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Volume 7 Issue 1 - September 2001

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Lydia Adams, Conductor

Lydia Adams, Conductor 2001-2002 SUBSCRIPTION SERIES #1 -MYSTICAL VOICES II Friday, October 19, 2001, 8:00p.m. St. James' Cathedral, King & Church Streets ·· Special Guest Artists: Amadeus Chamber Choir; Daniel Taylor, counter tenor, Benjamin Butterfield, tenor; Russel Braun, baritone; Beverley Johnston, percussion. Includes a special performance of Everlasting Light - Christos Hatzis, dediaated to the memory of Dr. Elmer Iseler and Missa Papae Marcelli- Palestrina #2- NEW MUSIC., FESTIVAL Sunday, November 18, 2001, 8:00p.m. Massey Hall, Shuter & Victoria Streets Elmer lseler Singers join with the renowned chorus , ARS NOVA/ Denmark featuring Tremblay's monumental choral/orchestral masterpiece Vespers. Special Guest Conductor, Paul Hillier; Robert Cram, Flute In collaboration with Soundstreams Canada #3 .. HANDEI.:S MESSIAH Friday, December 7, 2001, 8:00 p.m. St. James' Cathedral, King & Church Streets Soloists: Leslie Fagan, soprano; Sandra Graham, alto; · Mark Dubois, tenor; Mark Pedrotti, bass. With Orchestra #4- INTERNATIONAL VOICES Wednesday, February 27, 2002, 8:00p.m. Metropolitan United Church, 56 Queen St. E. Special Guest Artists: Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir with Special Guest Conductor: Tonu Kaljuste. In collaboration with Soundstreams Canada ----------- ---~-- ---------- --· ·· - -- --------- ------ ---- - ----- - -------------- ------- -- ---- ---- -- --- ------------- -------- - -- - -- --------- --------------- ----- #5- VOICES IN CELEBRATION Monday, June 3, 2002, 8:00 p.m. St. James' Cathedral, King & Church Streets Special Guest Artists: Amabile Youth Singers; Musical Directors: John Barron and Brenda Zadorsky Featuring works by Holman, Daley, Luedeke, Dvorak. In cooperation with the Toronto International Choral Festival "Joy of Singing" Package #1: Full Series (all 5 concerts) -Adult 5 Student'Senior bo Package #2: Concerts 1, 3, & 5 - Adutt Student'Senior Package #3: Concerts 1 & 3 - Adult Student'Senior Package #4: Concerts 2 & 4 -Adult Student'Senior FOR INFORMATION & SUBSCRIPTIONS Call 416-217-0537 Monday to Friday 9- 5 pm 18 Whole note SEPTEMBER 1, 2001 - OCTOBER 7, 2001 ' ([atbebral lliluffs ~pmpbonp ~rcbestra :~ ~r:ri:o:u:t:~:i:~j~··sl~n~sc:~llroi.m:N·sgtRJt:l~s::f~:: ~=~=~=:=~=:=~=::::::~:;:::::: ···=·=·········=········:··=·=·=:=:=

SINFONIA TORONTO NURHAN ARMAN Music Director and Conductor Toronto's premier chamber orchestra! 2001-2002 season Six super Saturdays in Glenn Gould Studio MOZART EFFECT ANDKE IAPIANTE, pianist Oct 27 One of our time's greatest pianists, in a spirited Mozart Concerto that sparkles. with ot~er brilliant musical 1 gems in a mostly-Mozart setting BAROQUE HITS Nov 17 ETSUKO KIMUKA, violinist A picturesque journey through the Baroque from Biber's violent 'Battle' suite to the vivid tale of Don Quixote and the pure lines of a Bach concerto TRANSFORMED BY LOVE Gri~ Sibelius, Schoenberg Feb 9 All that's best said without words, captured in the soaring melodies of long Scandinavian nights and lush harmonies from pre-war Vienna HAYDN: STORM & STRESS Mar 2 Symphonies 44, 45 & 49 Jolly "Papa Haydn," but with the dark side too - the anguish and anger of the "sturm und drang" period, in music of amazing passion and power MAGICAL MINIATURES Mozart, Grant, Bach, Schubert Apr 6 A delightful assortment of tuneful treats in short movements, framed with favourites by two beloved Classical composers CHOPIN SPRING May 4 KOHEKT SILVEKMAN. piani~t A legendary Canadian pianist plays one of the best-loved concertos of all time, in a program that sings with intimate personal expression Save 25% with series tickets! Adults 0, Seniors 8, Students Until Sept. 15, contact Sinfonia Toronto at 416-499-0403 ' or www.sinfoniatoronto.com AfterSept.16, call Glenn Gould Studio, 416-205-5555 Box Office open 11 am-6 pm, Monday to Friday toront9a rtsf; ounci I -~ AM Conada TilE r;wm: AN)) MAIL SEPTEMBER 1, 2001 - O c TOBER 7, 2001 Wholenote 19

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