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Volume 6 Issue 3 - November 2000

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Q Music TORONTO presents -8:00: New Music Concerts/Music Gallery. -infoweaver. Interactive multi· media music theatre work by Allik & Mulder. Robert Gill Theatre, 214 College St. 416· 978· 7986. 20, . For complete run see Music Theatre listings. -8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Emanuel Ax, piano & Yo-Yo Ma, cello in Recital Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe. 593· 4828. to 0. FURTHER AFIELD, but within easy travelling distance of the GT Al: Thursday November 02 -2:00 & 8:00: MelodyMakers. Hitz of the Blitz. Variety styleshow featuring '40's songs. Heritage Theatre, 86 Main St. North, Brampton. 905-874-2800. . Saturday November 04 -8:00: Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra. Way Out West. Copland: Billy the Kid & Rodeo (excerpts); !]role: Grand Canyon Suite; medley of Western themes from television. David S.eldon, photographer; Michael Reason, conductor. Great Hall, Hamilton Place, 1 Summers Lane, Hamilton. 905-526-6556. ·, -1~ \ l~tl .. Sunday November 05 "11.,11'"' -7:30: Pop To Opera. Variety Concert. Canada's Three Tenors & two sopranos. Great Hall, Hamilton Place, 1 Summers Lane, Hamilton. 905-645-5000. -. Thursday November 09 -8:00: Sanderson Centre. Oon Williams. Country music. 88 Dalhousie St. Brantford. 1·800-265-0710. ,, (st/sr). Thursday November 16 -2:00 & 8:00: Sanderson Centre. Nuncrackers. The next chapter in the Nunsense series of musicals. 88 Dalhousie St. Brantford. 1-800-265-0710. ,, (st/sr). For complete run see . Music Theatre listings. Friday November 17 -8: 15: Te De um 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's Church Cathedral, 252 James St. North, Hamilton. 905-628·4533. ,(sr/st), (children under 12). Saturday November 18 -7:30: Oshawa-Durham Symphony Orchestra. A Salute to the United Kingdom. Elgar: Cello Concerto; March from The Bridge on the River Kwai;·some of Britain's greatest hits. Borislav Strulev, cello; Marco Parisotto, conductor. Salvation ArmyTemple, 570 Thornton Road North, Oshawa. 905-579-6711. ,(sr), ;1(st),(under 13), family rates. -8:00: Friends of Music. Catherine Robbin, mezzo & Oaniel lichti, baritone in Recital Songs of romantic love. Leslie De'eath, piano. Capitol Theatre, 20 Queen Street, Port Hope. 1·800-434-5092. . -8:00: Symphony Hamilton/Hamilton Philharmonic Youth Orchestra. Celebrating Youth. Mahler: Symphony 111; Mercadante: Flute Concerto in e; Chaminade: Concertina. Radha Subramanian "& Erika Broughton, flutes; James R. McKay, music director/conductor. Tivoli Theatre, 108 James St. North, Hamilton. 905-526· 6690. , (srlst), $ 5(under 12). Thursday November 23 -2:00 & 8:00: Sanderson Centre. Barrage. Fusion of alternative, worldbeat & traditional music. 88 Dalhousie St. Brantford. 1 ·800-265-0710. ,, (st/sr). - 8:00: Opera Ontario. Popera. Memorable operatic show-stoppers. Soloists; Opera Ontario Chorus; Kitchener-Waterloo Philharmonic Choir; Daniel Lipton, conductor. Great Hall, Hamilton Place, 1 Summers Lane, i·· · ···· · ··i\A··~ - -~··i·~······@······ci·~-t"~·t;·y · ·;··~·····················Ni··~--~·"i·~·····®·····i·~· · 1· ·~· "i" ·t·y····· ·· · ·· ···· : !,, · Join TrypTych Productions Every Sunday Evening@ 7 PM An Evening with Lenard Tenor Lenard Whiting and Pianist William Shookhoff pelform Broadway and Opera Favourites j As Music Director William Shookhaff j alorg with a variety of YOCGI artists jcumey Saturday, November 11, 2000 7.30PM : through musical theatT'e cl'ld opera 504 Church Street www.gatsbys:itgo.com Try,pTych Triiiity Presbyterian Church Productions 1he Wot So WELL Known Fo"r Wa(t WhitMan Son,gf RiUc e(i ed er Fra"entanz Ma#la,gonnv Son,gJ1>ie( with Orcheftra 1 >d ···.,·· •1: ~ -- '''. SatunJay,ft/r:N~ls,2.000 Co.Proera AnonvMoUf D I Starring! Wata(ie M>rais; Ho1>e W'l9htirl9a(e,j Maria kni9ffl', Maria 1#1ot1>"m ~ E.dwanl Franltvch.org · · u .. l> ·~ "' rt R -' Stage "irector:. T:> avef'l,..I> oav inlo8trv1>tvch.org v ~ I 1S (.Y.16) ¥-89-53.Y.9 f.dward Fraf)((o i :...................................................................................................................................................................... ~ ..........: 44 Wholenote NOVEMBER 1, 2000 - DECEMBER 7, 2000 Hamilton. 905-526-6556. -. For complete run see Music Theatre listings. 0 Friday November 24 -8:00: Sanderson Centre. Barrage. See November 23. Saturday November 25 -8:00: Durham Region Concert Association. Oonna Bennett, soprano & Brian Finley, piano in Recital Salvation Army :r emple, 570 Thornton Rd. North, Oshawa. 905-668-4085. ,. '....8:00: Heritage Theatre Brampton. Barrage in Concert. 86 Main St. North, Brampton. 905-874-2800. .50. Wednesday November 29 -12:30: University of Waterloo. Noon Hour Concert: Timothy Minthorn, piano in Recital Conrad Grebel Chapel. Wate-rloo. 519-885-0220. Free. Thursday November 30 -8:00: Saflderson Centre/St. Joseph's Hospital Foundation. Forever Plaid. Musical set in the 50's & 60's. In support of Hospice Care. 88 Dalhousie St. Brantford. 1· 800-265-0710. ,, 0(includes post-gala reception). Saturday December 02 -8:00: Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra. The Italian lyre. Vivaldi: The Fouf\Seasons; Adaskin: Serenade Concertante; Cherubini: Symphony in d. Jasper Wood, violin; Giuseppe Cataldo, conductor. Great Hall, Hamilton Place, l Summers Lane, Hamilton. 905-526-6556. -, -(sr/st). -8:00: Heritage Theatre Brampton. Irish Rovers. 86 Main St. North, Brampton. 905· 874-2800. . -8:00: Symphony Hamilton. Celebrating Handel's Messiah. Mohawk College Singers; Michael Jarvis & James R. McKay, conductors. Tivoli Theatre, 108 James St. North, Hamilton. 905-526-6690. , (sr/st), $ 5(under 12). Sunday December 03 -2:00: Lindsay Concert Foundation. Gryphon Trio. Music for violin, cello & piano. Frost Theatre, Sir Sandford Fleming College, Lindsay. 705-328-0587. ,. · -3:00: Oshawa-Durham Symphony Orchestra. Christmas Perennial Jewel· Messiah. Dragana Krstik, soprano; Steve Harland, tenor; bass TBA; Alice Yoo, piano; Durham Philharmonic Choir; Bob Phillips, director. Carruther's Creek Community Church, Bayly Street East, Ajax. 905-579· 6711. $ 22, (sr), (st), $ 5(under 13), family rates. Wednesday December 06 -7:00: Theatre Aquarius. Joseph & the Amazing Technicolour Oreamcoat. By Andrew Lloyd Webber & Tim Rice; Jeff Hyslop, choreographer. 190 King William Street, Hamilton. 905-522-7529. -,

$ T9-(~r/sl), (under 16). Fo'r complete run see Music Theatre listings. Thursday December 07 -8:00: Stuart Mclean. A Vinyl Cafe t;hristmas. Hamilton Place, 1 Summers Lane, Hamilton. 1-905-527-7666. HONOURABLE MENTION *November 7 & 8, 8:00: Simple Gifts. English & American.folksongs; classics from the copcert, operatic & mijsical theatre stages. Russell•Drago, bass-baritone; Melody McShane, piano. Rivoli, 334 Queen St. West. 416-658-7148. . •'•November 4 8:00: Centre francophone du Toronto metropolitain/Alliance Francaise. ;Jngelo Oebarre, gypsy guitar. Guests: Michel Donato, bass & Matcho Winterstein, acoustic guitar. Brigantiine Room, 235 Queens Quay West. 416-973- 4000. , . (See Concert Notes.) **November. 10 9:0,0: TRANZAC Club. Club Ojango Sextet of Toronto. 292 Brunswick. 4 i 0-3655. **November 11 8:00:·Millpond Centre. Steeped ln Tradition. Celtic band with Sandy Macintyre. 106 Vic~oria St. West, Alliston. 705-435-3092. . **November 14 7:30: Music Alive! McConnell: Divertimento for Strings (world premiere); Pepa: Mutations; works by Bartok, Maksimovic & Britten. Vladimir Orlov, cello; Canadian Sinfonietta. Cliffcrest United Church, 1 McCowan Rd. 416-261 -· 1857. ,. (See Concert Notes:) , **November 15 8:00: Yorkmil!ster Park Church. William Aide, piano in Recital 1585 Yonge St. 416-925-7312. Free. (See Concert Notes.) · **November 19 2:00: Canadian Music Competitions, Oakville-Mississauga ·Chapter. Catch A Rising Star .. .! Fund· raising concert. Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts, 130 Navy St. Oakville. 905-815-2021. ,. **November 21 8:00? Latin Music . Productions/Consul General.of Cuba. Victor Rodrigues, piano in Recital Music by Bach-Gounod, Haydn, Beethoven & Chopin. Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front St. West. 416-299-5496. (See Concert Notes.). **November 22 8:00?: Latin Music Productions/Consul General of Cuba. · Victor Rodrigues, piano in Recital. Ettore Mazzoleni Concert Hall, 273 Bloor St. West. . 416-299-5496. (See Concert Notes.) **November 23 8:00?: Latin Music Productions/Consul General of Cuba. Victor Rodrigues, piano in Recital Ettore Mazzolerii Concert Hall, 273 Bloor St. West. 416-299-5496. (See Concert Notes.) ••November 25 8:00: Millpond Centre. George Gallus Ouo. Virtuoso Hungarian jazz · pianist. 106 Victoria St. West, Alliston. 705- 435-3092. . ••November 25 7:30: Milton Choristers. Guests: Trillium Brass; Eden United Church Handbell Choir. G,ambrel Barn, Country I T 00 LATE TO LIST HONOURABLE MENTION, CONTINUED Mezzetta Restaurant Cafe, 681 St. Clair Ave, West. 416-658-5687. Cover . Wednesday Concerts in a Cafe: Sets at 9: 15 &. 10:30pm (reservations rec om· mended for 1st set): , ~November 8: Allen Merovitz & Friends (Yiddish/klezmer/jazz) •November 22: Tim Boyle Duo •December 6: Kye Marshall (jazz duo)" J"ryptych Productions. Gatsby's Restaurant & Dinner Theatre, 504 Church St. 416-925-4545. No cover. *Every Sunday in November at 7:30: Music at Gatsby's. Opera, light opera, jazz, blues & musidor the season. Marcia Bunston, soprano alterna_tes with Doug T ranquada,'baritone & Beatrice Carpino, mezzo soprano. Heritage Park. 905-876-3307. ,, children .under 12 free. **November 25 8:00: Toronto Youth Wind Orchestra. Glenn Gquld Studio, 250 Front St. West: 416-712-6582. ,. **December' 1 8:00: Toronto Youth Conc,ert Winds. Timothy Eaton Memorial Auditorium, 230 St. Clair West. 416-712· 6582. ,. **December 2 7:30: High Park Choirs of Toronto. Annual Christmas Concert. St. Anne's Church, 651Dufferin·St.416-762- 0657. ,. ' •*December 3 2.:·oo: High Parli Choirs of Toronto. Annual Christmas Concert. St. Anne's Church. See December 2. · ••December 3 2:00: Royal Conservatory of Music Alumni Association, Toronto Chapter. Kent Mc Williams, piano & Jerzy kaplanek, violin in Recital Ettore Mazzoleni Concert Hall, 273 Bloor St. West. 408-2824 . ext.321. •*December 3 7:00: Saint Thomas•s Choir. Advent Proce,ssion ~ · Solemn Evensong. 383 Huron. 416-979-2323. · freewill offering. ,• *December 3 8:00: Church of St. Martin·1n·The Fields. Advent Carol .Servic.e. 151 Glenlake Ave. 416-767-7491. Free (collection). ••erott Music Festival: ($ee ad page 19) Unless otherwise indicated, at Hamilton · Place, 1 Summer's Lane; Hamilton. 905· 525-7664: *November 7 9:30am & 11:30am: Animal Crackers! Education concert. .50. · •November 8 9:30am & 11 :30am: Animal Crackers! Education concert. .50. •November 16 8:00: Piano Marathon 1. "Arthur Ozolins, piano. ,. 6:30: Pre· concert lecture in the Meeting Room. $ 7. *November 17 8:00': Piano Marathon II. Arthur Ozolins, piano: $ l8,. 6:30: Pre· concert lect.ure in the Meeting Room. $ 7. *November 29 9:30am & 11:30a'm: Greaf'Composers: Brahms & Dvorak Education Concert. .50. •December 3 3:00: Best of Brass! High Tea. Sheraton Hamilton Hotel Ballroom, 143 King St. West, Hamilton: ,. *December 6 8:00: Kuerti Plays Brahms; $-18, . 6:30: Pre-concert lecture in the · Meeting Room. $ 7. INDEX OF PRESENTERS AND VENUES Please note: Numbers refer to dates, not WholeNote page numbers. ''D" before a number signifies December; and "FA" after a venue signifies that •·• • .1. the listing.is in "Further Afield" Of? page 44. Aboriginal Music uays 2000 17 . Ensemble Nair 8 Academy Concert Series 11 Esprit Orchestra 7, 25 Acoustic Harvest 11 Estonian House 3 " ACT 12 · 'Etobicoke Community C0ncert Band d 1 Air Canada Centre d6 Etobicoke Musical Productions 17 Aldeburgh Connection 10, 26, dB . Ettore Mazzoleni Concert Hall 4, 16,26, d•1-d4; d7 Alexander Singers & Players 8 Evergreen Club Contemporary Gamelan 6 All the King's Voices 25, d2 , Fairview Library Theatre d1, d7 Alliance I.or Canadian New Music Projects d3 First Unitarian Congregation d5 Amadeus Choir d3. Flying Cloud Folk Club 12, 19, 26, d3 American Musicological Society 2·4 Friends of Music (fa) 18 Amici Ensemble 24 Gallery one2one 17 · Aradia Ensemble d 1 Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art 1 Arbor Oak 18 Geordie McDonald 26 ARRAYMUSIC i George lgnatielf Theafre. 10 Art Gallery of Ontario 12, dB George Weston Recital Hall 5, 9, d3 , Arts & Letters Club 2B, 29 . Glen Hall d3 A:rtword Theatre 5, 12, 19, 26, d3 Glendon Gallery B Autobiomusics 19 Glendon Musical Ensemble 6 Autumn Leaf Perfor.mance d6 ' . Glenn Gould Studio t, 3, 5, 9, 10, 12, 16, Baroque Music Beside the Gran,ge 5 , 17, 19, 23, 24, 2B, 30, d1 Bell' Arte Singers 1.8 · Grace Church on-the-Hill d2 Bellefair United Church 18 Great Hall, .Hart House 26 'Betty Oliphant Theatre 25 Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra (fa) 4, d2 Birch Cliff United Church 11 Hamilton Philhannonic Youth Orchestra (fa) 18 Birchmount rark C.I. 18 Hamilton Place (fa) 4, 5: 23, d2, d7 ·. Bloor Street United Church 8, 11, 17 Hammerson Hall 1, 10, 17, 25, d2, d3 Burlington Civic Chorale 25 Hannaford Street Silver Band 7 Burnhamthorpe Auditorium l7 Harbourfront Centre 1, 5, 12, 19 Burton Auditorium, York University d1 · Hart House Chorus 26 Calvin Presbyterian Church 5, 12, 18, 1,9, 2B Hart House Music Committee 1, 5 Calyx Concerts d3 Heliconian Hall 4, 25 Canadian Music Competitions 29 Heritage Theatre Brampton (fa) 2, 25, d2 Cantabile Chorale of York R~gion d5 High Pa.rk Choirs of Toronto 18 · Cantores Celestes d2 Hilton 3, 4 · . Capitol Theatre, Port Hope (fa) 18 Humber Music Jazz Series 29 Carruther's Creek Community Church d3 Humbercrest United Church d3 Cathedral. Bluffs Symphony Orchestra d2 Hymn Society of North America d2 , CBC Radio Two 2, 5, 9, 16, 23, 30 lnterAccess Electronic Media Arts Centre 24 Celebrity .S~mphony Orchestra 25 lntrada Brass 18 Centuries Opera Association 22 Jane Mallett Theatre 9, 14, 24, 25, 28, d3, d7 Chinese Canadian Choir of Toronto 5 Jason Hammer 19 Christ Church 27.- John Bassett Theatre 25 Christ Church Deer Park 2, 5, 9, 16, John Kameel Farah 9 ·18, 23, 30, d2 John Workman Theatre 30 Christ's Church C~thedral , Hamilton (fa) 17 Jubilate Children's Chorus of Toronto d2 Church At Berkeley 12 Jubilate Singers d2 Church of the Holy Trinity 1, 5 Kammermusik Toronto d2 Church of the Redeemer d2 Kimbourne Park Church 25 ' Church of the Resurrection 11 Kiwanis C.lub of Casa Loma 6, d4 · Civic Light Opera Company d7 Kory Livingstone 25 Classic Jazz Society of Toronto 3 Lakeshore Auditorium 29 Community Christian Reformed Churcti d5 Leah Posluns Theatre 25 Composers' Orchestra 9 Leaside'Presbyterian Church 5 Composers' Quartet 9 · Leigha Lee Browne Theatre 15 Con.Tak! 23, d5 Les AMIS Concerts 17 · Concentus Arts J 1, 18, 25 Lindsay' Concert Foundation (fa) d3 · Concerts at St. George's d3 Living Arts Centre Mississauga 1, 10,' 17, Conrad Grebel Chapel, Waterloo (fa)29 18, 24, dl, d3 .: Co.nsort Caritatis 3, 11 Loretto Abbey d3 Contact Contemporary Music Ensemble d3 MacMillan Theatre 2, l1, 21, d2 Continuum 8 · . Markham Theatre for Performing Arts d3 Corey Gemmell & Maria Dolnycky 25 Massey Hall 2-4, d2, d4, dB, d7 Counterpoint Community Orchestra, 25 Massey Hall New Music Festival 5-11 Critical Mass.20 ' Mclaughlin Perfoimance Hall 1, 15, 22, Dave Clark 12 27, 29, d3, d4 Deer Park Church 4 · McMichael Canadian Collection 19 Deer Park Concerts 4 ,. Meadowvale Theatre 12, 24 Don Mills Centre.25 , MelodyMakers (fa) 2 , Dori Mills Organ Society 15 Metropolitan United Church 5, 26 1 Du Maurier Theatre Centre 1, 5, 11 Minkler Auditorium 26 · Puot'lntemporel 25 Mississauga Children's Choir 11, 25 Durham Re.gion Concert Association (ia) 25 Mississauga Guitar Society 25 Eastminster United Church 3, 11, 12, 24; d 1 Mississauga Music Education Foundation 9 Eden United Church 11 Mississauga Pops Concert Band 12 Edward Day Gallery d1 Mississauga Symphony Orchestra 18, 25 Elmer lseler Singers 6 •. 24 ' Montgomery's Inn d1 . · Ensemble Contemporairi de Montreal 11 Index continues NOVEMBER 1, 2000 - DECEMBER 7, 2000 Wholenote 45

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