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Volume 10 Issue 1 - September 2004

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JUBILATE SINGERS

JUBILATE SINGERS AUDITIONS Director Isabel Bemaus leads a chamber choir with an eclectic, multilingual repertoire (Cuban, Argentinian, Italian, Finnish, Canadian, Catalan, Spanish; classical, traditional, contemporary), with a 3-concert series and occasional community performances. There are openings in the baritone and tenor sections. Rehearsals are Tuesdays 7:30 pm at St. Leonard's Church. Auditions Sept. 14 and 21, 5:30-7:00 pm at St. Leonard's Church 25 Wanless Ave. (near Yonge & Lawrence) E-mail John at johnriddell@sympatico.ca or call 416-686-7607 (evenings) to arrange a time. www.jubilatesingers.ca TALLIS CHOIR 2004-05 Season Peter Mahon, Director Music of William Byrd Mass for Five Voices Ave Verum Corpus Saturday, October 16 St. Patrick's Church (Mccaul & Dundas) Advent to Epiphany Palestrina Advent Responsory Tuvener: God is with us Saturday, November 27 St. Patrick's Church (Mccaul & Dundas) A Celebration of llealey Willa An Apostrophe to the Heavenly Hosts Missa Brevis No. 11 with the Gallery Choir of the Church of St. Mary Magdalene Saturday, February 19 he Church of St. Mary Magdale (Manning & Ulster) Dvorak: Mass in D and works by Brahms and Bruckner Guest Organist: Matthew Larkin Saturday, May 14 St. Anne's Church (Gladstone Avenue) All concerts begin at 7:30 p.m. Tickets & at the door. all 416-536-9022 for brochure or visit our websit www.tallischoir.com CHORAL SCENE by Larry Beckwith I'm always slightly vexed at this hear The Lachan Jewish Chamtime of year with the question "How her Choir. September 6th at 4pm was your summer?". After all, there's on the Lakeside Terrace you could almost a whole month left after Sep- see a performance of the Yiddish tember 1! But it's understandable, folk-tale "Benyomen der Driter" by though, since many of us return to the Toronto Jewish Folk Choir routines after Labour Day with with Klezmer ensemble Beyond the school back in session and Pale. WholeNote back on the stands. Not terribly far afield, Hammer- Choirs usually take much of Sep- son Hall in Mississauga has the tember to regroup and start tackling award-winning North Metro Cho­ rus singing music from Les Miserables, September 24 at 8pm, and 25th new repertoire for the season ahead. Therefore, we don't see much cho- ral concert activity until into Octo- ber, but there are some festival per- formances and concerts here in town .and not too far away. at 2 and 8pm. A pleasant trip for a September afternoon: a little further afield in Barrie at the Colours of Music Fes- Queens Quay West) offers us two choral concerts. September 5th at 5pm Ashkenaz: A Festival of New Yidtival, the St. John's Choir from Elodish Culture at Harbourfront (235 ra performs works by Parry, Howell & Willan. Jurgen Petrenko, or­ gan; Noel Edison, conductor (Sept on the Toronto Star Stage you can coNT1NuES PAGE 21 Auditions for Soprano, . Alto, Tenor and Bass Soloists/Section Leads Trinity-St. Paul's United Church Choir 427 Bloor St. West (Bloor/Spadina Subway Stop) Active Music Program and Concert Series Beginning September, 2004 If interested, please contact Brad Ratzlaff, Music Director Tel. 416-422-0741 or email cwbr@rogers.com BOSLEY REAL ESTATE BOSHY UAL UTATi lTD .. IU.lTCk 18 Any Pictures in your Programs? Use one of our reasonably priced packages ta a'dd colour, pictures, and quality design to your concerts. Choose from a selection of papers and layout styles. Include advertising and logos from your sponsors! Program notes and composer bios also available. Tvoe:morrisl fror(I desi n to deliver ! 1071 King Street West • Suite 104 • Toronto • ON 416.915.2332 www.typemorris.com for all parts iiicluding Accompanist. All ages from 15 +. Sight-reading ability an asset but not essential. Saturday, September 18, 4-7 p.m. at 14 Spadina Road (Spadina/Bloor) PLEASE CALL 416-289-4146 to arrange audition time. The TWUC is a multifaith group in' its eigth season which performs in a variety of styles and languages at Peace Concerts, Multilaith Events, Humanitarian Initiatives, etc. PETER MAHON Sales Representative 416-322-8000 pmahon@trebnet.com www.petermahon.com WWW. THEWHOLENOTE.COM SEPTEMBER 1 - OCTOBER 7 2004

Mississauga Choral Society Chrys A. Bentley-Artistic Director 30th Anniversary Season 'Messiah- G.F. Handel Majors Cansmus- David Passmore Sunday, December 12, 2004, 3:00 PM aroque Treasures unday, February 20, 2005, 3:00 PM Eli]ah- F. Mendelssohn Sunday, May 1, 2005, 3:00 PM ing Arts Centre 1 Living Arts Drive, Mississauga 3 Concert Subscription: ; (Seniors/Students) Single Tickets: /; / (Seniors/Students) CLASS! CA,L_9ef.}frlt ············· ········ ·························;:,L-r Makin life: uunJ b"'i!"tr(: r . The Toronto Choral Society Become Part of the Experience This season, the Toronto Choral Society's Community Choir is presenting G. E Handel's Messiah and M1issaGaia If you are inspired listening to these masterpieces, why not become a part of the experience? We offer dedicated amateurs the opportunity to sing, learn and have fun. The Toronto Choral Society's Community Choir is a non-auditioned choir that rehearses every Wednesday evening at Eastminster United Church on the Danforth (near Chester). The choir, under the musical guidance of conductor Geoffrey Butler and accompanist William O'Meara, offers training in choral technique, in a safe, friendly environment. .. CfNdl Coundl

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