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Volume 12 - Issue 2 - October 2006

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Tuesday, March 06 /07Oi

Tuesday, March 06 /07Oi mi lassoGavin Bryars & FriendsA favourite of Canadian audiences, English composer Gavin Bryars returns to Glenn Gould Studio, wherehe's joined by Swedish soprano Anna Maria Friman, English tenor John Potter, (Red Byrd, and TheHilliard Ensemble), as well as Canadian instrumentalists Max Christie on bass clarinet and Douglas Perryon viola, in a melding of contemporary and early music. From old forms come new sounds.Saturday, March 10 /07Heaven and EarthHarry Manx & Friends"The way I see it, Blues is like the earth and Indian music is like the heavens. What I do is find the balancebetween the two." He has created a unique sound that is hard to forget and deliciously addictive to listento. Among his guests, Harry welcomes Kevin Breit, a guitarist and multi-instrumentalist of endlesscreativity and virtuosic technique, Ravi Naimpally on tabla, George Koller on bass and dilruba, and SouthAsian vocalist Samidha Joglekar.Tuesday, March 13 /07Eine Kleine MozartJanina Fialkowska, and the Chamber Players of CanadaPianist Janina Fialkowska returns to Glenn Gould Studio for an all-Mozart program that includes thecomposer's own rarely-heard chamber versions of two popular piano concertos. She is supported by theoutstanding ensemble led by cellist Julian Armour, director of the Ottawa International Chamber MusicFestival.Tuesday, March 27 /07New Sounds/Ancient CulturesEvergreen Club Contemporary Gamelan I Bergmann Piano DuoIt was in 1931 that the Montreal-born composer Colin McPhee first heard music of the gamelan of Bali.Duo pianists Elizabeth and Marcel Bergmann explore some of the Balinese music that McPheetranscribed for two pianos. In addition the Bergmann Piano Duo interacts with the Evergreen ClubContemporary Gamelan to explore music that is inspired by ancient cultures.Monday, April 23 /07I 3 1 h OnStage Opera GalaCOC Orchestra I Joni Henson I Joseph Kaiser I Robert GleadowOver the last dozen years the Canadian Opera Company Orchestra has showcased a wide range ofvocalists. This season conductor Richard Bradshaw welcomes three up and coming artists: sopranoJoni Henson; tenor Joseph Kaiser; and bass Robert Gleadow, each of them graduates of the COC'sEnsemble Studio. The future of singing in Canada shows great promise, as you'll hear!For complete details of the 13th Season OnStage, visitwww.glenngouldstudio.comSingle tickets go on sale Tuesday, October 3rd. Tickets can be purchasedin the following ways:• In Person by visiting the Glenn Gould Studio Box Office,at the Canadian Broadcasting Centre, 250 Front St. West, Toronto,during regular hours, 2:00 - 6:30 p.m., Mon-Sat. (except holidays)• By Phone: (416) 205-5555 or By Fax: (416) 205-5551• By Mail: Glenn Gould Studio Box Office,250 Front St. West., Toronto, ON, M5V 3G5• By Internet: visit www.glenngouldstudio.comO CTOBER 1 - N O VEMBER 7 200 6Back to Ad IndexWWW . THE WHO LENO TE.COM13

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