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Volume 19 Issue 1 - September 2013

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The WholeNote listings are arranged in four sections:A.GTA (Greater TORONTO Area) covers all of Torontoplus Halton, Peel, York and Durham regions.B.Beyond the GTA covers many areas of SouthernOntario outside Toronto and the GTA. In the currentissue, there are listings for events in Ancaster, Barrie,Bloomfield, Guelph, Hamilton, Leith, London, Markdale, Niagaraon-the-Lake,Orangeville, Owen Sound, Paris, Peterborough,Picton, Port Hope, St. Catharines, Stratford, Wasaga Beach andWaterloo. Starts on page 47.C.In the Clubs (Mostly Jazz)is organized alphabetically by club.Starts on page 51.D.The EtCeteras is for galas, fundraisers, competitions,screenings, lectures, symposia, masterclasses, workshops,singalongs and other music-related events (exceptperformances) which may be of interest to our readers.Starts on page 53.A general word of caution. A phone number is providedwith every listing in The WholeNote — in fact, we won’t publisha listing without one. Concerts are sometimes cancelled or postponed;artists or venues may change after listings are published.Please check before you go out to a concert.How to List. Listings in The WholeNote in the four sections aboveare a free service available, at our discretion, to eligible presenters.If you have an event, send us your information no later than the8th of the month prior to the issue or issues in which your listing iseligible to appear.LISTINGS DEADLINE. The next issue covers the period fromOctober 1, 2013 to November 7, 2013. All listings must be receivedby midnight Sunday September 8.Listings can be sent by e-mail to listings@thewholenote.com orby fax to 416-603-4791 or by regular mail to the address on page 6.We do not receive listings by phone, but you can call 416-323-2232x27 for further information.listings zone map. Visit our website to see a detailed versionof this map: thewholenote.com.LakeHuron6GeorgianBay73 42 15Lake Erie8City of TorontoLISTINGSLake OntarioA. Concerts in the GTAIN THIS ISSUE: Aurora, Brampton, Markham, Mississauga,Oshawa, Pickering and Whitby.Sunday September 1● ● 1:30: Nu Musical Theatricals/ClassicalTheatre Project/Starvox Entertainment.Cats. Webber. Eric Abel (Alozo/Caricopat);Charles Azulay (Old Deuteronomy); SusanCuthbert (Jennyanydots/Griddlebone/Jellylorum);Ma-Anne Dionisio (Grizabella); andothers; Dave Campbell, stage director; LonaDavis, music director. Panasonic Theatre,651 Yonge St. 416-872-1212 or 1-800-461-3333. -0. Tue-Sat at 7:30; Wed, Sat andSun at 1:30. Runs to September 22. LISTINGNOT REPEATED.● ● 4:00: Cathedral Church of St. James. TwilightRecitals. Andrew Ager, organ. 65 ChurchSt. 416-364-7865 x231. Freewill offering.● ● 4:00: Lower Ossington Theatre. Next toNormal. Music by Kitt; book and lyrics by Yorkey.Heather Braaten, director; Paul Moody,music director. 100A Ossington Ave. 416-915-6747. -. Also Sep 5-8, 12-15, 19-22,26-29; start times vary.Monday September 2● ● 12:15: Music Mondays. Arpeggio: journeythrough 300 years of music for solo cello.Bach: Suite in G for unaccompanied cello; alsoworks by Corigliano and Golijov. Bryan Holt,cello. Church of the Holy Trinity, 10 TrinitySq. 416-598-4521 x304. Free, suggesteddonation.Tuesday September 3● ● 1:00: Cathedral Church of St. James.Music at Midday. Andrew Adair, organ.65 Church St. 416-364-7865 x231. Freewilloffering.Thursday September 5● ● 8:00: Blue Moss Ensemble. New Worksfor Piano, Cello and Percussion. New worksby Hostman, O. Muller, D. Miller, LeBel andRenaud. Rachel Desoer, cello; Wesley Shen,piano; Daniel Morphy, percussion. ArraySpace, 155 Walnut St. 647-438-9874. ;(sr/st).● ● 8:00: Lower Ossington Theatre. Next toNormal. See Sep 1.● ● 8:30: Constellation Records/Musicworks/MusicGallery/Collective Concerts.A Night in Toronto. Esmerine, Matana Roberts,Dundasa 80, Jerusalem In My Heart,Saltland. Great Hall, 1087 Queen St. W. 416-598-0720. .Friday September 6● ● 1:10: Gordon Murray Presents. Piano Potpourri.Selections from classics, opera, operetta,musicals, ragtime, pop, internationaland other genres. Gordon Murray, piano.MUSICAL THEATREThe following long-run musicals appear only once in our daily concert listings onthe date of the first performance falling within the date range covered in this issue.Check websites for details. First performance dates and times are as follows:●●Sept 1, 1:30 Nu Musical Theatricals/Classical Theatre Project/StarvoxEntertainment. Cats. Runs to September 22. (GTA)●●Sept 1, 2:00 Shaw Festival. The Light in the Piazza. Runs to October 13. (Beyond GTA)●●Sept 1, 2:00 Stratford Festival. Fiddler on the Roof. Runs to October 20. (Beyond GTA)●●Sept 4, 8:00 Shaw Festival. Guys and Dolls. Runs to November 3. (Beyond GTA)●●Sept 4, 8:00 Stratford Festival. Tommy. Runs to October 19. (Beyond GTA)Trinity-St. Paul’s United Church, 427 Bloor St.W. 416-631-4300. PWYC. Lunch and snackfriendly.● ● 7:30: Loose TEA Music Theatre. La Tragédiede Carmen. Adapted from Bizet’s Carmen.Cassandra Warner (Carmen); Lisa Faieta(Micaëla); Ryan Harper (Don Jose); GregoryFinney (Escamillo); Alaina Viau, director;Jennifer Tung, music director. Buddies InBad Times Theatre, 12 Alexander St. 416-975-8555. ; (st). In French; English surtitlesand dialogue. Also Sep 7, 8(mat).● ● 8:00: Lower Ossington Theatre. Next toNormal. See Sep 1.Saturday September 7● ● 2:00: Lower Ossington Theatre. Next toNormal. Also 8:00. See Sep 1.● ● 7:30: Loose TEA Music Theatre. La Tragédiede Carmen. See Sep 6.● ● 8:00: 9th Diva Productions. The CrimsonLeaf. One woman music drama aboutlove and longing in two ages. Music by Arifin;script by Toumrai. Maryam Toumrai, vocalsand actor. Al Green Theatre, 750 Spadina Ave.416-254-5219. .● ● 8:00: Lower Ossington Theatre. Next toNormal. Also 2:00. See Sep 1.Sunday September 8● ● 9:00am: Etobicoke Community ConcertBand. Taste of the Kingsway. Tribute to ArtieShaw; Skyfall; Lawrence of Arabia; HawaiiFive-O Theme; Just A Closer Walk with Thee;and other works. Etobicoke Bandstand,3200 Bloor St. W. 416-410-1570. Free; pancakebreakfast included.● ● 2:30: Loose TEA Music Theatre. La Tragédiede Carmen. See Sep 6.● ● 4:00: Cathedral Church of St. James. TwilightRecitals. David Briggs, organ. 65 ChurchSt. 416-364-7865 x231. Freewill offering.● ● 4:00: Harbourfront Centre. SummerMusic in the Garden: Here Comes the Sun.Haydn: String Quartet in D (from the “Sun”Quartets Op.20); Ravel: String Quartet in F.Cecilia String Quartet. Toronto Music Garden,475 Queens Quay W. 416-973-4000. Free.● ● 4:00: Lower Ossington Theatre. Next toNormal. See Sep 1.● ● 4:30: Christ Church Deer Park. Jazz Vespers.Musicians tba. 1570 Yonge St. 416-920-5211 x22. Free, donations welcome. Religiousservice.● ● 7:30: University of Toronto Faculty ofMusic. Gabrieli Consort: Songs of Farewell- Rejoice in the Lamb. Choral music of Englishcomposers throughout the ages. GabrieliConsort; University of Toronto ScholaCantorum; Daniel Taylor, conductor; MatthewLarkin, organ. Church of the Holy Trinity,42 | September 1 – October 7, 2013 thewholenote.com

10 Trinity Sq. 416-408-0208. ; (sr);(st).● ● 8:00: Alcon Entertainment/Music Gallery.Jóhann Jóhannsson with ACME StringQuartet. Jóhannsson: Score for Villeneuve’sfilm Prisoners; and other works.Music Gallery, 197 John St. 416-204-1080./(adv).Tuesday September 10● ● 1:00: Cathedral Church of St. James.Music at Midday. David Briggs, organ.65 Church St. 416-364-7865 x231. Freewilloffering.● ● 8:00: Chelsea Shanoff, saxophone.Nucleus. Works by Labadie, Chang, O’Connor,Cockcroft, Nagao and others. Marc Funkenhauser,saxophone; Michelle Hwu, percussion;Patrick Power, guitar; Wesley Shen,piano. Music Gallery, 197 John St. 647-821-3863. ; (sr/st).Wednesday September 11● ● 12:30: Yorkminster Park Baptist Church.Noon Hour Organ Recital Series. SimonWalker, organ. 1585 Yonge St. 416-922-1167.Free.● ● 7:00: Civic Light-Opera Company. AnnieGet Your Gun. Music and lyrics by Berlin; bookby H. and D. Fields. Finnie Jesson (Annie Oakley);John Kemp (Frank Butler); David Haines(Charlie Davenport); and others; Joe Cascone,director. Fairview Library Theatre,35 Fairview Mall Dr. 416-755-1717. . AlsoSep 12-15, 18-22; start times vary. SOLD OUT.● ● 7:30: group of twenty-seven. SpotlightSeries. Rachel Mercer, cello; Angela Park,piano. Heliconian Hall, 35 Hazelton Ave. 416-735-3662. ; (sr/st); (youth/child).Thursday September 12● ● 12:15: Music at Metropolitan. Noon at Met.Richard Spotts, organ. Metropolitan UnitedChurch, 56 Queen St. E. 416-363-0331 x26.Free.● ● 7:00: Harbourfront Centre. SummerMusic in the Garden: Bach at Dusk – plusHossfeld. Bach: Suite No.3 in C for unaccompaniedcello; Hossfeld: new work (world premiere).Kate Bennett Haynes, baroque cello.Toronto Music Garden, 475 Queens Quay W.416-973-4000. Free.● ● 8:00: Civic Light-Opera Company. AnnieGet Your Gun. See Sep 11.● ● 8:00: Lower Ossington Theatre. Next toNormal. See Sep 1.Friday September 13● ● 1:10: Gordon Murray Presents. Piano Potpourri.Selections from classics, opera, operetta,musicals, ragtime, pop, international andother genres. Gordon Murray, piano. Trinity-St. Paul’s United Church, 427 Bloor St. W. 416-631-4300. PWYC. Lunch and snack friendly.● ● 5:30: Canadian Music Centre. On the 13thPiano Series: Over Open Seas – The 21st CenturyVirtuoso. Works by Xenakis, Chin and Ho.Claudia Chan, piano. 20 St. Joseph St. 416-961-6601 x201. /(adv).● ● 8:00: Civic Light-Opera Company. AnnieGet Your Gun. See Sep 11.● ● 8:00: Lower Ossington Theatre. Next toNormal. See Sep 1.● ● 8:00: TorQ Percussion Quartet. A Shiftin Time. Works by DeSantis, Hallo, Hatch,Reich, Applebaum and Morphy. Richard Burrows,Adam Campbell, Jamie Drake and DanielMorphy, percussion. Enwave Theatre,Harbourfront Centre, 231 Queens Quay W.416-973-4000. ; (arts worker); (st).Every Monday @ 12:15 pmJune 3 - September 30, 2013Artistic Director: Eitan Cornfield10 Trinity Square (Behind the Eaton Centre)Suggested Donation: sEptEMbEr 201302ArpEggioBryan Holt, celloA brilliant young player’sjourney through 300 yearsof music for solo cello fromBach’s iconic Suite in G Majorto masterpieces by JohnCorigiliano and Osvaldo Golijov.09in A nutshEllStelth Ng, violinValentina Sadovski,pianoA whirlwind history of theviolin sonata with musicby Bach, Beethoven, Grieg,Debussy and Ravel from anemerging violinist whoseplaying is as distinctive as hisname.16brAhMs inlovEThe Madawaska QuartetBrett Kingsbury, pianoBrahms composed the PianoQuartet in C Minor while tornbetween despair for his friendRobert Schumann and love forhis friend’s wife, Clara.23FirE And WAtErLisa Tahara, pianoEvocative works by Ravel,Debussy, Scriabin and ManuelDe Falla.30FroM rAgAs torhythMAutorickshawCome celebrate our favouriteIndo-Canadian fusion band’sreturn to Music Mondays.www.musicmondays.caLike us on Facebook!thewholenote.com September 1 – October 7, 2013 | 43

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