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Volume 12 - Issue 2 - October 2006

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  • Toronto
  • October
  • Theatre
  • Choir
  • Concerts
  • Jazz
  • Choral
  • Arts
  • Singers
  • Symphony

... CONCERTS: Toronto

... CONCERTS: Toronto and nearbyQuartet; Mendelssohn: String Quartet in a,Op.13. Jane Mallett Theatre, St. LawrenceCentre for the Arts, 27 Front St. East. 416·366-7723, 800-708-6754. ,; 1835pay your age; (st), accompanying adult Y,price. (See ad next oage)- 8:00: Tafelmusik. Tafelnewsik: Tafelmusik'sBrilliant New Talents. Bach: Concertofor 3 Violins in 0, after BWV 1064; Vivaldi:Concerto for Bassoon in a, RV.498; Veracini:Ouverture in g; Roman: Ouverture in g; Whear:New Work (premiere, Tafelmusik commis·sion). Julia Wedman, Aisslinn Nosky, CristinaZacharias, violins; Dominic Teresi, bassoon;Jeanne Lamon, director. Trinity-St. Paul'sCentre, 427 Bloor St. West. 416-964-6337.-; -(65+/stl; (18-30 BICseating only).- 8:30: Hugh's Room. Prairie Oyster CORelease. See Oct 18.- 9:00pm: Louis Simao/Gladstone Hotel.Faia. Music from the Lusophone Diaspora;samba of Brazil meets fa do of Portugal, rhum·ba of Cuba joins gnawa of Morocco, folkloricmusic with improvisational spirit of jazz. LouisSimao, David French, multi-instrumentalists·Michael Occhipinti, guitar; David Gouveia, 'percussion; Rich Brown, bass. Gladstone HotelBallroom, 1214 Queen St. West. 416-531 ·4635. . (See ad on previous page.)Friday October 20- 6:00: International Bach Festival. Inti·mate Evening Lecture-Concert. Bach: CantataBWV. 7, Christ Our Lord Came to Jordan(Christ unser Herr zum Jordan kam); behindthe-musiclecture with demonstrations followedby full performance. Daniel Taylor, RussellBraun and Lawrence Wiliford, soloists;UofT music students & alumni; IBF Singers,Orchestra and Soloists; Helmuth Rilling, conductor.12:00 noon, 2:00 & 5:00: See Announcementssection for related activities.Walter Hall, Edward Johnson Building, 80Queen's Park. 416-366-7723, 800- 708-6754. ; $ 28(65 +/st).- 7:30: St. Michael's Choir School.Laudate Dominum: Psalms, Hymns, & InspiredSongs. Works by Sweelinck, Mozart,Honneger, Rheinberger, & choir school alumnicomposers Ronan, Armstrong, Togni, Cichocki,Dusatko, & Owolabi. The choristers of St.Michael's Choir School, Or. Jerzy Cichocki,Marie-Claire Gervasoni-Liptay, conductors. St.Michael's Cathedral, 65 Bond St. 416-393-5518. Offering.- 7:30: Timothy Eaton MemorialChurch. New Orleans Jazz Spirituals Concert.The Hot Five Jazzmakers. Post-concert:reception & refreshments. 230 St. Clair Ave.West.416-925-5977. ; (sr/st). Benefitfor GOTH Food Bank.- 8:00: E. F. Productions. Maria Serrano:Flamen Tango. New project of Andalusian flamencodancer Maria Serrano & her company;So lea por buleria, Tientos, Taranto, Alegria,Farruca, Tango & Argentinean Tango fromGarde!, Piazolla & others. Maria SerranoFrancis Nunez, Jose Galan, Romina God;y,Milton Homann, dancers; lnmaculada Rivero,voice; Juan Canta rote, voice/percussion; JuanCarlos Berlanga, guitar; Jose Maria Gago Camareno,piano; Alejandro Benitez, bass; LuisCaruana, bandoneon. The Danforth Music Hall,147 Danforth Ave. 416-870-8000. .50-.50.- 8:00: Etobicoke Philharmonic Orchestra.Conductor Collage: Soundscape. Somers:Picasso Suite; Mahler: Songs of a Wayfarer;Gounod: Faust Ballet Music; Dvorak: Symphony#8. Dan Hambly, baritone; Charles Demuynck,conductor. Scarlett Heights Academy,15 Treharne Dr. 416-239-5665. ;S 15(sr/st); Free(16 & under with adult).- 8:00: Exultate Chamber Singers. Mozart:250. Mozart: Alma Oei Creatoris; AveVerum Corpus; Salve Regina; Exsultate Jubilate;Solemn Vespers; choruses from Die Zauberfloteand ldomeneo. Teri Dunn, soprano;John Tuttle, conductor. Saint Thomas's Angli·can Church, 383 Huron St. 416-971 -9229.; S20(sr); S 15(st).- 8:00: JSL Musical Productions. RoselynBrown & Maracatu Nunca Antes. Soulfuljazz & Afro-Brazilian percussion rhythms.RBC Theatre, Living Arts Centre, 4141 LivingArts Dr., Mississauga. 905-306-6000, 888-805-8888. -$ 25.- 8:00: Massey Hall Bruce Cockburn inConcert. Life Short Call Now CO release tour.15 Shuter St. 416-872-4255. .50-.50.- 8:00: Mehgan Atchison/Dexter Roberts.Journey to Foreign Lands. Works of Barber,Harbison, Ravel & others. MehganAtchison, soprano; Dexter Roberts, piano. EglintonSt. George's, 35 Lytton Blvd. 416-929·0811 x24. S 15 suggested donation. Fundraiserfor United Way.- 8:00: Royal Conservatory of Music.Great Artist Series: Monica Whicher, soprano& Steven Phi/cox, piano in Concert. RCM ConcertHall, 90 Croatia St. 416-408-2824x321. ; (sr/st).- 8:00: Tafelmusik. Tafelnewsik: Tafe/.musik's Brilliant New Talents.Trinity-St.Paul's Centre. See Oct 19.- 8:00: Theatre Unlimited. The Sound ofMusic. Music by Richard Rodgers, lyrics byOscar Hammerstein 11, book by Howard Lindsayand Russel Crouse. Meadowvale Theatre,6315 Montevideo Rd., Mississauga. 905-615-4 720. ; (sr/st). For complete runsee music theatre listings, including two singalongperformances.- 8:00: Vladimir Dounin Vladimir Dounin,piano in Concert. Works include Fiir Elise, DerLiebestraum, La Campanella, Neapolitansongs, Pavarotti, Sinatra, and requests fromthe audience. 250 Front St. West. 416-205·5555. ; O(sr/st).- 8:30: Hugh's Room. Fruit Farewell Concert.Aussie band. 2261 Dundas St. West.416-5316604. ; (adv).- 9:00pm: Association of ImprovisingMusicians Toronto/Arraymusic. LeftoverDaylight Series. Jazz & improvised music.Arraymusic Studio, Suite 218 (enter at reardoor), 60 Atlantic Ave. 416-539-8 752. - O(sliding scale).Saturday October 21- 1 :30 & 3:30: Toronto Symphony Drchestra.Peter and the Wolf. By Prokofie v; forages 5-12. PickleShoes, dancers; Rob Kapilow,conductor. Yz-hour preceding: pre-concert performance.Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe St.416-593-4828. .50,.50.- 3:00: Walmer Rd. Baptist Church. /mreOlah, organ & Matthew Brooks, trumpet inConcert 188 Lowther Ave. 416-924-1121.Offering.MUSIC at TIMOTHY'SNew Orfeans :Jazz ~..,hiritua!S{eafurin3 f-7he 1-fot ~ive 9azzmak..ersFriday, October 207:30 PMTickets available at the dooror by phone at 416-925-5977 adults students/ seniorsSenior rates available} ;"JMusic atTimothy's ~IC.. l__. Concert Series it'J J }. ' . l)iOC T ') SE P. 2'), 7,0C6t'.;c 0 P.M.SAJN 'f 'l'IIOMA.S 1

- 3:00 & 8:00: Show One Entertainment.Tango Fire. La Guartada Tango, music; Es tam·pas Porten as tango company. Winter GardenTheatre, 189 Yonge Street. 416·872-5555.,; ,(sr). For complete run seemusic theatre listings.- 7:30: Amadeus Choir. Amadeus SingsMozart. Mozart: Vesperae Solennes de Con·fessore; Exsultate Jubilate; & other choral/orchestral works. Leslie Fagan, soprano; Chris·tina Stelmacovich, mezzo.soprano; StephanHarland, tenor; Daniel Lichti, bass·baritone;Orchestra; Lydia Adams, conductor. GeorgeWeston Recital Hall, Toronto Centre for theArts, 5040 Yonge St. 416·872- 1111.,; ,(sr/st)- 7:30: Clarkson Community Concerts.Composer & Singer John Millard and Friends.Christ Church, 1700 Mazo Gres., Mississau·ga. 905-855-0112. ; (sr/st); O(preteen).- 7:30: The Polish Symfonia Choir. Widma(The Apparition). Oratorio by StanislawMoniuszko ("Father of Polish National Opera"),Canadian premiere. Maria Knapik-Sz·tramko, soprano; Grzegorz Pazik, bass; MichalKuleczka, baritone; Tatiana Korotkova, piano;Michael Newnham, conductor. Glenn GouldStudio, 250 Front St. West. 905-304-9555.; $ lO(sr/st).- 7:30: International Bach Festival. CelebrationConcert: Bach Meets Raminsh! Bach:Cantata BWV.110, Let Our Mouths Be Full ofLaughter (Unser mund sei voll Lachens); Ram·insh: In the Trail of the Wind, In the Shadow ofGod (world premiere IBF commission). Eightsoloists; IBF Singers, Orchestra and Soloists;Doreen Rao, conductor (Raminsh); HelmuthRilling, conductor (Bach). Walter Hall, EdwardJohnson Building, 80 Queen's Park. 416-366-7723, 800·708·6754. ; (65 +/st).- 7:30: Metropolitan Silver Band MetropolitanSilver Band in Concert. PickeringVillage United Church, 300 Church StreetNorth, Ajax. 416-864-5551 .- 7:30: Tallis Choir. Victoria Requiem.Requiem for Six Voices: Victoria; works byMorales and Guerrero. St. Patrick.s Church,141 McCaul Street. ??416-533-6179. ??,, O(st). See ad next page.- 7:30: University of Toronto Faculty ofMusic. Wind & Band Series: Celebrating 60Years of Music Education. Works by von We·ber, Holst & Husa . James Campbell, clarinet;Alumni Band, Gillian MacKay, conductor. Mac·Millan Theatre, Edward Johnson Building, 80Queen's Park. 416·978·3744. ; (sr/st).•Alumni interested in participating contactmu sic. alumni@uto ron to. ca•- 8:00: Acoustic Harvest Folk Club. Darleneand Sweetwater Women. Folk/country/blues/swing North American Native trio. St.Nicholas Anglican Church, 1512 Kingston Rd.416·264·2235. .-8:00: LANBAR Productions.An EveningCelebrating Mozart's 250th Birthday: BarbaraFris in Recital. Mozart: Exultate Jubilate; Clar·inet Quintet in A, K.58; Laud ate domino; Aveverum; arias from his opera heroines, duets,trios & ensembles. Barbara Fris, Iris Krizman·ic, sopranos; Jane Blackstone, piano; ElizabethMacMillan, violin; Rita Greer, clarinet; &guest artists. Heliconian Hall, 35 HazeltonAve. 416· 750·9530. ; (sr/st).- 8:00: Massey Hall/B. C. Fiedler. Pavloin Concert. Flamenco, Latin, Classical andMediterranean guitar music. 15 Shuter St.416·872-4255. .50..50.- 8:00: Riverdale Ensemble. Kale1do·scope. Arutiunian: Suite; Vaughan Williams:The Lark Ascending; Crawley: Of Cabbagesand Kings; Prokofiev: Overture on HebrewThemes; Holbrooke: Eilean Shona. Joyce Lai,violin; Stephen Fox, clarinet; Ellen Meyer, pi·ano; Elizabeth Davis, narrator. The Music Gal·lery, Saint George the Martyr Church, 197John St. 416·833-0251. ; (sr/st);Free(l 2 & under).- 8:00: Roy Thomson Hall & Attila GlatzConcert Productions. Bayanihan PhilippineNational Dance Company.Traditional Philip·pine music, dance, costumes, inspired by theFilipino, Chinese, Spanish & Islamic influencesthat form Philippine culture. 60 Simcoe St.416 593-4828. ·.- 8:00: St. Jude's Celebration of theArts. William O'Meara andthe GTA ChamberOrchestra. Music of Bach, Handel, Garrette &others. Ensemble of strings and horns; WilliamO'Meara, organ. St. Jude's Anglican Church, 160William Street, Oakville. 905·844-3972. .-8:00: Tafelmusik. Tafelnewsik: Tafe/.musik's Brilliant New Talents. T rinity·St.Paul's Centre. See Oct 19.a made uscnoirLydia Adams,CONDUCTOR AND ARTISTIC DIRECTORMozart's ravishing Vespers and the rarelyheard Litaniae highlight theAmadeus Choirs' birthday salute to themaster. other works include Regina Coeli,Sancta Maria and Ave Verum Corpus.Soprano Leslie Fagan will perform thestunning Exsultate Jubilate.WITH FULL ORCHESTRA ANDLesl ie Fagan - SOPRANOChristin a Stelmacovich - MEZZO-SOPRANOStephan Harland · TENORDaniel Lichti - BASS-BARITONELydia Adams · CONDUCTORBack to Ad Index_,Saturday October 21, 2006, 7:30 p.m.George Weston Recital Hall,Toronto Centre for th e Arts5040 Yonge Street, North York--- - -·----Tickets // Ticketmaster: 416.872.1111Or in person at the Toronto Centre for the Artsfor information call: The Amadeus Choir 416446 0188¢'

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