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Volume 12 - Issue 2 - October 2006

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THE INTERNATIONALBACH

THE INTERNATIONALBACH FESTIVAL TorontoCanada's premiere performance festivaland educational symposium celebratingthe life and works of J .S. BachWEEK 1SunOct 15TuesOct 17WedOct 18ThursOct 19FriOct20SatOct 21SunOct 22Gala OpeningConcert andReception fo rBa den-Wu rttembergCulture Week inToronto a nd theIn te rnational BachFestival Toronto.Bach's Leipzig Cantatas:The Heart of the Festival!Walter Hall, UniverS1ty of Toronto12 pm2pm5 pm6 pmBach TalkDiscovery SeriesCantata CafeIntimate EveningLecture-ConcertA Trio of Evening Organ RecitalsBpm, Church of the RedeemerCelebrationConcertWorld Premiere7:30 pm,Walter HallSundayCantataService11 am, TrinitySt. Paul'sUnited ChurchBach's Leipzig CantatasTHE HEART OF THE FESTIVALBACHTALKS Wal rer Hall, I 2pm, free admission,Doors open at 11 :30amEach day starts with a lunchtime lecture-discussionrelated to the power and integrity of Bach's music,offered by celebrated Bach scholar Michael Marissenand moderated by Canadian music critic WilliamLittler.DISCOVERY SERIES Walter Hall, 2 pm. /, Doors open at I :30pmJoin us and delve deeply into Bach's Leipzig Cantatas.Take this rare opportunity to observe working rehearsalsand conducting master classes with Maestro Rillingas he crafts each day's Cantata with the !BF Orchestra,Singers and Soloists.CANTATA CAFEWalrcr Hall Lobby, 5pm. Free admbsionMeet the artists! A late afternoon intermezzo.INTIMATE EVENING LECTURE­CONCERTS Walrer Hall, 6pm. /, Dooropenat 5:30pm, 75 minutes, no intermissionMaestro Helmuth Rilling will enrich your listeningexperience with a behind-the-music lecture withdemonstrations on the day'sCantata. A fullperformance follows, featuring internationallycelebrated soloists Daniel Taylor and/or RussellBraun, as well as talented University mu.sic .studentsand alumni performing with the International BachFestival Singers and Orchestra.CELEBRATION CONCERT - BACH MEETSRAMINSH! Walter Hall, 7:30 pm, /,Doors open 7 pm, Full concert with intermissionExperience a contemporary interpretation of thetraditional cantata form! First, Helmuth Rillingconducts Bach's festive Cantata BWV 110, "Letour mouths be full of laughter." Then, Doreen Raoconducts the world premiere of Canadian composerlmant Raminsh's companion cantata, commissionedby the !BF Toronto. Based on a multiculcural mandalaof verse, this six movement Cantata, "In the Trail of theWind, In the Shadow of God" weaves together sacredtexts from ancient Islamic and Buddhist traditionswith the voices of Crowfoot and Wendell Berry ina "celebration of life," with full !BF Orchestra andSingers, and eight soloists.EVENING ORGAN RECITALS Church of theRedeemer, 8 pm. /, Doors open 7:30pmExplore the grandeur of Bach and his contemporaries,performed by renowned organists on a century oldorgan, one of the first in Toronto lmilt by Ca.

hansslerCLASSICALLEGROTHE INTERNATIONALBACH FESTIVALTORONTO, OCTOBER 15-28Featuring Legendary ConductorHELMUTH RILLING00Recordings Available On Hiinssler ClassicWORLD PREMIERE RECORDINGWOLFGANG ~DEUSMOZ'.ARTfMS_SIN CMlt!O~~'127(~~17a}Naw vo~lo n byRobert D. lovlnRilling conductsthe MozartMass in C minor(Levin edition)with the TorontoSymphonyOrchestraOctober 25,26 &28 at RoyThomson HallDr. Robert Levin's new edition of Mozart's Mass in C minor,commissioned for performance by Helmuth Rilling for the 2006Mozart anniversary year, receives its world premiere recordingon Hanssler Classic."Helmuth Rilling clearly embraces this Levin realization asthough it were the original work, infusing it with a sense ofconviction and a grave seriousness .. . The Gachinger KantoreiStuttgart is excellent throughout, and the Bach-CollegiumStuttgart performs the orchestral parts on modern instrumentswith a typically Mozartian brio and verve." - All Music GuideFor More Information:www.haenssler-classic.dedassic@haensslcr.dewww.allegro-music.comGET CLOSER TO THE MUSIC!See previous page for details.Back to Ad Index

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