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Volume 1 Issue 8 - May 1996

  • Text
  • Toronto
  • Bloor
  • Theatre
  • Yonge
  • Symphony
  • Recital
  • Organ
  • Choir
  • Orchestra
  • Thomson

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---- -~---- -~~u~•= >->•~'-'_,_.,._,_,z~~~ May '96 FOURTEEN - - -~ -~~~~u~~~u~ n~= • -- -~ - -= -- -~- ~~ ---=- - - - - ---~~ - - ---- PULSE •8:00: Toronto Camerata. A Musical Menagerie with Marylyn Peringer, storyteller. Church of the Holy Trinity. 10 Trinity Square. (905) 841- 6482. , . •8:00: Toronto Symphony. J.P. Saraste, cond. MacDonald: Les voix eternelles; Scriabin: Symphony #5 (Prometheus Poem of Fire"); Sibelius: Symphony #4. Roy Thomson Hall, 65 Simcoe St. 593- 4828. .25 to 55.25. (Includes post concert lobby chat.) •2:30: Ford Centre. Julliard String Quartet. George Weston Recital Hall; 5040 Yonge St. 872-2222. .50 to .50. •2:30: Toronto Jewish Folk Choir. Gala 70th Annual Concert Maurice Rauch: "Tevye's Hodl", a folk operetta and Yiddish folk songs. With Claire Klein Osipov, soprano. Waiter Hall, 80. Quee~·s Pk. 489-7681. ,. Krakopolsky, piano. B'nai •12:30: Yorkminster Park •3:00: Canadian Chamber Brith Hall, 15 Hove St. 633- Baptist Church. Organ Recital. Academy. Schubert: Gemini 6224. . 1585 Yonge St. 925-7312. Variations; Britten: Fantasy; •8:00: Continuum. Voice Free. Mendelssohn: Sextet Op 110 Print. Works by David •8:00: Art Gallery of Ontario. in D Major. Naida Cola, Xak , Parsons, Doug Schmidt, Chiyoko Szlavnics, sax; Kiki Bjerken, piano. Canadian Wendy Prezament, Mark Musumi, cello; Reg Schwager, Chamber Academy Soloists. Anthony Turnage and Sandro guitar. Walker Court, 317 George lgnatieff Theatre, 15 Gorli. Glenda Balkan, Dundas St. 979-6608. Free. Devonshire Place. 538-4342. soprano; Laura Pudwell, •8:00: Musica Bath Tikvah. , . mezzo; Douglas Perry, violin; The Russian Connection: The •3:00: C~ncertsinger!l. Songs John Hess, music dir. Music Origins of Jewish Music. 700 Innocent (and not so Gallery, 170 Richmond St. W. voice massed choir, Esther innocent/) John Rutter: 481-3418. ; . Ghan Firestone, cond. Bath Childhood Lyrics; Ralph •8:00: Lea Amis Concert Tikvah Synagogue, 3080 Hunter: Five Nursery Rhymes; Series. Pro Musica. Bayview Ave. 636-2145. Schumann: Romanzen und Beethoven: Trio in B flat, Free. Balladen; and Holman, op.97; Trio in d, op.49; Ravel: •8:00: Opera Canada Schafer, Enns. Marta Chansons Macasses. Joanna Magazine. 7th annual benefit McCarthy, mus. dir. St Zeman, violin; Ru~a ~asov, gala concert. Stuart Hamilton, Thomas's Anglican Church, cello; Mary Kened1, p1ano; . host; with featured guests 383 Huron St. 769-7991. Mary Souhs, soprano. Studio Ben Heppner, Tracy Dahl and , . · Theatre, 5040 Yonge St. 787- Allan Monk. George Weston •3:00: Trinity St-Paul's 9337 · Donation. Recital Hall, 5040 Yonge St. United Church Vocal Concert 872-2222. ,. (Gala Series. The Bach Children's :\tickets: 0- 363-0395) Choir, Linda Beaupre, cond. ·· ::: •8:00: Toronto Symphony. 427 Bloor St. 922-8435. , ·.:· Pinch_as Zukerman, cond. & · •7:00: Shalom Club. Songs •8:00: Music Gallery. Three violin. Wevere: Invitation to the Dance; Haydn: Violin of Love & Nature. Songs by Storey Cabaret Benefit. 179 Concerto #2; Hindemith: Glinka, Tchaikovsky, Turina, Richmond St. W. 204-1080. Symphonic Metamorphoses Rossini, Bellini and others. . on Themes by Weber. Roy Yigal Altschuler, tenor; Elena Thomson Hall, 65 Simcoe St. 593-4828. .25 to .25. .. ,\ r .. ~, .. , ~ /./ J 1 u m m e r /~ ~ Music Camp ~~~~~ ,/' • 'il.• ,.1' 1 For:chtldren ............ age 5 to 14 Three two-week sessions • July 8-19 • July 22-August 2 • August 6- 17 SUMMER WORKSHOPS • Voice and Drama class • Bartok Interpretation OF MUSIC • Piano Pedagogy: Teaching beginners • Preparing students for examination, Grade 1 to ARCT • String Ensemble: Group playing, sight reading skills • Recorder master class for more advanced players Also starting in July • Summer Theory Classes: Preparation for RCM exam • Introductory classes on piano, guitar, other instruments ,r J TORONTO INSTITUTE Regular classes continue. Sign up any time. Violin and guitar rental is available. For information about all our programs, please call the school. 550 Eglinton Avenue East Toronto Ontario M4P 1N9 Telephone 416/ 488-2588 •1 :00: St. James' Cathedral. Organ Recital. Rachel Alflatt (Eglise de Saint-Esprit, Quebec). 65 Church St. 364- 7865. Free. •8:00: CBC Stereo & Soun~streams. Encounters '96. Music by Anhalt and Kernis. lstvan Anhalt: Traces (Tikkun); Aaron Jay Kernis: Goblin Mark~t. Glenn ' Gould Studio, 250 Front St. W., 205-5555. ,. I •12: 10: St. Paul's Church. Organ Recital. 227 Bloor St. E. 961 -8116. Free. •1 2:30: Organ Futures . Organ Recital by Rebecca Loo. Metropolitan United Church, 56 Queen St. E. 363- 0331. Free. •8:00: Toronto Symphony. See May 29. Roy Thomson Hall, 65 Simcoe St. 593- 4828. •7:30: CBC Stereo's The Arts Tonight. Marc-Andre Hamelin, piano. Music by Chopin, Bach-Busoni, Ives, Chdpin­ Godowsky. Glenn Gould The 1'-ingsway Conscryatory of Music Dedicated to £\·cellmce iu Mtt\ic Educatio11 Register Now for our Summer Childre1_1's Programs/ Piano .. • Voice • Guitar tViolin • Viola • Cello • Recorder Flute • 'Clarinet • Drama • Speech • Music Theory & History Sbaron M. Burlacoff; A.R.c.T., B.Mn• .• M.A., M.F.A, Director 3086 Bloo•· St., \'., Toronto Call (·H 6) 23-t-01 21

~~··= .. ... May '96 --- ---- --~ ·~ '' ..... .. .. ~~-- ---=--- - - - ------- -------- - Studio, 250 Front St. W. 205- 5555. . •8:00: Church of St. Mary Magdalene. Organ Recital by Andrew Ager, Healey Willan Organ Scholar. J.S. Bach: Prelude and Fugue in e, BWV548; Cesar Franck: Cantabile; Max Reger: Passacaglia in d, Olivier Messiaen: Messe de la Pentacote. 477 Manning Ave. 769-7991.,. •8:00:· Music Gallery. Jazz Tribute to the late Toru Takemitsu. Original works and music by Charles Lloyd and Thelonius Monk. Geordie McDonald, drums; Ron Alien, shakuhachi and saxophone, Stave Donald, trombone; Rob Carroll, guitar, Susan Hookong, vocals; Kieran Overs, bass. 179 Richmond St. W. 204-1080. . •8:00: Toronto Camerata. See May 25. Church of St. Leonard, 25 Wanless Ave. (905) 841-6482. , . Solo lnstruments 1 Trios; Quartets LLONHEART STUDLO 910 Queen St. West 1 Studio Bo2 Toronto 1 ON M6J LG6 (416) 516-9942 One Hour Free With This Ad Conditions apply. Minimum 4 hour session CLASSICAL 96r~ TORONTO CLASSICAL IO)Fk fASTERN ONTARIO PROGRAM GUIDE Monday through Friday 6 a.rn. The Morning Show A ltULriml wake·up mill Morning marches and allegros with Bill Ander:s011. Davld Franco brings you news, weather, arts lnformaiWII, business and highway traffic updates every 15 minutes. 10 a.rn. Morning Concert Kerry Stratton hosts the best of 19th century and earlier favourites. Noon News Package 12:15 Luncheon Date Sal011 favourites, a touch of ragtime, s011gs and ballads from the rum of rJie century. Arlene Meadows, host. 1 p.rn. Matinee Concert Kerry Stran011 rerums with nwre provomtive and Inspiring 11ULric from the 19th and 20th centuries. 3 p.rn. Potpourri Michael LyOIIS mixes it up for your ajtemoon. A linle of this, a linle of that easy ajtem0011 listening . . News, business and traffic updates with Bill Dulmage. 6 p.rn. Artwaves · Catherine Belyea and John van Driel present reviews & interviews from the worlds of ltULric, dance, visual arts, iheatre & upcomlng events. 6:30 Intermezzo Evening light ltULric presented by the world's greatest d!amber ensembles. The petfect di1111er compani011! Hosted by Catherine Belyea. 8 p.rn. Sounds Great The best of classical, romantic and 20th century works. SymphOIIies, concertos and d!amber pieces to complement your evening. Host, Colill FCIJC. Midnight Nightwatch C!JJ.ssics 'ril dawn .... all night, every night. Host, Michael Compeau. Saturday 6 a.rn. The Morning Show Bill Ander:son, Davld Franco present the Morning Show, weekend style 12:10 Luncheon Date Arlene Meadows rerums with favf>Urites from a byg011e era. Music from salOIIS, mfes and stages - always a surprise! 1 p.rn. Saturday Supersounds More great weekend listening. You'll hear the latest recordings and have the opportunity to send ill your own favourites for 'Your Music'. · And at 4 o'dock, you'll hear :six Pix' from the HMV Classiml Chart plus Michael LyOIIS' supersoundillg fearure piece from his own library. 5 p.rn. Anything Goes John van Driel hosts an eclectic mix of classiml and not so classiml familiar pieces from Poulenc to Porter. ' 8 p.rn. Saturday Night at the Opera A great evening of full length operas hosted by Catherine Belyea. Sunday 6 a.rn. Gloria Altxa Petrenko starts the nwmillg with charal masterpieces, Bach to Poulenc. 9 a.rn. Music for Sunday Leisure rime listening at its finest! John van Driel and Kerry StraU011 bring you nwre new releases. 12:10 Luncheon Date A Sunday editi011 of sal011 ltULric, ragtime melodies and rum-of-the- century songs and ballads. 1 p.rn. Music for Sunday John van Drlel and Kerry StraU011 with nwre of your favourite e011cert ltULric. 5 p.rn. Sinfonia John van Drlel hosts ltULric wrlnen before 1800. 8 p.rn. Canadian Showcase Our tribute to Canadian talent. Featured are recordings of Canada's finest ltULricians. Bill Anders011, a~~~~ouncer. 9 p.rn. Sunday Sounds Great Richard Gale hosts the Sunday presmtati011 of Sounds Great with the best of the classical and romantic composers. radio for grown ups

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