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Volume 1 Issue 10 - July/August 1996

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Jui/Aug '96 --~~-- -- - ~·· '"TO~~· ~ T 0 0 o 0 o 0 r ~-~~ -- PULSE .... grand organ. Followed by Choral .:"': Evensong at 4:30. St. James' ·:~ Cathedral, 65 Church St. 364- :t 8849. . ·· · •7:00: Festival of the Sound. •11 :OOam: Festival of the Sound. Musical Cruise. Bobby Brown w. Family Concert. "Kids Crazy the Scottish Accent Band. The Classics" Different musical periods Island Queen, Town Dock, 9 Bay beginning w. Gregorian Chant, St. Parry Sound. 705-746,2410. presented for children through . familiar song yet keeps musical styles & history intact. Entertaining & educational for all ages. St. James Church, 25 Mary St. Parry Sound. 705-746-2410. Free. •12:30: Festival of the Sound. Schubert Treasure Hunt. Meet at the parking lot beside Festival Hall to receive your treasure map & further directions to find several mini-concerts. Plan to spend the afternoon - a Viennese coffee party ends the day. St. James Church, 25 Mary St. Parry Sourid. 705-746-2410. . •2:00: Summer Opere Lyric Theatre. See July 21. •8:00: Summer Opera Lyric Theatre. See July 21 . •8:00: Massey Hall. Lincoln Canter's Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra, Pinchas Zukerman, cond./violin soloist. Mozart: Overture to Le nozze di Figaro; Symphony #40 in g, K.550; Mendelssohn: Violin Concerto in e, op.64; Bach: Concerto for Two Violins in d. (Pinchas Zukerman & Tricia Park, violins). Massey Hall, Shuter Street. 872-4255. -40. •8:00: Festival of the Sound. Classics IV. Schubert Favourites. ' Allegri String Quartet; Russell · Braun, baritone; James Campbell, clarinet; Rian de Waal & Carolyn Maule, piano; Rosemarie Landry, soprano; Simon Wynberg, guitar; Dave Young, double bass. · Festival Hall, 111 lsaliella St. Parry Sound. 705-746-2410. ,. •8:00: Elore Festival. New World Drumming. A unique & multimedia programme featuring drumming, dancing & singing to the rhythms of- six different countries. The twelve performers will illustrate the history & development of music from Africa to the Americ·as. Gambrel Barn. Elora. 519-846-0331. . •2:00 & 4:00: Elore Festival. English Hymns & Anthems w. Sir David Willcocks. St. John's ·· Church, Elora. 519-846-0331. . •2:00: Festival of the Sound. Celtic Memories. 'In recognition of the 200th Anniversary of the death of Robbie Burns: Three centuries of Celtic classical music including Songs of the Hebrides, Scottish Folk Songs, Hymns of Scotland & Scottish Fiddle Music. James Campbell, clarinet; Erica · Goodman, harp; David Greenberg~ violin; Eric Robertson, piano; Dave Young, double bass; Russell Brau·n, baritone. Festival Hall, 111 lsabella St. Parry Sound. 705-746· 2410. ,. •2:00: Summer Opere Lyric Theatre. See July 20. •4:00: Organ Alternatives. Organa Antique. Organ works of Restoration England. Giles Bryant, •12:1!) p.m.: Music Mondays. Chamber music by Haydn & Schubert. Canadian Chamber Academy, Atis Bankas, dir. Church of the Holy Trinity, 10 Trinity Sq. 598-4521. - don"ation. · •3:30: Thornhlll Chamber Music Institute. Boccherini to Canadian contemporary. Michael Bracken, guitar; the TCMI Quartet (Joseph Peleg, Gretchen Anner, Dorothy Pellerin, Andras Weber). Toronto Waldorf School, 9100 Bathurst St. Thornhill, 905-764-1924. to . •5:30: Festival of the Sound. Mozart at Manitou. Gala Fundraising Dinner & Concert. Cocktails, dinner & a concert of Mozart's music performed by the Festival Winds. The Inn & Ten.nis Club at Manitou. 705-746-2410. 0. •8:00: Kingston Summer Festival. Climax Jazz Band. Grand Theatre. 1-800-615·5666. .84-19.26. •3:30: Thornhill Chamber Music Institute. J.S. Bach to S.l. Glick. Bach: Concerto for Violin & Oboe; cantatas; and vocal works by French, English, Canadian & Russian composers. Senya Trubashnik, oboe; Anna Trubashnik, mezzo-soprano; . Gretchen Anner, violin; Sergei Pavlov, piano. Toronto Waldorf School, 9100 Bathurst St. Thornhill, 905-764-1924. -12. •7:00: Festival of the Sound. Musical Cruise. Quartette "Gelato. The ls.land Queen, Town Dock, 9 Bay St. Parry Sound. 705-746- 2410. . 10:00am: Festival of the Sound. Children's Workshop w. David Amram. Festival Hall, 111 lsabella St. Parry Sound. Children ages 6 & up. Register for the three daily sessions. 705-746-2410. •12 :00 noon: Festival of the Sound. Noon Concert at St. James. The Virtuoso - Flute & Harp. Works by Gluck, Rossini, lbert, Persichetti, Lauber, .and Salzedo. Erica Goodman, harp; Suzanne Shulman, flute. St. James Church, 25 Mary St. Parry . Sound. 705-746-2410. ,11. •3:30: Thornhill Chamber Music Institute. A Tribute to Brahms. Brahms: Lieder; Quartet in c, ·op.51 #1; Mozart: Quartet in C, K.157. Rosemary Danzinger, soprano; the TCMI Quartet. Toronto Waldorf School, 9100 . Bathurst St. Thornhill, 905-764· 1924. - . •7:00: Etobicoke Community Concert Bend, Twilight at Applewood. Broadacres Park, 450 The West Mall, coke. 233-7468. Free. · •7:00: Festival of the Sound. Discovery 11. Heather Schmidt, composer. Festival Hall, 111 lsabella St. 705-746-2410. Free. •8:00: Festival of the Sound. .)) Classics V. Gounod: Petite /} Symphonie; Debussy: Violin ::;:;:;: Sonata; Faure: Piano Quarte~ in c . -Festival Winds; Christiaan Bor, violin; Amanda Forsyth, cello; Douglas McNabney, viola; Joel Quarrington, double bass; Vaierie Tryon, piano. Festival Hall, Parry Sound. 705: 746-2410. ,16. •10:00am: Festival of the Sound. Children's Workshop. (See July 31). •12:00 noon: Festival of the Sound. Noon Concert at St. James. The Virtuoso - Cello & Bass. Works by Beethoven, Rossini, Forsyth, Calx d'Hervelois. Amanda Forsyth, cello; Joel · Quarrington, double bass; Andrew Burashko, piano. St. James Church, 25 Mary St. Parry Sound. 705-746-2410.,11. •3:30: Thornhlll Chamber Music Institute. 20th Century Clarinet Chamber Works. Prokofieff: Overture on Hebrew Themes. Works by Bernstein, Kymlika & Kaufmann. Julian Milkis, clarinet; Nina Kogan, piano; Peter Lutek, bassoon; the TCMI Quartet. Toronto Waldorf School, 9100 . Bathurst. 905-764-1924. -. •4:00: Festival of the Sound. Tea Talk. Christiaan Bor & Moshe Hammer, students of Jascha Heifetz, discuss the master. West Parry Sound District Museum, Parry Sound. 705-746-2410. . •7:00: Festival of the Sound. Discovery Ill. Roger Bergs: New work for woodwind quintet & piano. Festival Hall, Parry Sound. •8:00: Elore Festival. Passio by 'Arvo Part. The Elora Festival Singers, Noei Edison, cond. Ann Monoyios, soprano; Laura Pudwell, mezzo; Brian Emery, tenor; Daniel Lichti, bass; Ruth Fazal, violin; Margaret Gay, cello; James McKay, bassoon; Andrew Henderson, organ. St. John's Church. 519-846-0331. . •8:00: Festival of the Sound. Classics VI. Beethoven/ Druschetzky: Sonata in c ("Pathetique"); Kulesha: Ghosts; Schu·mann: Carnival. Festival Winds w. Valerie Tryon, piano. Festival Hall, Parry Sound.,16. musical experiences. West Parry Sound District Museum. • •7:00: Festival of the Sound. Discovery IV. Ronald Bruce Smith: New work for piano & winds. Festival Hall, Parry Sound. •7:30: Thornhlll Chamber Music Institute. Final Concert of the summer programme. Toronto Waldorf School, 9100 Bathurst St. Thornhill, 905-764-1924. -12. •8:00: Elore Festival. An Evening w. Linda Maguire, Erica Goodman · & Suzanne Shulman. Mezzo soprano, harpist & flautist present an exquisite & distinctive programme. St. John's Church, Elora. 519-846-0331 . . e8:00: Festival of the Sound. Classics VII. Amram: Native American Portraits for piano, violin & percussion. Bartok: Duo for two violins. Dvorak: Piano Trio in e ("Dumky"), Mozart: Quintet in g, K.516. Christiaan Bor, tenor; Andrew Burashko, piano; Amanda Forsyth, cello; Moshe Hammer, violin; Beverley Johnston, percussion; Douglas McNabney, viola; Joel Quarrington, double bass; Valerie Tryon, piano. Festival Hall, Parry Sound, ,16. •8:00: Symphony in the Bern, Michael Schmidt, cond. Mozart: The Magic Flute - re-imagined on the frontier of Grey County at that fluid moment in history when neither native nor settler traditions held sway. Glencolton Farms, Durham. 519-924-2724. ,. •All day. Meripose Folk Festival. Cobourg. 530-1266. to . •All day. Mill Race Festival of Traditional Folk Music. Workshops, dance, displays & children's area. Cambridge. 1-800-749- 7560. •11 :OOam: Festival of the Sound. Family Concert. Folksingers Fred & Kathie Joblin. Festival Hall, Parry Sound. •5:45: Elore Festival. The Symphony Bass Quartet will perform after dinner at the Elora Mill Country Inn & Restaurant. Elora. 519-846-0331. . •8:00: Festival of the Sound. Classics VIII. Glick: Klezmer Trio; Amram: Red River Variations for flute & strings; Dvorak: Quartet in F, op.96 ("American"); Kerouac/ Amram: Four Readings from "On the Road". Sylvia Tyson, narrator; Allegri String Quartet; Christiaan Bor & Moshe Hammer, violin; Andrew Burashko, piano; James Campbell, clarinet; Amanda Forsyth, cello; Douglas McNabney, viola; Joel Quarrington, double bass; Suzanne Shulman, flute; Valerie Tryon, piano. Festival Hall, Parry Sound. ,16. •8:00: Symphony in the Bern. See August 2. e10am: Festival of the Sound. · Children's Workshop. See July 31 . ; •12:00 noon: Festival of the Sound. Noon Concert at St. James. The Virtuoso Horn. •All day. Meripose Folk Festival. Reinecke: Trio; Beethoven: Horn Cobourg. 530-1266. -29. Sonata in F. James Sommerville, •2:00: Festival of the Sound. horn; Andrew Burashko, piano; Sunday Matinee. "Around the James Mason, oboe. St. James World in 80 Minutes". David Church, Parry Sound. ,11 . Amram plays folkloric instruments •4:00: Festival of the Sound. Tea from 25 countries. Festival Hall, Talk. David Amram's world of~ Parry Sound. ,16.

Jui/Aug '96 --------- - ·· __ PULSE •2:30: Elora Festival. Interpretations of a Ufe. A retrospective on the career of Maureen Forrester by Maureen Forrester & David Warrack w. The Elora Festival Singers, cond. Noel Edison. St: John's Church, 519- 846-0331. . •4:00: Organ Alternatives. Organa Antique. Music by Sweelinck, Bohm & Buxtehude. Christiaan Teeuwsen, grand organ. Followed by Choral Evensong at 4:30. St. James' Cathedral, 65 Church Street. 364-8849. •B:OO: Festival of the Sound. Classics IX. Opera Night. Music by Mozart, Triebensee, Francaix, Rossini, Gounod/Liszt, Bizet, Vaughan Williams. & "Broadway Favourites~. Michael Burgess, tenor; Fest1val Winds; Amanda Forsyth, cello; Moshe Hammer violin; Douglas McNabneyr, viola; Joel Ouarrington, double bass· Valerie Tryon, piano. Festival Hall, Parry Sound. ,16. •12:15: Music Mondays. · Chamber music by Karl Reinecke. Washington McCiain, oboe; Teresa. -..yasiak, horn; Glenn Hodgins, p1ano. Church of the Holy Trinity 10 Trinity Sq. 598-4521. -' donation. •5:30: Festival of the Sound. Gala Fundraising Dinner & Concert. Mrs. Bach at Manitou. Mary lou Fallis, soprano, w. Festival artists. The Inn & Tennis Club at Manitou. 705-746-2410. 0. •12:00 noon: Festival of the Sound. The Virtuoso Clarinet. Mendelssohn: Concert Piece; Weber: Grand Duo Concertant in E flat; Kulesha, Mysterium. James Campbell & David Bourque, clarinet; Evelyne Brancart, piano. St. James Church, Parry Sound. 705-746-2410. , . •7:00: Festival of the Sound. Discovery V. Beverley Johnston performs the percussion music of Gary Kulesha & Steve Reich & her own "Bathtub Music". Festival Hall, Parry Sound. 705-746-2410. •7:00: Festival of the Sound. Musical Cruise. See August 6. •8:00: Festival of the Sound. Classics X. Music Party. Mozart: Sonata in B flat for bassoon & cello; Brahm.s: Paganini Variations, Op.35; Mart~nu: la revue de cuisine; Poulenc: le Bal masque. F~stival Winds; Evelyne Brancart, p1ano; Bryan Epperson, cello; Guy Few, trumpet; Moshe Hammer, violin; Daniel Neff, baritone. Festival Haii,Parry Sound. ,16. •12:00 noon: Festival of the Sound. Noon Concert at St. James. The Virtuoso Violin." Beethoven: Sonata Op. 24 in F ("Spring"); Sarasate: Zigeunerweisel'); Paganini: Caprice #9; Saint-Saens: lntro. & Rondo Capriccioso. Moshe Hammer violin; Evelyne Brancart, pian~. St. James Church, Parry Sound. ,11. •8:00: Festival of the Sound. Classics XI. William Walton: Facade (with poems by Edith Sitwell). Michael Albano, dir. David Bourque, clarinet & saxophone; James Campbell clarinet; Bryan Epperson, celio; Mary lou Fallis, soprano; Guy Few, trumpet; Beverley Johnston percussion; Daniel Neff, baritone;' Thomas Wolf, flute. Festival Hall, Parry Sound. ,16. •12:00 noon: Festival of the Sound. Noon Concert at St. James. Double Reeds. Ouantz: Trio Sonata in G; Hovhaness: Prelude & Fugue for oboe & bassoon; Mozart: Divertimento· Poulenc: Trio for oboe, bassoo~ & piano. Evelyne Brancart, piano; James Mason, oboe; James McKay, bassoon. St. James Church, Parry Sound. ,11. •8:00: Festival of the Sound. Michael Burgess in Recital. Festival Hall, Parry Sound., 18. •8:00: Symphony in the Barn. See August 2. •11 :OOam: Festival of the Sound. Family Concert. Evelyne Brancart piano. Festival Hall, 111 lsabella ' St. Parry Sound. 705-746-2410. •8:00: Festival of the Sound. Classics XII. Prokofiev: Classical Symphony; Bottesini: Grand Duo for clarinet & double bass; Beethoven: Triple Concerto in C for piano, violin & cello. Classical Academy Orchestra, Boris Brott cond. James Campbell, clarinet.' Naida Cole, piano; Amanda ' Forsyth, cello; Moshe Hammer, violin; Joel Quarrington, double bass. Festival Hall. ,16. •8:00: St. Jacob's Schoolhouse Theatre. Gemme/1 & Wassmansdorf. Ravel: Mother Goose Suite· Debussy: Prelude to the Afterno~n of a Fauna, & other works. lori Gemmell, harp; Steven Wassmansdorf, percussion. 11 Albert Street, St. Jacob's. 519-664-1134. . •8:00: Symphony in the Barn. See August 2. •8:30: Fergus Scottish Festival. Celtic Concert. Natalie MacMaster Cape Breton Fiddler. Fergus. 519-' 787-0099. ,16,12. •2:00: Festival of the Sound. Sunday Matinee. Music from Algonquin. Solo and chamber music from students of the Algonquin International Music Institute. Festival Hall. ,16. •2:00: Symphony in the Barn. See August 2. •4:00: Organ Alternatives. Organa Antique. Bach: Sonatas for violin & keyboard obbligato. Kevin Mallon, violin; Christopher Dawes, chamber organ. Followed by Choral Evensong at 4:30. St. James' Cathedral, 65 Church Street. 364-8849. •7:00: Festival of the Sound. Musical Cruise. "Symphony at Sea". Classical Academy Orchestra & Festival Musicians. Town Dock, Parry Sound. . •8:00: Kingston Summer Festival. Natalie MacMaster, Cape Breton fiddler. Grand Theatre, Kingston. 1-800-615-5666. .84-19.26. •12:15: Music Mondays. Julie Harris, soprano & John Edwards, lute, & theorbo. Church of the Holy Trinity, 10 Trinity Sq. 598- 4521. - donation. •1 :00: The Royal Bank Seniors' Jubilee. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe St. 872-4255. ,22, 13. •1 :00: The Royal Bank Seniors' " Jubilee. See Monday August 12. •8:00: Muslca Beth Tlkvah. Stel/a Walker in Concert. Yiddish folk & songs, art songs on Jewish themes, operatic highlights. Stella Walker, mezzo; Brahm Goldhamer, piano. Beth Tikvah, 3080 Bayview. 510-1777. . •8:00: Creative Artist Productions. Concert by Summer Opera Training Programme participants: Apprentice Training for Coaches. Arts & letters Club, 14 Elm St. 466-2945. •8:00: Symphony In the Barn. See August 2. e4:00: Organ Alternatives. Organa Antique. An aii-Bach programme of works for large organ. William ' Wright, grand organ. Followed by Choral Evensong at 4:30. St. James' Cathedral, 65 Church Street. 364-8849. • 7:00: Symphony In the Barn. See August 2. • 8:00: Creative Artist Productions. Concert by Summer Opera Training Programme participants: Apprentice Training for Coaches. Arts & letters Club, 14 Elm St. 466-2945. • 8:00: Kingston Summer Festival. Quartette. Sylvia Tyson, Colleen Peterson, Cindy Church & Caitlin Hanford. Grand Theatre, Kingston. 1-800-615-5666. .84-19.26. for piano trio by T chaikovsky, Ravel & Bloch. Michelle lrion, violin; Tony Christie, cello; Paul Jenkins, piano. Church of the Holy Trinity, 10 Trinity Sq. 598-4521. - donation. •4:00: Organ Alternatives. Organa Anriqua. Bach: French Suites 11, V. Christopher Dawes, chamber organ. Followed by Choral Evensong, 4:30. St. James' Cathedral, 65 Church St. 364-8849. •8:00: Kingston Summer Fest ival. Showrime, Ray Danley, dir. Grand Theatre, Kingston. 1-800-615- 5666. .84-19.26. Concert. See August 27. Concert producers take note! 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