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Volume 12 - Issue 2 - October 2006

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.•• CONCERTS: Toronto and nearby-preJenfJI! pf:~:;-ff_,";:?"' !u-r/Victoria's Requiem for Six Voices\Turk,.; by .I\>lnrak::; & Gucrn-ro'.I 'he myJticaL rvorLd of the Spa1zi.1h Renai.1Jance 1~1 er1okeoin TlLctoria 'J Lncomparah!e MaJJ for the Dead.OCTOBER 21, 7:30 PMSt. Patrick'"' Church, 141 l1.:Caul St.,Ticket"': (.), S20 senior::;, students v.ritb IDORDER ONLINE AT www.tallischoir.comView our wehsii.e for exciting su hscrip1.ion savings anddetails on our nevv seasonSunday afternoon recitals with historical commentsCelebrate MOZART with Adelaide Bell and FriendsOct. 22, 2006: Piano Sonatas 4 and 9;Variations, duet; Two-piano Sonata in D with Norma FosterNov. 5, 2006: Piano Sonata 11Songs and Arias, Judy Anzelc, sopranoConcerto in d minor - orchestra part, Larissa Zoubareva, pianoJan. 14, 2007: Fantasia and Sonata inc minor;Kegelstatt Trio with Janis Cadieux, clarinet, viola t.b.a.4 Dominion Road, Etobicoke RefreshmentsSeries ; Single tickets . Senior/Student discountsFor information and reservations phone Adelaide at 416-251-8397- 9:30pm:Gladstone Hotel. SwamperellaCajun Dance. 8:30: Dance lesson. GladstoneHotel Ballroom, 1214 Queen St. West. 416·588-9227. cover.Sunday October 22- 11 :OOam: International Bach Festival.Sunday Cantata Service. Bach: CantataBWV.137, Praise the Lord, the Mighty King ofHonours (lobe den Herren, den miichtigenKonig der Ehren). in the context of an ecumeni·cal service. Four soloists, including RussellBraun and Lawrence Wiliford; Trinity St.Paul's Choir; Viva Youth; IBF Singers, Orches·tra and Soloists; Helmuth Rilling, conductor.Trinity St. Paul's United Church, 427 Bloor St.West. 416-922-8435. Free.- 2:00: Roy Thomson Hall/Royal Canadi·an Military Institute. Massed MilitaryBand Spectacular. Military brass, bugle, pipeand drum bands of the Army, Navy and AirForce of the Toronto Military District.11 :30am: displays in lobbies. 60 Simcoe St.416-593-4828. -.- 2:00:Toronto Latvian Concert Associ·ation Arturs Ozolins 60th Birthday. Ravel(transcribed Ozolins): La Valse; Darzins (tran·scribed Ozolins): a concerto; & other works.Glenn Gould Studio. 250 Front St. West. 416·481 -8616. .- 2:30: Adelaide Bell. Celebrate Mozartwith Adelaide Bell, piano, & Friends. Mozart:Piano Sonata #4 in E-flat, K.282; Piano Sonata#9 in a, K.31 O; Andante With Variations in G.for piano duet, K.501; Sonata in D, for pianoduo, K.448. Guest: Norma Foster, piano. 4Dominion Rd. 416-251-8397. ; (sr/st); reservations required.- 2:30: Aldeburgh Connection. Our OwnStory. Revisit highlights of The AldeburghConnection's part in the history of Canadiansinging, including commissions. Laura Albino.soprano; Megan Latham, mezzo-soprano;Michael Barrett, tenor; Jason Nedecky, bari·tone. Walter Hall. Edward Johnson Bldg., 80Queen's Park. 416-735· 7982. ; st rushseats.- 3:00: Markham Concert Band An Af.ternoon of Family Fun. Guests: Five StrongWinds, woodwind quintet. Markham Theatre,171 Town Centre Blvd. 905-305-7469, 866·768-8801. $ 20.50; .50(sr/ch).- 3:00: Orchestra Toronto. Concert One.Brahms: Academic Festival Overture; Varia·tions on a Theme of Haydn; Klami: Overture toThe Cobblers on the Heath; Sibelius: Symphony#1. Errol Gay, conductor. 2: 15: Pre-concerttalk by Catherine Manoukian, Artist·in-Resi·dence. George Weston Recital Hall, TorontoCentre for the Arts, 5040 Yonge St. 416-467-7142. , (sr/st), (18 & under).- 3:00: Pax Christi Chamber Choir. SingA New Song. Palestrina: Missa Dies Sanctifi·catus; Bach: Cantata #4 (Christ Lag in Todes·banden); debut concert of new Chamber Choirfrom within Pax Christi Chora le, Toronto'sMennonite Choir. Chamber orchestra; Steph·anie Martin. artistic director. Grace Churchon-the-Hill. 300 Lonsdale Rd. 416-494· 7889.; (sr); (st).- 3:00:Schola Canto rum. Austria JxJ(Tyrol, Styria, Vienna). Choral concert with,,, ~££,,.,,/¥£ Celebrating~ the Art of Song. 'THEwww.aldeburghconnection.orgWe launch our 25th anniversaryseason with 25 musicalselections - one from eachyear! As we revisit somefavourite musical moments,we will also look back atsome of the significantcareer highlights of our firstquarter-century of song.Laura Albino sopranoMegan Latham mezzoMichael Barrett tenorJason Nedecky baritoneStephen Ra I ls andBruce Ubukata pianoStephanie Martin /\.rtisticlhrectorPax Christi Chamber ChoirDEBUT CONCERTPalestrinaBachWith chumhu orchcstrJMissa Dits SanctificuturCrmtutu ;\ o .j. 'Christ LJ,!; in J;1desbanden''l 'h1s new chamber choir 1s an 1n1tiallvc of Pax Chnst1Chnral

earl •choral •jazz & band • music theatre • o era •newMEMBER PROFILESBWE PAGES 2006-2007This 2006-2007 Blue Pages directory of WholeNote Memberscontains 177 Profiles - ten more than last year. Written by themembers themselves, these Profiles offer an extraordinary view ofmusic-making in Southern Ontario. Every Profile is by someonewho is, in some sense, a public presenter of music - some membersare primarily venues, or educational institutions for whom presentingconcerts is a secondary activity. Some are self-presenting artists;others, like Choirs Ontario, are service organizations. All contributeto making Southern Ontario - not just Toronto - a real hotbed ofmusical activity.We hope you find reason to hold on to this directory beyond the lifeof the October WholeNote in which it is circulated. But do pleaseexercise caution in using this print version of the WholeNote Blue Pagesas a primary source for specific concert information as the year rollson. Members have bravely gazed into a twelve-month crystal ball toprovide these convenient season summaries. Please consult ourwebsite regularly, at, for updates, additions,and changes.Academy Concert SeriesSince 1991 the ACS has presented chamber musicprogrammes of outstanding artistic quality. Usingperiod instruments and authentic performance styles,we recreate an historical atmosphere and treat ouraudiences to music the way the great composers wantedthem to hear it.W! 're offering four exciting programmes in the 2006/07season. November 11 brings Schubert's chamber musicpresented by the dynamic Windermere String Quartet. OnFebruary 17, the trio Tarasov-Kats-Papadhimitri performsworks by Stravinsky- a 20th century musician whoseneo-classically styled compositions reflect the Old Masters'works.On March 31, enjoy a programme of J.S. Bach TrioSonatas performed by Paul Meyer, Nicolai Tarasov, LauraJones and Paul Jenkins on baroque instruments andorgan. And for our season finale on April 21, we welcomeback David Stewart, Paule Prefontaine, Stephen Marvin andChristina Mahler in a flamboyant programme of music byBeethoven, Mendelssohn and Spohr.Concerts take place on Saturdays at 8pm at theEastminster United Church (310 Danforth Avenue) wherethe exceptional acoustics contribute to a musical experienceof pure joy. You'll be glad you came!Nicolai Tarasov, artistic director403-135 Rose Avenue, Toronto ON M4X lPI416-927-9089nicolait@sympatico.cawww.academyconcertseries.comAldeburgh ConnectionThis season The Aldeburgh Connection embarks on its25th anniversary of concerts dedicated to song. Our SundaySeries will be the focus of our celebrations, with a concertentitled Our Own Story on October 22, and a Silver JubileeGala, called The Anniversary Wiltz on ltbruary 18.W! also visit the world of French neoclassical music andliterature on December 3 in Masques et bergamasques,celebrate the centenary of the birth of our mentor GretaKraus in an all Schubert programme on January 14, andfinish with a look at the life and songs of Edward Elgar onApril 29.And our two Young Artists Discovery recitals featuretalented young singers on the verge of important careers.or information or for a season brochure call us or visit ourwebsite.416-691-2007www.aldeburgh-connection.orgAlexander Singers & PlayersThe Alexander Singers and Players started 20 years agoas a summer choir, directed by Angela Hawaleshka, andhas evolved to presenting highly acclaimed performancesof such shows as Gilbert and Sullivan operettas, DieFledermaus, The Merry Widow, Sweeney Todd, Most Happy&Ua and Fiddler on the Roof.The group has a strong educational mandate and isactive in supporting charitable causes. Members have astrong musical foundation, and an ensemble of experiencedsingers presents staged and costumed excerpts fromoperettas and Broadway musicals throughout the year.On December 9 & 10 The Alexander Singers will presenta seasonal concert, performing a semi-staged version ofGilbert and Sullivan's 40 minute operetta Trial by Jury, folksongs, spirituals, opera excerpts, and an opportunity forall to sing-along Christmas carols, Hanukkah songs, andthe Hallelujah Chorus!In May 2007 The Alexander Singers and Players presentGilbert and Sullivan's Pirates of Penzance at Leah PoslunsTheatre.Angela Hawaleshka, artistic directorinfo@alexandersingers.comwww.alexandersingers.comAll Saints' KingswayAnglican ChurchThe choral tradition at All Saints" Kingsway follows theEnglish Cathedral model, and is designed to meet the musicalrequirements of the various liturgies celebrated weekly. Inaddition, major works by composers such as Bach, Handel,Wholenote MEMBERS' PROFILES 2006-2007 81Mozart, and Rutter are presented as part of the liturgy oras concerts.All Saints' currently has three choirs under the skilleddirection of Clement Carelse. The adult choir, a mixed voiceensemble, rehearses on Thursday evenings and leads inworship services, including Thursday evensong andmonthly Sunday evensong.The choir has embarked on three tours to the UK, singingin cathedrals in Exeter, Lichfield, Ely, and Dublin, as wellas St. Paul's Cathedral, London. The choir has producedtwo CD recordings, the most recent being a collection ofChristmas carols and anthems.The Senior Song School (age 10- 15) participates inevensong on Thursdays and joins the adult choir for itsrehearsal. The Junior Song School (age 5- 9) meets onSunday mornings. Young choristers receive both musicaltraining and Christian education through theseprogrammes.Clement Carelse, director of music2850 Bloor Street ~st, Toronto ON MSX 1B2416-233-1125office@allsaintskingsway.cawww.allsaintskingsway.caAll the King's VoicesAll The King's Voices, an auditioned mixed-voicecommunity choi~ performs a variety of music from medievalto contemporary, giving amateur singers an opportunityto experience the joy of singing works from a wide varietyof genres.The choir welcomes singers with varied musical abilitiesand gives them the opportunity to study, practice andperform under the professional tutelage of the choir's founderand conductor, David J. King, assisted by highly trainedsection leads.The current concert season includes: Mozart's Requiemwith Talisker Players Orchestra (Saturday November 11,2006); A Global Christmas, carols and songs from aroundthe world (Saturday December 16, 2006); and A MusicalCollage, from Madrigals to Jazz including Celtic andBroadway songs (Saturday May 5, 2007); All concertsexcept the Requiem are at Willowdale United Church andbegin at 8pm. Mozart's Requiem will be held at Our Lady ofPerpetual Help Church at 8pm.The choir also offers public workshops on sight-reading

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