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Volume 20 Issue 7 - April 2015

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flute. Musideum, Suite 133 (main floor),401 Richmond St. W. 416-599-7323. .●●8:00: Korean Canadian Symphony Orchestra/EnsembleJeng Yi. KCSO’s Concert No.50. Ravel: Le Tombeau de Couperin; CharlesHong: Chun Ji (Suite for Samulnori); Bum-Hoon Park: Concerto for Samulnori andorchestra “Shin Mo Deum”; Mendelssohn;Symphony No.3 “Scottish.” Richard Lee,conductor. George Weston Recital Hall,5040 Yonge St. 647-532-2578. ; $20(st).●●8:00: Soundstreams. Song for Athene.Celebration of John Tavener’s choral music.Tavener: Song for Athene; Missa Brevis; TheLamb; Lament for the Mother of God; Harvey:I Love the Lord; The Angels; Hatzis: Psalm 91;Bhatia: 6 Seasons. Patricia Rozario, soprano;Toronto Children’s Chorus; Choir 21. Trinity-St. Paul’s Centre, 427 Bloor St. W. 416-408-0208. $20-.50. 7:00: Pre-concert chat.Friday April 17●●12:10: Music at St Andrew’s. NoontimeRecital: Jordan Klapman, jazz piano.St. Andrew’s Church, King and Simcoe,73 Simcoe St. 416-593-5600 x231. Free.●●1:10: Gordon Murray Presents. Piano PotPourri. Classics, opera, operetta, musicals,ragtime, pop, international and others. GordonMurray, piano. Trinity-St. Paul’s UnitedChurch, 427 Bloor St. W. 416-631-4300.PWYC. Lunch-friendly.●●7:00: Sheridan College Canadian MusicTheatre Project. Brantwood: 19202020.Immersive musical theatre experience.Runs Tues–Sun, Apr 14–May 3. See Apr 14 fordetails.AN EVENING’SJOURNEYwithONE BIG SONGFriday April 178pmThe Music Galleryonebigsong.com●●7:00: The Music Gallery. An Evening’sJourney with One Big Song Group. Twosets of contiguous compositions & improvisedvignettes woven together as one story.Ernie Tollar, saxophones, flutes, pedals, laptop;Paul Fitterer, drums and percussion; WesNeal, double bass; Mario Potestio, acousticand electric guitars, pedals. Music Gallery,197 John St. 416-204-1080. ; (member/st).●●7:30: Barbara Fris, soprano. SchubertAbend. Schubert: “Adagio” from the Quintetin C Op.163; Variations for Flute andPiano; Shepherd on the Rock; Fantasia in fA. Concerts in the GTAfor Piano Four-Hands; Impromptus Nos.2& 3. Velma Ko, violin; Kye Marshall, cello;Jaye Marsh Graham, flute; Rita Greer, clarinet;Ruth Kazdan, piano; and others. HeliconianHall, 35 Hazelton Ave. 416-922-3618. ;$20(sr/st).●●7:30: Canadian Opera Company. Barberof Seville. Rossini. Joshua Hopkins, baritone(Figaro); Alek Shrader, tenor (CountAlmaviva); Serena Malfi, mezzo (Rosina);Cecilia Hall, mezzo (Rosina); COC Orchestraand Chorus; Rory Macdonald, conductor.Four Seasons Centre for the PerformingArts, 145 Queen St. W. 416-363-8231. -4; (under 30). Also Apr 19,21,26,29,May 2,7,9,13,19,21,22(start times vary).●●7:30: eVoid Collective Orchestra/Arraymusic.eVoid Collective Orchestra. Shamanictapestry of sound. Array Space, 155 WalnutSt. 416-532-3019. Free/PWYC.●●7:30: Opera Atelier. Orpheus and Eurydice.Gluck (Berlioz adaptation). MireilleLebel, mezzo (Orpheus); Peggy Kriha Dye,soprano (Eurydice); Meghan Lindsay, soprano(Amour); Marshall Pynkoski, director;Jeannette Lajeunesse Zingg, choreographer;Artists of Atelier Ballet; Tafelmusik BaroqueOrchestra; David Fallis, conductor. Elgin Theatre,189 Yonge St. 1-855-622-2787. -1.Also Apr 9,11,12(3:00),14,18(4:30).●●7:30: Toronto Heliconian Club. SchubertAbend: An Intimate Evening of All-SchubertMusic. Schubert: Der Hirt auf dem Felsen,D965 (The Shepherd on the Rock). JaneBlackstone/Louise Morley, piano; BarbaraFris, soprano; Rita Greer, clarinet; EncoreString Quartet with Velma Ko, viola. HeliconianHall, 35 Hazelton Ave. 416-922-3618. ;$20(sr/st). Post-concert reception.●●8:00: Corporation of Massey Hall andRoy Thomson Hall. Tony Bennett with specialguest Antonia Bennett. Roy Thomson Hall,60 Simcoe St. 416-872-4255. .99-9.50.●●8:00: group of 27. Disquiet. C.P.E Bach:Symphony Wg 179; Morlock: Disquiet; Mozart:Oboe Concerto; Haydn: Symphony 19.Guests: Eric Paetkau and Sarah Jeffrey. Trinity-St.Paul’s Centre, 427 Bloor St. W. 416-323-1292. PWYC.●●8:00: Guitar Society of Toronto. TorontoGuitar Weekend 2015: Competition WinnersConcert. Victoria College Chapel, 91 CharlesSt. W. 416-964-8298. .●●8:00: Mike Gennaro. Experimental. Musideum,Suite 133 (main floor), 401 RichmondSt. W. 416-599-7323. .●●8:00: Richmond Hill Philharmonic Orchestra.Earth Works. A variety of musicalresponses to nature. Richmond Hill Centrefor the Performing Arts, 10268 Yonge St.,Richmond Hill. 905-787-8811. -. Preconcerttalk 45 min. before performance.Saturday April 18●●3:45: Guitar Society of Toronto. TorontoGuitar Weekend 2015: Guitar Orchestra Performanceand Open Mic. Victoria CollegeChapel, 91 Charles St. W. 416-964-8298. Free.●●4:00: Elmer Iseler Singers. Island Lore:The Mystic Tide. Michael McGlynn: HeavensSing; Charles Villier Stanford: ThreeLatin Motets; David Childs: Salve Regina; MatthewEmery: The Lover’s Chant; Five EnglishFolk Songs, David Willcocks (arr.). Elmer IselerSingers; Lydia Adams, conductor. ChristChurch Deer Park, 1570 Yonge St. 416-217-0537. Reg.; (sr/st).●●4:30: Opera Atelier. Orpheus and Eurydice.Gluck (Berlioz adaptation). MireilleLebel, mezzo (Orpheus); Peggy Kriha Dye,soprano (Eurydice); Meghan Lindsay, soprano(Amour); Marshall Pynkoski, director;Jeannette Lajeunesse Zingg, choreographer;Artists of Atelier Ballet; Tafelmusik BaroqueOrchestra; David Fallis, conductor. Elgin Theatre,189 Yonge St. 1-855-622-2787. -1. Also Apr 9(eve),11(eve),12(3:00),14(eve),17(eve).●●5:00: Toronto Children’s Chorus Chorale,Chamber Choir and Choral Scholars. SplendourousSouNZsCApes. Works by Debussy,Mendelssohn, Daley, Raminsh, MacGillivrayand others. Elise Bradley and MatthewOtto, conductors. Trinity-St. Paul’s Centre,427 Bloor St. W. 416-932-8666 x231. $20;(sr/st); (child 5-12).●●7:00: Aga Khan Museum/Raag-MalaToronto. Miyan-Ki-Daane: Raags of Tansen.First of two programs of Tansen’s raags, presentedin the traditional styles of dhrupadand khayal. Samrat Pandit, vocals; RupakKulkarni, flute. Aga Khan Museum Auditorium,77 Wynford Dr. 416-646-4677. (bothprograms); -. Second programApr 19(11:00am).●●7:00: Sheridan College Canadian MusicTheatre Project. Brantwood: 19202020.Immersive musical theatre experience.Runs Tues–Sun, Apr 14–May 3. See Apr 14 fordetails.●●7:00: Toronto Korean PresbyterianChurch. Singing Together: A Celebration ofCultural Diversity through Choral Music 20thAnniversary. Coro San Marco; Les Voix DuCoeur; Nayiri Armenian choir; TKPC Godstar;Toronto Taiwanese Choir. Guest: Bill Candy,songwriter. 67 Scarsdale Rd., North York.416-667-0468. $20. Also Apr 25(with differentchoirs).●●7:30: Annex Singers. Till Beauty Shines.Haydn: Lord Nelson Mass, and other works.Talisker Players; Jennifer Krabbe; WhitneyO’Hearn; Marcel d’Entremont; Tristan Jones;Maria Case, conductor. Grace Church-onthe-Hill,300 Lonsdale Rd. 647-888-1979. $20;(sr/st); free(12 and under).●●7:30: Cantores Celestes Women’s Choir.City Called Heaven (arr. J. Poelinitz). Galuppi:Dixit Dominus; Hatfield: Heaven Somewhere;2014-2015 SEASONIf God wanted to speak to man through music, he would do sothrough the works of Haydn; if he wished to listen to music himself,he would choose Boccherini. Cartier, 1798Musical Jousting in the Courts ofHaydn and Boccherini April 18, 2015, 8pmWorks by Haydn and Boccherini,with Jeanne Lamon & Edwin Huizinga, Violins; Emily Eng, Viola;Christina Mahler & Kerri McGonigle, CellosEastminster United Church, 310 Danforth Avenue(West of Chester) All 3 concerts begin at 8pm • doors open at 7:30pmREGULAR TICKETS: $20 ( for 3), STUDENT/SENIOR: ( for 3)academyconcertseries.coman Ontario government agencyun organisme du gouvernement de l’Ontario416.629.371638 | April 1 - May 7, 2015 thewholenote.com

Noble Jr.: Listen to the Angels Shouting;Wade in the Jordan River; works by Tork andothers. Emperor String Quartet; JenniferHarewood-Kokoue and Katherine Napiwotzki,sopranos; Ellen Meyer, piano; Kelly Galbraith,conductor. Runnymede United Church,432 Runnymede Rd. 416-236-1522. . Portionof the proceeds to benefit Sistering.●●7:30: Musikay. Magic of Bach & ... . Bach:Kyrie II from Mass in b; Komm Jesu Komm;Ich lasse dich nicht; Campra: Missa Admajorem dei gloriam; Charpentier: Te Deumin C; Bevan: Three Motets of texts of HenryVaughan. Stéphane Potvin, conductor. St.John’s United Church (Oakville), 262 RandallSt., Oakville. 905-825-9740. -.●●7:30: Opera Belcanto of York. La Bohème.Puccini. Gayané Mangassarian, Michèle Pearson,soprano; Stanislas Vitort, tenor; HenryIrwin, Douglas Tranquada, Berje Varcabet,baritone; and other singers; David Varjabed,conductor; Edward Franko, director; with theOBC Orchestra and Chorus. Richmond HillCentre for the Performing Arts, 10268 YongeSt., Richmond Hill. 905-787-8811. ;(sr).Also April 16.●●7:30: Opera by Request. Dialogues desCarmélites. Poulenc. Caroline Dery, soprano(Blanche de la Force); Lindsay McIntyre,soprano (Sister Constanze); MaudeParadis, mezzo (Prioress/Mother Jeanne/Sr.Mathilde); Jennifer Routhier, mezzo (MotherMarie); Jaclyn Grossman, soprano (NewPrioress); and others; William Shookhoff,conductor and piano. College Street UnitedChurch, 452 College St. 416-455-2365. $20.●●7:30: St. Barnabas on the Danforth. Inthe Mood. Bach Children’s Chorus and BachChamber Youth Choir. Guests: Melanie Doaneand her ukulele students from Uschool.ca.361 Danforth Ave. 416-463-1344. $20. Benefitfor St. Barnabas Accessibility Project.●●7:30: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. FromSwan Lake to Flight of the Bumblebee. Rimsky-Korsakov:“Procession of the Nobles”from Mlada; “Flight of the Bumblebee” fromThe Tale of Tsar Saltan; Koussevitzky: DoubleBass Concerto; Tchaikovsky: Selections fromSwan Lake; Marche Slave; Mussorgsky: Nighton Bald Mountain; Prokofiev: “Waltz and Midnight”from Cinderella; and other works. JeffreyBeecher, double bass; Rossen Milanov,Cathedral BluffsSYMPHONY ORCHESTRANorman ReintammArtistic Director/Principal Conductorconductor. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe St.416-598-3375. -. Also Apr 19(mat).●●8:00: Academy Concert Series. MusicalJousting in the Courts of Haydn and Boccherini.Haydn: String Quartet No.27 in D,Op.20 No.4; Mozart: Duo No.1 for violin andviola in G, K.423; Boccherini: String Quartetin g Op.32, No.5, G.205; String Quintet inD Op.40 No.2 “Del Fandango” G.341. JeanneLamon, Edwin Huizinga, violin; Emily Eng,viola; Christina Mahler, Kerri McGonigle, cello.Eastminster United Church, 310 DanforthAve. 416-629-3716. $20;(sr/st); (forthree); (for three, sr/st).●●8:00: Acoustic Harvest. RPR. Steve Ritchie,guitar; Al Parrish, bass; Rob Ritchie, piano;Beaker Granger, percussion. St. NicholasAnglican Church, 1512 Kingston Rd. 416-264-2235. /(adv). 7:30: doors open. Wheelchairaccessible, free parking.●●8:00: Chamber Music Society of Mississauga.Nostalgica. Villa-Lobos: Trio No.3;McKinley: Mauricio for Piano Trio; Ponce:Trio Romantico. Trio Fibonacci (Julie-AnneDerome, violin; Wonny Song, piano and GabrielPrynn, cello). Great Hall, Unitarian Congregationof Mississauga, 84 South ServiceSaturday April 18 at 8 pmFundraising Concert & Silent AuctionSTRAVINSKY: Firebird Suite | STRAUSS JR: Emperor WaltzA Salute to Richard Rogers PLUS other favourites fromStrauss, Lehar & Richard Rogerswith guest artists Julie Ludwig soprano & Jeremy Ludwig baritoneADVANCE TICKETS (before April 18) all ages | CONCERT DAY P.C. Ho Theatre 5183 Sheppard Ave. East, ScarboroughRd., Mississauga. 905-848-0015. ;(sr); (st); (family).●●8:00: Cathedral Bluffs Symphony Orchestra.Annual Fundraising Concert and SilentAuction. Stravinsky: The Firebird Suite; J.Strauss, Jr.: Emperor Waltz; A Salute toRichard Rogers; and other works. Guests:Julie Ludwig, soprano; Jeremy Ludwig, baritone.P.C. Ho Theatre, Chinese Cultural Centreof Greater Toronto, 5183 Sheppard Ave.E., Scarborough. 416-879-5566. . 7:00:doors open.●●8:00: Guitar Society of Toronto. TorontoGuitar Weekend 2015: Berta Rojas in Concert.Victoria College Chapel, 91 Charles St. W. 416-964-8298. .●●8:00: Royal Conservatory. Oliver Mtukudziand the Black Spirits. Ugandan roots music.Guest: Kinobe, singer–songwriter. KoernerHall, 273 Bloor St. W. 416-408-0208. –.●●8:00: The Music Gallery/Contact ContemporaryMusic. Professor Bad Trip and TheMichael Eckert Large Earth Ensemble. St.George the Martyr Church, 197 John St. 416-204-1080. ; $20(adv); (mem); (st).●●8:00: York Symphony Orchestra. ClassicalOrigins. Beethoven: Fidelio Overture; Mozart:Clarinet Concerto; Brahms: Symphony No.3.Michael Dassios, clarinet; Denis Mastromonaco,conductor. Trinity Anglican Church(Aurora), 79 Victoria St., Aurora. 416-410-0860. ; (sr); (st). Also Apr 19(7:30,Richmond Hill).Sunday April 19●●11:00am: Aga Khan Museum/Raag-MalaToronto. Miyan-Ki-Daane: Raags of Tansen.Second of two programs of Tansen’sraags, presented in the traditional stylesof dhrupad and khayal. Uday Bhawalkar,vocals; Partha Bose, sitar. Aga Khan MuseumAuditorium, 77 Wynford Dr. 416-646-4677.(both programs); -. First programApr 18(7:00).●●1:00: Classical Music Conservatory. Musicfor a Cause. Ton Beau Quartet, Sarah Steeves,Lamees Audeh & Wafa Zagal, Kyra Millan,Bryce Kulak and others. Emmanuel HowardPark United Church, 214 Wright Ave. 416-537-5995. PWYC ($20 suggested). Proceedsto Emmanuel Howard Park Church OutreachProgram.●●2:00: Canadian Opera Company. Barberof Seville. Rossini. Also Apr 17,21,26,29,May 2,7,9,13,19,21,22(start times vary). SeeApr 17.●●2:00: Trio Bravo. Four Works. Ellenwood:Fantasia; Piazolla: Three Tangos, arr. Selleck;Furst: Petitionen; Fauré: Dolly Suite, arr. Selleck.All Saints Kingsway Anglican Church,2850 Bloor St. W. 416-242-2131. $20; (sr/st).●●2:30: Toronto Early Music Centre. MusicallySpeaking. Telemann: Fantasy No.7 in E–flat; Fantasy No.10 in D; Biber: Passacaglia;Bach: Sonata No.1 in g. Patricia Ahern, violin.St. David’s Anglican Church, 49 Donlands Ave.416-464-7610. PWYC.●●3:00: Hannaford Street Silver Band. OfDistant Memories. Edward Gregson leadsfinale concert of Hannaford Festival of Brassweekend. Edward Gregson, conductor; GordonWolfe, trombone. Jane Mallett Theatre,St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts, 27 Front St.E. 416-336-7723 or 1-800-708-6754. -.●●3:00: Naoko Yukumoto, piano. Classical.Musideum, Suite 133 (main floor),401 Richmond St. W. 416-599-7323. $20.●●3:00: Royal Conservatory. Watermusic.Berio: Wasserklavier; Tōru Takemitsu:Rain Tree Sketch II; Fauré: BarcarolleNo.5 in f-sharp Op.66; Ravel: Jeux d’eau;Albéniz: “Almería” from Iberia Suite forpiano B47 Book 2; and other works. HélèneGrimaud, piano. Koerner Hall, 273 Bloor St. W.416-408-0208. –.●●3:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. FromSwan Lake to Flight of the Bumblebee. Rimsky-Korsakov:“Procession of the Nobles”from Mlada; “Flight of the Bumblebee” fromThe Tale of Tsar Saltan; Koussevitzky: DoubleBass Concerto; Tchaikovsky: Selections fromSwan Lake; Marche Slave; Mussorgsky: Nighton Bald Mountain; Prokofiev: “Waltz and Midnight”from Cinderella; and other works. JeffreyBeecher, double bass; Rossen Milanov,conductor. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe St.416-598-3375. -. Also Apr 18(eve).●●4:00: Cathedral Church of St. James.Organ Recitals. Andrew Ager, organ.65 Church St. 416-364-7865. Free; donationswelcomed.●●4:00: St. Olave’s Anglican Church. BestThings in Life. Choral Evensong followedThe Ontario Trillium Foundation is anagency of the Government of Ontariocathedralbluffs.com | 416.879.5566thewholenote.com April 1 - May 7, 2015 | 39

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