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Volume 7 Issue 5 - February 2002

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24 FACULTY f).~ M\ UNIVERSITY OP TORONTO ~OOJ1 £.tJOOL, w u LL / · LJ.._ 0 x 0 co HELMUTH RILLING MASTER CLASS February l, 12:10 pm. Walter Hall. Free. Renowned Bach specialist and Grammy award-winning conductor presents an exclusive master class for student conductors. featuring the Elmer lseler Singers · and MacMiiian Singers In-Haydn's Creation NEW MUSIC FESTIVAL February 5-l 0. Various limes and venues. Free. The annual festival celebrates the works of emerging student composers and their mentots In conc~rts and a symposium. With special guests Jean-Guy Boisvert (clarinet) and Teruka Nishikawa (piano). For more information call 416-978-3744. W.IND ENSEMBLE & CONCERT BAND February 9, 8 pm. MacMillan Theatre . seniors/students Denise Grant and Jeffrey Reynolds. conductors. Student concerto winners perform Weber Clarinet Concertlno. Mllhaud Concerto for Percussion. Also feafurlng works by Janacek. Vaughan Williams and others. LUDGER LOHMANN Februarv 12, 8 pm. Knox College Chapel. . ·seniors/students Rupert Edwards Organ Recital Series Leading authority In early music performance practice. Mr. Lohmann Is widely acclaimed as a recitalist. teacher and recording .artist. Works by Froberger. Scheidt. Muffat and.Buxtehude. , CELEPRATE IN HIGH VOICE February l 5, 8 pm. MacMillan Theatre. . seniors/ students · University Women's Chorus joins forces with Syracuse University Women's Chorus 1r\ the Canadian premiere of Henrik Hofmeyer's Tu Pauperum Refug/um and other choral classics. UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO CHAMBER ORCHESTRA February l 6, 8 pm. Walter Hall. . seniors/students Kevin Mallon conducts Mozart Adagio and Fugue. . Beethoven Symphony No. l and Mendelssohn .Plano Concerto. with student soloist T,lffany Butt. ST. LAWRENCE STRING QUARTET March l, 8 pm. Waller Hall. . O seniors/students Faculty Artist Series "Arguably the finest New World ensemble since the Emerson" (New York Times). the St. Lawrence Canada's most electrlcfying string quartet returns to U of T for an unforgettable evening of chamber music. MAHLER SIXTH SYMPHONY March 2, 8 pm. MacMillan Theatre. . seniors/ students University of Toronto Symphony Orchestra & Montreal Conservatory of Music Orchestra Raffl Armenian. conductor. Opera Anonymous. Britten: The Rape of Lucretia. In concert. Nina Scott-Stoddart, · Lenard Whiting, Ross Darlington, Karen Olinyk, performers; Brahm Goldhamer, accompanist. February 13 & 15: 8:00. Church of the Holy Trinity, 10 Trinity Square. 416· 923-4236. . Opera in Concert. Verdi· Nabucco. Susan Eyton-Jones, Lauren Segal, Marc Boucher, Joel Katz, Stephen Harland; performers; Opera in Concert Chorus, Robert Cooper, director; Raisa Nakhmanovich, music director and pianist. 1 :45: Pre-concert chat with lain Scott. Feb 3: .2:30. Jane Mallett Theatre, 27 Front St. East. 416-366-7723. ,. Opera Mississauga. Puccini· Tosca. Maria Dragoni, soprano; Dwight Bennett, conductor. February 23,26,28, March 2: 8:00. Hammerson Hall, Living Arts Centre, 4141 Living Arts Centre Drive. 905-306-6000. · , -(sr/st). Opera Ontario. Mozart· The Marriage of Figaro. Andrew Tees, Jennie Such, David Bedard, Odette Beaupre, Michelle Sutton, Russell Braun, Michel Corbeil, Laura Whalen, Robert Milne, Sinead Pratschke, performers; Carlo Palleschi, conductor. Feb 2: 8:00 at Hamilton Place, 1 Summers Lane; Feb 8: 8:00 at The Centre in the Square, Kitchener. 800· 575-1381. Scarborough Music Theatre. She Loves Me. Music by Jerry Bock; lyrics by Sheldon Harnick; book by Joe Masteroff. February 7 · 9,14-16,21·23: 8:00; Feb 10,17: 2:00. Scarborough Village Theatre, 3600 Kingston Rd. 416-396-4049. ,. Song Circle. Wagner: Die Walkiire Act I. Keith Boldt, Janet tf arach, Joel Katz, performers; Brahm Goldhamer, artistic director. February 10: 2:00. Arts and Letters Club, 14 Elm St. 416-422-1489. ,. St. Anne's Music and Drama Society. Gilbert & Sullivan: Princess Ida. Laura Schatz, dire~tor; Ori Siegel, music director. Feb. 1,2: 8:00: Feb. 2: 2:00. St. Anne's Parish Hall, 651 Dufferin St. 416-922-4415. ,. . ' Theatre Sheridan. Catch a Rising Star. Song . & dance revue featuring work developed from students' self-directed projects. Rod Maxwell & Music Theatre faculty, directors. Feb 6·9, 13-16, 20-23: 8:00. Mainstage, Sheridan College, 1430 Trafalgar Rd. Oakville. 905· 815-4049. (Fri/Sat), (Wed/Thurs), (st/sr on Wed/T~urs), (preview). Toronto Opera Repertoire. Puccini· Tosca. Giuseppe Macina, director. February 15,20,23, March 1 : 8:00; February J.7' & March 3: 2:00. Bickford Centre Theatre, 777 Bloor St. West. 416-698-9572. ,. Toronto Opera Repertoire. Strauss.' Die Fledermaus. Giuseppe Macina, director. February 13, 16,22,27, March 2: 8:00; February 24: 2:00. Bickford Centre Theatre, 777 Bloor St. West. 416-698-9572. ,. T ll1lllE ~ Theatre.ZilM1BdJ8{HB. Ciiil 11aEt1i!, ' fBrB1EI. rnEi:cie:lirinl Jir&.llll! M*tt 11Bl1n!, 27 Fnrit St. fa 416Z3. . Tranzac Nomads Acting Group. Robin Hood · The Pantomime. Costumes, scenery, songs & dance. Feb 7-9, 14· 16. Thurs-Sat 8:00; Sat 1:00. 292 Brunswick. 416-391-4692. . Matinee proceeds to the Children's Wish Foundation. Trip Ty ch Productions. Offenbach: The Tales of Hoffmann. Workshop production. Edward Franko, stage director; William Shookhoff, music director; Lenard Whiting, chorus director; Ross Darlington, Danijel Varga, Heather Shaw & other performers. March 2,3,4 & 5: 8:00. Victoria-Royce Church, 190 Medland. 416· 763-5066. ,. UC Follies. Meredith Willson: The Music Man. Feb 2, 7-9. Thurs-Sat: 8:00; Sat matinees: 2:00. Hart House Theatre, 7 Hart House Circle. 416-978-8668. ,.' Wist End Studio Th11trs. Shaffer.· Amadeus. Feb 14-16, 20-23: 8:00; Feb 17: 2:00. Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts, 130 Navy St., Oakville. 905·815·2021. $.19. Co:-.:nxr L1sn:-.:c;s Comprehensive Concert Listings Readers please note: presenters' plans change; & we make mistakes! Please always use the phone numbers provided to call ahead. For Jazz club listings, see pages 18-19. For full music theatre and opera listings, see above. For events "further afield" (just outside the GTA) see pages 40-41. And for a handy alphabetical list of presenters and venues, see page 41. 416-777-9235. (member), (non· Friday February 01 member). - - 8:00: Glenn Gould Professional School. • - 7:30: York University Department of Music. lmprov Soiree. Student improv ensembles. Casey Sokol, director. Senior Common Room, 021 Winters College, 4700 Keele St. 416· 736-5186. Free. Royal Conservatory Orchestra. Behrens: Landmarks; Dvorak: Cello Concerto; Stravinsky: Petrouchka. Blair Lofgren, cello; Rennie Regehr, conductor. Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front St. West.' 416-205-5555. - 8:00: Classic Jazz Society. Phil Mason's ,. ' New Oiieans Alf.Stars with Christine Tyrrell, vocals. Phil Mason, cornet; Martin Bennett, trombone/vocals; Roger Myerscough, clarinet/ sax; Ron McKay, drums/vocals & other performers. Estonian House, 958 Broadview. - 8:00: Royal Conservatory of Music Community School. (nstrumental Conducting Class Recital Ettore Mazzoleni Concert Hall, 273 Bloor St. West. 41 B'408· 2824 ext.321. ,. Fe ruary 1 -- Marc 7 2002

- 8:00: Toronto Consort. lands of Ice and Fire· Tales of the Norse. Traditional music of Norway, Sweden, Finland and Iceland. Guests: Ben Grossman & Katherine Hill; Peter Tiefenbach, story· teller. T rinity·St. Paul's Church, 427 Bloor St. West. 416-964-6337. -; ·(sr/st). - 8:30: Hugh's Room. Trevor Mills, Eve Goldberg, Evalyn Parry. 2261 . Dundas West. 416-531-6604. . Saturday February 02 - 12:00 noon: Royal Conservatory of Music Community School. lobby Concert. Informal concert featuring RCM students of all ages & levels. 273 Bloor St. West. 416· 408-2824 ext.321. Free. - 7:00: Children's Art Institute. Fundraising Solldarity Concert for Orphan Children of the South of Peru. Beethoven: Trio for Winds Op.87; Serenade Op.8 in D for String Trio; Rachmaninoff: Trio Elegiaque Op.9 for string trio; music for piano by Chopin, Haydn & Rachmaninoff. Taffanpl Wind Ensemble; Irene Wong, piano; Classique String Trio; Lai-Kats-Weber Trio. Eastminster United Church, 310 Danforth Ave. 416-413· 9497. . - 7:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Haydn: The Creation. Donna Brown,'soprano; James Taylor, tenor; Eric Owens, baritone; University of Toronto MacMillan Singers; Elmer lseler Singers; Helmuth Rilling, con~uctor. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe. 416-5934828. -. - 7:30: Downsview Symphony Orchestra. The Celebration of the Golden Jubilee of Her Majesty Oueen Elizabeth fl Guests: Governor General's Horse Guards Band; Governor General's Foot Guards Band; Tor onto Scottish Regiment; Margarete von Adamic & Susan Marchetti, vocal soloists; Henry Shannon, Master of Ceremonies. Burton Auditorium, York University, 4700 Keele.St. 416410· 4164. ,(sr/children); (door). - 7:30: The Forget-Me-Nots. Evening of Classical Music. Blue Danube Club, 1686 Ellesmere Rd. 416· 290-6186. Donations accepted. 0:-ICERT - 8:00: Bob Bossin, singer/songwriter. An Evening with Bob Bassin. First Unitarian Congregation of Toronto, 175 St. Clair West. 416-924-9654. ,. - 8:00: Classic Jazz Society. Phil Mason's New Orleans All.Stars with Christine Tyrrell, vocals. Estonian House. See February 1. - 8:00: Earshot. Overtones: New Music for Saxophone Ouartet. Music by Chan, Denning, Good, Grella·Mozejko, Hines, Sherlock & Leung. Romina DiGasbarro, soprano; Sky People Saxophone Quartet. St. George-the· Martyr Church, 197 John. 416-204· 1080. ,, (Cheapseats). - 8:00: Mississauga Guitar Society. Arek Sawzdargo, guitar in Recital St. Thomas a Becket Church, 3535 South Common Court, Mississauga. 905-821-2396. . - 8:00: Mississauga Symphony Orchestra. Cheek to Cheek in Vienna. Music by J.Strauss, Lehar & Von Suppl!. Ted Baerg, Nellie Scholtes, alto A Valentine Bouquet Robert Stewart, baritone, Claire Preston, piano (SJC) Cantata: lch Habe Genung, J.S. Bach Peter Mahon, countertenor Christopher Dawes,-organ (SJC) Meditation on Christ's Passion (Barrie Cab.ena) Quirino di Giulio,(St. Peter's Anglican, Toronto) Masters ofthe Italian Renaissance ISTl:\GS baritone; Irena Welhasch Baerg, soprano; John Barnum, conductor. Hammerson Hall, Living Arts Centre, 4141 Living Arts Drive. 905-306-6000. ,. - 8:00: Scarborough Philhannonic. Heartstrings. Grella-Mojezko: Credo; Barber: Violin Concerto Op.14; Tchaikovsky: Symphony #6 in b Path!ftique. Erika Raum, violin; Jerome David Summers, conductor. Birchmount Park Collegiate Institute, 3663 Danforth Ave. 416-261-0380. , (sr),{st). - 8:00: Toronto Consort. lands al Ice and ' Fire • Tales of the Norse. Trinity-St. Paul's Church. See Feb. 1. - 8:00: UC Follies. Meredith Willson: The Music Man. Hart H'ouse Theatre, 7 Hart House Circle. 416-978-8668. ,. For c~lete run see Music Theatre listings. - 8:30: Hugh's Room. Wendell Ferguson. 2261 Dundas West. 416-531-6604. O(advance), (door). Sunday February 03 - 1 :00 & 3:30: Oakville Centre for the -- - -·--------·--·--· Cheek to Cheek in Vienna Fire and Ice Saturday, February 2 8 PM Saturday, March 23 8 PM Hammerson Hall · Hammerson Hall Guest Artists: Theodore Baerg & Guest Artists: Jacques Israelivitch Irena Welhasch Baerg Ludwig von Beethoven An evening of Symphony No. 5 and Jean music by Johann Sibelius Violin Concerto . . Strauss, Franz Tickets: 1 Lehar and their Guest Artist Sponsor Concert sponsored by contemporaries. 0 ~~~~, HITACHI Tickets: 1 . Concert sponsored by ROTARY CLUBS OF MISSISSAUGA & MISSISSAUGA WEST Schubertiade Sun., Feb. 24 2:30 PM Royal Bank Theatre Peggy McGuire and Friends in an intimate setting for an aftern9on of chamber music in an a/I-Schubert program featuring his famous Trout Quintet. Tickets: • February 1 -- March 7 2002 www 25

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