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Volume 15 Issue 8 - May 2010

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on period instrumentsMozart K159Haydn “Quinten”Schubert“Rosamunde”Sunday, May 16, 3:00A. Concerts In The GTA(selections); Near: Hay una mujer; Barnwell:Would You Harbor Me?; also music fromSouth Africa and Georgia. Guest: Ben Grossman,percussion; Becca Whitla and AlanGasser, conductors. Church of the Holy Trinity,10 Trinity Sq. 416-588-9050 x3. $15;(advance); (underwaged).• 3:00: St. Clements Church. Organist inRecital. Music by Bach, Bedard, and Vierne.Thomas Fitches, organ. 59 Briar Hill Ave.416-483- 6664. Free.• 3:00: Symphony Hamilton. Symphonyon the Bay. Smetana: The Moldau; Handel/Harty: Water Music; Rodgers: South Pacificselections; Debussy: Nocturnes. James R.McKay, conductor. Royal Botanical Gardens,680 Plains Rd. W., Burlington. 905-526-6690. ; (sr/st); (children under12).• 3:00: Toronto Chamber Choir. Kaffeemusik:Bach and the German Motet. MarkVuorinen, music director; guests: RosedaleHeights Secondary School of the Arts ChamberChoir, Maria Riedstra, conductor. ChristChurch Deer Park, 1570 Yonge St. -;Mark VuorinenMusic Director.50(under 30).• 3:00: Spring Recital.Works by Chopin, Beethoven, Vivaldi,Rodrigo, Obradors, Granados, Chuquihuara,and others. Christian Chuquihuara, JoGreenaway, piano; Miriam Tikotin, soprano;Victoria College Chapel, 91 Charles St. W.647-367-6176. $15; (advance).• 3:00: Viva! Youth Singers. 10th AnniversaryCelebration Concert. Arden: TheBest Years; also works by Rolfe and Palmer.Guests: ECS Choir. Carol Woodward Ratzlaff,artistic director; 416-788-8482. ;$15(sr/st).• 3:00: Windermere String Quartet. ACelebration of the WSQ’s Fifth Season. Mozart:Quartet in B-flat K159; Joseph Haydn:Quartet in d Op.76 No.2 “Quinten”; Schubert:Quartet in a D804 “Rosamunde”. St.Olave’s Anglican Church, 360 WindermereAve. 416-769-7054. ; (sr/st).• 4:00: St. James’ Cathedral. TwilightKaffeemusik:Bach and the GermanMotetEarly German motets lead toJ.S. Bach’s famous Jesu, meineFreudeSunday May 16 3 p.m.Christ Church Deer Park, 1570 Yonge St(416) 763-1695 torontochamberchoir.caRecital Series: Andrew Ager, organ. 65Church St. 416-364-7865. Free (donationswelcome).• 4:00: St. Philip’s Anglican Church. JazzVespers. Diane Nalini Quartet. 25 St. PhillipsRd. 416-247-5181. Free.• 5:00: Nocturnes in the City. Boris Krajny,piano. St. Wenceslaus Church, 496 GladstoneAve. 905-232-3092. ; $15(st).• 7:30: Oakville Chamber Ensemble.Singet. Bach: Singet den Herrn, alle Heiden;Singet dem Herrn ein neues Lied; CantataNo. 33 “Allein zu dir, Herr Jesu Christ”; andother works. St. John’s United Church, 262Randall St., Oakville. 905-825-9740. ;(adv); (sr); $15(sr adv); $15(st);(family); (family adv).• 7:30: Pride of Israel Synagogue. Songsfrom the Jewish Soul. Traditional, contemporaryand original music from all parts of theJewish world. Aaron Lightstone, oud/guitar;Ernie Toller, Indian/Middle Eastern woodflutes/saxophone; Adam Campbell, percussion,Aviva Chernick, vocals. 59 Lissom Cr.416-226-0111 x10. ; ( adv).• 8:00: Esprit Orchestra, No Reason toPanic. Vivier: Orion; Andriessen: VermeerPictures; Nas: No reason to panic; Schafer:Gitanjali. Donna Brown, soprano; Alex Pauk,conductor. Jane Mallett Theatre, 27 FrontSt. E. 416-366-7723/800-708-6754. ;(sr); $15(under 30). Pre-concert talk.• 8:00 & 9:00: Music Gallery. The VoiceSummit. 8:00: Butterfield: Stall, for twovoices and tape. Christine Duncan and DBBoyko, vocalists. Harrison Pool, 15 StephanieSt; 9:00: Vocal improvisations by ShelleyHirsch. Music Gallery, 197 John St. 416-204-1080. ; .34 WWW.THEWHOLENOTE.COMMay 1 - June 7, 2010

Monday May 17• 12:15: Organix. Rachel Mahon, organ.Music by Corrette and Respighi. Guests:Unionville String Orchestra; Larry Beckwith,director. Church of the Holy Trinity, 10 TrinitySq. 416-241-9785. Freewill offering.• 7:30: Associates of the Toronto SymphonyOrchestra. Five Small Concerts:Masterworks, Small and Large, fromNineteenth-Century Giants. Haydn: Trio HobXV No.25; Mozart: Symphony No.40 K550(arranged by Hummel); Beethoven: Trio VII“Archduke”. Hyung-Sun Paik, violin; JulieRanti, flute; William Findlay, cello; Ka KitTam, piano. Trintiy St.-Paul’s Centre, 427Bloor St. W. 416-485-2717. ; $15(sr/st);(children under 12).• 7:30: Canadian Opera Company. TheFlying Dutchman. See May 2.Tuesday May 18• 12:00 noon: Canadian Opera Company.Vocal Series: Italian Arias and Art Songs.Arias and art songs sung by soprano SerenaFarnocchia. Richard Bradshaw Amphitheatre,Four Seasons Centre for the PerformingArts, 145 Queen St. W. 416-363-8321.Free.• 12:10: University of Toronto. Music forHaiti. Works by Arnold, Beethoven, Bollingand Tull. Margot Arntfield, flute; DonaldBoere, oboe; Sam Broverman, baritone;Michelle Kyle, Beverly Lewis, and TimmyMo, piano; and others. Music Room, HartHouse, 7 Hart House Circle. 416-977-3637.By donation. Proceeds to Doctors WithoutBorders.• 1:00: St. James’ Cathedral. Musicat Midday: Miriam Tikotin, soprano. 65Church St. 416-364-7865. Free (donationswelcome).• 7:00: Jeunesses Musicales. JamesEhnes, violin, and Jamie Parker, piano.Works by Beethoven, Bach, Schumann andBrahms. Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front St.W. 416-536-8649. 5 (includes $150 taxreceipt); .• 7:00: Royal Ontario Museum. Henry Purcell:An Evening of Baroque Fantasy. Purcell:Orpheus Britannicus, and other works. PaulJenkins, tenor; Alison Melville, Colin Savage,recorders; Borys Medicky, harpsichord;Jeremy Nasmith, Léonie Gagné, Baroquedancers; talks by curator Brian Musselwhiteand musicologist David Fallis.100 Queen’s Park. 416-586-5096. . •7:30: Canadian Opera Company. Idomeneo.See May 9.• 8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra.Last Night of the Proms. Elgar: Pomp andCircumstance; Parry: Jerusalem; Arne: RuleBritannia, and other works. Bramwell Tovey,conductor. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe St.416-872-4255. -.Wednesday May 19• 12:30: Yorkminster Park BaptistChurch. Joanne Vollendorf Clark, organ.1585 Yonge St. 416- 922-1167. Free.• 2:00 & 8:00: Toronto SymphonyOrchestra. Last Night of the Proms. SeeMay 18.• 6:00: Hammer Band. From Violence toViolins. Moshe Hammer, violin; John Mc-Dermott, tenor; Jean Stilwell, mezzo; PaulHoffert Jazz Trio; Kids in the Hammer Band.Integral House, 194 Roxborough Dr. 416-440-0066. 0.• 8:00: Music Gallery. Dans les Arbres.Xavier Charles, clarinet/harmonica; IvarGrydeland, acoustic guitar/banjo/sruti;Christian Wallumrød, piano/harmonium; IngarZach, bass drum/percussion. 197 John St.416-204-1080 x1.Thursday May 20• 12:00: Continuum Contemporary Music/CanadianOpera Company. ChamberMusic Series: Wild and Wooly – What reallycounts. Tom Johnson: Narayana’s Cows;Hannan: Where I live is shite/Where I live isposh; Peltier: Summertime for Sex in WoolySweaters; Gervais: Jackhammer Lullaby.Carla Huhtanen, soprano. Richard BradshawAmphitheatre, Four Seasons for the PerformingArts, 145 Queen St. W. 416-925-4945.Free.• 7:30: Canadian Opera Company. TheFlying Dutchman. See May 2.• 8:00: Corktown Chamber Orchestra.Season Finale. Beethoven: Triple Concerto;Symphony No. 4. Paul McCulloch, conductor;Will Callaghan, guest conductor; ElyssaLefurgey-Smith, violin; Paul McCulloch,cello; Lyris Pat, piano. Little Trinity AnglicanChurch, 425 King E. 416-367-0272. ;free(child).Friday May 21• 6:30: Alchemy. An Hour of ChamberMusic. Works by Flackton, Mozart, Rachmaninov,Bridge and Turina. John Soloninka,violin; Charles Small, viola; Shelly Wu, cello;Marcia Beach and Meri Gec, piano. NorthernDistrict Library, 40 Orchard View Blvd. 416-393-7610. Free.• 7:30: Canadian Opera Company. Idomeneo.See May 9.• 8:00: Continuum Contemporary Music.Wisdom of the Elders – Who’s counting?Hannan: Where I live is shite/Where I live isposh; Johnson: Tortue de Mer; Narayana’sCows; Palmer: new work; Gervais: JackhammerLullaby. Carla Huhtanen, soprano; RHThomson, actor. Music Gallery, 197 John St.416-925-4945. ; $15; .Saturday May 22• 7:30: Canadian Opera Company. MariaStuarda. See May 1.• 7:30, Organix. Silent film: “The Eagle.”Organist Andrei Streliaev accompaniesthe 1925 Silent Film. St. John’s AnglicanChurch, 19 Don Ridge Dr. 416-241-9785.Freewill offering (proceeds to charity).• 8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra.Itzhak Perlman plays Mendelssohn. Mendelssohn:The Hebrides Op.26 “Fingal’sCave”; Violin Concerto in e Op.64; SymphonyNo.4 in A Op.90 “Italian”. Itzhak Perlman,violin; Peter Oundjian, conductor; guests:Toronto Symphony Youth Orchestra. RoyThomson Hall, 60 Simcoe St. 416-872-4255. -0. 7:15: Pre-concert chat.Sunday May 23• 3:00: Organix/Our Lady of SorrowsCatholic Church. International Artist Series.Bach: Die Kunst der Fuge BWV1080.James David Christie and Jacob Street,organ. 3055 Bloor St. W. 416-241-9785.Proceeds to maintain the organ.• 4:00: St. James’ Cathedral. TwilightRecital Series: Andrew Adair, organ. 65Church St. 416-364-7865. Free (donationswelcome).• 4:30: Christ Church Deer Park. JazzVespers: Verne Dorge Quartet. 1570Yonge St. 416-920-5211. Free (donationswelcome).Monday May 24• 12:15: Organix. Jacob Street, organ.Church of the Holy Trinity, 10 Trinity Sq.416-241-9785. Freewill offering.Tuesday May 25• 12:00 noon: Canadian Opera Company.Vocal Series: Les Adieux. Arias and ensemblespresented by graduating artists ofthe COC Ensemble Studio. Richard BradshawAmphitheatre, Four Seasons Centre for thePerforming Arts, 145 Queen St. W. 416-363-8321. Free.• 1:00: St. James’ Cathedral. Music atMidday Recital Series: Jens Korndörfer,organ. 65 Church St. 416-364-7865. Free(donations welcome).• 2:30: Alchemy. An Hour of ChamberMusic. Works by Flackton, Mozart, Rachmaninov,Bridge and Turina. John Soloninka,violin; Charles Small, viola; Shelly Wu, cello;Marcia Beach and Meri Gec, piano. NewHorizons Tower, 1140 Bloor St W. 416-536-6111. Free.• 7:30: Canadian Opera Company. Idomeneo.See May 9.• 8:00: Art of Time Ensemble. The Songbook4. Featuring Mary Margret O’Hara,singer; Phil Dwyer, sax; Rob Piltch, guitar;Rachel Mercer, cello. Enwave Theatre,Harbourfront Centre, 231 Queen’s Quay W.416-703-5479. -.• 8:00: Les Amis. Porin String Quartet.Works by Shostakovich, Pepa and Sipus(premiere). Gallery 345, 345 Sorauren Ave.905-773-7712. ; $15(sr/arts workers);(st).Wednesday May 26• 12:30: Yorkminster Park BaptistChurch. Julia Rose Dokter, organ. 1585Yonge St. 416- 922-1167. Free.• 7:00: Civic Light Opera Company.Funny Girl. Lennart, Style & Merrill. AshleyMedeiros-Felix (Fanny); Julie Lennick (Mrs.Brice). Fairview Library Theatre, 35 FairviewMall Dr. 416-755-1717. . Also May 27-30, June 2-6, 9-12.TORONTO’S PREMIERE MUSICAL THEATRE presentsThe FANNY BRICE musical that catapultedBARBRA STREISAND to superstardom!“I’m the Greatest Star” * “People” * “Don’t Rain on My Parade”FAIRVIEW LIBRARY THEATRE35 Fairview Mall Dr., Sheppard/Don Mills. TICKETS to .50May 26 to June 12 TICKETS to .50May 1 - June 7, 2010 WWW.THEWHOLENOTE.COM 35

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