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Volume 4 Issue 1 - September 1998

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16 ETCETERA CONTINUED

16 ETCETERA CONTINUED The ORPHEUS CHOIR OF TORONTO and the . ORPHEUS CHAMBER CHOIR invite experienced singers in any voice range to audition for the 1998-99 season. Call 416-530-4428 for an audition appointment. proVOCE STUDIOS OPERA PROGRAM is presently holding auditions for Gianni Schicci, La Cenerentola and Die Fledermaus. 960-0472. LECTURES Owen Lee, well-known as panelist & commentator on "Saturday Afternoon at the Opera" will give a series of 3 lectures on Wagner: The Terrible Man And His Truthful Art, September 22, 23 & 24 at 8:00pm, MacMillan Theatre, 80 Queen's Park. Admission is free but tickets are required. Call Trinity College, Office of Convocation, 978-2651. MASTER CLASSES Michael Warren, performer on Broadway and at the Metropolitan Opera, will be holding a masterclass for singers at proVOCE Studios, Friday October 2, 7:00pm. 960-0472. ,. I ~~ WORKSHOPS ! il: September 11, 7:30: Recorder j. Players Society. Amateur ' t: musicians who meet to explore recorder repertoire from the Renaissance to modern times. ,:· 968-1559. September 13, 1:30: TEMPO , tr :,";';;W.:oJkshop with Suzanne ·'1 , Deserres, baroque bassoonist. t• ; Players of all early instruments Hi n welcome. Lansing United 1 H Church, 416-932-8167. i P September 24, 7:30: Art of 1 l! Listening: NOJO on Jazz. Jazz . ~~ composer-performers Paul 1 ; Neufeld & Michael Occhipinti, ; l' co-leaders of the award-winning group NOJO, host an informal session of the ins and outs of ·~~~ performing & creating jazz · l l 1]1Usic. Indigo Books & Music, 1 l 2300 Yonge St. 544-0049. October 2, 7:30: Recorder ,, Players Society. Amateur musicians who meet to explore recorder repertoire from the Renaissance to modern times. 968-1559. I NDEX SFPTf''PFP I '98 Ocyc 'PEP 7 '98 \Atlnelptctfp OF PRESENTERS VENUES AND ENSEMBLES PLEASE NOTE. NUMBERS REFER TO DATES, NOT TO WHOLENOTE PAGE NUMBERS. "0" = OcTOBER -A-C Aradia Baroque Ensemble 26 Arkell Schoolhouse Concert 18, 26 Beach Hebrew Institute 1 3 Brigantine Room & Ann Tindal Stage 4 Canadian Broadcasting Corporation 25 Canadian Concert & Recital Artists 26 Canadian Opera Company 24, 25 Cathedral Bluffs Symphony Orchestra 27, o4 Chancel Choir of Port Nelson 21 Christ Church Deer Park 25 Christ's Church Cathedral, Hamilton 12 Church of the Holy Trinity o4 CJRT FM & McMichael 6, o4 Convocation Hall o3 -o-1 Debbie Danbrook 1 2, 13 Eastminster United Church 26 Eaton Court 11 Ellen Annor-Adjei 1 2 Estonian Concert Hall 27 Etobicoke Community Concert Band 26 Etobicoke Farmer's Market 26 Ettore Mazzoleni Concert Hall 24 Ford Centre for Performing Arts 24, 26, o4 Friends of South Asia 11 George Weston Recital Hall 1 2, 1 "I, 24, 26, o3,o4 George Winston 1 2 Glenn Gould Studio 26, o4 Great Music at St. Anne's 6, 20, o4 Hamilton Place 19 Hammerson Hall 12, 19 Hannaford Street Silver Band 20 Harbourfront Centre 4 High Park Girls' Choir & Boys' Choir o7 Humbercrest United Church 1 2, 1 9 Hummingbird Centre 24, 25 Hundredth Monkey Oasis 20, o4 Idler Pub 12 Israel Pavilion, CNE 3 -J-M Jane Mallett Theatre 18, 20 Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber Music Society 10, 18,20,27,o2 Leah Posluns Theatre o3 Living Arts Centre Mississauga 20, 24, o7 Lunch Hour at St. James' 15, 22, 29, o6 M-DO 17-20 MacMillan Theatre o3 MasseyHa1111,12,17,19,o1,o3 McMaster University School of Art, Drama & Music 29 McMichael Gallery 6, o4 Mississauga Central Library 6, 13, o4 Mississauga Symphony 1 9 Mooredale Concerts 26, 27 Music at Humbercrest 19 Music at Metropolitan o4 Music Gallery 8, 12, 24, 25 -N-R Nathan Phillips Sq. 2, 6, 9, 16, 23, 30, o7 New Hamilton Orchestra 1 9 Nile Association of Ontario & CNIB 11 , 1 2 Noel Ryan Auditorium 6, 13, o4 North York Symphony 6, 17 Off Centre Music Series o4 OnStage at Glenn Gould Studio o7 Ontario Youth Choir 21, 26 Opera York o3 Orion House Artist Management 25 Pantages Theatre 20 PM Productions 1 8 Port Nelson United Church 21 Roland Starr 27 Ron Graner 3 Rosedale Presbyterian Church 27 Roy Thomson Hall 23,24,26-28,o1 ,o3,o7 Roy Thomson Hall Volunteers o2 Royal Bank Theatre o2 Royal Ontario Museum 1 3 Royal York Hotel 25 Runnymede United Church o 7 -s-T Sabat/Clerke .Duo 24 Saint Thomas's Church 19 Scarborough Civic Centre 6, 13, 20, 27, o4 Sinfonia Mississauga o2 Soldiers' Tower Carillon 6 Square in Motion 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, o7 St. John's Norway Anglican Church 26 St. Jude's Anglican Church 27 St. Paul's Anglican Church 10, 17, 24, o1 Symphony Hamilton 1 2 Tafelmusik 16-20, o1-o4 Toronto Early Music Centre 13 Toronto Mendelssohn Choir o3 Toronto Musicians' Association & Big Band World Magazine 1 8 Toronto Philharmonic Society o4 TSO 17, 19,23,24,26,28,o1,o3,o7 Tranzac Club 17-20 Trinity Basement Theatre 18 Trinity-St. Paul's 16-20, o1-o4 -u-z University of Toronto 6 University of Toronto Faculty of Music 22, 24, 25,o1,o3,o7 Wa~&Hall 22,24,25,27,o1,o7 Willowdale United Church 26 Yorkminster Park Baptist 16, 23, 30, o7 TOO LATE TO LIST, SEPTEMBER 98 The following concert information was received too late to list. Nect deadline is Tuesday September 15 for the period October 1 - November 7. •September 6 3:00: Indian Classical Music Festival, Mcleod Auditorium, Medical Sciences Bldg. 905-513-0654.,. •September 10- 13 8:00; September 13 2:00: Graduate Centre for the Study of Drama: Mozart and Sa/ieri. Robert Gill Theatre, 214 College St. 978-7986.,. •September 15 8:00: Duncan Hopkins Quintet. Glenn Gould Studio. 205-5555. ;. •September 16 8:00: Stuart Mclean at the Vinyl Cafe. Glenn Gould Studio. 205-5555 . ,. •September 24 12:00 noon: Natalie Choquette, operatic comedienne. Waterfall Stage, First Canadian Place. 466-5020. Free. •September 25 12:00 noon: Triskelion. Bach: Goldberg Variations. Glenn Gould Studio. 205-5555. Free. •September 26 8:00: Romantic Evening Concerts Yorkville. Robert Raines & his Orchestra. Church of the Redeemer. 482- 8174. . TORONTO'S ONLY COMPREHENSIVE MONTHLY CLASSICAL & CONTEMPORARY CONCERT LISTING SOURCE

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