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Volume 2 Issue 1 - September 1996

  • Text
  • Toronto
  • Choir
  • September
  • Yonge
  • Symphony
  • Ensemble
  • Musical
  • Bloor
  • Classical
  • Mendelssohn

---~~--~~--------------------~~~•6• Septembe"r The GREENWOOD TRIO Thursday s, Tickets: $t5 I Pianist Gloria Saarinen, tenor David D soprano Mary Delli Colli perform an ev spoken word. WELLINGTON LAMBERT TRIO Thursday t2, Tix: $to & .. An a cape/la group who take the con6e8t of an ~11 vo ensemble to its outer limits. ARCANA Connections: New music from,,Siovakia Saturday t4, Admission: &' Jim Gardiner, trumpet, Marc Sabat, violin, cellist Margaret Gay, Rob Piltch on electric guifl:!r, and pianist Eve Egoyan, open a new season. HE SINGS SHE PLAYS Thursday 19, Tix: $to & Three of Toronto's hottest jazz vocal duets in one amazing evening. PENN KEMP I BUTTEI\FL Y EFFEC~,w, Temporary Harmonies 'li' 'l Friday 20, Admission: $to & Poetry inspired by Kemp's pilgrimage to India, wifh music by Wes Wraggett, performed by him and guitarist Richard Warner. LINDA SHUMAS, piano Saturday 21 Inferno with a vocal narrative written by poet David Johnson, sung by soprano Patricia Swan. DELAWARENESS Friday 27, .. Admission: $to & Combining jazz, classical and folk elements into a sound: that's serious yet playful. CANADIAN ELECTRONIC ENSEMBLE Saturday 28, Tickets: $to '& " Electroacoustic classics by Norma Beecroft, Gustav Ciamaga, and Udo Kasemets. the 179 Richmond Street W. (near University Ave.) All performances begin at 8:00 pm, unless indicated otherwise For tickets and info. call 204-1 080 ,..., PULSE AMADEUS TO YORKMINSTER ALPHABETICAL LIST OF PRESENTERS AND VENUES Amadeus Ensemble 29 Amici Chamber Ensemble 20 Arcana Ensemble· 14 Arts Week Concert 28 l Artword Theatre 1 3 Brilliant Brandenburg to Mesmerizing Mendelssohn 21, 22

September '96 tc t -- - -- - . ' ......................... ~ ...... ... ~~ .. - ---:._- -~ . ~- - -- / the the the the the . d . Women mtereste m e e era auditioning for the choir f•l f•l f•l f•l f•l , should contact the Manager 1 e 1 e 1 e 1 e 1 e at 742-7006. ALL THE OPERA YOU CAN EAT! Gatsby's Restaurant at 504 Church St. has put together an evening of dinner and song every called "From Mozart to Gershwin to Webber" every Friday and Saturday evening beginning at 7:30. What better time to get over there than in September before the concert season really gets going. And on October 17 Gatsby's will be hosting our first ever "Pulse Night" with fabulous musical door prizes, great food and excerpts from Mozart's Don Gidvanni I ORIANA The Oriana Singers, one of the few all-female choirs in Canada, has a new conductor, Wi!liam Brown, who has studied with the likes of )on Washburn and Wayne Riddell and has won the Leslie Bell Conducting Prize. OPEN HOUSES, WORKSHOPS, ETCETERA Daniel Eby, musical director of the Gatsby's show also runs a music school, The New School of Classical Vocal Studies, which will be holding an open house on Sunday, September 8 from 2 to 5 in the afternoon. On Saturday, September 7, Ballet Creole will be holding an open house offering free classes in dance and drumming at 1087 Queen St. W. (the entrance is on Dovercourt Rd.). Phone 588- 8242 for information. Artword Theatre's wonderful "Composers' Soirees" resume some time in the fall. Phone 408-1146 for information. September 20 from 7 to 9 and Sept 21 from 10 to 3 the Mississauga Symphonk Association - Elmer lseler: conductor, continued from p.5 condu

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