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Volume 1 Issue 7 - April 1996

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~ · ... - " .. ·~ ... ' . . . ' . April '96 ---------- EIGHT 8:00: The Music Gallery. See April 1. •8:00: Music TORONTO. Rembrandt Trio. Mendelssohn: Piano Trio in d, op.49; Schubert: Piano Trio in B flat, op.99, D.898. Jane Mallett Theatre, 27 Front St. E. 366-7723. ,,. •8:00:Toronto Symphony. See April 1. •12:15,12:55,1:20: Opera Atelier. Dance Highlights from Don Giovanni. First Canadian Place. 925-3767. Free. •2:00 & 8:00:Toronto Symphony. See April 1. •8:00: Faculty of Music. Guitar Orchestra, Eli Kassner, dir, This sixteen-piece orchestra presents an evening of repertoire that ' encompasses the classics as well as contemporary works. Waiter Hall, 80 Queen's Pk. Cresc. 978-3744. Free. •8:00: The Music Gallery. Busheri Crossroads. A rhythmic convergence uniting three exceptional percussion performers. Saeid Shanbehzadeh, neyanban & dammam; Joseph Ashong, djembe; Mabil Qtami, darbuka. 1 79 Richmond St. w. 204-1080, ,. •8:00: Sarabanda and Friends. An evening of chamber music with string quartet and soprano. Pergolesi, Mozart, Chausson, Strauss, Glazunov, Bernstein. Studio 213, 347 Sorauren Avenue. 530-0975. Donations at the door. •1 2:1 0: Faculty of Music. Thursday Noon Series. Duo Turgeon. The young Canadian prize-winning husband-and-wife piano duo. Waiter Hall, 80 Queen's P,k'. Cresc. 978-3744. Free. • 7:30: Ensemble Unicorn. First Canadian performance by this outstanding medieval instrument ensemble from · Vienna. Studio Theatre, Ford Centre for the Performing Arts, 872-2222. .50 & ------ - ---- .50. •7:30: Taf.;lmusik Orchestra and Choir, Jean Lamon, dir. J.S Bach: The St. Matthew Passion. With Ann Monoyios, Rosemarie Vanderhooft, Daniel Taylor, Wilfred Jochens, Benjamin Butterfield, William Sharp and Gary ReJyea. Yorkminster Park Baptist Church, 1585 Yonge St. 964-6337. To . •8:00: Dublin Youth Orchestra. Hoist: Suite in E flat; Prokofiev: Piano Concerto #3; Mahler: Symphony #4; Coakley: Directions North. With Finghin Collins, piano. Sir John A. Macdonald C.l. Auditorium, 2300 Pharmacy Ave. 396-6793. ,. •8:00: The Music Gallery. The Attar Project. Music by western composers influenced by India. Works by Harry Somers, Robert Rosen, Rick Bidlack, Violeta Dinescu. Parmela Attariwala, violin; Kiran Ahluwalia, vocalist; Ravi Naimpally, tabla. 179 Richmond St. W. 204-1080. ,. . •3:30: Music at St. George's. Durufle: Requiem. Church choir and orchestra, Peter Merrick, dir. 35 Lytton Blvd. 481-1141. Free. •4:·30: St. Paul's Choir, Frank Nakashima, cond. G.F. Handel: The "Passion"; · Rheinberger: Stabat Mater; other meditative music for passiontide. 227 Bloor St. E. Free. (Offering) •7:00: All Saints Anglican Church (Kingsway). W.A Mozart: Requiem. (With orchestra). 2850 Bloor St. W. 233-1125. Free (Donation) •7:00: Music at Metropolitan. J.S. Bach. Mass in B Minor. The Metropolitan Festival Choir and Orchestra, Patricia Wright , cond. Janet Obermeyer, soprano; Laura Pudwell, alto; Robert Breault, tenor; Nathaniel Watson, baritone. Metropolitan United Church, 56 Queen St. E. 363- 0331. ,. •7:30: Tafelmusik. See April 4. ---------- ... ... '" .... . - - -- - - -- •8:00: Great Music at St. Anne's. Maurice Durufte: Requiem and Four Motets. Choir and Julie Ellis, mezzo soprano; David Playfair, baritone; Susan Gagnon, cello, Nina Wu-Cotton, organ; Christopher Cotton, cond. 270 Gladstone Avenue, 536- 3160, . •8:00: The McGill Club. Benefit Concert: Richard Margison and members of the Canadian Opera Company Orchestra. 21 McGill St. 977- PULSE Canadian Delights. Members of the National Chamber Orchestra of Canada, Sasha Weinstangel. Walker Court, 317 Dundas St. W. 979- 6648_. Free. •1 :00: St. James' Cathedral. Organ Recital. Dupre: Symphonie-Passion, op.23. Christopher Dawes. 65 Church St. 369-0020. Free. 4122. . •8:00: Associates of the :;::: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. :::::::1:i:1:1.1:::1 ~=~~~~\r~ 8 #~i~~ ~~ 0 B~~h:~: •1 :30 & 3:30: Tc;>ronto Symphony, Errol Gay, cond. Young People's Concerts: Vivaldi's Ring of Mystery. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe St. 593-7769. .50. •7:30: Tafelmusik.See Apr ~· •8:00: Across the Pond. Les/ie Taylor with her band. Original compositions in folk, blues and reggae styles. Canadian Children's Dance Theatre, 509 Parliament St. 924-2587. . •8:00: Ford Centre. Andrei Gavrilov, piano.. Beethoven: Sonata in F, op.1 0,#2; Sonata in D, op.1 0,#3; Grieg: Selection of 16 Lyric Pieces. George Weston Recital Hall, 5040 Yonge St. 872-2222. .50, ,.50. •2:00: Art Gallery of Ontario. ······ Trio in C, op.87. Wendy Rose violin; Marie Gelinas, cello; Alayne Hall, piano. Timothy Eaton Memorial Church, 230 St. Clair Ave~ W. 221-8342. ,. •8:00 Glenn Gould Studio. Andre Lap/ante, piano. Music by Mozart, Schubert, Liszt and Brahms. 250 Front St. W. 205-5555. . •12:10: St. Paul's Church. Organ recital. 227 Bloor St. E. 961-8116. Free. •12:30: Yorkminster Park Baptist Church. Organ recital. 1585 Yonge. 925-7312. Free. •8:00: Artword Th~atre. Cu'Fu (So Who Did lt?J Stories from a Sicilian family. Stories and blues harmonica by Calogero Chiarelli. 81 Portland St. #201, 408-1146. ,. Art! Words! Music! Sound! Sight! Poetry! Theatre! Artword Theatre 81 Portland Street #201 Toronto 408-1146 (one block east of Bathurst. south of King) Cu'Fu? (So who did it?) Stories from a Sicilian fam· written and performed by Calogero (Charly) Chiare lli - life, death, fig t rees, pizza ... and some great blues harmonicp Opening Wed. April10 at 8 pm ·, running April1tto 28, 1996 Thurs-Sat 8 pm, Sun 2 pm: Tickets (and ), Sund

·April '96 - - - -- - "' ~ ·· ..... ... ' ' ' "' ' ' . ~-- ---- - - -- --- NINE - - ~~------ ....... ' . . '" .. . --~- - PULSE •8:00: Canadian Opera Company. Rigo/etto by Giuseppe Verdi. With Sigmund Cowan, Miroslav Dvorsky, Robert Milne, Rayanne Dupuis, lgor Emelianov, Ya Lin Zhang, Doug MacNaughton, , Alexander Anisimov, Jean Stilwell, Laurence Janot, Sonya Gosse, Dan Chamandy, Nathalie Paulin, Mark Ermler, cond. Frank Matthus, dir. O'Keefe Centre, 1 Front St. E. 872-.2262. to . •8:00: Ontario Goethe Society. From the Baroque to · the Contemporary. Duo Bozza (Andreas Evers flute, Stephan Schaefer guitar). C.P.E. Bach: Hamburger sonata for flute in G (VWQ133); Franz Schubert: "Erste Walzer" from Op. 9; Andre Jolivet: from "Cinq Incantations pour flute seul"; Mozart: Sonata in A (K331 ); Waiter Kiesbauer: "Meridians" suite for flute and guitar; lsaac Albeniz: 2 pieces for piano in transcription for solo guitar; Scott Joplin: "Original Rags"; Bartok: Romanian Flok Dances, 1915,1917. Heliconian Club, 35 Hazelton Ave., 256-0219. Donations welcome . . •12:00 noon: Hart House. Eine Kleine Lunch Music. Teresa Wasiak, horn; Paul Sportelli, piano. Hart House, U.ofT. Free. •12: 1 0: Faculty of Music. Thursday Noon Series. Student chamber ensembles in a two-hour extravaganza. The first hour features string trios and quartets; the second features brass instrumentalists. Waiter Hall, 80 Queen's Pk. Cresc. 978-3744. Free. •8:00: Canadian Opera Company. La Cenerentola by Gioacchino Rossini. With Sally Dibblee, Anita Krause, Anna Antonacci, Umberto Chiummo, Enzo Dara, Jorge Lopez-Yanez, Brent Ellis, Randall Behr, cond. Albert Takazauckas, dir. O'Keefe Centre, 1 Front St. E. 872- 2262. to . •8:00: The Music Gallery. Beverley Johnston and Barbara Pritchard. Music for percussion and piano by Aseon Han, Peter Hatch,· Robert Rosen and Wes Wraggett. 179 Richmond St. w. 204-1080. ,. •8:00: North York •8:00: Toronto Symphony, J iri Belohlavek, cond. Dvorak: Symphony, Kerry Stratton; cond. Glinka: Ruslan & _ Scherzo Capriccioso, Ludmilla Overture; Notturno & Symphony #5; Bartok: Viola Concerto. With Koussevitsky: Bass Concerto; Steven Dann, viola. Roy Shostakovich: Symphony #5. Th H 11 60 S . St With David Lasker, double omson a , 1mcoe . b G W R · 1 593-7769. S.25 to .25. ass. eorge eston ec1ta Hall, 5040 Yonge St. 872- 2222. to . c B L A A R V I O , Q •8:00: Toronto Symphony. E u R E s s Dawn Lyons & Den Ciul 109 Fuller Avenue Toronto, Ontario M6R 2C4 Phone: (416) 538-3062 Fax: (416) 538-3062 Email: dlyons@io.org Email: dennis.ciul@canrem.com HARPSICHORDS CLAVICHORDS SPINETS VIRGINALS FORTE-PIANOS Sales - Repairs - Rentals Agents for Zuckermann Harpsichords See April 1 0. •1 2:1 0: Roy Thomson Hall Volunteers. The Metro String Quartet. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe St. 593-4822. Free. •7:00 & 9:30: Young at Heart: Songs for the Child in Everyone. An evening of sophisticated songs for and about children. With Albert Schultz, Carol Weisman, Melania Doane and Rick Fox. Glenn Gould Studio. 250 Front St. W. 205-5555. ,. •8:00: Faculty of Music, Faculty Artist Series. The Caliban Quartet. Sibelius: Suite from the Tempest; Kaiser: Aria "Geloso sospetto" from Octavian; Brahms: Waltzes, op.39; newly commissioned work. Nadina Jackson, Fraser Jackson, Kathleen Mclean & Michael Sweeney, bassoons. Waiter Hall, 80 Queen's Pk. Cresc. 978-3744; ,. •8:00: Ford Centre. Kronos Quartet. Programme includes works by Henryk Gorecki and Unsuk Chin. George Weston Recital Hall, 5040 Yonge St. 872-2222. ,,. •8:00: The Music Gallery. Electrik Chamber Musik. Works by Henry Kucharzyk, including Attactics and Us and Them. Henry Kucharzyk and Jon Goldsmith, keyboards, 40 fingers Saxophone Quartet, .Biair MacKay and Richard Sacks, perc1:1ssion, Michael White, trumpet; Robert Stevenson, clarinets; Roberto Occhipinti, bass. 179 Richmond St. W. 204-1080. ,. •8:00: Royal Conservatory of Music. RCM Orchestra, Simon Streatfeild, cond. Bach: Concerto in d for Two Violins and other works. Royal Conservatory Concert Hall, 273 Bloor St. W. 408-2824, ext.321. ,. •8:00: Toronto Symphony. See April 1 0. COME 1 1 4 ( eo~ ENJOY YOURSELF! A SERiES of CONCERJS pRESENTiNG COMposiTiONS fOR ENSEMblE pERfORMBIS c~.-?t PlloqRAM of: ROSSiNi,dEbUssy,bEEThOVEN PETER Sroll ' cWUNET SoNyA ENG • liARp RyANScon•pEACUSSioN TICKETS SENIORS AND STUDENTS ENSEMBLES IN RECITAL SAT.ApRill }, 7:}0 pM REdEEMER LudtERAN CltuRCk 1691 BlOOR ST. W. (AT INdiAN Rd.) A PROJECt' OF a>NCENIUS ARrS 964- 829J ~nnounc~9Eu~r~~-mus~ap~eciit~ncou~-furs~~9r------~1 !A MUSICAL MISCELLANY ! : A series of lecture-demonstrations by some of Toronto's illustrious I :musical community on a panorama of musical subjects including! :chant in Our Century, Music of Byzantium, Elizabethan! :Music, Flutes in History and Myth, Whose Classical Music?,: :song Repertoire in the 20th Century, A Fresh Look at: IPerformance Practice, Why Bruckner? and more. : : With David Fallis, Peter Tieffenbach, Art Levine, Raymond: :Bisha, Alison Melville, Washington McClain and others. Come: land participate in what promises to be an eye-opening course fori 1everyone! . : - Mondays at 7:15pm (starts Apr.l5/ 96) I or Wednesdays at 10:15 ain ( startsApr.l7 / 96) : 10 two-hour sessions for 0 Euterpe Musical Arts 612 Y onge St., Ste. 208, Toronto For information/registration call944-2863 : I --------------------------------------------~ I I I I I I I I

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