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Volume 12 - Issue 8 - May 2007

  • Text
  • Jazz
  • Toronto
  • Choir
  • Theatre
  • Choral
  • Singers
  • Musical
  • Festival
  • Arts
  • Concerts

CanadianSinfonietta..·....rne:; ·8~ .f~Jr~ J a11 "·; 1 ,ett,ti::< ·. Stji~i~ " 1;lpx f;~ffice: 416 205 5555 Ior .yisit ,, '• S~Ji,?t $ ~~ :::;;: 5tlid~~~ $i5Featuring 1 O new songsby local composers in classical,pop and jazz stylings.Children u~~~:.JSaturday, May 12, 8 p.m.JANE MALLET THEATRE Adult & Senior/Studentat This Ain't The Rosedale Library, Church Stand St.Lawrence Centre, 21 Front Street416-366-7723 or 1-800-708-6754on on line: torontdartsbouncil.

- 5:00: Masaryk Memorial Institute. Noc· Monday May 14turnes at Masaryktown: Drew Jurecka Jazz - 7:30: Associates of the Toronto Sympho·Ouintet. Prague Restaurant, Masaryktown, 450 ny Orchestra. Rudolph family Players. Devi·Scarborough Golf Club Rd. 4164394354. ; enne: Duo; Luedeke: Silence!; Stride (arr): Benny(st).Goodman Medley; Ravel: Pavane for a Dead Prin·- 6:00: Royal Conservatory of Music, cess; Haydn: London Trio #1; Green: Xylophonia.Glenn Gould School. Student Recital. Michelle Kathleen Rudolph, flute; Theresa Rudolph, viola;Zapf-Belanger, violin. Concert Hall, 90 Croatia St. John Rudolph & Daniel Murphy, percussion. T rini·416-408-2824 x322. Free. ty·St. Paul's Centre, 427 Bloor St. West. 416·- 7:30: Academy of Serbian FolkDancing. · 221-8342. ; (sr/st); (elemst).The Magic Flute of Bora Ougic. Pastoral elegies, - 8:00: Al Green Theatre at the Miles Nadvirtuosocompositions, & classical music on shep· al JCC. David Buchbinder's Odessa/Havanaherd's flute. Zoran Zivkovic, piano. Glenn Gould Gala. Two musical styles with Iberian roots,Studio, 250 Front St. W .. 416-205-5555. . sharing Arabic, Roma (Gypsy), Sephardic & North- 7:30: Elying Cloud Folk Club. finest Kind. African ancestry; celebrating Lou Siminivitch forFolk singer/songwriters and multi-instrumental· the Downtown Jewish Day School. David Buch·ists. Ian Robb, Ann Downey, & Shelley Posen, binder, trumpeter/composer; Hilario Duran, piano/performers. The TRANZ.AC, 292 Brunswick composer; Quinsin Nachoff, reeds/flute; Ale·Ave. 416-410-3655. ; (sr/st).ksander Gape, violin/viola; Roberto Occhipinti,- 8:00: Chinese Artists' Society of Turon· bass; Mark Kelso, drums; Jorges Luis "Papiosco"to/Baroque Music Beside the Grange. Lute Torres, percussion. 750 Spadina Ave. 416-924-legends: Ancient Airs from East & West. Cross- 6211 xO. ; (adv).culture solo &duo program. Wen Zhao, pipa; - 8:00: East York Concert Band.Around TheLucas Harris, lute. Church of St. George the Mar· World with Music. Songs of the American West;tyr, 197 John St. 416-546-1786. ; O(sr/ Korean Folk Rhapsody; In a Persian Market; Temst/unwaged).pie of the Nile; Carnival of Venice (trumpet trio);- 8:00: Esprit Orchestra. Red Hot New Wave British Isle Medley; Cape Cod Capers; CanadaComposers Festival Finale: Gala Concert & let· Centennial theme song (CA-NA-DA). Ernie Walk·ters from Mignon CO launch. Colgrass: Side by er, music dir. Blue Danube Restaurant, 1686Side, for harpsichord, altered piano & orchestra; Ellesmere Rd. 416-266-1958. $12.50.Schmidt: Grandma's Sore Back; Ligeti: Concerto - 8:00: Royal Conservatory of Music,for Cello and Orchestra; Schafer: Letters from Glenn Gould School. Student Recital. PaolaMignon; Mimielieder. Shauna Rolston, cello; Alarcon, flute. Rm 305, 90 Croatia St. 416408·Joanne Kong, piano/harpsichord; Eleanor James, 2824 x322. Free.mezzo-soprano; Alex Pauk, cond. Jane Mallett·Theatre, 27 Front St. E. 416-366· 7723, 800·708-6754. ; (sr); O(st).Tuesday May 15- 12:00 noon: Canadian Opera.Company.Richard Bradshaw Amphitheatre World MusicTo Everything There is a SeasonSUNDAY, MAY 13, 2007 - 4:00 p.m.ROY THOMSON HALLCelebrating the unique partnership and legacy of Founding DirectorJean Ashworth Bartle, Accompanist Ruth Watson Henderson, andHeather Wood, Manager, Artistic Administration, in their final concert.Series: World Music Chorus. Folk music fromaround the world, audience participation. AlanGasser, dir. Four Seasons Centre, 145 Queen St.West. 416-363-8231. Free.- 1 :00: St. James' Cathedral. Music at Midday.Eastman School students, organ. 65 ChurchSt. 416-364· 7865 x224. Free.- 7:30: Earl Haig Secondary School. ClaudeWatson Choral Night. Works by Mozart, Men·delssohn & others. Grace Church on-the-Hill, 300'Lonsdale Rd.416-395-3210 x20141. ; (st).- 7:30: Serenata Singers. Circle of our Song.Show tunes, folk, & traditional. Toronto KoreanPresbyterian Church, 67 Scarsdale Rd. 416-497'5952. $12.Jacques lsraelievitchviolinMichael lsraelievitchpercussionMay 15, 8pmAl Green Theatre750 Spadina Ave. (at Bloor)/ Youth 416-924-6211 x 0•· MllesNooo~CC 8:00: Al Green Theatre at the MNjcc.Jacques lsraelievitch & Friends: Hammer &Bow. Chamber music. Jacques lsraelievitch,violin; Michael lsraelievitch, percussion. 750Spadina Ave. 416-924-6211 xO. ; (sr/st); (10-14).- 8:PO: The Music Gallery/Rough Idea.VTO 00 7: Car Fuhler's Corkestra. Jazz Avantseries; music from The Netherlands. Cor Fuhler,clavinet/organ/synth/piano/; Anne la Berge, flutes/electronics; Ab Baars, clarinet/tenor saxophone;Tobias Delius, tenor saxophone/clarinet; NoraMulder, cimbalorn; Michael Vatcher, percussion/singing saw; Tony Buck, percussion; Wilbert deJoode, double bass. St. George the MartyrChurch, 197 John St. 416-204-1080. ;(adv); (sr/member); O(st).- 8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. TheMagical Music of Disney. The Lion King, Beautyand the Beast, Mary Poppins, Peter Pan, Aladdin& more. Ashley Brown, soprano; Billy Tighe,tenor; Jefferey Berger, baritone; MississaugaChoral Society; Erich Kunzel, cond. Roy ThomsonHall, 60 Simcoe St. 416-5934828. -.Wednesday May 16- 12:30: Yorkminster Park BaptistChurch. Noonday Organ Recital. Corrine Dutton,organ. 1585 YongeSt.416-922-1167. Free.- ·2:00: Serenata Singers. Circle of our Song.Toronto Korean Presbyterian Church. See May15.- 2:00 & 8:00: Toronto Symphony Orches·tra. The Magical Music of Disney. Roy ThomsonHall. See May 15. -(mat prices).-6:00: ORGANIX 07. Thomasfitches, organ,in Recital. Buxtehude: Prelude and Fugue; Utterback: Balm in Gilead, Swing Low:Rheinberger: Fantasia-Sonata #17 in b, Op.181.Five Smdll ConcertsPresent d byThe Asso es of theToronto ..· y Orchestra·ng '· t Players withuestFeaturing music from five centuriesand two World PremieresTo Everything There is a Season, by Derek HolmanWhen I Am an Old Woman I Shall Wear Purple, by Ruth Watson HendersonCarole Anderson, Teri Dunn. and Marie-Claire Gervasoni, ConductorsRuth Watson Henderson, PianoChristopher Dawes, OrganFrcm~o i s DeviRoymond LueFred Stride,Meirimbd Ciloe GreenMCiurice~Joseph HCiyTickets: Adults I Students & Seniors 416-872-4255 www.roythomson.comTickets s17.oo Regular, s14.oo Students /SeniorsFor fu rther information call (416) 221-8342M AY 1 - ) UNE 7 200 7 WWW. THEWHO LENOTE,COM 3 5

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