Hildegard of Bingen, Birgitta of Sweden & others.Katherine Hill, artistic director. Trinity·St'. Paul'sCentre, 427 Bloor St. West. 416·964·6337.·.- 8:30: Hugh's Rol!m. Willie P. Bennett. Folksinger/~ongwriter. 2261 Dundas St. West. 416·531 ·6604. ; (adv).- 9:00pm: Association of Improvising Mu·sicians TorontolArraymusic. leftover Day·light Series. Jazz & improvised music. Arraymu·sic Studio, Suite 218 (rear door), 60 Atlantic Ave.416·539·8752. · O(sliding scale).Saturday February 24- 2:00: Toronto All·Star Big Band. With PhilNiff!_mons, Clarinet. Jane Mallet Theatre, St.Lawrence Centre for the Arts, 27 Front St. East.416·3B6· 7723. . ·- 6:30: Narthanalaya/MukiBaum Treat·ment Centres. Tree of Dreams, Branches ofHope. Theatrical dance production, written, cho·reographed and produced by Narthanalaya; twinsare separated, and rejoined. Main Stage, TorontoCentre for the Arts, 5040 Yonge St. 416·872-1111. ; (VIP seating); 0(VIP seatingA government ogent is having the worst day of his life - wronglyincarcerated and tormented by his jailer, he has less than 24 hours tostage a prison br~ak, prove his innocence and find true love ...h !EILJIJCll/£11111URRaBY GILBERT Rno SLJLLIVRnFebruary 23, 24, 25, March 2, 3, 4 2007LEAH POSLUNS THEATRE 4588 8aihurst St, TarantoTickets: (905) 727-2209 northtorontoployers.compresentsLISTEN,D~UGHTERSOF LIGHTIN CONCERT WITH THEToronto All-Star Big BandFEB 24Tll - 2 PMST. LAWRENCE CENTRE( 416) 366-7723& reception). Proceeds to MukiBaum TreatmentCentres' permanent dance program.- 7:00: Amadeus Choir.A Celtic Celebration.Celtic Band, Highland Dancers, auction, refresh·ments, cash bar, in a Celtic mood. Toronto Botani·cal Garden, 777 Lawrence Ave. East. 416·446·0188. ; (sr/st). A benefit concert for theAmadeus Choir.- 7:00: Brampton Folk Club. Brampton FolkFestival Audition Showcase. Ten performers.Sanderson Hall, St. Paul's United Church, 30Main St. South, Brampton. 64 7 · 233-3655. $12;(sr/st).- 7:00: St.Andrew's United Church. ATaste of Scotland II. Scottish music; Celtic violinfrom the Maritimes, audience sing·alongs, scones& haggis. Phil Howes & Debbie Herriott·Howes.32 Main St. North, Markham. 905·294· 7842.; (for two).- 7:30: Durham Chamber Orchestra.AnEastern European Excursion. Molter: Concerto forBassoon; Dvorak: Symphony #9 (From the·NewWorld). Jeff Densham, bassoon; John Kraus,director. Performing Arts Centre, Notre Dame 'CSS, 1375 Harwood Ave. North, Ajax. 705-749:5839. $TBA.- 7:30: Healey Willan Singers. This Enchant·ed Evenin;. Works by Handel, Mozart, Schubert,WoH, Tchaikovsky & Stetsenko. Alexandeo-J. Hajek,baritone; Michael Beo-kovsky, piano; Ron Ka MirgCheung. artistic director. Heliconian Hall, 35 Hazel·tonAve.416·519·0528. ; (sr/st).- 7:30: Oakville Children's Choir. GreatDay! A Choral Celebration of Black HistoryMonth. Spirituals, freedom songs, dancing, drumming& story·telling. Adwoa and Fule Badoe,African dancers/drurrvnerslstory-tellers; GlendaCrawford, music director. Clearview ChristianReformed Church, 2300 Sheridan Garden Dr.,Oakville. 905·337·7104. ; (srlunder 12).- 7:30: Tallis Choir. Bra/lms liebfsliederWaltzes. Plus works by Schumann, Schubert &Ager. Grace Church on-the-Hill, 300 Lonsdale Rd.416·286-9798. ; (sr); O(st). ·- 7:30: Toronto Mass Choir. 3rd AnnualPower Up Concert. Inspirational gospel choircelebration; see Announceo-nents, Etc. for Feb 23124 workshops. Toronto Mass Choir & Power UpWorkshop Choir. Banfield Memorial Church, 89Centre Ave. 905· 794· 1139. ; (adv).~ 8:00: Canadian Sinfonietta. Chinese New, Year Concert: A Tribute to Folk Dances. An-lunHuang: T ajike Dance, for string orchestra; McCo· ·nnell: Fantasia, for yang qin and strings; ZhouarnaaeusnoirDEUS CHOIR PRESENTSc C€l€b1ationFebruary 23 & 24, 2007 at 8From the 12th, 13th and 14th centuries comes awealth of exquisite music written for and'by femalemonastics. Hildegard of Bingen and Birgitta ofSweden, together with their anonymous sisters,wrote about many aspects of their remarkable lives,from mystical ecstasy to reluctance in keeping theirvows. Do'! 't miss your chance to hear this hauntingbut rarely heard music-hymns, songs, canticles andpsalmody as it might have sounded centuries ago inthe convents ·and cloisters of Europe ..www.torontoconsort.org( ,Trinity-St. Paul's Centre, 427 Bloor St. WestWWW. THEWHOLENOTE.COM FEBRUARY 1 - MARCH 7 2007
Zhong Kang: The Spring Water, for Yang Qin and violins; Katalina MacDonald, Ivan lvanovich, vio·Strings; Grieg: Norwegian Dance; Bartok: Ruma· las; Kristine Bogyo, cello. Willowdale Unitednian Folk Dances; Monti !arr. Lai} Czardas. Li Xiao Church, 347 Kenneth Ave. 416-922-3714 xl 03.Hu, baritone; Anna Guo, yang qin; Tak·Ng Lai, ; 1sr/st}.conductor. Newtonbrook United Church, 53 Cum- - 8:00: Toronto Consort. listen, Daughters ofmer Ave. 905-707-1200 x2. ; 1sr); light. Trinity-.St. Paul's Centre. See Feb 23.1stwith ID}; 111 &under}.- 8:00: Toronto Mendelssohn Youth Choir.:.... 8:00: CBC On Stage. Jazz a la Laila. An all· African Celebration. Marking African Heritagestar quartet; Laila Biali, piano/vocals. Glenn Gould . •· Month, exploring.several regions of Africa; Chil·Studio, 250 Front St. West. 416-205-5555. cott: The Making of the Drum. Andy Morris,; .5Dlsrlst}. percussion; Lynn Janes, conductor. Christ Church ·- 8:00: Islington United Church. Moments Deer Park, 1570 Yonge St. 416·598-0422 x21.to Remember. Male choir sings the oldies. The t25; 1srlst}. ·Voices of SHOWTIME. Islington United Church, - 8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Her·25 Burnamthorpe Rd. 416·621-2897. . big & Hewitt. Roy Thomson Hall. See Feb22.- 8:.00: Masterworks of Oakville ChorusSunday February 25and Orchestra. Haydn's The Creation. St An·drews Church, Oakville. See Feb 23.- 11 :OOam & 1 :00: Mooredale Concerts.-8:00: Mooredale Concerts. Brahms String Music & Truffles Children's Concert. Bahar theOuintet in F. Brahms: String Quintet in F; Hetu: Elephant, performed, narrated & illustrated byString Quartet; Bach: Suite #2 in d, BWV .1008 Andy Rangell, with specially written music by!transcribed for viola); Enescu: Konzertstuck for .Poulenc. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park. 416-922·viola and piano. Catherine French, Liana Berube, 3714x103. .www.MooredaleConcerts.comBrahmsExperience Brahms'rarely heard splendidString Quintet in F Major& more.·catherlne French, violin"Splendid, radiant tone" withLiana Berube, violinKatallna M~cDonald &Ivan lvanovlch, violasKristine Bogyo, celloSaturday, February 24 at 8 pm - Willowdale UnitedSunday, February 25 at 3 pm - Walter Han, U of Tat 11 am or 1 pm for children - Babar the Elephant - Aff.ordable tickets! , ( StJSr.) 416-922-3714 x103IThe Oakville Children's ChoirGlenda Crawford, Founder/Music DirectorpresentsGreat Day!A Choral Celebration of Black History Monthfeaturing the choirs of the OCCand special guestsAdwoa and Badoe FuleAn evening of singing,African drumming, dancing and storytellingSaturday, February 24, 20077:30 p.m.Clearview Christian Reformed Church2300 Sheridan Garden Drive, OakvilleFor tickets call the occ box office at (905)337-7104Adults: Seniors/Students: www. oakvillechildrenschoir. org- 2:00: Metropolitan Silver Band. MSB mConcert. Fran Harvey, conductor. ScarboroughCivic Centre, 150 Borough Drive, Scarborough.416-864-5551 . Free.- 2:00: Off Centre Music Salon. Mozart258, r5f ... Forever. Krisztina Szabo, mezzosoprano; Shannon Mercer, soprano; Ru5sell Braun,Peter McGillivray, baritones. Glenn Gould Studio,250 Front St. West. 416-466-1870. ;(srlst}.- 3:00: Hart House Music Committee/Worlds of Music Toronto. 61 Bth SundayConcert: Soul Influence. Great Hall, Hart House,University of Toronto, 7 Hart House Circle. 416·978-2452. Free.- 3:00: Mooredale Concerts. Brahms StringOuintet in F. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park. SeeFeb24.- 3:30: St. Timothy's Anglican Church. Forthe love of Music. Brahms: Liebeslieder Waltzes,for choir and piano duo; Debussy: Danse Sacree etDanse Profane; & other works; English love poet·ry. Catherine Morrow, soprano; Norm Nurmi,James Bourne, David Montgomery, piano; An·drew Chan, classical harp; Pascal Labillois, classi·cal guitar; Michael Tansley, organ; Michael Tans·ley, conductor. 1 OD Old Orchard Grove. 416-488·0079. ; (srlst}.- 4:00: Association of Improvising Musi·cians Tor.ontolNow Lounge. Jazz & lmpro·vised Music. Showcasing local talent. NowLounge, 189 Church St. 416-769-2841..- 4:00: St. James' Cathedral. Sunday After·noon Twilight Recital. Bach: Toccata in F; Thuille:Sonata in a. William Wright, organ. 4:30: ChoralEvensong. 65 Church St. 416-364· 7865 x224.Free.- 4:00: St. Philip's Anglican Church. FadoBlues Vespers. Caterina Cardeal, Mike Siracusa,performers. 25 St. Phillips Road. 416·247-5181.Offering.- 4:00: Toronto Children's Chorus Train·ing Choirs & Boys' Choir. Cities and Townsand Things AD Around. Songs by Chilcott, Cop·land •. Daley, Franck, Glick, Kabalevsky, Lloyd Web·ber, Ouchterlony, Ridout, Thiman, & Scarlatti.The Tallis ChoirPeter Mahon, DirectorBRAHMS, LIEBESLIEDER WALTZESThe Tallis Choir is joined by piano duo GeorgeVona and Lark Popqv for works by Brahms,Rachmaninoff, Schubert, Schumann and Ager.Saturday, February 24, 7:30 pmGrace Church on-the-Hill300 Lonsdale Rd. (east of Spadina)Tickets: , , For information: www.tallischoir.com416-286-9798www.MooredaleConcerts.comBabar 0The story· performed,narrated andillustrated byNew Yorkpianist/artistAndy Rangell.1tudi \ ,,\h \Ill· ' \IllSunday, February 2511-12 am -Walter Hall, U ofTAffordable tickets! O416-922-3714 x103FEBRUARY 1 - MARCH 7 2007 WWW. THEWHOLENOTE.COM 37\(('