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Volume 7 Issue 1 - September 2001

  • Text
  • September
  • Toronto
  • Sept
  • Theatre
  • Arts
  • October
  • Quartet
  • Jazz
  • Instruments
  • Orchestra

- CHAMBER TUESDAY,

- CHAMBER TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9/0 I - 8 PM Daniel Taylo'r, countertenor Members of Tafelmusik _ Jean ne Lamon, leader "The beauty of his voice will stop you in your tracks." (Gramophone) Hear one of today's most sought after countertenors, with members of Tafelmusik, performing works by George Frederic Handel. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21/02-8 PM Les Boreades de Montreal Founded in 1991, this period instrument ensemble performs repertoire of the 17th and 18th centuries. The program includes quartets and divertimenti by Haydn, Mozart, Sperger and Vanhal. FRIDAY, .APRIL 12/02-8 PM The Hilliard Ensemble .David James, countertenor Rogers Covey-Crump, tenor John Potter, tenor Gordon Jones, baritone One of the world's finest vocal quartets, The Hilliard Ensemble brings us "Revelations," a program of music from Latvia, Russia and the USA PIANO TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12!02 - 8 PM Janina Fialkowska, piano One of the leading pianists of her generation, celebrated for her masterful interpretations of the classical and romantic repertoire, performing Franz Liszt's Variations on Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen & Transcendental Etudes Nos. I- XII. TUESDAY, APRIL 2!02 - 8 PM Anton Kuerti, piano St. Lawrence String Quartet One of Canada's most insightful pianists joins the country's pre-eminent string quartet for a program of solo and chamber works, (ncluding Dvorak's Quintet for piano and strings in A major, Op 81. TUESDAY, APRIL 16/02 - 8 PM Angela Hewitt, piano Angela Hewitt's only Canadian recital this season will include two Bach tocatas and sonatas by Beethoven ("Pastorale'), Ravel (Sonatin~). and Schumann (Sonata No.1).

ENSEMBLE FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26/0 I - 8 PM Jacques Loussier Trio Jacques Loussier, piano Benoit Dunoyer de Segonzac, bass And re Arpino, percussion This French jazz trio has delighted fans with their recordings of Bach, Vivaldi, Satie and Ravel. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27/0 I - 8 PM Toronto Chamber Jazz Septet Bill Mays, V ern Dorge, John Johnson, Phi I Dwyer, P. J. Perry, Neil Swainson and Terry Clarke This pre-Christmas concert, entitled "The Nutcracker Suite"will also include works by Thelonius Monk and Ravel. Judy Loman, harp Toronto Children's Chorus Jean Ashworth Bartle, conducto·r A Christmas concert with the 65-member core of this world-famous choir accompanied by T.S.O. harpist Judy Loman, featuring pieces by John Rutter, Salzedo and Samuei-Rousseau. STUDIO JAZZ With host Katie Malloch FRIDAY, JANUARY 25/02 - 8 PM "The Sax Summit, with Seamus Blake, Phil Dwyer, Andre Leroux, Mike Murley, P. J. Perry. Campbell Ryga and Perry White all on sax, plus Mark Eisenman, piano, "'eil Swainson, bass and Terry Clarke, drums. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16/02 - 8 PM Jeri Brown, vocalist Kenny Werner, piano Don Thompson, bass and vibraphone An intimate evening of music-making, especially for CBC Radio's JazzBeat. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23/02 - 8 PM Renee Rosnes Quartet · Three-time Juno award-winning, Regina-born pianist Renee Rosnes returns to the Studio Jazz series with her quartet.

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