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Volume 3 Issue 1 - September 1997

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14 I We sell violins. And violas. And cellos. And bows. And cases. And strings. And an kinds of accessories. And a whole lot of other cool stuff. Call for a free copy of our 1\Tl!IW catalog. 2& Cumberland, 2nd Floor • Toronto • Call 416-960-8494 Located one block north of Bloor between Yonge and Bay Open Monday ~ Saturday 10 am ~ 6 pm • Thurs 'til 8 pm 0~, we sell tons of sheet music, tool The BACH CONSORT at L'ARCHE DAYBREAK A Gala Celebll·ati.oJ!l ~ SATURDAYr SEPTEMBER ll3r 1997 7:30P.M. Weston Recital Hall Ford Centre for Performing Arts for Tickets, please call 416-872~2222 and Character & Style! The inspiration of desire from our hearts expressed with *Violin & Piano* the most direct chamber music remedy to the soul! An evening of world's best musical tales frpm Rossini, Glazounoff, Debussy and Sarasate, to Fritz Kreisler, Scott Joplin and John Williams. Regenlied D:uo Glenn Gould Studio, CBC 250 Front Street West Sunday, September 21 8:00p.m. Tickets: , I Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe St. 593-4828. to . THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 18 • 12:1 Opm: University of Toronto Faculty of Music. Thursday Noon Series. Student showcase: outstanding student performers from the Faculty. Walter Hall, Edward Johnson Building, 80 Queen's Park, 978-3744. Free. • 8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Mahler: Symphony #8, "Symphony of a Thousand." Roy Thomson Hall. See September 1 7. FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 19 • 1 2:00 noon to midnight: Classic Jazz Society & Upper Canada Brewing Company . . Classic Jazz Festival. Weekend of pre-1920's nostalgia with some of the world's leading classic jazz bands. Phil Mason's New Orleans Allstars with Christine Tyrrell, vocals; The Hot Antics; Jacques Gauthe, clarinet & soprano sax; Jeff Healey, guitar; Paul Asaro, piano & others. Radisson Hotel, 1250 Eglinton Ave. E. ·485-5489. Weekend pass (members ); day pass (members discount). • 8:00: Music Gallery. Next Generation: Eve Egoyan, solo piano. Arnold: Vines and Tubers (Nightshades); Scriabin: Sonata #1 0 (1913); works by Finnissy and Weir. 179 Richmond St. 204-1080. ,. SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 20 • 1 2:00 noon to midnight: Classic Jazz Society & Upper Canada Brewing Company. Classic Jazz Festival. Radisson Hotel. See September 19. Day pass (members discount). • 1 :00, 3:00 & 5:00: Nokia & Harbourfront Centre. Carmen Ko, zheng solo. Water's Edge Cafe, 235 Queens Quay West. 973-3000. Free. • 2:00: Nokia & Harbourfront Centre. Francis Wang, yangqin (dulcimer) solo. Urban Square Tent, 235 Queens Quay West. 973-3000. Free. • 7:30: Alexander Kat& & Friends. Musical Tribute to Theodore Gentry. Music by Brahms, Britten, Lewis, Milhaud, Rachmaninoff, Schubert, Shcistakovich, Strauss & others. Anna Shafajinskaia, soprano; Denise Williams, soprano; Ken Marple, counter tenor; John Tessier, tenor; Sterling september '97 wholenote Beckwith, bass; Karen Ages, oboe; Grigory Goldberg, cello; Rimma Kats; piano; Alexander Kats, piano; Gentlemen of St. James; Giles Bryant, conductor. St. George the Martyr Church, 197 John St. 977-3637. , (all freewill donations gratefully accepted). • 8:00: Music Gallery. Music of Madness. Shostakovich: Sonata Op.14 7; Coulthard: Sonata Rhapsody; Hindemith: Sonata Op.11 #4; improvisation. Joseph Nadurata, viola; Linda Shumas, piano. 1 79 Richmond St. 204-1080.,. • 8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Mahler: Symphony #8 "Symphony of a Thousand". Roy Thomson Hall. See September 1 7. SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 21 • 10:30am to 6:00: Classic Jazz Society & Upper Canada. Brewing Company. Classic Jazz Festival. Radisson Hotel. See September 19. Day pass (members discount). • 11 :30am: CJRT-FM & McMichael Canadian Collection Jazz Picnic. Jazz classics played by the Jim Galloway Quintet. Summer picnic at 11 :30am; concert at 12:30pm. Gallery grounds, 10365 Islington Ave, Kleinburg. 905-893-1121 ext.707. .95, (gallery members .95). • 1 :00, 3:00 & 5:00: Nokia & Ha•bourfront Centre. Carmen Ko. zheng solo. Water's Edge C11fe. See September 20. • 2:00: Nokia & Harbourfront Centre. Francis Wang, yangqin (dulcimer) solo. Urban Square Tent, 23S !J.•.Jeens Quay West. 973-3000. Free. ' • 2:30: Nokia & Harbourfront c~ntr

wholenote september '97 Glazounoff, Debussy, Sarasate, Kreisler, Scott Joplin, John Williams. Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front St.W ,. UESDA Y SEPTEMBER 23 • 8:00: Music Gallery. Kohei Nishikawa Ensemble. Nagasawa: Sattou; Yan Qiao w.a~g: premiere; works by M1k1 & Nagasawa. Kohei Nishikawa, shinobue, nokan & flute; Akemi Yamada, 20- string koto; Michiyo Usuki, Japanese percussion; Hikeko Nara, piano. 179 Richmond St. 204-1080.,. EDNESDA Y SEPT 24 • 12:00 noon: Square in Motion Soundsational Free Concert. Tikisa. Worldbeat dance music featuring African roots-soukous, reggae, samba & Afro-pop, sung in English, Swahili & Arabic. Nathan Phillips Square, 1 00 Queen St. W. 392-0458. Free. • 12:30: Yorkminster Park Baptist Church Noonday Organ Recital. Peter Merrick, organ. 1585 Yonge. 922-1167. Free. • 7:00: Tafelmusik. A Baroque Exhibition. Rameau: Suite from Hippolyte et Aricie; Handel: Concerto Grosso in d minor; Telemann: Concerto for Flute & Recorder. Trinity-St. Paul's Church, 427 Bloor St. W. 964-6337.,, (20% discount for seniors & students). • 8:00: McNamara's Bandwagon Swings Again. All­ Star Jazz Concert in aid of Helen McNamara, jazz writer/historian. Performers incl. Rob McConnell, Moe Koffman, Jim Galloway, Phil Nimmons, Guido Basso, Peter Appleyard & Oscar Peterson. du Maurier Theatre, 235 Queens Quay W. 973-4000. . HURSDA Y SEPTEMBER 25 • 12:1 Opm: University of Toronto Faculty of Music. Thursday Noon Series. Jazz Student Showcase: outstanding student performers from the Jazz Performance Department. Walter Hall, Edward Johnson Building, 80 Queen's Park, 978-3744. Free. • 7:00: Le Lieu centre en art actuel, Nomad Territory & Music Gallery. Performance Asiatique. Ma Lui Ming (China); Chumpon Apisuk, (Thailand); S. Chandraskarian (Singapore); Sang Jin Lee (Korea). 179 Richmond W .. 204-1 080. ,. • 8:00: Ford Centre for the Performing Arts. Frederica von Stade, mezzo soprano. George Weston Recital Hall, 5040 Yonge St. 324-9333. ,,. • 8:00: Art Gallery of Ontario. The Body E/ectric/Guitarevolution: Scott Johnson: John Somebody. Jean-Maurice Payeur & Kasper Toeplitz, performers. Jackman Hall, 317 Dundas St. W. 979- 8808.,. • 8:00: Tafelmusik. A Baroque Exhibition. Trinity-St. Paul's Church. See September 24. • 8:00: TSO. Jessye Norman, soprano. Berlioz: Le Corsaire Overture; Les Nuits d'Ete, Op. 7 (Villanelle; Le spectre de Ia Rose; Sur les Lagunas; L'ile inconnue); Debussy: Jeux; Ravel: Sheherazade; La Valse. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe. 593-4828..50 to . FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 26 • 8:00: Ford Centre for the Performing Arts. Ofra Harnoy and Friends. Music ranging from the Beatles to Gershwin. George Weston Recital Hall, 5040 Yong.e St. 324-9333. ,,. • 8:00: Music Gallery. The Body E/ectric!Guitarevolution: Pacific Rim. New works from The Zeta Project (MIDI guitar, computer & synthesizers); solo scores for electric guitar & digital processors. John Oliver, Paul Dresher & Wes Wraggett, performers. 1 79 Richmond St. 204-1080.,. • 8:00: Tafelmusik. A Baroque Exhibition. Trinity-St. Paul's Church. See September 24. • 8:00: University of Toronto. Faculty Artist Series. William Aide, piano and David Hetherington, cello: Talivaldis Kenins: Sonata (1950); Brahms: 2 Intermezzi, Op. 118; Beethoven: Sonata, Op. 27 no. 2; Rachmaninoff: 3 Preludes from Op. 23; Chopin 12 Preludes from Op. 28. Walter Hall, Edward Johnson Building, 80 Queen's Park. 978-3744. ,. SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 27 • 11 :OOam: Etobicoke Community Concert Band. Music in the Market. Pops tunes from stage and screen plus a taste of swing. Etobicoke City Hall, Farmer's Market, 399 The West Mall. 233-7468. Free. • 8:00: Breaking the Sound Barrier. Musical tribute to Rafael Mendez. John Edward Liddle, trumpet; Beatriz Remedois, piano. Runnymede United Church, 432 Runnymede Rd. 233-1364. ,. • 8:00: Canadian Opera Company. Stravinsky: Oedipus Rex; Symphony of Psalms. In Latin with English surtitles. Michael Schade, Oedipus; Judith Forst, Jocasta; Victor Braun, Creon; Colm Feore, Speaker; Canadian Opera Company Orchestra & Chorus· Richard Bradshaw, conductor.' 7:15pm: free Pre-performance Talk in the lobby. Hummingbird Centre for the Performing Arts, 1 Front St. E. 363-8231. to 5. • 8:00: Mooredale Concerts. St. Nicholas Mass with Choir & Orchestra plus a Bach Cantata. Bach: Cantata "lch Habe Genug"; Haydn: St. Nicholas Mass; solo piano works. Adele Kozak, soprano; Margaret Terry, alto; Dennis Giesbrecht, tenor; Michael Donovan, baritone; Daniel Mullin, piano; All the King's Voices; Mooredale Festival Orchestra; David King, conductor. Willowdale United Church, 347 Kenneth Ave. 922-3714.,. • 8:00: Music Gallery. The Body Electric/Guitarevolution: Noises Off. Elliott Sharp, electric guitar, electricbass & bass clarinet; Rene Lussier composer/guitarist. 179 ' Richmond St. 204-1080. ,. • 8:00: North York Symphony. A Night in Old Vienna. Program to include The Blue Danube, Radetsky March, Tales of the Vienna Woods and other works. Grace & Aurelius Gori, artists of the Opera Ensemble of Washington. Fundraising concert for North York General Hospital. George Weston HAYDN 15 Recital Hall, 5040 Yonge St. 872-2222. to . • 8:00: Tafelmusik. A Baroque Exhibition. Trinity-St. Paul's Church. See September 24. • 8:00: TSO. Jessye Norman, soprano. Roy Thomson Hall. See September 25. SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 28 • 2:00: Cathedral Bluffs Symphony Orchestra. Stars of Tomorrow. Music of Mozart, Beethoven, Mendelssohn & Bach. Scarborough Civic Centre. 282-7000. Free. • 2:00: Roy Thomson Hall & EDS Canada International Vocal Recital. Cecilia Bartoli, mezzo spprano. 60 Simcoe St. 872-4255. ---------~1 Toronto Catnerata Invites you to an Open House & CD Release Party Saturday September 27, 7 30-930pm St Leonard's Church 25 Wanless Avenue (Yonge & Lawrence) •Concert by the Toronto Camerata •Organ recital by Dr. Arthur Wenk •Performance by singersongwriter Karen Leslie Hall •Home baking •VISit our Web page •Meet the cho1r Join , us to celebrate t~le release of our new CD ··uve at the Glenn Gould Studio" and tour our new home at St Leonard's Church. Phone 905 84 1 -6480 Mooredale Concerts St. Nicholas Mass with Choir ' Orchestra plus Bach Cantata "lch Habe Genug" Michael Donovan baritone 'A powerful vocal pertormance' Bieler Tagesblatt All the King's Voices Adele Kozak, soprano, David King conductor Dennis Giesbrecht, tenor, Margaret Terry, alto Sat. Sept. 27, 8pm at Willowdale United Church Sun. Sept. 28, 3pm at Walter Hall, U ofT Mooredale Concerts is the hot tip for great music, spoken commentary, a cameo appearence by a rising young star and affordable tickets! , (,Bt./Sr) 922-3714 TORONTO'S ONLY COMPREHENSIVE MONTHLY CLASSICAL & CONTEMPORARY CONCERT LISTING SOURCE

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