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Volume 3 Issue 8 - May 1998

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1 ~~~N~.?!s!:~~R~~~!~Sw~~~~E~~~ -~~SEMBLES -A-C Academy Conceit Series 3, 30 Academy of Spherical Arts 10 Agricola Finnish Lutheran 9 All the King's Voices 2 Alliance Francaise 1 Amadeus Chamber Singers 3 Amadeus Choir 38 Amadeus Ensemble 3 Amici 1 Ann Tindal Sta!le 3'1 Aradia Baroque Ensemble 30 Arkell Schoolhouse 1,16,32 Arraymusic 2, 3 I Art Gallery of Ontario 6 Arthur Campbell 6 Arts & Letters Club 1,12,31 Bach Children's Chorus & Bach Chamber Youth Choir 23 Baroque Music Beside the Grange 16 Beethoven Society for Pianists, Greater Toronto Chapter 9 Beii'Arte Singers 9 Besharah/ Amazing Kreskin. 14 Beth Emeth Synagogue 33 Beuy Oliphant Theatre 7,9,10 Birchmount Park Collegiate 2 Bishop Marrocco 36, 37 Bloor Street United Church 9 Bloor S~t United Choir & Bloor Street Gospel Chorus 24 BramptOn Festival Singers 23 Brampton Symphony 30 Burdocks 10 Burlington Civic Chorale 9 Bumhamthorpe Auditorium 30 Canadian Chamber Academy 3 Canadian Children's Opera Chorus 9,10 Can. Music Competitions 7 CIUlndian Red Cro88 & Children's Art Institute 2 Canadian Singers 30 Celebration Of Praise 38 Choirs of the Church of St. Mal)' Magdalene 38 Christ Church Deer Park 2,3,7,9,14,17,21,28,30 Ch. of St. Leonard 29,37,38 Church of the Holy Trinity 3,9 Ch. of the Redeemer 16,31 Ch. of the Transfiguration 10 CJRT.FM & McMichael Volunteer Committee 3,37 Cla88ic J~ Society of To. 22 College Park Church 3l Columbus Centre 8 Con. Takt Ensemble 28 Concentus Arts 9 Concertsingers 9 Consulate General, Portugal 2 . Continuum 20 · Convocation Hall 2 D-1 Darbazi and Friends 9 Deer Park United Church 19 Dewi Sant Welsh United 30 Diana Kadota Aris 11,12 Don Mills Organ Society 20 Donaghadee Male Voice Choir & York Regional Police 14 Douglas Schalin, organ 19 Du Maurier Theatre 9,10,25 East York Concert Band 4 East York Symphony 30 Eastminster United 2,3,30 Echo 3 Eden United Church 23 Elmer Iseler Singers 8 Encore Productions I 0-13 Ensemble Quivis 17 Estonian House 22 Etobicoke Centennial Choir 30 Etobicoke Musical Prod. 30 Etobicoke Symphony 8 Etobicoke Youth Choir 29 Ettore Mozzoleni Concert Hall ' 2,4,5,7,10,24,31 Pax Christi Chorale 9 Eugene N akamura, Ronald Turini 24 Peel Choral Society 9 Evergreen Club Gamelan 36 Penthelia Singers 3 Exultate Chamber Singers 1 Polish Canadian Society 9 Famous People Players 8 Poor Alex Theatre 10,11 Flora McCrae Auditorium 26 ProVOCE Studios 10,11,31 Flying Cloud Folk 3,17,24,31 Pupils of Lawrence Pitchko 22 Ford Centre for the Performing RCM Recital Hall 4 Arts 1,3,5,7,8,14,27,29 Recital Hall30 Free Methodist Church 9 Redeemer Lutheran Church 9 Gcorge Ignatieff Theatre 3, 7 Robert Bruce 9 Gcorge Weston Recital 1-3,5, Ronda Rindone 9 7,8,14,20,21,23,24,27,34,38 Rosedale Heights 20 Glass Orchestra 29 Rosedale Presbyterian 3 Glenn Gould Studio 1-3,9,12, Roy Thomson Hall 8,11,14, 14,21,23,24,28,36 16,21-23,25-27,30,31,34-38 Grace Church on-the-Hill2,9 RCM 1,2,4,5,7,10,24,31 Great Music at St. Anne's 3,16,17,38 Royal Ontario Museum 10 Greater Toronto Area · - S-T Teachers' Wind Ensemble 8 Hamilton Place 10 Hahunerson Hall 9,23,28-30 Hart House Theatre 11,12 Heliconinn Hall 1,8,15,22,29 Heritage Theatre 30 Holy Family Church 2 Hummingbird Centre 11-13 lOOth Monkey Music Circle 10 Intrada Brass 23 Islington United Church 30 Istituto ltaliano 4 -J-M J.H.S. Opera 36, 37 Jane Mallett Theatre 2,3,23,33 · Jewish Music - Toronto 25,33 Karayan Arts 23 Knox College Chapel IS Leah Posluns Theatre 4,25,30 Leasid.e Concert Series 30 Les AMIS 24 Living Arts Centre I 0,23,29 Lunch Hour at St. Jameli' 5,12,19,26,33 MacMillan Theatre. l,2 Marc Gameau Collegiate 4 Markbam Concert Band 3 Mary Lake Shrine 14 Massey Hall 2,36 McMichael Gallery 3,37 Meadowvale Theatre 2,3 Metropoiitan United 2,3,6,9, 13,20,27,36,37 Milk International Festival 25,31 Mississauga Children's' Choir 23 Mississauga Library 3,38 Mississauga Pops 3 Mississauga Symphony 9 Mississauga Youth Orchestra 2 _ Momiji Centre IS Mooredale Concerts 3 Music at Hart House 3,38 Music at Metropolitan 6,9,13, 20,27,36,37 Music at N. District Library 14 Music at St. Gcorge's 3 Music Gallery 6,9,10,12-16, 19-22,24-26,29-31 Music Toronto 33 Music Umbrella 2 Musicians in Ordinary 16 -N-R Nativity of Our Lord Church 8 New Hamilton Orchestra 10 New Music Concerts 20 Niagara Children's Chorus 8 Noel Ryan Auditorium 3,38 N. York Concert Orchestra 20 North York Symphony 21 Oakville Centre 8-10 Oakville Choral Society 2 Oakville SymP,hony 9,10 Off Centre Music Series 31 Onyx Wind Quintet I 0 Opera Anonymous 7,9,10 Opera Mississauga 23,28,30 .Oriana Singers 2 Orpheus Choir of Toronto 36 Oshawa-Durham Symphony 31 ' Sacred Music Society 8 Saint Agnes Church 2 Saint Thomas's Church 1, 9 Saint V in cent de Paul Church 2 Scarborough Arts Council 1 S Scarborough Centre 3,10, 17,24,31 Scarborough Philharmonic 2 Sbakubachi Ensemble 1 S Sinfonia Mississauga I Soundstreams Canada 1, 12 St. Andrew's Church 35 St. Andrew 's Presbyterian 24 St. Anne's Churcli 8 St. Boniface Church S St. Christopher's Church 9 · St. Cyprian' s Anglican 8, 9 St. Gcorge the Martyr 1,15,16,22 St.James~ Cathedral 30,36,38 St. John's, York Mills 31 St. John's United Church 2 St. Leonard's Church 10 St. Mary's Church 9 St. Patrick's Church 8 St. Paul's Church 3, 23 St. Paul's Lunchtime Organ Recital 7, 14, 21, 28, 35 Studio Theatre 24,30 Tafelmusik 7-10, 20-24 Tallis Choir 30 The Music Group 30 Theatre 11 I Timothy Eaton Memorial · Orchestra 24,26 Toronto Camerata 29,37,38 Toronto Chamber Society 2 To. Children's Chorus 2,3,38 Toronto Choral Society 34' Toronto Choristers 20 Toronto Cla88ical Singers 3 Toronto Early Music Centre 10 To. Heliconian 1,8,15,22,29 Toronto Operetta Theatre 3 Toronto School of Music 29 Toronto Senior Strings 35 Toronto Sinfonia of Nations 2 TSO 8,14,16,21,23,25-27,30, 31,34-37 . Toronto Theatre Organ Society & Kiwanis, Casa Loma 11 Toronto Wagner Society 12 Toronto Welsh Male Voice Choir 9,23,30 Toronto Wind Orchestra 21 To. Youth Flute Orchestra 10 TRANZAC 3,15,17,24,31 Trinity Presbyterian Church 8 Trinity-St. Paul's 7-10, 20-24 -u-z U ofT Opera Division I, 2 Ukrainian Bandurist Chorus 2 Unitarian Congregation, To. 22 UniversitY Settlement Music & Arts School 1,22 Victoria College Chapel 2 Victoria Royce Presbyterian 3 Victoria's Music 14-16,19,21 TORONTO'S ONLY COMPREHENSIVE MONTHLY CLASSICAL & GONTEMPORARY CONCERT LISTING SOURCE Victoria-Royce Choir, friends 3 Vox Finlandiae Chamber Ch. 9 Walker Court 6 Waiter Hall 1,3 · West Humber Collegiate 29 Willowdale United Church 2 Women's Musical Club 24 Y amaha National Junior Original Concert '98 23 York Symphony Orchestra 2 York Wonds Library Theatre 20 Y orkminster Park Baptist 9 Y orkminster Park Noonday Recital 6,13,20,27,34 ... ETCETERA continued from page 12 Composer Talk. Richard Rinjvos, Ives Ensemble, Amsterdam. 60 Atlantic Ave., Suite 218. 532-3019. Free; donations encouraged. Also May 19 (Linda C. Smith: "Compos~ng Identity: , What is a Woman Composer?") and May 28 James Rolfe. MASTERCLASSES/ WORKSHOPS May 2 7:00: proVOCE. Master-class w. Michael Warren. 732 Spadina Ave. 960-0472. , May 2-3: ll th RCM Suzuki Non­ Competitive Festival, adjudications for flute, piano, violin, cello & harp. 408- 2824 ext.32l. May 3 1:30: Toronto Early Music Players Organizatipn. Workshop with Colin Savage. Blow your shawm, sackbutt, etc. 480-0225. May 9 2:00: Composer Robert Bruce: "Building With Sound - the ABC's of Composing." Hands-on workshop. Free Methodist Church, Newmarket. 905-895-6311. , or , with evening lecture/recital. May 22 7:30: Recorder Players Society AGM. 968-1559. May 22 8:00: 100th Monkey Events Music Circle. George Blake: handdrumming, beginners. 66 Wellesley E. 925-7633. May 24 2:00: pro VOCE Studios. Alexander Technique Lecture/Demonstration. 732 Spadina Ave. 960-0472. . ' ~ay 26, 28 & 29: !O:OOam: Milk Int. Festival. Musical Games from Around the World w. Michael Bradke. Age 4 & up. And May 26 & 29: 1:30; May 27: 11:4Sam Air Instruments and Orchestra w. Michael Bradke. Instruments from found objects. Ages 8 & up, Water's Edge Cafe, Harbourfront. Advance registration. And May 28 & 29: lOam Drumming Workshop with Adzido Pan African Ensemble. Ages 5 & up. Waiter Carsen Centre, Harbourfront. 973- ~000 . Advance registration required. June 2- 7: Toronto Children's Chorus Fifth International Choral Conductors Symposium. 932-8666.

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