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Volume 6 Issue 6 - March 2001

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TORONTO DIOCESAN BOY'S CHOIR CAMP: "Summersing" 65 Church Street, Toronto, ON MSC 2E9 Phone: 416-364· 7865 Fax: 416-364-0295 E-mail: Website: Program Location: Camp Couchiching Program dates: August 19-25 Age of participants: boys 8-13. Level: all Application deadline: first come, first served Fees: 5 Residential Other activities offered: Outdoor TORONTO DIOCESAN CHOIR SCHOOL FOR GIRLS c/o Tony Browning, 51 Harrison Ave, Aurora, ON L4G 1E2 . Phone:905-727-9009 Fax: 905-727-7680 E-mail: Camp location: Claremont Conservation Field Centre, Claremont ON Program dates: Aµgust 12-26 Application deadline: July 1 Age of participants: 7 to 18 Level: various Fees:0 Residential Other activities: sports, crafts, drama . The goal is to rehearse and perform as wide a spectrum of music for the Anglican liturgy as possible. The program is a balance between rehearsals and non-mucical activities. Non-Anglicans are welcome, although pelformances take place within the context of Anglican services. Only a willingness to sing is ' required. VOCAL ART FORUM SUMMER COURSES AND OPERA PROJECT recreation facilities second to none Phone: 416-876-5859 Training in the Anglican tradition Program location: Downtown Toronto for boys aged 8 to 13 in a fun and Program dates: May-June for Courses stimitlating outdoor setting. Christo- May-Sept. for Opera Project: pher Dpwes, Musical Director. . Auditions by arrangement · Application deadline: April 27 Age of participants: Adult Level: all levels for courses; · Intermediate and Advanced for Opera Project Fees: Courses: 5 (6 training sessions and a final perfo.rmance); Opera Project: 0-0 Non-residential Courses include audition arias, staged excerpts froni Don Giovanni, andLiedbyFranz Schubert. The Opera Project starts '(Vith training sessions in May, has a summer intensive phase (according to the availability of participants), and gives fully staged pelform- - ances, with orchestra, of Francesco . Cavalli 's La Calisto in September. ffiidSurilm~tt music Gloria Saarinen, B.Mus. ,..L.R.S.M., A.R.A.M. -Artistic Directof . August 20-26, 2001 - 10:00 a.m. -5:00 p.m. Tuition 0.00 At The RCM in Mississauga, Adamson Estate on the shores of Lake Ontario SUMMER DAY-CAMP* BACH AND BEYOND* PRACTICE TIME* INDIVIDUAL AND ENSEMBLE COACHINGS* TOP-OF-THE-LINE PERFORMER/TEACHERS* COMPOSITION*IMPROV* JAZZ* PERFORMANCE* ALL INSTRUMENTS*RECORDIN

Comprehensive Concert Listings, Mar 1 to April 7 Thursday March 01 ·· 12:00 noon: CBC Radio. Music Around Us: Roberta Janzen, cello. Music by Faure, Boulanger, Debussy & Ravel. Erika" Raum, violin; Peter Longworth, piano. Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front St. West. 416-205-5555. Free. ·· 12: 10: St. Paul's Bloor Street. Noon Hour·Reoital: Donald Frazer, organ. 227 Bloor St. East.' 416·961·8116. Free. ·· 12: 10: University of Toronto Faculty of' Music. Music and Poetry. Poems by ·Dylan Thomas; Hawkins: Nightsong; Poulenc: Le Travail du Peintre. Matthew Leigh, baritone; John Hawkins, piano/conductor; instrumen· tal ensemble; Eric Domville, commentator. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park. 416-978· 3744. Free. ·· 6:45: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. . Evening Overtures. Pinchas Zukerman performs chamber music with musicians from the TSO. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe. 416-593-4828. or free with ticket to 8:00 performance. ·· 8:00: Music Toronto. Miro Ouartet. . Mozart: Quartet in D, K. 575; Chan: Quartet ,#3 (1998); Beethoven: Quartet in C Op.59 #3 Hero. Jane Mallett Theatre, 27 Front St. East. 416-366· 7723. ,,(st). ·· 8:00: Toronto Symphony"Orchestra. Mozart: Sonata for Violin & Piano in B flat; Shostakovich: Piano Concerto #1; Schumann: Symphony #2. Andrew Burashko, piano; Andrew McCandless, trumpet; Pinchas Zukerman, conductor/ violin. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe. 416· 593-4828. to . Friday March 02 Readers please note: plans change; & we make mistakes! Please use the phone numbers provided to call ahead. For full music theatre listings, see pages 23-24. For "Too late to list" and ;'Further afield" see pages 36-38. narrator. Eastminster United Church, 310 Danforth Ave. 416·461-6681. ,, $ 5(children under 12). ·· 8:00: University of Toronto Faculty of Music. Voices, Harps and Drums. Klein: Harmonic Symphonies of Celestial Revelation; Paolo e Francesca, scenes for violin and harp after D'ante; The Jabberwock, in Ogden Nash's Dining Room. Erica Goodman & Sanya Eng, harps; Monica Whicher, soprano; J.oel Katz, bass; University Women's Chorus; Gary Kulesha & Doreen Rao, conductors & other performers. The Chapel, Victqria University, 91 Charles St. West. 416·978-3744. Free. ·· 8:30: Living Arts Centre Mississauga. Gordie Sampson, guitar, songwriter & vocalist. Royal Bank Theatre, 4141 'Living Arts Drive, Mississauga. 905·306·6000. ,.50. Saturday March 03 ·· 2:00: Living Arts Centre Mississauga. Gordie Tapp & The Voices of Showtime. Popular music, dance & story telling. Hammerson Hall, 4141 Living Arts Drive, Mississauga. 905-306-6000. to . ·· 7:30: Toronto Children's Chorus. · Children Helping Children. Chan: Carla's Poems; Hatfield: African Celebration; Halley: Freedom Trilogy; music of Rachmaninoff, L.Boulanger & Larsen. George Weston Recital Hall, 5040 Yonge St. 416·733·9388. ,. ·· 8:00: Bell' Arte Singers. Orff: Carmina ( Burana. Sharla Nafziger, soprano; Darryl Edwards, tenor; Doug MacNaughton, baritone; Popov & Vona, duo pianists; Ian Sadler, organ; orchestral ensemble; Lee Willingham, music _director. St. Paul's Bloor Street, 227 Bloor St. East. 416·699-5879. ,. ·· 8:00: Cathedral Bluffs Symphony Orchestra. Willan: Overture to an Unwritten Comedy; Bach: Concerto for Two Violins; Mozart: Jupiter Symphony; Mussorgsky: Pictures at an Exhibition. Robert Raines, conductor . .Stephen Leacock Collegiate Institute, 2450 Birchmount Rd. 416-879· · 5566. , , children under 12 free. ·· 8:00: Classic Jazz Society of Toronto. Some like It Hot. 5-piece all-female jazzband. Estonian House, 958 Broadview Ave. 416· 777-9235. (nonmembers), (mem· bers), (students with ID). · ·· 8:00: Counterpoint Community Orchestra. Rossini: Introduction, Theme & Variations for Clarinet & Orchestra; Overture & Aria from Italian Girl in Algiers; Vivaldi: Double Violin Concerto; Schubert: Unfinished Symphony. Peter Stoll, clarinet; Paul Willis & Galina Bugaeva, violins; Terry Kowalczuk, conductor. Betty Oliphant Theatre, 404 Jarvis St. 416-925-9872 ext.2066. (advance), (door). ·· 8:00: Deer Park Concerts: Organ Recital· The legacy of Bach. Works by C.P:E.Bach, Krebs, Kittel, Mozart, Rheinberger and others. William Wright, organ. 129 St. Clair Ave. West. 416-481·2979. ,. ·· 8:00: Harbourfront Centre. Diego Marulanda, composer/bandleader/vocalist. s·panish & indigenous sounds of Colombia's Andean mountains. du ·Maurier Theatre Centre, 231 Queens Quay West. 416-973· 4000. ,. ·· 8:00: Mississauga Symphony Orchestra. Bountiful Brahms. Brahms: Symphony No. 1; Sullivan: Concerto for Cello and Orchestr~; Fleming: Ballet Introduction. Simon Fryer, cello; John Barnum, conductor. Hammerson Hall, 4141 Living Arts Drive, Mississauga. 905-306·6000. ,. ·· 8:00: Music at St. John's. Oiseaux Exotiques. New works by Bird & Dobinsan: David Bird & Michael Dobinson, composer/ performance duo. St. John's Church, 288 Humberside Ave. 416-763-2393. ,, (child). ·· 8:00: North York Singers. A Winter's Break. Gary Heard, artistic director. Willowdale United Church, 349 Kenneth Ave. 905-893·9626. , . ·· 8:00: Oakville Centre for the Perform· ing Arts. J.P. Cormier & Gordie Sampson, singers/songwriters. 130 Navy Street, Oakville. 905·815·2021. .99. ·· 8:00: Orchestra Toronto. Revueltas: Night of the Mayas; Brahms: Symphony #1 inc Op.68, Douglas Sanford, conductor. Leah Posluns Theatre, 4588 Bathurst St. 416· 467-7142. ,. ·· 8:00: Oriana Singers. Canadian Exposure. Bolden: Easter Antiphon; Hall: Today J. Danced with Angelfish; music ·by Adams, Willan, Daley, Raminsh, Watson Henderson & others. William Brown, conductor; Claire Preston, accompanist. Grace Church on-the· Hill, 300 Lonsdale Rd. 416-742-7006. , (sr),.50(st). ·· 8:00: Sinfonia Toronto. Old World, New· World. Mozart: Divertimento K 138; Hovhaness: Violin Concerto; MacDonald: • ·· 12:00 noon: Ro.y Thomson Hall Volunteers. Bring Your Own lunch Concert: Students from U of T Faculty of Music. 60 Simcoe. 416-593-4822 ext.363. Free. •· 8:00: Amici Ensemble. Bach: Trio Sonata in C, BWV 01037 for two violins & continua; Clarke: Prelude, Allegro and Pastorale for viola & clarinet; Cardy: iango! for violin, clarinet & piano; Steinhardt: Tango for violin & piano; Grusin: Tango de Pare Central for violin, cello & piano. Brahms: Piano Quartet irl g Op.25 for piano & strings. ·Arnold Steinhardt & Scott St. John, violins; Patricia Parr, piano; Joaquin Valdepeiias, clarinet; David Hetherington, cello. Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front St. W. 416-654-0899. ,(sr),(st). ·· 8:00: Les AMIS Concerts. Sarl}h Frost, piano. Bach: Partita #6 in D; Prokofiev: Sonata #7; Schumann: Fantasie Dp.16 in C; Archer: Sonatina #3. Heliconian Hall, 35 Hazelton Ave. 905·773-7712. ,(st). ·· 8:00: Music Umbrella Chamber Concerts/Toronto Win.d Orchestra. Music · on the Wilder Side_. Wilder: Octets; Koprowski: Dream People; Rimsky· Korsakov: Capriccio Espagnol arr. for winds, strings & piano. Toronto Wind Orchestra; Mark Hopkins, conductor; guest soloist & Allan Monk in·concert ·· Canadian and Metropolitan Star Baritone .. • • Only Toronto Appearance This Season!!!!! ". August 1_1, 2001 at The Stone Church •............• •......•......................•.....•• e s t e p h e n • s n d h e I m .. • w r k s h 0 p August 11 27, 2001 • \• Auditions: April 23 and 24, 2 0 0 1 Please call(416) 763-5066 or email Faculty Edward Franko Lenard Wnltlng William Shookhoff Masterclasses • . Allan Monk, Pedro Guevara~Mann, Anita Bostok and others • •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• • MARCH 1, 2001 - APRIL 7, 2001 wholenote 25

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