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Volume 17 Issue 4 - December 2011

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Cathedral Church of St. James.Gregg Redner, organ. Theatre Columbus/Evergreen BrickWorks. The Story. Rose Theatre Brampton. MarkMasri, voice and piano. Holiday classics. 1Theatre Lane, Brampton. 905-874-2800.Toronto Symphony Orchestra.Christmas Holiday Pops. Seasonal favouritesincluding Ding Dong Merrily on High, Go TellArts Chorus. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe St.A. Concerts in the GTAWednesday December 21Toronto Symphony Orchestra.Christmas Holiday Pops. See Dec 20.Orpheus Choir. Christmas with Adrianne. Summer in Winter (pre-art songs. -Theatre Columbus/Evergreen BrickWorks. The Story. Toronto Masque Theatre. Merry TMTChristmas Cabaret and Fundraiser. Enoch TurnerSchoolhouse, 6 Trinity St. 416-410-4561. .See Section D, “The ETCeteras” under Galas& Fundraisers.Thursday December 22Metropolitan United Church. Noonat MetChurch of the Holy Trinity. TheChristmas Story. See Dec 9.Theatre Columbus/Evergreen BrickWorks. The Story. Markham Theatre for the PerformingArts. A Leahy Family Christmas. Celticmedleys and traditional carols and songs. 171-.Massey Hall and Roy Thomson Hall.The Canadian Tenors: Home for the Holidays.Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe St. 416-872-Friday December 23Church of the Holy Trinity. TheChristmas Story. See Dec 9.Theatre Columbus/Evergreen BrickWorks. The Story. Ensemble Polaris. the Nutcracker. Arrangements of Russian folktunes and original interpretations of festiveMassey Hall and Roy Thomson Hall.The Canadian Tenors: Home for the Holidays.See Dec 22.Saturday December 24Church of the Holy Trinity.The Christmas Story. See Dec 9.Metropolitan CommunityChurch of Toronto (MCC Toronto). 22ndAnnual Christmas Eve Service. TraditionalHall, 60 Simcoe St. 416-872-4255. . Religiousservice.Church of St. Mary Magdalene.Christmas Eve Midnight Mass. 477 Manninggiousservice.St. Thomas’s Anglican Church.Christmas Eve Midnight Mass. Choral musicworks by Bach and Messiaen.Sunday December 25St. Thomas’s Anglican Church.Christmas Day. Said Eucharist (Book of theSt. Thomas’s Anglican Church.Christmas Day. Sung Eucharist (Contemporaryoffering. Religious service.Church of St. Mary Magdalene.Folk Mass. Freewill offering. Religious service.St. Thomas’s Anglican Church.Christmas Day. Solemn Eucharist (Traditionaloffering. Religious service.Tuesday December 27Theatre Columbus/Evergreen BrickWorks. The Story. listings@thewholenote.comATMedia Sponsor:Definitely NOT the NutcrackerFestive tunes from Canada’s Arctic Fusion bandFRIDAY, DECEMBER 23 @ 8 pmHELICONIAN HALL, 35 Hazelton Ave. ( st/sr)Info: 416-588-4301Ensemble POLARISMarco CERA – Kirk ELLIOTT – Margaret GAY – Ben GROSSMAN –Alison MELVILLE – Colin SAVAGE – Debashis SINHA – Jeff WILSON48 thewholenote.comDecember 1 – February 7, 2012

NEW YEAR’S CELEBRATIONSATROY THOMSON HALLWallis Gunta, mezzo-sopranoBravissimo!Opera’s Greatest HitsSaturday December 31, 2011 7pmOpera Canada SymphonyBruno Aprea, conductor (Italy)Sabina Cvilak, soprano (Slovenia)Chiara Taigi, soprano (Italy)Wallis Giunta, mezzo-soprano (Canada)David Pomeroy, tenor (Canada)Aris Argiris, baritone (Greece)Celebrate Opera’s Greatest Hits with a stellar cast of internationalopera stars including famous excerpts from Tosca, Carmen, and more…Bravissimo! A truly magnificent Opera Extravaganza!Salute to ViennaNew Year’s Concert 2012Sunday January 1, 2012 2:30pmThe Strauss Symphony of CanadaAndrás Deák, conductor (Budapest)Renée Schüttengruber, soprano (Vienna)Wolfgang Gratschmaier, tenor (Vienna)Dancers from Kiev-Aniko Ballet of UkraineThis annual recreation of Vienna’s world famous New Year’sConcert returns with a new cast of 75 musicians, stellar Europeansingers and dancers performing favourite waltzes, polkas andOperetta excerpts by Johann Strauss, Jr.The Tradition continues for the 17th consecutive year!Both concerts are co-presented with Attila Glatz Concert Productions

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