. QuartetsOp. 74 Nos. 1-3. Cecilia String Quartet.Trinity College Chapel, 6 Hoskin Ave. 416-978-8849. ; (sr/st); free(child under14 with adult).— 7:30: University of Toronto. Small JazzEnsembles. Walter Hall, Edward JohnsonBuilding, 80 Queen’s Park. 416-978-3744.Free.— 8:00: Angelwalk Theatre. Altar Boyz.See Sep. 23.— 8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra.Vengerov Conducts Tchaikovsky Symphony6. Shostakovich: Festive Overture Op.96;Prokofiev: Piano Concerto No. 2; Tchaikovsky:Symphony No.6 “Pathétique”.Alexander Toradze, piano; Maxim Vengerov,conductor. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe St.416-593-4828. -8. BRAVO INTERNATIONAL/SINGERS ON STAGE presentNINESPARROWS9ARTS FOUNDATIONdedicated to the love of music and songEric RobertsonArtistic DirectorLetters HomeLetters from the Canadian War Museumwith Songs and Music from the Wars7:30 p.m. Friday November 6th, 2009Christ Church Deer Park1570 Yonge Street, Toronto, ONFeaturing:Actor: Colin Fox Piper: Rob Crabtreeand the Choristers from Christ Church Deer ParkTelephone: (416) 245-3151Email: 9sparrows.arts@gmail.comWeb: Free - Donations Welcome“A feast of sight & sound, a perfectharmony of melody & movement”“It was dramatic. It was elegant.It was everything that tango should be.”Body & Soul – Tango PassionFeaturing Artist of the Year, Juno nominated,critically acclaimed, internationally renownedQUARTANGOand Roxana & Fabian Belmonte, Argentinean Tango Dance MastersMargaret Maye, mezzo sopranoIntricate sensual dance steps and spirited music! Elegantarrangements of tangos draw on classical works, jazz standards,Celtic melodies and popular tunes. Dancers, singer andmusicians share their passion for the tangoVirtuosity, musicality, elegance, sensuality and humourJalousie, Milonga, Oblivion, Por una cabeza; Classic Tango, TangoNuevo, music by Piazzolla, Petersburski and othersTuesday, October 20, 2009 at 7:30PMFORJane Mallet Theatre, St. LAWRENCE CENTRE THE ARTSInfo & Reservations 647.892.7799 Box Office 416.366.77231.800.708.6754Tickets Online www.stlc.com3rd Annual Epilepsy Benefit ConcertTradition & CHANGEPremiere of "Toronto Suite" in celebration of Toronto's 175th anniversaryDvorak's Serenade Opus 22Arvo Part Fratres for Violin, Strings and PercussionThursday, October 15andFriday, October 16, 2009TICKETS NOW ON SALE!36 WWW.THEWHOLENOTE.COM September 1 - October 7, 2009

LISTINGS: SECTION 2CONCERTS: beyond the GTAIn the current issue, there are Section 2 listings for events in Barrie,Guelph, Hamilton, Kingston, Kitchener, Leith, London, Niagaraon-the-Lake, Owen Sound, Peterborough, Picton, St. Catharines,Stratford, Waterloo.Wednesday September 02— 12:00noon: Midday Music WithShigeru. Steppin’ Back – the Great Standards.Russell Strathdee, saxophones; MarkRutherford, piano. Hi-Way PentecostalChurch, 50 Anne St. N., Barrie. 705-726-1181. ; free(st).— 2:00: Stratford Festival. West Side Story.Bernstein & Sondheim. Festival Theatre,55 Queen St. Stratford. 1-800-567-1600..35-8.75. Also Sep. 3, 4, 9, 11, 12,15, 16, 18, 19, 22, 23, 24, 27, 29, 30, Oct.2, 3, 7 and beyond.— 8:00: Shaw Festival: Sunday in the Parkwith George. Sondheim & Lepine. RoyalGeorge Theatre, 85 Queen St. Niagara onthe-Lake.1-800-511-7429. -. AlsoSep. 4, 9, 11, 12, 13, 16, 17, 18, 20, 22,23, 24, 26, 29, Oct. 1, 3, 6 and beyond.Wednesday September 09— 5:00: Guelph Jazz Festival. JesseStewart, Joe Sorbara and Germaine Liu.McLaughlin Library, 5 Wineguard Walk,Guelph. 519-763-4952. Free.— 8:00: Guelph Jazz Festival. Tagaq,Zubot and Martin. Macdonald Stewart ArtCentre, 358 Gordon St., Guelph. 519-763-4952. -.Thursday September 10— 5:00: Guelph Jazz Festival. Rodéoscopique.Macdonald Stewart ArtCentre, 358 Gordon St., Guelph. 519-763-4952. Free.— 8:00: Guelph Jazz Festival. Stone Quartet.St. George’s Church, 99 Woolwich St.,Guelph. 519-763-4952. $15-.— 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo ChamberMusic Society. Mostly Jazz. Works byBrown and Zurakowsky. James Brown, jazzguitar; Don Thompson, piano, bass; StephenZurakowsky, classical guitar. KWCMS MusicRoom, 57 Young St. W., Waterloo. 519-886-1673. ; $15(sr); (st).— 10:00pm: Guelph Jazz Festival. JeanDerome et les Dangereux Zhoms. St.George’s Church, 99 Woolwich St., Guelph.519-763-4952. -$15.Friday September 11— 8:00: Guelph Jazz Festival. The WoodchoppersAssociation. Guests: Jah Youssoufand Abdoulaye Kone. River Run Centre,35 Woolwich St., Guelph. 519-763-4952.-.— 11:00pm: Guelph Jazz Festival. The Ex& Getatchew Mekuria. St. George’s Church,99 Woolwich St., Guelph. 519-763-4952.$15-.Saturday September 12— 11:30amto12:00midnight: Guelph JazzFestival. Jazz Tent Performances. JaneBunnett and the KidsAbility Youth Ensemble;Michael Occhipinti’s Sicilian Jazz Project;Call the Roxy Theatre Box OfficeShuffle Demons; Rebel Rhythm; Odessa/519-371-2833 or 1-888-446-ROXYHavana and other artists. Upper WyndhamStreet Jazz Tent, Guelph. 519-763-4952.or call 519-376-3517 or email— 3:00: Guelph Jazz Festival. Joëlle Léan-September 1 - October 7, 2009 WWW.THEWHOLENOTE.COM 37dre. Guelph Youth Music Centre, 75 CardiganSt., Guelph. 519-763-4952. $15-.— 8:00: Guelph Jazz Festival. The GeggieProject. River Run Centre, 35 Woolwich St.,Guelph. 519-763-4952. -.— 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo ChamberMusic Society. Silver Birch String Quartet.Haydn: Quartets Op. 0; Op. 1 No. 6; Op. 17No. 6; Op. 20 No. 4. KWCMS Music Room,57 Young St. W., Waterloo. 519-886-1673.; (sr); $15(st).— 8:00: St. John The Evangelist AnglicanChurch. Barry Snyder, piano. 23 Water St.N. Kitchener. 519-576-2129. ; $15.Sunday September 13— 12:00noon: Guelph Jazz Festival.Milford Graves & David Murray. River RunCentre, 35 Woolwich St., Guelph. 519-763-4952. -.— 1:15: Guelph Jazz Festival. Outstallation:Three Parades. St. George’s Church, 99Woolwich St., Guelph. 519-763-4952. Free.— 7:00: Guelph Jazz Festival. TheTallboys. The Bookshelf, 41 Quebec St.,Guelph. 519-763-4952. -$15.Tuesday September 15— 12:00noon: St. Paul’s Anglican Cathedral.Noon Organ Recital. Stephanie Burgoyneand William Vandertuin, organ. 472Richmond St., London. 519-752-0965. Free.Thursday September 17— 7:30: Prince Edward County MusicFestival. Evening Concert No. 1. Brahms:Sonata in E flat Op. 120 No. 2; MacDonald:The Dream of Amphion Op 53; Shostakovich:Quintet for Piano and Strings Op 57.Stéphane Lemelin, piano; Penderecki StringQuartet. Church of St. Mary Magdalene,335 Main St., Picton. 613-393-3798. ;(st).— 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo ChamberMusic Society. Paul Galbraith, classicalguitar. Haydn: Sonata 36 in c (trans. e);Ponce: Prelude, Variations and Fugue on “LaFolia de España”; Bach: Cello Suites Nos. 5and 6. KWCMS Music Room, 57 Young St.W., Waterloo. 519-886-1673. ; (sr);$15(st).Friday September 18— 7:30: Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony.Fete de Frederica. Music by Berlioz. Saint-Saëns, Bizet, and Massenet. Frederica vonStade, mezzo; Edwin Outwater, conductor.Centre in the Square., 101 Queen St. N.,Kitchener. 519-745-4711/888-745-4717.-.— 7:30: Prince Edward County MusicFestival. Evening Concert No. 2. MacDonald:Steps in Sunshine Op. 33; Beethoven:Quartet in a Op. 132. Joseph Petric, accordion;Normand Forget, oboe; JamesCampbell, clarinet; Veronica Tennant, narrator;Penderecki String Quartet. Church ofSt. Mary Magdalene, 335 Main St., Picton.613-393-3798. ; (st).— 8:00: Sweetwater Music Festival.Concert No. 1. Works by Klein, Golijov andMozart. Adrian Butterfield, Jonathan Crow,Mark Fewer, Barry Shiffman, violin; DeniseDjokic, cello; and others. Historical LeithChurch, 419134 Tom Thomson Lane, Leith.519-371-2833. . Proceeds to the JeanMedley Memorial Fund.Saturday September 19— 10:00am: Prince Edward County MusicFestival. Family Concert. Joseph Petric,accordion. Books & Company, 289 MainSt., Picton. 613-393-3798. ; (child);(family).— 2:00: Prince Edward County MusicFestival. Jamming. James Campbell, clarinet;Andrew MacDonald, guitar. Books &Company, 289 Main St., Picton. 613-393-3798. ; (child); (family).— 7:30: Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra.Pops Series – HPO By Request. Musicchosen by the listeners. Guest: Tom Allen;James Sommerville, conductor. HamiltonPlace, 1 Summers Lane, Hamilton. 905-526-7756. -; -(sr); (st);(children under 12).— 7:30: Prince Edward County MusicFestival. Evening Concert No. 3. Weber:Quintet for Clarinet and Strings Op 34; Mac-Donald: The Winds of Thera for accordionand strings Op 44; Schubert: Quintet in Afor piano and strings “The Trout”. StéphaneLemelin, piano; Penderecki String Quartet;David Currie, bass; Joseph Petric, accordion.Church of St. Mary Magdalene, 335 MainSt., Picton. 613-393-3798. ; (st).— 8:00: Guelph Symphony Orchestra.Rockin’ with the GSO. Musical tributes tothe Beatles, Bon Jovi, Chicago and others.Guests: local pop/rock artists. John F. RossHigh School, 21 Meyer Dr., Guelph. 519-763-3000. .— 8:00: Kingston Symphony Orchestra.Stars at an Exhibition. Estacio: Borealis;Rachmaninoff: Piano Concerto No.2; Mussorgsky:Pictures at an Exhibition. AndréLaplante, piano; Glen Fast, conductor; JoséFrancisco Salgado, visual images. Grand Theatre,218 Princess St., Kingston. 613-530-2050. -; -(sr); $15-(st); (children under 10).— 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo ChamberMusic Society. Danny Holt, piano. Fitkin:Fervent; Tanaka: Techno Etudes I, II, III;O’Riley: Selected Radiohead Transcriptions;Garson: NOW Music Suite. KWCMS MusicRoom, 57 Young St. W., Waterloo. 519-886-1673. ; $15(sr); (st).— 8:00: Sweetwater Music Festival.Concert No. 2. Vivaldi: Four Seasons; songsby Piaf and Cohen. Jonathan Crow, AdrianButterfield, Barry Shiffman, Mark Fewer,violin; Melanie Conly, soprano; and others.Division Street United Church, 997 4th Ave.E., Owen Sound. 519-371-2833. .Proceeds to the Jean Medley Memorial Fund.6:45: pre-concert chat.Sunday September 20— 2:00: Sweetwater Music Festival.Concert No. 3. Works by Handel, Vivaldi,Couperin, Leclair and Muffat. Adrian Butterfield,Jonathan Crow, Mark Fewer, BarryShiffman, violin; Denise Djokic, cello; andothers. Historical Leith Church, 419134 TomThomson Lane, Leith. 519-371-2833. .Proceeds to the Jean Medley Memorial Fund.— 2:30: Kingston Symphony Orchestra.Stars at an Exhibition. See Sep. 19September 18, 19, 20, 2009TICKETS ON SALE NOW:Friday at 8pm --Saturday at 8pm --Sunday at 2pm --

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