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Volume 8 Issue 1 - September 2002

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Sunday September 08 - 6: 15: St Thomas's Church. Requiem for All other pertormers. The Stone Church, 45 - 1 :30: Toronto All-Star Big Band. Southside Victims of Violence. Faure: Requiem. Choir of St. ThOITlaS's Church. 383 Huron St. 416-979-2323~ Davenport Rd. 416-691-9832. ,. ...:. 7:30: Church of St. Martin·in·the·Fields. Shuffle. See Sep termer 7. Offering. . Robinson CoUege Chapel Clioir. Sar:Jed & secular - 3:00: University ofT oronto & The Soldier's Tower Committee. Carillon Recital music. 151 Glenlake Ave. 416-767-7491. . , Michael Hart, carillonneur. The lawn, Hart House -12:10: St Paul's Church.Noon Hour Recital:. · - 7:30: SH Music for Peace Concert Series ' Circ.le. 416-978-2452. free. Bizabeth Anderson; organ. 227 Bloor St. East. 416· 2002. Benefit Concert. Pandit Swapan Chaudruri, - 4:30: Christ Church Deer P·ark. Jazz 961-8116. Free.. · · tabla; Miroslav Tadic & Vlatsko Stefanovoski, Vesper$. Lenny Solomon, viofin & Bernie Senensky, guitars; Aashish Khan, sarod; Randy Gloss, piano. 1570 Yonge St. 416-920-5211 . Donation . ' percussion. Convocation HaU, 31 King's Colklge aweciated. - 11 :30am: All The King's Voices. An Ciicle. 905-785-2583. -. To fund - tiine TBA: Music Gallery. Anne Bourne, cello; Amelican Tribute. Musical history tour of Jazz and ·humanitarian projects in countries around the Fred Frith, guitar &plT!flared guitar; John Oswald, Broadway. Wean & Culien, Sheppard & Leslie. 416- world. saxophones. 197 John St.416-204-1080. 225-2255. Free. . • - 8:00: lillusii:ians In Ordinary.Ou Bon Gout Tuesday September 10 - 1 :OD: St. James' Cathedral. Lunch Hour at St James'.· Choir of Robinson Col/egiJ, Cambridge. Sar:Jed music of Gibbons, Byrd, Purcell, Howells, Stanford & Wood. 65 Church St. 41_6-364-7865. Free. Wednesday September 11 - 12:30: York University Dept. of Music. Opening Concert., Jazz to klezmer to worldbeat & beyond pertonned by students & faculty. Mclaughlin Perfonnance Hall, 05b Mclaughfin College, 4700 Keele St. 416-736-5186. Free. Saturday September 14 et du Mauva!S Gout. Music from the French Baroque. Hallie Fishel, soprano; John Edwards, - 2:00: T ryptych Productions/Junction Arts theorbo & baroque guitar, other artists. Church of Festival. Heart & Soulstice II· The Equinox the Redeemer, 162 Bloor St. WflSI. 416-603- · Edt1ion. Songs of love & summer from the 20s, 4950. , O. · 30s, 40s. Amber Bishop, Vanessa Grant, Edward _ 8:30: Toronto Symphony Orchestra/ Franko, Henry Irwin, Lenard Whiting & William · Toronto International Film Festival. Charlie Shookhoff, performers. Victoria'.Royce Church, 190 Chaplin movies: Easy Street, ihe Adventurer, T7Te Medland St. 416-763-5066. Admission by Cure, shown with live music. Members of TSO; dooatm. Carl Davis, conductor. Elgin Theatre, 189 Yonge - 7:30: Canadian Concert & Recital Artists. St. 416-872'5555. -. Benefit Concert for Doctors Without Borders. Paul Bartlett, Thomas Doherty, David McCartney, Sunday September 15 Gwyneth Hughes-Penman, Denise Williams & - 1 :30: CAMMAC/McMii:hael Gallery. Sunday Concert: iJnda Gambell, jazz vocaist 10365 Islington, Kleinburg. 905-893-1121. ·,, fanllyrates. - 2:00: Manor Road United Church. Fi0na Strachan, mezzo & J.C. Coo/en, piafl() in Recital. Wagner: Wesendonk-Lieder, music by PurceA & Chausson; folk songs. 240 Manor Rd. East. 416· 483-0695. Voluntary offering. - 3:00: St Luke's United Church. Benefit for St. Luke's Church. Music by Handel, Gluck, F~ure, Strauss, Verdi & others. Cara Adams & Erin Berg, sopranos; Sarah Hallyburton, mezzo; Karen Kamphof, piano. 353· Sherboume St. 416- 924-9619. ,. - 3:00: University of Toronto & The Soldier's Tower Committee. Canllon Recital Gordon Slater, carillonneur. The lawn, Hart House Circle. 416-978-2452. Free. -4:00: Ensemble Tryptych/JunctionArts Festival. Programme of choral works from · Renaissance tirms to present day. A cappeUa chaililer choir. Victoria:Royce Church, 190 Medland. 416-533-1301. Free-vvill offering. -4:00: St Olave's Church. Ufe and Music of Ira Sankey. Evensong & Peach Tea. 380 Windennere. 416-769-5686. Donations aweciated. The Musicians in 0{'.dinary for the L1,1tes and Voices present - · Du Bon Gout et Du Mauvais Gout Mu~ic from the French Baroque ·Saturday September 14 at 8 pm Church of the Redeemer Bloor Street and Avenue Road 416-603-4950 www.musiciansinordinary.ca , BAROQUE MUSIC BESIDE THE GRANGE An Afternoon in the Garden Silent Audionwith·many excellent treasures. Delectable refreshments. · and music by . ·KIRK E[LIOIT, ALISON MELVILLE, . COLIN SAVAGE, STEPHANIE ARCHER, · PAUL)ENKINS, ALICIA BISHA & ELEANOR VERRETTE Saturday-S~pt~-iij;~~ ~-5,pm St. George the Martyr Church, Stephanie & Mccaul CALL416-588-4301 FOR INFO ADMISSION ' . • 5HCONCERTSERIESPRESENTS muslCFORpeace~n~~RSSION A FUSION OF BALKAN & INDIAN RHYTHMS · . 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