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Volume 2 Issue 7 - April 1997

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12 St. Lawrence Hall, 157 King St. East. 905-625-428.6. ,. •8:00: Baroque Music Beside the Grange. Vivaldi Chamber Concertos. Rona Goldensher, violin; Washington McClain, oboe; Michael 'McCraw; bassoon; Alison Melville, recorder; Margaret Gay, cello; Charlotte Nediger, harpsichord. St. Geo·rge the Martyr Church, corner of Stephanie and McCaul Streets. 588-4301. ,. •8:00: Classic Jazz Society of Toronto. Tommy Burton Jazz Band. Polish Combatant's Association .Hall, 206 Beverley St., 485- 5489. ,. •8:00: Classic Jazz .Society of Toronto. Savannah Jazz Band. Tony Smith, trumpet/cornet; Martin Fox, clarinet; Brian (Sam) Ellis, trombone; Jackie Cooper, bimjo; Tbny Pollit, double bass; John Meehan, drums; an,d guests. Polish Combatants' Association Hall, 206 Beverley St. 431-. 3438. ,. •8·:00: Classical· Chamber Orchestra, Peter Wong, . conductor. Vivaldi: Concerto Grosso Op.3 #11; Bizet: Carmen Fantasy; Mendelssohn: Elijah (vocal excerpt); Lbl)g: Summer Night. Church of the Redeemer, 162. Bloor St. West. 233-4200. ,. · •8:00: East York Symphony Orchestra, 'Douglas Sanford, dir. Beethoven: Egmont Overture; Ravel: Tzigane; Dvorak: Slavonic Dances Op.46 #1-4; Barber; Adagio for Strings;-Waldteufel: Dolore Waltz; Tchaikovsky: ·Capriccio ltalien. Timothy Woodwinds Ltd. presents CANADIAN OBOE FESTIVAL 97 GALA CONCERT Sat April5 8pm BARBARA BonE, LAwRENCE OiER~EY, Sm~ART. GRANT, SHELLY 'HERON, RICHARD KILLMER, HAZEL NEVIN NEWTON, oboists, with string orchestra conducted by Stewart Grant. perf·orming music by · J.S Bach, B. Cherney, Grant, Vaughan Williams, Sowerby, Couperin, Vivaldi and Zelenka Church of St. Mary Magd~le.;..e 477 Manning Ave. (at Ullt.r) ,· Reservations: 416-535-6000 Sun. A Mooredale Concerts Erika Raurn NAHEV Award Winner A brilliant violin recital by the first prize winner of the Szigeti International Violin Competition · "Brilliant mastery of the instrument" Nepszab., Budapest Mooregale Concerts is the hot tip for great music, spoken commentary, a cameo appearence by a rising young star and affordable tickets! , StlSr) , 922-3714 Haig, violin (winner of the Kiwanis Youth Competition). Leah Posluns Theatre, 4588 Bathurst St. 467-7142. ,, •8:00: East York Singers, East York Festival Chorus, East York Choir. Mozart: Requiem. William Graham, conductor; members of the' Cathedral Bluffs Symphony april ·~7 w~olenote Theatre, 80 Queen's Park. 978-3744/3750. ,. Sunday April 6 •11 :00 & 2:00: Music at the MbMichael. John Arpin~ piano. McMichael Canadian Collection, 10365 Islington Orchestra. East York Ave, Klein.burg. 905-893- Collegiate Auditorium, 650 Q344 ext.265. Free with Cosburn. . ' gallery admission. •8:00: Gary Arr:nstrong •12: 15: McGill Chamber Wood~inds' Canadian Oboe Music Series. Music of Festival 97. Gala Concen Brahms and others Works· by Applebaum, Bach, composers. Susar;~ Cooper, Cherney, Grant, Vaughan -.· mezzo soprano; Valerie Williamp, Sowerby, Vivaldi & Kuinka, viola; Stephanie Zelenka. Barbara Bolte, Sebastian, piano. 11 :00: Lawrence Cherney, Stewart Brunch a Ia carte. McGill Grant, Shelly, Heron, Richard Club, 21 McGill Street. 977- Kilmer, Hazel Nevin Newton, 4122'. . performers. St. Mary •2:00: Harbourfront Centre Magdalene Church, 477 Coca-Cola Concert. Morgaine Manning Ave. 535-6000. le Fay: October Brown!l, ,. guitar & voice; Jamie Snider, •8:00: Music Gallery. fiddle & guitar; Pat Andrew Timar: Suling Nova O'Gorman, pipe & flute; Timar. Kasemets: Howar'CI Gaul, drums. Water's SuLingFLOWER; Andriessen: Edge Cafe, 235 Queens Quay Melodie; Tlmar: new works West. 973-3000. Free. for suling, accordion, kacapi, ~2:00: Liz Tilden Band. piano & tabla; works ·Showtunes' & popular conceived jointly by the standards. ~carborough Civic performers. Andrew Timar, · Centre, 150 Borough DriVe . suling; Tiina Kiik, accordion; 396-7214. Free. Stephen Clarke; Bill Parsons, •2:00: Mississaaga Concert kacap]; Ravi Naimpally•, tabla Band, Denny Ringler, 179 Richmond St. West. conductor .. Let's Dance. 204-1080. ,. Dance music from ballet to •8:00: Toronto Symphony tap, waltzes to polka~. Guest :Orchestra. Roy Thomson artists: The Dancers Studio. · Hall. See April 2. Meado.wvale Theatre, 6315 ' •8:00: University of Toronto Montevideo Road. 905-821- ' ,Symphony Orchestra. • 0090. ,. Stravinsky: Rite of Spring. •2:00: Opera in Concert. Dwight Bennett, Doreen Rao, conductors. MacMillan CHAMBER MUSIC BY CANDLELIGHT .J!r.T1U£ 6. 7ym '1/ie Wind' Quintet, Onyx .J!r.T1U£ H. 7ym Jlotem6ers o~ Tfie Toronto Recorder Society. .J!r.P1U£ 20. 7ym :Maria Case,Piano, 11rsu[a Carsen,. 'Ba>·oque:J(ute .J!r.T1U£ 2i, 7.P,;. 'Russe[[ Vraeo.'Baritone (,jeoree-V'ona,Tiano ' Cliu~~~a!1 ~~~cra!~~!sfwiflJ:~tion 'T'e{: 416 489 7798, :Ta x: 416 489 3272 e-maif: n oto@netrover.com li tt_p:// www.interwg.com/-transfig/musicjliiiit0y.litm Come t.o tfie toy of tfie·fii[[ and enjoy an fiour of cfia1}'t6er music in a warm, intimate setting. .J!r.amission to any of tliese f our Sunaay evening recita[s ' . is by aonation to tlie organ fund'; TORONTO'S ONLY COMPREHENSIVE MONTHLY .CLASS ~CA L & CONTEMPORARY CONCERT LISTING SOURCE /

Dvorak: Rusalka. Irena Welhasch-Baerg, soprano; Lenard Whiting, tenor; Maria Christov, mezzo soprano; Sergei Stilmacenko, baritone; Anna Shafajinskaia, soprano; Marcel Beaulieu, bass baritone. Dixie Ross Neill, music dir. 1:15pm: Backgrounder {a brief presentation about the opera and composer.with host lain Scott). Jane Mallett Theatre, 27 Front St. East. 366-7723. ,. •2:00: Royal Conservatory of Music. Royal Conservatory Orchestra, Rennie Regehr, cond. Programme to include Mozart: Plano Concerto #9, K,271. Kirsten Olafson, piano. Walker Court, 31 7 Dundas St. West. 408-2824 ext.321. Free with Gallery , admission. •3:00: Shevchenko Music Ensemble. Peter and the Wolf. Prokofiev's classic performed by Shevchenke Orchestra ·and Dancers. Betty Oliphant Theatre, 404 Jarvis Street, 533-2725. ,1 0,6. •3:00: 100th Monkey Oasis. . Walking On Water: a Musical Journeying. Songs & music . by Michael' Moon, playing on vibes, bells & hammered dulcimer. 1 OOth Monkey Books, 66 Wellesley East, / 2nd floor. 925-7633. Donation. •3:00: Annex Singers, Brad Ratzlaff, music director. Sweet Sounds of Spring. Rutter: Gloria; part-songs by Brahms & Schubert. Brass, organ 8i percussion accompaniment. Trinity-St. Paul's United Church, 427 Bloor St. West. 922-4954. .. •3.:00: Baroque Music Beside the Grange. Vivaldi Chamber Concertos. St. George the Martyr Church. See April 5. •3:00: Canadian Music Competitions: Symphony of Celebration. Sunday Matinee in Mississauga. Nancy Wood, flute; Irene Wong, Christopher Miranda, Robyn Huang, pian&:; Joshua Tong, Drew Jurecka, violin. Noel Ryan Auditorium, 301 . · Burnhamthorpe Road West. 585-4408. ,. •3:00: Canadian Chamber Academy, Atis Bankas, dir: Chopin: Piano Tri9 in g minor, Op.8; Rachmaninov: Piano ' Trio "Eiegieque" Op.9 #2; Schumann: Piapo Quartet in E flat major, Op.147. Shirley Hsiao-Ni Pan, piano. George lgnatieff Theatre, 15 Devonsliire Place. 538-4342. ,. . ' •3:00: Mooredale Concerts. NAHEV Foundation A ward Concert. Outstanding young Canadian artists selected by Canada's most prominent musicians. Walter Hall, 80 'Queen's Pk. Cresc. 922~ 3714. ,. •3:00: Music at Rosedale. Handel: Messiah (Part Ill); Easter Carols. Rosedale t Presb~erian Choir; Yorkminster Citadel Salvation Army Band; Douglas Bodle, organ; Mary Legge & Bob Gray, conductors. 129 Mt. Pleasant Road. 921-1931. Free Will Offering. •3:00: Our Musical Heritage. Spring Passover. celebratiofl featuring Cantor Louis Danto n a special Yiddish recital from folklore and art song of the ,St. Petersburg School of Yiddish. 1950 Bathurst St. · 789-3291. ,. •3:00: Roy Thomson Hall & Massey Hall. Morriston Orpheus Choir of Wales. A v;ibrant mix of traditional Welsh songs, opera, sacred music and Broadway tunes. Roy Thomson Hall, 6.0 Simcoe St. 872-4255. ,,. •.3:00: Toronto Heliconian Club. Dvorak: Piano Quintet; works by Mary Gardiner & Carl Jeppesen,. Pandora Bryce, flute; Bre{lda Muller, cello; Jenny Crober, piano; Agnes Roberts & Elizabeth Macmillan: violin; Marilyn Meyer, viola; Esther Gartne'r, cello; Nancy. Antonacci, piano. 35 Hazelton Ave. 922- 3618. Donations appreciated. ONLY COMPREHENSIVE MONTHLY CLASSICAL •3:00: U ofT Scarborough. •8:00: Music Gallery. Ronald Concert by the Scarborough Satok: Ear; Knows; Vocal College Chorus, Lenard Cords. An original play by Whiting, dir. Meeting Place, Satok, featuring musical 1265 Military Trail. 287- accompaniment by/ the 7176. Free. Norman Amadio Quartet. 179 •3:00: Yor.k University Fine Richmond St. West. Benefit Arts Department. York Wind concert for the Satpk School Symphony, Brass Choir & of the Performing Arts. Call ·Percussion Ensemble, Donald 967-0780 for ticket ' Coakley, cor.1ductor. Dacary ' information. Hall, 050 McLaughlin •8:00: Victoria Scholars, College. 4700 Keele St. 736- Jerzy Cichocki, music 5186. Free. (At press time director. Chant and Bevond. York University is on strike. Durufle: Messe "Cum Jubilo;" Please call the Hot Line: 736- music of Part, Penderecki & 5600 to confirm.) Schubert; Gregorian chant. ,•4:00: Artists'from The ' Norine Burgess, mezzo Scarborough Philharmonic. soprano; Michael ·Schade, An Afternoon of Chamb(Jr tenor; William O'Meara, Music: a benefit fundraising accompanist. Our Lady of concert for the Orchestra. Sorrows Church, 3055 Bloor The Momiji Seniors Centre, St. West. 761-7776. 3555 Kingston Road. 261- ,. 0380. ,,$-10. , •4:30: ·Great Music at St. Anne's. Abendmusic. Yan­ Chuen Lee, piano. Works by Bach, Mozart & Brahms. St. Anne's Church, 270 · Gladstone Ave. 536-3160. Free. •7;00: Hilltop Arts. Chamber Music by Candlelight. Onyx Wind Quintet: Kate Anderson, flute; Gillian Howard, oboe; Susan Stn.inc, clarinet; Lake 'Porte·r, horn; Graham Marden, bassoon. Church of the Transfiguration, 111 Manor Ind. East. 489-7798. Admission by donation to the organ fund. •8:00: Glenn Gould' Studio. Sorim 0, piano. Beethoven: Sonata in C major, Op.53 "Waldstein;" Debussy: Estampes; Brahms: Handel Variations Op.24; McCon'nell: Sonata. 250 Front St. West. 205-555S. ,. Guitar Lessons • Beginner - Advanced e,AII ages • Private Lessons 13 Monday April 7 · •7:30: York University Fine ,Arts Department. Student Chamber Ensembles. Dacary Hall, 050 1':16cLaughlin College. 4700 Keele St. 736- 5186. Free. (At press time York University is on strike. Please call the Hot Line: 736- 5600 to confirm.) •8:00: Toronto Theatre Organ Society and Kiwanis Club of Casa Lorna. Wurlitzer Pops/ at Casa Lorna. Kay McAbee, organ. 1 Austin Terrace. 964-7176.. •8:00: University of Toronto Women's Chorus. Mother and Child: A Celebration of Canadian Women and Children in Song. Burge: Thank You God; Hatfield: Los Taught by Juan Tomas: B.F.A., O.T.C. Bac/Jelor of Fine Arts(Music), Ontario Teacher's Certificate Classical, Flamenco, Jazz, R&B, Theory, Harmony, Conservatory Exam Prep, Composition ,.. · Studieif Guitar in Spain • .Guitar Performance Recording Artist 0 h Composer/Member r~ estra (North York of SOCAN Gwtar Ensemble) Call Juan Tomas, 485-2056 for an appointment CONTEMPORARY CONCERT LIST!NG SOURCE

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