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Volume 10 Issue 6 - March 2005

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A T 8 T G Ii 0 R G Ii T H I M A R T Y R ANNOUNCING ••• thursday april 14 angels of light FEATURING M. GIRA (SWANS/YOUNG GOD RECORDS) WITH GUESTS AKRON/FAMILY POP AVANT SERIES -- PRESENTED IN COLLABORATION WITH BRAVE NEW WAVES ON CBC RADIO TWO 8PM, ADVANCE AT ROTATE THIS+ SOUNDSCAPES (ON SALE MARCH 1) AT THE DOOR music gallery: march 2005 programming POSTPONED! sat 03/12 madawaska string quartet: under the influence DUE TO CIRCUMSTANCES BEYOND OUR CONTROL, THIS CONCERT HAS BEEN POST­ PONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE. wholenote at the music gallery! 03/07 the next generation FOUR RISING STARS ON THE THRESHOLD OF PROFESSIONAL CAREERS, PERFORM­ ING AND IN CONVERSATION WITH HOST COLIN EATOCK, WHOLENOTE COLUMNIST. 8PM, $ 12/. music gallery: coming up 03/02 darren copeland: electroacoustic sound artist FREE LUNCH MUSIC: INVENTORS & INNOVA­ TORS PRESENTATION @ 12:30PM, FREE 03/31 maryem tollar + jayne brown ARABIC + GREEK MUSIC @ 8PM, $ 15 . 04/02 great lake swimmers CD RELEASE FOR BODIES AND MINDS 04/15 andrew staniland TORONTO EMERGING COMPOSER AWARD WINNER FOR 2005. PRESENTED WITH TWO NEW HOURS ON CBC RADIO TWO 05/03 christina petrowska quilico PERFORMING ANN SOUTHAM1S RIVERS 05/15-16 italian intensive THREE CONCERTS OF ITALIAN NEW MUSIC! thu 03/17 rain dusting: the music of..marci rabe (vancouver) THE COMPOSER NOW: COLLABORATIONS SERIES @ 8PM, /$10/ PRESENTED IN COLLABORATION WITH CONTACT CONTEMPORARY MUSIC This conceptual concert by the inspired Vancouver-based composer Marci Rabe seeks to resolve the sometimes artificial division between performers (including composers) and audience. Rabe has written for Arraymusic, Continuum Contemporary Music and Vancouver New Music. ·music gallery: co-ordinates location: st. george the martyr box office: 416-204-1080 church, 197 john st. web: SOCAN Foundation The J.P. Morgan Chase Foundation t St. George the Martyr t.NGLtC4N CBC. rad ig_%:.i to rontdart s::ounci I -..... o: ...•·•·:::vvi: .: ..._4 .,, ....·):'>; •• -.. ,,or: I • I Canadian Patrimoine · Heritage canadien Canada Council for the Arts Conseil des Arts du Canada 2 4- - -- www.THEWHOL7.ENOTE.C OM:-:-- - M - A _ R _ C _ H _ l _ _ _ A _ l _ 'R ĪL - 7 20 _0 _ 5

March News Round up: Coalition of New Music Presenters by Keith Denning This March offers up a bumper crop of stunning new music events in Toronto. Without further ado, here's a partial list: The Music Gallery offers up its Free Lunch series on Wednesday March 2 at 12:30, featuring electroacoustic composer Darren Copeland of New Adventures in Sound Art and Deep Wireless fame. This is a free event. Saturday March 5th at 8:00 we have Sacred and Secular, from Sou ndstreams Canada, a presen- soloist. Tickets for this concert are tation of the music of Estonian corn- available at the St. Lawrence Cenposer Arvo Part and Canadian corn- tre's box office. poser Omar Daniel. The concert tea- I mentioned some time ago about tures Britain's Hilliard Ensemble and the Madawaska String Quartet's Tafelmusik. The concert takes place exciting residency project at the Muat St. Andrew's Presbyterian sic Gallery. The first of four resi­ Church. Tickets are , for dency concerts was to take place at seniors, and .50 for students. the Music Gallery, Saturday March On Sunday, March 6th, at 8:00, 12th at 8:00, teaturing among other Esprit Orchestra presents a concert works the seminal string quartet by at the Jane Mallett Theatre, teatur- Lutoslawski. It has, alas, been posting music by Denys Bouliane, Alexi- poned. na Louie, and Alex Pauk's Harp On Monday March 13th at 8:00, Concerto, with Erica Goodman as Evergreen Club Gamelan perform a concert with the Ensemble Contemporain de Montreal at the Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front Street West. CONTACT Contemporary Music presents Rain Dusting, a concert of the music of Marci Rabe at the Music Gallery on Thursday March l 7th at 8:00. Tickets for this show are , $10 for seniors, for students. Conti nuum presents three free concerts in an ambitious three-day symposium entitled L'oreille fine, CONTINUES Thinking allowed Continuum, the Royal Ontario Museum's Institute for Contemporary Culture and the Consulat general de France present: l'Oreille fine Pel"formance and culture of new music. FRIDAY MARCH 11, 8PM Concert at the Church of the Redeemer 162 Bloor Street West Speakers Mark Kingwell - author ad philosopher, Wayne Koestenbaum - poet, essayist, Composers Marc-Andre Dalbavie, France Luc Ferrari, France, Tristan Murai!, France, Thierry Pecou, This unique three-day event of concerts and symposium explores new music and its philosophical, sociological and psychological underpinnings. The interplay of diverse perspectives will open insights into key cultural questions of our age and locate new music's form along SATURDAY MARCH 12, 10 AM - 5PM Symposium and concert at Canada Court, Royal Ontario Museum. 100 Queen's Park SUNDAY MARCH 13, 2PM Concert at Canada Court Royal Ontario Museum novelist and professor of literature. John Bentley Mays - author and art critic, Jordan Peterson - psychologist. Russell Smith - author and cultural critic, Jan Zwicky - poet, musician and philosopher Panel of Practitioners Robert Evertt-Green - music critic, Peter Hatch - composer, France*, Kaija Saariaho, Finland/France. Linda Bouchard, Canada, Nicolas Gilbert, Canada*, Ronald Bruce Smith, Canada • World premieres The Continuum Ensemble with Patrick Gallois conducting the continuum of culture. artistic director and professor of composition, Linda C. Smith Free admission to all events - composer and teacher, Michael Snow - artist and musician BIB Canada Council © for the Arts C:C#ll.\UllifOUIUU!NlllCll A1'0!M*1'0 Conseil des Arts du Canada Moderator Gary-Michael Dault OYAMAHA strands Strands of ideas, woven. Operating on the margins, but gathering material from all directions, these composers reflect the paradoxes and shifting realities of new music today. TUESDAY APRIL 26, 8PM Music Gallery at St. George the Martyr, 179 John Street Composers Martin Arnold, Canada*, Rose Bolton, Canada, Keith Denning, Canada, Guss Janssen, NL, Patrick St. Denis, Canada Performers Anne Thompson, flute, Max Christie, clarinet. Benjamin Bowman, violin, Angela Rudden, viola, Paul Widner, cello, Sanya Eng, harp, David Swan, piano, Ryan Scott, percussion Gary Kulesha, conductor, nckets: /$10/ For information, call Continuum at 416.924.4945 or visit • World premiere OAC commission continuum Jennifer Waring, Artistic Director MARCH 1 - APRIL 7 2005 WWW. THEWHOLENOTE.COM

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