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Volume 11 Issue 3 - November 2005

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The Bach Children's

The Bach Children's Chorus and the Bach Chamber Youth Choir Linda Beaupre, Conductor Eleanor Daley, Pianist A holiday celebration featuring award-winning carols composed by members of the Bach Children's Chorus and songs of the season by Bob Chilcott, Baruch Cohen, David Eddleman, John Rutter, Healey Willan and others. Guest instrumentalists will add colour on steel pans, guitar and percussion. ,~.~il Saturday, December 10, 2005 at 7:30 pm Toronto Centre for the Arts George Weston Recital Hall 5040 Yonge Street (north of Sheppard Ave.) BACHi~~i~ Tickets: and at the Toronto Centre box office or TicketMaster at 416.870.8000 torontdartsbou nci I A••n,·,i.n11>lodyolthGltJO!To,onto www.bachorus.org '""'&ch Ohildnn'• Clbo,,u, ----~ChomOntuio, t.pue61lla.rfmldizas~ itom.l:IMOmarioArtaCoacil and the Taranto Arb Coundl. o

Soprano Sofoist Wanted Soprano Soloist/Section Leader required for Lawrence Park Community Church, Toronto. Please contact Mark Toews, Director of Music mark@lawrenceparkchurch.ca (416) 489-1551 ext.28 Helmuth Rilling in Germany, and contributed most effectively to the burgeoning Canadian choral landscape over the past 30 years. The Orpheus Choir combines forces with Cooper's Chorus Niagara on November 6 for what will surely be one of the most interesting choral events of the year. I wrote last year of a local performance of a piece called The Armed Man, by a British jazz musician called Karl Jenkins. It seems that Jenkins has generated a great deal of excitement for his compositions. His music is now performed and recorded frequently and earlier this year he was awarded the OBE. The Orpheus Choir performs The Armed Man in one half of this concert and the Toronto premiere of Christos Hatzis' Sepulchre of Life on the other. Big music! The rest of the Orpheus season is fascinating: Willan's The Mystery of Bethlehem in December, the Toronto premiere of a jazz setting of the Mass by Steven Dobrogosz in February, and Mary Lou Fallis' new choral show, Primadonna Choral is in May. They are also taking part in a commemoration of the 20th anniversary of the Chernobyl disaster next CONTINUES The Toronto Welsh Male Voice Choir presents its Annual Christmas Concert Friday Dec. 9th at 7:30 Eglinton St. George's United Church (Lytton Blvd. & Duplex, Toronto M4R 1L2) Tickets: .00 Tel: 416-410-2254 e-mail: john.hewings@sympatico.ca Visit us @ www.twmvc.com Se, Mfcbaef s CbofR School featuring special guest ~@b®ri P@ffil'Hilk@v bass soffoffst December< 9 & 10 @ 8:00 pm Masseg HalJ 7 T or

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