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Volume 2 Issue 9 - June 1997

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wholenote june '97 GRYPHON TRIO: DARING TO DREAM Continued from page 2 Roman Borys, cellist in the Gryphon Trio's enthusiasm for his ensemble isirresistible, and events bear him out. The group has toured Europe several times - under the auspices of Jeunesses Musicales, and .. widely in North America. A look through the reviews is revealing - suffice it to say that the European critics heaped praise on the Trio, not • merely for their technical excellence but also for the level of communication between them, their sound and · the subtlety of their interpretation. Happily, they are getting work near home too. Among other things, they have performances with the Guelph Spring Festival and th~ Festival of the Sound, this spring and summer. In the fall they are touring the Maritimes an,d Newfoundland, a tour organized by Debut Atlantic, an artistic umbrella organization so successful that something similar has now been started in 720 Bathurst Street, Suite 502 Toronto, Ontari.o MSS 2R4 Saskatchewan and Alberta. Closer to home, on June 5 they are playing one of the Northern Encounters fre~ noon hour concerts at the Glenn Gould Studio and on June 9th are doing their own concert at the Premier Dance Tneatre. This is a major concert in which the trio Woodwinds Ltd. FLUTE-CLARINET -SAX-OBOE-BASSOON Expert Repairs, Sheet Music, Accessories New & Used Instruments 535-6000 authorized warranty repair depot (~~i:'i'j.-\ \ -~~) ~~!~;;) will be playing maJure compositions by Smetana, Beethoven, Dvorak and Shostakovich. The renowned Canadian mezzo-soprano, Jean Stilwell, will be joining them in two of . these, Beethven's Four Scottish Lieder and Shostakovich's Seve~ poems of Alexander Blok. 'P-eco,.~ JEAN STILWELL soo Oomf:'(ete 01)~ * * fn> ... ·4·? 9 101)* 1?1-ofe~~io»Al J,.ook 1?1-ofe""io»Al S~11.h Fund raising, Xmas CDs, Demos ... Choirs, Community Groups, Soloists, Ensembles.:. Call (416) 410-8248 for details. RING MUSIC TORONTO'S GUITAR SPECIALISTS SINCE 1969 ' featuring a wide selection of student and concert guitars by Hirade, Ramirez,Rodriguez,Raimundo,;La Patrie, Takarnine, and others. SPECIAL!! Bring in this ad and purchase a Sullivan solid oak footstool for just .95 (reg.39.95) NEW!!'We are pleased to offer classical and flamenco guitar lessons with Ned Milburn, B.A. M11sic. Ned offers {' o~:8 te:ad:~=~o ~if::B:l:: the guiW. 1at 'P majust s. o oor) (416) 924-3571 . TORONTO'S ONLY COMPREHENSIVE MONTHLY CLASSICI\L & CONTEMPORARY CONCERT LISTING SOURCE

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