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Volume 6 Issue 10 - July/August 2001

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- 12:00 noon: Nathan Phillips Square/ Scotiabank. Sounds in the City: Tri· . Continental Folk, Celtic, blues & world music. Bill Bourne. Lester Quitzau & Madagascar Slim, performers. 100 Queen St. West. 416-395-0490. Free. - 12:30: Metropolitan United Church. · Summer in the Park. Brian Gold. _The park, 56 Queen St. East at Church St. 41 6-363-0331 ext.22. Free . . - 1 :0.0: Roy Thomson Hall. Royal Bank Seniors' Jubilee Conceits.· See August 13. Thursday August 16 - ·12:00 noon: Metropolitan United Church. Summer in the Park. Oaren Sw,anson. The park, 56 Queern St. East at Church St. 416-363-03;31_ ext.22. Free. - 1 :00: Roy Thomson Hall. Royal Bank . Seniors'.Jubilee Concerts. See August 13. - 7:00: Summer Music in the Garden. Young Artist Series. Works by Bartok, Sibelius and Mozart. Soohyn Natn, cello; Irene · Im, violin. The· Music Garden, 475 Queen's Quay West. 416-973-3000. Free. Friday August 17 .:_ 12:00 noon: Metropolitan Uriite.d Church. Summer in the Park. Norm Hacking. The park, 56 Queen St. East ai Church St. 416·363-0331 ext.22. Free. · - 1 :00: Roy Thomson Hall. Royal Bank Seniors' Jubilee Concerts. St. See August ·13: - 8:00: Harbourfront Centre. Toronto Tabla Ensemble with Desi Dynamite DJ Collective. Norigen Stage, 235 Queens Quay Wes.I. 416-9734000. .. .c..· 8:00: Markham Jazz Festival. Alex Pangman and her Alleycats; Mi~hael Kaeshanmer Trio. Markham Theatre, 171 Town Centre Blvd. 905-305-7469. -. Saturday August 18 - 12:00 noon: Markham Jau Festival. Perfoimani:es all afternoon. Performers include: Trillium Jazi Band; Don Thompson Project featuring Terry Glarke; Tracey Wilkins . Band; J.J. Perry Ouartet;'Michael· Pickett Blues Band with guest Doug Riley & others. T oogood Pond Park, Unionville. 905·4 71 · · 5299. .- 8:00: Jau.F¥91. Summer of Jazz. Luis Mario Ochoa &' Cimarro~: Latin.Jsland Club, . Ontario Place, 955 Lakesh 1 ore Blvd. West. . 416-!i99·5299. Free. Church. Summer in the Park. Max Wo.olaver. The park, 56 Queen St. East at Church St. 416-363-0331 ext.22. Free. - 12:15: Church ofthe Holy Trinity. Music Monday Concert: Hampton Avenue Vocal Ensemble. 10 Trinity Square. 416·5984521. Tuesday August 21 - .12:00 noQn: Metropolitan United Church. summer in the Park. Performers TBA. The park, 56 Queen. St. East at Church St. 416-363·P331 ext.22. Free. · - 8:00: UNI Theatre. Come Sail Away. Clarke Hall, 161 LakllShore Rd. West, Mississauga. 905-271-1631. . For· . complete run see Music Theatre listings. Wednesday August 22 ..:. 12:00 noon: Metropolitan United Church. Summer in the Park: Carillon Concert. Gerald Martindale; carillonneu~. The· park, 56 Queen St. East at Church St. 416· 363-0331 ext.22. Free. -'- 12:00 noon: N11than Phillips ~qua re/ Scotiabank. Sounds in the City: Kanatan Aski Native North ~merican chants; Andes pan flutes.· 100 Queen St. West. 41 6-395· · 0490. Free. · - 12:30: Metropolitan United Church. Summer in the Park. October Browne. The park, 56 Queen St. East at Church St. 416· ·303-0331 ext.22. Free.. , ' , Thursday August 23 · - 12:00 nqon: Metropolitan Uni.tad Church. Summer in the Park. Performers TBA. The park, 56 Queen St. East at Church St. 416-363-0331 ext.22. Free. · · :.... 7:00: Summer Music in the Garden. fiddlesong Tlfo. Canadian roots & world music. Anne Lederman, violin; Tim Leighton, accordion and keyboards; De bas his Sinha, percussion. The Music· Garden; 4 75 Queen's Quay West. 41 S-973-3000. Free. Friday August 24 - 12:00 noon: Metropolita'.; 1United Church. Summer in the Park. Cassava. The park, 56 Queen St. East at Church St. 41 6· 363-0331 ext.22. Free. · · Monday August 27 - 12:15: Church of the Holy Trinity: Music Monday Concert: Becca Whit/a and Friends Sing. lO'Trinity Square. 416-598-4521. Tuesday August 28 , -:- 8:00: Altamira/Canadian Opera Company. Summer Opera Concert. Michael Colvin, Alina Gurina & Eszter Siimegi, · soloists; members of the COC Ensemble Studio; Richard• Bradshaw, conductor/emcee; COC Orchestra. Norigen Stage, 235 Queens Quay West. 416-363-6671. Free ( donation suggested). Wednesday August 29 - 12:00 noon: Nathan Phillips Square/ Scotiabank. Sounds in-the City: Juan Jose ·. · Carranza. Gypsy•flamenco. 100 Queen St. West. 41 6-39.5-0490. Free. - 8:00: Altiimira/Canadian Opera Company. Summer Opera Concert.-Norigen ..- St~ge. See August 28. · - 8:00: Soulpepper 'Theatre Company. Patricia O'Callaghan in Concert. Solo show with songs by Weill, Cohen, Newman and more. Premiere Dance Theatre, 207 Queen's Quay West. 416-9734000. ,. \ - 05 7:00: City of-Brampton. Concert in ·ihePark: ft{e/if/uence. Gage Park, Wellington St. West. 888-381-2726. Free. · - 05 8:00: St La""rence Stage Company. , Dads! The Musical Written & directed by ·Robert More; musical direction by Tom Doyle. Brockville Arts Centre, 235 King St. West, Brockville. 877-342-7122, 613-342-7122. , .50(sr),(st), .0(family). For complete run see Music Theatre listings. . Sunday July ~8 - 7:00:, Guelph Concert Band. Riverside Park Summer Concert Series. Colin Clarke, director. Bandshell, Riverside Park, Marilyn Saturday August 25 Dr., Guelph. 519-837-0276. Free: Thursday July 12 - 8:00: JazzJFM91. Summer of Ja11. Ragweed Jazz Band. Dixieland jazz. Island - 2:00 & 8:00: Kawartha Lakes Summer Sunday August 19 Club, Ontario Place, 955 Lakesha.re Blvd. Playhouse. Forever Plaid. Musical comedy by ·....: 2:00: Markham Jau Festiv~ l .'Club . West. 416-599-5299. Free.. Stuart Ross and James Raitt. Academy Theatre, 2 Liridsay St. South, Lindsay. 877- ·Django Sextet of Toronto; Tommy Ambrose 888-0038, 705-324-9111. .50,$ 18.50. with the Rick Wilkins Orchestra. Swan lake For complete run see. Music Theatre listings. Village; Markham. 90547i-5299. . ~ 3:00: Summer Music in the Garden. - 7:00: City of Brampton. Concert in the - 3:00: Summer Music in .the Garden. Members · of The Gryphon Trio. ' Music by Bach' · Park: A Tribute to Sinatra.'Jeff Sonmerville George Gao'Ensemble. Traditional Chinese . and Ravel. Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; & The Jazz Mechanics. Gage Park, Wellington Music. The Music Garden, 475 Queen's Quay Roman Borys, cello. The Music Garden, 475 ' St. West. 888-381-2726. Free. · ·West. 416-973-3000. Free. _Queen's Quay West. 416-973-3000. Free. .. Friday July n - 7:30: Mel Lastman Square/Scotiabank • .._ 3:00: University of Toronto. Soldiers' , Sunday Seniriade: Peter Appleyard and tti_e Tower Carillon Recital Series. Suzanne - 8:00: Ganaraska Festival Theatre. ' Swi11; Fever Ba'nd. Jazz & big band Magassey, carillonneur. The lawn, Hart House Swing! Swing/ Swing/ The Concert Hall at favourites. 5100 Yonge St. 416-395,-0490. Circle. 416-978-2452. Free. Vidtoria Hall, 55 King St. West, Cobourii. Free. · - 7:30: Mel Lastman Square/Scotiabank. 905-372-2210. . For complete run see Sunday Serenade: Galaxy All.Star Orchestra. . MuSii: Theatre listings: · Monday August 20 Tribute to big band music. Matt Dusk, vocals;_ · Eddie Graf & Ross Wooldridge, directors. Sunday July 15 - 12:00 noon: Metropolitan U~ited 5100 Yonge St. 416·395-o490. Free. ~ 1:30: CAMMAC/McMichael Gallery; 22 whol e not~ 'juLY ·1, 2001 - Aucus'r 31,-2001 Thursday August 30 - 7:00: Summer Music in the !Jarden. Christine Duncan, jazz vocalist. The Music Garden, 475 Queen's Quay West. 416-973· . · 3000. ,Free. , - 8:00: Altamira/Canadian Ojiera Company. Summer Opera Concert. Norigen Stage: See August ?8. Friday August 31 - 8:00: Soulpepper Theatre Company. Patricia O'Callaghan in Concert. Premiere Dance Theatre. See August 29. Saturday September 01 - 8:00: Jazz.FM91. Summer of Jazz. Doug Watson Quintet. Traditional jaz2. Island Club, Ontario Place, 955 Lakeshore Blvd. West. 416-599-5299. Fiee. No listings FURTHER AFIELD Sunday September 02 Monday September 03 ..,. 12:15: Church of the Holy Trinity. Music Monday Concert: I Furiosi Baroque Ensemble. 10 Trinity Square. 415:599.4521. tbut within easy travelling distance of the GTA): · Thursday July 05 Sunday Concert: Anna Graham, guitar. 10365 Islington, Kleinburg. 905-893· 1121 . ,, (family), under 5 free. - 7:00: Guelph Concert Band.Riverside ' - Paffk Summer Concert Series: Guests: Stratford Concert Band. Bandshell, Riverside·· Park; Marilyn Dr:, Guelph. 51a·B37-0276. Free. l hursday July 19 - 7:00: City of Brampton. Concert in the Park: Qrampton Concert Band. Gage Park, Wellington St. West. 888-381-2726. Free. · Sunday July 22 - 7:00: Guelph Concert Band. River.fid~ Park Summer Conceit Series. Guests: The Twilites. Bandshell, Riverside Park, Marilyn Dr;, Gueiph. 519-837-0276. Free. · - 7:00: North lurk Concert Band. M'usic from Broadway to jazz, classics to traditional band tunes. John Edward Liddle, conductor. Couchiching Beach' Park, Orillia. 416482· -1398, Free . . , Wedn&Sday July 25 - 7:00: Ganaraska Youth. Theatre. Bugsy Malone Jr. The Cance.rt Hall at Victoria Hall, 55 King St. West, Cobourg. 905-372-2210. $) 0. For complete run see Music Theatre listings. . ' Thursday July 26 - 7:00: City of Brampton. Concert in the Park: Mark Sepic & Cueros Y Cuerdai. Gage Park, Wellington St West. 888-381-2726. Free .. · . ;- 8:00: St Lawrence Stage Company. Little Shop of Horrors. Written by Howard Ashman & Alan Menken; directed by, Adall) ~

Furfaro; Steve Thomas, musical director; Michelle Carbery, ch9reographer. Brockville Arts Centre, 23~ King St. West, Brockville~ 877-342·7122, 613·342·7122. , (sr):(st), (family). For complete run see Music Theatre listings. Sunday July 29 - 7:00: Guelph Concert Band . 'Rive~de Park Summer Concert Series. Guests: Northdale Concert Band. Bandshell, Riverside Park, ' Manlyn Dr., Guelph. 519·837·0276. Free. ' - 7:30: National Youth Orchestra of Canada. Works by Suppa, Pauk, Ravel, Dvorak, Tchaikovsky & Elga1' Simon Streatfeild, music director. Avon River Park, Stratford. 416·5324470. Thursday August 02 - 7:00: City of Brampton. Concert in the Park: The Other Trio. Gage Park, Wellington .St. West. 888·381·2726. Free_ Sunday August 05 - 7:00: Guelph Concert Band. !Jiverside · Park Summer Concert Series. Jazz at the Bandshell with Brent Rowan. Bandshell, Riverside Park, Marilyn Dr., Guelph. 519·837 · 0276. Free. Tuesday August 07 Thursday August 16 TBA. Bandshell, Riverside Park, Marilyn Dr., Guelph. 519·837·0276. Free. - 2:30: Sunshine Festival Theatre - 2:00 & 8:00: Kawartha Lakes Summer Company. Hank Williams & Patsy Cline. A Playhouse. A Funny Thing Happened On The Thursday August 23 musical tribute by Chris McHarge and Colin Way To The Forum. Musical comedy by Burt - 1 :00: Theatre Orangeville's Orange Stewart. Orillia Opera House, 17 A Mississaga Shevelove, Larry Gelbart, Stephen Sondheim. ~rove Youth Programs. Into the Woods. St. West, Orillia. 705·326·8011. ,. Academy Theatre, 2 Lindsay St. South, Music & lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. 87 For c~plete run see Music Theatre listings. Lindsay. 877-888·0038; 705·324·9111. Broadway, Orangeville. 800424· 1295, 519· Wednesday August 08 .50,.50. For complete run see Music 924·3423. . for complete run see Music Theatre lisiings. Theatre listings. - 8:00: Ganaraska Festival Theatre. West Side Story. Music by Bernstein; lyrics by Gage Park, & Sondheim. The Concert Hall at Victoria Hall, Welfington St. West. 888·381 ·2726. Free. Pipes & Drums. Gage Park, Wellington St. 55 King St. West, Cobourg. 905·372-2210. West. 888·381 ·2726. Free. Saturday Augllst 18 .50. For complete run see Music Theatre Wednesday August 29 - 7:00: Ci\y of Brampton. Concert in the Park: Brampton Folk Club. - 7:00: City of Brampton. Concert in the Park: Brampton Concert Band Lorne Scots listings. - 8:00: Theatre Orangeville. Moments To - 7:00: St. Lawrence Stage Company. Remember. Musical revue of the 30's, 40's You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown. Written Thursday August 09 and 50's. Voices of Showtime. 87 Broadway, by Charles Shultz and Charles Gesner; - 7:00: City of Brampton. Concert in the Orangeville. 800-424· 1295, 519·924·3423. directed by Adam Furfaro; Gilles Levac, Park: Pee/Regional Police Ceremonial Band. ,. For complete run see Music Theatre musical director; Michelle Carbery, Gage Park, Wellington St. West. 888-381 · listings. choreographer. Brockville Arts Centre, 235 2726. Free. • King St. West, Brockville. 877·342·7122, Sunday August 19 613·342·7122. ,.50. For complste Sunday August 12 · -1:30: CAMMAC/McMichael Gallery. run s~e Music The~tre listings. - 7:00: Guelph Concert Band. Riverside Sunday Concert: Marjorie Sparks, soprano in Thursday August 30 Park Summer Concert Series. Colin Clarke; Recital 10365 Islington, Kleinburg. 905·893· director. Bandshell, Riverside Park, Marilyn 1121. ,, (family), under 5 free. - 7:00: City of Brampton. Concert in the Dr., Guelph. 519·837·0276. Free. - 7:00: Guelph Concert Band. Riverside Park: Jazz Mechanics. Gage Park, Wellington Park Summer Concert Series. PerfQrmers St. West.-888·381·2726. Free. Friday September 28. 2001 Glenn Gould Studio Scott St. John-violin Aisslinn Nosky ·violin Max Mandel~viota · ) VIOLET ARCHER Four Duets . violin and cello VINCENT D'INDY · Trio in B flat, op.29 for clarinet, cello and piano W.A. MOZART , Quintet in A, K.581 . for clarinet and strings Friday March 8. 2002 Jbne Mallett Theatre Annalee Patlpatanakoon·vio/ln Marie Berard· violin Max Mandel· viola CHAN KANIN Three Movements for clarinet and piano MAX REGER Quintet In A, op. 146 for clarinet and strings DMITRI SHOSTAKOVICH Quintet in G minor, op. 57 for piano and strings , • Friday Januarf 25. 2002 · Jane Mallett Theatre Scott St. John-violin Marie Berard· violin Steven Dann-viola Joel Quarrington' ·bass James Sommerville- horn Kathleen Mclean ·bassoon . ANTON WEBERN Langsamer Satz for stri[lg quarlet RICHARD STRAUSS Till Eulenspiegel-Einmal Anders for violin, clarinet, horn, bassoon & bass FRANZ SCHUBERT Octet in F, D.803 for strings and winds , Friday May 3. 2002 Glenn Gould Studio Yehonatan Berick·vio/in John Rudolph-marimba IGOR STRAVINSKY L'Histoire du soldat for clarinet, violin and piano ELLIOTI CARTER Figment for solo cello MALCOLM FORSYTH Phantom Sketches ;or clarinet, violin and marimba ANTONIN DVORAK Trio in E minor, op. 90 (Dumky) for piano, violin and cello SPECIAL BONUS CONCERT: BETWEEN FRIENDS Amici perform with their new friends, the Hannaford Street Silver B~nd in a world premiere by Jeffrey Ryan. Also, exciting new music by Patrick Cardy, Chan Ka Nin, Edward Gregson .and R. Murray Schafer. Lakshmi Ranganathan returns to play with Amici, the colourful "Music of Veena" by Henry Kucharzyk Massey Hall New Music Festival: Tuesday November 20, 2001, 8 p.m. JULY 1, 2001 -AUGUST 31 »2001 wholenote 23

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