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Volume 12 - Issue 4 - December 2006

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... CONCERTS: Further afieldJames, singer, David Martin, conductor. Main Stage,River Run Centre, 35 Woolwich St., Guelph. 519·763-3000, 800-520-2408. -; (12 &under, rush all students); (eyeG0).Friday January 19- 12:30: University of Western Ontario .12:30 Fridays. Orchestra London's Horn Quartet:Ron George, Kate Stone, Sasha Gorbasew, TimLockwood. von Kuster Hall, Music Building,UWO, London. 519-661-2111 x85381. Free.- 8:00: Kingston Symphony Orchestra.Swing, Swing, Swing. Chart-toppers of theforties, music of Benny Goodman, Tommy &Jimmy Dorsey, Glenn Miller, Count Basie, DukeEllington. Gary Guthman; tnumpet; Glen Fast,music director. Kingston Gospel Temple, 2295Princess St., Kingston 613-530-2050. ·; -(sr); -(st); (ch).- 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony.Pops Series: Pops Toasts Of' Blue Eyes. AdamJames, singer; David Martin, conductor. Centre InThe Square, 101 Queen St. North, Kitchener.519-5781570, 800-265-8977. -;(12 & under, rush all students); (eyeGO).- 8:00: Orchestra London. Dark Side of theMoon. Recreation of Pink Floyd's Dark Side ofthe Moon. Jean Meilleur, vocalist; Mitch Tyler,conductor. Centennial Hall, 550 Wellington St.,London. 519-679-8778. -.Saturday January 20- 2:00: Lindsay Academy Theatre.Canada 'sCountry Gentleman, Tommy Hunter. Relive thesongs, stories & memories from 27 years on TV.The Travelin' Men. 2 Lindsay St. South, Lindsay.705-324-9111, 877-888-0038. .50.- 8:00: Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra.Dueling Pianos. Dvorak: Czech Suite in D, Op.39;Martinu: Concerto for 2 Pianos & Orchestra;Saint-Saens: Carnival of the Animals. DuoTurgeon (Edward & Anne Louise Turgeon), pianos;Giuseppe Pietraroia, conductor. 7:00: Pre-ConcertChat. Hamilton Place, Summers Lane. 905-526-7756. -; -(sr); $12-(st);(ch to 13).- 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony.Pops Series: Pops Toasts DI' Blue Eyes. Centre InThe Square, Kitchener. See Jan 19.- 8:00: Orchestra London. Dark Side of theMoon. Centennial Hall,London. See Jan 19.Sunday January 21- 2:00: Queen's University School ofMusic. Concerto/Concert Aria CompetitionFinals. Music students compete for the opportunityto play with the Kingston Symphony & Queen'sSymphony Orchestras. Dunning Auditorium, 94University Ave., Queen's University, Kingston.613-533-2066. Free.- 3:00: Elora Festival Winter Series. TheMusic of Tudor England. Elora Festival Singers;Noel Edison, conductor. 1 :30 lunch, 2:30 talk. St.John's Church, Henderson and Smith Sts, Elora.519-846-0331 . ; (no lunch).- 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo ChamberMusic Society. Roberto Prosseda, piano inConcert Mendelssohn: Sonata inf; Castalci: Mendelssohn(worldprerriere); Boccadoro: Wiegenliedafter Mendelssohn fragment in E-flat (world premiere);Mendelssohn:Fantasia inc/D. KW CMSMusic Room, 57 Young St. West, Waterloo.519-8861673. ; (sr); (st).Tuesday January 23Rachmaninoff and Shostakovich. Daniel Lichti,baritone; Anya Alexeyev, piano; Paul Pulford,cello. Maureen Forrester Recital Hall, 75 UniversityAve. West, Waterloo. 519-884-0710x2150. Free.Wednesday January 24- 7:30: Perimeter Institute Event HorizonsSeason .Daniel Muller-Schott, cello withRobert Kulek, piano. Mike Lazaridis Theatre ofIdeas, 31 Caroline St. North, Waterloo. 519-883-4480. ; (st).- 8:00: Orchestra London. ltalianMasterpieces.Locatelli: Concerto Grosso; Vivaldi: Concerto for 2Violins; Boccherini: Symphony (Nella casa del Diavolo);Mendelssohn: Symphony# 4 (Italian). Joseph Lanza,violli; Jeanne Lamon, conductor/vioin. St. Paul'sCathedral, 472 Richmond Street. London. 519-679-8778. ; (sr/st).- 8:00: Wilfrid Laurier University Facultyof Music. New Music Concert. MaureenForrester Recital Hall, 75 University Ave. West,Waterloo. 519-884-0710 x2150. Free.Thursday January 25- 8:00: Opera Hamilton. Samson et Dalila.Antonio Barasorda, tenor; Allyson McHardy,mezzo-soprano; Gordon Hawkins, baritone; OperaOntario Chorus; Mississauga Choral Society;Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony; Daniel Lipton,conductor. Hamilton Place, 1 Summer's Lane.905-526-6556. -. For complete run seemusic theatre listing s.- 8:00: Talk Is Free Theatre. Harvest MoonRising. Musical about a modern family trying tomaintain their farm and way of life; music &lyrics by Leslie Arden, book by Peggy Sample.Park Place Theatre, 100 Mapleview Or., Barrie.705-792-1949. ; (st). For complete runsee music theatre listings.Friday January 26-12:30: UniversityofWesternDntario.12:30Fridays: Magnificent Mozart Mozart: ClarinetQuintet; Kegelstatt Trio. Jerome Summers, clarinet,and other performers. von Kuster Hall, Music Building,UWO, London. 519-661 -3767. Free.- 8:00: Arts in Concert. Fiddle on Fire. Theviolin & players over 400 years, Gypsies, Celts &Virtuosos. Lance Elbeck, Charles T. Cozens, violin.7:00: Visual artist reception, Heidi Brannan, host.Redeemer University College Auditorium, 777Garner Rd. East, Ancaster. 905-648-2139x4211. ; (adv, mention Theatre Ancaster);(13 to 19); (12 & under).- 8:00: Folk Night at the Registry. EveGoldberg in Concert. Straight up folk. Bob Ma·clean, guitar. Registry Theatre, 122 FrederickStreet, Kitchener. 519-745-6565. $12(adv);(door).- 8:00: Gryphon Theatre. Pavlo in ConcertComposer, guitarist, singer, Mediterranean styleinfluenced by Flamenco, Latin, & Classical guitar,and Greek bouzouki. Administrative Centre, Bldg.C, Georgian College, 1 Georgian Drive, Barrie.705- 728-4613. ; (eyeGO).- 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo ChamberMusic Society. Trios.Trios by Weber, Martinu,Villa-Lobos. TBA, piano; Wendy Wagler, flute;Natalie Williams, cello. KW CMS Music Room,57 Young St. West, Waterloo . 519-886-1673.; Olsr); (st).- 8:00: McMaster U. School of the Arts.Celebrity Concert Series. Valerie Tryon, piano.Convocation Hall (UH-213), University Hall,McMaster University, 1280 Main St. West,Hamilton. 905-525-9140 x24246. ;$12(sr); $ 5(st).Saturday January 27- 3:30: Niagara Symphony & CarouselPlayers. Jeunesses Musicales: Annabelle Canto.Story of a young opera singer who loses her voice andmemory on the morning of an important concert; a"Cushlln Concert" for farrilies. Sullivan MahoneyCourthouse Theatre, 101 King St., St Catharines.905-682-8326 x26. .- 7:00: Lindsay Concert Foundation.Showcase Gala. City of Kawartha Lakes performers,young & old, playing classical to jazz. GlennCrombie Theatre, Fleming College, 200 Albert St.South, Lindsay. 705-878-5625. ; (youth).- 7:30: Oshawa Durham SymphonyOrchestra. Oriental Fantasy. Bart6k: MiraculousMandarin; Stravinsky: The Firebird. Guest:Oadawa; Marco Parisotto, music director.Calvary Baptist Church, 300 Rossland Rd. East,Oshawa. 905-579-6711. ; (st/ch)- 8:00: Caledon Chamber Concerts.DnePiano,Four Hands. James Anagnoson and Leslie Kinton. St.James Anglican Church, 6029 Old Church Rd.,Caledon East 905-880-2445. .- 8:00: Georgian Bay Symphony. Handel &Haydn Meet Piazza/la. Handel: Water MusicSuite; Piazzolla: Five Tango Sensations; Haydn:Symphony# 101 (The Clock). Alex Sevastian,accordion; John Barnum, conductor. 7:00: Preconcerttalk with Richard Mascall, composer inresidence. OSCVI Auditorium, 1550 8th StreetEast, Owen Sound. 519-372-0212. ;21(sr); (st); (grade 8 & under).- 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo ChamberOrchestra. TheCzech Tradition. Dusek: Symphonyin C; Kozeluh: Symphony in F; Krommer. ClarinetConcerto in E-flat Op.36; Martinu: Nonet; Vranicky: 2Hunting Manches & other woli

- 8:00: Gryphon Theatre. Sue Foley inConcert Blues/roots guitarist, songwriter &vocalist. Administrative Centre, Bldg. C, GeorgianCollege, 1 Georgian Drive, Barrie. 705· 728·4613. ; (eyeGO).- 8:00: McMaster University School of theA~ Celebrity Concert Series. Joe Sealy, fiu. ~ano.Convocation Hall (UH-213), University Hall, McMas·ter University, 1280 Main St. West, Hamilton905-525-9140x24246. ; $12(sr); (st).-8:00: University of Western Ontario.Chara/Seties. Works by Buxtehude, to mark the 300thanniversary of his death. Thames Scholars; PaulMerritt, organ. First-St. Andrew's United Church, 350Queens Ave., London. 519-661-3767. Free.Saturday February 03- 2:00: School of Restoration Arts atWillowbank. Tafelmusik on Tour. KingstonCollege, 4700 Epworth Circle, Niagara Falls.905-353-8709. $TBA. Fundraiser.- 7:30: The John Laing Singers. HamiltonSings! Choral extravaganza with music fromvarious styles & traditions. Guests: Choir ofCentral Presbyterian Church, barbershop quartetChameleon, Bach Elgar Choir, Harlequin Singers& other community choirs; John Laing, artisticdirector. Central Presbyterian Church, 156Charlton Ave. West, Hamilton. 905-628-5238,877-628-5238. ; (sr/st).- 8:00: Sanderson Centre for the Perform·ing Arts. George Gao, erhuon Stage. 88Dalhousie St., Brantford. 519· 758-8090. .Sunday February 04- 2:30: Ouinte Symphony.last Night of theProms. Land of Hope and Glory, Rule Britannia,Jerusalem & other works. Gordon Craig, conduc·tor. Bridge Street United Church, 60 Bridge St.East, Belleville. 613-395-0444. ;(MasterWorks subscribers); (st 6-24).- 3:00: University of Western Ontario.Faculty Artists Series: Music from Argentina: ATribute to Carlos Guastavino. Works for solopiano, voice & piano. John-Paul Bracey, piano;Jennifer Moir, soprano. van Kuster Hall, MusicBuilding, UWO, London. 519-661-3767. Free.- 3:00: Wilfrid Laurier University Facultyof Music. WLU Wind Ensemble. MichaelPurves-Smith, conductor. Maureen ForresterRecital Hall, 75 University Ave. West, Water·loo. 519-884-0710 x2150. ; (st).- 7:00: John Labatt Centre. The RankinFamily: Together Again. Vocal and instrumentalCeltic Canadian roots music from Cape Breton.Guest: Seth Lakeman. RBC Theatre at the JohnLabatt Centre, 99 Dundas St., London. 866·455-2849. .25.- 7:30: ChamberWORKS. Noblesse Oblige.Beethoven: String Quartet in F, Op.59/1(Rasumovsky); Trio 117 for violin, cello & piano inCHINESE WORLD MUSIC STAR DADAWAB-flat, Op.97 (Archduke). Dofasco Centre for theArts, Theatre Aquarius, 190 King William St.,Hamilton 905-522· 7529, 800-465· 7529.,; ,(65 + ); (st, at door with ID).- 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo ChamberMusic Society .Rubinoff, K!yucharova &Tykhonov in Concert. Daniel Rubinoff, saxo·phones; Diena Klyucharova, classical piano; AndrijTykhonov, jazz piano. KW CMS Music Room, 57Young St. West, Waterlon 519-886-1673.; (sr); O(st).Monday February 05- 8:00: Centre In The Square. The RankinFamily: Together Again. Celtic Canadian rootsmusic from Cape Breton. Guest: Seth Lakeman.101 Queen St. North, Kitchener. 519-578·1570, 800-265-8977. . 75.Tuesday February 06- 12:00 noon: Wilfrid Laurier UniversityFaculty of Music. Music at Noon. New ArtQuartet: Carol Bauman, David Campion, percus·sion; Terry Kraetsch, piano; Beth Ann de Sousa,piano. Maureen Forrester Recital Hall, 75University Ave. West, Waterloo. 519-884·0710x2150.Free.- 8:00: Hamilton Place. The Rankin Family:Together Again. Celtic Canadian roots music fromCape Breton. Guest: Seth Lakeman. 1 SummersLane, Hamilton. 905-546-4040. .50.- 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo SymphonyHosts. Tafelmusik on Tour. Music of Dowland,Handel, Lully, Vivaldi & Bach. Blair Williams,narrator; Jeanne Lamon, director. First UnitedChurch, 16 William St. West, Waterloo. 519·578-1570, 800-265-8977. Wednesday February 07- 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony.Signature Series in Guelph. Koprowski: AncestralVoices; Chopin: Piano Concerto #2; Sibelius:Symphony #5. Todd Yaniw, piano; Alastair Willis,conductor. 6:45: pre-concert talk with Jet tenKortenaar. Main Stage, River Run Centre, 35Woolwich St., Guelph. 519-763-3000, 800·520-2408. -; (12 & under, rush allstudents); (eyeGO).- 8:00: Orchestra London. The Grieg. Ryan:Pangeas; Grieg: Piano Concerto in a; Sibelius:Symphony #5. Janina Fialkowska, piano; KennethHsieh, conductor. Forest City Community Church,3725 Bostwick Rd., London. 519-679-8778.-; (sr).- 8:00: Wilfrid Laurier University Facultyof Music.New Music Concert. MaureenForrester Recital Hall, 75 University Ave. West,Waterloo. 519-884-0710 x2150. Free.EXCEPTIONAL CONCERTThe ODSO sparkles inevocative and virtuososcores by Bartok(Miraculous Mandarin)and Stravinsky(Firebird).With guest vocalist,i:>zxd~Chinese World Musiccelebrity praised by theNY Times, TimeMagazine, Billboard,BBC, ABC, CNN andMTV!TICKETS:GENERAL I STUDENT $ 20 gst includedSATURDAY JANUARY 27, 20077:30 pm Calvary Baptist ChurchOSHAWAAsk about our Pre-ConcertAsian Delicacies dinner option,Contact us for reservations.I905.579.6711 orcontact@odso.cawww.odso.caOSHAWA DURHAMSYMPHONY ORCHESTRAGustav Mahler'ssplendid 5th Symphonygiven a truly epicperformance with thejoined forces of ODSOand the KingstonSymphony, led byinternationallyacclaimed MusicDirector MarcoSATURDAYMARCH 3, 20077:30 pmGeorge Weston Recital Hall,Toronto Centre for the ArtsgstTICKETS: GENERAL I STUDENT At TicketMaster OutletsI416-872-1111or www.ticketmaster.caDurham Region residentscan also reserve at:905.579.6711 orcontact@odso.cawww.odso.caincludedOSHAWA DURHAMSYMPHONY ORCHESTRADON'T MISS THIS RARE AND ECLECTIC CONCERT'TWO ORCHESTRAS ON STAGE!DECEMBER 1 2006 - FEBRUARY 7 2007 WWW.THEWHOLENOTE.COM 57

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