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Volume 11 Issue 7 - April 2006

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Women's Musical Club of

Women's Musical Club of Toronto AFTERNOON CONCERT April 20, 1.30 p.m. MEREDITH HALL soprano SYLVAIN BERGERON lute & theorbo BERNARD FARLEY 19th century & classical guitar Works by Monteverdi, Schubert, Purcell, Blow, Lanier; Strozzi, Gruliani, Carull!, Bernard Fadey, and the premiere of a new work by Alexander Rapoport, commissioned by tlte WMCI '. \'alter IIall, Edwanl Johnson HmlJ.mg 80 Queen's Park Tickets S29 -H 6-923-7052 Sponsor: WMCT Centennial Foundation Subscribe to J1JUJic t'.ll tfie__A.ftel'lioon 2006-2007 5ea6on Fzve great concerts for the early-bird price o/5 (untzl May 30tlt) Thursday afternnons at 1 30 pm. l're-concert lecture 12 15 p m I ~Iusici de I\Iontreal, baroque chctmher orchestra October 26, 2006 Susan Yi-.Jia Hou, violin, Daniel Spiegal, piano NoYemher 23, 2006 .Jane Coop, piano, and Shiriu Eskandani, mezzo-soprano l

PIANO GENIUS: TORONTO PHILHARMONIA Korean pianist, Hong Chun Youn, back by popular demand! Experience some of the most romantic music in the world: Electric fiddler Oliver Schroer joins Toronto Consort on the Camino nificent) di Medici (April 8). The arts thrived in the Medici court (even Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo were there!), especially when supported by the likes of Lorenzo who loved to surround himself with the beauty of music and art. The MIO salute Lorenzo ( 1449-1492) as one of the greatest patrons of music. Visit the website: www.musiciansinordinary.ca Celebrating anniversaries Celebrating its 20th anniversary season, Opera Atelier has gathered some of the finest players of Renaissance instruments to perform in Claudio Monteverdi's Orfeo, written in 1607. This celebratory event also marks the 10th anniversary of OA's first production of this work, and will feature baritone Daniel Belcher in the title role. Other performers in this production include Colin Ainsworth, Olivier Laquerre, Stephanie Novacek, Jennie Such, Curtis Sullivan, Monica Whicher, Matthew White and the Artists of Atelier Ballet, with the Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra and Chamber Choir, all under the direction of David Fallis (April 15, 18, 20, 22, 23). With lute and ud The Toronto Consort makes a musical pilgrimage to Santiago (April 28, 29), the famous town in northern Spain where, even today, thousands of pilgrims flock every year. In medieval times, Santiago was just as much a magnet, and as they walked along the road to the shrine, the pilgrims enlivened their travel with songs and dances. With lute and ud, with hurdygurdy and pipe, with voice and drum, the Consort takes you on a very unique musical journey through medieval Europe. Website: www .torontoconsort.org Frank T. Nakashima (franknak@interlog.com) is the President of the Toronto Early Music Centre, www. interlog. com! - temc Mendelssohn - Piano Concerto in G Minor Bizet - Symphony in C Champagne - Danse Villageoise Thursday, May 18, 8:00 p.m. George Weston Recital Hall Toronto Centre for the Arts 5040 Yonge Street (Yonge north of Sheppard) For tickets, call 416-870-8000/416-499-2204, or visit the TCA box office www.torontophil.on.ca ; t ·- ' ' rf~ , I Violins, violas, cellos, and bows Complete line of strings and accessories Expert repairs and rehairs Canada's largest stock of string music Fast mail order service GREAT MUSIC CLOSE TO HOME! ' t (416) 466-9619 67 Wolverleigh Blvd., Toronto, Ontario, M4J IR6 ·,J ' 11 :, '11 I I APRIL 1 - M AY 7 2006 WWW. TH EWHOLENOTE.COM 21

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