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Volume 2 Issue 2 - October 1996

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October, '96 Cushion Concert. Prokofiev: Peter and the Wolf. Scored for synthesizer by Larry Lake, founding memb'!lr of the Canadian. Electronic Ensemble and programme host for CBC Stereo. York Quay Centre. 973-4381. . •1 :30 & 2:30: Men of the Deeps. This legendary Cape Breton coal miners choir sings songs of hard· life in the mines and tells rollicking Maritime stories. Queen's Quay , Terminal, Lakeside Atrium. 203-0429. Free. •7:30: Concentus Arts Recital. J.C.Bach and J.S.Bach: Sonatas for violin and harpsichord; Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre: Cantata for soprano, violin and harpsichord; Solo Suite for . harpsichord; Handel: Soprano Arias. lvanna Popovic, violin; Anna Chan, harpsichord; Christina Jahn, soprano. Redeemer Lutheran Church, 1691 Bloor St. West. 964- 8293. ,. •7:30: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Roy Thomson Hall. See October 24. to . •7:30: York Symphony, Roberto de Clara, cond. Russian Riches. Tchaikovsky: Piano Concerto #1; Rimsky­ Korsakov: Russian Easter Overture; Borodin: Symphony #2. Alexander Tselyakof, piano. Marylake Shrine, 13760 Keele St. at 15th sideroad, King Township. 41 0-0860. ,. COME ENJOY YOURSELF! A DES of CONC£111S pRESENJiNG aJMposirioNs l'oR ENSEMblE pERfoRMERS ANNACHAN haRpsichoRd IVANNA POPOVIC violiN Allld$opRA1110 INCludiNG J.S. BAclt ANd J.C. Bdt, SONATAS foR violiN ANd ltARpSidtoRd TICKETS (AT "lhl dooa) S1 01 IENiou oa srvdENn ENSEMBLES IN RECITAL SAr.Ocrobat 26, l:'JO pM REdEEMER Lud!ERAN CkuRCk 1691 BlooR ST. W. (AT INdiAN Rd.) A PROJECI' OF CONCENTUS AI!TS 964- 829J •8:00: Benefit Concert by Louis Quilico, baritone and Book Launching of "Canad~s Mr. Rigoletto" by Christina Petrowska, author and pianist. Metropolitan United Church, 56 Queen St. East. 1-888- 284-9590 (toll free) •8:00: Brampton Symphony Orchestra, Bradley Thachuk, dir. "A Hallowe'en Party. w Ridout: Fall Fair; Saint-Saens: Danse Macabre; John Williams: music from Jurassic Park; Beethoven: Symphony #5, 1st movt; Handel: Organ Concerto #4. lan Morrison, organ. St. Paul's United Church, Brampton. 905-874- 2800. ,. •8:00: Canadian Concert & Recital Artists. Fall Festival of Musical Gems. Canadian vocal and iostrumental talent at its best. Jenny Crober, mus. dir. Joan Bretney, choral dir. Kew · Beach United Church, 140 Wineva Ave. 691-9832. ,,. •8:00: East York Symphony Orchestra, Douglas Sanford, cond. Haydn: Symphony # 100 in G; Wagner: Siegfried's Journey from Goetterdammerung; Rimsky­ Korsakov: Capriccio Espagnol. Leah Posluns Theatre, 4588 Bathurst St. 467-7142. ,. ' BARBARA FRIS, SOPRANO with BRAHM GOLDHAMER, piano: a sparkling vocal progamme of German Lieder, French Art Song, Broadway Show Tunes and Operatic Favourites to celebrate "EAST YORK 200" •8:00: East York 200th year Celebration. A delightful evening of song, featuring operetta favourites by Lehar and Herbert; musical show tunes by Rogers & Hammerstein, Sondheim and The Tallis Choir 1996-97 Season Peter Walker, Director MUSIC FOR ELIZABETH & MARY Byrd Sheppard Mundy Tallis Great Service Gaude, Gaude Virgo M aria Vox Patris Caelestis Loquebantur Saturday, October 26, 1996 CHRISTMAS IN THE RENAISSANCE Palestrina Praetorius Gabrieli Victoria Missa Hodie Christus Natus Est Angelus ad Pastores Hodie Christ us Natus Est 0 MaJnum Mysterium Saturd~y, December 14, 1996 A CELEBRATION OF LUTHER Bach Brahins Mendelssohn Jesu Meine Freude Singet dem Herm Warum ist das Licht gegeben Aus Tiefer Not Saturday, March 22, 1997 All concerts begin at 8:00 p.m. St. Patrick's Church (Dundas & McCaul) For brochure or information call (416) 483-0559 Tickets available at the door- adults & students/seniors PULSE Gershwin; songs by Michael Head, Duparc and Mahler; arias by Puccini and Cilea. Barbara Fris, soprano; Brahm Goldhamer, piano. East York Collegiate Institute Theatre Auditorium, 650 Cosburn Ave. ~29-9565. ,. . •8:00: Ford Centre. The Romance of Chopin. Garrick Ohlsson. Rondo in c minor, Op. 1; Four Mazurkas, Op.6; Bolero, Op. 19; Twelve Etudes, Op. 1 0; Variations brillantes, Op. 12; Waltz in Ab, Op.42; Fantasy in f minor, Op.49; Two Nocturnes, Qp.27; Scherzo in c-sharp minor, Op.39. 5040 Yonge St. 872-2222. ,,. •8:00: Hemispheres. Hey Kids, Let's Get Political/ Richard Sacks: World War Four; If There's Anybody Left; Victor Bateman: I Own a Brownstone; Robert W. Stevenson: For Those Who Live in Cities. The Music Gallery, 179 Richmond St. West. 204-1080. ,. '•8:00: Opera Atelier. Mozart: Don Giovanni. Royal · Alexandra Theatre. See October 24. •8:00: Tallis Choir. Music for Elizabeth and Mary: sacred masterworks by Byrd, Sheppard, Mundy and Tallis. St. Patrick's Church, 141 McCaul St. 483-0559. ,. •8:00: Opera in Concert. Rimsky-Korsakov: Sadko. Sung in Russian. 7:15pm: Backgrounder - a brief presentation about the opera and composer with host lain Scott. Jane Mallett Theatre, 27 Front St. East. 366-7723. ,. •8:30: Gatsby's Restaurant. Daniel £by'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. •2:00: Massed Military Band Spectacular. Military brass bugle and pipe & drum bands, presented by The Royal Canadian Military Institute. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe St. 872-4255. to . •2:00: Opera in Concert. Rimsky-Korsakov: Sadko. Jane Mallett' Theatre. See October 26. 1:15pm: Backgrounder.

October '96 - -, =-------=-~-=:"~';-='="•:= • •••n•ur,. .. ~,,~ .,,. •3:00: The "roronto Classical Players. "The Classicists and ' Their Instruments. " M~:~sic by Danzi, Haydn, Mendelssohn, Mozart & Weber. Sharon Burlacoff, fortepiano; Anthony Rapoport, viola; Nicolai Tarasov, clarinet. Humbercrest United Church, 16 Baby Point Road. 621- 3378/234-0121. ,,. •3:00: Opera Atelier. Mozart: Don Giovanni. Royal A!ex Theatre. See October 24. •3:00: Unicef presents the BrCjmpton Symphony Orchestra, Bra

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