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Volume 3 Issue 4 - December 1997/January 1998

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  • Toronto
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  • December
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  • January
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the Performing Arts, 1 Front St. E. 363-8231.to 5. • 8:00: CBC Stereo's Choral ConcertiOnStage at the Glenn Gould Studio. Dale War/and Singers, Dale Warland, artistic director. 40-voice a cappella choir. 250 Front St. W. 205- 5555. . • 8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Art of the Concerto. Handel: Concerto grosso Op.6 #1; Concerto a due cori #2; Vivaldi (arr. J.J. Rousseau): Le printemps (for solo flute); Martinu: Concerto grosso; Mozart: Violin Concerto #5 in A major K.219. Mayumi Sailer, violin; Nora Shulman, flute; Christopher Hogwood, cond. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe St. 593-4828. to . • 8:00: University of Toronto Jazz Series. Small Jazz Ensembles. Waiter Hall. See January 14. • 12:10: St. Paul's Anglican Church. Noonday Recital. Eric Robertson, organ. 227 Bloor St. E. 961-811 6 . Free. • 12:10: U. ofT. Thursday Noon Series. Music and Poetry. Britten: Sechs Holderlin­ Fragmente; Haw.kins: Sonette on Orpheus (Rilke). Michael Colvin, tenor; John Ha.wkins, piano; Prof. Eric Domville, commentator. Waiter Hall, 80 Queen's Park. 978-3744. Free. • 6:45: TSO. Pre-concert Classic lntros talk with Christopher Hogwood. Rick Phillips, host. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe St. 593-4828. Free with ticket to the 8:00 concert or .85. • 8 :00: Canadian Opera Company. Humperdinck: Hansel and Grete/. 7:15pm: Free Pre-performance Talk in the lobby. Hummingbird Centre. See January 23. • 8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Roy Thomson Hall. See February 4. AuDITIONS, CLASSES, CouRsEs, ETCETERA WHoLENOTE UNCLASSII'IED AovERTISING, DEci, MBER. JANUARY '97-'98 ACCOUNTING AND INCOME TAX SERVICE for small business and individuals, to save you time and money, customized to meet your needs. Nonn Pulker, B.Math . CMA. 905-508-4274. CELLO LESSONS: Experienced and highly qualified RCM Affiliate Teacher, graduate of Vienna Music Academy. Students of all ages and levels are welcome. King subway station. 868-9008 . UNCLASSIFIED ADVERTISING in the wholeuote costs only for 20 words and $.50 for each additional word. To book an ad, call Simone D.:silets at 406-6758. DID YOU REALIZE that scrapp.:d ca rs are a major source of pollution? Don't scrap your old car, sdl it to John for repair and re-use. 416-466-9064/416-790-81 74. FLUTE LESSONS: Experienced teacher & professional performer. Eastman graduate - RCM Affiliate Teacher. Beginners to advanced students, all ages welcome. 416- 757-5406 FOR RENT: Concert venue (rehearsal) seats 112. Bright, intimate, parish hall/stage. Call: 603-6720 or 967-3775 . GIFTS FOR CHRISTMAS. Great selection of recorders, music for the recorder, tin whistles, fifes, low "D" whistles, Baroque, Folk and Irish flutes , low pitch recorders, some used instruments, harpsichord. Call 416-534-7931 Mon. to Sat. Recorder Center, 984 Dovercourt Rd . HAVE YOU EVER WANTED TO SING, thought you wouldn't or couldn't, or do you just want a place to play with the possibilities of your voice. Small groups. 6 - . Johanne, 461-8425 . KNABE BABY GRAND PIANO, 5'2", built in 1927, Baltimore USA . Restored, refinished 1987. Black satin finish, recently tuned. Excellent condition. Asking ,900. 1-613-592-5820 LLOYD GARBER TEACHES GUITAR. Creative approach. Absolute beginners to working professionals. Must be enthusiastic. Pop, Jazz, Blues, Original Chords, lead, reading, improvisation, fingerboard, speed theory, eartraining. Lloyd Garber, 504-0915 . OPERA-VOCAL COACH AND ACCOMPANIST: on leave from Vienna State Opera 97-98. Teacher at Vienna Hochschule. Studio Bloor-Dufferin. German and Italian repertoire, diction. 416-536-0588. THE PERFECT BIRTHDAY PARTY PUPPET SHOW, specially designed for your child 2 - 6 years old. J eff Essery. 416-922- 8249 TUNE YOUR SELF with Feldenkrais (rm). For lessons in functional Integration (tm) and Awareness Through Movement (tm) call Frauke Voss at 929-0394. VOCAL ENSEMBLES, 4 to 40 voices, from All The King's Voices, available to perform at your Christmas event, featuring traditional and new carols from their December 14 concert. 416- 757-5512. WANTED- CHOIR CHIME MUSIC for Senior, secular, twooctave group. New or used . 416- 463-0319 . YOUNG MUSICIAN'S STUDIO. Private lessons available for: singing, flute, recorder, trumpet, french horn, trombone, music theory. High Park. 416-536-0586 Shaun McLean Registered Massage Therapist · 66 Wellesley St. E. Suite #3 Toronto M4Y 1G2 Phone 416 961-2403 416 374-9269 (pager) By appointmenl or chance. In Call/Oul Call rales. LOOK BETTER, FEEL BETTER, SOUND BETTER I~CHRISr+ ~ ~CHURCH DEER PARK Deer Park United Church 129 St. Clair Ave. W. at A venue Road Concert, Meeting Room, and Studio Space Available ===~~~~=~:.;,. 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