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Volume 8 Issue 1 - September 2002

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  • Toronto
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30 FACULTY 'l~ ~\ UNIVERSITY . OF TORONTO · A SEASON OF · DISCOVERY new ideas I new sounds I new talents I new experiences What's New in 2002-2003 3 new series - Wednesday Discovery, Celebrations!, Sundays at the Bader "My Package" option - .create your own subscription series of 3 or more concerts from a select list of 15. Over 120 events, from small jazz ensembles to orchestras and choirs to fully-staged opera. Guest Artists Marilyn Horne voice John R. Stratton Visiting Artist Claude and Pamela Frank piano and violin Wilma and Clifford Smith Visitors in Music Dame Gillian Weirorgan . Rupert Edwards Organ Visitor Mario Davidovsky compo,sition Roger D. Moore Visitor in Composition Frea Hersch jazz piano Student Ensembles U of T Symphony Orchestra U of T Chamber Ensemble MacMillan Singers University Women's Chorus Master Chorale Wind Ensemble and Concert Band 10 O'Clock & 11 O'Clock Jazz Orchestras ' Vocal Jazz Ensemble Contemporary Music Ensemble Early Music Ensemble Guitar Orchestra Percussion Ensemble World Music Ensembles To receive a copy of our season brochure call 416-978-37 44 Comprehensive Concert Listings Readers please note: presenters' plans change; strikes happen; & we make mistakes! Please always use the phone numbers provided to call ahead. For Jazz club listings, see pages 40. For full music theatre and opera listings, see page 40. For events "further afield" (just outside the GTA) see page 38. Sunday September 01 ,- 3:00: Toronto Music Garden/Ashkenaz: A festival of New Yiddish Culture. Soles on Fire: Khevrisa. Klelmer music & dance. Michael Alpert, dance master; Steven Greenman, violin; W. Zev Feldman, cirrbal; Stuart Brotman, bass. 4 75 Queens Quay West. 416-973-3000. Free. - 4:30: Ashkenaz: A Festival ot' New Yiddish Culture. Cracow Klezmer Band. Performance of live score to Jewish Luck on violin, accordion, clarinet, percussion & double bass. Studio Theatre, York Quay Centre, 235 Queens Quay West. 4·16-9734000. . - 6:00: Ashkenaz: A Festival of New Yiddish Culture. Di Naye Kapelye. Music from Hungary & Romania. Bob Cohen, violin} mandolin} flute/vocals; Antal Fekete, kontra fiddle; Yankl Falk, clarinet/vocals; Ferenc Pribojszki, cinbalom; Gyula Kozma, bass/koboz. Ann Tindal Stage, 235 Yark Quay Centre, 235 Queens Quay West. 416-973- 3000. - 8:00: Ashkenaz: A Festival of New Yiddi~h Culture. Under the Canopy of Heaven: A Traditiqna/Jewish Weddir!]. Khevrisa: Steven Greenman, violin; Walter Zev Feldman, cimbal; Michael Alpert, sekund violin/vocals; Stuart Brotman, bass. Brigantine Room, Yark Quay Centre, 235 Queens Quay West. 416-973-3000. - 9:30: Ashkenaz: A Festival of New Yiddish Culture. Flying Bu/gar Klezmer Band. Original music based on traditional Y'Jddish sourds. Oavid Buchbinder, trtJ111l9t; Daniel Barnes, drums; Victor Bateman, bass; Marilyn Lerner, piano; Bob Steven5on, clarinets; Dave Wall, vocals/percussion. Harbourfront Centre Concert Stage, York Quay Centre, 235 Queens Quay Wes!. 416-973-3000. tk l(e/(/ LUNCH at St. Ja,mes' corner Kihg & C t FREETU~$DA 1:0Qpm 1st Tuesday each tnonth: Last Tuesday ~ach m • 10 Septem~er English SaFre Gibbons, Byr~, P The Choir ofiffo Cambridge, qr, • 17 Septemier VIERNE: ,, • 24 Septe WHITLOC ~~. • 1 October t, REGER,BAC,H: Matthew Larkin, 'f~ (St. James' Cathed \ (416)3,ti stjamescath dral.on.ca Monday September 02 - 2:00: Ashkenaz: A Festival of New Yiddish Culture. Cracow Klezrner Band. · Jaroslaw Bester, acconf1011/arranger; Jaroslaw T yrala, vioin; Oleg Dyyak, accordion/clarinet/ percussion; Wojciech Front, double bass. Harbourfront Centre Concert Stage, 235 Queens Quay West. 416-973-3000. - 3:30: Ashkenaz: A Festival of New Yiddish i:ulture/T oronto Jewish Folk Choir. Gebirtig:Der zinger fun noit (The Singer of Misfortune). Dramatized musical montage with narrators on the life, music & lyrics of Mordecai Gebirtig. Lakeside Terrace, York-DUay Centre, 235 Queens Quay West. 416-973-3000. - 4:30: Ashkenaz: A Festival of New Yiddish Culture. Anthony Coleman, piano. Perfonnance of 6ve score to Jewish Luck. Studio 'Theatre, York Quay Centre, 235 Queens Quay West. 416-9734000. . - 5:00: Ashkenaz: A Festival of New Yiddish Culture. Klezmer en Buenos Aires. Elements from Argentinean folk, jazz. conte1T110farv music & tango. Cesar Lerner, piano/ accordion; Marcelo Moguilevsky, clarinet/flute. Lakeside Terrace, York Quay Centre, 235 Queens Quay West. 416-9,734000. . - 5:30: Ashkenaz: A Festival of New Yiddish Culture. Shurum Burum. Buchbinder: Piece derived from Shostakovich: Violin Concerto #1 Op.77; diverse compositions performed by 8 musicians, circus perfonners/clowns & audience. Brigantine Room, York Quay Centre, 235 Queens Quay West. 416-973-3000. - 6:30: Ashkenaz: A Festival of New Yiddish Culture/Toronto Jewish folk Choir. Bames:'oos Naye lid (A New Song) (world ~). Klezmerdance suite for chorus & instnmental ensemble of clarinet, trumpet, viofui, ceDo, piano & drums. Zahm Mlotek, conductor. Harbourfront Centre Concert Stage. 235 Oneeis Quay West. 416-973-3000. - 7:00: Ashkenaz: A Festival of New Yiddish Culture. Klezperanto. Ilene Stahl, clarinet; Evan Harlan, accordion; Mark Hamiton, trombone; Grant Snith. drums; Brandon Seabrook, banjo/guitar; Mik~ Bullock;bass. Harbourfront Centre Concert Stage, 235 Queens Quay West. 416-973-3000. Thursday September 05 -8:DO: Music Gallery. Cage BO: Memotyeehoes of John Cage. Kasemets: new cllfl1l0Silion. Stephen Clarke, Sanya Eng. Udo Kasemets, Rebecca van derPost, Richard Sacks & other performers. 197 John St. 416-204-1080. free. . Saturday September 07 - 3:00: Music Gallery. Rebecca van der Post, violin & Maria Antonia Garcia, piano. Enescu: Impressions d'Enfance; Ives: Sonata #4 Childrens' Day at the Camp Meeting; Sclvlittke: Quasi Una Sonata; other repertoire TBA. 197 JohnSt.4.16- 204-1080. . - 6:00: Toronto All-Star Big Band. SouthsA:te Shuffle. Sounds of the great Big Bands. Hwy 10 & Lakeshore Rd, Mississauga. 416-231-5695. Free. www.thewholenote.com Septem er 1 - October 7 2002

·TUESDAY, OCTO.BER 15/02 - 8 PM On'stage/Canadian Opera Company Gala Concert Measha Briiggergossman, soprano Robert Pomakov, bass Canadian Opera Company Orchestra Richard Bradshaw, conductor ' TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11/03 - 8 PM Berlioz Bicentennial Concert Susan Platts, mezzo-soprano Robert Kortgaard, piano . Members of the Cdn. Opera Co. Orch. ·Richard Bradshaw, conductor MONDAY, MAY 12/03 - 8 PM Catherine Robbin Farewell Concert Catherii:ie Robbin, mezzo-soprano Members of Tafelmusik Jeanne Lamon, leader TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26/02 - 8 PM Music on the Orient Express Quartetto Gelato T~.URSDAY, DECEMBER 12/02 - 8 PM Violin Festival Mark Fewer, violin Judy Kang, violin Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin 'Erika Raum, violin Scott St. John, violin Jasper Wood, violin TUESDAY, JANUARY 21/03 - 8 PM · Early & Traditional Music from Sc.otland and Canada Baltimore Consort David Greenberg, violin TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 15/03 - 8 PM The Christine Jensen Ensemble Christine 'Jensen, alto saxophone Ingrid Jenson, trumpet & flugelhorn Brad Turner, tr!Jmpet & piano ' Dave Restivo, piano Karl Jannuska, drums ' Fraser Hollins, bass SATURDAY, MARCH 15/03 - 8 PM Blake/Stetch Duo Seamus Blake, tenor saxophone , ~ohn Stetch, piano 1 FRIDAY, MARCH .21/03 - 8 PM Guido Basso with Strings Guido Basso, trumpet & flugelhorn String Orchestra conducted by Phil Dwyer Lorraine Demarais, piano Michel Donato, bass Paul Brochu, drums September 1 - O ctober 7 2002 www.thewholenote.com

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