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Volume 19 Issue 9 - June/July/August 2014

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OUR SPECTACULAR2014-2015 CONCERT SEASONBeatrice RanaSEASON SUBSCRIPTIONSON SALE NOW!Save 35% or more with ourpopular 6-concert packageOrder online today at spo.caor email spo@spo.ca torequest a copy of our FREEseason brochureScarboroughPhilharmonicOrchestra@SPOGreatMusicHalloween Trick or TreatSaturday November 1, 2014Festive Music for theHoliday seasonSaturday November 30, 2014Music from France, Canada,South Asia & More!Saturday January 17, 2015A Canadian Panoramafor WindsSaturday March 20, 2015An Italian FestivalSaturday March 28, 2015Masterworks of Beethovenand BrahmsSaturday March 20, 2015an Ontario government agencyun organisme du gouvernement de l’Ontarioglowing review of her Harmonia Mundi CD in the February 2014 issueof this magazine.Peter Serkin brings a sterling record as a chamber musician to hiscollaboration with the Orion String Quartet, the quartet-in-residenceat Lincoln Center. A program containing quintets by Brahms andDvořák is a tantalizing prospect.If having concertmaster Jonathan Crow and other TSO membersparticipating in TSM weren’t enough, the entire orchestra will closeout the festival August 12 in their first ever concert in Koerner Hallwith a preview of their upcoming European tour which includesClaude Vivier’s Orion. “I have the impression that I’m sitting still onan airplane,” Vivier wrote, describing the piece. “I remain in the sameplace and yet I go from Cairo to Kuala Lumpur.” The TSO is off toVienna, Amsterdam, Wiesbaden, Helsinki and Reykjavik.Le Festival de Lanaudière bills itself as the largest festival of classicalmusic in Canada. Located in Joliette, about an hour northwestof Montreal, it includes many artists who rarely travel to Toronto, aswell as others who do. Pianists Alain Lefèvre (whose recital July 8features all 24 Chopin preludes and Ravel’s La Valse) and Dejan Lazić(in a program July 14 ranging from C.P.E. Bach and Scarlatti to Brittenand Bartók) fall into the former category while Kristian Bezuidenhout,who recently appeared here with Tafelmusik performing a Mozartpiano concerto, gives two recitals (July 15 and 17) devoted to eightMozart sonatas on a fortepiano built in the late 18th century aroundthe time of the composer’s death.Beatrice Rana plays the same recital in Lanaudière as in Toronto,two days later. Toronto native Stewart Goodyear offers a variedprogram July 22 of Berg’s Sonata No.1, Bach’s French Suite No.5 andBeethoven’s Diabelli Variations.The marvellous Jennifer Koh, whose memorable appearance as theviolin-playing Einstein in the 2012 Luminato production of PhilipGlass’ Einstein on the Beach was the heart of the opera, performstwo Bach sonatas, Berio Sequenza VIII and John Zorn’s Passagenon July 28.No less enticing is the July 20 Orford Six Pianos concert whichincludes Mussorgsky’s A Night on Bald Mountain and Pictures at anExhibition, Ravel’s Pavane pour une enfant défunte and Mère l’oyeas well as two suites by Khatchaturian. Paavo Järvi and Die DeutscheKammerphilharmonie Bremen clearly love Brahms. August 2 findsthem performing his second symphony along with Lars Vogt in hisfirst piano concerto, while Brahms’ first symphony and violin concerto(with Christian Tetzlaff) can be heard the following evening.Yannick Nézet-Séguin leads the Orchestre Métropolitain in a mostlyWagner program August 6 while Debussy and Ravel help Kent Nagano20 | June 4, 2014 – Sept 7, 2014 thewholenote.com

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