11 events. Debbie Danbrook, shakuhachi; special guests. 361 Glebei- .Jime Blvd. 588- 5992. ••• 7:00: Nile Association of Ontario & CNIB. Light and Hope Symphony Orchestra. Massey Hall. See September 11. ••• 7:30: Ellen Annor-Adjei, piano, in Recital: Tribute to Chopin. Humbercrest United Church, 16 Baby Point Rd. 590-9309. . ••• 8:00: George Winston in Concert. George Weston Recital Hall, 5040 Vonge St. 872-2222..75,.75. ••• 8:00: Symphony Hamilton, members and friends. Sounds of a Summer Night. With Elizabeth Harwood, piano; Melanie Matthews, soprano. Mozart: Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, KS25; Clarinet Quintet, KS81; Quintet for Piano and Winds, K452; Adam Schmidt: Bravuras Variations on a theme of Mozart, for Soprano, Flute, Piano; Haydn: Concerto in F for Orchestra; Vivaldi: Concerto in C for Flute, Oboe, Violin, Bassoon and Continuo. Christ's Church Cathedral, 252 James St. N., Hamilton. (905) 526-6690. ,,. ••• 8:00: Music Gallery. Orq(Jestra Mahatma. See September 8. ••• 9:00: John Farah Unit. Improvised music featuring John Oswald (alto sax), Jack Vorvis (djembe, percussion) and John Farah (electric piano). The Idler Pub, 255 Davenport. (905) 793-7787. No cover. ••• 12:00 noon: Debbie Danbrook. Walking the Labyrinth. 361 Glebeholr:ne Blvd. See September 1 2. ••• 2:00: DUO. Works by Bach, Debussy, Frescobaldi, O'Carolan, Rachmaninoff, Rodgers & Williams. Margot Rydell, flute; Ivan Zilman, guitar. Beach Hebrew Institute, .1 09 Kenilworth. 463-1 011. Free. ••• 2:00: Mississauga Central Library. John Arpin in Concert. Noel Ryan Auditorium, 301 , Burnhamthorpe Rd. West. 905- 615-3500. ,. (NOTE new date.) ••• 2;00: Scarborough Civic · Centre Sunday Concert. Bob · d.eAngelis Dixieland Ban.d; 1 SO The Toronto Musicidns'· Associotion and Big Bond World Magazine CHWO Radio 1 250 St. Lawrence for the Arts present a fimd-raising gala for Toronto's profossional musicians. An ev~I'Jing of outstanding musicianship featuring one of Canada'S most popular orchestras Canadian Tribute to · Glenn Miller directed by Don Pierre with The Fabulous Moonbeams and john McNab Srp 1 ·sa a Borough Drive. 396-7212. Free. · ••• 2:30: Toronto Early Music Centre. Musically Speaking: Innovation arid Imagination. Music .for fortepiano by Haydn & Beethoven. Sharon Burlacoff, fortepiano. 100 Queen's Park. 966-1409. Free with Mus!)um admission: ,. ••• 3:00: University of Toronto. Carillon Recital. Gordon Slater, carillonneur. Soldiers' Tower Carillon, Hart House Circle. 762-0882. Free. ••• 1' :00: Lunch Hour at St. James'. Sowerby: "Were you there?"; Vierne: Naiades; Karg Eiert: Lauda Sion; Stanford: Trio in E flat; Gigout: Scherzo. Sam Wiersma, organ. 65 Church St. 364-7865. Free. ••• 9:00: Modern Quartet. Fargion: Sette Canzoni (String Quartet #3; Volans: String Quartet #2, Hunting:Gathering; Arnold: Contact, Vault; African songs, drumming and Shona mbira music, Kwasi and friends. Rivoli, 332 Queen Street West. 785-7075. . ••• 1 2:00 noon: Square in Motion Soundsational Concert. Charly Chiarelli. Sicilian blues. Nathan Phillips Square, 1 00 Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra Queen St. West. 392-0458. Free. ••• 12:30: Vorkminster Park Baptist Church. Noonday Recital. Rebecca Loo, organ. 1585 Yonge St. 922-1167. Free. ••• 7:00: Tafelmusik. Twenty Years of Tafelmusik. Handel: Arrival of the Queen of Sheba; Pachelbel: Canon; Albinoni: Concerto for Two Oboes; orchestral works by Telemann & Vivaldi. Christina Mahler, cello; John Abberger & Washington McClain, oboes; other soloists. Trinity-St. Paul's, 427 Bloor St. West. 964-6337. to (student/senior discount). ••• 12:10: St. Paul's Anglican Church. Noonday Recital. David Enlow, organ. 227 Bloor St. East. 961-811 6. Free. ••• 7:00: M-DO. Dance & Music Festival. Joanna Das, Kathak classical Indian dance; Ritesh Das, tabla; performers from the M-OO Kathak Dance Company; members of the Toronto Tabla Ensemble; special guest artists & hosts. Tranzac Club, 292 Brunswick. 504-7082. , 0 (Gold), 0 (Solid Gold Patron). ••• 8:00: North York Symphony Orchestra. Tchaikovsky Spectacular. Tchaikovsky: Waltz from Eugene Onegin; Suite from Sleeping Beauty; Suite from is celebrating its 20th anniversary jane Mallet Theatre St . Lawrence for the Arts. '-"'-'='-'--~ Friday, September 18th, 8:00pm .95 .
Swan Lake; 1812 Overture. Kerry Stratton, conductor. George Weston Recital Hall, 5040 Yonge St. 872-2222. to . ••• 8:00: Tafelmusik. Twenty Years of Tafelmusik. Trinity-St. Paul's. See September 16. ••• 8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Brahms at Massey Hall. Brahms: Piano Concerto #2 in B flat major Op.83; Symphony #4 in e minor Op. 98. Marc-Andre Hamelin, piano; Jukka-Pekka Saraste, conductor. Massey Hall, 15 Shuter. 593-4828. to .55. ••• 6:00 & 8:00: M-00. Dance & Music Festival. Tranzac Club. See September 1 7. ••• 8:00: Arkell Schoolhouse Concert. Jan Tamblyn, musician/songwriter. 843 Watson Rd . S. Arkell. 51 9- 763-7528. 5. ••• 8:00: Kitchener Waterloo Chamber Music Society. lrshad Khan, sitar. Indian classical ragas. "Wilfred Laurier University, Maureen Forrester Recital Hall, 51 9-886-1673. ,,. ••• 8:00: PM Productions. Come Away. Pop-musical retelling Ruth's devotion & journey to a land of hope. . R.M.M. Munoz, director. Trinity Basement Theatre, 619 Sherbourne. 944-1493. ,, O.For complete run see music theatre listings. ••• 8:00: Tafelmusik. Twenty Years of Tafelmusik. Trinity-St. Paul's. See September 16. ••• 8:00: Toronto Musicians' Association & Big Band World Magazine. Canadian Tribute to Glenn Miller. John McNab; Fabulous Moonbeams; Don Pierre, director. Fund-raising gala for professional musicians. Jane Mallett Theatre, 27 Front St. East. 366-7723. .95 + tax. ••• 6:00 & 8:00: M-00. Dance & Music Festival. Tranzac Club. See September 1 7. ••• 7:30: Music at Hu:mbercrest. Music for voice, flute & piano by Bellini, Dvorak, Faure, Schumann, Liszt & Chopin. Narelle Martinez, soprano; Susan Kuter.tan., flute; Ilona Beres, . piano. Humbercrest United Church, 16 Baby Point Rd. 536-6033. ,. ••• 7:30: Saint Thomas's . Church. Cabaret for Outreach. Benefit concert featuring Sine Nomine Ensemble for Medieval Music; the eight of us; Hungarian folk ensemble Fekete Fold and other performers. Parish Hall, 383 Huron St. 979-2323. . ••• 8:00: Mississauga Symphony. Peter Appleyard's 70th Birthday Celebration. Peter Appleyard, vibraphone; special guest artists; John Barnum, conductor. Hammerson Hall, Living Arts Centre, 4141 Living Arts Drive. 905-306-6000.,. ••• 8:00: New Hamilton Orchestra. Heroic Beethoven. Marquez: Danson #2; Beethoven: Piano Concerto #4; Symphony #5. Janina Fialkowska, piano; Enrique Batiz, conductor. Hamilton Place, Summers Lane between King & Main. 905-526-6556. to. ••• 8:00: Tafelmusik. Twenty Years of Tafelmusik. Trinity-St. Paul's. See September 16. ••• 8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Sibelius at Masse'y Hall. Sibelius: Nightride and Sunrise Op.55; Lemminkainen Suite Op.22 (Four Legends from the Kalevala); Grieg: Piano Concerto in a minor Op.16. Alain Lefevre, piano; "Jukka-Pekka Saraste, conductor. Massey Hall, 1 5 Shuter. 593-4828. to .55. ••• 1 :00 & 4:00: Living Arts Centre Mississauga. Bananas in Pyjamas. Children's entertainment. 4141 Living Arts Drive. 905-306-6000. ,. ••• 1 :00: M-00. Dance & Music Festival. Tranzac Club. See September 17. ••• 2:00: Scarborough Civic Centre Sunday Concert. Dave Woods Big. Band. 150 Borough Drive. 396-7212. Free. ••• 2:30: Kitchener- Waterloo Chamber Music Society. Michael Lewin, piano. Mozart: Fantasy in c minor, K. 475; Beethoven: Sonata in D, Op.1 0/3; Chopin: Etude in e flat minor op 10/6; Mazurka in A flat, 5912; Scherzo #3 in c sharp rY;~inor, Op. 39; David Kocsis: Four Preludes (1981- ded. to Lewin); Gottschalk: Pasquinade, Souvenir di Porto The Toronto_Early Music Centre I presents Toronto's annual Come celebrate the delights of historical musical performance of the 14th "through 17th centuries: • In the Eaton Hall. some of Toronto's finest musicians will perform, including members of Tafelmu.sik, Toronto Consort, Academy Concerts and Sine Nomine. • The galleries throughout the ROM will be filled with the beautiful sounds of recorders and viols played by members of the Recorder Players' Society and the Toronto Early Music Players Organization. • Claviers Baroques will provide, and perform on, a variety of early keyboard instil.ments. Royal Ontario Museum 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, September 26 Free admission w/entrance to the ROM • Take a closer look at, and learn a"bout, period instruments like the hurdy gurdy, the medieval harp, and all kinds of early keyboard and wind instruments. • Drop by the tra.de booths and discover the latest CD recordings by our local artists. ·• Listen to the strolling musicians while browsing through the latest books on early music. TORONTO'S ONLY COMPREHENSIVE MO NTHLY CLASSICAL & CONTEMPORARY CONCERT LISTING SOURCE