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Volume 3 Issue 5 - February 1998

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  • Toronto
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work, love, war,

work, love, war, festivals, rituals & games. 60 Simcoe St. 872·4255. to . • • •3:30: Tafelmusik. By/sma Plays Bach. Trinity-St. Paul's Church. See February 19. •••8:00: Amadeus Ensemble. Harp and Strings. Saint-Saens: Fantasy for harp & violin; Tournier: Images for harp & string quartet; Debussy: Danses sacree et profane; Bartok: Duos for two violins; Beethoven: String Trio in c minor Op.9 #3. Judy Loman, harp; Moshe Hammer, violin; Mark Fewer, violin; Anthony Rapoport, viola; Thomas Wiebe, cello. Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front St. W. 205- 5555. ,,. • • •8:00: Esprit Orchestra. un, deu)!, beaucoup. Ryan: eternal silence ... infinite spaces (1997 world premiere); Bergs: Soundbites (1997 world premiere); Morin: un, deux, beaucoup; Sokolovic: Pesma; Harman: Violin Concerto. Elizabeth Turnbull, mezzo soprano; Fujiko lmajishi, violin. 7:15: pre-concert talk. J ane Mallett Theatre, 27 Front St. E. 599-7880. , 2.50. Group rates available. JUDY LOMAN & MOSHE HAMMER Acclaimed harpist Judy Loman j oins Moshe Hammer, violin, and members of the Amadeus Ensemble for ~orks by Tournier, Saint­ Saens, Debussy and more. •• •2:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Ray Thomson Hall. See February 18. to .50. • • •7:30: Royal Conservatory of Music. Monteverdi: L '/ncoronazione di Poppea. Ettore Mazzoleni Concert Hall. See February 21 . • • •8:00: CJRT-FM Sound of Toronto Jazz Concert. Martin Loomer Quartet. Ontario Science Centre Auditorium, 770 Don Mills Rd . . • • •8:00: OnStage at the Glenn Gould Studio. Concert of great operatic arias & duets including excerpts from Tomas: Mignon; Gounod: Romeo and Juliette; Faust; Bizet: The Pearl Fishers : Wagner: Tannhauser; Humperdinck: Hansel & Gretel. Benjamin Butterfield, tenor; Brett Polegato, baritone; Canadian Children's Opera Chorus; Canadian Opera Company Orchestra; Richard Bradshaw, conductor. 250 Front St. W. 205-5555. . • • •1 :00: Lunch Hour at St. James'. Christopher Dawes, organ. Mendelssohn: Allegro in B flat ; Brahms: Prelude & Fugue on 0 Traurigkeit; Chora le Preludes 11. 65 Church rit orchestra 9 7. 98 director and conductor St. 364-7865. Free. • • • 5 :30 : Clarke Institute of Psychiatry. Music for Midwinter: A Warm Blast for What Ails You/ True North Brass: Scott lrvine, tuba; St uart Laughton & Raymond Tizzard, trumpets; Alastair Kay, trombone; Joan Watson, horn. Aldwyn Stokes Auditorium, 250 College St. 979-6816. Free. • • •8:00: Ford Centre for the Performing Arts. Boris Pergamenchik.ov, cello & Vassily Lobanov, piano. Schumann: Adagio & Allegro Op.70; Brahms: Sonata in F Op.99; Debussy: Sonata (1 915); Shostakovich: Sonata in d minor OP.!40. George Weston Recital Hall, 5040 Yonge St. 872-2222. to . • ••8:00: Music Gallery. a/cides /anza and MEG SHEPPARD. Contemporary music from the three Americas, integrating technology and music. 179 Richmond St. W. 204-1080.,. •• •12:30: Yorkminster Park Noonday Organ Recital. William Maddox, organ. 1585 Yonge St. 925-7312. Free. Call or visit the St. Lawrence Centre b.ox office, 27 Front St. E. (416) 366-7723 ; .50 student/senior un, deux, beaucoup sunday, february 22, 1998 8:00p.m. 7:15 p.m. pre-concert talk Jane Mallett Theatre, St. Lawrence Centre guest artists ELIZABETH TURNBULL (Canada), mezzo-soprano FUJIKO IMAJI SHI (Canada), violin composers JEFFREY RYAN (Canada) eternal silence ... infinite spaces 1997 world premiere ROGER BERGS (Canada) Soundbites 1997 world premiere ERIC MOR IN (Canada) un, deux, beaucoup, 1994 ANA SOKOLOV IC (Canada) Pes m a for mezzo-soprano and chamber orchestra, 1996 CHRIS PAUL HARM AN (Canada) C -Section for violin solo, woodwind quintet and strings, 1996 Handling charges may apply. Programming is subject to change without notice TORONTO'S ONLY COMPREHENSIVE MONTHLY CLASSICAL & CONTEMPORARY CONCERT LISTING SOURCE

• • • 2:00: Meadowvale Theatre. Seniors Sing-Along. Broadway melodies with Chris MacDougall, The Cawthra Seniors Choir & guest soloists. 6315 Montevideo Road, Mississauga. 905-821-0090. . •••7:30: Royal Conservatory of Music. A Musical Soiree. French music of the 19th & 20th' centuries; baroque & romantic music; Russian music by Shostakovich. Alia Zaracelli and Leokadia Kanovich, duo piano. Recital Hall, 273 Bloor St. W. 408-2824ext.321. ,. • • •8:00: Ford Centre for the Performing Arts. Mendelssohn String Quartet with Robert Mann, viola. Mendelssohn: Andante & Scherzo Op.81; String Quartet in f minor Op.80; String Quintet in B flat Op.87. George Weston Recital Hall, 5040 Yonge St. 872- 2222. to . • • •8:00: Montgomery's Inn. Folk Tales From Around the World. Etobicoke Dreamcatchers; Church of Our Lady of Sorrows Youth Choir. Stories & songs for children. 4709 Dundas St. W. 394- 8113. (advance registration required). • • •8:00: Regimental Band of the Scots Guards & Pipes and Drums of The Black Watch. Scotland the Brave/ 1 00.­ member ensemble; Highland dancers; Ceilidh band; vocal soloist. Maple Leaf Gardens, 60 Ca rlton. 870-8000. 5 to . • • • 8:00: Toronto Latvian Concert Association . Vilma lndra Vitols, mezzo soprano. Jane Mallett Theatre, 27 Front St. E. 481-8616. . • ••8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Tan Dun: Orchestral Theatre 1: Xun on Taoism; Mahler: Das Lied van der Erde. Monies Groop, mezzo soprano; Richard Margison, tenor; Tan Dun , c6mposer & performer; Jukka·Pekka Saraste, conductor. Post-concert Lobby Chat. Ray Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe St. 593-4828. to . • • •8:00: Toronto Opera Repertoire. Rossini: La Cenerentola. Central Technical Theatre. See February 11 . ,. • • •8:00: University of Toronto Jazz Series. Small Jazz Ensembles. Favourite standards and student arrangements & compositions. Wai ter Hall, 80 Queens Park Cres. 978-3750ext.6 : Free. • • •12:00 noon: Glenn Gould Studio: Music Around Us. Vinea mea electa: Lenten Music for Choir. Music by Tallis, Palestrina, Byrd, Poulenc, Oldroyd, Purcell, Walton & Gibbons. Eight of Us: Elizabeth Anderson, Julia Armstrong, sopranos; Janice Kerkkamp, Nancy Reynolds, altos; Larry Beckwith, Michael Rowland, tenors; John Tuttle, John Whitepost, basses. 250 Front St. W. 205-5555. Free. • • •12:00 noon: Hart House Music Committee. Midday Mosaics. Peter Dick, jazz piano. Music Room, 7 Hart House Circle. 978-5362. Free. •••12:1 0 : Music in St. Paul's. Noonday Recital. John Brian, organ. 227 Bloor St. E. 961-8116. Free. • • •1 2 :1 0: University of Toronto at Scarborough. Colin Tilney, fortepiano. Leigha Lee Browne Theatre, 1 265 Military Trail. 287-7007. Free. • • •1 2 :1 0 : University of Toronto Thursday Noon Series. Vive la Melodie Francaise. Vocal performers from the French diction class. Waiter Hall, 80 Queen's Park. 978- 3750 ext.6 . Free. •••2:00 & 6:00: Music Gallery. Jenny Zetterberg: Ins tallation & Performance. 179 Richmond St. W. 204- 1080. Pay what you can. •• •4:00 & 7 :30: Storymakers Theatre & Listen-Up International Festival of Storytelling. Women in Shakespeare. Two stories of women in Shakespearean drama told to music for chamber organ. Mary Druce, Susan Kerr & Christopher Dawes, performers. St. James' Cathedral, 65 Church St. 360- 7597.,$ 5 . •••6:45: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Pre-concert Classic /ntros talk with writer/broadcaster Robert Harris. Rick Phillips, host. Roy Thomson Hall , 60 Simcoe St. 593-4828. Free with ticket to the 8 :00 concert or .85. • • •8:00: Music Gallery. Mary Lou Fitzgerald. Proceeds in part to Cancer Research and Cancer Support Centres. 179 Richmond St. W. 204-1080. .0,. • • •8:00: Music Toronto. Ouattuor Arthur Leb/anc with special guest Rivka Go/ani, viola. Desjardins: Sur La Corde Raide (viola quintet, CBC commission); Murphy: Dance Me Through The Panic (viola quintet, CBC commission); Brahms: Viola Quintet in G major, Op.111. Jane Mallett Theatre, 27 Front St. E. 366- 7723. ,'9. QUATUOR ARTHUR LEBLANC with RIVKA GOLANI, violist Acclaimed Toronto violist RIVKA GOLANI joins the aynamic young QUATUOR ARTHUR LEBLANC in a programme including world premieres of 2 speciallycommissioned quintets • • •8:00: North York· Symphony. Miller Meets the Giant. Rossini: La Scala di Seta Overture; Miller: Concerto Grosso; Mozart: Sinfonia Concertante for Winds; Haydn: Symphony #88 in p. Kerry Stratton, conductor. George Weston Recital Hall, 5040 Yonge St. 324-9333. ,, student/senior · discounts. • • •8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Roy Thomson Hall. See February 25. • • •12:00 noon: Roy Thomson Hall Volunteers. Bring Your Own Lunch Concert. Aubergine Wind Quintet. 60 Simcoe St. 593- 4822 ext. 363. Free. • • • 7:30: University of Toronto Faculty of Music. Choral Classics Friday Evening Concert. Performance by music students and/or faculty. Portion of proceeds to St. Peter's food bank. St. Peter's Church, 188 Carlton St. 978-3750 ext. 6 . to 2 . • ••8:00: Elmer lseler Singers. Choral Classics. With MacMillan Singers. Rosedale United Church, 15'9 Roxborough Drive. 483-5549. ,. • • •8:00: Ford Centre for the Performing Arts. John Pizzarelli, jazz guitar/vocals, with his Trio. George Weston Recital Hall, 5040 Yonge St. 872-2222. to . •• •8:00: Massey Hall . Bale Folclorico da Bahia. 30 dancers, singers & drummers perform a program drawn from Africa, Portugal & Brazil' s indigenous people. Shuter St. east of Yonge. to . • • •8:00: Performing Arts York Region. Fabulous Fridays Concert. Shauna Rolston, cello; Lydia Wong, piano. Thornhill Presbyterian Church, 271 Centre St. 905-889-4359. ,. • • •8:00: Roy Thomson Hall . Dulce Pontes, Portuguese vocalist, sings traditional Portuguese melodies. 60 Simcoe St. 872-4255. to . • • •8:00: Toronto Consort. Celebration of Hildegard of Bingen. Hildegard: songs, writing & letters; excerpts from her liturgical drama, Ordo Virtutum. Guest chorus of women soloists. Trinity-St. Paul's Church, 427 Bloor St. W. 964-6337. to . •• •8:00: Toronto Opera Repertoire. Bizet: Carmen. Central Technical Theatre. See February 1 3 . 7, 2 . 7he t:,lmel' .Jselel' ,Si.,se"s Al'e proult to preseiJt Friday 27 February, 1998, 8:00 p.m. Rosedale United Church 159 Roxborough Dr. Featuring Mendelssohn, Brahms, Schubert, plus the premiere of a new choral work by Giles Swayne. Conductors: Lydia Adams, with Doreen Rao and Giles Swayne regular, senior/student with ID. For tickets call (416) 483~5549 . TORONTO'S ONLY COMPREHENSIVE MONTHLY CLASSICAL & CONTEMPORARY CONCERT LISTING SOURCE

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