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Volume 15 Issue 8 - May 2010

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presentsLUTEFESTMay 7 & 8 at 8 pmThe Toronto Consort has performed many wonderfulmasterpieces of music for the lute: solos, lutesongs,larger ensembles. Now we expand our horizons aroundthe world, as we welcome virtuosos from two otherworld lute traditions: Bassam Bishara, oud (the MiddleEastern lute, and the world’s original lute), and WenZhao, pipa, the Chinese lute virtuosa who so dazzledaudiences in last year’s “Marco Polo Project”.Trinity-St. Paul’s Centre, 427 Bloor St. WestFor Tickets call 416-964-6337or order onlinewww.torontoconsort.orgVERDISaturdayMay 8, 7:30pmREQUIEMHoward Dyck’s Farewell ConcertSondra Radvanovsky sopranoMarie-Nicole Lemieux contraltoJohn Mac Master tenorNathan Berg bass-baritoneCentre In The Square | KitchenerGALA RECEPTIONTickets

THETMVolume 15 No 8 | May 1 - June 7, 2010FOR OPENERS6. Canaries of Capistrano? | COLIN EATOCKFEATURES8. Silk Road Siblings | DAVID PERLMAN44. Ori’s Stories: Dancing, Dining, Rarities& Reservations | ORI DAGANBEAT BY BEAT11. Classical & Beyond | ALLAN PULKER13. Choral Scene | BENJAMIN STEIN14. Early Music | SIMONE DESILETS16. On Opera | CHRISTOPHER HOILE18. In With the New | JASON VAN EYK20. World View | KAREN AGES22. Jazz Notes | JIM GALLOWAY23. Bandstand | JACK MACQUARRIELISTINGS26. Section A. Concerts in the GTA42. Section B. Beyond the GTA44. Section C. In the Clubs (Mostly Jazz)47. Section D. Announcements Et CeteraMUSICAL LIFE50. We Are All Music's Children | MJ BUELL52. Bookshelf | PAMELA MARGLES62. Publisher’s Perch: Of Blogs and Online Stories | DAVID PERLMANDISCOVERIES53. Editor’s Corner | DAVID OLDS54. Vocal55. Early Music and Period Performance56. Classical & Beyond57. Modern & Contemporary58. Jazz & Improvized Music59. It's Our Jazz | GEOFF CHAPMAN60. Extended Play | KEN WAXMAN60. Old Wine in New Bottles | BRUCE SURTEESMORE6. Contact Information & Deadlines25. Index of Advertisers49. Classified AdsIn This IssueACD2 2624 ACD2 2632Théodore DuboisMesse solennelle de saint Remi andMesse de la délivrance for choir, brassand organ, Michel Brousseau, conductor.World premiere recording of two massesby French composer Théodore Duboisre-discovered in the Dubois family’schest of treasures after almosta century of neglect!For its first recording on the ATMA label,the ensemble Masques under the artisticdirection of Olivier Fortin, presentsRameau’s Pièces de clavecin en concerts,one of the most important collectionsfrom the Baroque repertoire.ATMACLASSIQUE.COMSelect ATMA titles now on saleCANARY PAGESfollowing page 32THUNDERBIRDpage 14MAY'S CHILDpage 50

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