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Volume 1 Issue 2 - October 1995

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Complete Live Concert Listings t he 27th, you can take in B oisvert's performance of M elisma at the Faculty of Music 2pm on the 29th.) Guitar Month The graduation recital Sept. 26 of U ofT. M.Mus. candidate, guitarist, Danielle Cumming was a happy harbinger of good things to come. There are five major guitar concerts in our listings this month: Margarita Escarpa, winner of the Guitar Foundation of America competition, performs on the 1st, Eliot Fisk on the 17th, Rachel Gauk solo on the 21st and with friends on the 28th, and Paco de Lucia will perform on the 26th. Guitar aficionados take early note! Brazilian guitarists, Sergio and Odair Assad will be performing at the Ford Centre November 7. First time outside Europe 4th international meeting of conlemporarymusic-theatre and opera, November 1-5 Toronto's Autumn Leaf Performance will host this " "> important contemporary music event, the first to be 1held outside Europe. Designed for smallscale pompanies,. the. meeting will take the form-of work sessions rat'li'er than lectu re;;; ~with sessi9ps focussing speci,fically on training, the creative process, collaborative composition, and new performance techniques. Since it will probably be a long time before the meeting is held again in Toronto, this is a unique opportunity for anyone involved in new musictheatre activity. For information, speak to David Eden or Thorn Sokoloski at 944-3100. INSTRUMENTS FOR SALE Fine classical and steel string acoustic guitars made to order. Sergei deJonge, 905- 576-4636. Mason & Risch (Mozart) 51" upright piano; mahogany; great condition; well maintained; 00 or best offer. 416-233-1826 Quarter size violin with bow and case. 461 -8425. Yamaha 4-valve (piston) C Tuba, #YCB621. Wellmaintained and played for only 2 years. Hard case. ,250 or 8.0 ., 905-513-9648 Wanted: A used euphonium or baritone. Please call Christopher, 465-0579. • 8:00: MUSIC AT METROPOUT AN. Chancel Concen: Spirituals and music b y Verdi, Gounod, Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninoff. Shoshana F riedman, soprano; Daniel F riedman: piano. Metropolitan United Church, 56 Queen St. E., 363.0331. Free. 8:00: GUITAR SOCIETY OF TORONTO. Margarita Escarpa: Toronto Debut: Works by J.S. Bach, Rodrigo, Rigondi, Lendle and Brower. Winner of the Guitar Foundation of America Competition. Church of the Holy Trinity, Trinity Square at the Eaton Centre, 922·8002, ,. 8:00: TORONTO MENDELSSOHN CHOIR. Honegger: King David; Bernstein: Chichester Psalms; Holman: Songs of Sion. Elmer I seler, cond., Heidi Klassen, soprano; Jean Stilwell, alto; Mark Dubois, tenor; Dr. Gunther Plaut, narr., Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe Street, 872·4255, to. Anne-Marie MacDiarmid. Stnaley: Voluntary; Vaughan Williams: Rhosymedre, Hyfrydol; lefebure-Wely: Prelude; Guilmant: March; Dupre: Cortege et litanie. St. James Cathedral, King St. E. at Church St., 369·0020, Free. •8:00: CANADIAN OPERA COMPANY. Richard Strauss: Ariadne auf Naxos. Tom Diamond, dir; Richard Bradshaw, conductor; Tracy Dahl, soprano; Isabelle Vernet, soprano; David Rampy, tenor; Kristine Jepson, mezzo. O'K~efe Centre, Front Street at Yonge Street, 872·2262, 363·8231. to. •9:00: MUSIC GALLERY. CCMC: Collectively created, freely formed music. Michael Snow, piano, synth.; John Oswald, sax; Paul Dutton, sound singing. 179 Richmond St. W., 204-1080. •12: 10: ST. PAUL's CHURCH, Organ Recital. 227 Bloor St.E., Free. •12:30: YORKMINSTER PARK BAPTIST CHURCH. Organ Recital. 1585 Yonge St. Free. •9:30: TORONTO DOWNTOWN JAZZ SOCIETY. Boukman Eksp eryans. Haitian Band pla ying "Rara• music. Phoenix Concert Theatre, 4 10 Sherbourne Street, 363·8717. .50. • 8 :00: ORGAN ALTERNA­ TIVES. The Splendour of San Marco. Music for organ and brass choir, performed in the manner of t he virtuosi of the Basilica of St . M ark in Venice in the 16th century. Les Sonneurs de Montreal; John Thiessen, cond.; Christopher Dawes, organ ; Giles Bryant, voice. St. James' Cathedral, 65 Church St., 369-8499. $ 16, . •12 noon: CBC: "QUATERNION". Baroque and Brogue Music by Purcell, locke, Jenkins and David Greenberg. Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front Street W . 20 5 -5555. Free. •8:00: FACULTY OF MUSIC. The Glory of 17th Century Italy:_ Collegium Musicum with Kevin Mallon, violin; Terry McKenna, theorbo; Charlotte Nediger, organ, Anne Monoyios, soprano. Walter Hall, Edward Johnson Bldg., 80 Queen's Park Cresc. 978-3744. ,. •12:10: FACULTY OF MUSIC. Music and Poetry: Copland: Twelve Poems of Emily Dickinson. Vilma lndra Vitols, mezzo; John Hawkins, piano. Walter Hall, Edward Johnson Bldg., 80 Queen's Park Cresc. 978·3744. Free. •12:30: MUSIC AT METROPO· LITAN. Organ Futures: Orga,, recital by Gerald Loo. Metropolitan United Church, 56 Queen St. E., 363·0331. Free. •8:00: TORONTO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. Daniel: Strategies Against Architecture; MacMillan Veni, veni Emmanuel; Tchaikovsky: Symphony No.6.Jukka-Pekka Saraste, cond.; Evelyn Glennie, percussion. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe Street, 593-4828. .25 to .25. •8:00: MUSIC GALLERY. Music and Dance from the Cradle of Civilization: Ron Allen, wind instruments; Ravi Naimpally, tabla; Roula Said, tanpura; The Arabic Sufi Ensemble; George Sawa, qanun; Raymond Sarwa, vocals, drums and oud; The Ritual Party Ensemble. 179 Richmond St. w., 204-1080. . •8:00: CANADIAN OPERA COMPANY. Janacek: Jenufa. Nicholas Muni, dir.; Richard Bradshaw, conductor; Gwynne Geyer, soprano; Judith Forst, mezzo; Quade Winter, tenor; Miroslav Dvorsky, tenor; Marcia Swanston, mezzo. O' Keefe Centre, Front Street at Yonge Street, 872-2262, 363·8231. to •8:00: TORONTO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, see Oct 5 . Baroque": Selections by Henry Purcell including Welcome to all the Pleasures. Elaine Biagi· Turner, choreographer/dancer; The Aradia Ensemble, Kevin Mallon, dir. Royal Ontario Museum, Avenue Rd. & Bloor, 966·1409. Free with ROM admission. •3:00: TRINITY-ST. PAUL'S VOCAL CONCERT S ERIES. Bill Lavigne in Recital: Italian, German and English art songs and w ell-loved Broadway showtunes. 427 Bloor St. W., 922-8435. , . •1:00: ST. JAMES CATHEDRAL. ORGAN RECITAL. Lucus Chorosinski, organ; Michael Ohnimus, trumpet. Programme TBA. St. J ames Cathedral, King St. E. at Church St., 369·0020 , Free. •8:00: ALDEBURGH CONNECTION: Norine Burgess and Michael Schade in Recital. Songs and Duets by Mendelssohn, Brahms, Schumann, Debussy and Chabrier . Norine Burgess, Mezzo; Michael Schade, Tenor; Stephen Ralls and Bruce Ubakat a, Piano. Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front St. W . 2 0 5 · 5555 , . •8:00: TORONTO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. "A Night at the Movies": Rachmaninof f: Piano Concerto No.2; Selections from: Robin Hood, Dances with Wolves, Schindler's List, Star Trek: Generations, VictorNictoria, Ben Hur. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe Street, 593·4828. .25 to .25. •9:00: MUSIC GALLERY, see listing for Oct. 3. 179 Richmond St. W., 204·1080. •12:10: St. Paul's Church. Organ Recital. 227 Bloor St.E., Free. •12:30: YORKMINSTER PARK BAPTIST CHURCH. Organ Recital. 1585 Yonge St., Free. •2:00 and 8:00: TORONTO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA: see listing for Oct. 10, (.25 to .25 for matinee.) • 8:00: LIVENT. Millenium. Mozart: Piano Quartet in E flat, K. 493; Kelly-Marie Murphy: "Shmaresc" for Piano Quartet; Turina: Piano Quartet, op. 67; Brahms: Piano Quartet in A, Op. 26. Scott St. John, violin and viola; Martin Beaver, Violin; Shauna Rolston, cello; Rena Sharon, piano. .50 to .50. George Weston Recital Hall, 5040 Yonge Street, 872- 2222. •8:00: MUSIC GALLERY. Thomas Handy Trio: An engaging world music blend, incorporating improvisation by three hot players. Thomas Handy, guitar; Oliver Schroer, violin; Ravi Naimpally, tabla. 179 Richmond St. W., 204· 1080. ,. •8:00: CANADIAN OPERA COMPANY, see Oct. 7. •8:00: CBC: Penderecki String Quartet with Lev Natochenny. Piano Music by Mozart, Schnittke and Beethoven. Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front St. W ., 205-5555. , . Argentina. Music by Jorge Morel, Astor Piazzolla, Carol van Fagelen, Alberto Ginastera. Sylvie Proulx, Guitar. Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front Street W . 205-5555. Free. •12: 10: FACULTY OF MUSIC. Student Vocal Recital. Walter Hall, Edward Johnson Bldg., 80 Queen's Park Cresc. 9 7 8·3 744. Free. •12:30: MUSIC AT METROPOLITAN. Organ Futures: Organ r ecital by Jung­ A Lee. Metropolitan United Church, 56 Queen St. E., 363· 0331. Free. •8:00: MUSIC TORONTO Em erson String Quartet Haydn: Quartet in D, Op. 33, #6, Wolf: Italian Serenade. Bartok: Quartet N0.3. Beethoven: Quartet in C, op. 59, # 3 , "Rasumovsky" . Front Street at Scott, 3 6 6·7723, , , (students) •8:00: T AFELMUSIK Tafelmusik Pla ys Tafe/musik G.P. Telemann: excerpt s from Tafelmusik 427 Bloor St. W. 964·6337 • 8:00: LIVENT. Vogler String Quartet. Haydn: Quartet in G minor, Opus 74, No. 3 ; J anacek: Quartet No. 2; Schubert: String Quintet in C, D.5 6 with .Bernard Greenouse, cello. George Weston Recital Hall, 504 0 Yonge Street, 872- 2222. to. •8:00: TORONTO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA: see Oct. 10. •8:00: CANADIAN OPERA COMPANY, see Oct.3 . 8:30: CBC: Marie-Andree Ostiguy, Pianist and Composer. Music by Chopin, Liszt, Scriabin and Ostiguy. Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front Street W . 205·5555. . See Oct 12 •8:00: HUMDRUM. An evening of percussion and music from around the world. Original compositions by members of Humdrum. Ritesh Das, Tabla & North Indian Percussion; Juriu Konje, Classical & Western Percussion; Gary Nagata Japanese Taiko, Percussion & Flute; Zhou Wei, Chinese Bamboo Flutes. 27 Front St. E. 366·7723. $ 18,. •8:00: MUSIC GALLERY. Robert Minden Ensemble. A remarkable group of musical explorers on found and invented instruments. Robert, Dewi and Andrea Minden and Carla Hallett. 179 Richmond St. W., 204·1080. $ 12,. •8:00: RoY THOMSON HALL. Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan and Party. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe Street, 872-4255. to . •8:00: SINE NOMINE ENSEMBLE. Spring tyme, somer, fau/e of the /eafe, and winter • a programme of songs and instrumental music dealing with Nature and its changes throughout the year. St. Stephen-in·the·Fields Church, 365 College St reet 638-9445. , . •8:00: T AFELMUSIK See Oct. 12 •8:00: CANADIAN OPERA COMPANY, see Oct. 7. •tOam to 4pm: FACULTY OF MUSIC. U ofT Day. Performances throughout the day and tours of the Edward Johnson Building. Walter Hall, Edward Johnson Bldg., 80 Queen's Park Cresc. 978·3744. Free. •8:00: ACADEMY CONCERT SERIES. Harp sichord Extravaganza. Music by the Bach family played on four harpsichords. Boyd MacDonald, Cynthia Hiebert, Paul Jenkins, Viviana Sofronit sky. Eastminster United United Church, 310 Danforth Avenue, , 9 2 8 -1 257. •7:30: TORONTO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. Light Classics: Berlioz: Roman Carnival Overture; Handel: largo from Xerxes, Selections from Music for the Royal Fireworks; Sarasate: Carmen Fantasy; Grieg: Norwegian Dances; Tchaikovsky: 1812 Overture. Boris Brott , cond., Erika Raum, violin. $ 12 .50 t o 49.25 . • 8 :00: D EER PARK CoNCERTS. Diane Bish in a concert of Organ Music. Deer Park United Church, 129 St. Clair Ave. W., 962·3381 . . • 8:00: TE D EUM ORCHESTRA AND CHORUS. "Vivaldi's Seasons •: Vivaldi: The Four Seasons; Palestrina: Missa Brevis, Sicut Cervus. Richard Birney-Smith, cond., Helene Plouffe, violin. Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front St. W., 205· 555 5. , $ 15. •8:00: HUMDRUM. See Oct . 13 • 8:00: T AFELMUSIK • See Oct . 12 •8:00: LIVENT. The Swingle Singers. Programme TBA. George Weston Recital Hall, 5040 Yonge Street, 872·2222. 2 3 .50 t o 37 .50. •8:00: FACULTY OF MUSIC. Wind Symphony and concert Band. Hindemith: March from Symphonic Met amorphosis; Vaughan Williams: Henry V Overture for Brass Band; Grainger : Irish Tune f rom County Derry & Lincolnshire Posy. Stephen Chenette and Cam Walter, conductors. Walter Hall, Edward Johnson Bldg., 80 Queen's Park Cresc. 978·374 4 . , . •2:00: FACULTY OF MUSIC. Opera Tea. A pleasant afternoon of opera and tea on the stage of t he MacMillan Theatre, Edw ard Johnson Bldg., 80 Queen's Park Crase. 978·3744. . •3:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra: see Oct . 14. • 3:30: T AFELMUSIK See Oct. 12 • B:OO: MUSIC GALLERY. Wayang Kulit: Shadow Puppet Game/an from Bali. 179 Richmond St. W., 204 ·1080. ,. • 8 :00: CANADIAN O PERA COMPANY, see listing for Oct 3 • B:OO: AMADEUS ENSEMBLE: An Evening of Beethoven Sonatas. Francine Kay, piano; Moshe Hammer, violin. Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front St. W ., 205·5555. ,. •2:00: TORONTO S YMPHONY ORCHESTRA: see Oct. 14. • 8 :00: KIERAN OVERS QUARTET: Material from the quartet's Unity Records release, Quartetto. Glenn Gould St udio, 250 Front Street W. 205 ·5555 . , . CATHEDRAL. Organ recital. John Tuttle. or.oan. Dupre: Three Preludes and Fugues, op.7 . St. James Cathedral, King St. E. at Church St., 369·002 0 , Free. •6:30: OPERA ATELIER. Venus and Adonis b y John Blow. Meredit h Hall, soprano; Marcos Pujol, bass; Suzie LeBlanc, soprano; Laura Pudwell, mezzo. W inter Garden Theatre, 189 Yonge St., 872· 5555. 9 to . •8:00: AUTUMN LEAF PERFORMANCE. Th e Master M usicians of Jajouka (from Morocco). Convocation Hall, University of Toronto, 944- 3100. .50, .50 •8:00: CANADIAN O PERA COMPANY, see Oct. 7. •8:00: LIVENT. Eliot Fisk, Guitar. Albeniz: Granada, Asturias; J.S. Bach: Sonata in C, BWV1005; D.Scarlatti: Four Sonatas; Half fter: Habanera, Danza de Ia Gitana; Cast elnuovo ·Tedesco: Suite; Paganini: Two Caprices. George W eston Recital Hall, 5040 Yonge Street, 8 72-2222. 2 0 .50 to 3 2 .50. •B:OO: MUSIC TORONTO Ar thur Ozolins, piano. Beethoven : Six Bagatelles, Op. 126. Chopin: W altz in c sharp minor, Op. 64, #2; Polonaise in A flat, op. 53; Polonaise· Fantaisie, Op. 6 1. Kenins: Sonata #3, "motions . . . and emot ions." Ravel: Piece en forme d ' Habanera, Jeux d 'eau, Alborado del gracioso (Miroirs). Gginastera: Sonata para piano (1 952). Front St reet at Scott, 366~723 , , , (St udents) e12:10: ST. PAUL'S CHURCH. Organ Recital. 2 2 7 Bloor St.E., Free. e B:OO: CANADIAN OPERA COMPANY, see Oct.3. • 8:00: LIVENT, Korean Chamber Ensemble with Young Uck Kim, violin. Grieg: Holberg CONTINUES II>+

October 1 to October 31 I Brevis, K.49; Handel: Concert a No.1 in F, op.88 with Walter Walter Hall, Edward Johnson Quattro; Haydn: String Trio; Trampler, viola. George Weston Bldg., 80 Queen's Park Cres., Telemann: Quartet; Coulthard: Recital Hall, 5040 Yonge Street, 487-3697. . Songs for Soprano and Strings. 872-2222. .50 to .50. • 7:30: FOUR SEASONS: A Mooredale Festival Singers & Suite, op.40; Mozart: Concerto Tribute to Mary Jackman. Orchestra, David King, cond.; in G, K.216; Byung·Dong Paik: Metropolitan United Church, 56 Mark Fewer, violin; Hazel Nevin Youlmok; Elgar: Introduction Queen St.E., 921·1236, 872· Newton, oboe; Monica Whicher, and Allegro, op.4 7 .George 1111. soprano.Willowdale United Weston Recital Hall, 5040 Church, 349 Kenneth Ave., Yonge Street, 872·2222. 922-3714. ,. to . •12:30: YORKMINSTER PARK BAPTIST CHURCH. Organ Recital. 1585 Yonge St., Free. •B:OO: TORONTO MENDELSSOHN YOUTH CHOIR: A Urtle Stage Music. Opera and musical theatre selections, Robert Cooper, conductor. Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front St. W., 205·5555. ,. •B:OO: TORONTO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. Carter: Partita; Barber: Violin Concerto; Copland: Suite from Appalachiai1 Spring; Gershwin: An American in Paris. Robert Spano, Cond.; Joshua Bell, violin. .25 to .25. •B:OO: FACULTY OF MUSIC. Jazz Ensembles directed by Phil Nimmons and Don Thompson. Walter Hall, Edward Johnson Bldg., 80 Queen's Park Cresc. 978·3744. Free. •12 noon: CBC: Noon Hour Concert. Ernest Chausson: Concerto for Piano, Violin and String Quartet. Peter Longworth, piano; Mark Fewer, violin, Penderecki String Quartet. Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front Street W. 205-5555. Free. •12:10: FACULTY OF MUSIC. Jazz Ensemble directed by Devin Turcotte. Walter Hall, Edward Johnson Bldg., 80 Queen's Park Crase. 978-3744. Free. •12:30: MUSIC AT METROPOLITAN. Organ Futures: Organ recital by Rebecca Loo. Metropolitan United Church, 56 Queen St. E., 363-0331. Free. •B:OO: NORTH YORK SYMPHONY. Beethoven: Overture to Coriolanus, Emperor Concerto, Symphony No.7. Kerry Stratton, conductor; Nat Yontararak, piano. Ford Centre for the Arts, 5040 Yonge St., 872·2222. to . •B:OO: CANADIAN OPERA COMPANY, see Oct. 7. •B:OO TORONTO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA: see Oct. 18. •6:30: OPERA ATELIER. see Oct. 17. es:OO: MUSIC GALLERY. Opera Anonymous: The Rape of Lucretia by Benjamin Britten. Roxolana Rosiak, dir., Judith Van, cond. 179 Richmond St. w .. 204·1080. ,. •6:30: OPERA ATELIER. see Oct. 17. •7:30: TORONTO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. Casual Concert. Copland: Appalachian Spring; Barber; Violin Concerto; Gershwin: An American in Paris. Robert Spano, cond.; Joshua Bell, violin. $ 16.25 to .25. •8:00: GUITAR SOCIETY OF TORONTO. Solo Guitar Recital by Canadian Guitarist Rachel Gauk. Will include the premier performance of a new composition by Omar Daniel commissioned the the Guitar Society of Toronto. •B: OO: OPERA ANONYMOUS: see Oct. 20. •8:00: MOOREDALE CONCERTS. Mozart: Missa •B:OO: TALLIS CHOIR. Taverner to Tavener: Taverner: Missa 'Gloria Tibi Trinitas', Ave Maria; Tavener: Two Hymns to the Mother of God, The Lamb; Tippett: Plebs Angelica. St. Patrick's Church, McCaul Street at Dundas 483·0559. , . •B:OO: LIVENT. Edith Wiens, soprano; Wolfram Rieger, piano. Haydn: Seven Songs; Britten: Five folksong arrangements; Brahms: Six songs; Mussorgsky: " The Nursery". George Weston Recital Hall, 5040 Yonge Street, 872·2222. to . •B:OO: FACULTY OF MUSIC. University of Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Lothar Klein: Concerto for Orchestra; Mozart: Oboe Concerto; Sain·Saens: Cello Concerto No 1 in A Minor, op.33. Dwight Bennett, conductor; Joseph Selvaggio, oboe; Cecilia Lee, cello. MacMillan Theatre, Edward Johnson Bldg., 80 Queen's Park Cresc. 978-3744. ,. •B:OO: BAROQUE MUSIC BY THE GRANGE. "J.S. Bach: Different Perspectives ": Trio· Sonatas in F Major and D Minor, various Preludes, Fugues, Two and Three-Part Inventions, a Suite for solo harpsichord and music from the Mass in B minor. Alison Melville and Colin Savage, recorders; Charlotte Nediger, harpsichord; Michael McGraw. bassoon. Church of St. George the Martyr, 205 John St. 588-4301. ,. •11 :0011m: HARBOURFRONT CENTRE CUSHION CONCERTS. Su-Chong Lim Discovers Canada. Su-Chong Lim sings a cappella, plays guitar and unique Chinese musical instruments, tells story-songs from Canada and Asia. York Quay Centre, 235 Queen's Quay W ., 973·4600. ,. •2:00: HARBOURFRONT COCA-COLA CONCERTS. Concert of classical Iranian music. Ali Zarrin, a Torontobased Iranian musician, will introduce his audience to traditional Iranian music in its authentic form. Water's Edge Cafe, York Quay Centre, 235 Queen's Quay W., 973-3000, Free. •3:00: CLASSICAL CABARET. "Four a Day": Barry Little's playful look at Toronto's Casino Theatre from 1936 to 1960, celebrating, among others, Gypsy Rose Lee, Ella Fitzgerald, Oscar Peterson, Duke Ellington, Mickey Rooney and Basil Rathbone. Deann deGruijter, Monique Lund, Patrick Rose, Singer/dancers; Frank Falco, piano. Walter Hall, Edward Johnson Building, 80 Queen's Park Crase. 925-0284. ,, •3:00: MOOREDALE CONCERTS. See listing for Oct. 21. Timothy Eaton Memorial Church, 230 St. Clair Ave. W ., 922-3714. •7:00: NATALYA TYOMKINA, PIANO; GAUNA LUKOMSKI, SOPRANO. Music by Chopin, Liszt, Verdi, Gounod and Glinka. Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front Street West. , •8:00: OPERA ANONYMOUS: see Oct. 20. •8:00: LIVENT. Juilliard String Quartet. Schubert: Quartet in C, D.46; Elliott Carter: Quartet No.2; Brahms: String Quintet •B:OO: ESPRIT ORCHESTRA. "Canadian Treasure " : R.Murray Schafer: Concerto for Flute and Orchestra; Henry Kucharzyk: Proshthesis # 1; Sergio Barroso: Jitanjafora · Concerto for Violin and Orchestra; Paul Dolden: The Heart Tears Itself Apart ... Alex Pauk, cond., Robert Aitken, flute; Adel Armin, RAAD electric violin; Trevor Tureski, midi-percussion. Jane Mallett Theatre, St. Lawrence Centre, 27 Front St. E., 366·7723. ,.50 •B:OO: CANADIAN OPERA COMPANY, see Oct. 7. •B:OO: HANNAFORD STREET SILVER BAND. "Ivory and Brass •: Kulesha: Sinfonia for Brass Band; Bach: Toccata and Fugue in D minor; Steadman­ AIIen: Fantasy for Piano and Band; Gershwin: Rhapsody in Blue. Jane Mallett Theatre, St. Lawrence Centre, 27 Front St. E. 366·7723. .50,.50 •1:oo: Sr. JAMEs CATHEDRAL. Organ recital. Christopher Dawes, organ. St. James Cathedral, King St. E. at Church St., 369·0020, Free. •s:OO: CANADIAN OPERA COMPANY ORCHESTRA: Salute to France. Operatic arias by Romantic French composers.Tracy Dahl, soprano; Gordon Gietz, tenor; Richard Bradshaw, conductor.Gienn Gould Studio, 250 Front Street West. . •9:00: MUSIC GALLERY. See listing for Oct. 3. 179 Richmond St. W., 204·1080. Organ Recital. 227 Bloor St.E., Free. •12:30: YORKMINSTER PARK BAPTIST CHURCH. Organ Recital. 1585 Yonge St., Free. •B:OO: TORONTO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. Haydn: Symphony No.86; Saint-Saens: Cello Concerto No. 1; Delalance: Simphonies pour les soupers du Roi; Faure: Elegie for Cello and Orchestra. Christopher Hegwood, cond., Steven lsserlis, cello. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe Street, 593· 4828. .25 to .25. •B:OO: FACULTY OF MUSIC. Jazz Ensembles Gary Williamson and Alex Dean, dir.) W alter Hall, Edward .lohnson Bldg., 80 Queen's Park Cresc. 978-3744. Free. •8:00: LIVENT. Garrick Ohlsson, piano. All Chopin programme. George Weston Recital Hall, 5040 Yonge Street, 872-2222. to . Laughton, trumpet; Ross Inglis, piano. Hindemith: Sonata for Trumpet and Piano and music by Bernstein, Ballstedt, Weinzw eig and Mendez. Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front Street West. Free. •12:30: MUSIC AT METROPOLITAN. Organ Futures: Organ recital by Jennifer Hoover. Metropolitan United Church , 56 Queen St. E., 363-0331. Free. •1:30: WOMEN'S MUSICAL CLUB OF TORONTO. Piano Trio with Clarinet: The Guild Trio with Clarinetist, Michel Lethiec. •8:00: MUSIC TORONTO The Cleveland String Quartet (Farewell tour, only Canadian appearance). Mendelssohn: Quartet Op.44, # 1; Corigliano: New Work; Brahms: Quartet in A minor. Jane Mallett Theatre, St. Lawrence Centre. 27 Front St. E. 366-7723, , , (Students) •8:00: T AFELMUSIK: Odes to St. Cecilia. Henry Purcell: Choral Music; G.F. Handel: Hail, bright Cecilia and Ode for St. Cecilia's Day. Trinity-St. Paul's Church, 427 Bloor St. W . 964-6337 •8:00: AUTUMN LEAF PERFORMANCE. WX (dance) John Oswald, "plunderphonics"; Holly Small, Choreographer. DuMaurier Theatre Centre, 231 Queen's Quay West 944·3100. .50,.50 •B:OO: ROYAL CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC: Musica Viva. Handel: Suite of Themes from Rinaldo; Taffanel: Mignon Variations; Gaubert: Three Water Colours; Demersseman: William Tell Variations. Vicki Slechta, flute; Grigory Goldberg, cello; Cecilia lgnatieff, piano; Senia Trubashnik, oboe. 273 Bloor St. W., ,. •8:00: TORONTO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA: see Oct. 25. •8:00: MUSIC GAllERY. Katherine Wheatley: CD release party. 179 Richmond St. W., 204-1080. •8:00: LIVENT. Beaux Arts Trios. Mozart: Trio in C, K.548; Turina: Trio No.2; Schubert: Trio in E.flat, D.929. George Weston Recital Hall, 5040 Yonge Street, 872-2222. to . •8:00: MASSEY HALL Paco de Lucia Sextet. Massey Hall, 178 Victoria Street, 872-4255. to . PERFORMANCE. See Oct. 26. •B:OO: MUSIC GALLERY. Jean-Guy Boisvert: the electric clarinet. Recent works for clarinet, computer and tape by Alcides Lanza, Francisco Luque and Jean Piche. 179 Richmond St. W ., 204-1080. .. •8:00: TAFELMUSIK See Oct. 26 •8:00: ORPHEUS CHOIR OF TORONTO. "Orph eus Brittanicus •: The choir commemorates the tercentenary of the death of Henry Purcell. St. James' Cathedral, 65 Church Street, 530·4428. ,. •8:00: ROY THOMSON HALL Cwmbach Male Choir with Gaynor Jones, soprano. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe Street, 872-4255. .50, .50. •1:30 11nd 3:30: TORONTO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. "Trick or Treat to a Wicked Beat" (Wear a Hallowe'en costume l): Boris Brott, cond. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe Street, 593-4828. .50. •8:00: MARQUIS CLASSICS. Rachel Gauk and Friends: A chamber music recital by guitarist, Rachel Gauk, f lautist, Susan Hoeppner and one other musican, TBA. Bellefair United Church, Queen St. E. at Bellefair Ave., 690-7662, ,. •8:00: AMADEUS CHOIR. 1995 Gabrieli: Double Choir works with Brass; Tallis: Spem in Allum; J .S. Bach: Singet dem Herrn; Hawley: Two Motets. Lydia Adams, cond., Eleanor Daley, organ; members of the Hannaford Street Silver Band. George Weston Recital Hall, 5040 Yonge St., 652· 2077 ,872·2222, 324·9333., single ticket prices not available at time of publication. •B:OO: FACULTY OF MUSIC. John Kruspe, Piano: Beethoven: Sonata in E flat, op. 7; Brahms: Scherzo in E flat minor, op. 4 & Klavierstucke, op. 119; Chopin: Barcarolle, op.60 & Scherzo in C sharp minor, p39; Schubert: Sonata in G, V.894, op.78. Walter Hall, Edward Johnson Bldg., 80 Queen's Park Cresc. 978-3744. , $ 15,. •B:OO: MUSIC GALLERY. Chesterfield Inlet CD Release Concert. A unique blend of popular, jazz and f olk. Andrea Koziol, vocals; Bill Brennan, piano; Tom Hazlitt, bass; Mike Billard, drums. 179 Richmond St. W., 204-1080. 5 incl. CD or without. •8:00: NEW MUSIC CoNCERTS. Erotikos Logos. World premieres of three song cycles by Christos Hat zis, with discussion beginning at 7: 15. Monica Whicher, soprano; Kyle Church Chesebrough, countertenor. Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front Street West. ,. •8:00: AUTUMN LEAF PERFORMANCE. See Oct. 26. •8:00: ETOBICOKE COMMUNITY CoNCERT BAND. Lively classical and contemporary repertoire from around the world, including popular showtunes, fanfares and dances. Beatriz Remedios, piano; John Liddle, trumpet; Christine Knight, actress. Etobicoke Collegiate, 86 Montgomery Road, 233-7468. . •8:00: T AFELMUSIK See Oct. 26 "The Lure of Hollywood": Songs captured on celluloid by Rise Stevens, Mario Lanza, Richard Tauber, Jeannette MacKonald, Nelson Eddy and Deanna Durbin. Glenda Balkan, Paul Masse!, Kerry McShane, dir. Jane Mallett Theatre, St. Lawrence Centre, 27 Front St. E., 363-7723, . •2:00: ROYAL CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC 1- Ping Wang, Piano. Bartok: Suite Op. 14; Beethoven: Eroica Variations; Tchaikovsky: Dumka; Liszt: Scherzo and March. Art Gallery of Ontario, 3 17 Dundas St. W., ,. •2:00: ROY THOMSON HALL Military Band Spectacular. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe Street, 872-4255. to . •3:00: TORONTO CHAMBER SOCIETY. Music of the Middle Ages: An exploration of early chant, liturgical dramas, pilgrim songs and courtly love lyrics. Church of the Redeemer, Bloor St. at Avenue Rd., 865·8 106. . •3:00: KOFFLER CENTRE OF THE ARTS. "Musica Viva and Friends": W.G. Still: Miniatures; Madeleine Dring: Trio; S.l. Glick: Sonata for Flute and Piano; Ben Haim: Songs without Words; Fitelberg: Music Miniatures. Vicki Slechta, flute; Cecilia lgnatieff, piano; Senia Trubashnik, oboe. Leah Posluns Theatre, 4588 Bathurst Street, 636-1880. . •3:30: TAFELMUSIK See Oct. 2 6 •4:00: FIDENTIA KORP. The Music of Lembit Avesson. Tamara Leheal, soprano; Irene Loosberg, contralto; Avo Kittask, baritone. Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front Street West. . •8:00: LIVENT. Ravi Shankar, sirar. Improvisations. George Weston Recital Hall, 5040 Yonge Street, 872-2222. to . •8:00: AUTUMN LEAF PERFORMANCE. See Oct. 26. •12:10: FACULTY OF MUSIC. An electroacoustic Music Concert fearuring " Twentieth Cenrury Classics·. A lecturedemonstration by clarinettist, Jean-Guy Boisvert. Music by Serio, Boulez, Denisov, Jolivet, Messiaen, Stockhausen and Stravinsky. Walter Hall, Edward Johnson Bldg., 80 Queen's Park Crase. 978-3744. Free. •8:00: FACULTY OF MUSIC. "Music with Friends • · Chamber music by Gary Kulesha. Night Music, Trio for Violin, Cello and Piano, ... and dark t ime f lowed by her like a river. . ., Second Sonata f or Piano. Stephen Clarke, David Bourque, Barbara Hannigan, Shauna Rolston and Mark Skazinetsky. Walter Hall, Edward Johnson Bldg., 80 Queen's Park Cresc. 978-3744. , •8:00: ROY THOMSON HALL. Bolshoi Symphony Orchestra. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe Street, 872·4255. to . •12 noon to 2pm: FACULTY OF MUSIC. Lecrure by renowned Canadian tenor, Jon Vickers: Philosophy of Art - Lecture 1 . Walter Hall, Edward Johnson Bldg., 80 Queen's Park Cresc. 978-3744. Free. •2:30: fACULTY OF MUSIC. Film: Jon Vickers: A Man and His Music. Walter Hall, Edward Johnson Bldg., 80 Queen~s• Pi!rk Crase. 978·3744. Free. •1:oo: Sr. JAMES CATHEDRAL. Organ recital.­ Douglas Bodle, organ. Programme TBA. St. Jame'! Cathedral, King St. E. at Church St., 369-0020, Free. ' •B:OO: LIVENT. Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra and Choir: Purcell: Ode for St. Cecilia of 1692; Handel: Ode for St. Cecilia's Day . With Ann Monoyios, soprano; Benjamin Butterfield, t enor. George Weston Recital Hall, 5040 Yonge Street, 872-2222. to . •B:OO: FACULTY OF MUSIC. Lecture by renowned Canadian tenor, Jon Vickers: Philosophy of Art- Lecture 2. Walter Hall, Edward Johnson Bldg., 80 Queen's Park Cresc. 978·3744. Free. •8:00: MUSIC TORONTO The St. Lawrence String Quartet with Lorand Fenyves, violinist. Mozart: Quartet in B flat, K. 458 ("The Hunt"), Quartet in C, K. 515; Bartok:Quartet#4. 27 Front St. E., 366-7723, , , (Students) Erratum THE PHRASE "VIOLA JOKES" ON OUR COVER SHOULD READ "VIOLA JONES. 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