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Volume 11 Issue 3 - November 2005

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ACADEMY CONCERT SERIES

ACADEMY CONCERT SERIES 50 ACCLARION 73 ACROBAT Music 72 ALDEBURGH CONNECTION 52, 57 ALEXANDER KATS 69 ALL THE KING'S VOICES 55 AMICI CHAMBER ENSEMBLE 23, 43 ANALEKTA 17 ART OF TIME ENSEMBLE 42 ATMA CLASSIQUE 7 BACH CHILDREN'S CHORUS 26 BACH CONSORT 24 BATA SHOE MUSEUM 42, 49 BAY BLOOR RADIO 88 BLOOR STREET UNITED CHURCH 51 CANADIAN CHILDREN'S OPERA CHORUS 37 CANADIAN SINFONIETTA 55 CANCLONE SERVICES 72 CARNEGIE HALL MESSIAH 28 CATHEDRAL BLUFFS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 43 CENTENARY CONCERT SERIES 59 CHRIST CHURCH DEER PARK 42, 44 CHRIST CHURCH JAZZ VESPERS 34 CHURCH OF THE REDEEMER 49 CIVIC LIGHT OPERA COMPANY 37 CLARKSON COMMUNITY CONCERTS 56 CLASSIC VOICE INSTRUCTION 69 COLWELL ARTS MANAGEMENT 71 CONTINUUM CONTEMPORARY Music 32 CosMo Music 35 DAVE SNIDER Music CENTRE 35 DAVID BUCHBINDER 77 DEER PARK CONCERTS 44 DR. KATARINA B ULAT 69 ELMER ISELER SINGERS 42 ELORA FESTIVAL SINGERS 62 ESPRIT ORCHESTRA 2 ETOBICOKE COMMUNITY CONCERT BAND 46 EXULTATE CHAMBER SINGERS 26 FESTIVAL WIND ORCHESTRA 35 FRIDAYS @ E IGHT 52 GARY ARMSTRONG WOODWINDS 36 GEORGE HEINL 18 GEORGETOWN BACH CHORALE 61 GILLMORE Music 16 GRACE CHURCH ON-THE-HILL 51 HAMIL TON PHILHARMONIC 61 HANNAFORD STREET SILVER BAND 21 HARKNETT MUSICAL SERVICES 36 HELICONIAN HALL 71 I FURIOSI BAROQUE ENSEMBLE 25 IS IS CANADA 49 JANET CATHERINE DEA 69 JUBILATE SINGERS 53 LAWRENCE PARK COMMUN ITY CHURCH 27 L INDEN SCHOOL 65 LOCKRIDGE H1F1 79 LONG & McOuADE 36 MARJORIE SPARKS 67 MARK J ULSON, CLASSICAL PIANO 44 MARKHAM T HEATRE 13 MICHAEL J. IERULLO 36 MIKROKOSMOS 73 MISSISSAUGA FESTIVAL CHOIR 56 MOOREDALE CONCERTS 54 Music AT METROPOLITAN 49 Music FOR YouNG CHILDRE N 66 Music GALLERY 31 Music ON THE DONWAY 50 Music RooM 67 Music ToRONTO 9, 41 , 46, 48, 52, 56 MUSICIANS IN ORDINARY 55 40 Back to Ad Index INDEX OF ADVERTISERS NATIONAL YOUTH ORCHESTRA 65 NAXOS OF CANADA 75 NEW Music CONCERTS 33, 47 NEW OPERA AND CONCERT CENTRE 50 NEW SCHOOL OF CLASSICAL VOCAL STUDIES 70 NICK ROUBAS 20 N ICOLAE V OICULETS 50 NIGHTLIFE JAZZ TouR 35 0FFCENTRE MUSIC 45 ONSTAGE AT GLENN GOULD STUDIO 4 OPERA IN CONCERT 58 OPERA ONTARIO 60 OPERA YORK 50 OPERA-IS 38 ORCHESTRAS MISSISSAUGA 47 ORIANA WOMEN'S CHOIR 54 ORPHEUS CHOIR 45 0SSIA49 PASQUALE BROS. 71 PA TIIE KELLY 68 PAX CHRISTI CHORALE 57 PENTHELIA S INGERS 58 PETER MAHON 28 PHILLIP L. DAVIS, LUTHIER 18 REMENYI HOUSE OF Music 19 RENAISSANCE SINGERS 24 RESEARCH D IVISION , BAYCREST CENTRE 71 RICHARD UNDERHILL 84 RIVERDALE YOUTH SINGERS 26 R OY T HOMSON HALL 5 ROYAL CONSERVATORY OF Music 15, 46 SCARBOROUGH BEL CANTO CHOIR 28 SHERATON CADWELL ORCHESTRAS 64 SHOW ONE PRODUCTIONS 19 SINE NOMINE 5 1 SINFONIA ToRONTO 20 SOUND POST 25 SouNDSTREAMS CANADA 48 SRI CANADA 6 ST. JAMES' CATHEDRAL CHORAL SOCIETY 46 ST . MICHAEL'S CHOIR SCHOOL 27 STUDIO 92 73 SUE CROWE CONNOLLY 68 T AFELMUSIK 11, 25, 79 T ALISKER PLAYERS 45 TALLIS CHOIR 57 ToRONTO ALL-STAR B IG BAND 34 TORONTO CONSORT 24 TORONTO MENDELSSOHN CHOIR 29 TORONTO MENDELSSOHN YOUTH CHOIR 54 TORONTO Music ExPo TMX 8 TORONTO SYMPHONY 3, 43, 86, 87 TORONTO WELSH MALE VOICE CHOIR 26, 27 TORONTOHEARANDNOW.COM WEBSITE 33 TRUE NORTH BRASS 23 TRYPTYCH PRODUCTIONS 21 UNIVERSAL Music 8 1, 83, 85 UNIVERSITY OF ToRONTO 53 UNIVERSITY OF ToRONTO , F ACULTY OF Music 41 UNIVERSITY OFT ORONTO, SCARBOROUGH CAMPUS 51 UTSAV MULTI-FAITH FESTIVAL 30 VILLAGE VOICES 55 WOMEN'S MUSICAL CLUB 52 YORK REGION CONSERVATORY OF Music 47 YORK UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF Music 48 WE ARE ALL Music's CHILDREN November's Child .... "Live, love, sing!" Identify this member of our music community, now an internationally renowned Canadian soprano, for a chance to win tickets or a recording. The children in the photo are members of the Canadian Children's Opera Chorus, dressed for the October 1976 COC production of Tosca. by Masha Buell From left to right: front to back, Christine Pawlicki, November's Child, WholeNote listings editor Vanessa Wells, Paula Willis . Think you might know who November's Child is? Send your best guess to musicschildren@thewholenote.com. (Winners will be selected by random draw among entries received by Nov 15 , 2005.) October's Child .... was Alison Melville Toronto-born Alison Melville began playing the recorder in a school classroom in London (UK). Years later, she was the first recorder player to receive an M.Mus.Perf. from the University of Toronto, and studied at the Schola Canto rum Basiliensis as the winner of numerous awards from the Canada Council . Now known as one of Canada's leading performers on historical flutes, she has performed across Canada and the USA, New Zealand, Iceland, Japan, and Europe. Other memorable moments include playing for CBC-TV's The Friendly Giant, Atom Egoyan's The Sweet Hereafter, several solo shows in inner-city London schools, and, oh yes, a summer of concerts in Ontario prisons. A member of the Toronto Consort, Alison also appears frequently with Baroque Music Beside the Grange and with the Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra both as soloist and orchestral musician. Alison has contributed to numerous recordings on Sony, Atma, Naxos, Analekta, Dorian, CBC, ebs and other labels, including three solo discs of Baroque recorder and traverso repertoire, and recorder music from the mid-20th century. She will perform with Baroque Music Beside the Grange Friday Nov 4, and with Tafelmusik for the Opera Atelier production of Armide which runs from Nov 5 to Nov 12 at the Elgin Theatre. And our winners ... "Alison Melville: my favourite recorder player!" Paulette Popp and a guest are invited to attend Transverse Pleasures (Friday Nov 4, 8pm), where Alison will play traverso, with Joelle Morton (viola da gamba), Lucas Harris & Daniel Swenberg (baroque lutes and theorbos). "The face is distinctive, and the quote made me think of her immediately, 'though I can't say why ... " Burton Patkau will receive a copy of Alison's new recording She's Sweetest When She's Naked (www .early-music.com). CONGRATULATIONS Paulette and Burton! WWW. THEWHOLENOTE.COM N OVEMBER 1 - DECEMB ER 7 2005

LISTINGS Concerts: Toronto & nearby Plans change! Always call ahead to confirm details with presenters. Concerts: Toronto & nearby PAGE 41 Concerts: Further Afield PAGE 59 Music Theatre/Opera PAGE 62 Jazz Clubs PAGE 63 Announcements/Lectures Symposia/Etcetera page 64 Tuesday November 01 - 12:30: York University Department of Music. Singing Our Songs. Young classical artists from the studios of Catherine Robbin, Norma Burrowes, Stephanie Bogle, Dehlia Wallis, Benjamin Butterfield, Christina Stelmacovich & Karen Rymal; Susan Black, accompanist. Mclaughlin Performance Hall, 4700 Keele St. 416-736-5186. Free. - 1 :00: St. James' Cathedral. Music at Midday. Michael Bloss, organ. 65 Church St. 416· 364· 7865 ex 224. Free. - 7:30: Holocaust Education Week. From Destruction Through Survival to Strength: A Musical Celebration of the Jewish Spirit. Moshe Hammer, violin; Shoshana Friedman, vocals; Daniel E. Friedman, piano. Baycrest Centre for Geriatric Care, Wagman Centre, 55 Ameer Ave. 416· 785-2500 ex 2271. Free. - 8:00:Music Toronto. Lucille Chung, piano. Brahms: Three Intermezzi Op.117; Franck: Prelude, Choral & Fugue; Morel: Etude de sonorite 112; Rachmaninov: Marceaux de fantaisie Op.3; Liszt: Hungarian Rhapsody 1113. Jane Mallett Theatre, 27 Front St. E. 416-366· 7723, 800· 708-6754. -, 18-35 pay your age, (st), accompanying adult Y, price. Wednesday November 02 - 12:30: York University Department of Music. Singing Our Songs. Mclaughlin Perform· ance Hall. See Nov. 1. - 12:30: Yorkminster Park Baptist Church. Noonday Organ Recital Angus Sinclair, organ. 1585 Yonge St. 416-922-1167. Free. - 8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Pines of Rome. Schubert/Bario: Rendering; Tchaikovsky: Capriccio ltalien; Respighi: The Pines of Rome. Gianandrea Noseda: conductor. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe St. 416-593- 4828. -$115. -9:00: Lula Lounge.HabanaSax. 1585 Dundas St. W. 416-588-0307. . Thursday November 03 - 12:00: CBC Radio. Music Around Us Young Artist Series. Reger: Suite No. 1 in g for solo viola, Op.131 d; Bruch: Romance in F, Op. 85; Weber: Andante and Rondo Ongarese; works by Schumann and Vieuxtemps. Teng Li, viola; Li Wang, piano. Keith Horner, host. Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front St. West. 416-2 05-5555. Free. - 12:30: Christ Church Deer Park. Lunchtime Chamber Music Series. Music by Bizet, Faure, Debussy, Gluck, lbert & others. Sandra Fann, harp; Kathryn Moses, flute. 1570 Yonge St. 416-920-5211. Admission by donation. - 12:30: York University Department of Music. Singing Our Songs. Mclaughlin Perform· ance Hall. See Nov. 1. - 7:00: Bala Shoe Museum. Royal Conserva tory of Music: Flute & Harp. Music by Debussy, Piazzolla & others. Ruth S. Mar, harp; Shauna Basiuk, flute. 327 Bloor St. W. 416-979-7799. Free. - 8:00: Drury Lane Theatrical Productions. Man of La Mancha. Donna Dunn-Albert, music director. 2269 New St., Burlington. 905- 637-3979. ; call for special rates. For complete run see music theatre listings. - 8:00: Markham Theatre.Foothills Brass Ouintet:Bourbon Street to Broadway. Jazz, ragtime, dixieland, blues, swing and show tunes. 171 Town Centre Blvd., Markham. 905-305- 7469. , . - 8:00: Royal Conservatory of Music Community Concert Series. Genticorum. Trio with Quebecois repertoire. 90 Croatia St. 416-408-2824 ex321. , (sr/stJ, (family). - 8:00: Scarborough Music Theatre. Hello, Dolly! Music and lyrics by Herman. Scarborough Village Theatre, 3600 Kingston Rd. 416-396- 4049. ; (sr/st/grps 15 +).For complete run see music theatre listings. - 8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Pines of Rome. Roy Thomson Hall. See Nov 2. 11.1 ,,.~ FACULTY N\ U N JV E.RSJTY OF TORONTO CONTEMPORARY l\ilusrc ENSEMBLE, Gnry K11lcsha, director \Vorld premiere ell' Heinz Holliger's "Toronto Exercises" ~iiM &W~G VIOLIN & PIANO RECITAL - Nov 4 ti~

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