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Volume 4 Issue 7 - April 1999

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  • April
  • Toronto
  • Theatre
  • Choir
  • Arts
  • Jazz
  • Classical
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  • Bloor
  • Choral


LEFT TO RIGHT: (ToP) STEPHANIE TAYLOR, DEBBIE FLEMING; (MID) TIM 0LFERT, Juny TATE, LARRY FoLK (BoTTOM) ToM LILLINGTON, SUBA SANKARAN, DYLAN BELL Special Occasion Insurance. Concerts, Recitals, Benefits Fast reasonable service from experts. HAMPTON A VENUE STORY BY ALLAN PuKER Hampton Avenue runs south from Danforth Avenue into the heart of Toronto's Riverdale neighbourhood. And from one . particular house on that street the sounds of an extraordinary vocal jazz ensemble in rehearsal can sometimes be heard. This simple explanation of the name verges on the mw1dane, but the eight member group's musicianship certainly doesn't. The perfection they demand of themselves coupled with the originality of the arrangements they sing, most of them by the group's fow1der and leader, Debbie Fleming, are a potent combination. April and early May will be an excellent time to hear them: on April 9 they will be perfonning in the "A Cappella Palooza" festival at the Poor Alex Theatre (see Concert Not(!s and Too Late to List) and on May 2 they will be one of the groups singing at Donna Green's "Spring Sing for Sight" concert at Convocation Hall. And during the Downtown Jazz Festival, the evening of Jw1e 25, tl1ey will be appearing at the . Select Bistro. You will probably not, so far, have heard of Debbie Fleming, unless, of course, you are a member of the Toronto Mendelssolm Choir or tl1e St. Paul's Anglican Church choir, botl1 of which she sings in. But you are probably intimately acquainted witl1 her voice. l11at's because she has been a professional jingle singer for TV and radio.conunercials since 1972. She has literally hundreds of jingles under her belt. Two of her most recent: a Sears commer~ cia! "where some people go cyding over a hill" - and the · ': ~ 'drink milk, love life" commercial. . , To hear Debbie describe it, the See Hampton Ave, page 13 CLASSICAL CD. RECORDING PROJECTS Our All-lnclusixe packages include: J . ' ' .• · ' • All recording, pr9,duction and n:'ixing by our Jun,o or Emmy award winning producers • All recording dorie .in a world class 24 track digital studio OR live location multi-track recording (8, 16 or 24 tracks) • All artwork/graphics (lnd design by some of Canada's top graphic designers • All final film and cqlour printing of covers and traycards .• Manufacturing of all CD or cassette product • Barcode and catalogue number for your recording . • All tape costs (2" analog tape optional), CDR Master and CD glass Master • Distribution of your finished product to key local or regional retail music stores If you have already produced a CD, take advantage of our CONSULTING SERVICE which will explain to you the music industry, retail distribution (how to do your own), promotion of your CD and publishing. , YOUR PRODUCT IS OUR PRODUCT Peros Music's long background in every facet of the music business will be an excellent resource for the promotion of your recording. If you are consi~ering a Recording Project" call: C/J; . V14n--- PEROS MUSIC INC. (905) 814-8555 (905) 814-750 I PHONE FAX ONLY COMPREHENSIVE CLASSICAL CONTEMPORARY CONCERT LISTING SOURCE

NFONIA ORON'.fO TORONTO'S NEW WORLD-CLASS CHAMBER ORCHESTRA! 1999-2000 INAUGURAL SEASON ~ Glenn Gould Studio, Jane Coop, Pianist BEETHOVEN Grosse Fugue op, 133 BACH Piano Concerto in f minor FINZI Ecologue for piano and strings MOZART Divertimento K136 TCHAIKOWSKY Serenade "' &11:: , IU > 0 ..I a.= 0 u. MOZART Eine Kleine Nachtmusik SUK Serenade ELGAR Serenade BRAHMS Liebeslieder Waltzes ,/ Nurhan Arman, Music Director CES FROM THE OLD WORLD Stepan Arman, Violinist RESPIGHI Ancient Airs and Dances WIENIAWSKI Faust Fantasy for violin BARTOK Divertimento BARTOK Saturday October 30, 1999 8 pm Sunday February 6, 2000 2.30 pm Dmitri Berlinsky, Violinist GRIEG Holberg Suite MENDELSSOHN Violin Concerto in d minor DVORAK Serenade STRING FAVOURITES MOZART Symphony No, 17 MOZART Piano Concerto No, 9 ANDONIAN In Memoriam (world premiere) MOZART Symphony No, 29 BRITISH AIRS HOLST St. Paul's Suite BRITTEN Les illuminations WARLOCK Capriol Suite BRITTEN Simple Symphony ELGAR Introduction and Allegro: Nathalie Paulin, Soprano Friday November 26, 1999 8 pm Sunday March 12, 2000 2.30 pm Saturday May6, 2000 8 pm ) SUBSCRIBE NOW AND SAVE UP TO 25% SUBSCRIPTION SERIES SINGLE TICKETS Mr/Mrs/Ms Subscribers receive priority for additional single-concert tickets (orders Riled the week of September 27), Single tickets go on general sale October 6, 1999. Street Subscriptions available until September 20. Please enclose valid ID copy for each student subscription. Ticke~ will be mailed after October l . Seating Preference D Front D Mid D Rear limited wheelchair seatin~ available. Seating assigned on rece1pt of completed order. Adults x 6/each = $ Seniors x $ 105/each = $ Students x $ 84/each = $ Please add handling charge per subscription = $ Series Total $'----- A() Sr() St() _O_ct._30 ______ _ Nov.26 __________ =_,$:__ ___ ~----------=-"$ ___ _ _M_ar_.1_2______________ =..,$:__ ___ ~--------- _=..::.$ ___ _ ~ ------____ =..::.$ ____ Handling: per ticket Singles Total $ ___ _ City Phone Day ( Eve ( E-mail At Postal Code D Cheque enclosed, payable to CBC Glenn Gould Studio Tax-Deductible Contributio11 $ ____ _ ·oRDER BY MAIL: Glenn Gould Studio Box Office, PO Box 500, Station A, Toronto, Ontario M5W 1 E6 BY PHONE: 416-205-5555 BY FAX: 416-205-5551 Regular Box Office hours: M - F 11 - 6; summer: May 25- June 25M- F 11 - 5, June 28- Sept 3, T- Th 11 - 5 Box Office opens 2 hours before performance for in-person sales only. All sales final, no refunds, no exchanges. Total Payment $ ____ _

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