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Volume 11 Issue 1 - September 2005

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22 ~J~~~ Lydia Adams, Conductor 27th Season 2005-2006 Concert Series TRIBUTE: THOMAS TALLIS Friday, November 4, 2005 7:30 pm Metropolitan United Church, 56 Queen St. E., Toronto Tallis' Spem in Alium, Missa: Puer Natus est Nobis, The Lamentations of Jeremiah (Set 1) and English motets Gaude Gloriosa; William Byrd's Ye Sacred Muses; Marjan Mozetich's Motet on Themes by Thomas Tallis, commissioned by CBC/SAC. Special Guest Artists: The Studio Musique Ancienne de Montreal HANDEL'S MESSIAH Friday, December 2, 2005 8:00 pm Metropolitan United Church, 56 Queen St. E., Toronto Soloists: Meredith Hall, soprano Marianne Bindig, mezzo-soprano Colin Ainsworth, tenor Gary Relyea, bass with orchestra. J.S. BACH'S ST. JOHN PASSION Friday, February 3, 2006 8:00 pm Metropolitan United Church, 56 Queen St. E., Toronto Soloists: Leslie Fagan, soprano Christine Stelmacovich, alto Floyd Gadd, Evangelist Lawrence Wiliford, tenor John Avey, bass/Christus with orchestra. Concert Sponsor T ~ CANADIAN-GERMAN FESTIVAL CELEBRATION Harry Freedman, Mary Morrison Friday, May 5, 2006 7:30 pm Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front St. West, Toronto Guest artists: Amadeus Chamber Singers and the Aeolian Winds A concert honouring the artistic brilliance and immense contributions of these two Canadian musicians. All programs and locations subject to change Subscriptions to our 4-concert Toronto series are 5 for regular tickets, and 0 for seniors and students. Single Tickets are regular and Seniors/Students, except for Messiah, for which tickets are and . 2180 Bayview Avenue, Toronto, Ontario M4N 3K7 ale, Canada Council Consell des Arts ~ for the Arts du Canada torontdartsbo unci I Anarm 'slengthbodyof u,eC,1yo1Toron10 FOR SUBSCRIPTIONS, TICKETS OR BROCHURE CALL 416·217 ·0537 Monday to Friday 9 am - 5 pm Back to Ad Index WWW. THEWHOLENOTE , COM 2005-2006 Concert Series Singers Wanted All Voices Christmas for Kids . \ c L" k b c ujon i(_,r rhc..: ~-oung ai- hL"an! Sund:1 1·, N \'\.:ml"-r 2 7 . 200S ;11 -1: .>0pm Christmas Classics ' J'r:1d i1io11 ;1l ~ 0 11gs (>( 1'1c Sc..·a :-.t' t' c>r purchasing ticket s., call 416-225-2255 or e mail allthekino-svoices@ cana da.co1n w~v w .allt 0 11e k' 1ngsvo 1ces.ca . \-W.pentl·1L·lia.coi 11 f'e.nth£ti~ ~in1e.r5 AUDITIONS! Experienced female choral singers arc im·ited to auditio n for the fall and \·inte r season: Sr111gsof .a~1'- :1r1 ir1 sp lri ng pro d1k·tion :H St. P:-utl's B:1silil·:-1 & Th,, ! ·Our l 'l./1•1JJNJl '.c licnth. /111 : J•llt and lrat,·r- :111 r-"ll\' Lru nrnn ll :1 1 extr'..'lY:1g:rn.%:1 l{rh{''.·trs:ils :.ire d fl \ ~·d11l ·:--c l:.1y c\·l·ni r1 g:-- 1·ro111 -,311- 1):30 p .tll. :ll Ruscd:,k Prcsl,Ytc ri:lll Cl1u1\·I, / l11ditio11s h)' "f>Poi11!1JJml ,1! ./ 16-229-0S22 l',•11thdir1 Sit(::,·,:, tl(//;..,.I' lo th,· Uty o/ Foronlo /)iso-i111i1111tion and l imr1ss111n1/ Po/i(!l's The Toronto Choral Society Good Men Wanted! The Toronto Choral Society, a non-auditioned mixed-voice choir: needs tenors and basses. Under the guidance of conductor Geoffrey Butler, this 120-voice ensemble performs at least two major concerts each season (September to June), and sings a varied repertoire ranging from traditional favourites like Handel's Messiah to jazz musician Paul Winter's Missa Gaia. We have al so been invited to perform in a prestigious music festival in Russia in 2006. TCS is a friendly organization dedicated to encouraging the musical talents of members at every level of ability. If you 're interested in joining us, please call 416-410-3509. Season starts September 7, 2005 at 7 p.m. at Eastminster United Church, 3 lO Danforth Ave. Toronto Or visit our web site at www.torontochoralsociety.org SEPTE MBE R 1 - O CTOBER 7 2005

the fascinating hybrid autorickshaw plays the Small World Music Fest on Sept 30 and October 1. Canary Pages choir-finder Remember, it is not too late to join a choir for the season, if you are interested. The evidence is right here in the recruitment ads in these two pages and elsewhere! There are choirs to suit every reader's taste, ability and preference: in Toronto, nearby and further afield. And help is close at hand finding one for you. Just visit the WholeNote website at www.thewholenote.com and grab yourself a copy of WholeNote's "Choral Canary Pages". It contains descriptions and contact information for more than 150 local choirs. Singsations If you're interested in singing but can't make the weekly commitment for whatever reason, you might want to explore the Mendelssohn Choir's Singsation Saturday series. For a small fee, you can join a large group of singers for a readthrough of interesting choral repertoire under the direction of a fine conductor. This year's conductors include Stephanie Martin (Pax Christi), Brainerd Blyden-Taylor (Nathaniel Dett) and composer Mark Sirett. The Mendelssohn's own maestro Noel Edison leads the first session on the music of Healey Willan on Saturday, Sept. 24. For more information, call 416 598-0422 ext. 22. I"----------, I TRYJ:..!:~CH I I Ensemble TrypTych I I Chamber Cflmr I I AUDITIONING FOR ALL vOICES I I Lenard Whiting - Music Director I I Ensemble TrypTych Chamber Choir I I is a volunteer community choir in its I 5th season. We are looking for I enthusiastic and experienced choristers ofl all voice types. For more information, please call: 416 763-5066/info@tryptych.org ... _________ ... Edward Franko, William Shookhoff, Lenard Whiting Artistic Directors BURLINGTON CIVIC CHORALE Dr. Gary Fisher, Director Audition Call for Experienced Singers 2005-2006 SEASON n A 30-voice SATB J ,..._, choral ensemble • J performing the I music of Lasso, ~ Jj Vivaldi, Zelenka, • Telemann, Handel, ~ Rossini and Broadway favorites. ~ Modest sight-reading J skills required. ,_..,:;//~{;~ ...,. .~\ Z,q

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