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Volume 2 Issue 2 - October 1996

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PULSE AM ER NET STRING

PULSE AM ER NET STRING QUARTET Winner of the prestigious Banff International String Quartet Competition The Women's Musical Club of Toronto is proud to be the first to showcase this outstanding quartet ' in Toronto. WOMEN'S MUSICAL CLUB OF TORONTO •1 :30: Women Club of Toronto. Amernet String Quartet. Toronto debut. Waiter Hall, 80 Queen's Park Cresc. 487-3697. . •7:46: Toronto Home Organ Society. Organ "Pop " Favourites- Old and New. Organist George Heldt plays the 3 manual Kimball organ, Xanadu model. Queen Elizabeth ~ospital Auditorium, 660 University Ave. 233- 0206. with free refreshments. •8:00: Canadian Opera Company. Richard Strauss: Salome. Hummingbird Centre. See October 1. •8:00: Ford Centre. Art of the Song. Julia Migenes, soprano; Kosta Popovic, piano. Works by Debussy, R. Strauss, Mahler, Falla, Villa-Lobos, Rachmaninoff, Liszt. 6040 Yonge St. 324-9333. ,,. •8:00: Made in Canada - A Festival of Canadian Music. "Images. " Daniel: Black Dogs; Koprowski: Accordion Concerto; Harm an: THE DAWN OF EACH NEW DAY BRINGS US A LITTLE CLOSER TO OUR INEVITABLE DEMISE (world premiere); Kuzmenko: Piano Concerto; Hetu: Images de la Revolution. Pre-concert talk at 6:45. Joseph Petric, accordion; Christina Petrowska, piano; Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Jukka-Pekka Saraste, cond. Massey Hall, Shuter Street east of Yonge. 593-4828. ,. •8:00: Music in the Italian Manner. Works by Biber, Frescobaldi, Kerll, Leonarda, Rossi, Schmelzer and others. Trevor Ewert, baroque violin; Borys Medicky, harpsichord. Church of the Holy Trinity (next to the Eaton Centre). 622-5386. ,. •8:00: Music Toronto. Tokyo String Quartet with Ruth Laredo, piano. Beethoven: Piano Quartet in Eb Major, Op. 16; Dohnanyi: Serenade for String Trio in C Major, Op. 1 0; Brahms: Piano Quartet in g minor, Op.25. Jane· Mallett Theatre, 27 Front St. East. 366-7723. ,. •8:00: Piano Trio Recital. Trios by Sitt, Beethoven, Mendelssohn. Sarabanda: Karen Graves, violin; Anne Rankin, cello; Jiayin Liu, piano. Trinity St. Paul's Church, 427 Bloor St. West. 601-9442. . •1 Opm to 1 am: Made in Canada - A Festival of Canadian Music. Basic Elements. Composer/ percussionist Barry Prophet and choreographer/ dancer Janice Pomer invite guests, world music specialist Ben Grossman and clarinetist Anne Stadlmair, to join in an E ROY ANS SCHOOL FOR THE MUSICAL PERFORMING ARTS VOCAL SCIENCE! Begmner to Pro singer in 10 hours guaranteed! The Royans School for the Musical Performing Arts has· •Been featured on CFTO, City TV, AM640, Hot 103.5 Q1C)7 CFRB and more ' ' •Received recognition from the Government of Ontario •Performed exclusively for Queen Elizabeth 11 •Produced such singers as Raine from Our Lady Peace (Sony) Mon1k Garo (A&M), celebrated national anthem singer Sabina ' Petermann (under contract with Maple Leaf Gardens & Skydome), Drop Kick t-,1e .Jesus (Neptune) & many more We are developing af~illatJon_s with many of the major record labels a~d _work hard In_ hel~1ng our students find work within the music l_ndustry. To InqUire about an introductory session to our revolutionary method, call: 416-229-0976 or 416-783-TUNE (8863) evening of original works and structured improvisations. Music Gallery, 179 Richmond St. W. 204-1080. , or free with a ticket stub from any Made in Canada event. •12:00 noon: Friday Noon­ Hour Concert. Hindemith: music for piano four-hands; songs of Mahler and Duparc. Jane Blackstone, Louis.e Morley, piario; Barbara Fris­ Landry, soprano; Brahm Goldhamer, piano. Heliconian Hall, 36 Hazelton Ave. 964- 63981 Free. •12:00: Made in Canada - A Festival of Canadian Music. Applebaum: Souvenirs; B. Cherney: Epitaph; Kenins: Ex Mari; Krebs: Fantasia in f minor; Raminsh: Prelude and Fugue. Lawrence Cherney, oboe; Michael Bloss, organ. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe St. 872-4255. Free. •12: 15: First Canadian Place & Canadian Opera Company: Highlights from opera favourites. Waterfall Stage, 1 First Canadian Place, Concourse Level. 862-9380. Free. · •8:00: Baroque Music Beside the Grange. Hoftheater Harmonie. Mozart: c minor Octet; duos and trios by Stadler, Triebensee, Wendt. Marie-France Richard, Washington McCiain, oboes; Colin Savage, Peter Shackleton, clarinets; Suzanne DeSerres, Michael McCraw bassoons; Derek Conrod, ' Teresa Wasiak, horns. St. George the Martyr Church, corner of Stephanie and McCaul Streets. 588-4301. ,. •8:00: Les Coucous Benevoles. C.P.E. Bach: Trio Sonatas. Elissa-t'oole, flute; David Greenberg, violin; Sergei lstomin, cello; Colin GLORIA SAARINEN STUDIO B. Mus. L.R.S.M. R.A.M. London, England Tilney, harpsichord. To be recorded by CBC and released as a CD. Heliconian Hall, 35 Hazelton Ave. 588-9939. · ,. •8:00: Canadian Opera Company. Richard Strauss: Elektra. Hummingbird Centre. See October 2. •8:00: I Solisti Aquilani, Vittorio Antonellini, dir. Three Concerti by Vivaldi. Presented by the Canadian Centre for Italian Language and Culture. Waiter Hall, 80 Queen' s Park. 789-4970. . •8:00: Made in Canada - A Festival of Canadian Music. "John Beckwith: A Portrait. " Webern: Quartet; Alice Ho: new work (world premiere); Beckwith: After Images, After Webern; Quartet; Eureka (world premiere). New Music Concerts, Robert Aitken, dir. Pre-concert talk at 7:15pm. Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front St. W. 205-5555. ,. •8:30: Gatsby's Restaurant. Daniel Eby's: ':A Magical Journey from Mozart to Musicals. " A cast of eight singers perform selections by the world's greatest composers. 504 Church St. 925-4545/929-2715. •1 :30 & 3:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra Young People' s Concerts. "Bach to the Future. " Platypus Theatre, guest art ists; Mario Duschenes, cond: Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe St. 593-4828. .50. Free preconcert interludes in the lobby at 1 :00 & 3:00. •8:30: Gatsby's Restaurant. Daniel Eby's: ':A M agical Journey from Mozart to Musicals. " A· cast of eight singers perform selections by· Exp,erienced performer, t eacher, coach Formerly Tenured Professor, University of Calgary Head of Piano Department, Mount Royal Conserv atory (gifted children) Downtown location. Piano, vocal, strings, winds (416) 921-1420

October '96 =---- ----- ::....:~-- - = ..·~··· ··_·_· the world's greatest composers. 604 Church St, 926-4645/929-2716. •1 Opm to 1 am: Made in Canada - A Festival of Canadian Music. Evergreen Club Game/an Ensemble; Blair Mackay, artistic director. New and traditional music for Indonesian percussion orchestra. Music Gallery, 179 Richmond St. W. 204-1080. , or free with a ticket stub from any Made in . Canada event. •8:00: Mooredale Conc!!rtS. A Rare Trio plus some Dazzling Favourites. Solo Piano Works; Luedeke: "Fancies & Interludes" for violin;· Chopin: Etudes; Piano Trio. Boris Zarankin, piano; Adele Armin, violin; Kristine Bogyo, cello; Kevin KWan, piano. Willowdale United Church, 347 Kenneth Ave. 922-3714. ,. •8:00: University of Toronto Wind Symphony & Concert Band. Herberman: The Fisher Who Died in His Bed; Kulesha: Ensembles for Winds; Polgar: Two Symphonic Dance.s in Latin Rhythm; McPhee: -- PULSE Music Gallery, 179 Richmond •Evening: Ensemble Ben excerpts from the new period St. W. 204-1080. ,. Trobar. An evening of early, production of Don Giovanni at :::::::::::::::::::: :=:=:=:=:=:=:=:::=: world beat and contemporary the Royal Alex. Waterfall ·· · ·· ·.··.... ::::::::::: music featuring . Lee's Palace, Stage, 1 First Canadian Place, :r::=:::rrr::::::: ~;~:.loor st. west. 632- Concourse Level. 862-9380. Free. •2:00: Aradia Baroque Ensemble. Masque of · Autumn. J.B. Lully: Ballet des Plaisirs; Vivaldi: Autumn from The Four Seasons; Handel: Concerto Grosso Op.3#3; Purcell: Chaconne from King Arthur. Kevin Mallon, violin; Mary Enid Haines and Sharla Nafziger, sopranps; La Belle ' Danse Baroque Dancers. Great Hall, Old'St. Lawrence Hall, 167 King St. East. (906)626- .428.6. ,. •2:30: Toronto Early Music Centre. Medieval and Celtic music played by the Arte.mis Harp Duo: Angela Kaija and Cecile Denis. Eaten Court, Royal Ontario Museum, Que~n's Park south of Bloor. 966-1409. Free to members of TEMC. •3:00: Mooreda.le: concerts. A Rare Trio plus some Dazzling Favourites. See Oct. 12. Waiter Hall, 80 Queen's - P~. Cresc. 922-3714. ,. Concerto for Wind Instruments; Arnold: Peterloo Overture. Atidrew Burditt, trumpet; Stephen Chenette & Cameron Waiter, con.ductors. MacMillan Theatre, 80 Queenis Park. 978- 374413750. . •1 :00: Cathedral Church of •8:30: Made in Canada _ A St. James. The Organ Works · Festival of Canadian Music. of J.S.Bach. Bach: In dir ist . ArrayMusic Ensemble; Michael Freude (615); Fantasia & J. Baker, conductor/artistic - Fugue (c,537); Partita 0 Gott, 'director. Vivier: Et je reverrai du from mer Gott (767), "Jig" cette villa etrange; Michael J. Fugue (C,577). Christopher Dawes, organ. 65 Church St. Baker: Big Pictures (excerpts). at King. 369_0020. Free. ==~---' Mcioredale Concf~rts A Rare Chopin Trio plus Dazzling Favourites Boris Zarankin, pianist "Aes,thetic revelation ... incredible technique" Montreal Gazette · ;\dele Armin, violin, ''Stunning interpretation .. ' Kristine Bogyo, cellist, ''Marvellously expressive' TheGlobe&Mail ' Sat. Oct. 12, Spm at Willowdale United Church Sun. Oct. 13, 3pm at Walter Hall, U ofT · Mooredale Concerts is the hot tip for great music, spoken commentary' a cameo appearance by a rising young star and affordable tickets! , (St/Sr) 922-3714 •8:00: Ford Centre. Canadian Opera Company, Richard Bradshaw, dir; Ljuba Kazarnovskaya, soprano. R. Strauss: Four Last Songs; Excerpts from "Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme;" Final scene from "Capriccio;" Romance in F for cello and orchestra. 6040 Yonge St. 872-2222. ,.60,. •8:00: Toronto Symphony ·Orchestra. "Pops Pourri. " An exciting mix of classical favourites, operatic arias, traditional melodies, tangos and Gypsy fiddling. Quartette Gelate, guest artists; Errol Gay, cone;!. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe St. 693-4828. to . •12: 16: First Canadian Place & Opera Atelier: Selected •2:00 & 8:00: Toronto . Symphony Orchestra. "Pops Pourri. " Roy Thomso·n Hall, 60 Simcoe St. '693-4828. Matinee to ; evening to . •7:30: World Music Traditions & Styles (a series of performances celebrating music traditions and styles from around the world). Latin American music. Tiina Kiik, Adriana Levy, Eduardo Lis, performers. Presented by the University Settlement Music , and Arts School. Walker · Court, Art Gallery of Ontario, 317 Dundas St. West. 698- 3444. Free admission and concert. •8:00: Canadian Opera ··.-.-::=-::::=::::: Company. Richard Strauss: ............. Salome. Hummingbird Centre. See Octdber 1'. •8:00: Ford Centre. Master Pianists Series. Peter Serkin, piano. Works by Bach, Reger • INTERNATIONAL RESOURCE CENTRE FOR PERFORMING ARTISTS FALL SESSIONS Careers in . 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