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Volume 10 Issue 5 - February 2005

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WHOLENOTE TENTH SEASON CELEBRATION continues on Monday, February 7 at 8 pm with "Nine Mondays" Salon # 4 Earry Music Soiree: MedievaL to Baroque with Sine Nomine Ensemble for Medieval Music L' I ntemporel Maresca The Ariosti Project Thomas Georgi, viola & viola d'amore Lucas Harris, lute Joelle Morton, gamba Michele de Boer, soprano Hosted by WholeNote Early Music Columnist, Frank Nakashima WholeNote by the Numbers .... Number of issues since inception (September 1995): 95 Circulation: •First issue - 4.000 copies •CutTent issue - 36.000 •Beginning Septembe,r 2005 - 40,000 Current number of distribution locations: I, 142 Currently 28,500 copies are cli:tributed in the GTA, 6,000 copies in Southern Ontario from Windsor to Ottawa and 500 copies are distributed in Western Canada. Typical distribution points are restaurants, record, music and book shops, cultural venues. performing organizations, public libraries. universities, music schools and studios. You can help our circulation grow to 40,000 by next September. If you know of a potential distribution location or are one, please let us know: by e-mail: circulation@thewholenotc.com: by phone: 416-406-5055, by fax: 416-406-5955. Ii Monday, March 7 at 8 pm INDEX OF ADVERTISERS T4 · with "Nine Mondays" Salon# 5 The Next Generation Four rising stars on the threshold of professional careers, performing and in conversation with host Colin Eatock, WholeNote columnist. Music Gallery, Church of St. George-the-Martyr 197 John Street, Toronto Tickets: , (Stu. & Sen.), Under 12 free. Tickets and information: 416-323-2232 Never Miss Your mholenote aarlg · choral· l•n c band coo · music thlabre . opera HID Consider Home Delivery! ever worry that all the copies will be gone by the time you get to your favourite free pickup spot. Get each issue within days of publication, delivered by Canada Post publications mai 1 - perfect for out-oftowners. Take a one-year subscription ( 10 issues) for (plus GST). Take a two-year subscription (20 issues) and, for a limited time, get the second year for 25% off, for a total of .50 (plus GST). Go to www.thewholenote.com/subscribe or phone 416-3:23-2232. Academy Concert Series 41 Alexander Kats 32 All the King's Voices 44 Analekta 13 Associates of the TSO 48 ATMA Classique 57 Aviv String Quartet 12 Bay Bloor Radio 64 Calvin Presbyterian Church 16 Canadian Children's Opera Chorus 28 Canclone 54 Carmina Burana 4 Cathedral Bluffs Symphony Orchestra 36. 46 Christ Church Deer Park Jazz Vespers 26 Chrylark Arts and Music 37 Cosmo Music 25 Dave Snider Music Centre 10 David Smith 52 Deer Park Concerts 36 Denise Williams 33 Diva! Diva! Diva! 38 Dr. Sarah Mickeler Chiropractor 31 Elmer lseler Singers 19 Elora Festival Singers 42 Esprit Orchestra 6 Exultate Chamber Singers 46 Feldenkrais Trainings Toronto 31 Festival Wind Orchestra 25 French Farmhouse Holidays 33 Fridays@ Eight 44 George Heinl 17 Hannaford Street Silver Band 6 Harknett Musical Services 25 Hart House Chorus 39 Heartsong Method 31 Heliconian Hall 53 Hymn Society, Ontario Chapter 42 Janet Catherine Dea 32 Jubilate Singers 4 7 Katarina Bulat 31 WWW. THEWHOLENOTE.COM Kingsway Conservatory 33 L'lntemporel 41 ListMe.ca 22 Long & McOuade 15 Lung Association 15 Mikrokosmos 58 Mississauga Choral Society 42 Mississauga Symphony Orchestra 46 Music Gallery 21 Music on the Donway 39 Music Toronto 7, 35, 3B, 43, 46 Nadina Mackie Jackson 59 Nathaniel Dett Chorale 43 Naxos Canada 55 New Music Concerts 23, 45 New Opera and Concert Centre 28 New School of Classical Vocal Studies 32 North i:oronto Players 27 Off Centre Music Salon 40 Opera Ontario 27 Opera-IS 28 Oriana Women's Choir 47 Orpheus Choir 19, 20 Pattie Kelly 33 Peter Mahon 53 Phillip L. Davis, Luthier 11 Proteus World Music 37 Remote Recording/PRB 54 Revival 15 Robert Lowrey's Piano Experts 4 Robin Howell 32 Royal Conservatory of Music 12 Royal Ontario Museum 17 Royal Opera Canada 63 Royans School 32 Scarborough Philharmonic 17, 45 Serenity and Strength 30 Sherway Music 52 Show One Productions 45 Sine Nomine 44 Sinfonia Toronto 1 D Sirius Theatrical Company 53 Songbird Studios 53 Sound Post 16 Soundstreams Canada 23 St. Clement's Anglican Church 36 Studio 92 56 Sue Crowe Connolly 33 Susan Purdy Music 33 Tafelmusik 18 T alisker Players 40 Tallis Choir 42 Teaching Music with Colour 32 Toreador Music Recording Facilities 55 Toronto All-Star ilig Band 26 Toronto Centre for the Arts 14 Toronto Consort 38 Toronto Mass Choir 41 Toronto Mendelssohn Choir 7 Toronto Opera Repertoire 28 Toronto Operetta Theatre 27 Toronto Sinfonietta 39 Toronto Symphony 2, 44 True North Brass 40 T ryp Tych Productions 28, 39,45 Universal Music 3 University of Toronto Faculty of Music 35 Victoria Scholars 4 7 Villa Charity 48 Vintage Steinway Gallery 12 Vox Cura 31 Westben Arts Festival Theatre 48 WholeNote 34 William Van Ree 55 Women's Musical Club of Toronto 11, 35 Worlds of Music Toronto 32 York University Dept of Music 43 FEBRUARY 1 - MARCH 7 2005

Tuesday February 01 - 12:10: University of Toronto Faculty of Music. Voice Performance Class: Vocal Gems from the Stratton Collection. Room 330, Edward Johnson Building, 80 Queen's Park. 416-978-3744. Free. - 12:30: Yo{k University Department of Music. Student Composers in Concert. David Mott, director. Mclaughlin Performance Hall, 4700 Keele St. 416-736-5186. Free. - 8:00: Aldeburgh Connection/University of Toronto Faculty of Music. Young Artists Recital Laura Albino & Tyrsa Gawrachynsky, sopranos; Jonathan Estabrooks, baritone; Bruce Ubukata, piano. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park. 416-978-3744. ,. - 8:00: Music Toronto. Gryphon Trio, flora Festival Singers. Mozart Piano Trio in G K.496; Kuzmenko: Dreams; Bridge: Trio #2. Jane Mallet Theatre, 27 Front St. East. 416· 366-7723. ,. - 7:00: Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra. The Worlds of Salamone Rossi with Emma Kirkby. Rossi: Songs of Solomon & other sacred & secular works. Emma Kirkby, soprano; consort of singers; members of the . Tafelmusik Orchestra. Trinity-St. Paul's Centre, 427 Bloor St. West. 416-964-6337. -, -(sr/st). - 7:30: Hugh's Room. RAGAFFAIRE. Indian Music Ensemble directed by Neeraj Prem; Suba Sankaran & Ed Hanley of Autorickshaw; Tasa; lndus west project. 2261 Dundas St. West. 416-531-6604. $ l 5(advance), (door). Fund raising concert to benefit victims of the Tsunami. - 8:00: Air Canada Centre. Yanni live. Music from his last 3 albums; classics. 40 Bay St. 416-870-8000. .50,.50. - 8:00: Humber Music Jazz Series. Dave Holland, Artist in Residence. Humber Contem· porary Jazz Workshop, Ted Quinlan, director; Humber Studio Jazz nsemble, Denny Christianson, director; Ross Porter. host. Humber Lakeshore Auditorium, 3199 Lake Shore Blvd West. 416-675-6622 x.3427. . [ . February Highlights ] YOUNG ARTIST RECITAL Tuesday, February I - 8 pm - Walter Hall. () Laura Albino, soprano; Tyrsa G.awrachynsky, soprano; Jonathan Estabrooks, baritone: Bruce Ubakata. piano PUBLIC LECTURE BY SIMON MORRISON Thursday, February 3 - 4 pm. Walter Hall. FREE Princeton University Professor gives an open lecture on Prokofiev. JAMIE, SCOTT, & FRIENDS PLAY PROKOFIEV Friday, February 4 - 8 pm. Walter Hall. FREE Pianist Jamie Parker & violinist Scott St. John join friends in a concert devoted to the music of Serge1 Prokofiev. U OF T SYMPHONIC BAND Friday, February 4 - 8 pm - MacMillan Theatre. () Celebration of Slavic Music - Works by Prokofiev, Dvorak, and Bestibaev. Jeffrey Reynolds. conductor U OF T WIND ENSEMBLE Saturday, February S • 8 pm • MacMillan Theatre. () Dream Music - Works by Mazlanka. Kulesha. Mahr and Bukvich. Gregory Burton, conductor Thursday February OJ - 12:30: York University Department of Music. Student Composers in Concert. Bill Westcott, director. Mclaughlin Performance Hall, 4 700 Keele St. 416· 736-5186. Free. Women's Musical Club of Toronto AFTERNOON CONCERT PUBLIC LECTURES BY PAUL BERLINER KENNETH H. PEACOCK LECTURER Tuesday, February 8 • 4 pm • Walter Hall. FREE "Thinking in Mbira' Wednesday, February 9 • 12: I 0 pm - Walter Hall. FREE "The Heart that Remembers: A Tale of Musicians during Zimbabwe's Liberation War" PREVIEW OF HANDEL'S SEMELE Thursday, February I 0 • 12: I 0 pm • Walter Hall. FREE IN,HIGH VOICES (II) Fri

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