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Volume 2 Issue 7 - April 1997

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16 Meadowvale Resort & Conference Centre, 6750 Mississauga Road. 905-274- 1571. . •8:00: Music at the Big Church. Popov & Vona, piano duo. St. Paul's Anglican Church, 227 Bloor St. East. 214-2288. ,. •8:00: Music Gallery. Spring Fingers. Lutek: A Seed; Szlavnics: new work; Matt: Marching Orders; Gotham: Stone Harvest; impromptus. 40 Fingers: Chiyoko Szlavnics, soprano saxophone; Nic Gotham, alto saxophone; Peter Lutek, tenor saxophone; David Matt, baritone saxophone. 1 79 Richmond St. West. 204- 1080. ,. ( •8:00: Oakville Symphony Orchestra . .Strauss: Emperor Waltz; Sibelius: Valse Trista; Weber: Invitation to the Dance; Khachaturian: Waltz from Masquerade Suite. Oakville School of Dance; Gizella Witkowsky, · choreographer. The Oakville Centre for The Performing Arts, 130 Navy St. (905) 815-2021. ,.50. •8:00: St, Matthias Concert Series. Subtonic Monks & and St. Matthias All-Stars. Don Ross, Kelly McGowan and others. 45 Bellwoods Ave. 603-6720. ,. •8:00: Sweet Heart Productions. 1/sedora Wagner, soprano; Brahm Goldhamer, piano. Jane • Mallett Theatre, 27 Front St. East. 221-1662.. •8:00: Toronto Mendelssohn Youth Choir, Robert Cooper, cond. Hope for Tomorrow. A fundraising benefit for The Toronto Mendelssohn Youth Choir and The Teresa Group. Grace Church on-the-Hill, 300 Lonsdale Rd. 598-0422. . •8:00: Toronto Canadian Chinese Artists Centre & Toronto Cathay Lions Club. Fou Ts'ong, piano. Schubert: 12 Landlers, D. 790; 4 Impromptus, Op.142, D.935; Sonata in B flat major .D.960. George Weston Recital Hall, 5040 Yonge St. 872-2222. to . · •8:00: Trinity St: Paul's Vocal Recital. Falla: Seven Popular Songs; Quilter: Elizabethan Songs; songs by Schubert, Brahms & Respighi. Mary Bella, soprano; Michael Colvin, baritone; Sandra Gorst, piano. 427 Bloor St. West. 922-4954. ,. Sunday April 13 •2:00: Art Gallery of Ontario. All That's Jazz. Morgonn. 317 Dundas St. •7:00: Hilltop Arts. Chamber Music by Candlelight. Recorder Consort music throughout the ages. Members of the Toronto Recorder Society. Church of the Transfiguration, 111 Manor Rd. East. 489-7798. april '97 wholenote Admission by donation to the organ fund. •7:00: Hungarian Music and Stage. J. Strauss: A Denever (Die Fledermaus). Sung in Hungarian. Harbord Collegiate, 286 Harbord St. 249-0931/497-5918. . West. 979-6608. Pay what ToKONTOOrmtTIJ\TIID\'I'Hf NORTH TORONTO you ~an. •2:00: Harbourfront Centre {() presents • l Coca-Cola Concert. Modabo: Gon tz nen ta Mike Doyle, vocals & \l · · percussion; Jon Weaver, • t · INSTITUTE OF MUSIC Inquire about our full day Music/Gy?nnastics camps in March Break and Summer - Private instruction on most instruments vocals, guitar & flute; Darrell a1fle leS - Instrument rentals Grant, vocals & guitar. r f KURT WEILL - Theory classes Water's Edge Cafe, 235 ... tne music o 1 Benatzky, Hahn, & Kiinneke Queens Quay West. 973- 3000. Free. Sun. April 13 + I pm •2:00: Northdale Concert Band, Stephen Chenette, JANE MALLffi THEATRE conductor. Scarborough Civic (416) 366•7723 Centre, 150 Borough D ri.ve. 396-7214. Free. •2:00: Oakville Symphony Orchestra. See April 12. .. 2:30 & 8:00: Scarborough Bel Canto Chorus, John Watkins, conductor. A Bel Ca'nto Spring Con,cert. Choral favourites. St. Dunstan of Canterbury Church, 5~ Lawson Rd. West Hill. 905- 839-9705. ,. •2:00: Toronto Operetta Theatre, Guillermo Silva-· Marin, Artistic Director. Continental Varieties: an operetta cabaret. Music of Hahn, Fall, Kunneke, Weill, Benatzky. Jennifer Robinson, Susan Gudgeon, Guiller-mo Silva-Marin, Eric Shaw, singers; Raesa Nakhmanovich, piano. Jane Mallett Theatre, 27 Front St. East. 366-7723. . •2:30: Toronto Early Music Centre. The Classical Clarinet. Early classical music. Nicolai Tarasov, clarinet; Sharon Burlacoff, fortepiano. Eaton Court, Royal Ontario Museum, 100 Queen's Park. 966-1409. Free with ROM admission. ·•3:00: Mooredale Youth Orchestra Concert. Kristine Bogyo and Clare Carberry, cond: Rosedale Heights School, 711 Bloor St. East (opposite Castle Frank subway). 922-3714. ,. •4:00: Robert Missen Artists Management. Soweto Sings! A mixture of South African tribes present a conce~t of singing, drumming & dance. St. Paul's Anglican Church, 227 Bloor St. East. 870- 8000. ,. - Start any time 550 Eglinton Avenue East 416-488-2588 -rr~~;;;;;;~~;;;;;;;;;;;;;;~~~;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;~ UNIVERSITY SETTLEMENT MUSIC & ARTS SCHOOL 23 Grange Rd (near the AGO) SUMMER MUSIC CAMP July 21-Aug 1, 1997 Cost: 0 (subsides available) Piano, flute, recorder, & strings intennediate/advanced masterclasses, chamber music, eurhythmics, ear & rhythm training, composition, wmid music Registration April I to 30 For info call 598-3444 AUDITION CANTILENA, the innovative 18-nl.cmoer perfonping ensemble requires SINGERS who arc interested in performing Classical, Musical Theatre, Folk, Spirituals, Sacred, Gospel, and Pop repertoire with clements of theatre added (costumes, lighting, sound, movement.) CANTILENA rehearses on Tuesday evenings. Auditions will be held in Toronto on Sattll"daY., May 3 and Sunday, May 4 at First Unitarian Congregation, 175 St. Clair Ave. W., Toronto Prepare a solo piece to demonstrate your vocal ability. An accompanist will be provided; please bring sheet music. You will be asked to sight-read a passage of music. Call 1-800-867-3281 for an audition time and/or more infonnation. Soloists, dancers, choirs, orchestras & recitalists you can perform at Yonge and St.Clair in a bright open space featuring: •t 00m 2 of unencumbered stage •high quality wood floor excellent for dance •36 rank Karl Wilhelm tracker organ and a Steinway grand piano •fine acoustics suitable for recording . •audience accommodation: approximately 500 persons •full wheelchair accessibility . •close to subway, adjacent to municipal parking We want you. to perfonn at Christ Church Deer Park Telephone 920-5211 I fax 920-8400 TORONTO'S ONLY COMPREHENSIVE MONTHLY CLASSICAL & CONTEMPORARY CONCERT LISTING SOURCE

wholenote april '97 17 •7:30: Ford Centre for the Performing Arts. Ravi Shankar, sitar. 5040 Y~nge St. 872-2222. ,,. •7:30: Muki Baum Association. A Musical and Social Evening. Mozart: Piano Quartet #2 in E flat; . Schubert: lieder; Quintet Op.114 "Trout". Adele Kozak; soprano; Merry Kernerman,· violin; Alan · · Pollard, viola; Ron Laurie, · cello; Ruth Budd, double bass; George Brough, piano; That's Entertainment: Sweet Adelines Vocal Q4artet. Door prizes & dessert reception to follow. Proceeds in aid of the . Muki Baum Association for the Multi Handicapped. School ofthe A~ts, 11 00 Lodestar Road. 787- 6608/630-2222. to . Monday April 14 Tabla Ensemble with George Koller, bass; Mark Dubois, tenor and Gloria Saarinen, piano. Door pri,zes & reception after the concert. Music Gallery, 179 Richmond St. West. . Through the 'generosity of the. participating· musicians, all proceeds go to wholenote to enable us to continue supporting · Toronto's diverse musical community. Reservations: 204-1080. Tuesday April 15 •1 :00: Organ Recital at St. James'· Cathedral. Bach:' Little Fugue in g minor; Concerto; Prelude & Fugue. •Christopher Dawes, organ ~ 65 Chur~h St. 364-7865: Free. •8:00: Toronto Wind Orchestra, Yamaha Canada & St. John's Music. Hetu: Dutton, soundsinging & Ontario. All That's Jaq. harmonica; guest musicians. - Roberto Occhipinti. 31 T Music Gallery, 179 Richmond Dundas St. West. 979-6608. West. 204-1 080: Free. Pay what you can. •8:00: Musica Beth Tikvah. The Contrasts Trio. From the Klassics to Klezmer. Monti: Wednesday April 16 ··12:30: Yorkminster Park Baptist Church. Noondax · Recital. William Maddox; organ. 1585 Yqnge St. 922- 1167. Free. ( . •7:30: Art Gallery of Czardas; Glick: The Klezmer's Wedding; music by Milhaud, Bernstein, Ben Haim, Stravinsky, Schoenfeld, Gershwin; 2 Kle'zmer-medleys arr. Minevich. Pauline . Minevich, clarinet; EdUard Minevich, violin; Leslie erk(Y(6~~~· SCHUBERT AND BRAHMS RECITAL Catherine Robbm mezzo Russell Braun baritone We celebrate' the anniversaries' of these two supreme composers of the Lied, with a Recital by two of its fmest 'Canadian interpreters. The concert will featilre music linking Brahms with his much loved Schubert, and including songs they both set. · Monday, April14, 8 Pfll . •8:00: Aldeburgh Concerto for Trumpet 'and Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front Street West Connection. Songs ard duets Wind Orchestra; Adams: A Tickets: / by Schubert and Brahms. Short .Ride on a Fast Call (416) 205-5555. Catherine Robbin, mezzo Machine; Ito: Symphonic ·· GONTRASTS 'soprano; Russell Braun, Poem for Band, "Gioriosa"; baritone. Glenn Gould Studio, Ravel/De Meij: Bolero. James Monica Whicher soprano Marcia Swanston mez:io , 250 Front St. West. 205- Thompson, trumpet; Mark · Michael Colvin tenor Brian Nickel baritone 5555. ,. Hopkins, dir. Church of the Music. for four voices and two pia.nists: two works originally commissioned by The Aldeburgh Connection, •8:00: wholenote ·(formerly Redeemer, 162 Bloor St. Pulse) presents "A Musicai West. 429-3407. ,. John Greer's All Around the Circle and Derek Holman's Meeting Place" concert with: Special rates available for Contrasts (Five Canadian Songs), alongside the delightr'l ' Sine· Nomine Ensemble for groups of 10 or more. ful but rarely heard Neue Liebeslieder by Brahms. Medieval Music; "La Guerre" •9:00: CCMC; Can't Cause · · · Sunday, April27, 2:30pm Baro.aue Ensemble; Toronto · _Major. C()ronary. Michael _ W~lter Hall University of Toronto ~ Snow, piano & synthesizer; • Tickets: / John Oswald, ·alto sax; Paul Call (416) 944-2154. '\ CONDUCTOR Victor Feldbrill GUEST SOLOIST Anita Krause - Mezzo soprano Thursday, April 17, at .2 pm. St. AndreW's Presbyterian Church (opp. Thomson Hall, Wheel chair accessible) Tickets: at the door. 416-769-5071 SoNGS OF DEVOTION, ·LoVE, AND SATIRE FROM THE COURT,OF· ALFONSO X performed by musicians from SINE . NOMINE ensemble for medieval music, Ensemble .Ben Trobar, the Traditional Arabic Music Ensemble,' and featuring GEORGE SAWA and JUDITH COHEN Thursday, 17 Ap~il, 8 PM Great Ball, Hart House Tickets ,regular,- students, seniors, .. · unwaged, may be purchased by cheque made out to the University of Torunto, and sent to the Centre' for Medieval Studies, 39 Queen's Park Crescent East, Toronto, MSS 2C.3 For inquiries phone 416-585-4429 TORONTO'S ONLY COMPREHENSIVE MONTHLY CLASSICAL & CONTEMPORARY CONCERT LISTING SOURCE

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