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Volume 9 Issue 3 - November 2003

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18 AT THE UNIVERSITY pF

18 AT THE UNIVERSITY pF TORONTO "J.S. BACH IN THE WORLD TODAY" January 12-16, 2004 Toronto, Canada HELMUTH RILLING, FESTIVAL CONDUCTOR AND LECTURER I DOREEN RAO, ARTfSTfC DIRECTOR Under the patronage of The German Consulate General . Germany's cultural icons, Johann Sebastian Bach and his 21st czntury interpreter, Maestro Helmuth Rilling, are the focus of a new Bach Festival in Toronto. "' /

The Great Gala Saturday, January 31, 2004, 8:00 pm_ Toronto Children's Chorus Jean Ashworth Bartle, C.M., O.Ont. Founder/Music Director With Guest Artists: Sir Andrew Davis, Sir David Willcocks, Stuart Laughton, Russell Hartenberger, and Members of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra Cameo appearances by two of our Honorary Patrons. Single tickets starting at .00 which includes a post concert champagne reception for all ticketholders. Come and join the Celebration. Featuring works by Daley, Elgar, Handel, Honegger, Schubert, Sir Andrew Davis and Sir David Willcocks. SINCE 1978 Toronto Children's Chorus jean Ashw'orth Bartle CM., O.Ont Founder/Music Director Roy Thomson Hall Tickets: 416·593·4828 or www.roythomson.com

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