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Volume 12 - Issue 4 - December 2006

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LISTINGSOpera) Music Thea~ DancePerformances are listed by show title42nd Street! Clarkson Music Theatre.Music by Harry Warren, lyrics by Al Dubin, bookby Michael Stewart, Mark Bramble; early 1930sBusby Berkeley musical. Jennifer Peace, musicaldirector; Bob Riddell, director/choreographer. Dec1-2: 8:00; Dec 2: 2:00. Meadowvale Theatre,6315 Montevideo Rd. Mississauga_ 905-615-4720. ; (sr/stl.A Dickens of a Christmas .Canadian Children'sOpera Chorus. Children's opera by Errol Gay. &Michael Patrick Albano, based on Charles Dickens'A Christmas Carol. Dec 1: 7:30; Dec 2-3:2:00 & 7:30. Harbourfront Centre Theatre, 231Queens Quay West. 416-973-4000. ;(sr/st).Amahl andthe Night Visitors. Melos ChoraleEnsemble/Music West. Gian CarloMenotti: Amahl and the Night Visitors (2-pianoversion); Praetorius: Nun komm der Heiden Heiland(motet for two choirs); Bach: Chorale preludefor organ, BWV .659 (Nun komm der Heiden Heiland);Cantata, BWV.61 (Nun kommderHeidenHeiland); Hassler: Angelus ad pas tores (motet);Corelli: Christmas Concerto, Op.6/8. Guests:Melos String Quartet; David Cameron, musicdirector. Dec 9: 8:00. St. Andrew's-By-The-LakeUnited Church, 1 Redden St., Reddendale. 613-549-7125. ; (sr); (ch); (adv);(adv sr); (adv ch).Asa/a (Roots) Harbourfront Centre/ArabesqueDance Company. Choreographed byYasmina Ramzy, most music composed by theplayers, accompanied by traditional acoustic music,full orchestra of Arabian instruments (qanoon,oude, naye, dumbek, semsemaya, mizmar). Dr.George Sawa, Prof. Bassam Bishara, SuleimanWarwar, Ernie Tollar, Milad Daher, players; NajwaTannus, vocals. Dec 1-3: 8:00; Dec 2-3:2:00. Premiere Dance Theatre, Queen's QuayTerminal, 207 Queens Quay West. 416-973-4000. (eve); (eve sr/st/CAOA);(mat); (mat sr/st/CAOA).Brigadoon. Etobicoke Musical Produc-.tions. Book & lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner, musicby Frederick Loewe; two New Yorkers lost in the18th century Highlands. Allison Beula choreographer;Alina Slawek, music director; Jennifer Cohen,artistic director. Dec 1: 8:00; Dec 2: 2:00.Burnhamthorpe Auditorium, 500 The East Mall.416-248-0410. ; (youth).Candide. Theatre Sheridan. Based on thenovel by Voltaire; book by Hugh Wheeler; musicby Leonard Bernstein; lyrics by Richard Wilbur;additional lyrics by Stephen Sondheim & JohnLatouche; Voltaire's irreverent satire on optimisticphilosophies. Dec 1-9: 2:00 & 8:00 shows,call for details. Studio Theatre, Sheridan College,1430 Trafalgar Rd., Oakville. 905-815-4049., sr/st/alumni discounts, call for details.Candide. Toronto Operetta Theatre. ByLeonard Bernstein. Carla Huhtanen, Peter Mc­Cutcheon, Jean Stilwell, performers; GuillermoSilva-Marin, stage director; TOT Orchestra &Chorus, Julian Wachner, conductor. Dec 27 (preview),29-31, Jan 5-6: 8:00; Jan 3, 7: 2:00 (Dec31 New Year's Eve Gala, before &after, 5).Jane Mallett Theatre, St. Lawrence Centre forthe Arts, 27 Front Street East. 416-366-7723,800-708-6754. -; - (preview).Cats. Theatre Aquarius. By Andrew LloydWebber, based on Old Possum's Book of PracticalCats by T.S. Eliot. Susan Gilmour, Dan Chameroy,performers; Christy Adamson, choreographer;Dave Campbell, director. Dec 2-27: shows at1:00 & 7:00, call for dates & times. 190 KingWilliam St., Hamilton 905-522-7529, 800-465-7529. -; -(sr/st); (12 &under).Chicago. Mirvish Productions. Story of aJazz Age chorus girl, music by John Kander,lyrics by Fred Ebb, book by Fred Ebb & Bob Fosse,choreography by Ann Reinking, based on a 1926play (itself based on a true story) by MaurineDallas Watkins. Walter Bobbie, director. Dec 1-2:8:00; Dec 2-3: 2:00. The Princess of Wales Theatre,300 King St. West. 416-872-1212, 800-461-3333. -(eve); -(mat).Clifford the Big Red Dog live. The RoseTheatre/Turnstile Entertainment. Broadway-stylemusical production with the charmingcrimson canine & characters from Birdwell Islandputting on their own play; for ages 3 to 7. Jan 3-4: 3:00 & 7:00. 1 Theatre Lane, Brampton. 905-874-2800. -.Cocktails & Candy Canes. Da Capo Pro·ductions. Holiday musical theatre celebration,song & dance, with music of Frank Sinatra_, HarryConnick Jr., Ella Fitzgerald, The Andrew Sisters,Bing Crosby, & others. Justin Bacchus, Donna­Marie Baratta, & other performers; David Myers,piano; Andrew Buntain, bass; David Pontello,drums; Christopher Wilson, director. Dec 5: 8:00.Isabel Bader Theatre, 93 Charles St. West. 647-298-9338. ; (65 +/st); (12 & under).Dance Weekend '01. Harbourfront CentreNextSteps/Dance Ontario/DanceWorksCo-Works Series. Emerging companies, withballet, bharatynatam, jazz, hip-hop, flamenco,African, modern, Latin, rhythm tap, Chinese folk;10-12 performances/day, to 7:00. Jan 13-14:1 :OD. Premiere Dance Theatre, Queen's QuayTerminal, 207 Queens Quay West. 416-973-4000. (suggested donation).Disney's Beauty and the Beast. Grand Theatre.Inner beauty reveals true love; Music byAlan Menken, lyrics by Howard Ashman & TimRice; book by Linda Woolverton. Dec 1-30: Callfor dates/times. 471 Richmond St., London.519 672-8800, 800-265-1593. Call for prices.Disney's Cinderella Kids. Brampton MusicTheatre. Sherry Ross, producer. Dec 1: 7:00,Dec 2: 1:00,4:00 & 7:00. Cyril Clark LibraryTheatre, 20 Loafer's Lake Lane, Brampton. 905-874-2800. .Faust. Canadian Opera Company. By Gounod.Ana Ibarra, soprano; Lauren Segal, mezzo.soprano; David Pomeroy, tenor; Brett Polegato,baritone; Egils Silins, bass-baritone; NicholasMuni, director; Yannick Nezet-Seguin, conductor.Feb 1, 6, 9, 14, 17, 21: 7:30; Feb 4, 11: 2:00;Feb 24: 4:30. Four Seasons Centre for the PerformingArts, 145 Queen St. West 416-363-8231. 5; -(15 & under withadult); (spec price, call).Glorious Soulful Messiah. HarbourfrontCentre NextSteps/Ballet Creole. Handel's58 WWW.THEWHOLENOTE. COMMessiah sung by the voices of Aretha Franklin,The Boys Choir of Harlem, Patti Aus tin, T a_ke 6,Gladys Knight & more. Patrick Parson, art1st1cdirector. Dec 8-9: 8:00; Dec 10: 3:00. PremiereDance Theatre, Queen's Quay Terminal, 207Queens Quay West. 416-973-4000. ,;;(sr/st)Glorious! Can Stage. By Peter Quilter, story ofthe tone-deaf diva Florence Foster Jenkins. WithNicola Cavendish; Christopher Newton, director.Dec 1-16, call for details. Bluma Appel Theatre,St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts, 27 Front St.East. 416-368-3110. Call for ticket prices.Goldilocks and The Three Bears. SolarStageChildren's Theatre Adapted by WilliamMartyn, forages 2to8.0ec 16, 23, 30, Jan6-7:11 :OOam &2:00; Dec 27-29, Jan2-5: 10:00am,12:00noon & 2:30. Concourse Level, 4950 YongeSt. 416-368-8031. ; O(Oec30).Grease. The Yorkminstrels. 1950's nostalgiabrought to life. Cliff Jones, artistic director; DavidAmbrose, musical director; Valerie Stanois, choreographer.Dec 1-2: 8:00; Dec 3: 2:00. LeahPosluns Theatre, 4588 Bathurst St. 416-291-0600. .50; .50(65+ ); (under19).Non-perishable food items to the North York Har·vest Food Bank.Happy Birthday Alistair Ant Solar StageChildren's Theatre. Musical puppet show, forages 2 to 6. Dec 9: 11:OOam,2:00 & 4:00, Dec1 O: 11 :OOam & 2:00. Concourse Level, 4950Yonge St. 416-368-8031. .Harvest Moon Rising. Talk Is Free Theatre.Musical about a modern family trying tomaintain their farm and way of life; music &lyrics by Leslie Arden, book by Peggy Sample. Jan25-27, 30, Feb 1-3: 8:00; Feb 1: 11 :30am; Feb 3:2:00. Park Place Theatre, 100 Mapleview Dr.,Barrie. 705-792-1949. ; (st); (Jan26, includes wine & hors d'oeuvres reception).Holy Body Tattoo presents Running WildOakville Centre for the Performing Arts.Bittersweet landscape of human relationships inavant·garde dance duets and solos. Feb 2: 8:00.130 Navy St., Oakvill e. 905-815-2021, 888-489-7784. .99; (eyeGO).I Remember Mama Civic light OperaCompany. Reminiscences from a Norwegianimmigrant family; book by Thomas Meehan, lyricsby Martin Charnin, music by Richard Rodgers;Canadian premiere. Caroline Moro-Oalicandro,David Haines, Larry Westlake, Andrea Barker,performers; Joe Cascone, artistic director. Dec21-Jan 6: shows at 2:00, 7:00 & 8:00, call fordetails. Fairview Library Theatre, 35 FairviewMall Dr. 416-755-1717. (Fri/Sat/Sun);.50(Wed/Thu).Into the Woods.Queen's Musical Theatre.By Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine; musicalexamining the dark side of fairy tales, what happensafter happily ever after. Carolyn Roche, choreographer;James Smith, music director;Michael Murphy, director. Jan 16-21: 8:00; Jan20-21: 2:00. Grant Hall, 43 University Ave.,Queen's University, Kingston 613-533-6670.; $12(st).lady Macbeth of Mtsensk.Canadian OperaCompany.By Shostakovich. Nicola BellerCarbone, soprano; Oleg Balashov, Vadim Zapletchny,tenors; Timothy Noble, baritone; Paul Curran,director; Richard Bradshaw, conductor. Jan 31,Feb 3, 7, 15, 20, 23: 7:30; Feb 10: 4:30; Feb 18:2:00. See Feb 3 Announcements for Opera ExchangeSymposium. Four Seasons Centre for thePerforming Arts, 145 Queen St. West. 416-363-8231. -5; -(15 & under withadult); $ 20(spec price, call).Make Em laugh. Algonquin Theatre/SmileTheatre. Musical about Fanny Brice comedienne,star of the Ziegfeld Follies, by Lezlie Wade. Jan17: 2:30. 37 Main St. East, Huntsville. 705-789-4975. .Menopause Out loud!Capitol Event Theatre.Book & lyrics by Jeanie Linders. JayneLewis, Nicole Robert, Cynthia Jones, Rose Ryan&Jenny Hall, performers. Indefinite run: Tue,Thu, Fri: 8:00; Wed, Sat: 2:00 & 8:00; Sun: 2:00& 5:30. Capitol Event Theatre, 2492 Yonge St.416-872-1111. .95.Michael Flatley's lord of the Dance. HummingbirdCentre for the Performing Arts.Blend of traditional and modem Celtic music anddance. Jan 4-5: 8:00. 1 Front St. East. 416-872-2262. Call for ticket prices.My Fair lady. Theatre Ancaster. Book &lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner, music by FrederickLoewe. Tina Rath, choreographer; Russ Weil,music director; Gord Conroy, director. Dec 1-2:8:00. Theatre Auditorium, Ancaster High School,374 Jerseyville Rd. West, Ancaster. 905-304-7469. ; (sr); (st).Nonsense. Schoolhouse Theatre. Book, music& lyrics by Dan Goggin. Starring Karen K.Edissi; Marc Richard, director/choreographer. Dec1-31: 2:00 & 8:00 shows, call for details. 11Albert St., St. Jacobs. 519-638-5555, 888-449-4463. ; (18 & under).Opera Scene Study. Royal Conservatoryof Music, Community School. Studentspresent scenes from Mozart: ldomeneo; DonGiovanni; Berlioz: Beatrice et Benedict; Verdi:Otello; Donizetti: L'Elisir d' Amore. Joel Katz,director. Jan 25, 27: 7:00. Concert Hall, RCM,90 Croatia St. 416-408-2824 x321. By donation, suggested.Opera Tea: Giuseppe Verdi's la Traviata.U of T Faculty of Music. An afternoon of operaand tea on the theatre stage. Jan 21: 2:30. Mac­Millan Theatre, Edward Johnson Building, 80Queen's Park. 416-978-3744. .Pippin.Mirvish Productions. By StephenSchwartz; coming-of-age story of the EmperorCharlemagne's eldest son; for age 13 +.MickyDolenz, Joshua Park, Andre Ward, Jason Blaine,James Royce Edwards, Shannon Lewis, BarbaraMarineau, Teal Wicks, performers. Dec 1: 8:00;Dec 2: 2:00 & 8:00; Dec 3: 2:00. Royal AlexandraTheatre, 260 King St. West. 416-872-1212,800-461-3333. -.Radio City Christmas Spectacular starringthe Rockettes. Hummingbird Centrefor the Performing Arts. The Parade of theWooden Soldiers, The Living Nativity, Christmasin New York & more; Toronto premiere. Dec 1-31: various times, call for details. 1 Front St.East. 416-872-2262. -0.Richard Bradshaw Amphitheatre DanceSeries: Inside the Art. National Ballet ofCanada Peggy Baker. Dec 14: 12:00 noon. FourSeasons Centre forthe Performing Arts, 145Queen St. West. 416-363-8231. Free.Richard Bradshaw Amphitheatre DanceSeries: The Ancient Art of Kathak ExplainedNational Ballet of Canada. RinaSingha. Dec 28: 12:00 noon. Four Seasons Centrefor the Performing Arts, 145 Queen St. West.416-363-8231. Free.Samson et Dalila. Opera Hamilton. AntonioBarasorda, tenor; Allyson Mc Hardy, mezzo-soprano;Gordon Hawkins, baritone; Opera OntarioChorus; Mississauga Choral Society; Kitchener-0 ECE MBER 1 2006 - FEBR UARY 7 2007

Waterloo Symphony; Daniel Lipton, conductor.Jan 25, 27: 8:00. Hamilton Place, 1 O Mac NabSt. South, Hamilton. 905 526-6556, 800-575-1381. -.Samson et Dalila. Kitchener WaterlooOpera. Antonio Barasorda, tenor; AllysonMcHardy, mezzo -soprano; Gordon Hawkins,baritone; Opera Ontario Chorus; MississaugaChoral Society; Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony;Daniel Lipton, conductor. Jan 31 : 8:00. Centre InThe Square, 101 Oueen St. North, Kitchener.519-578-1570, 800-265-8977. -.Seussical: The Musical. Lorraine KimsaTheatre for Young People. Or. Seuss characterssing & dance through his tales. Music, lyricsand book by Stephen Flaherty and Lynn Ahrens,co-conceived by Lynn Ahrens, Stephen Flaherty &Eric Idle, based on the works of Or. Seuss; forages 5 +. Corrine Koslo, Michael-Lamont Lytle,George Masswohl & others, performers; AllenMacinnis, director; Liz Baird, musical director.Dec 2-17 Sat/Sun: 2:00; Dec 21, 29, 31: 2:00;Dec 28, 30: 11 :OOam & 2:30. LKTYP, 165Front St. East. 416-862-2222. ; (18 &under).She loves Me. Theatre Sheridan Book byJoe Masteroff; music by Jerry Bock; lyrics bySheldon Hamick; a musical valentine set in a1930s Hungarian perfume shop. Dec 1-9: 2:00& 8:00 shows, call for details. Mainstage Theatre,Sheridan College, 1430 Trafalgar Rd.,Oakville. 905-815-4049. -, sr/st/alumnidiscounts, call for details.something blue. Meagan O'Shea. Interactivesound/video installation & dance project fromstories about the no longer married, choreographedby Meagan O'Shea, soundscore by LoriClarke, interactive installation created with MarthaCockshutt & Dave Pijuan-Nomura. AvivaChernick, vocalist, Meagan O'Shea, dancer. Dec1-2: 8:00; Dec 3: 2:00. Dancemakers Centre forCreation, The Distillery District, Building 58,Studio 313, 55 Mill Street. 416-204-1082.; (sr/st/underemployed/CADA).Songs for a New World Color & LightProductions. By Jason Robert Brown; a character-drivensong cycle, including pop, gospel, jazz &classical, about love, life & seizing the moment.Thom Allison, Tracy Michailidis, Sharron Matthews,Jason Knight, performers; Chris Abraham,director. Dec 1, 4-8, 11 -15: 8:00; Dec 2, 9, 16:7:00 & 1 O:OOpm. Young Centre for the PerformingArts, Distillery District, Building 49, 55 MillSt. 416-866-8666. ; (st).The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. HuroniaPlayers Young Company. Musical adapted byKen Ludwig, lyrics & music by Don Schlitz, fromthe novel by Mark Twain. Glenn Campbell, directorDec 7-9: 8·00; Dec 10· 2-00 King's WharfTheatre, 97 Jury Dr., Discovery Harbour,Penetanguishene. 705-526-6987. ;(65 + mat); (18 & under, or st 10).The Bear, and Swoon. COC Ensemble Studio.The Bear: music by William Walton, librettoadapted from Anton Chekov by Paul Dehn & WilliamWalton, in English; Swoon (world premiere):music by James Rolfe, libretto by Anna Chatterton,in English. The Bear. Steven Philcox, conductor;Ashlie Corcoran, director; Swoon: RichardBradshaw, conductor; Michael Albano, director.Dec 6, 7, 9: 7:30, Dec 10: 2:00. Imperial OilOpera Theatre, Joey and Toby Tanenbaum OperaCentre, 227 Front St. East, Toronto. 416-363-8231 , 800-2504653. .The Christmas Story. Church of the HolyTrinity. This dramatization of the nativity storyDECEMBER 1 2006 - FEBRUARY 7 2007first performed 1938; professional musicians,volunteer cast. Dec 8, 15, 22: 7:30; Dec 9, 16,23: 4:30 & 7:30; Dec 10, 17, 24: 4:30. 10 T rinitySquare. 416-598-8979. Suggested donation:; (ch). American Sign Language interpretationsome performances.The Grand Duke. St. Anne's Music & DramaSociety. By Gilbert and Sullivan; a troupe ofactors takes political power in Pfennig-Halbpfennig.Jennifer Friesen Garde, choreographer; LauraSchatz, director; Diana Brault, conductor. Jan 26-27, Feb 1-3: 8:00; Jan 27-28, Feb 3: 2:00. St.Anne's Parish Hall, 651 Dufferin St. 416-922-4415. ; (srlst); (Jan 26, Feb 1 ).The Magic Flute. Brampton Lyric Opera.By Mozart; fully-staged, sung in English. SashaBataligin, Lilac Cana, Keith O'Brien, Tina Winter,Charlene Santoni, Peng Wu & others; orchestra;Brampton Lyric Opera & Chorus; Shek Ko, conductor.Jan 6: 8:00. The Rose Theatre, 1 TheatreLane, Brampton. 905-874-2800. From .The Nutcracker . BalletJiirgen. With Kitchener-WaterlooSymphony Orchestra. Dec 28:2:00 & 7:30. Centre In The Square, 101 OueenSt. North, Kitchener. 519-578-1570, 800-265-8977. -; -(ch).The Nutcracker. National Ballet of Canada.By Tchaikovsky. National Ballet Orchestra.National Ballet School; James Kudelka, choreography.Dec 9, 16, 23, 30: 2:00; Dec 9, 13-16,19-23, 28, 30: 7:30; Dec 10, 17, 27, 29: 1 :00& 5:30. 45 minutes prior: Ballet Talk. Four SeasonsCentre for the Performing Arts, 145 QueenSt. West.416345-9595. -; -(ch).The Shoestring Magic Flute. Solar StageChildren's Theatre . Based on Mozart's opera,for ages 3 to 10. Dec 17: 11 :00 & 2:00. ConcourseLevel, 4950 Yonge St. 416-368-8031 ..The Snow Oueen. Takai String Quartet/Alon Nashman. Sleigh rides &swirling snow,frozen lakes & fireside stories, and friendship andloyalty; adapted and scored by Patrick Cardy,from the fable by Hans Christian Andersen. T okaiString Quartet: Amanda Goodburn, Csaba Koczo,violins; Yosef Tamir-Smirnoff, viola; Rafael Hoekman,cello; Alon Nashman, actor/director. Dec17: 11 :OOam & 7:00. Al Green Theatre in theMiles Nadal Jewish Community Centre, 750Spadina Ave.416-924-6211 x262. ;$12(ch).The Story of My life. Can Stage. A tendermusical celebration of lifelong friends and thepowerof friendship (world premiere). Book byBrian Hill, music & lyrics by Neil Bartram,Michael Bush, director. Dec 1-9, call for details.Berkeley Street Theatre, 26 Berkeley St. 416-368-3110 Call for ticket prices.The Tartan Terrors. Hype Events.TraditionalCeltic music & dance, mixed with rock & roll,blended with Scottish Comedy. Jan 27: 7:30.Rose Theatre, 1 Theatre Lane, Brampton. 905-874-2800. .The Threepenny Opera. Soulpepper TheatreCompany. Seminal 20th century musicalcomedy, by Bertolt Brecht, music by Kurt Weill,German translation by Elisabeth Hauptmann,English translation by Robert MacDonald. Membersof the Soul pepper Academy, Albert Schultz,Patricia O'Callaghan, performers; Tim Albery,director. Jan 24-Mar 10, call for dates/times; Feb6, 13: Post-performance Talkback. Young Centrefor the Performing Arts, Building 49, 55 Mill St.416-866-8666. -; -(previewlmat); (st with 10).The Who's Tommy.Scarborough MusicTheatre. Music and lyrics by Pete Townshend.Feb 1-4, 8-11, 15-17: 8:00; Feb4, 11: 2:00.Scarborough Village Theatre, 3600 Kingston Rd.416-396-4049. ; (srlstlgrps 18 + ).Through the Eyes of a Child TorontoMasque Theatre. A new masque of music andremembrance, poetry & dance, examining therelationship between music & memory, present& past, with music of Du fay, Bach, Mozart, Berlioz,Berlin & Bruce Cockburn. Mary Lou Fallis,soprano; Larry Beckwith, tenor/violin; Marie­Nathalie Lacoursiere, dancer; Avery Maclean,recorder; Terry Mc Kenna, lute; Cavel! Wood,singer/dancer. Feb 7-10: 8:00; 7:15: Pre-showchat. Winchester Street Theatre, 80 WinchesterSt. 416-410-4561. ; (sr/st).Trial by Jury. The Alexander Singers'Festival Choir. Gilbert & Sullivan: Trial by Jury(semi-staged performance); songs & carols forthe festive season, sing-along, including The HallelujahChorus. Angela Hawaleshka, artistic director.Dec 9-10: 7:30. Celebration PresbyterianChurch, 500 Coldstream Ave.416-781-8092.; (srlst).Waiting for the Parade. Theatre Erin dale.By John Murrell; contemporary classic about-f~ .Canadian women surviving WWII. Lezlie Wade,director; Christopher Dawes, musical director.Jan 18, 23-25: 7:30; Jan 19-20, 26: 8:00; Jan27: 2:00 & 8:00. Erindale Studio Theatre, Universityof Toronto at Mississauga, 3359 MississaugaRd_ North, Mississauga_ 905-569-4369_; (st)Wonderful Town. The Rose Theatre/ColumbiaArtists Theatricals. Score by LeonardBernstein, Betty Comden & Adolph Green; SistersRuth & Eileen are fresh off the bus fromOhio, ready to take New York by storm. Jan 11 :8:00; Jan 12: 2:00. 1 Theatre Lane, Brampton.905-874-2800. -.Zalde. Opera In Concert. By Mozart, fragmentof a singspiel in two acts, libretto by JohannAndreas Schachtner, after Franz Josef Sebastian'sOas Sera ii, performed in German & English.Carla Huhtanen, Nils Brown, Lawrence Wiliford,Michael York, Vasil Garvanliev, singers;Aradia Ensemble, Kevin Mallon, conductor. Jan28: 2:30, 1 :45: Pre-concert talk by lain Scott.Jane Mallett Theatre, St. Lawrence Centre forthe Arts, 27 Front St. East. 416-366-7723, 800-708-6754. ,.The Tokai String Quartet and Alon Nashman performby Hans Christian Andersencomposed by Patrick Cardydesigned by Andrea Lundy-Ottawa CitizenSunday December 17@ 11:00 am and 7:00 pmAl Green Theatrein the Miles Nodal JCC750 Spadino Ave. at Bloor adults, $12 childrenTOtix.ca1-888-222-6608I"We know every pair of eyes in ouraudience will be passing over a copy ofWholeNote."- THE MUSIC GALLERYWholeNote is THE concert guide foranyone seeking live music events.Make sure all eyes are on your event.To advertise, call 416-323-2232.WWW.THEWHOLENOTE. COM 59

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