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Volume 2 Issue 2 - October 1996

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October '96 PULSE ( ' Takemitsu, Beethoven. 5040 Yonge St. 324-9333. ,,. . •8:00: Goethe Society and the Consulate General of Germany. Sans Souqi, guitar duo. Music by Vivaldi, Bach, Gasparsanz and Schul:iert; folksongs. Beate Dorfelt and Andreas Masopust, guitars; Lutz Balzer, baritone. Heliconian Hall, 35 Hazelton Ave. 256-0219. Free. •8:00: University of Toronto Jazz Series. Small Jazz Ensembles. Waiter Hall. See October 9. · ' Church Deer Park, 1570 Yonge St. 920-5211 . Free. •12:30: Music at Metropolitan. "Organ Futures. " Recital by Andrew Ager on the five-manual Casavant organ - the largest in. Canada. Metropolitan United Church, 56 Queen St. E. 363-0331. Free. •8:00: Canadian Opera Company. Richard Strauss: 'Eiektra. Hummingbird Centre. See October 2. •8:00: Ford Centre. , Repercussion~ percussion ensemble. Program to include Dionne, Lepine, Ravel, Mussorgsky, Lambert, Simard and traditional music from various countries. 5040 Yonge St. 872-2222. ,,. . •8:00: Marta Hidy and Friends. AII-Brahms concert: •12:00 noon: Music Around - lis. Schubert: Sonata in A Major, Op. 120; Brahms: Three Piano Trios Nos.3 in c, Intermezzi, Op. 117; Op.1 01 & 2 in c, Op.87; Schulhoff: Jazz Etudes. Piano .Quintet in f, Op.34. Andrew Burashko, piano. Marta Hidy & Michael Schulte, Hosted by Lorna Jackson. violins; David Willms~ viola; Recorded for broadcast. Glenn Daniel Domb, cello; Valerie Gould Studio, ·250 Front St. · . Tryon, piano. Glehn Gould W. 205-5555. Free. Studio, 250 Front St. West. •12:10: Music in St. Paul's. 205-5555. ,$i4. Organ recital by Tom Bell. St. · •8:00: Toronto Symphony· Paul's Anglican Church, 227 Orchestra. "Pops Pourri." Roy Bloor St. East. 961-8116. Thomson Hall. See October Free. 15. •12:10: University of Toronto •8:30 (dinner at 7:30): Thursday Noon Series. Music Gatsby's ·Restaurant. "A & Poetry: Shostakovich, Tribute to Don Giovanni and a Schoenberg and Stravi'nsky. Toast to PULSE." 504 Church Vilma lndra Vitols, . st. 925-4545/929-2715. mezzosoprano; John Hawkins, .50 (incl. dinner) piano; Professor Sterling Beckwith, commentator. Waiter Hall, 80 Queen's Park. 978-3744/3f50. Free. •12: 30: Chamber Music at Christ Church. Sine Nomine Ensemble. Music from medieval France. Christ ztnr notninr ; ' Ars antiqua, Ars nova Music of Medieval France October 18, 8 PM St. Thomas' Church /7 •12:00: Friday Noon-Hour Concert. Ardeleana Trio. Chopin: Nocturne; Damasse: Sohate en Trio; French Art Songs by Duparc, Faure, Hahn. Louise Morley, Mary Rezza, piano; Elizabeth . Jhoms, soprano; Heliconian Hall, 35 Hazelton Ave. 964- 6398. Free. •7:30: Concentus Arts CO~CENTUS ARTS MERIIiN Fkk 964-829} ARrisric DiR. Recital. Handel: Suite in d minor; Beethoven: Sonata in Ab Major, Op. 11 0; Schumann: Davidsbundlertanze Op.6; Prokofiev: Two Pieces from Cinderella. Boriana Hrelja, piano. Redeemer Lutheran Church, 1691 Bloor St. West. 964-8293. ,. •8:00: Sine Nomine Ensemble. Ars nova: Music of Medieval France: chansons, dances and liturgical music from 12th to 14th centuries. Holly Cluett, soprano; Jay Lambie, tenor; Bryan Martin, baritone and lute; Randall Rosenfeld, vielle, gitt'ern, flute and recorder; Andrea Budgey, vielle, rebec, recorder and harp .. St. Thomas' Church, 385 Huron St. 638-9445. ,. •8:00: Beryl Markham, Flying West with the Night. A 50- minute, one woman multimedia work, featuring original piano music based on an East · African folk song and drumming rhythms and an electronic score mixing airplane sound with African drumming and jungle atmospheres. Diana Mclntosh, composer, pianist and actor; · Richard Armstrong, dir. The Music Gallery, 179 Richmond St. West. 204-1080. ,. •8:00: Esprit Productions presents An Evening with . Michael Jones. Contemporary/ classical piano intertwined with magical and inspiring story and verse. Michael Jones, composer and author; Mark Pinkus, composer/piano. Gl~nn - Gould Studio, 250 Front St. West. 205-5555. . •8:00: Etobicoke Symphony Orchestra,, Uwe Lieflander, dir. Organ concertos by H

October '96 •8:00: Canadian Opera Company. Richard Strauss: Salome. Hummingbird Centre. .See October 1. •8:00: Etobicoke Community Concert Band, John Edward Liddle, cond-. ''Swinging on a Star. "An exciting performance of jazz, Big Band and contemporary hits. Featured artist: Louise Lambert, singer/songwriter. Etobicoke Collegiate Auditorium, 86 Montgomery Road. 233·1364. , . •8:00: Guitar Society of Toronto. Badi Assad, azz/classical singer-guitarist from Brasil. Waiter Hall, 80 Queen's Park. 922-8002. . •8:00: Men of the Deeps. This 25-voice choir, all Cape B'reton coal miners, sings work songs, folk songs and spirituals. Massey Hall,. Shuter St. east of Yonge. 872-4255. , ~ . . •8:00: Mississauga Symphony Orchestra, John Barnum, cond. Militant & Romantic. Rachmaninoff: Piano Concerto #2; Verdi: 'Nabucco Overture; Haydn: , Symphony #1 00 "The Military". Francine Kay, piano. Cawthra Park Auditorium, 1305 C'awthra Road South. 905-274-1571. to .50. •8:00: Music Toronto. Song Recital. Works by D.Scarlatti, A.Scarlatti, Cimarosa, Mozart, Liszt, Debussy, Hong, Lee, H.J.Kim, D.J.Kim, Falla. Hyeil Noh, soprano; David Swan, piano. Jane Mallet Theatre, 27 Front St. East. 366-7723. ,. •8:00: Riverdale-Concert Society. Arutiunian: Suite for Violin, Clarinet and Piano; ' Martinu: Five Madrigal Stanzas for Violin and Piano; Bax: Sonata for Clarinet and Piano; Ireland: First Sonata for Violin and Piano. Stephen Fox, clarinet; Daniel Ku'shner, violin; Ellen Meyer, piano. The 'chapei,Victoria College, 91 Charles St. West. 465-7443. DuBois, Szekely, Loeffler and •3:00: Toronto Symphony ,. Milhaud. Valerie Kuinka, viola; Orchestra. Roy Thomson Hall. •8:00: University of Toronto Stephanie Sebastian, ·piano; See October 19. Symphony Orchestra. Faure: Trio d' Anches: Lesley Young, •3:00: Toronto Children's -Requiem; Beethoven: oboe; Joseph Orlovski, Chorus, Jean Ashworth Symphony #6. Doreen Rao, clarinet; Kathleen M cLean; Bartle, dir. Mother Earth: A Dwight Bennett, conductors. bassoon. A la carte brunch at Fall Concert. Jeffers: This We MacMillan Theatre, 80 11:00 (reservations required) . Know; Kidd: Wind-Song; QtJeen's Park. 978- 21 McGill St. 977-4122. . Schafer:,Miniwanka; Somers: , . 3744/3750. ,. •2:00: Canadian ,Opera Northern Lights; Henderson: •8: 15: Te Deum Orchestra. Company. Richard Strauss: Creation's Praise. Guest Festita/ia. Vivaldi: Four · Elektra. Hummingbird Centre. artists: London's Amabile Concerti for various solo ' See October 2. Youth Singers; John Barren instruments; Scarlatti: sonatas •2:00: University of Toronto al!ld Brenda Zadorsky., for solo harpsichord. Preconcert Facu~y of Music. conductors. Metropolitan chat at 8:00 Electroacoustic music by 'United Church, 56 Queen St. , presented by Dr. Richard student composers. Dennis East. 932-8666. · to . Birney-Smith, Artistic Director Patrick, dir. Waiter Hall, 80 •4:30: Choral Evensong. The and founder. Glenn Gould Queen's Park. 978- splendid choir of St. Anne's Studio, 250 Front St. W. 205- 3744/3750. Free. will sing Magnificat and Nunc 5555. ,. •2:00: University of Toronto Dimittis in G' by C. V. Stanford .•8:30: Gatsby's Restaurant. Opera Division. Opera Tea - and the Evening Hymn by Daniel Eby's: ''A Magical an afternoon of opera and tea Balfour Gardiner. Organ . Journey from Mozart to on the stage. MacMillan music by Stanford. Reception Musicals. " A cast of eight Theatre, 80 Queen's Park. follows in Parish Hall. St. singers perform selections by 978-3744/3750. '. Anne's Anglican Church 270 the v,vorld's greatest •3:00: Kiilgsway Gladstone (Dundas at composers. 504 Church St. Conservatory of Music. Dufferin) 925-45451929-2715. "Classics for Kids." A family •8:00: Les Amis Concerts. concert present.ed by the Modern Quartet. Worl

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