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Volume 4 Issue 8 - May 1999

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22 Jan S!Jcilir; 4~~~~~~j~t William JV!addo~, Special Cue~ featuring, a'!~.qpgs, . folk songs JJ:!at artlin~pli'~i:l ~y 19\/e, nat!Jre ~ni:l ~"J?irth ) ·. · Liebeslieder waltzes, Brahms Serenillf:~e t~ ~U$iC:/Vaughan Williams The Bach Children's Chorus and The Bach Chamber Youth Choir Linda Beaupre Conductor Eleanor Daley Accompanist with guests The Cantabile Youth Choir George Weston Recital Hall, Ford Centre for the Performing Arts Tickets: and at the Ford Centre box office or TicketMaster at (416) 870-8000. _ BACH ILDRE~ ORUS~ 1 '99 8:00: Aradia Baroque Ensemble. If Ever I More Purcell Did Desire. Purcell: The Tempest; If Ever I More Riches Did Desire; Trumpet Sonatas; instrumental suite from the Fairy Queen; music from Don Quixote. Aradia Chamber Choir; Norman Engel, trumpet. Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front St. West. 205-5555. ,. 8:00: Arkell Schoolhouse. Gryphon Trio. Tiefenbach: Arkell Schoolhouse Suite (world premiere); works by Brahms & Haydn. Roman Borys, cello; Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Jamie Parker, piano. 843 Watson Rd. S. Arkell. 519-763- 7528. . 8:00: Bach Elgar Choir. The King Shall Rejoice/ Handel: Coronation Anthems; Mozart: Coronation Mass; Symphony #22; Salieri: Coronation Te Deum. Janet Obermeyer, soprano; Carol Anne Feldstein, alto; Dennis Giesbrecht, tenor; Michael Donovan, baritone; New Hamilton Orchestra. Westdale United Church, 99 North Oval, Hamilton. 905-527-5995. ,. 8:00: Beii'Arte Singers. The Language of Spring. Brahms: Liebeslieder Waltzes; Vaughan Williams: Serenade to Music; art songs, madrigals & folk songs inspired by love, nature & rebirth. William Maddox & len Sadler, piano & organ; Lee Willingham, music director. Yorkminster Park Church, 1585 Yonge St. 699-5879. ,. 8:00: Linda Shumas. Works by Rameau, Couperin, Quantz, Telemann, Bach, Debussy, Hindemith & Shumas. Linda Shumas, piano & harpsichord; Quantz Trio; Joe Nadurata, viola. Music Gallery, 179 Richmond St. West. 204-1080. ,. 7 '?? -,., •en •e 8:00: Mississauga Symphony. Voices of Spring. Mozart: Overture to Don Giovanni; R. Strauss: Four Last Songs; Lehar: Merry Widow Overture; Von Suppa: Poet & Peasant Overture; J. Strauss Sr.: Radetsky March; J. Strauss Jr.: Voices of Spring. Donna Ellen Trih,movich, soprano; John Barnum, conductor. Hammerson Hall, 4141 Living Arts Drive. 905-306- 6000. ,. 8:00: Mississauga POPS Concert Band. Special Tribute to Mother. Alastair Kay, trombone. Meadowvale Theatre, 631 5 Montevideo Rd. 905-821-0090. ,. 8:00: Oriana Singers. Summer is A'Coming. Raminsh: Missa Brevis; Watson Henderson: A Celebration of Music; Vaughan Williams: Spring and Summer; works by Holst, Debussy, Dalglish and Hemsworth; new arrangements of East Coast Canadian folk songs by Watson Henderson. Lynn Blaser, soprano; Ruth Watson Henderson, accompanist; William Brown, conductor. Grace Church on-the-Hill, 300 Lonsdale Rd. 742-7006. .50 to . 8:00: Scarborough Philharmonic. Coakley: Partitions (world premiere); Prokofiev: Violin Concerto #2 in g minor; Tchaikovsky: Symphony #4 in f minor. Erika Raum, vioin; Rosemary Thomson, conductor. 7:1 5: Pre-concert lecture. Birchmount Park Collegiate, 3663 Danforth Ave. 261-0380. to 6; family rates. 8:00: Tallis Choir. Songs of England. Britten: Hymn to St. Cecilia; Vaughan Willi~ms: Shakespeare Songs; Tippet: Spirituals from A Child of Our Time; works by Elgar, Stanford, Tallis Choir Peter Walker, Director SONGS OF ENGLAND Britten Hymn to St. Cecilia Vaughan Williams Shakespeare Songs Tippet Spirituals from 'A Child of Our Time' and works by Elgar, Stanford, Finzi & Howells Saturday, May 8, 8:00 p.m. St. -Patrick's Church (Dundas & McCaul) Tickets available at the door or call (416) 483-0559 adults & students/seniors

Finzi & Howells. Peter Walker, director. St. Patrick's Church, 141 McCaul St. 483-0559. ,. 8:00. The High Society Jazz Band. Living Arts Centre. 4141 Living Arts Centre Dr. Mississauga. 905-306-6000. ,. 8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Beethoven Festival. Roy Thomson Hall. See May 5. 8:00: Trinity Chamber Ensemble. Galuppi: Dixit Dominus; Passmore: Suite on C (world premiere); Janacek: Suite; Sibelius: Romance Op.42; Elgar: Elegy Op.58; J. Stamitz: Mannheim Sinfonia #2 in A; selections for choir. Earl Haig S.S. Chamber Choir, Lynn Janes, director. Church of the Transfiguration, 111 Manor Rd. East. 588-1292.,. unday May 09 12:00 noon: Amici. Cappuccino Concert. Joaquin Valdepef\as, clarinet; David Hetherington, cello; Patricia Parr, piano; Mark Fewer, violin; Lorna MacDonald, soprano. Grano, 2035 Yonge St. 425-7964. (concert & brunch). 2:00: Amati Quartet. All in the Family. Mozart: Dissonant Quartet; Macdonald: Quartet #3 The Delphinian (commission); Schumann: Piano Quintet. Joseph Peleg & Peggy McGuire, violins; Mark Childs, viola; David Miller, cello; gue~t artist: Judith Kenedi-Peleg, piano. Eden United Church, 3051 Battleford Rd. Mississauga. 905-848-0015. ,. 2:00: Harbourfront Centre. Andy Earle Blues Band. Calypso, jazz & blues. 235 Queens Quay West. 973-3000. Free. 2:00: Music at Metropolitan: Metropolitan Silver Band. Spring Concert Celebration. Malcolm Sinclair, baritone; Patricia Wright, organ; Alan Moody, conductor. Metropolitan United Church, 56 Queen St. E. 757- 8697. ,. 2:30: Ford Centre for the Performing Arts. Louis Lortie, piano. Beethoven: Sonata No.30 in E, Sonata No.31 in A flat, Sonata No.32 in c minor. George Weston Recital Hall, 5040 Yonge St. 870-8000. to . 2:30: Variety Show for Mother's Day. Performers include: Marat Maxutov, piano; Tali Aleev, gypsy violin; Marsha Kriss, voice. Studio Theatre, Ford Centre for the Performing Arts, 5040 Yonge St. 870-8000. . 2:30: Toronto Early Music Centre. 17th Century Italian & Elizabethan Music. Paul Jenkins, harpsichord. Royal Ontario Museum, 100 Queen's Park. 966-1409. Free with Museum admission: ,. 3:00: Echo Women's Choir. Program ranges from music by Hildegard of Bingen to traditional folk & inspirational songs. Alan Gasser, Becca Whitla & Suba Sankaran, directors. Church of the Holy Trinity, 1 0 Trinity Square. 537-2526. ,. 3:00: Royal Conservatory of Music. RCM String Ensembles. Kelly Parkins, Julian Fisher, Jonathan Craig & Sheldon Grabke, conductors. Ettore Mazzoleni Concert Hall, 273 Bloor St. W. 408-2824 ext.321. ,. 8:00: Flying Cloud Folk Club. Rick Fielding, blues guitar. 292 Brunswick Ave. 410-3655. ,. 8:00: Guelph Chamber Choir. Monteverdi: Vespers. TACTUS; Kitchener-Waterloo Philharmonic Chamber Choir; Gerald Neufeld, conductor. du Maurier Theatre, River Run Centre, 35 Woolwich St., Guelph. 519-763-3000. ,. Monday May 10 7:30: Associates of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Five Small Concerts: I Pro fundi­ A Century of British Music. Elgar, Britten, Bryars & Bates. Paul Meyer, violin; Carol Fujino, violin, Daniel Blackman, viola; Simon Fryer, cello; Lydia Wong, piano. Trinity St. Paul's Church, 427 Bloor St. W. 323-0023. ,. 8:00: Onstage. Operatic favorites. Isabel Bayrakdarian, soprano; Gerald Finley, baritone; Canadian Opera Company Orchestra; Richard Bradshaw, conductor. Glenra Gould Studio, 250 Front St. W. ~:05-5555. . Tuesday May 11 1 :00: Lunch Hour at St. James'. All-Bach programme. Elizabeth Harwood, organ. 65 Church St. 364-7865. Free. 7:30: Ty-Mac. Spring Serenade. Bands, orchestras & choirs of m~sic students from Sir John A. Macdonald C.l. and J.B. Tyrrell Senior Public School. Sir John A. Macdonald C.l. Auditorium, 2300 Pharmacy Ave. 396-6793. to . 7:30: University Settlement Music &. Arts School. Duke Trio. Music by Beethoven, Brahms & Pepin. Mark Fewer, violin; Thomas Wiebe, cello; Peter Longworth, piano. Benefit for University Settlement. St. George the Martyr Church, 205 John St. 598-3444. ,. 8:00: Creativity Cave. City Quake. 1 5 actors/vocalists arth's beat or reap d1scordance! TWO VARIETY SHOWS Mother's Day: Sunday May 9, 1999 at 2:30 pm Father's Day: Sunday June 20, 1999 at 2:30pm Mother's cDay Broadway Tunes and Improvisation Marat Maxutov Piano passages so rich, you'll positively bask in their golden glow! Tali Aleev Give me some of that old time Gypsy Violin! Marsha Kriss "Once Upon a Time ... " Ford Centre for the Performing Arts Ticketmaster $ather's cDay exquisite tones linger in the air Denise Williams wise, witty, wonderful! Steven Henrickson ("Les Miserables") · Tali Aleev Violin skills one remembers. 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