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Volume 4 Issue 2 - October 1998

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: •qs !' a 1 E NDEX OF PRESENTERS VENUES AND ENSEMBLES D PLEASE NOTE. NUMBERS REFER TO DATES, NOT TO WHOLENOTE PAGE NUMBERS. "N" = NOVEMBER -A-C All Saints Anglican Church 3 All Saints Kingsway Anglican Church 18 All The Kin['s Voices 24 Amadeus Choir n1 Amadeus Ensemble 25 Amati Quartet 18 Amici 16 Arbor Oak Trio 23; 24 Arkell Schoolhouse Concert 10, 16.' 24 ARRAYMUSIC 14-17 Art Gallery of Ontario 31 Arts Etobicoke 16-18. 21-25 ·Baroque Music Beside the Grange 11 Beach Arts Centre 10,11,17 Birchmount Park Collegiate 24 Brigantine Room 25 Calvin Presbyterian Church 23, 24 Canadian Opera Company 1 , 3, 16 Canadian Singers 24 Cantabile Chorale 3 Cathedral Bluffs Symphony Orchestra 4, n7 CBC Radio Two n5 ·centenary United Church 10 Central Presbyterian Church 9 Chamber Music Kincardine 3, 4 Christ Church Deer Park 3, 8, 15, 22, 29 Christ's Church Cathedral 8, 16, ,17 Church of the Holy Trinity 4 Church of the Redeemer 27,n1,n7 Church of the Transfiguration 18 City Playhouse 15 CJRT-FM & McMichael Volunteer Committee 4, n1 Classic Jazz Society of Toronto 17 Convocation Hall, McMaster University 8, 9, 11 Convocation Hall, U of T. 3 Curtain Call Players 15 -D-1 DACARY Hall 7, 21, 28 Distinguished Artists Concert Series 25 Don Mills Organ Society 21 Du Maurier Theatre Centre 14-17 Duo L'lntemporel 23 Eastm inster Church 17, 18, 24 Eden United Church 18 Elora Festival Singers 23. 25 Encore Entertainment 15 Esprit Orchestra 25 Estonian House 1 ·7 Etobicoke Collegiate Institute 23 Etobicoke Community Concert Band 18, 23 Ettore Mazzoleni Concert Hall 23 Exultate Chamber Singers 20, n6 Fairview Library Theatre 15 Food .Court, Mutual Group Centre East Tower 23 Ford Centre for the Performing Arts4, 13, 14, 17, 18, 21-23, 25, 28-n1, n5-n7 George Gao Silk Ensemble 24, 25 George Weston Recital Hall 4, 13-18,21-23,25, 28-31, n5-n7 Glenn Gould Studio 4, 8, 16, 17, 22, 25, n5, n6 Great Hall, Hamilton Place 17 Great Music at St. Anne's 4 Great Romantics Festival 8-11 Guitar Society of Toronto 17 Hamilton Place 8 Hammerson Hall 24 Harbourfront Centre 25, 27 Hart House Theatre 29 High Park Girls' Choir & Boys' Choir of Toronto 7 High Park Recital Series 17, 31 Holy Trinity Church n7 Humbercrest United Church 18, 23 Hummingbird Centre for the Performing Arts 1. 3 Hundredth Monkey Oasis 4 lstituto Italiano di Cultura 27 -J-M . Jane Mallett Theatre 2. 15, 17, 27, n7 John Bassett Theatre n7 Kimbourne Park Church 23 Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber Music Society 2. 8 Leah Posluns Theatre 3 Living Arts Centre Mississauga 1' 7, 15 \ Living Stone Assembly 25 Lunch Hour at St. James' 6, 13, 20, 27, n3 Macdonald Stewart Art Centre 23 MacMillan Theatre 3, 17, 18, 24 Malcolm Place, Kincardine · 3, 4 Markham Theatre 18 Mar)in Grove Church 24 Massey Hal11, 3, 10, 16, n7 McMaster University n3 McMichael Gallery 4, 18, n1 McMichael Volunteer Committee & CAMMAC 18 Meadowvale Theatre 23 Metropolitan Community Church of Toronto 25 Metropolitan United Church n1. n7 Midland Collegiate Auditorium n7 Mississauga Central Library 4 Mississauga Symphony 24 Montgomery's Inn 16-18 Mooredale Concerts 10. 11 Mozart Society 8, 20 Music at Metropolitan 4, n7 Music at Rosedale 25 Music Gallery 6 , 8-10, 13, 15-18,20,22-25,27,30, 31 Music Theatre Mississauga 23 Music Toronto 15, 27 Music Umbrella 17 Musket Restaurant Banquet Room 21 Mutual Group Centre 22 -N-R New Hamilton Orchestra 8 Newman Centre 25 Newmarket Theatre 17 Noel Ryan Auditorium 4 North York Central Library n7 North York Symphony 15 Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts n7 Oakville Symphony Orchestra n7 Off Centre Music Series 4 OnStage at Glenn Gould Studio 7, 20, n5 Ontario Folk Harp Society/Arts Etobicoke 17, 24 Opera Atelier 22 Opera Hamilton 17 Opera in Concert n7 Opera York 3, n6 Orchestra Toronto n7 Orpheus Choir of Toronto 30 Performing Arts York Region 16 ' Pickering Village United Church 24 Port Nelson United Church Chancel Choir & Halton Asphasia Centre 23 Redeemer Lutheran Church 17' 31 · Reprise Concerts 2 Richview C.l. 17, 24 Riverdale Concert Society 9 Rosedale Presbyterian Church 25 Roy Thomson Hall 1, 3, 7, 8, 10, 14, 15, 17, 19-21, 24, 25, n4, n5 Roy Thomson Hall Volunteers 2, 9, 15, n6 Royal Alexandra Theatre 22 Royal Bank Theatre 2 Royal Canadian Military Institute/Roy Thomson Hall n1 Royal Conservatory of Music 23 Royal Ontario Museum 11 Runnymede United Church 7 - S-T Sanderson Centre for the Performing Arts 30, n6 Scarborough Civic Centre 4 Scarborough Philharmonic 24 Scarlett Heights C.l. 16 Silverthorn Collegiate 24, 25 Sine Nomine Ensemble for Medieval Music 30, 31, n7 Sinfonia Mississauga 2 Small World 29 St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church 29 St. Clement Eglintor;~ Church 26 St. George the Martyr Church 11 St. James' Cathedral 6, 13, 17, 20, 23, 27, 30, n3 St. Lawrence Hall 22 St. Margaret's Church 23 St. Mary's Immaculate 25 St. Patrick's Church 17 St. Paul's Anglican Church 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, n5 St. Thomas's Church 30 StanDeArt 8 Sunderland Hall 8, 20 Symphony Hamilton 17 Tafelmusik 1-4, n4-n7 Tallis Choir 17 Tapestry Chamber Choir 3 Te Deum Orchestra & Singers 16, 17 The Chapel, Victoria University 9 Theatre Passe Muraille & Kingston Summer Festival 22 Thornhill Presbyterian Church 16 Thornhill United Church 3 Tivoli Renaissance Project 1. n5 · Toront0 Chamber Choir n1 Toronto Children's Chorus 18 Toronto Consort 16 Toronto Early Music Centre 11 Toron to Latvian Concert Association 25 Toronto Mendelssohn Choir 3, n7 Toronto Operetta Theatre 17 To ron to Philharmonic Society 4 Toronto Senior Strings 29 Toronto Symphony Orchestra 1, 3, 7, 8, 10, 14, 15, 17, 19-21,24,25, n4, n5 Toronto Welsh Male Voice Choir 17, 24, 26 Toronto Wind Orchestra/ Toronto Teacher's Wind Ensemble 27 Town of York Historical Society/Citizens for the Old Town 22 Trinity Chamber Ensemble 18 Trinity-St. Paul's 1-4, 16, n4-n7 Trinity-St Paul's Vocal Concert Series n 1 -u-z University of Guelph School of Fine Art & Music 8, 15, 22 . 23, 29, n5 University of Toronto Faculty of Music 1, 3, 7, 14, 15 , 17, 18, 21-25. 27-29, n2, n4, n5, n7 Vaughan Ci ty Playhouse n6 VocaiPoint Chamber Choir n7 Walter Hall 1, 7, 8, 11, 14, 15, 17, 21-23, 25, 27-29, n2, n4, n5 Willowdale United Church 10, 24 Women's Musical Club of Toronto 8 York Symphony Orchestra 17, 18 York University Dept. of Music 7,21,28,30 Yorkm inster Park Baptist Church 7, 14, 21, 28, n4 TORONTO'S ONLY COMPREHENSIVE MONTHLY CLASSicAL & CONTEMPORARY CONCERT LISTING SOURCE

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