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Volume 12 - Issue 3 - November 2006

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  • Theatre
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The Ultim ate Sound

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Mass #2 in G. Rebecca Whelan, soprano; And·rea Ludwig, mezzo-soprano; Mark Dubois, tenor;Nelson Lohnes, bass; orchestra; Lydia Adams,conductor. Metropolitan United Church, 56 QueenSt. East. 416-217-0537. ; (sr/st).- 8:00: Harbourfront Centre/Art ofTimeEnsemble.Arnold Schoenberg: A Portrait. Har·bourfront Centre Theatre. See Nov 9.- 8:00: I Furiosi. I'll Be Watching You. Guest:Olivier Fortin, harpsichord. Calvin PresbyterianChurch, 26 Delisle Ave. 416-536-2943. D,D(sr/st).- 8:DD: Knights of Columbus of Mississau·ga. Knight for Hope. Musical extravaganza. TheNylons; guests: Patti Jannetta, Michael Ciufo,performers. Hammerson Hall, Living Arts Centre,4141 Living Arts Dr., Mississauga. 9D5-3D6·6DDD, 888-8D5-8888. D. Benefit for the CarloFidani Peel Regional Cancer Centre at the CreditValley Hospital.- 8:DD: Massey Hall.Los Lobos. Latino roots·rock band from East L.A., with elements of Mexi·cana, blues, folk, R&B and rock. 15 Shuter St.416-872-4255. .5D-.5D.- 8:DO: Masterworks of Oakville Chorusand Orchestra. Faure's Requiem & Bach's Can·tata 147 A tribute to our war vets, honour guardbefore each concert. Charles Demuynck, director.St. John's United Church, 262 Randall Street,Oakville. 9D5-845-0551. D; (sr); Dist).- 8:DD: Opera Lirica ltaliana. Caval!eriaRusticana. By Pietro Mascagni; Jealousy in Sicily.Marianne Zin-Orlowski, Sophie Louise Roland,sopranos; Jennifer Fina, mezzo-soprano; Charlesdi Raimondo, tenor; Todd Wieczorek, baritone; OLIChorus; Adolfo De Santis, musical director.Joseph P. Carrier Gallery, Columbus Centre, 9D1Lawrence Ave. West. 416-789-7D11. $TBA.- 8:DD: The Music Gallery/Sean Corcoran.Tyft Trio, Meg Nem Sa CD Release;Eric Chenaux. Jazz Avant series. Tyft Trio:Hilmar Jensson, guitar; Jim Black, drums;Andrew D'angelo, alto saxophone/bass clari·net; & Eric Chenaux, guitar/composer/singer.Saint George the Martyr Church, 197 John St.416-2D4-108D. ; D(srl; (st/unwaged).- 8:0D: Ultimate Sound Productions.Simon & Garfunkel Tribute Concert. Mrs.Robinson, The Sounds of Silence, Bridge OverTroubled Water, and more. Larry Fogel, ManiAmon, guitars/vocals. Canadian National lnsti·tute for the Blind Auditorium, 1929 BayviewAve. 416-523-2305. ; portion of proceedsto CNIB.- 8:DD: voxworks. Love & War. Vocalworks by Barber, Debussy, Eisler, Janequin,Milhaud & Rodrigo; excerpts from Walt Whitman'sSpecimen Days. Judy Maddren, reader;James Wells, artistic director. St. Wilfrid'sChurch, 1315 Kipling Ave. 416-769 D 111.D.- 9:DDpm: Goethe-lnstitut Toronto/YatraArts. Robert Lippok. Sound installation artist,co-founder of experimental electronic post·rock band To Rocco co Rot. Robert Lippok, PalmoPolpo, Marc McNulty, DJ Blotto, performers.See Announcements for 4:3D related talk.163 King St. West. 416-593-5257. ;$12(adv); limited seating.- 9:DDpm: Association of ImprovisingMusicians Toronto/Arraymusic. LeftoverDaylight Series. Jazz & improvised music.Arraymusic Studio, Suite 218 (rear door), 6DAtlantic Ave. 416-539-8752. - Dlslidingscale).Saturday November 11- 3:DO: Toronto Children's Chorus. ATime to Remember. Davidson: I Never SawAnother Butterfly; Chilcott: Peace Mass;Watson Henderson: In Flanders Fields; Daley:Psalm of Praise; Faure: Pie Jesu; popularsongs of the WWII era. Band of the Royal Regimentof Canada, Gino Falconi, Bill Might on,conductors; Christopher Dawes, organ; RuthWatson Henderson, piano; Bob Chilcott, guestconductor/composer; Jean Ashworth Bartle,founder/music director. 2:45: Band Prelude.Metropolitan United Church, 56 Queen St.East. 416-932-8666 x231. D; (st/sr);free(Canada's Veterans by arrangement).- 7:3D: Toronto Sinfonietta. Gala Concert.Excerpts from Mozart, Mendelssohn, Pagani·ni, Stamitz & Weber concertos. Guests: winnersof the flute, violin & piano concerto competition;University of Toronto Schools StringEnsemble, Ron Royer, music director. IsabelBader Theatre, University of Toronto, 93Charles St. West. 416-410-4379. ;(st).- 8:DD: Academy Concert Series. RomanticSoul.· Schubert's Chamber Works. Schubert:"Trout" Quintet, D.667; Quartettsatz inc, D.7D3; Piano Trio in E-flat, D.929. WindermereString Quartet: Rona Goldensher, GenevieveGilardeau, violins; Anthony Rapoport, viola; LauraJones, cello; Guest: Sharon Burlacoff, fortepiano;Alison Mackay, double-bass. Eastminster UnitedChurch, 310 Danforth Ave. 416-927-9D89. ;(65 +/st).- 8:DD: Alata Harmonia Chorus of Canada.How Beautiful! Celebrating Mozart 250. Mozart:Vesperae Solennes de Confessore, K.339; Gounod:Messe Breve #7 aux Chapelles; Si: Song Ci­Poem Suite Li Oing-zhoa: Shattered Ume Blossoms.Lillian Sit, conductor. P.C. Ho Theatre,Chinese Cultural Centre of Greater Toronto,5183-5193 Sheppard Ave. East. 416-321 -D 128. $ 2D; (sr/stl.- 8:DD: All the King's Voices. Mozart's Requiem.Remembrance Day concert with orchestraand soloists, commemorating 250th anniversaryof Mozart's Birth. Our Lady of Perpetual HelpChurch, 78 Clifton Rd. 416-225-2255. ; D(sr/st); (ch).- 8:DD: Cathedral Bluffs Symphony OrchestraConcert No. 1. Ravel: Tzigane; Grant:Overture; Brahms: Symphony #4. Rebekah Wolkstein,violin; David Bowser, conductor. StephenLeacock Collegiate Institute, 2450 BirchmountRd. 416-879-5566. D; sr/st).The Musicians In OrdinarySaturday November 11 at 8 pmWhen Silly Bees Could Speak- Songs to the poems of Sir Philip Sidneyand Robert, Earl of Essex -u~c.oHallie Fishel, SopranoJohn Edwards, Luteintimate evening of Schubert'schamber works, presented by theWindermere String Quartet, performingthe "Trout" Quintet, the Quartettsatzin c minor, and the Piano Trio•in E-flat Major on period instruments .Rona Goldensher, violinGenevieve Gilardeau, violinAnthony Rapoport, violaLaura Jones, cellojoined by guests Sharon Burlacoff, fortepianoand Alison Mackay, double-bassWWW. TH EWHO LENO Tf.COM

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