- B:OO: Mooredale Concerts. Shostakovich. Quartet #B; Boccherini: String Quintet. Etsuko Kimura, violin; Eric Paetkau, viola; Kristine Bogyo, Rafael Kuerti, cello; Young Artist: Min-Jeong Koh, violin. Willowdale United Church, 349 Kenneth Ave. 416;922-3714. ,. - B:OO: Second Canadian German Festival. Heidrun Holtmann, piano. Bach: Goldberg Variations. Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front St. West. 416-205-5555. ,. ~ B:OO: Toronto Consort. Shakespeare's Songbook. Trinity-St. Paul's Centre. See Oct 17. - B:OO: U of T Faculty of Music. University Women's Chorus and Master Chorale. Robert Cooper, conductor. Knox College Chapel, 59 St. George St. 416- 97B-3744. ,. Sunday October 19 1 :00: Mooredale Concerts. 'Music & Truffles. Music of Boccherini & Shostakovich. For children four & up. www.MooredaleConcerts.com Shostakovich · His fa mo us and profound String Quartet #8 into which he put not only his soul, but his intials. Etsuko Kimura, violin " ... a sensitive yer brilliant player" - Kansai, japan wirh orher fine Toronto arrisrs Saturday, October 18 at 8 pm - Willowdale United Sunday, October 19 at 3 pm - Walter Hall, U of T at 1 pm for children - Music and Truffles - Affordable tickets! , ( St./Sr.) 416-922-3714 x103 Walter Hall, BO Queen's Park. 416·922· 3714x103. . - 1 :30: CAMMAC/McMichael Gallery. Sunday Concert: Roy Patterson Jazz Trio. 10365 Islington Ave. 905·B93-0344. Free with admission to the gallery: , (sr/ st), (families). ' - 2:00: JSL Musical Productions. Jazz with Roselyn Brown and friends. Art, music & rhythm. Ray Grant, piano; Kurt Lund, saxophone; members of Rick Lazar's Samba Squad; visual artists. St. Paul's United Church, 30 Main St., Brampton. 905-451 -1405. S151advancel. B(door). W4c William myrh §ingcrs Peter Mahon, conductor Music for All Souls and All Saints Saturday, October 18 at 7:30 pm St. Basil's Church 50 St. Joseph St. Tickets / 16 student/senior Information 416-533-6179 www.williambyrdsingers.com - 2:00: Toronto All-Star Big Band/The Serenaders. The Big Swing Broadcast. Song & dance tribute to the giants of the Big Band era. Michael Manny, bandleader; Zygmunt Jedrzejek, artistic director. Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts, 130 Navy Street. 905- B 15-2021..99. - 2:30: Elora Festival Singers. Eternal light. Motets by Brahms, Bruckner & Mendelssohn. Noel Edison, conductor. Trinity College Chapel, 6 Hoskin Ave. 1- B00-265-B977. . - 2:30: U of T Faculty of Music. Opera Tea: Puccini Heroines. MacMillan Theatre, BO Queen's Park. 416-97B-3744. . - 3:00: Hannaford Street Silver Band. Celebration 19B3-2003. Court: Overture; Irvine: work for French Horn and Band; works by Coakley, Cable, Bray, Calvert & Ashworth. Joan Watson, horn; Gary Kulesha, guest conductor. 2:15: Preconcert Chat with Gary Kulesha, Douglas Court & J.Scott Irvine. Jane Mallett Theatre, 27 Front St. East. 416-366-7723. B, (sr), B(st). - 3:00: Latin American Cultural Centre of Canada. fraternity fest 2003- Celebrating Diversity: A Tribute to the laie Pierre Elliott Trudeau on the Anniversary of his 84th Birthday. Jennifer Duke, violin; Cristal Pico-Keshwar & Damian Almeida, pianos; Diego Marul(rnda & Maiz Verde; guest: Liana Boyd; Canadian Symphony Orchestra. Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front St. West. 416-205-5555. (advance), (door). presents Celebration 1983-2003 Sunday, October 19, 2003, 3 p.m. Jane Mallett Theatre Our 20th Anniversary season begins with a celebration of Canadian music-making under the assured baton of Gary Kulesha. A new overture by Douglas Court and a new work for French horn and band by J. Scott Irvine featuring the virtuoso soloist Joan Watson will receive their premiers. Other featured composers include Dona ld Coakley, Howard Cable, Kenneth Bray, Morley Calvert and Paul Ashworth . This event is the Grand Finale of our Festiva l of Brass. Join us for the morning open rehearsal and post-concert reception. Call the St. Lawrence Centre Box Office 416-366-7723 or 1-800-708-6754 or book on-line at www.stlc.com www.hannafordband.com YAMAHA" Yam.:ih.:i . -~·· Canada M w.k ltd. -HI Long & McOu ~de Muskal rnswments ..•o•• ........................................ • o••,.,. • •••~ • ••••••o. T7re SOCAN Fowutation la Fo11dntio11 SOCAN W illiam Littler, The TorontoStar Oeloitte & To uche
- 3:00: Mooredale Concerts. Shostakovich. See Oct 18. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park. - 3:00: Sinfonia Toronto. You!Jg People's Concert: Rhythm and Melody. Mozart: Divertimento K 136; Rossini: Sonata in C; Mendelssohn: Sinfonia #7. Nurhan Arman, artistic director. Lawrence Park Community Church, 2180 Bayview Ave. 416-499-0403. , (ch11d/youth). - 3:00: St. Clement's Church. Andrew · Henderson, organ in Recital. Music by Buxtehude, Scarlatti, Mozart, Howells & Durufle. 59 Briar Hill Ave. 416-483-6664. ,. ' - 4:30: Christ Church Deer Park. Jazz Vespers: Marilyn Lerner, solo piano. 1570 Yonge St. 416-920-5211. Donation. - 4:30: St. Clement's Church. Choral Evensong. Music by Willan, Robinson & Holman. Psallam Spiritu Choir; Thomas Filches, director. 59 Briar Hill Ave. 416· · 483-6664. . - 8:00: Earshot/Propeller Gallery. Earshot #10: The Kandinsky Project. Music, visual art & experimental film. Schoenberg: Farben; poems by Kandinsky; films by Brakhage with musical accompaniment. Kristin Mueller, soprano; Michael Gambacurta, percussion; Scott Good, trombone; Keith Denning, clarinet; Ben Heaslip, accordion; Christopher Matey, keyboards. 984 Queen St. West. 416-538-2006. ,. - 8:00: Flying Cloud Folk Club. Martin Carthy, folk singer. T rimzac, 292 Brunswick. 416-410-3655. ,. - 8:00: Music Gallery. L 'Art Pour L 'Art. Two improvisation pieces; Wallmann: Variationen 2; Hespos: ·Z; Maierhof: Rostfrei; Kaul: Opium fiir l. Astrid Schmeling, flutes; Ult Mummert, guitars; Matthias Kaul, percussion; Malcolm Goldstein, violin. Church of St. George the Martyr, 197 John St.416-204-1080. , $?(members), (st). Monday October 20 - 7:00: U of T Faculty of M\lsic. Amici Chamber Ensemble. Grussel: Quartet #2 in c; Staniland: Trio for Clarinet, Cello and Tape; Brahms: Piano Quartet in A, Op.26. Joaquin Valdepeiias, clarinet; David Hetherington, cello; Patricia Parr, piano; Mark Fewer, violin; Scott St. John, viola. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park. 416-978· 3744. ,. The Elora Festival Sin5ers Noel Edison, Conductor Eternal Li5ht Sundal), Octob~r 19, 2003 - 2:30 p.m. TrinitlJ Colle5e Chapel, Toronto - Glorious sacred music by Brahms, Bruckner and Mendelssohn TICKET ORDERS Centre in the Square: 1-800-265- 8977 EFS Office: 519-846-0331 PERFORMANCE SPONSOR 1§1 SPAENAUR Con hoir Music that Makes a Difference!
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