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Volume 6 Issue 3 - November 2000

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t t t Member .profiles 2000, continued I DEER PARK CONCERTS ETOBICOKE MUSICAL and 1993 International Choral· • DU0 l'INTEMPOREL 3oy; Blandford Street fonlnto, ON , M6E 3A 7 I f ' ·Phone: !4161657-0076 Cont~ct: David Sandal, Mylene Guay For ovi!r ;en years, baroque flauti~t Mylerte Guay and harpsichordist · David. Sandall have ventured into ~e music of the late 17th to late "I 8th centuries exploring the rich 'repertoire composed for flute and . haipsichord/continuo. · Du,o L'Intem-porel present programs I. . . . that both challenge and move its \isteners. Our 2000/2001 season ' begins Saturday; N ove111ber 25 with music by .T.S .. Bach, Antonio Vivaldi, Michel Blavet and some . keyboard sonatas by Domenico Scarlatti, all performed in the intimate acoustics ofKimboume ' Park United Church. Watch for our advertisements here in Wholenote. EXULTATE CHA¥BER SINGERS Operations Manager: Kelly Baxter'Golding. P.hone: (416) 410-3929 Fax: (416) 979-0261 emajl: website: Winners of the Canada Council's Healey Willan grand prize in the 2000 CBC Competition for Amateur, Choi~s, the· Ex~ltate C!iamber Singers come together every Tuesday evening in the pursuit of musical excellence with their , founder, John Tuttle. Since 1981, the choir has been packaging imaginative programs for subscription series that has attracted dedicated following. The Exultate Chamber ' Singers have inade several guest appearances, including the 1989 . 24 Whole note OCTOBER 1, ' 2000 - NOVEMBER 7; 2000 Artistic Director: William Wright PRODUCTIONS Festivals, three Guelph Spring '129 St. Clair Avenue West P.O. Box 12510, 415 The Westway, Festivals and Festival of the Toronto, ON M4V 1N5 ~tobicoke, Ontario, M9R4C7 Sound. This season the choir ·Phone: (416) 962-3381 (416) 924-7773. presents its fifth noon-hour conc~rt Qeer ,-Park Concerts was founded in 1970 to celebrate and Etobicoke Musieal Productions, a at Roy Thomson H;all. 2000/2001 Season feature the new Casavant mechanical-action . non-profit corporation formed in All performances at St. Thomas' s organ in.Deer 1965, is a proud partic;ipant in the Church, 383 Huron St., Toronto at Park United Church, a gift of the Arts Etobicoke President's i.egacy 8 pm. · late Charles Rathgeb. Music Di- · Schol 1 arship Fund Program. Using - October 27, 2000, The'Hunprofessional rector William Wright demonstrated and volunteer artists dred Years $core, featuring . the wide variety of literature we stage 8 performances twice a Canadian premiere of Alice Suitable for organ at a dedi­ y'ear. This fall we present City of Pa.rker's An American Kedusfla. cation service. Organist Marie­ · Angels by Larry Gilbert, with · - December 15, 2000, Global Claire Alain played the first recital music by Cy Coleman and lyrics by Good Tidings and many prominent organ­ David Zippe!. Thi~ musical is a - February 23, 2001, Durufle ists from Europe aHCl the United film hoir trip back to seedy Holly- Requiem with guest conductor States followed. Sil!ce then an · wood and into the realm of 1940's Wayne Riddell · · annual concert series continues; · detective movies. Performances - May 11 1 2001, The Prima featuring guest and local organizations plus the church's excep­ Dec. 1 &. i. In 2001, we present with guests Mary Lou Fallis and will run November 17-19, 24-26,. Donna's Choral Adventure tional

with Cecilia Bartoli on the west coast. American fiddle virtuoso Mark O'Connor will appear in solo recital at these same venues on March 5 and 6 respectively. Mark's fiddle has graced over 1,000 records in the la:st 25 years - he is a genuine "Musician's Musician". His recent tours and CDs with Edgar Meyer and Yo Yo Ma have· taken audiences worldwide by storm. THE 'MILLENNIUM YOUTH ORCHESTRA (TMYO) ' Music Director: Gabriel Friedman Address: P.O.Box 156, 9325 Yonge St. Richmond Hill, Ont. L4C DAB Fax: (905) 770-1198 E-mail: Website: www proyouthorchestra Young music;ians. from throughout York Region and the GTA have come together to form four performing ensembles: Professional, Senior, Intermediate and Junior. Program includes sym.: phonic and chamber music, with selections from operas, operettas, musicals and popular music. TMYO Professiqnal and Senior ensembles aspire to the highest artistic standards. Membership in these ensembles is an honor accorded only to those who have demonstrated proficiency on their instrument. Selected musi- · cians from TMYO Professional are offered to coach young musicians from the Intermediate and Junior ensembles. Remuneration is granted to qualified members. Prospective members of TMYO Professional, Senior and Intermediate ensembles must audition, and will be placed acco~ding to their 'skill level. No auditions are required for TMYO Junior ensemble. Recognition is given to music teachers who inform, ·inspire and encou.rage their students to join TMYO. Musicians can apply by sending biography or letter of interest via fax,. e-mail or mail. MISSISSAUGA CHILDREN'S CHOIR Musical Director: Thomas Bell Administrator: Kathy Brisley Address: P.O. Box41047.4141 Dixie Rd Mississauga, ON L4W 4X9 Phone: 905-624-9704 Email: Website: wwwtoronto.comlE/G/TORON/0020113/07 The Mississauga Children's Choir performs a varied repertoire ofclassieal and contemporary children's choral music. Over 90 members, aged 7 to 18 are divided into two choruses. MCC enjoys an established relationship with Opera Mississauga, the Mississauga Symphony and the City of Mississauga. Mayor Hazel McCallion is the choir's Honorary Patron. Principal performances take place in Mississauga's Living Arts Centre, with community concerts throughc out the GTA. The Mississauga Children's Choir regularly competes in music festivals with distinction. This year the choir attained national semifinalist in the prestigious CBC choral competition for amateur choirs. The choir also won its category in · the Peel Music Festival. The MCC has commissioned many works from Canada's foremost composers, including Nancy Tel~er, Eric Robertson and Srul Irving Glick. Engagements during the 2000/'l season include Carmen with Opera Mississauga, the premiere of a newly-commissioned work by Bob Chilcott, and a recording project in preparation for a major tour. thie skye consort traditional celtic melodies matthew white - countertenor presents Cardey-Burt Duo · "After the Harvest" Saturday, November 25, 2000 at 8 pm St. Thomas a Becket Anglican Church 3535 South Common Court, Mississauga Warren Nicholson, Guitarist with flautist Linda Henderson Worl_

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