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Volume 8 Issue 3 - November 2002

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  • November
  • Toronto
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  • December
  • Jazz
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Saturday November 02 Nancy Nourse, flute; John McGuigan, Wright, organ in Recital Works by de Grigny, trumpet; Hazel Boyle, oboe & other Sweelinck, Bach, Rinck, Martin, Franck & - 10:00am: Choir of St. Thomas's performers. Victoria College Chapel,.91 Eben. Deer Park United Church, 129 St. Clair Church. Durufle: R~quiem. Elizabeth Charles St. West. 416-769-5253. Free. Ave. 416-481-2979. Anderson, conductor; John Tuttle, organ. 383 - 7:30: Gilbert & Sullivan Society of -8:00:JuanTo"mas. Variety Show. Music by Huron St. 416·979·2323. No tickets required. Toronto. Evening of Nostalgia. Looking back ABBA, K.D.Lang, Orbison, King Cole; jazz - 1:30.&3:30: TSO/Dandi Productions. The Mysterious Maestro. Music by Verdi, Villa·Lobos, Massenet, Waldteufel, lppolitov·lvanov, Saint­ Saens & other-s. Doug McKeag & Onalea Gilbertson, actors; Judd Palmer, puppeteer; Gary Kulesha, conductor. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe St. 416·593-4828. . - 7:30: All Souls/St. Augustine's/Trinity York Mills Churches. Faure & Rutter Requiems. St. Augustine of Canterbury Church, 1847 Bayview. 416-762·6077. · - 7:30: Evening of Chamber Music. Aspra Tha Foreso/I shall me Wed (Greek) for soprano & piano; Mrevlov: Quartet (1974) for flute, trumpet, violin & piano; Still: Miniatures . for flute, oboe & piano ( 1948); Faure: Quintette # 1 for strings & piano. Linda Tsatsanis, soprano; Peter Margolian; piano; WedNov6 Vocal Ensembles , . Duets, trios and quartets fe students in Catherine Robbin classical vdcal performance clas Raisa Nakhmanovich on piano Free ' - 8:00: Opera York. A Starlight Serenade. Opera, operetta, Broadway, songs & Gilbert & Sullivan. Mark DuBois, tenor & other performers. Famee Furlane Hall, 7065 Islington Ave. 905· 763· 7853. . over 50 years of the Society's existence. Cody ·: standards. Juan Tomas Show Band, Rea Paulite Sunday November 03 Hall, St. Paul's Church, 227 Bloor St. East. & other performers. Armour Heights Church, - 1 :00 & 3:00: Heritage Thea.Ire. Winnie- 416-221-4864. 105 Wilson Ave. 416-485·2056. . the.Pooh and Friends. Family rnusical.86 Main ~ 7:30: International Horn Society/U of - 8:00: Music Gallery. Dueen Mab with /G St. North, Brampton. 905-874-2800. . T. Horn Day Concert. M~sic for horn with Henneman. Structured improvisations. Lori ·- 1 :30: Associates ohhe Toronto clinicians, faculty, student ensembles, Freedman, clarinets; Marilyn Lerner, piano; IG Symphony. StewartGoodyear,pianojn participant ensembles & guest artists. Walter Henneman, viola. St. George the Martyr Recital The Boulevard Club, 1491 Lakeshore Hall, 80 Queen's Park. 416-978-3744. . Church, 197 John. 416-204-1080. . Blvd. West. 416·221-8342. . - 8:00: Brampton Symphony O,rchestra. - ·0:00: Oakville Symphony Orchestra. - 1 :30: CAMMAC/McMichael Gallery. -·· Harmony Harvest. March Militaire Francaise, Grand Opening. Brahms: Hungarian Dances #s Sunday Concert:· Elm Winds. Woodwind Autumn from The Seasons, Water Music, 5 & 6; Bruch: Scottish Fantasy; Dvorak: quintet & piano. 10365 Islington, Kleinbtirg. "Autumn Leaves, In a Persian Market, Russian Symphony #6. Carla Trynchuk, violin; Roberto 905-893-1121. ,, family rates. Sailor's Dance. Kurt Lund, saxophone; Sarah De Clara. cdnductoi. Oakville Centre for the - - 2:00: Deleon White Gallery, Now's the Nematallah, violin; Robert Baines, conductor. Performing Arts, 130 Navy St., Oakville. 905- Time Jazz Series. Mike Murley & Dave Heritage Theatre, 86 Main St. N., Brampton. 815-2021. , (sr), (st), group rat.es. Occhipinti, performers. 1096 Queen St. West 905-874·2800. ,. 416:597-9466. $lb. - 8:00: Deer Park Concerts. William tk l{etu - 2:00: Mississauga Pops Concert Band. Mon Nov 1'8 7:30 pm The YorkUniversity Concert Choir performs Joseph Haydn's great orat The Seasons under the direction of Albert Greer Admission: Wed Nov 20. 7:30 pm The York University Jazz Choir, directed by Bob Hamper,'shares stage with the Jazz Orchestra in end-of-term Jazz Festival. Admission: :: 5 November ; . · Heroic Musidj Tel Christopher Dawes; or Daniel Rubinoff, saxo 12 Novembe German Or 19 November Bach, Franc William Lupton, (Huron Unive 26 Novemper sa·cred Favo Farah Hack, sopr'i!no Christopher Dawe~ , o 3. December t An Advent lntrd.sp Matthew Larkin, orgim URS thedral · h Streets ondon. Ontario) young star (SJC) ion C) (416) 364-7865 stjal)lescathedral.on.ca From Coast to Coast. Music composed & arranged by Cable, Farnan & other Canadians. Bobby Herriot, guest conductor. Meadowvale Theatre, 6315 Montevideo Rd. 905'821- 0990: , . • - 2:00: Oakville Symphony Orchestra. GrandOpen/ng. Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts. See November 2. - 2:00: Off Centre Music Salon. From the Time of the Post-/mp~essionists. Music by Debussy, Chausson, Ravel, Faure & Franck. Olivier Laquerre, bass baritone; Frederique . Vezina, soprano; Jacques lsraelievitch, violin; John Van Burek, readings;Jnna Perk_is & Boris Zarankin, pianists. Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front St. West. 416-205·5555. ,. - 2:00: Toronto Operetta Theatre. The-. Best of Broadway Part 2 -A Gala Benefit Concert. Tunes from Kismet, My Fair Lady, The Merry Widow & The Pirates of Penzance. Elizabeth OeGrazia, Fred Love & Guillermo· Silva-Marin, performers; Derek Bate, mu.sic director/piano. Jane Mallett Theatre, 27 front St. East. 416·366·7723. . ·- 2:30: RCM Community School. Tribute to Duke Ellington. Works by Ellington, Monk, Woods, Davis, Coltrane & others. Bruce Redstone, saxophone; George Thurgood, piano. Ettore Mazzoleni Concert Hall, 273 Jlloor St. Mon Nov 25 7:30 pm The York U11iversity Wo presents Benjamin Britt masterwork, A Ceremo Directed by Alan G . Howe on harp. Admission: All performa.n Performan c; McLaughlin; York Urti w www;ydf 28 :;;:.;,:.;:: .. ,, ._,_. \ < . :'/"';::: ~ ...-,:~:::: ""=··; •.- ,, ~;,._ "-"N."'' ................._,,. , . ~f' stude~tisJir~~1~~ o :¥ ,w1>. _ . .. -.·-Availableat-the-door ·ol' c it1'{41:6}-484·01·85··· Nove mber l - December 7 2002

West. 416·408·2824 x321. ,. Hall. UV2 (University Voices 2002). Works - 2:30: Salvation Army Yorkminster by Gorecki, Freedman, Rolfe, Gabrieli, Barber, Citadel. An Autumn Afternoon of Music. Sandstriim & Jennefelt. Young adult S.alute to Fire, Police & Emergency Medical choristers from universities across Canada & Services Personnel. Emergency Services the United States; Robert Sund, conductor. Musicians; Salvation Army Yorkminster CBC Atrium, 250 Front St. West. 416·8n Citadel Musicians. 1 Lord Seaton Rd. 416· 4255. ,, group rates. 222·S110. - 3:00: Vocalpoint Chamber Choir. 0 ~ 3:00: Hart House .Music Committee. Ouam Gloriasum. Music by Victoria, Sunday Concert: Nikki Enfield, sopranoin Banchieri, Richafort, Tallis, Byrd, Part & Recital Great Hall, 7 Hart House Circle. 416· Nestor. Ian Grundy, music director. Grace 978-5362. f.ree. · 1 Church on·the·Hill, 300 L.onsdale Rd. 416-484· - 3:00: Soundstreams/Roy Thomson 0185. ,. · Music St. James' Cathedral Mass of Compostela I Sun~. Nov, 4:30pm . Solemn Latin Mass for All Saints in procession, incense, bells, chant and early polyphony. Music from the 12th century codex of St. James' Compostela sung by AtB, the Men of the Cathedral Choir: Evensong for Remembrance I Sun 10 Nov, 4:30pm The war-fallen are commemorated by the Cathedral Pilgrim Singers arid clergy. Evening Service by Herbert Murrill, and the touching anthem Take him, earth, for cherishing composed by Herbert Howells for the funeral of U.S. President John F. Kennedy. "FOR SAINT CECILIA" 17111, 19th & 20th century works dedicated to the Patroness of Music Friday 22 November 2002, 8:00pm / St. James' Cathedral Choral Society/Christopher Dawes, director Matthew Larkin, organ Joanne Chapin, Kirsten Fieldin~, soprano Leo Trot!ier, alto James Tuttle, tenor Robert Stewart, baritone «-1\I IJ~,c a a •-=A~f"' · NOVEMBER ....... •ILll•'ll-J 11\~ " OUTREACH ~l\IADA Lawrence Cherney, Artistic Director HIGHLIGHTS · Soundstreams Canada invites everyone to learn more about its composers and their music. Exciting public events accompany every concert. Most are FREE or at a nominal charge! . University Voices 2002: November 3, 3:00 pm . Barbara Frum Atrium, Canadian Broadcasting Centre Featuring Canada's best University Choirs conducted by Robert Sund. · Compos~rs James Rolfe and Harry Freedman discuss their new works for University Voices, followed by an open rehearsal: Thursday, October 31, 1 :30,2:00 pm: James Rolfe T~inity St. Paul's Centre, 427 Bloor St. West Friday, November 1, 8:00 pm: Mini-concert by the 7 University Voices choirs. Trinity St. Paul's Centre, 427 Bloor St. West Saturday, November 2, 1 :00-1 :30 pm: Harry Freedman Trinity St. Paul's Centre, 427 Bloor St. West Byzantine Festival: November 19, 8:00 pm ,Music of John Tavener, Christos Hatzis at St. Michael's Cathedral Monday, November 18, 1 :00 - 3:00 pm John Tavener discusses recent works · Walter Hall, University of Toronto, 80 Queen's Pa~k Crescent · ALL WELCOME . Information Call Soundstreams Canada 416 504 1282 www.soundstreams.ca Box Office 416 366 7723 or 1 800 708 6754 November 1 - December. 7 2002 www.thewholenote.com «"1 ........ c I a •r:ALVJr ........ •ll.Jl•'ll..1 11\~ " ~1\JADA Lawrence. Cherney, Artistic Director . . 2002-2003 SEASON UNIVERSITY VOICES November 3, 2002 at 3 pm Barbara Frum Atrium Canadian Broadcasting Cent' Co-presented with Roy Thomson Hall and CBC Radio.2 Seven choirs from across Canada gather to sing the works · of Gabrieli, Barber, Gorecki, Sandstrom, Jennefelt, Barber, plus newly commissioned works by celebrated composer H.arry Freedman and rising superstar James Rolfe under ihe direction of acclaimed Swedish conductor, Robert Sund. Tickets: adults/ students (.50 group sales) BYZANTINE FESTIVAL JOHN TAVENER & CHRISTOS HATZIS November 1.9, 8 pr:n St. Michael's Cathedral, Church St. at Shuter. In association with .the Elmer lseler Singers, the Amadeus · Choir and CBC Radio 2 Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra Patricia Rozario, soprano Tavener's enormously popular choral and orchestral works reflect his deeply spiritual outlook. In his varied career, Tavener has touched the hearts of an entire generation. Rising star, Christos Hatzjs, is considered "one of the most important composers in Canada" (International Musician). Adults and , Students JOHN ESTACIO & AUGUSTA READ THOMAS SHAUNA ROLSTON, CELLO February 6, 2003, 8 pm Glenn Gould Studio, Canadian Broadcasting Ce with The New Orchestra, Kitchener-Waterloo · Symphony and CBC Radio 2 Creative sparks 'will fly in the meeting of the works of these two leading North American composers, both audibly products of' the modern age. This concert will contrast their voices in chamber compositions. Adults , Students and Seniors SERGE ARCURI & ING RAM MARSHALL THE GRYPHONTRIO & FRIENDS April 3, 2003, 8 pm 'Gleni:i Gould Studio, Canadian Broadcasting Centre in cooperation with Music Toronto Both Arcuri and Marshall have left their mark on the world of electro-acoustic music. This concert presents two composers intrigued by both technology and primal conscio.usness with influences ranging from the modern, the cultures of Bali and Indonesia and the dream world. Adults , Students THE MERMAN OF ORFORD by Harry Somer DANCETHEATRE DAVID . E,O.RLE BUDDIES IN BAOTIMESTHEATRE I 2 Alexander Street .... . June 12., 13, 14 at 8 pm & June 15 at 3 pm, 2003 I .. , In 1167, lml fiihermen near Orford Castle caught .a strange, wild i\ian in their nets. · Thii "close encounter of .the medieval kind" end~d in the way of many alien encounters. Award-winning choreographer David Earle • interprets through dance, this dark tale of mystery and cruelty which inspired Somers' •l . Adults , Students. $IS , '

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