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Volume 12 - Issue 2 - October 2006

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  • Toronto
  • October
  • Theatre
  • Choir
  • Concerts
  • Jazz
  • Choral
  • Arts
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••• CONCERTS: Toronto and nearbyRobin Lea, Moonglow Sisters & others. 171Town Centre Blvd., Markham. 905-305-7469..- 7:30: Mozart Society. Panocha Ouartet.Works by Mozart and Dvorak. Guest: BorisKrajny, piano. First Unitarian Congregation,175 St. Clair Ave. West. 416-201-3338.(guests); free(members).- 7:30: University of Toronto Faculty ofMusic. Smal!Jazz Ensembles. Walter Hall,Edward Johnson Building, 80 Queen's Park.416-978-3744. Free.- 8:00: CBC On Stage. Isabel Bayrakdarianand Friends. French 17th century Airs-de-Co·eur, Schubert Lieder, folksongs from Armenia& Catalonia. Lucas Harris, lute/theo rbo/guitar;Daniel Bolshoy/classical guitar. Glenn GouldStudio, 250 Front St. West. 416-205-5555. (limited tickets; remount, May 16 ticketshonoured).- 8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra.Mozart Mass in C Minor. Levin edition, intro·duction by Robert Levin. Simona Houda-Saturo·va, Lauren McNeese, sopranos; James Taylor,tenor; Philip Carmichael, baritone; Elmer lselerSingers; University of Toronto MacMillanSingers; Helmuth Rilling, conductor. RoyThomson Hall, 60 Simcoe St. 416-593-4828.-$120.- 8:30: Hugh's Room. Kim Beggs & JohnWort Hannam. Folk traditionalist singer/song·writer, blues/roots musician. 2261 Dundas St.West. 416-531-6604. ; $12(adv).- 8:30: Lula Lounge. ChoirGirlz, Girl TimeCD Release. Dixie Chicks meets AndrewsSisters, with jazz-infused country, bluegrass,roots & Django, from veterans of the TorontoMendelssohn Choir. Guests: The Bebop Cow·boys; The ChoirGirlz: Debbie Fleming, DorothyMc Donall & Mary Ellen Moore. 1585 DundasSt. West. 416-588-0307. ; $12(withdinner reservation).Thursday October 26- 12:00 noon: Canadian Opera Company.Richard Bradshaw Amphitheatre Series: PianoVirtuoso. Music of Boulez, Hetu, Liszt. Chris·tine Kim, piano. Four Seasons Centre for thePerforming Arts, 145 Queen St. West. 416·363-8231. Free.- 12:00 noon: CBC Radio.Music AroundUs New Generation Series: Domenic Teresi,Baroque bassoon. Vivaldi: Concerto in a; Con·certo in F; works by Corette, Fasch & Bois·mortier. Aisslinn Nosky & Julia Wedman,violins; Pat Jordan, viola; Joelle Morton, violo·ne/viola da gamba; Charlotte Nediger, harpsi·chord; Keith Horner, host. Glenn Gould Studio,250 Front St. West. 416-205-5555. Free.- 12:00 noon: Chamber Music Society ofMississauga. Lunch Concert Series: Awaken·ing. Cello and violin duos, with poetry by Socor·ro Chinnick. Art Gallery of Mississauga, 300City Centre Dr., Mississauga. 905-896-5088.PWYC.- 12: 15: Metropolitan United Church.Noon at Met Organ Recital.· John P. Sigerson.56 Queen St. East. 416-363-0331 x51. Free.- 12:30: Christ Church Deer Park AnglicanChurch. Noonday Chamber Music. GregoryMillar, piano. 1570 Yonge Street. 416·920-5211. Collection.- 1 :30: Women's Musical Club of Toronto./Musici de Montreal, Baroque ChamberTORONTO PHilHAR'XtONIAOrchestra. Mozart: Divertimento in D, K.136;Shostakovich: Chamber Symphony, Op.73a;Bart6k: Rumanian Folk Dances; Skalkottas:Greek Dances; De Falla: Suite populaire espagnole.12: 15 pre-concert lecture. Walter Hall,Edward Johnson Bldg, 80 Queen's Park. 416·923-7052. (limited).Women's MusicalClub of TorontoAFTERNOON CONCERTOctober 26, 1.30 p.m.I MUSIC! DE MONTREALbaroque chamber orchestraWorks by Mozart, Shostakovich,Bart6k, Skalkottas, and De Falla-7:00:TheTranzac. TheEchoofBa'al.John Kameel Farah, piano/laptop/electronics;Rick Hyslop, violin/effects. 292 BrunswickAve. 416-923-8137. PWYC ($ 5 suggested).- 8:00: DanceWorks/Harbourfront Centre'sNext Steps Series. DWT 61: Out OfBounds. Contemporary dance: The End (duet,-------.,,,h:.~- ..... ·,#Jf~~~ ·1·.,///, \ ''1 ~ I t.rl/1 1 con 1nuumlilllI.~.I' f,',{ _.},::.:,•//'/~ .~ ~ c.::n~e:mpo r a r y nr. u-; JC'·\._~~;!>PlunderFri. October 27, 8pmworld premiere, DanceWorks commission):Dana Gingras, choreography; Roger Tellier­Craig, music; Gold Moon (duet, Toronto premiere):Mika Kurosawa, choreography; Kei Shi,music; Calm Abiding (solo Bhattacharya, Torontopremiere): Jose Navas, choreography;Alexander Macs ween, music; The Falling (soloGoodwin): Jenn Goodwin, choreography; DirtyThree, music; Ed Hanley, arrangement. NovaBhattacharya, Jenn Goodwin, dancers. HarbourfrontCentre Theatre, 231 Queens QuayWest. 416-9 73-4000. $ 27; (sr/st/CADA/WIFT/SCDSJ. For complete run see music theatrelistings.- 8:00: Toronto Philharmonia.CellisticRomance. Kodaly: Dances from Galan ta;Brahms: Serenade in A; Haydn: Cello Concertoin D. Denise Djokic, cello; Kerry Stratton,conductor. George Weston Recital Hall,5040 Yonge St. 416-872- 1111. -;.50-(sr).- 8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra.Mozart Mass in C Minor. Roy Thomson Hall.See Oct 25. 7:00: Discussion with Rick Phillips.- 8:30: Hugh's Room. Penny Lang CD Release.Folk/roots music. 2261 Dundas St.West. 416-531-6604. ; (adv).Friday October 27- 12: 15:St. Andrew's United Church.Noon Organ Recital. Emilja Neufeld, organ. 23Main St. North, Markham. 905-294-0351.Free.- 7:00: York University Department ofMusic. lmprov soiree. Students from the stu·dio of Casey Sokol, composer/pianist. RecitalHall, Accolade East, YU, 4 700 Keele St. 416·736-5186. Free.,,_' ..Thursday October 268pmToronto Centre for the ArtsWeston Recital Hall5040 Yonge StreetKerry Stratton, ConductorDenise Djokic, celloBuhrKodalyBrahmsHaydnJyotirDances from GalantaSerenade No.2 in ACello Concerto in D majormore information:www.torontophil.on.caI~ ·Music GallerySt. George the Martyr197 John St.Renegade media pioneer,John Oswald's new worksamples and remixes fourworks gathered from ourInternational Call for Scores.(416) 924-4945www.continuummusic.orgArtistic Director: Jennifer WaringGuest Curators: Juliet Palmer & James Rolfe~ ii'.5'1:lro>:0 "'c.

- 7:30: Brampton Folk Club. Mike Ford ofMaxy Fruvous, in concert. Opening: Eric Camp·bell. Sanderson Hall, St. Paul's United Church,30 Main St. South, Brampton. 647·233·3655. $12; O(sr/st).- 7:30: Eka Shanshiashvili/Aubrey Mc·Watt. Piano Recital & Art Exhibit. Mozart:Sonata #1 1, K.331; Liszt: Liebestraum #3;Chopin: Polonaise in A· flat, Op.53; Waltz #1;Ballade #3, Op.47; Kvernadze: Theme, Au·tumn Flo wers. Eka Shanshiashvili, piano; Au·brey McWatt, oil artist. Toronto HeliconianClub, 35 Hazelton Ave. 416·707·5794. Free.- 7:30: University of Toronto Faculty ofMusic. Faculty Artist Series. Original compo·sitions and selected jazz standards. TerryPromane & William Carn, trombones. WalterHall, Edward Johnson Building, 80 Queen'sPark. 416·978·3744. ; $12(sr/st).- 7:30: Willowdale PresbyterianChurch . Melodies to Scare You Away. Worksby Sa tie, Franck, Beethoven. Derrick Lewis,piano/organ; Meri Dolevski, clarinet. 38 El·lerslie Ave. 416-434·3001. O; $ 7(sr/st).- 8:00: Continuum Contemporary Mu·sic: Plunder. Stravinsky: "A good composerdoes not imitate; he steals."; Oswald: NewWork; Mayo: Nineteen Frames; Akers: God'sTrees; MacDonald: The 5·Chambered Heart;Carey: Music to Boil an Egg By; Elegy. Guests:Wallace Halladay, saxophone; Sanya Eng, harp;Kimberley Pritchard, accordion; Angela Rud·den, viola; The Continuum Ensemble. MusicGallery, Saint George the Martyr Church, 197John St. 416·924-4945. ; (sr/artsworkers); (st cheap seats).- 8:00: Coup de coeur francophone/French Book Fair/Radio·Canada. PierreLapointe, la foret des ma/.aimes. Quebec sing·er.songwriter. Glenn Gould Studio, 250 FrontSt. West. 416·205·5555. ; (sr/st).- 8:00: Etobicoke Community ConcertBand. Etobicoke Swings. Vintage· 1940's BigBand favourites from the songbooks of Miller,Dorsey, Goodman & more. Ernesto Cervini,clarinet/piano/drums; John Edward Liddle,music director. Etobicoke Collegiate Auditori·um, 86 Montgomery Rd. 416-41D·1570. ;$12(sr); (st); free (ch).- 8:00: Oakville Centre for the Perform·ing Arts. An Acoustic Evening with HowardJones. Robin Boult, guitar; Howard Jones,keyboardist. 130 Navy St., Oakville. 905·815·2021, 888-489·7784. .99; (eyeGO).- 8:00: Toronto Consort. The Real Man ofla Mancha. Music of 16th/17th centurySpain. Maxine Eilander, harp; David Fallis,artistic director. T rinity·St. Paul's Centre, 427Bloor St. West. 416·964·6337. ·.- 8:00: Toronto Operetta Theatre. Pa·tience (or Bunthorne's Bride). By Gilbert andSullivan. Keith Klassen, Robert Longo, perform·ers; Anne Allan, stage director; TOT Drches·tra & Chorus, Derek Bate, conductor. JaneMallett Theatre, St. Lawrence Centre for theArts, 27 Front Street East. 416·366·7723,800-708·6754. ·; · (preview).For complete run see music theatre listings.- 8:30: Hugh's Room. Tanglefoot CD Release.Stan Rogers meets Van Halen. 2261Dundas St. West. 416·531 ·6604. ;(adv).- 9:00pm: Association of ImprovisingMusicians Toronto/Arraymusic. leftoverDaylight Series. Ken Aldcroft ConvergenceEnsemble CO Release. Arraymusic Studio,Suite 218 (enter at rear door), 60 AtlanticAve. 416·539·8752. · Olsliding scale).- 9:00pm: Lula Lounge. Cuban Fridays withCate Cubano! Salsa band; includes dance class.1585 Dundas St. West. 416·588·0307. .- 1 O:OOpm: Metropolitan United Church/Toronto Centre, Royal Canadian Collegeof Organists . Phantoms of the Organ.Third annual Hallowe'en extravaganza, dressup in costume! 56 Queen St. East. 416·363·0331 x51. Free. Donations in benefit of Toron·to young organists.Saturday October 28- 3:00: Metropolitan Silver Band. MSBin Concert. Fran Harvey, conductor. GlenRhodes United Church, 1470 Gerrard St. East.', '';,o·,I , I416 864·5551. Offering.- 7:30: Mississauga Children's Choi r.Moving with the Music. Thomas Bell, director.Eden United Church, 3051 Battleford Rd.,Mississauga. 905·624·9704. O; (sr/st).- 7:30: Orpheus Choir of Toronto. Pulse.Percussion and vocal music; Dove: The Pass·ing of the Year (Toronto premiere); Chan KaNin: To God of All Nations (Toronto premiere);Chilcott: The Making of the Drum. EdwardMoroney, accompanist; Robert Cooper, artisticdirector. Eglinton St. George's United Church,35 Lytton Blvd. 416·530-4428. ; (sr);(st).Saturday October 28continuespresentsHE REALM~NOFLAMANCHAOctober 27 & 28, 2006 at 8 pmCome with the Toronto Consort on a journey to theexotic world of 16th and 17th-century Spain, guidedby Miguel Cervantes, the creator of one of theworld's most memorable characters, Don Quixote.Cervantes' own life reads like a novel, and along theway he writes about the music he knew and loved -the sensuous and wild music of early baroque Spain,full of irresistible dances and haunting romances.The Consort is joined by harp virtuoso MaxineEilander for this spectacular kick-off to the season!www .torontoconsort.orgWhere:Metropolitan United Church56 Queen Street East(Take subway to Queen Station-walkone block East to Church Street)When:Friday October 27, 2006at 10:00 P.M.Dress:Red, Green, Orange or BlackFree AdmissionInexplicable supernatural experi ences are commonplace within the largegothic structure of the Metropolitan Church-especially a~er nis~tfa!I.Come see for yourself in this srine-c~illins opportunity to hear some of thesroo~iest and most famous works for organ performed on thelargest pipe organ in the country.111 t~e Jark. ..This event is co-sponsored by Music and Metropolitan andthe Toronto Centre of the Royal Canadian College of OrganistsTrinity-St. Paul's Centre, 427 Bloor St. Westwww.MooredaleConcerts.comCatch Schubert's 'Trout'Enjoy this all timefavourite plus othersurprises!Matilda Kaul, violin from theChamber Orchestra of EuropeStephen Runge, pianoDaniel Bard, violaKristine Bogyo, celloRaphael McNabney, bassSaturday, October 28 at 8 pm - Willowdale UnitedSunday, October 29 at 3 pm - Walter Hall, U of Tat 1 pm for children · Music and Truffles · Affordable tickets! , ( St./Sr.) 416-922-3714 x103CTOBER 1 - 6 WWW.THEWHOLE NOTf.COMBack to Ad Index

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