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Volume 6 Issue 3 - November 2000

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Janez Govednik,

Janez Govednik, conductor. York Woods · Public Library Theatre, 1785 Finch West. 416-225-4556. m.s7 . . · -8:00: Theatre Sheridan. City of Angels. , Book by Larry Gelbart; music by Cy 'Coleman; lyrics by David Zippel; Rod Maxwell, director. Sheridan College, 1430 Trafalgar Road, Oakville. 905·815-4049. (preview), For complete run see Music Theatre listings. -8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. . Mendelssohn: Overture to A Midsummer Night's Dream; Henze: Symphony #8 (Cdn. premiere); Rachmaninoff: Piano Concerto #3. Krystian Zimerman,' piano; Jukka- Pekka Saraste, conductor. 6:45: Pre­ Concert Chat: Jukka-Pekka Saraste & Gary Kulesha discuss Henze & his impact of contemporary classical m.usic. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe. 593·4828: to ; · Pre-concert Chat: or free with ticket to 8:00 performance. . -8:30: University of Toronto Faculty of · Music. Vocal Jazz Ensemble. Walter Hall,, 80.Queen's Park. 416-978-3744, , . Thursday November 16 -12:00 noon: CBC Radio Two: Music Around us. Stepan Arman; violin. Franck:, Sonata for viOlin & piano; music by Prokofiev & Gershwin. Francis Perron, piano; Keith Horner, host. Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front St. West. 205-5555., Free. . · 1 -12:10: St. Paul's Bloor Street. Noon Hour Recitat:'Peter Orme, organ. 227 Bloor St. East. 961-8116. Free. ·-12:30: Christ Church Deer Park. English -8:00: living Arts Centre Mississauga. -12.:00 noon: Royal Conse~~atory of Ayres. Paul Ayres, organ. 1570 Yonge St. Barrage. Fiddling music in Celtic, calypso. Music. lobby Concert. Informal concert 920:5211. Free (collection). country, klezmer & other styl~s. Hammerson · featuring RCM students of all ages & levels. : -8:00: Royal Conservatory of Music. Hall, 4141 Living Arts Drive. 905-306-6000. 273 Bloor St. West. 416-408-2824 ext.321. DUO: Margot Rydall flute & Ivan lilman, , . Free. · guitar in Recital. ~ach: Flute Sonata in e; de -8:00: Music Gallery. Barry Prophe_t. S.t. - 1 :30 & 3:30: Toronto Symphony Falla: Three Spanish Arias; Evans: Waltz for George the Martyr Church, 197 John St. Orchestra. Beethoven bives Upstairs. Debby; Moussorgsky: excerpts from 416-204-1080. , ·. · Excerpts from Beethoven: Piano Concerto . Picture~ at an Exhibition. Ettore Mazzoleni -8:00: illew Music Concerts. Winter #1 ; Symphony #6 Pastoral; Leonore . Concert Hall, 273 Bloor St. West. 408-2824 Diary. Radiophonic soundscape composition Overture #3; Symphony #9 Choral. Classical ext.321. , $!j. by R. ~urray Schafer in collaboratiOn with Kids; Patricia Krueger, piano; Emil Gay, -8;00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Claude Schryer. Gallery one2one, 326 1 . conductor. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe . Roy Thomson Hall. See November 15. Carlaliv Ave., Suite 121. 4i6-405-9996. 593-4828. . Free. -7:30: Concentus Arts. Choir of Bellefair Friday November 17 -8:00: St: Thom.as's Church. John Tuttle, United Church. Houdy: la Messe organ in Recital. Bach: Clavierilbung Part 3. quebecoise. Bellefair U.C., 2 Bellefair. Ave. -12:00 noon: Roy Thomson Hall 383 Huron St. 416-979.2323. , . 416-964-8293. . Volunteers. Bring Your Own lunch Concert. ~8:0'0: U of T Canadian Studies & -,-7:30: High Park Choirs of Toronto. A Performers from the Royal Conservator-y of Aborigin~I Studies/Aboriginal Music Choral Celebration. Amabile Boys.Choir, Musi.c _Gienn Gould Professional School: 60 • Days 2000. Unbroken Circle. Traditional & Bach Children's Chorus, Guelph Youth Simcoe. 593-4822 ext.363. Free. contemporary aboriginal music. _Sadie Buck, Singers, Mississauga Children's & Youth -8:00: Etobicoke Musical Productions. Eagle Heart Singers, Frank Anakw.ad Choirs, Ri.verdale Youth Singe·rs & other City of Angels. Text by Larry Gilbert; music Montano, Russell Wallace, Tim longboat & partici~at i ng choirs; Bob Chilcott, director. by Cy Coleman; .lyrics by David,Zippel. ' other performers. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's · NEW VENUE: St. John'.s Presby,terian Burnhamthorpe Auditorium, 500 The East Park. 978-3744. , . . Church, 415 Broadview Ave. 416-762- Mall. 416-248-0410. l, group rates. For -8:00: Via Salzburg. Vivaldi: Concerto :0657. .. · · , complete run see Music Theatre listings. . Grosso Op.3 #1 l;·Bach: Cantata #209; -7:30: lntrada Brass. Brass on the Big -8:00: Les AMIS Concerts. Canadian Marcello: Introduction, Aria & Presto; Screen. Music from the m9vies. Bram Sinfonietta. Bartok: Romanian Dances; Britten: Les Illuminations; Shostakovich: Gregson, conductor. Yorkminster Salvation McConnell: Divertimento for Strings (world String Quartet #8 for String Orchestra arr. Army, 1 lord Seaton Rd. 905-625-3293. premieref; Maksimovic: Pr~lude "a I' avant· Barshai. Karina Gauvin, soprano; Via , $ 8. · midi d'un faune" for flute & sirings Salzburg Chamber Orchestra;·Mayumi Seiler, -8:00: Arbor Oak. Classics of the French (Canadia.n premiere); Pepa: Mutations for' · artistic director. Glenn Gould Studio, 2.50 Baroque. Music by Marais, Couperin, cello & strings; Britten: Simple Symphony. Front St. W. 205·5555. , (sr), . Rameau & others. Washington McClain, Vladimir Orloff, cello; Amy Lin, flute; Tak-Ng · (st). · baroque oboe; Mary Cyr, viola da gamba; Lai, music director/conductor. Bloor Street Larry Beckwith, baroque violin; Stephanie United Church, 300 Bloor St. West. 905- Martin, harpsichord. 7:15: pre·concert chat. 773· ' 7712. .. ,istl~ Calvin Presbyterian Ch~rch , 26 Delisle Ave. • Les • ·AMIS Concerts 18th Season 2000-·2001 I ' Michael Pepa Artistic Director Friday, Nov~mber 17, 2000 8:00 pm Bloor Street United Church 300 Bloor St. W., T~ron.tq C A N ·a D I A N s· I N F 0 N I E T T A Tak-Ng Lai, Music Director and Conductor guest artists Vladimir Orloff, Violqncello · AmyLin, Flute · November 18, 2000 Misa ,Criolla Ariel Ramirez_ Missa: Our Lady of the Snows Stephen· Hatfield B. Bartok: Romanian Dances · P. McConnell: Divertimento for Strings - World Premiere R. Maksimovic: l?relude "a l'av;;int~midi d'un faune" (1994) Canadan Premi_ere For Flute and Strings ' M. Pepa: MUTATIONS (1977}- OAC commission · F0or 'Cello and Strings B. Britten: Simple Symphony Adults: .00 Students: .00 ) 36 'wholenote NOVEMBER 1, 2000 - DECEMBER 7, 2000

778-4923. ,. -8:00: Bell' Arte Singers. liturgy & liberation. Hatfield: Hard Shoulder (commission & premiere); Missa: Our Lady of the Snows; African Celebration~ Ramirez: Misa Criolla. Guests: Rodrigo Chavez & Cassava Latin Rhythms; Lee Willingham, conductor. St. Anne's Church, 270 . Gladstone. 699-5879. ,, group rates. -8:00: Mississauga Symphony Orchestra. Pop! goes the Concerto. Chopin: Concerto No. 1 in e for Piano and Orchestra; Tchaikovsky: Violin Concerto; Rossini: Overture to L'ltaliana in Algeri. Elain~ Hou, piano; Susanne Hou, violin; John Barnum, conductor.Royal Bank Theatre, 4141 Living Arts Drive, Mississauga. 905-306-6000. ,. -8:00: Music at St. John's. Music In Times of Conflict ·-Richard Strauss & Kurt Weill Strauss: Sonata for Violin & Piano & other music; music by Weill. Denise Williams, lyric coloratura soprano; Arkady Yanivker, violin; Amanda Johnston, piano. St. John's Church, 228 Humberside Ave. 416·763- 2393. ,, (child). -8:00: Music Gallery. Barry Prophet. St. George the Martyr Church. See November 17. . Sunday November 19 -1 :30: McMichael Canadian Collection. Tino Popovic Chamber Group. 10365 Islington, Kleinburg. 905-893-1121. ,, (family), under 5 free. -2:00: Calvin Presbyterian Church. Sunday Afternoon Recital· Sonatas Ancient & Modern. Ager: new work & other music. Mary-Katherine (Finch) Engel, cello; Andrew Ager, piano. 26 Delisle Ave. 923-9030. Free (donations accepted). -2:00: Harbourfront Centre. Danielle French. 235 Queens Quay West. 416-973· 4000. Free. -2:00: Visual & Performing Arts 1 Newmarket. Mark DuBois, tenor in Concert. Newmarket Theatre, 505 Pickering Gres., Newmarket. 905-953-5122. 20,. 2783. . -8:00: Myrna Levine Productions. Yiddish Concert. Songs in Yiddish & English. Theresa Tova, vocals; Mark Eisenman, piano; Waletzky Trio: Joshua Waletzky, composer/piano; Deborah Strauss, violin; Je~f Wauschauer, guitar/mandolin; other performers. Toronto Centre for the Performing Arts, 5040 Yonge St. 870-8000. to . Monday November 20 -1.2: 10: Critical Mass. Issac: Missa Magnae Oeus. Michele de Boer, soprano; Kelly Baxter, alto; Larry Beckwith, tenor; John Pepper, bass; Christopher Adler, cantor. St. Paul's Bloor Street, 227 Bloor St. East...416-778-4923. Admission by don~tiA!l (. suggested). Proceeds to Out of the Cold program. -8:00: Music Gallery. Bourne, Hong, Kiik & Rindone/Farah & Sacks. Theatre Passe Muraille, 16 ~yerson. 41'6·204· 1080." . -8:00: Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts. Jesse Cook, jazz guitar. See Novembe.r 9. · Tuesday November 21 -1 :00: St. James' Cathedral. lunch Hours at St. James'.· Fiona Wilkinson, flute; Michael Bloss, organ. 65 Church St. 364· 7865. Free. -2:30: University of Toronto Opera Dept. Opera Tea: Liszt Goes to the Opera. Opera & tea on the theatre stage. William Aide, piano; studen)s of the Opera School. MacMillan Theatre, 80 Queen's Park. 416· 978-3744. . -8:30: University of Toronto Faculty of Mus.ic. A Night of Vocal Jazz Solos. Walter ~ ! I I • • • • ' • ' ! ' ' • • -12:30: York University Dept. of Music. York University Concert Choir. Albert Greer, conductor. Mclaughlin Performance Hall, 050 Mclaughlin College, 4 700 Keele St. 736-5186. Free.· - f 2:30: Yorkminster Park Church. Noonday Recital Michael Bloss, organ. 15~5 Yonge St. 922-1167. Free. -7:00: Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra. A Baroque Celebration. Telemann: Tragicomic Suite; Vivaldi: Concerto for 2 Trumpets; Bach: new transcription of a double concerto. John Thiessen, Norman Engel, trumpets; Jeanne Lamon, Linda Melsted, violins. Trinity-St. Paul's Church, 427 Bloor St. W. 964-6337. -,·(st/sr). -8:00: Centuries Opera Association. Apprentice Program. Toronto Centre for the Performing Arts, 5040 Yonge St. 870-8000. . . -8:00: Music Gallery. Maury Coles . Ouartet. NOW Lounge, 189 Church St. 4~ 6· 204-1080. .. -8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Mozart: Piano Concerto #20; Bruckner: Symphony #9. Hel~ne Grimaud, piano; Jukka·Pekka Saraste, conductor. 6:45: Pre· Concert Chat: Peter Tiefenbach explores the structure of Bruckner's 9th Symphony from the keyboard. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 -8:00: Scarborough Philhar~onic. A Musical Tribute to the 2U' Century. From ragtime to disco, popular music from the beginning of the past century to the present. John McNab, soloist; Howard Cable, principal Pops conductor. Birchmount Park C.1., 3663 Danforth Ave. 416-261-0380. ,(sr),(st). -8:15: Te Oeum Singers. Great Churches & Cathedrals. Ireland: Greater Love hath no man; Britten: Festival Te Deum & Jubilate Deo; Howells: Like as the Hart; Willan: Behold the Tabernacle of God; works by Finzi, Sumsion, Weaver & Tippett. Nancy DeVries, organ; Richard Birney-Smith, conductor. 8:00: Pre-concert Chat from the Stage. Christ Church Deer Park, 1570 Yonge St. 905-628-4533. ,(sr/st), (children under 12). -8:30: Living Arts Centre Mississauga. Marc Jordan, singer/songwriter. Royal Bank Theatre, 4141 Living Arts Drive, Mississauga. 905-306-6000. ,.50. -2:30: Sinfonia Toronto. Music from Italy. Vivaldi: The Four Seasons; Corelli: Sarabande, Gigue and Badinerie; Tchaikowsky: Souvenir de Florence. Erika Raum, violin; Nurhan Arman, conductor. Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front St. W. 205· 5555. ,,. . -3:00: Autobiomusics. Gentle Echoes. Kasemets: Space Time Memory Echoes; Vertical Music in remembrance of Morton Feldman; Feldman: Piano Three Hands Only; Piano Four Hands. Linda C. Smith, piano/ speaker; Richard Sacks, percussion; Susan Layard, speaker/singer; Udo Kasemets, piano. Seeley Hall, Trinity College, 6 Hoskin Ave. 416-929-5849. Free, -4:00: Music at St. Anne's. Riverdale Ensemble. Ellen Meyer, piano; Daniel Kushner, violin/viola; Stephen Fox, clarinet. ~owen : Phantasy for viola & piano; Guastavino: Sonata forclarinet & piano; Gal: Trio for violin, clarinet & piano. St. Anne's· Church, 270 Gladstone Ave. 416-465-7443. Donation (suggested $ 5 minimum). -8:00: Flying Cloud Folk Club. Mike Seeger, strings/vocals. TRANZAC, 292 Brunswick. 416·410-3655. - 8:00: Jason Hammer. The Systematic Preservation of Chance. Interactive multimedia performance. Colin Fisher, Glen Hall, Jason Hammer, Geordie McDonald, musicians; Diane Chapitis, dancer with theremin & others; Eugene Martynec, host. Artword Theatre, 75 Portland St. 416-408· The High Park Choirs of Toronto present A Festival Concert with BOB CHILCOTT Saturday November 18, 2000 7:30 pm St. John's Presbyterian Church 415 Broadview Avenue (1 blk N of Gerrard) . I Wheelchair accessible. Concert will be signed for the hearing impaired. ... a choral .celebration featuringAIJO chDrist(31"$ • Amabile Boys' Ctlbir · (CatoFBeynoll, Kenfleet) • Bach Children's Chorus (Linda Beaupre) • Guelph Youth Singers · . (~inda Beaupre) • High Park Choirs (Ann CooPer Gay, Errol Gay) • Mississauga Children's Choir (Tom Bell) · • Riverdale Youth Singers {Mark Bell) St. -Mary's Children's Choir> (Eilee1Batdwin} Tickets (available at the door) Info: '1-H> ro2 • 0657 Festival Concert : SI0.00 Massed Rehearsal u,:u, 17@ 7 30prn & Nov 18 @2prn) & Festival Concert ... ... S'15.00 Concert, Rehearsal & one workshop S20.00 NOVEMBER 1, 2000 - DECEMBER 7, 2000 Wholenote 37

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