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Volume 3 Issue 5 - February 1998

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with Toronto Symphony Bass Quartet. 288 Humberside Ave. 763-2393. ,,. • • •8:00: Arkell Schoolhouse House Concert. Trio: Cello, ~ Your chance to drive a Ford Explorer free for one year, at the AMADEUS CHOIRAUCITON Saturday, February 28, 1998 from 6:30 p.m. Aoral Hall, Gvic Garden Centre, Edwards Gardens (corner of Lesl ie St. and Lawrence Ave. E, Don Mills) • Fabulous foods • One free drink and cash bar • Silent Auction, Live Auction, entertainment . LIVEAUCTIONFEATURES: ~ * Ford Explorer for one year donared b~~ *A chance to appear on stage with Mary-Lou Fallis * Raleigh Mounrain Bike *A chance to conducr the A made us Choir * Weekend gerawaysN and much more THE RAFFLE PRIZE: .... Suuquest VACATIONS LTD. Trip of your choice valued at 00 CALL (4 16) 322-6470 for Auction and Raffle tickets INFO HOT LINE (4 16) 446-0 188 Raif/tLiamtM501193 CLAVIERS BAROQUES and The Music Gallery present the first in a series a Master Class Seminar and Concert Robert Zappulla, Harpsic .. ord Fulbright Scholar, student of Gustav Leonhardt Artist-in-residence at Zuckermann Harpsichords Intl., Stonington, Connecticut Master Class & Seminar from 12:30pm to Spm Individual instruction - (includes concert ticket) introductory to advanced levels Audit class/seminar plus concert - Audit class/seminar only- a Concert of 17th Century Masters Byrd, Frescobaldi, L. Couperin, Froberger on several harpsichords at differing temperaments 8pm , March 1st, 179 Richmond St. W. with a pre-concert talk at 7:30pm , students & seniors (416) 538-3062 for reservations Viola & Flute. Valerie Kuinka, viola; Peter Rapson, cello; Leslie Allt, flute. 843 Watson Rd . South Arkell. 519-763- 7528. (reserved seating). • • •8:00: Mississauga Symphony. Kings of Music. Rachmaninoff: Symphony #2; Scarlatti: Sonata (arr. Shostakovich); Morawetz: Memorial to Martin Luther King. Shauna Rolston, cello; John Barnum, conductor. Hammerson Hall, 4141 Living Arts Drive Mississauga. 905- 306-6000. ,. •••8:00: OnStag~ at the Glenn Gould Studio. Studio Jazz. D.D . Jackson Duo (D .D. Jackson, piano; David Murray, saxophone). 250 Front St. W. •••12:30-5 :00, 8:00: 205-5555. . Claviers Baroque and The • ••8:00: Oriana Singer&, Music Gallery. Robert Zeppulle, William Brown, conductor. Harpsichord: Mesterc/ess, Psalm end Song. Galuppi: seminar end concert. See Psalm 11 0 - Dixit Dominus; announcement on this page. opera choruses from Verdi: •••1 :30: CJRT-FM & Nabucco, Puccini: Madame McMichael Volunteer Butterfly, Humperdinck: Hansel Committee. Music et and Gretel, Mozart: The McMicheel. Metro String Marriage of Figaro; Songs of Quartet. McMichael Gallery, Early Canada arr. Donald 10365 Islington Ave. Patriquin. Ruth Watson Kleinburg. 595-0404. Free Henderson, accompanist. with admission to the Gallery. Grace Church on-the-Hill, 300 •••2:00 & 7:00: Massey Hall . Lonsdale Road. 742-7006. Peking Acrobats. Accompanied ,. by traditional Chinese • • •8:00: St. Jacobs instruments. 15 Shuter St. Schoolhouse Theatre. Motets, 872-4255. to . Madrigals and More. Chant, • • • 2:00: Royal Conservatory · solo song & polyphony for two of Music Family Concert. RCM to eight parts. Tactus Vocal · Community String Orchestras. Ensemble. 11 Albert Street, St. Saint-Saens: themes from The Jacobs. 51 9-664-1134. Carnival of the Animals. Ettore ,. Mazzoleni Concert Hall , 273 • ••8:00: Toronto Opera Bloor St. W. 408-2824 Repertoire. Rossini: La ext.321. , . Cenerentola. Central Technical •••2:00: Spring Sing for Theatre. See February 11 . Sight. A Festival of Song. 7, 2. Choral & a ceppella festival • • •8:00: Toronto Symphony featuring Victoria Scholars, Orchestra. Ray Thomson Hall. Village Harmony, Darbazi, See February 25. . Wibijazz'n' & Toronto Choral • • •8:00: University of Society. Proceeds in part to RP Toronto Choirs. Masses for Research Foundation. Many Nations. Concert of Convocation Hall, 31 King's multi-cultural settings of the College Circle. 870-8000. Mass, linking traditions of the to (group rates available) . past with the talent of •••2:00: Toronto Opera tomorrow. MacMillan Singers, Repertoire. Bizet: Carmen. Doreen Rao, conductor; Central Technical Theatre. See University of Toronto Concert February 13. , 2 . Choir, Lori-Anne Dolloff, •••2:30: Ford Centre for the conductor; University Performing Arts. Louis Lortie, Women's Chorus, James piano. Beethoven: Sonata #2 in Pinhorn, conductor; Rupert A, Op.2 #2; Sonata #17 in d Lang, guest composer. St. minor, Op.31 #2 "Tempest;" Basil's Church, 50 St. Joseph . Sonata #11 in B flat, Op.22; 978-3750 ext.6. ,. Sonata #7 in D, Op.1 0 #3. • • •8:00: University of George West on Recital Hall, Toronto Chamber Orchestra. 5040 Yonge St. 872-2222. Bach: Concerto for Oboe & to . Violin; Mozart: Sinfonia • • •2:30: Roy Thomson Hall. Concertante KV364; RTE Irish National Radio Tchaikovsky: Serenade in C. Orchestra & Dancers: The David Zafer, conductor. Waiter Spirit of Ireland. Portrait of Hall, 80 Queen's Park. 978- Ireland through the centuries 3750 ext.6 . . illustrated by a tapestry of TORONTO'S ONLY COMPREHENSI VE MONTHLY CLASSICAL & CONTEMPORARY CONCERT LISTING SO~ CE

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