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Volume 1 Issue 3 - November 1995

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Page Two Buried Pleature: Ten free tickets We have two free tickeh available for uch concert marked © in the littingt. Fiut twe callert after 9.00am en any day for u long u tickeh remain! (416) 603-3786. MUSIC 4f UMBRELLA OPUS ZOO Wind music by Berio, Irving Fine, Anton Reicha & John Weinzweig Friday Nov 10, 8pm LA NYMPHE DU LADON Music by Handel, Chopin, Freedman, Arcuri, & Oliver K.nussen with Valdene Anderson soprano, Robin Kortgaard, piano & Carl Savage, flute Sat Nov 18, 8pm Eastminster United 310 Danforth Ave .00 & .00 Info, tickets 461-6681 I • I t I 1 })}) e 12:10: ST. PAUL'S CHURCH. Organ recital. 227 Bloor St. E. 961-8116. Free .b e 12:30: YORKMINSTER PARK BAPTIST CHURCH. Organ Recital. 1585 Yonge. 925-7312. Free .b e 8:00: ANCIENT COMIC OPERA COMPANY. Clouds by Aristophanes -Musical production. Poor Alex Theatre, 296 Brunswick Ave. 944-2329. Performances every night from Tuesday to Saturday: .50, .50 (Tues. to Thurs.); .50, .50 (Fri. & Sat.) .50,.50 (2:30 Sunday matinee). Discounts and group rates available - call 944- 2329. e 8:00: TAPESTRY MUSIC THEATRE. No No Miya by Rudolph Komorous. Wayne Strongman, music dir. Billie Bridgman, stage dir. with Judith Forst & John Fanning. DuMaurier Theatre Centre, Harbourfront, 973-4000. ,,. To November 5 e 8:00: TORONTO SYMPHONY. A Great Performers Recital with Eldar Nebolsin, piano. Music by: Gubaidulina, Mozart, and Chopin. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe Street, 593-482B. .25 to .25. e 12:00: GLENN GOULD STUDIO. Alexander Tselyakov, piano. Beethoven: Sonata #31 , op.110 and music by Albeniz, Glick, Liszt and Chopin. 250 Front St. W. 205-5555. Free .b e 12: 10: FACULTY OF MUSIC, Lecture. "Singing Schumann's Dichterliebe, op.48". Jon Vickers, tenor. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park Cresc. 97B-3750. Free .b e 8:00: FORD CENTRE. Salzburg Mozarteum Orchestra. Mozart: Symphony #29 in A, K. 201 ; Violin Concerto #4 in D, K. 218; Symphony #40 in g minor, K. 550. Hubert Soudant, cond. Hideko Udagawa, violin. George Weston Recital Hall, 5040 Yonge St . 872-2222. t o . e 8:00: GLENN GOULD STUDIO. Penderecki String Quartet and Jam es Parker, piano. Dvorak : MAURA McGROARTY 235 McRae Drive Toronto, O ntario Canad a M4G 1T6 Te1:(416) 422-2522 1-800-624-2748 THE CHORAL STORE _____ F_ax: (416) 422-4065 November at the Music Gallery Tuesday 7 CONTINUUM - Live Wi19 Works by KAIJA SAARIAHO, LIN DA BOUCHARD, MAURIC IO KAGEL, LO UIS AND RIESS EN. Thursday 9 40 FINGERS A phenomenal saxophone quan et-CHIYOKO SZLAVNICS, NIC GOTHAM, PETER LUTEK. DAVID MOIT. Saturday 11 TIM BRADY Adventures in solo electric guitar by one of Canada's strongest new musk voices, Wednesday 15 PLEXUS - METROPOLIS Real-time electronic soundtrack by Plexus accompanying Fritz Lang' s 1927 masterpiece. Thursday 16 FRANCOIS HOULE TRIO One of Canada's most impre.~sive new jazz bands. Friday 17 AKIKAZU NAKAMURA Shakuhachi master Nakamura presents an evening of traditional and contemporaJy works. Wednesday 29 DREAMING OF BEAUTY High-tech primitive. Schemes for electronics, shakuhachi, tabla, voice and love. 179 Richmond Street W. call 204-1 080 Quintet in A Major for Piano and Strings, op.81; Viktor Ullman: String Quartet op.46. 250 Front St. W. 205-5555. ,. e 10:30pm: ANCIENT COMIC OPERA COMPANY. Lysistrata by Aristophanes • Musical production. Poor Alex Theatre, 296 Brunswick Ave. 944-2329. Performances every Thursday night in November at this time. .50,. Discounts and group rates available -call 944-2329. e 8:00: FACULTY OF MUSIC. Lecrure. Wagner's Operatic Roles. Jon Vickers, tenor. Walter Hall, BO Queen's Park Cresc. 97B- 3750. Free .b e 8:00: FORD CENTRE. Muir String Quartet. Mozart: Quartet in C, K. 465 (" Dissonant" ); Joan Tower: Quartet "Night Fields" (1993); Beethoven: Quartet in e minor, op. 59 ("Rasumovsky"). George Weston Recital Hall, 5040 Yonge St. B72-2222. to . e 8:00: TORONTO CONSORT. The Pia y of Daniel • 13th Century French Medieval liturgical Drama. David Fallis, dir. Trinity-St.Paul's United Church, 427 Bloor St. W. 964-6337. ,,. e 12:00 midnight: ANCIENT COMIC OPERA COMPANY. Lysistrata by Aristophanes - Musical production. Poor Alex Theatre, 296 Brunswick Ave. 944-2329. Performances every Friday and Saturday night in November at this time. .50,. Discounts and group rates available • call 944-2329. e 11:00: HARBOURFRONT CENTRE CusHION CONCERTS. Robert Minden Ensemble. York Quay Centre, 235 Queen' s Quay 973-4600. Free ~ e 8:00: CHURCH OF ST. MARY MAGDALENE. The Chauncels as in Tymes Past. English a cappella choral music f rom the reigns of Henry VIII, Edward VI, Mary Tudor and Elizabeth I. Gallery Choir, Robert Hunter Bell, cond. Trinity College Chapel, 6 Hoskin Ave. 769-7991 . ,. e 8:00: FORD CENTRE. Empire Brass Quintet. Renaissance dances and music by J.S. Bach, Grieg, Rimsky-Korsakov, Stravinsky, ProkofieV, Rameau, Hildegard von Bingen, Miles Davis and others. George W eston Recital Hall, 50 4 0 Yonge St . 872· 2222. .50 to .50. e 8 :00: MooREDALE CONCERTS. Bach: Piano Concerto in f minor; Mozart: Eine Kleine Nachtmusik; Dvorak: String Quintet. Jacques lsraelievitch, violin; Edward Tait, double bass; Wonny Song, piano. Willowdale United Church, 349 Kenneth Ave. 922-3714. , e 2:00: HARBOURFRONT·COCA· COLA CONCERT. World Jazz Ensemble, "Mecca ". John Gzowski, Ernie Tollar, George Koller, Rick Lazar and Alan Hetherington. Water's Edge Cafe, York Quay Cent re, 2 35 Queen's Quay W. 973-4600. Free .b e 2:00: ROYAL CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC. Works for cello and piano by Debuss y, Franck and Faure. Kent McWilliams, piano; Mihail Tetel, cello. Art Gallery of Ontario, 31 7 Dundas St. W . 408- 2824 ext .321. ,. e 3:00: MOOREDALE CONCERTS. Timot hy Eat on Memorial Church, 230 St. Clair Ave. W . 922-371 4. See list ing for Nov. 4 . e 8:00: A MADEUS ENSEMBLE. Bartok: Contrasts. Stravinsky: L'hist oire du Soldat; Saint-Saens: Sonata f or clarinet; Cardy: Tango; Mozart: Violin Sonat a # 10, K.378 . J ames Campbell, clarinet; Moshe Hammer, violin; Andrew Burashko, piano. Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front St . W. 205- 5555. 5 , . e 8 :00: FORD CENTRE. Beethoven Piano and Violin Sonatas. Sonat a in D, op. 12 , 11 1; Sonat a in a minor, op. 23; Sonat a in A, op. 12 , #2; Sonat a in G, op. 30 . 113. Jane Coop, piano; Andrew Daw es, violin. George W eston Recital Hall, 5040 Yonge St . 872· 2222 . $ 17.50 to 7 .50. • 8:00: MUSIC GALLERY. Caliban Quartet. Music by Michael Welsh , Carlos Rodriquez, W alter Buczynski, Jc hn Corigliano, Jan Jarvlepp. 17 9 Richmond St. W. 20 4 -1080 . $ 10,. e 1:00: ST. JAMES' CATHEDRAL: ORGAN RECITAL. Thomas Fi tches. 65 Church St. 364 -7865 Free J.) e 8:00: FORD CENTRE. Sergio and Odair A ssad , duo guit arist s from Brazil - Met ro Toronto debut. Sor: Fant asia, op. 54; Rameau : Rigaudon, Les tendres plaintes, Le rappel des oiseaux f rom " Pieces de Clavacin". George Weston Recital Hall, 5040 Yonge St. 872-2222. to . e 8 :00: GLENN GOULD STUDIO. Les Violons du Roy. Music by C.P.E. Bach and Haydn. Bernard Labadie, cond. Colin Tilney, harpsichord. 250 Front St. W. 205-5555. . e 8 :00: MUSIC GALLERY. Continuum - Live Wire. Music by Kaija Saariaho, linda Bouchard, Warren Copeland, Fergus Johnston, Jauricio Kagel, Louis Andriessen, Van Marasz. 179 Richmond St.W. 204-1080. ,. e 12:10: ST. PAUL'S CHURCH. Organ recital. 227 Bloor St. E. 961-8116. Free .b e 12:30: YoRKMINSTER PARK BAPTIST CHURCH. Organ Recital. 1585 Yonge St. 925-7312. Free .b e 6:45: TORONTO SYMPHONY. Evening Overtures Chamber Music. Chamber music by Sir Michael Tippett and other composers. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe Street, 593-482B. .50. e 8 :00: ANNEX CONSORT CHAMBER CHOIR. Duo Celebrations • Music of Purcell & Faure. Purcell: Funeral Music f or Queen Mary; Faure: Messe Basse. Ron Cheung, cond. Church of St. Mary Magdalene, 136 Ulster St. 968- 7236. ,. e 8:00: FACULTY OF MUSIC. Jazz Ensembles dir. by Roy Patterson & Chase Sanborn. Faculty and student arrangement s and compositions. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park Cresc . 97B-3750. Free .b e 8:00: MASSEY HALL. The Chief tains. 178 Victoria St. 872- 4255. .75 to $ 32.75. e 8:00: MUSIC GALLERY. Charlie Roby. World Influenced Pop. 17 9 Richmond St. W. 204-1 0 80 . . e 8:00: TORONTO SYMPHONY. The Rose Lake. Music by Tippett, Mendelssohn and Beethoven. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe Street , 593-4828. 6.2 5 to .25. e 12:00: GLENN GOULD STUDIO. Duets and Solos. Songs by Mozart, Brahms, Faure, Delibes and John Greer. Monica Whicher, soprano; Mary Delli Colli, mezzosoprano; John Greer, piano . 250 Front St. W. 20 5 -5555. Free J.) • 12: 10: FACULTY OFMUSIC. Student jazz ensemble dir. by Paul Read. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park Cresc . 978-3750. Free .b e 6:45: TORONTO SYMPHONY. Classic lntros lecture b y Sir Michael Tippett. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 S1mcoe St reet , 593-4828 .50. e 8 :00: MUSIC GALLERY. 40 Fingers Saxophone Quartet. Chiyoko Szlavnics, Nic Got ham, Peter Lutek, David Mott. 179 Richmond St. W . 204-1080 . 0 ,. e 8:00: TORONTO SYMPHONY. See Nov. B. e 8 :00: ELMER ISELER SINGERS WITH THE AEOUAN WINDS. Voices and Winds. Harry Freedman : The Tokaido ; lmant Raminsh : Stabat Mater. Elmer lseler, cord. St. Patrick 's Church, 14 1 McCaul St. 595-0 937 ' ,$ 15. • 8:00: EXULT ATE CHAMBER SINGERS. Res t Eternal Grant Unto Them. Maurice Durufle: Requiem; Herbert How ells: Requiem; Take Him, Earth, f or Cherishing . John Tuttle, cond. Bruce Ubukata, organ. St. Thomas' Church, 38 3 @ Huron St. 9 6 1-8382. $ 18,$ 15 ,. e 8:00: FACULTY OF MUSIC. U. of T. Chamber Orchestra. Grieg: Holberg Suite; Mozart: Piano Concerto in D Major, K.48B; Tippett: Corelli Variat ions. David Zafer, cond. William Aide, piano. W alter Hall., BO Queen's Pk. Cresc . 978-3744. . e 8 :0 0: FORD CENTRE. Frederica von Stade, m ezzo soprano; M artin Katz, piano. Operatic arias and art songs. George Weston Recit al Hall, 5040 Yonge St. 8 72-2222. 1 to . e 8:00: GLENN GOULD STUDIO. Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson Trio with Joaquin Valdepenas, clarinet. Music by Haydn , Beet hoven, Mendelssohn and Leon Kirchner. 250 Front St. W . 205-5555. . e 8:00: MUSIC UMBRELLA CONCERTs . Opus Zoo. Luciano Serio: Opus Zoo. Irving Fine: Partita for Winds; John W einzw eig: W ind Quint et ; Anton Reicha: Quint et in a minor. Carol Ann Savage, f lute; Colin Savage, clarinet ; Karen Rot enberg, oboe; Complete Live Concert Li. Christian Sharpe, bassoon; Niel Spaulding, horn. Eastminster United Church, 31 0 Danforth A Ave. 461-6681 . ,,. ~ e 8 :00: MUSIC GALLERY. Ken Whiteley: Jazz-Folk. 179 Richmond St. W . 204-1080. . e 8:00: ROYAL CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC. Royal Conservatory Orchestra. Wagner: Siegfried Idyll; Croall: Insomnia. Gary Kulesha, cond. Royal Conservatory of Music Concert Hall, 273 Bloor St. W . 408-2824 ext.321. ,. e 6:45: TORONTO SYMPHONY. See Nov. 8, 6:45. e 8:00: ACADEMY CONCERT SERIES. Toronto Classical Players. Music by Beet hoven, Mozart, Haydn and Boccherini. Sharon Burlacoff, fortepiano; Nicolai Tarasov, clarinet; Mary Kat herine Finch, violoncello; Anthony Rapaport, viola; l arry Beckwith, violin; Chris Reibling, violin. Eastminster United Church, 31 0 Danforth Ave. 92B·1257. ,,. e 8:00: FACULTY OF MUSIC, Concert Band. Cable: Ontario Pictures; Amram: Chano Pozo; Gershwin: Suite f rom Porgy and Bess; Parker: Chorale Homage to Anton Bruckner. Cameron Walter, cond. MacMillan Theatre, BO Queen' s Pk. Cresc. 978-3744. . e 8:00: FORD CENTRE. Chick Corea, piano. George Weston Recital Hall, 5040 Yonge St. 872· 2222. to . e 8:00: MUSIC GALLERY. Tim Brady. Innovative solo electric guitar by a new voice in Canadian new music. 179 Richmond St. W. 204 -1080. $ 10,. e 8 :00: OPERA IN CONCERT, Zar und Zimmermann, by Albert Lortzing. Opera in Concert Chorus, Robert Cooper, cond. with Paul Massel, Joanne Hounsell, Thomas Goerz. Jane Mallett Theatre, St. l awrence Centre, 27 Front St . E. 366· 7723, ,$ 18 . e 8:00: TORONTO SYMPHONY. See Nov. 8 . e 2:00: HARBOURFRONT-COCA· COLA CONCERT. Nazka (Eight· member Latin-American band). A frican-based Peruv1an . Venezuelan and Caribbean music . Water's Edge Cafe. York Quay Centre, 2 3 5 Queen' s Quay W . 973-4 600. Free J.) e 2:00: OPERA IN CONCERT. Zar und Zimmermann, with Steven P1tkanen, Suzanne Kompass, Lenard Whit ing, Bruce Kelly. Jane Mallett Theatre, St. Lawrence Centre, 2 7 Front St. E. 3 6 6- 772 3 . ,. e 2:00: ROYAL CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC. Duos by Mozart, Martinu, Alessandro Rolla. Rennie Regehr, viola; Jacques lsraelievitch , violin . Art Gallery of Ontario, 3 17 Dundas St . W . 408-2 824 ext.321 . , . • 2:30: A LDEBURGH CONNECTION. Orpheus Then and Now. Sir Michael Tippett: Boyhood's End; The Heart's Assurance; St ring Quartet; Works by Henry Purcell. Valdine Anderson , soprano; Benjamin Butterfield, t enor; James Westman, baritone; Stephen Ralls & Bruce Ubukat a, piano; New Music Concerts String Quartet. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Pk . Cresc . 423-9318. ,. e 2:30: TORONTO EARLY MUSIC CENTRE. French Harpsichord Music. Music by Louis Marchand, Gaspard l eRoix, Charbonieres & Jean-Henri D' Anglebert. Mary lim, Harpsichord . Royal Ont ario Museum, 100 Queen's Pk. 966- 1409. Free w ith RO M admission. e 3:00: BAROQUE MUSIC BY THE GRANGE. Mrs. Sutherland's Coffee House. Music by Haydn, Beethoven, Mozart, James Osw ald, Francis Hopkinson , Alexander Reinagle. Paul Jenkins, t enor & harpsichord; Terry Mc Kenna, guit ar & mandolin ; Alison Melville, flute & recorder; Colin Savage, clarinet & recorder; Vivian Sofronitsky, harpsichord. Church of St . John t he Martyr, 20 5 John St. 58 8 -4301 . $ 15,. e 3:00: TRINITY-ST. PAUL's VOCAL CONCERT SERIES. A Cappella ensemble "Eight of Us", 427 Bloor St. W. 9 22-84 3 5 . , . e 8:00: FORD CENTRE. Elly Ameling, soprano; Rudolf Jansen, piano. Metro Toronto Farew ell Recit al. All Schubert programme. George W eston Recit al Hall, 50 4 0 Yonge St. 872-2222. .50 to .5 0 . e 8:00: FACULTY OF MUSIC. Jo­ Anne Bentley, mezzo-soprano; William Aide, piano. Mahler: Ruckert lieder; Robert Badsa: Songs t o Poems of Emily Dickinson and music by Georges Bizet, Carol Loewe & Olivier Messiaen. Walter Hall., 80 Queen' s Park Cresc. 978-3750. $ 15,. @ e 1:00: ST. JAMES' CATHEDRAL: PIANO RECITAL. Chopin: Three Mazurk as, op. 59; Noct urne in D f lat, op. 27; sonata in b f lat minor, op. 35. Martin Humphreys, piano. 65 Church St. 364 -7865 Free J.) e 2:00: FORD CENTRE. Master class with soprano, Elly Ameling. George Weston Recit al Hall, 5040 Yonge St . B72-2222. $ 15 . e 8 :00: GLENN GOULD STUDIO. Julian Lloyd Webber, cello with John Lenehan, piano. 250 Front St . W . 205-5555. . e 9:00: MUSIC GALLERY. CCMC. Collect ively created, freely formed music . Michael Snow, piano, synt h. John Oswald, sax; Paul Dutton, soundsinging. 179 Richmond W. 204-1080, Free .b e 12:10: ST. PAUL'S CHURCH. Organ recital. 227 Bloor St . E. 961-B11 6. Free .b e 12:30: YoRKMINSTER PARK BAPTIST CHURCH. Organ Recital. 1585 Yonge St.925-7312. Free .b e 8:00: FACULTY OF MUSIC. Contemporary Music Ensemble. Music by Fodi, Beckwith and Kabe. Gary Kulesha, cond . Walter Hall., 80 Queen' s Park Cresc . 978-3750. Free J.) e 8:00: FORD CENTRE. Richard Stoltzman, clarinet; Lukas Foss, piano. Gershw in: Three Preludes; Copland: Four Piano Blues; lves: Serenity; Steve Reich : New York Count erpoint; Foss: Composer' s Holiday; Hindemit h: Sonata for clarinet and piano; Bernstein: Sonata f or clarinet and piano. George Weston Recital Hall, 504 0 Yonge St. 872 -2222. t o . e 8:00: GLENN GOULD STUDIO. Penderecki String Quartet and Janina Ralkowska, piano. Brahms: Piano Quintet; String quartets by Bartok and Beethoven. 250 Front St. W . 205-5555. 5,. e 8:00: M USIC GALLERY. Plexus - Metropolis. Real-time electronic soundtrack created by Plexus accompanying Fritz Lang's 19 27 Mast erpiece. 179 R1chmond St. w. 20 4-10 80 . . e 8 :00: T ORONTO SYMPHONY. Mahler, Th e Great Symphonist. Mahler: Symphony No.2 (" Resurrection"), cond; Andrew Davis w it h Gianna Roland•. Maureen Forrester and The Toronto Mendelssohn Choir. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe Street, 593-4828 . $ 16.25 to 9.25. e 12:00: GLENN GOULD STUDIO. Young Performer Performance. Karina Gauvin , soprano ; Michael McMahon , piano. 250 Front St. W . 205-5555. Free J.) e 12:10: FACULTY OF M USIC, Music and Poetry. Benjamin Britt en : Canticle Ill; Alban Berg: Four Songs, op.2; Michael Colvin, t enor; Gabe Radford, horn; Vdm lndra Vitols, mezzo-soprano; John Hawkins, piano. Walter Hall., 80 Queen's Park Cresc. 978-3 750. Free J.) e 8:00: FORD CENTRE. l tzhak Perlman, violin; Samuel Sanders, piano. Programme TBA. George Weston Recital Hall, 50 40 Yonge St. 872-2 222. 6 t o . e 12:00: GLENN GOULD STUDIO.' The Emperor Quartet: In Perfect Time. Music by Elgar , l ehar, W aldteufel, Tchaikovsky, Kreisler and Delibes. 250 Front St. W . 205-5555. Free J.) e 8:00: M USIC TORONTO. Tokyo Quartet. Haydn: Quartet in C, op. 76, #3 (" Kaiser" ); Shost akovich: Quartet #8, op. 110; Beethoven: Quartet in a minor, op. 132. Jane Mallett Theat re, St. l awrence Cent re, 2 7 Front St. E. 2 14 · 1660 . ,, . e 8:00: MUSIC GALLERY. Francois Houle Trio. Hot jazz from Vancouver, led by clarinetist, Houle. 179 Richmond St. W . 204- 1080. ,. e 8:00: TORONTO SYMPHONY. See Nov. 15 . e 1:30 & 8 :00: Ro Y THOMSON HALL. The Glenn Miller Orchestra. 60 Simcoe St . 872-4255 . to . e 8 :00: FACULTY OF MUSIC. U. of T. Symphony Orchestra and Chorus. Music by Britten, Bruckner and Raminsh. Doreen Rao, cond. MacMillan Theatre, 80 Queen' s Pk. Cresc. 978-3744. 0, .

ngs for November 1995 fRIDAY 17, CONTINUED e 8 :00: FORO CENTRE. Quertetto Gelato. Pure musical fun from a repertoire ranging from the standard classics to Neapolitan songs and operatic arias. George Weston Recital Hall, 5040 Yonge St. 872-2222. to .50. • 8:00: GLENN GOULD STUDIO. Duke Ellington & the Sophisticated Lady. A tribute to Duke Ellington. Anna Romaine, vocals; Norm Amadio's Orchestra and guest, Jim Galloway. 250 Front St. W. 205-5555. . e 8:00: MUSIC GAUERY. Akikezu Nakamura. Master shakuhachi player, Nakamura presents an evening of traditional and contemporary works. 179 Richmond St. W. 204·1080. ,. e 11:00: HARBOURFRONT CENTRE CUSHION CONCERTS, Guitars Across Time. Guitar, bouzouki and clarinet player, Bill Katsioutas. York Quay Centre, 235 Queen's Quay W . 973-4600. Free .b e 8 :00: MUSIC UMBRELLA CONCERTS. La Nymphe du Ledon. Serge Arcuri: La Nympha du Ladon; Harry Freedman: Toccata; Lowell Lieberman; Oliver Knussen: Whitman Settings; music by Handel and Chopin. Valdene Anderson, soprano; Carol Ann Savage, flute; Robert Kortgaard, piano. Eastminster @ United Church, 310 Danforth Ave.461-6681. ,,. e 8 :00: NORTH YORK SYMPHONY. The Virtuoso Trumpet. Purcell: Concerto for Piccolo Trumpet and Strings; Cowell, arr. Carnival of Venice, Canadian Odyssey, Post Horn Gallop. Kerry Stratton, cond. Johnny Cowell, trumpet. George Weston Recital Hall, 5040 Yonge St. 324-9333,872 -2222. to . • 8:00: TE DEUM ORCHESTRA AND CHORUS. Incredible Graces. Henry Purcell: If music be the f ood of love, play ; Sound t he t rumpet; 'Tis Nature's Voice; Harpsichord Suite #4 in g minor; Two-in-One upon a ground . John Blow: Ode on t he Death of Mr. Henry Purcell. Richard Burney-Smit h, cond. Richard Cunningham & Peter Mahon, counter-tenors. Glenn Gould St udio, 250 Front St. w. 20 5 ·5555. $ 19,$ 15 . e 8:00: TORONTO SYMPHONY. See Nov. 15. e 2:00: HARBOURFRONT·COCA· COLA CONCERT. Catie Curtis, Bost on-based singer-songw riter. W ater's Edge Cafe. York Quay Centre, 235 Queen ' s Quay W. 973·4600 . Free .b e 2:00: ROYAL CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC. Roman tic Odyssey. Schubert: Fantasia for 4 Hands; solo w orks by Liszt and Chopin. Allan Zacarelli and Leok adia Kanovich, piano. Art Gallery of Ontario, 3 17 Dundas St . W. 408- 28 24 ext.321. , . e 8:00: GLENN GOULD STUDIO. Gryphon Trio. Music by Haydn, Smalley and Schubert. 250 Front St. W . 205·5555. ,$ 15 . e 8 :00: ESPRIT ORCHESTRA. Firebrands. Omar Daniel: Lacrymosa; Jeffrey Ryan : Pangaea; Patrick Carrabre: The Gates of Heaven; Andrew St ew art: The Lines of Your Metal Bra. Alex Pauk, cond. Gwen Hoebig, Blair McKay , soloists. J ane M allett Theatre, 27 Front St. E. 366-7723 . ,$ 12 .50. Vienna - The City of Strauss. Music bv J. Strauss Jr., F. Doppler, Vanhal, Berlioz, Bottesini. J.-P. Saraste; cond.Nora Shulman, flute; Joel Quarrington, double bass. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe Street, 593-4828. .25 to .25. e 1:00: ST. JAMES' CATHEDRAL: ORGAN RECITAL. William Wright. 65 Church St. 364-7865 Free .b e 7:30: OPERA ATEUER. Mozart's Magic Fantasy: A journey through "The Magic Flute". Curtis Sullivan, Shari Saunders, Robert Herriot, Meredith Hall, Kelly Campbell. MacMillan Theat re, 80 Queen's Pk. Cresc. 925-3767. 6 to . e 8:00: MUSIC TORONTO. St. Lawr ence Quartet with James Sommerville, French horn. Mendelssohn: Quartet in a minor, op. 13; Mozart: Quintet in E flat, K.407; Schumann: Quartet in a minor, op. 41, N1. Jane Mallett Theatre, St. Lawrence Centre, 27 Front St. E. 214-1660. ,,. e 8:00: TORONTO SYMPHONY. See Nov. 20. e 9 :00: MUSIC GALLERY. CCMC. See Nov. 14. e 12:10: ST. PAUL' s CHURCH. · Organ recital. 227 Bloor St. E. 961-8116. Free .b • 12:30: YORKMINSTER PARK BAPTIST CHURCH. Organ Recital. 158 5 Yonge. 925-7312. Free .b e 8 :00: ELMER ISELER SINGERS. A special centenary choral tribute to the patron saint of music, Saint Cecilia. St Cecilia's Church, 161 Annette St. 537-7020, ,$ 15. e 8:00: FACULTY OF MUSIC. Jazz • Ensembles, Kirk MacDonald & Terry Promane dir. Walter Hall, 80 Queen 's Park Cresc. 9 78-3750. Free .b e 8:00: T ORONTO SYMPHONY. See Nov . 20 . e 12:00: GLENN GOULD STUDIO. Robert end Clare Wieck Schumann: composers, friends, spouses, lovers . Heat her Toe w s, piano . 250 Front St. W. 205- 5555. Free .b e 1:30: WOMEN' S MUSICAL CLUB OF TORONTO. Quetuor Parisii String Quar tet in t heir North American debut. Walter Hall, 8 0 Queen's Park Cresc. 4 87-3697. . e 8 :00: NORTH YORK SYMPHONY. Weber: Oberon Overture; Haydn: Symphony # 104 ; M endelssohn : Symphony #3. Robert Stankovsky, cond. George Weston Recital Hall, 5 0 4 0 Yonge St. 324-9333, 872-2222. t o . e 8:00: ELMER ISELER SINGERS. Choral music by Bach, M ozart, Brahms and Copland and a selection of Canadian Christ mas carols and partsongs. londale United Church, 1 15 lonview Rd. 759-4224. . e 8:00: FACULTY OF MUSIC. The Percussion Ensemble, Robin Engleman , dir. W alter Hall, 80 Queen's Park Crase. 978 -375 0 . Free .b e 8:00: FORO CENTRE. RICHARD RAYMOND, PIANO. Beethoven : Sonata in c sharp minor; Brahms: Three Intermezzi, op . 11 7 ; Bartok: Improvisations; Liszt: Sonata in b minor. George Weston Recital Hall, 5040 Yonge I St. 872·2222. to . e 8:00: GLENN GOULD STUDIO. Amici Ensemble. Dvorak: Serenade in d minor, op.44 for winds; Nielsen: Serenata in Vano; Britten Six Metamorphoses after ·Ovid, op.49; Glinka: Trio Pathetique; Weinzweig: Impromptus. Joaquin Valdepenas, clarinet; David Hetherington, cello; Patricia Parr, piano; and guests. 250 Front St. W . 205· 5555. ,,. e 8:00: OPERA IN CONCERT. Primedonne, s tarring Mary Lou Fallis. Jane Mallett Theatre, St. Lawrence Centre, 27 Front St. E. 366·7723, ,. • 1:00: OPERA ATEUER. See Nov. 21 . e 1:30 & 3 :30: TORONTO YOUTH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. Introduction to the Orchestra. David Zafer, cond. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe Street, 593- 4828. .50. e 8 :00: FACULTY OF MUSIC. The Women's Chorus. Page: A Child is Born; Leoncavallo: Bell chorus; Mechem: Seven Joys of Christmas; Nunez: The First Shepherds; Holman: Sir Christemas; Hatfield: Apple Tree Wassail. James Pinhorn, cond. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Pk. Crase. 978-3744, . e 8:00: FORO CENTRE. Harlem Spirituel Ensemble, Francois Clemmons, dir. Traditional: Intraprocessional, Motherles' Chile; arr. Farley-Smith: Go Down Moses; arr. Clemmons: Steal Away; Ain't Gonna Let Nobody Turn Me 'Round; arr. Hse: You Better Min'; arr. Miller: Ah Wanna Be Ready; arr. Smart: Sit Down Servant; arr. Clemmons/Smart: Ohl What a Beaut iful City; Twine/Harper: Sisters of Freedom (Cantata). George Weston Recital Hall, 504 0 Yonge St. 872-2222. t o . e 8:00: GLENN GOULD STUDIO. The Beii'Arte Singers. Bach: Cantata N 14 0 (" Wachet Auf " ); Vaughan­ Williams: M ass in g minor. Lee Willingham, dir. Darryl Edwards, tenor; Fujiko lmaajishi, violin; Vicky Hathaway, oboe; Stephen Buck, cello; lan Sadler, piano. 250 Front St . W. 205-5555. ,. • 8:00: OPERA IN CONCERT. See Nov. 24. e 8:00: SCHOLA CANTORUM CONCERTS, Christmas with Bach. Cantata BWV 10, "Meine Seele erhebt den Herren" ; Cantat a BWV 57, " Selig ist der Mann" . Chamber choir, Aradia Baroque Ensemble and boy soprano soloists, James Bergst ra and Darrell Hicks. St. James' Cathedral, 65 Church St. 364-8849. . • 1:00: OPERA ATEUER. See Nov. 2 1 . e 2 :00: ROYAL CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC. Chamber m usic p erformed b y RCM p rofessional school students. Art Gallery of Ontario, 3 17 Dundas St. W . 40 8-2824 ext.321 . ,. e 2 :00: ROYAL CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC. Canada Music Week Concert. Music by contemporary Canadian composers performed by students of the RCM Community School. Royal Conservatory of Music Concert Hall, 273 Bloor St. W. 408·2824 ext.32 1. ,. e 3:00: ASSEMBLY OF VOICES. J.S. Bach: Cantatas# 61, 62 & 70. Chrys A . Bent ley, cond. w ith period instrument orchest ra. Trinity College Chapel, 6 Hoskin Ave. 537-5 18 3 . $ 10, . e 3:00: CLASSICAL CABARET. Premiere end Percussion. Harry Freedman and Mary-Lou Fallis: The Housewife Kantata; Bob Becker: classical and contemporary compositions. Marianne Bindig, mezzo soprano; John Greer, piano; Bob Becker, percussion. Walter Hall .. Edward Johnson Building, 80 Queen's Park Crase. 925-0284. ,,. e 8:00: GLENN GOULD STUDIO. Renee Claude Chants Leo Ferre. Homage to the late, great French poet, sanger and songwriter, Leo Ferre. 250 Front St. W. 205- 5555. ,. e 8:00: FACULTY OF MUSIC. The Meridian Ensemble. Works by Haydn, Moscheles, Martinu, @ Reizenstein and Carter. Keith Atkinson, oboe; Amy Hamilton, flute; Kent McWilliams, piano, Thomas Wiebe, cello. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park Crase. 978- 3750. ,. e 8 :00: RoY THOMSON HAU. "La Belle et La Bete •, an opera for ensemble and film by Philip Glass. 60 Simcoe St. 872-4255. to 5 . e 1:00: ST. JAMES' CATHEDRAL: ORGAN RECITAL. Christopher Daw es. W idor: Symphonie N6 in G. 65 Church. 364-7865. Free .b • 8:00: CANADIAN OPERA COMPANY. Red Emma by Gary Kulesha. Gary Wedow, cond. David William, dir .. Du Maurier Theatre Centre, Harbourfront, 231 Queen's Quay W. 363-234 8 . ,. • 8:00: MASSEY HAU. The Colours of Christmas. Roberta Flack, Peabo Bryson, Melissa Manchester & J ames Ingram with gospel choir and f ull orchest ra sing greatest hits & holiday favourites. 178 Vict oria St. 872- 4255. t o . e 8:00: TORONTO SYMPHONY. Greet Performers recital with Vedim Repin, violin. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe St reet, 593-4 828. .25 t o .25. • 9:00: M USIC GAUERY. CCMC. See Nov. 14. e 8:00: CANADIAN OPERA COMPANY. See Nov . 28. e 8:00: FACULTY OF MUSIC, Jazz Orchestras, Paul Read & Phil Nimmons dir . W alter Hall, 80 Queen's Pk. Crase. 978-3750 . Free .b e 8:00: M USIC GAUERY. ?reaming of Beau t y. High-tech primitive. Music for electronics, shakuhachi, tabla, voice and love. 17 9 Richmond St. W . 20 4 -1080. e 12: 10: ST. PAUL'S CHURCH. Organ recital. 227 Bloor St . E. 961·8116. Free .b e 12:30: YORKMINSTER PARK BAPTIST CHURCH. Organ Recital. 1585 Yonge St . 925-7 312 . Free .b • 8:00: TAFELMUSIK BAROQUE ORCHESTRA. Haydn: Symphony #83 in g minor; Beethoven: Piano Page Three : Sonata in f minor, op. 2 N1 ; dir . W alter Hall, 80 Queen' s Park Mozart: Piano Concerto N27 in B Crase. 978-3750. Free .b flat, K. 595, Jeanne Lamon, e 6 ,45: TORONTO SYMPHONY. cond. Malcolm Bilson, fortepiano. Classic /ntros Lecture. Henri George West on Recital Hall, 5040 Dutilleux w ill discuss his work Yonge St. 872-2222. to with Jukka-Pekka Sarast e. Roy ! 4 ~:.00: TORONTO SYMPHONY. Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe Street, Debussy: La Mer; Ravel: Piano 593-4 828. .50. Concerto in G Major; Du tilleux • 8:00: FORD CENTRE. Helen Symphony N. 2 , " Le Double" . J.- Donath, soprano; Klaus Donath, P. Saraste, cond. Andre Laplante, piano. Songs by Schubert, piano. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Sebastian Peschke, David Simcoe Street, 593-4828. DiChiara, Mahler and Richard .25 to .25. Strauss. George Weston Recital e 6:45: TORONTO SYMPHONY. Hall, 504 0 Yonge St. 872-2222 . Evening Overtures Chamber ! 22. to .. Music. Dutilleux: Sonat ina (for 8 .00. M.USIC ToRONTO. Colorado flute and piano); Les Citations (for Q!lartet With JJ:nf!ela Cheng, . Oboe, harpsichord, double bass piano. Moz~rt. P1ano Q.ua~et m E and percussion). Nora Shulman, f lat, K.4 93,.Shostakovlch. flute; Richard Dorsey, oboe; Quartet N3. 1n. F, op.7.3; . Patricia Krueger, Schumann. Piano QUintet 1n E piano/harpsichord; Joel flat, op.44. Jane Mallett Theat re, Quarrington, double bass; David St. Lawrence Cent re, 27 Front St. Kent, percussion. Roy Thomson E: 21.4-1660. , $ 35 , $~. • Hall, 60 Simcoe Street , 593- 8 .00. TAFELMUS~K. Hardn. 4828. .50. Symphony N ~3 1n g m 1 no ~; Beethoven: Piano Sonata 1n f minor, op. 2 # 1; M ozart: Piano Concerto N27 in B flat, K. 595. Jeanne Lamon, cond. Malcolm Bilson, fortepiano. Bloor St reet e 12:10: FACULTY OF MUSIC. United Church, 427 Bloor St. W. 964 -6337 . $ 14 to . Historical Performance e 8 :00: TORONTO SYMPHONY. See Ensembles, Gregory Johnst on, Nov. 29. 0Pfra IN CONCERT SPECIAL FEATURE!! TWo performances only. PRIMADONNA "Beg, borrow or steal a ticket ... a delight for opera buffs and other mortals" The Scotsman starring Mary Lou Fallis Bruce Ubukata, pianist < ~··; :. A mega hit for two years running at the Edinburgh Festival, PRIMADONNA has catapulted Mary Lou Fallis onto the world stage. · "Mary Lou Fallis ... probably the funniest soprano In the world.'' ;-. · · ~ (.".:_ .- ::_ • Peter Gzowskl, Canadian Living Only two Toronto performances this season! Fri., November 24 & Sat., November 25 @ 8 p.m. ~ Jane Mallett Theatre 366-7723 =rw St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts 1995-96 Concert Season FORD CENT RE FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS 504(') Yonge St·reet (3 blocks north of Sheppard) presents Richard Stoltzman and Lukas Foss Wednesday, November 15, 1995 at 8:00pm Virtuoso clarinetist Richard Stoltzman teams up with composer, pianist and raconteur Lukas Foss for 77w American Connection, a fascinating exploration in music and words of Gershwin, Copland, Ives and Leonard Bernstein. Sponsored by T he Pinancial Post and Classical 96FM. ~ er------------·8~~ 2~------ --- ----~ Fill out the coupon and bring it to the Ford Centre Box Oflice to receive your 20% discount on the Richard Stoltzman and Lukas Foss concert! Name Address Phone number Ford Centre for the Performing Arts is located in the City of North York within Metropolitan Toronto.

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