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Volume 10 Issue 6 - March 2005

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tuholenote online NEW! WholeNote Magazine is now available as a printable PDF, identical with the printed edition, complete with advertising. Find it at INDEX OF ADVERTISERS Welcome to WholeNote's LIVE LISTINGS (GTA) READERS PLEASE NOTE: Presenters' plans change; and we occasionally make mistakes! Please always use the phone numbers provided to call ahead. For Concert-; Beyond the GTA see pages 57,58. For Music Theatre and Opera Listings see pages 58,59. For Jazz Listings see pages 59,60. Acdarion S6 Kingsway Conservatory 6S Silver Creek Summer Music Acrobat Music Recording Kitchener Waterloo School and Fe!lival 61 Studio 14 Philharmonic Choir SB Sinfonia Toronto 13 Aldeburgh Connection 47 Li! 26 Sirius Theatrical Company Analekta IS Living Am Centre SO 67 Annex lingers 21 Lockridge HiFi 72 Songbird Studios 66 Anno Domini Chamber Long & McQuade 17 Sound Po!t 14 lingers S6 Lung Association of Canada loundmeams Canada B ATMA 79 17 SRI Canada 4. 75 Bach Elgar Choir 21 Marjorie Sparks Voice It. James' Cathedral 49 Bay Bloor Radio BO Studio 64 It. Paul's Foundation for the CAMMAC 39 Mikrokosmos 73 Am SI Canadian Music Centre 23 Mississauga Choral Society It. Simon The Apo1tle CanClone Services 71 22 Church S6 Chri!l Church Deer Park Mississauga Symphony S3 Studio 92 73 jazz Vespers 3 I Mooredale Concerts 46 Sue Crowe Connolly 63 Chrylark Am and Music 44 Music at Metropolitan SI Susan Purdy Music 67 Church of the Ascension 21, Music at Port Milford 41 Tafelmusik SS, 61 SS Music Gallery 24 Teaching Music with Colour Clapping Land World Music Music Room (The) 63 6S 6S Music Toronto B, 9, 42, 46, Toreador Music Recording Concerts at It. Georges S6 49, S3, SS Facilities 71 Continuum Contemporary Musicians in Ordinary 54 Toronto Centre for the Am Music 2S Nadina Mackie Jackson 71 16 Cosmo Music 31 National Academy Orchestra Toronto Children's Chorus 21 Counterpoint Community 41 Toronto Consort 33 Orchema 46 Naxos 69 Toronto Mendelssohn Youth Daniel Taylor/BIS 77 "New Music Concerti 23, 52 Choir 21 Dave Snider Music Centre I B New School of Classical Vocal Toronto Senior Strings S6 David Smith 63 Studies 3S Toronto Symphony 6, 7 Denise Williams 65 No Strings Theatre True North Brass S7 Dr. Sarah Mickeler, Productions 62 TrypTych Music Theatre Chiropractor 67 Onltage at Glenn Gould Summer Workshop 3S Earshot1 Concerts SO Studio 12 U of T at Scarborough 50, Elmer lseler lingers I B Opera in Concert 34 54 Esprit Orchema 27 Opera York 34 U of T Faculty of Music 43 Etobicoke Community Concert Opera-II 35 U of T Opera Division 33 Band 46 Oriana Women's Choir 44 Universal Music 3 Evergreen Club Gamelan 47 Orpheus Choir 47 Victor Togni Memorial French Farmhouse Holidays Ossia 52 Concert I B 62 Pattie Kelly 63 Victoria Scholars 44 Gabrielle Mclaughlin and Peter Mahon 22 Vintage Steinway Gallery 19 Katherine Hill 43 Phillip L. Davis, Luthier 19 VocalPoint Chamber Choir George Heinl 12 Proteus World Music 51 51 Grace Church on-the-Hill 53 Quartmo Gelato 18 Voices 54 Grzegorz's Great Lakes Remenyi House of Music 19 Vox Cura 37 Guitar Tour 56 Revival Bar Jau 32 Wendy Dobson 4B Guitar Workshop Plus 62 Robert Lowrey's Piano Westben Am Festival Hannaford Street Silver Experts 14 Theatre 45 Band 30, 4B Robin Howell 64 WholeNote Editorial Specials Harknett Musical Services 30 Roy Thomson Hall 55 29 Hean long Yoga 63 Royal Conservatory of WholeNote Salon 45 Heartsong Method (The) 67 Music 17 William Van Ree I Remote Heliconian Hall 67 Royal Opera Canada 2 Control 73 I Furiosi Baroque Ensemble Royans School 66 Women's Musical Club 11, 46 52 Sherway Academy of York University Dept. of Janet Catherine Dea 63 Music 66 Music 31, 52 Katarina Bulat 67 Tuesday March 01 Music TORONTO - 12:30 & 7:30: York University Depart· ment of Music. le Salon de Chant. Art songs & arias. Students from the studios of Catherine Robbin, Norma Burrowes, Steph· anie Bogle, Christine Stelmacovich & Karen Rymal; Raisa Nakhmanovich & Susan Black, piano. Mclaughlin Performance Hall, 4700 Keele St. 416· 736-5186. Free. Midday performance free; evening: $ l 0, st). - 1 :OD: St. James' Cathedral. Music at Midday: A Bach Festival. Michael Bloss, organ. 65 Church St. 416-364-7865 x231. Free. - 6:30: Cinematheque Ontario. J.eurneys Into the Night: The Films of F. W. Murnau. Live piano accompaniment to Tartuffe by William O'Meara. Jackman Hall, Art Gallery of Ontario, 317 Dundas West. 416-968· 3456. $10.1 O(non-member), (member). .50(sr/ st member). For complete run see music theatre listings. - 7:30: Glendon Musical Ensemble. Noche Latina. Dance & Latin music for strings, piano, percussion & choir. Cristina Raimondo & Paulo Bittencourt, co-directors; Glendon students, faculty, alumni & friends. Glendon Theatre, 2275 Bayview Ave. 416-487-6822. PWYC ( recom· mended donation). - 7:30: Sinfonia Toronto. StringFest! Respighi: Ancient Airs and Dances Suite #3; Elgar: Serenade for Strings; Suk: Serenade & other works. Cardinal Carter Academy Chamber Orchestra; North Toronto Collegiate lnstitu ' te Chamber Orchestra; Earl Haig Secondary School Chamber Orchestra; Debbie Goldhar, Jolanta Hickey, Alan Torok, Nurhan Arman. conductors. North Toronto Collegiate Institute, 70 Roehampton Ave. 416-499-1l403. Free. - 8:00: Living Arts Centre Mississauga. Grease. Hammerson Hall, 4141 Living Arts Drive. 905-306-6000. $ 39-$ 59. - 8:00: Music Toronto Chamber Socie· ty. James VanOemark, double bass; Aboriginal Guest Artists. Schubert: Quintet in A Op.114 Trout; Mendelssohn: Andante in E Op.81 # 1; Scherzo in a Op.81 #2; Clingan: Circle of Faith - the words of Chief Seattle for narrator, drum group & string quartet. Jane Mallet Theatre. 27 Front St. East. 416-366-7723. ,. - 8:00: Smile Theatre. Fred and Adele. Musical story of Fred & Adele Astaire. Tom Kneebone, author; Dinah Christie, director; starring William Orlowski & Susan Cuth· bert. Al Green Theatre, Miles Nadal JCC, 750 Spadina Ave. 416-599-8440. . - 8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Sentimental Swing - Pops Concert. Music of Dorsey, Miller, Shaw. Goodman. Basie and Kenton. Bob O' Angelis, clarinet; Jeff Tyzik, conductor. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe St. 416-593-4828. -. Wednesday March 02 - 12:30: Music Gallery Institute. Free lunch Music: Inventors & Innovators. Selections from Pieces of letters. Darren Copeland, electro-acoustic artist. St. George the Martyr Church, 197 John St. 416-588-2514. Free. - 12:30: Yorkminster Park Church . . Noonday Recital: Chris Dawes, organ. 15B5 Yonge St. 416-922-1167. Free. - 12:30 & 7:30: York University Depart· ment of Music. le Salon de Chant. Mclaughlin Performance Hall. See March 1. - 2:00 & 8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Sentimental Swing. Roy Thomson Hall. See Mar 1. Eve: -; mat: .25-. - 7:30: Glendon Musical Ensemble. Noche Latina. Glendon Theatre. See March 1. - 8:00: Baci of Canada. Carmina Burana Monumental Opera. Conceived & directed by Walter Haupt; Ramona Eremia. Jiri Kubik, Nikola Visnjakov, soloists; Teatre Usti; Czech National Choir; Czech Festival Orchestra. Air Canada Centre, 40 Bay St. 416·870-8000. -0. - 8:00: Markham Theatre for the Performing Arts. The Piano Men. Songs of Billy Joel & Elton John. Starring Jim Witter, piano & his band.171 Towne Centre Blvd. 905-305·7469. . - 8:00: TrypTych. Handel: Messiah. Ensemble TrypTych Chamber Choir; Trinity 42 - WWW. THEWHOLENOTE.COM MARCH 1 - APRIL 7 2005

Presbyterian Church Choir; UTSC Concert Singers; Sinfonia TrypTych; Lenard Whit· ing, music director. St. Martin·in·the·fields Church, 151 Glenlake. 416· 763·5066. , children 12 & under free. Thursday March 03 - 12:00 noon: CBC Radio Two. Music Around Us: Dmitri levkovich, piano. Music by Rachmaninoff, Haydn, Chopin, J.Strauss. Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front St. West. 416·205-5555. free. - 12: 10: University of Toronto Faculty of Music. The Versatile Oboe. Music by Ponchielli, Oorati and Reinecke. Keith Atkinson, oboe; Christopher Gongos, horn. Walter Hall. 80 Queen's Park. 416·978· 3744. free. - 12:30: University of Toronto Faculty of Music. Musical Connections: Concerts on Campus. Performances by students of the U of T faculty of Music chamber music program. flavelle House, faculty of Law, 78 Queen's Park Cres. 416·978·3744. free. - 12:30 & 7:30: York University Depart· ment of Music. le Salon de Chant. Mclaughlin Performance Hall. See March 1. - 8:00: Markham Theatre for the Per· forming Arts. The Piano Men. See March 2. - 8:30: Hugh's Room. Martyn Joseph. 2261 Dundas St. West. 416·531·6604 for reservations. (advance), (door). - 9:00: Worlds of Music Toronto. Performances by WOMT artists and their bands. Hart House, Arbor Room, 7 Hart House Circle. 416·588·8813. free. Friday March 04 - 7:30: University of Toronto Faculty of Music. Opera Series - Handel: Semele. Jeanne Lamon, Stephen Ralls, music direc· tors; Tom Diamond, stage director. MacMil· Ian Theatre, 80 Queen's Park. 416·978· 3744. ,. for complete run see music theatre listings. - 8:00: Exultate Chamber Singers. The True North. Works from Scandinavia, Russia, Iceland and Canada. Beverley Johnston, percussion; Susan Hoeppner, flute; Robert Karlgaard, piano; Paul Kennedy, reader; John Tuttle, director. St. Thomas' Church, 383 Huron St. 416·971 · 9229. , (sr).(st). - 8:00: Katherine Hill and Gabrielle Mclaughlin, sopranos; Stephanie Mar· tin, organ. Resistance is But Vain. Works by Purcell, Couperin, Monteverdi, Sances & others. Christ Church Deer Park, 1570 Yonge St. 416·652·5483. $10. - 8:00: Massey Hall. Directions in Music - Our Times. Herbie Hancock, piano; Roy Hargrove, trumpet; Michael Brecker, tenor saxophone. 15 Shuter. 416·872-4255. .50·.50. - 8:00: Milton Concert Series. Toronto All·Star Big Band. St. Paul's United Church, 123 Main St., Milton. 905·878-4732. ,. Saturday March 05 - 2:30: Music at St. Mark's. The Sty/a· manders. Program for children of all ages. Mark Kersey & Paul Gibson, keyboard, guitar & songster duo. 1 Greeṇland Rd. 416-444·6762. , (child 12 or under). - 7:30: Bach Children's Chorus. like A Rainbow. Guests: St. Marys Children's Choir; Guelph Youth Singers; Eileen Baldwin & Linda Beaupre, directors. Kingston Rd. United Church, 975 Kingston Rd. 416·431· 079D. $10. - 7:30: Oakville Chamber Orchestra. Serenade for Strings. Handel: Concerti grossi Op.6 #s 1,4,6; Elgar: Serenade for Strings; Respighi: Ancient Airs & Dances, suite #3. D.Rehner, A.Josephson & B.Baer, soloists; Stephane Potvin, music director. Central Baptist Church, 340 Rebecca St., Oakville. 9D5·337· 1083. ,, (child 12 & under). - 7:30: Oakville Children's Choir. Song and Script. Guests from the RBC festival of Classics; Glenda Crawford, music director. Evangel Church, 1450 Rebecca St., Oakville. 905·337··7104. ,. - 7:30: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. The French Connection. Dukas: The Sorcer· er's Apprentice; Ravel: Piano Concerto in D (for the left hand); Bolero; Saint Saens: Cello Concerto #1. Yegor Dyachkov, cello; David Jalbert, piano; Yannick Nezet·Seguin, conductor. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe St. 416·593·4B28. ·. CONCERT LISTINGS: GTA ... March Highlights ] THE GRYPHON TRIO Monday, March 7 - 7 pm • Walter Hall. ($I I) The world premiere of Christos Hatzis' A(!erthoughts. Beethoven's Archduke Trio and Kuzmenko's Dreams, with the Elmer lseler Singers, Doreen Rao. conductor. SHAUNA ROLSTON & LYDIA WONG Friday, March 18 • 8 pm. Walter Hall. () A cello and piano recital featuring two dynamic artists. Program includes the world premiere of Alexander Levkovich's Sorrowful Music and music by Chopin. SHARING THE VOICES Friday, March 18 • 8 pm • St. Basil's Church. () The MacMillan Chamber Singers, Doreen Rao, conductor; with the Elmer lseler Singers, Lydia Adams, conductor. U OFT SYMPHONIC BAND Saturday, March 19 • 8 pm • MacMillan Theatre. () Wind Band Classics • Works by Reed, Bach and Holst . Jeffrey Reynolds, conductor WORLD MUSIC ENSEMBLES Monday, March 21 • 8 pm • MacMillan Theatre. FREE Japanese taiko ensemble, Chinese traditional music ensemble, African drumming and dancing ensemble KURT ELLING MASTER CLASS KEN PAGE MEMORIAL TRUST MASTER CLASS SERIES Thursday, March 24 • I 0 am · MacMillan Theatre. FREE Critically acclaimed jazz vocalist and six-time Grammy Award nominee U OFT JAZZ ORCHESTRAS Tuesday, March 29 • 8 pm • MacMillan Theatre. () The I 0 O'Clock and I I O'Clock Jazz Orchestras led by Terry Promane and Jim Lewis perform with feawred guest Kirk MacDonald. MUSIC LIBRARY BOOK/RECORD SALE Wednesday, March 30. 11 am • 5 pm. Main Lobby Pre-sale of recordings takes place on March 28 in room EO 16, 4:30 - 7:00 pm ( admission) HEINZ HOLLIGER LECTURE AND WORLD PREMIERE MICHAEL AND SONJA KOERNER DISTINGUISHED VISITOR IN COMPOSITION Thursday, March 31 - 12: I 0 pm ·Walter Hall. FREE Distinguished visiting composer Heinz Heiliger gives a public lecture, followed by the world premiere of his U of T commissioned work performed by the U of T Contemporary . Music Ensemble, Gary Kulesha, director WWW.THEWHOLENOTE.COM

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