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Volume 7 Issue 7 - April 2002

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original score by Roger Scannura; Vaferia Scannura, artistic director/choreographer. Winchester St. Theatre, 80 Winchester. 416· 870-8000. . For complete run see music theatre listings. - 8:00: Royal Conservatory of Music. Dedicated to the Memory of Dr. Samuel J. Dolin. Dolin: Symphony No.4; A Rhapsody for Orchestra; Mahler: Symphony No.5. Royal Conservatory Orchestra; Simon Streatfeild, conductor. Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front St. West. 416-205-5555. ,. Friday April 19 - 8:00: Mississauga Symphony Orchestra. Peter's Vibes. Farnon: world premiere. Peter Appleyard, vibraphone. Hammers on Hall, Living Arts· Centre, 4141 Living Arts Drive. 905-306-6000. ,. - 8:00: New Adventures in Sound Art. Deep Wireless: A Celebration of Radio Art: Radio in Concert. Electroacoustic concert presented in a radio format featuring live & . recorded sound. Works by Parmegiani, Harrison, Bartley & Cage. Theatre Passe Muraille Backspace, 16 Ryerson Ave. 416· 504. 7529. . - 8:00: Opera Anonymous; Three One Act Operas in English. Menotti: The T_elephone (directed by Ed Franko, music director Bill Shookhoff); Bar~b: La Pizza con Funghi (Mushroom Pizza) (directed by Nina Scott­ Stoddart. music director Ross Carey); Vaughan Williams: Riders to the Sea . CONCERT LISTINGS - GTA (directed by David Mosey, music director Yulia Levin). Amber Bishop, Stephen King, Alexa Wing, Erin Bardua, Nina Scott· Stoddart & other performers. The Theatre Centre, Dovercourt south of Queen. 416-923- 4236. ,. For complete run see music theatre listings. - 8:00: Scarborough Gilbert & Sullivan Society. Ruddigore. David & Mary Thomson Collegiate, 2740 Lawrence Ave. East. 416-267-5411 . ,. For complete run see music theatre listings. - 8:00: Sine Nomine. Music of Medieval Iberia. Andrea Budgey & Randall Rosenfeld, artistic directors. St. Thomas's Church, 383 Huron St. 416-638-9445. ,. - 8:00: St. James' Cathedral. 'To Thee My Country"· Last Night of the Proms 2002. Gant: Hymn for'the Golden Jubilee; music by Parry & Handel; Canadian folk songs & sacred music. Cathedral Choral Society; Men and Boys of St. James' Cathedral Choir; guests: Band of the Royal Regiment of Canada. 65 Church St. 416· 364,7865. ,. - 8:00: Toronto Centre for the Arts. Antje Weithaas, violin. Schubert: Rondo Brilliant in b D.895; Prokofiev: Sonata No.1 in f Op.BO; Beethoven: Sonata Op.47 Kreutzer. Gerald Fauth, piano. George Weston Recital Hall, 5040 Yonge St. 416-870-8000. · . - 8:00: Toronto Operetta Theatre. Gilbert & Sullivan: The Pirates of Penzance. Jane Archibald, Fred Love, Alexander Dobson, Vicki St. Pierre, performers; TOT Music Ensemble and Chorus; Guillermo Silva­ Marin, stage director. Jane Mallett Theatre, 27 Front St. East. 416-366-7723. -. For complete run see Music Theatre listings. - 8:30: Hugh's Room. Bobby Watt CD Release Concert. 2261 Dundas West. 416- 531-6604. Saturday April 20 - 12:00 noon: Royal Conser,vatory of Music. Lobby Concert. Informal c.oncert featuring RCM students of all ages and levels. 273 Bloor St. West. 416-408-2824 ext.321.Free. - 7:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Massey Hall. See.April 17. - 7:30: Royal Conservatory of M.usic. Young Artist Series: Chamber Music Extravaganza' 2. Ettore Mazzoleni Concert Hall, 273 Bloor St. We~t. 416-408-2824 x321. ,. - 8:00: Acoustic.Harvest Folk Club. Scarlett, Washington & Whiteley. Folk, blues & swing. Birch Cliff United Church, 33 East Rd . .416·264-2235. , sliding scale ,, available. - 8:00: Canto[es Celestes. Hands Across the Border. Berkey: Cantate 2000 (Canadian premiere); music by Canadian & American composers. Guests:· Ellen Meyer, piano; . Jurgen Petrenko, keyboard; Bob Weir, double bass; Andy Morris,. percussion & other performers; Kelly Galbraith, conductor. Runnymede United Church, 432 Runnymede. 416-236-1522. . Donation will be made to Chef School for Teens with Developmental Disabili_ties. - 8:00: Duo l'lntemporel. Music by mostly sine nominc €'lnscmb~e for Medieval Music Music of Medieval Iberia Friday, April 19, 8 p.m. . I Saint Thomafs Anglican Church, 383 Huron St. Tickets $i2 / students and seniors Information and.reservations: 416-638-9445 The Brandenburg Concertos Hosted by Veronica Tennant Saturday, April 6 8 PM Ha~merson Hall Tickets: / Sinfonia Mississauga performs all s_ix Brandenburg Concertos in one spectacular concert! Peter's Vibes .1~ ·-v.;~ ~ ,......,,...~-. A Tribute to Robert Farnan M EDI A SPO N SO R Peter Appleyard with . Guest Conductor Skitch Henderson Friday, April 19 8 PM Hammerson Hall Tickets: / The world's greatest vibraphonist, brings us "Peter's Vibes". American Rhapsody Saturday, May 11 8 PM Hammerson Hall Tickets: / George Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue, Aaron Copland's brass feature, A Fanfare for the Common Man and Rodeo, Peck's Upward Stream, Samuel Barber's Adagio for Strings .. Dt10 14'111le1111lorel Mylene Guay - baroque flute David Sandall -.harpsichord Music Mostly by German Masters Saturday April 20 8:00pm Trinity College Chapel 6 Hoskin A venue, Toronto TTC Museum tickets: / info and reservations: 416-657-0076 or A pr~ I 1 -- M ay 7 2002

German composers. Mylene Guay, baroque flute; David Sandall, harpsichord. Trinity College Chapel. 6 Hoskin. 416·657·0076. ,. - 8:00: Music at St. John's. Onyx Wind Ouintet. Katherine Anderson, flute; Stephen Koshurba, oboe;~Susan Strunc, clarinet; Lake Porter, horn; Graham Martin, bassoon. St. John's Church; 288 Humberside Ave. 416·763·2393. ,, lchild). - 8:00:.Toronto Wind Orchestra. American. Made. Guest conductor: Colonel Timothy Foley. Church of the Redeemer, 162 Bloor St. West.416·698·7098. ,. - 8:00: Yorkminstrels. Anne of Green Gables. Elizabeth Beeler, director; Ori Siegel, musical director; Sandy Lindsay, Bill Bowen, Sarah Angus & other performers. Leah Posluns Theatre, 4588 Bathurst St. 416·291-0600. , ~19{sr), 1youth), group rates. For complete run see music theatre listings. · - 8:30: Living Arts Centre. Casually Jazz · Susie Arioli. Swing. Food & beverages; THE YORKMINSTRELS present . the heart-warming, family musical ANNE OF GREEN GABLES Co-Written by DONALD HARRON and NORMAN CAMPBELL Additional Lyrics by MAVOR MOORE and ELAINE CAMPBELL April 20, 25*, 26, 27 at 8 p.m. April 21 ·and 28* at 2 p.m. _ ·;~ASL int~rpre.ting services for these performances ~ Leah Posluns Theatre 4588 Bathurst Street (Lot~ or Free Parking) , (senior), (student) Box Office: 416-291-0600 or visit: . Saturday, April 20 8:30 p.m. Royal Bank Theatre /.50 Doors open at 7:30 p.m. A diva of swing, Arioli combines sweet accents, suave rhythms and a velvet voice with pre-war tunes, and delivers them -all ·. with a delicious swing flavour. · Thursdily, May 16 8 p.01. Hamnierson Hall //.50 Internatfonally acclaimed singer ::ind pi;i. , Welsman not only has a dynam:k stage: presence, she has created a style all;hef ranging from sineWy sensuousness fo " · infectiously energetic. MEDIA PA~TNER CONCERT LISTINGS - GTA doors open at 7:30. Royal Bank Theatre, 4141 Living Arts Drive, Mississauga. 905· 306-6000. ,.50. Sunday April 21 -11:30am &2:30: The Children's Trio. The Happy Prince. Written by Leslie Arden. Musical adaptation of the Oscar Wilde story. For ages 6 and up. The Studio, Lorraine Kimsa Theatre for Young People, 165 Front St. 416-862·2222. . For comolete run see ,liAToronto U Wind Orchestra TWO Season Finale Dr. Denise Grant Guest Conductor Gregson - Celebrations Stravinsky - Circus Polka Casterede - Divertissement d'ete Grantham - Bum's Rush Persichetti - Chorale Preludes April 20, at 8 pm Church of the Redeemer 162 Bloor St. W. info: 416-698-7098 Music Theatre listings. - 1 :30: CAMMAC/McMichael Gallery. Sunday Concert: Eddy Graf Ouartet. Jazz. 10365 Islington, Kleinburg. 905-893-1121. ,, family rates. - 2:00: Calvin Presbyterian Church. Operetta Highlights. Allison Lynn, voice; William Shookhoff, piano. 26 Delisle Ave. 416·923·9030. Free. - 2:00: Royal Ontario Museum/Columbus Centre. Verdi: II Trovatore. Concert version. Giuseppe Macina, director. 100 Queen's Park. 416-586-8000. Free with museum admission: , lsr/st), lages 5-14), children 4 &. under free. - 2:00: Scarborough Community Concert Band. Musicals, Marches, and More. Concert to welcome spring. Thomas Dowling, conductor. St. Dunstan of Canterbury Church, 56 Lawson Rd. 416·282· 7973. ,. ..:. 2:00: Toronto Children's Chorus. International Conductors' Concert. Music of Holst. Rutter, Willcocks, Freedman, Glick. TCC Training Choir Ill; Central Children's Choir of Ottawa; Judy Loman, harp; Sir David Willcocks; delegates from the 7th International Choral Conductors' Symposium. St. James Cathedral, 65 Church St. 416-932-8666 ex.111 : -, ·1sr/st). - 2:30: Royal Conservatory of Music. Young Artist Series: Opera Extravaganza. Ettore Mazzoleni Concert Hall, 273 Bloor St. West. 416-408-2824 x321. ,. Toronto Children's Chorus J EAN ASHWORTH BARTLE, C.M, O.Ont. Foundcr/ !llus>c D irector Exceptional artistry created by exceptional children! INTERNATIONAL CONDUCTORS' CONCERT TORONTO CHILDREN'S CHO,RUS SIR DAVID WlllCOCKS, g11est co11d11dor CENTRAL CHILDREN'S CHOIR OF OTIAWA ll;\RIL\R;\ CL.\RK, C.~L, artistifdimlor Works hy I' ERG OJ .I cSl, ELG,\R, HO! Sr, WIJ .I.COCKS & HXi'FlEl .D · faat111i11g the premiere of Willcocks' PS,\J ;\I SUN., APRIL 21, 2:00 at ST. JAMES CATHEDRAL EIGHTY BALLOONS FOR HARRY FREEDMAN! TCC & TRAINING CHOIRS LESLIE FAGAN, soprano CATHERINE ROBBIN, meZZf!·sopn1110 SUSAN HOEPPN ER,j7111e Feal111i11g the world prcmi'crc of Freedman's AQS:\QNIQ, his KEEW;\ YDIN & RHYMES FRml THE NURSERY SAT., MAY 4, 7:30 at GEORGE WESTON RECITAL HALL AUDITIONS ARE ON! TAKING PLACE NOW THROUGH JUNE 2002 FOR THE TCC'S 2002-2003 SEASON MUSIC. FRI ENDSHIP & FUN ... Children should be cnrcring grade one or ~nd cr fourteen years of age. Enrhusia:m1 & a music-1) car arc the ingredients we look for! COME, SJNG WITH US ... YOU'LL LOVE IT! ca11416 932-8666, ext. 111 www. toro ntoch i Id ren sch or us. com 31

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