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Volume 11 Issue 3 - November 2005

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AN EVENING TO REMEMBER

AN EVENING TO REMEMBER ... Friday, November 11, 2005 • 7:30 pm. War anniversaries marked by the world this year ring dissonantly against the ongoing strife all over the world. Through music we are called to remember vivid memories and to commit to ongoing peace and justice. REQUIEM by Gabriel Faure THE UNKNOWN SOLDIER by Andrew Ager Toronto premiere performance The St. James Cathedral Choral Society David Low, Principal Conductor The St. James Singers Andrew Ager, Guest conductor String Quartet, Organ and Harp With soloists Kirsten Fielding, soprano Elaine Robertson, mezzo • Jessie Clark, bass Tickets ( students.seniors) available from the Cathedral Gift Shop in person or by phoning 416-366-1728 Also available at the door the night of the concert The Cathedral Church of St. James King & Church, Toronto • 416-364-7865 For more information and liturgical schedule visit www.stjamescathedral.on.ca ... CONCERTS Toronto & nearby C.Schumann: Notturno from SoireesMusicales; R. Schumann: Novelette Op.21118; Fantasy Op.15 in C. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park. 416-978-3744. Free. - 12:30: Christ Church Deer Park. Lunchtime Chamber Music: Kirby String Duartet. Schubert: Cello Quintet. Julia Wed· mann, Aisslinn Nosky, violins; Max Mandel, viola; Carina Reeves, cello. Guest: Christina Mahler, cello. 1570 Yonge St. 416-920- 5211 . Admission by donation. - 12:30: York University Department of Music. Balkan Ensemble. Irene Markoff, director. Mclaughlin Performance Hall, 4700 Keele St. 416· 736-5186. Free. - 2:00:Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Music of Remembrance. Roy Thomson Hall. See Nov 9. .50-.50. - 6:00: Alliance Francaise.Dtic/ic. Music by Bach, Bartok, Piazzol~. Saint-Saens, Satie/ Takemitsu & Barnes. Sandrine Chat ran. harp; Sandrine Tilly, flute. Music Gallery, 197 John St. 416-922-2014 ex 35. , (st), free(members Alliance Fran~aise). - 6:30: Bata Shoe Museum. Royal Con· servatory of Music: Marimba Magic with Chris Hastings. Bach compositions & other works. Chris Hastings, marimba. 327 Bloor St. W. 416-979-7799. Free. - 7:30: Aquadisiac. Vineet Vyas CD Launch Concert: Taalworks. 266 Queens Quay W. 416-9139841. Free. - 7:30:University of Toronto Faculty of Music, Opera Division. Nicolai: The Merry Wives of Windsor. Sandra Horst. conductor; Michael Patrick Albano, director. MacMillan Theatre, 80 Queen's Park. 416-978-3744. ,. For complete run see music theatre listings. - 8:00: Brampton Music Theatre. Oliver. Music and lyrics by Lionel Bart. Julie Vandrish, director. Lester B. Pearson Theatre, 150 Central Park Blvd., Brampton. 905-874-2800. , (sr/10-18yrs). (under 10), call re grp/mat. rates. For complete run see music theatre listings. - 8:00: Music Toronto. Mira String Duartet. Beethoven: String Quartet in F, Op.18 11 1; Davids: Tinnitus Quartet (world premiere); Smetana: String Quartet 111 in e. Jane Mallett Theatre, 27 Front St. E 416-366-7723, 800· Music TORONTO 708-6754. -, 18-35 pay your age, (st), accompanying adult Y, price. - 8:00: Royal Conservatory of Music. ARC Glenn Gould School Faculty Concert. Rontgen: Cello Sonata; Trio for clarinet, viola & piano; String Sextet; Viola Sonata 111; Piano Quintet. Erika Raum, Marie Bedard, Steven Dann, Bryan Epperson; Joaquin Valdepeiias. David Louie, Dianne Werner, performers. Glenn Gould Studio. 250 Front St. W. 416· 205-5555. $ 20, $ lD(sr/st) - 8:00: Theatre Sheridan. Rodgers & Hart: A Celebration. 1430 Trafalgar Rd., Oakville. 905-815-4049. , (alumni, Sheridan f/t st). For complete run see music theatre listings. - 8:00: Toronto Philharmonia. Vo,ces of Victory. Choruses from Wagner, Tchaikovsky, Handel, Elgar, Haydn & Bizet. Guests: Men· delssohn Choir; Marion Newman, mezzo; Andrew Tees, baritone; Kerry Stratton, conductor. George Weston Recital Hall, 5040 Yonge St. 416-872- 1111. , .50- (sr). - 9:00: Hart House. Autorickshaw. South Indian jazz fusion. Arbor Room, 7 Hart House Circle, 416-588-8813. Free. - 9:30: Arraymusic. CD Release Party: Arraylive. Lula Lounge, 1585 Dundas St. W. 416-532-3019. , (sr/art & culture workers). (st). Friday November 11 - 12:30: York University Department of Music. York University's World Chorus. Global choral music. Judith Cohen, director. Mclaughlin Performance Hall, 4700 Keele St. 416-736-5186. Free. - 7:00 & 10:00: Music Gallery. Bell Drchestre with Kepler. 197 John St. 416- 204-1080. . - 7:30: St. James' Cathedral Choral Society. An Evening to Remember. Faure: Requiem. Ager: An Unknown Soldier. With the St. James Singers, string quartet and harp. Michael Bloss, director of music; David Low and Andrew Ager, conductors. 65 Church St. 416-3647865. , $ l 5(sr/st). - 8:00: Etobicoke Community Concert Band.! 0th Anniversary Concert. Guests: True North Brass. John Edward Liddle, music director. Etobicoke Collegiate Auditorium, 86 Montgomery Rd. 416-410-1570. , (sr), $ 5(st), free(child). TR.VE NOR.TH BRASS in concert: with the [lfU5!COIKE COMMVINIITII' CONCEU BAJNJI) NOV 11 & U ,rnli-,U0-1'510 46 Back to Ad Index \'\Y\'. I HI-\VI IOI [NO I 1-.co Vi N OVEMB ER 1 - D ECEMBER 7 2005

- 8:00: Royal Conservatory of Music. Community Concert Series: Laila Biali Trio. 9 0 Croatia St. 416-408-2824 ex321. , O(sr/stJ, (family). - 8:00: Toronto Consort. Ensemble C/emellt Janeq111i1. French polyphonic songs. Dominique Visse, counter-tenor.Trinity· St.Paul's Centre, 427 Bloor Street W. 416- 964-6337. -; -(sr/st). - 8:00: Vic Chorus. Fall Concert. Faure: Requiem selections; folk songs from the British Isles. Vic Chapel, Victoria College, 73 Queen's Park Cr, 2nd Fl. Old Vic Bldg. 416· 585-4521 ex3101.Free. - 8:00: York Region Conservatory of Music/Indigo Records. Holly Morgan in Concert. Ariettas, arias and musical theatre showtunes by Holly Morgan, vocals. With Corey Payette, Sara Zollo & Elena Tashos. Toronto Centre for the Arts, 5040 Yonge St. 416-870-8000. . Saturday November 12 - 2:00: Lorraine Kimsa Theatre for Young People. Bunnicula. Lyrics by John Klein and music by Chris Jeffries. Recommended for ages 5 & up. Mainstage, 165 Front St. E. 416-862-2222. , (st under 18). For complete run of public performances, see music theatre listings. - 7:30: Islington United Church. Elegant Evening of Harp Music with Edward Klassen. Christian music on Paraguayan folk harp. 25 Burnhamthorpe Rd, Etobicoke. 416-24 7- 4432. . - 7:30: Newtonbrook United Church. Voices in the Night. A fund-raising variety concert including pieces from movies, musi· cals & pop hits. Members of Theatre Aquarius; Tom Oliver, director. Newtonbrook United Church, 53 Cummer Ave. 416-222-5417. , (at door). - 7:30: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Rising Stars. Mussorgsky: Night on Bald Mountain; Tchaikovsky: Violin Concerto; other music. Adrian Anantawan, violin; members of the Toronto Symphony Youth Orchestra; Peter Dundjian, conductor. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe St. 416-593-4828. .50-. - 8:00: Bell' Arte Singers.Concert for Peace & Remembrance. Works by Bach, Ourulle, Robertson, Blitheman & others. Ian Sadler, organ; Robert Fisher, reader. Christ Church Deer Park, 1570 Yonge St. 416-699- 5879. , . - 8:00: Etobicoke Community Concert Band. 10th Armiversary Concert. 86 Mont· gomery Rd. See Nov. 11 . - 8:00: Heritage Theatre.Bruce Cockbum. In concert with folk, jazz, blues, reggae and world music. 86 Main St. N., Brampton. 905- 874-2800. .75; 7. 75(sr/st). - 8:00: Mississauga Philharmonic.An Unlikely Affair. Music includes Rav el & De Sarasate. Frank Leahy, fiddle; Robin Lynn Braun, violin. Living Arts Centre, 4141 Living Arts Dr., Mississauga. 905-306-6000. .50-.50. - 8:00: Music Gallery. New Music Concerts: A Scelsi Centenary. Works by Giacinta Scelsi, Serge Arcuri, Silvio Palmieri & Sean Pepperall. Louise Bessette, piano. 197 John St. 416-961- 9594. , (sr/member), (st). - 8:00: Sinfonia Toronto. Wiren: Serenade for Strings. Mozart: Violin Concerto # 1 in B­ Iiai; Shostakovich: Sinfonia Op.110; Four Preludes Op. 34. Etsuko Kimura, violin; Nurhan Arman, conductor. Grace Church onthe-Hill, 300 Lonsdale Rd. 416-499-0403. , (sr), (st). - 8:00: Toronto Consort. Ensemble Clement Janequin. Trinity-St. Paul's Centre. See Nov 11. - 8:00: Toronto Fingerstyle Guitar. John Knowles in Concert. Eastminster United Church, 310 Danforth Ave. 416· 787 -6524. . - 8:30: Living Arts Centre. Amy Sky in Concert. Cabaret-style concert. RBC Theatre, 4141 Living Arts Or., Mississauga. 905-306· 6000. , ~. - 1 O:OOpm: Silver Dollar Room. African Blues. Madagascar Slim and Donne Robert, guitars; Ndidi Onukwulu, vocals. 486 Spadina Ave. 416-763-9139. . Sunday November 13 - 11 :DD am & 2:00: Solar Stage Children's Theatre. Beat Brothers. Peter Jarvis & Mark Sepic perform blues, jazz, world beat & soul for ages 4 to 10. 4950 Yonge St. 416· 368-8031$ 13. - 1 :OD: Harbourfront Centre. Music with Bite. An interactive concert for children. All for One & One for All, string quartet. 235 Queens Quay West. 416-973-4000. Free. - 2:00: Chamber Music Society of Mississauga. Chamber Music for 4 Hands. Music by Mozart, Schubert, Holst & Milhaud. Eileen Keown & Jennifer Tung, piano. RBC Theatre, Living Arts Centre, 4141 Living Arts Dr., Mississauga. 905-306-6000. -. - 2:00: Sound Post Salon Concert & Sale. International Flavours: Violin Styles from South Asia, Egypt & West Virginia. Parmela Attariwala, Kathleen Kajioka, Erynn Marshall & Thana Mithradeva, performers. 93 Grenville St. 416-971 -6990. Free; call to CONCERTS .. Toronto & nearb} reserve. See ad page 25 - 2:00: Toronto Parks & Recreation Sunday Concert Series. North York Concert Orchestra. Scarborough Civic Centre, 150 Borough Or. 416-396-7398. Free. - 3:00: Hannaford Street Silver Band. The Spirit Soars. Marothy: Shadow Aria; Bell & Massey: In the Land of Spirits; spirituals. Nathaniel Dett Chorale, guest choir; Brainerd Blyden-Taylor, guest conductor; Curtis Metcalf, conductor. Jane Mallett Theatre, 27 Front St. E. 416-366· 7723. , $ 25(sr), (st), (groups of 10 or more). - 3:00: Schola Cantorum Choral Ensem· hie. Austria 3x3: A Musical Journey through the 9 Provinces of Austria Concert# 1. Music of Burgenland, Oberiisterreich & Karnten. Guests: Edelweiss Mixed Choir; vocal & instrumental soloists. Isabel Bader Theatre, Victoria College U of T, 93 Charles St. W. 416-978-8668. . - 3:00: TSO. Rising Stars. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe St. See Nov 12. Living Arts Centre, Mississauga r ;- ,A 11 ' 17/fy~ l~ tarJ, Free Underground Parking : ~ sa~$t\U@A www.mississaugasymphony.com~ }ln VnCikf(y }lfjair Saturday, Nov. 12, 2005 SPM He's all country; she's completely classical. It's a clash of contrasts when a virtuoso violinist and down home country fiddler come together in a musical adaptation of the story of opposites Frank Leahy fiddle Robin Lynn Braun violin Mississauga Philharmonic h•lm BJmum, A lusic Director & Coniuctor V.1( Inspirations Saturday, Nov. 26, 2005 Interpreted by cellist Denise DJok,c, Elgar's Cello Concerto in E Minor, Opus 85 musically contemplates the meaning of life and pays homageto the idyllically pastoral Sussex clowns "Djok1c's ar1., mi.. :;!cian.';h1p and s(,,:1mf; ,ss .-.r_1f: Wt! s,amply bt-J ·,:,rd pnce - H11, ':ix !

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