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Volume 13 - Issue 6 - March 2008

... 1: CONCERTS: Toronto

... 1: CONCERTS: Toronto and GT A42presentsFestival of BrassFriday, April 11 through Sunday, April 13, 2008JANE MALLETT THEATREYouth, community and the very best of professionalmusic-making in joyous collaborationA LACARTE FESTIVAL MENURising StarsFriday, April 11, 7:30 p.m. Tickets Listen as the energetic members of the HSSB's three Youth Bands performunder the leadership of Anita McAlister and Darryl Eaton. Our specialguests for this event are Impact Brass under the leadership of Ken Bailey.Participate in an audience vote for the winner of the Hannaford YouthBand's Annual Solo Competition.Community ShowcaseSaturday, April 12, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Tickets Showcase performances by The Whitby Brass Band, The Orillia Silver Band,The Metropolitan Silver Band, The Kincardine Brass Band, The WestonSilver Band, lntrada Brass of Oakville, The Maple Leaf Brass Band of Ottawaand the Buffalo Silver Band. Listen as these ensembles perform a widevariety of repertoire. Some may even compete for the honour of receivingThe Hannaford Cup, our annual awardPrincipals on DisplaySunday, April 13, 3 p.m. Tickets I Our Festival Grand Finale. Toronto Symphony Orchestra Principal BrassPlayers, Andrew Mccandless, trumpet, Neil Deland, horn and Gord Wolfe,trombone will premiere Gary Kulesha's Triple Concerto commissioned bythe HSSB with the generous support of the Ontario Arts Council.Sponsored by nEX~)lDCall the St. Lawrence Centre Box Office416-366-7723 or1-800-708-6 7 54or book on-line atwww.stlc.comVisit us at www.hssb.caThe Hannaford Street Silver Band is grateful for the assistance received from itscorporate and its many individual donors, and from the following·SCHAEFFLER JUPITfR ~MTN ·sc5c:Ai'J r.o•otnAR IIENOW sKP'Jazz & Blue - Buddy Guy, vocal/guitar.Massey Hall, 15 Shuter St. 416-872-4255..50-.50.- 8:00: Toronto Consort. The Glory of St.Mark's. See April 4.Sunday April 06- 1 :30: CAMMAC/McMichael Gallery.Sunday Concerts - Chris McKhool andthe Sultan of Strings. Jazz repertoire.McMichael Gallery, 10365 IslingtonAvenue, Kleinburg. 905-893-1121 I 888-213-1121. Free w gallery admission: ;(st/sr).- 2:00: City of Toronto: Parks, Forestry& Recreation. Sunday Serenades. InkSpots. Scarborough Civic Centre, 150Borough Dr. 416-338 -3294. Free.- 2:00: Canadian Opera Company.Tchaikovsky: Eugene Onegin. See April 2.For run details see music theatre listings.- 2:00: Royal Conservatory of Music.GGS Voices - Opera Ensemble. Mozart:The Marriage of Figaro. RCM ConcertHall. See Apr 4.- 2:30: Recital. Music by CanadianComposers. Gallant; Six Variations onLand of the Silver Birch; Dela: Hommage;Conway Baker: Piano Sonata, op.31;Beckwith: Five Lyrics of the T'ang Dynasty;Morawetz: Sonata No. 1 for violin andpiano and other works. Adelaide Bell,piano; Judy Anzelc, soprano; SusanSpier, violin. 4 Dominion Rd (Etobicoke­Lakeshore). 416-251 -8397. ; .50(sr/st). Advance tickets only.- 2:30: Opera in Concert. The SnowMaiden. By Rimsky-Korsakov. KaterinaTchoubar, Luiza Zhuleva, Sasha Bataligin,Neil Aronoff, performers; Opera inConcert Chorus, Robert Cooper, director;Raisa Nakhmanovich, music director/pianist. Jane Mallett Theatre, 27 FrontSt. East. 416-366-7723 / 800- 708-6754.,(sr/st). 1 :45: Backgrounder withhost lain Scott.- 3:00: Mississauga Choral Society.Malawi Benefit Concert. Light choralworks. Mervin Fick, conductor. St. AndrewsPresbyterian Church, 293 Queen St.S., Streetsville. 905-278- 7059. Call forticket prices.- 3:00: Mooredale Concerts. MooredaleYouth Orchestra. Rosedale HeightsSchool, 711 Bloor St. East. 416-922-3714x103. ; (sr/st).- 3:00: North York Concert Orchestra.Subscription Concert 3 - Brahms: GermanRequiem op.45. See April 5.- 3:00: Orchestra Toronto. Oance Capitalsof the World: London. An explorationof music and dance from five diversecultural capitals. Works by Coates,Britten & Williams. OMO Dance Company;Errol Gay, conductor. George WestonRecital Hall, Toronto Centre for the Arts,5040 Yonge St. 416-467- 7142. ;(sr/st).- 3:00: Syrinx Sunday Salons. Made InCanada Piano Quartet. Kuerti: MagogSuite; Schumann: Piano Quartet; Mozart:Duo for Viola and Violin; Brahms: Sonata#3 for Violin and Piano. Guest: MichaelNicholas, cello. Heliconian Hall, 35 HazeltonAve. 416-654-08 77. ; (st).- 7:30: University of Toronto Faculty ofMusic. Percussion Ensemble. RobinEngelman, director. Walter Hall, 80Queen's Park. 416-978-3744. Free.- 9:30: Music Gallery/Images Festival.Light Trap. Visuals by Greg Pope, sound byAlan Bloor aka Knurl. 197 John St. 416-204-1080. ; (sr/stu); (mem).Monday April 07- 8:00: Toronto Theatre Organ Society/Kiwanis Club of Casa Loma. Ken Double,organ. Casa Loma, 1 Austin Terrace. 416-499-6262. (door).St. Barnabas (Chester)1 SOth AnniversaryCommitteewww.stbarnabas-toronto.compresentsmbe moronto Welsb ;fflale iJotce lbotrwww.twmvc.comfeaturing:Jazz Sensation Kingawww.kingajazz.comand IntroducingThe Dover Peers OrchestraSaturday, April 12, 2008, 7:30 p.m.St. Barnabas (Chester), 361 Danforth AveTickets: .00 416-463-1344ALL PROCEEDS TO THE ACCESSABLILITY FUNDor Contact:416-410-2254 www.ticketbreak.comWWW. THEWHO LENOTE,COM M ARCH 1 - APRIL 7 2008

LISTINGS: SECTION 2CONCERTS: Beyond the GT AN.B. For a list of communities in this sectionsee LISTINGS INTRODUCTION, page 30Saturday March 01- 2:00: Sudbury Symphony Orchestra.True North Brass. Programme featuringCanadian composers and symphonysolos. Glad Tidings Auditorium, Sudbury.705-673-1280. -; -(sr 60 +/st); -(under 18).- 7:30: Algoma Conservatory Concerts.Main Stage Series: Romanza · The Art ofthe Tenor. Philip Grant, Ken Lavigne &Frederik Robert. Kiwanis CommunityTheatre Centre, Main Stage, 107 TrunkRoad, Sault Ste. Marie. 705-945-7299.; (st).- 7:30: Chorus Niagara. Cathedral Glories!Holman: Requiem; works by Rachmaninoff,Widor, Mendelssohn, Halley.Jennie Such, soprano; Wallis Giunta,mezzo; Gian Horrobin, tenor; Alex Dobson,bass; Lynn Honsberger, organ; TaliskerPlayers Orchestra; Robert Cooper, conductor.The Cathedral of St.Catherine ofAlexandria, 67 Church Street,St.Catharines. 905-688-5550 x3257. ; (sr); (st).- 7:30: Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra.A Tribute to Arthur Fiedler. DanielSwift, conductor. Hamilton Place, 1Summers Lane, Hamilton. 905-526- 7756.-; -(sr); (st); (ch).- 7:30: King Edward Choir. Voices oflight. Music by Dobrogosz, Elgar, Rutter& Lauridsen. Collier St. United Church,112 Collier St. Barrie. 705-726-1916..- 7:30: Lindsay Concert Foundation.Vancouver Chamber Choir. Jon Washburn,conductor. Glenn Crombie Theatre, FlemingCollege, Albert St. S., Lindsay. 705·878-5625. -.- 8:00: Georgian Bay Symphony. Vignettes.Music by Debussy, Hindemith,Kreisler, Respighi & Stravinsky. PaulEarle, violin & viola. Centre for the Arts,OSCVI Auditorium, 1550 8th St. E., OwenSound. 519-372-0212. ; (sr/st);Benefit ConcertMuseum of ChildhoodCoenraadBloemendalCellistJenniferGriffithSopranoWorks byBeethoven, Mozart, Faure', GranadosThursday April 1 Oth at 8pmHeliconian Hall35 Hazelton Ave. Torontohors d'oeuvres & beverages provided$ 25 Advance @ DoorReserve 416-964-8255M AR CH 1 - A PRI L 7 2008(12 & under); eyeGO.- 8:00: Guelph Chamber Choir. ChoralGems. Guests: Da Capo Chamber Choir;Leonard Enns and Gerald Neufeld, conductors.St. George's Anglican Church, 99Woolwich St. Gue Ip h. 519-763-3000/8 77-520-2408. .- 8:00: Northumberland Players. Urinetown.Music and lyrics by Mark Hollmann.Capitol Theatre, 20 Queen St. PortHope. 905-885-071. . For run detailssee music theatre listings.- 8:00: Port Hope Friends of Music.Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra . Veracini:Overture in g; Handel: Suite in F fromWater Music; Bach: Concerto for 2 violinsin d; Boccherini: Symphony in d. PortHope United Church, 34 South St. PortHope. 905-885-1071 I 800-434-5092. ;(sl).Sunday March 02- 1 :00, 4:00 & 7:00: Koba Family Entertainment.The Backyardigans: Guest forthe extra ordinary alien. Book by PattiCaplette & Rodney Stringfellow. Directed& choreographed by Patti Caplette; musicby Evan Little. Hamilton Place, 1 SummersLane, Hamilton. 905-481-4444. .50.- 2:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony.Signatures 5. Edwin Outwater, conductor.River Run Centre, 101 Queen Street North,Guelph. 519-745-4711. -; (st/child).- 2:00: Georgian Bay Concert Choir.Mendelssohn: Elijah. Kathryn Domoney,soprano; Marion Newman, mezzo-soprano;David Pomeroy, tenor; Giles Tomkins,bass; Ian Sadler, organ; guests: theTrillium Brass; Henriette Blom, conductor.Division Street United Church, 997 4thAve. E. Owen Sound. 1-519-371 -2833..- 2:30: Kingston Symphony. Mozart:Great Mass in C minor. Also, John Williams:Bassoon Concerto. Jackalyn Short,Monica Whicher, sopranos; Benoit Boutet,tenor; Daniel Hambly, baritone; BenGlossop, bassoon; Kingston ChoralSociety. Kingston Gospel Temple. 2295Princess St. Kingston. 1-613-546-9729.-; -(sr); -(st); O(children).- 3:00: Elora Festival Singers. Purcell·Dido and Aeneas. Noel Edison, director;Elora Festival Orchestra; Laura Pudwell,mezzo. Knox Presbyterian Church, 55Church St. E., Elora. 519-846-0331 I 888-747-7550. .- 3:00: Northumberland Centre. OrganRecital Series - lmpresssionism-Modern.St. Peter's Anglican Church, 240 CollegeSt. Cobourg. 905-355-3116. Free willoffering.- 3:00: Symphony Hamilton. The Transcontinentalfrom Paris to Vienna: OrchestralFolksongs. Offenbach: Orpheus andthe Underworld; Canteloube: Songs of theAuvergne; Mahler: Symphony No.4 in G.Lita Classen, soprano; James R. McKay,WWW. THEWHO LEN OTE.COMmusic director. Royal Botanical Gardens,680 Plains Rd. West, Burlington. 905-526-6690. -.- 3:00: Tapestry Chamber Choir. MakingMusic with our Illustrious Alumni. Lloyd­Webber: Requiem; Bach: Et Resurrexit.Mia Lennox-Williams, Shannon Hill,mezzo-sopranos; Peter McGillivray,baritone; Andrew Slonetsky, music direc·tor. St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church,484 Water St. Newmarket. 905-836-8589. ; O(st/sr).- 3:30: Gerald Fagan Singers/FanshaweChorus London. Permit Us Voyage. Aconcert of favourites from the past 29years. Gerald Fagan, artistic director.Windermere on the Mount, 1486 Rich·mond St., London. 866-244-0762. ;(sr.J; (st).Monday March 03- 12:30 & 6:00: Don Wright Faculty ofMusic. Chamber Ensembles. von KusterHall, University of Western Ontario,London. 519-661 -3767. Free.- 4:00 & 6:30: Koba Family Entertain·ment. The Backyardigans: Guest for theextra ordinary alien. Culture Centre, 75Williams St. N. Chatham. 1-519-354-8338..50. See March 2.- 8:00: Don Wright Faculty of Music.Chorale. von Kuster Hall, University ofWestern Ontario, London. 519-661-3767.Free.Tuesday March 04- 12:30: McMaster University School ofthe Arts. Lunchtime Concerts: BrandonLeis, tenor. Convocation Hall, 1280 MainSt. West, Hamilton. 905-525-9140x24246. Free.- 12:30 & 6:00: Don Wright Faculty ofMusic. Chamber Ensembles. See March 3.- 7:30: Grand Philharmonic Choir ·Youth. Bursary Benefit Cabaret. Works byMorley, di Lasso, Palestrina, Passereauand others. Kitchener City Hall, 200 KingSt. W, Kitchener. 519-5 78-1570 I 800-265-8977. ; (sr/st); O(up to gr.81;(eyeGOJ. Benefiting the Youth ChoirBursary Fund.Wednesday March 05- 12:30 & 6:00: Don Wright Faculty ofMusic. Chamber Ensembles. See March 3.- 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo ChamberMusic Society. Janina Fialkowska,piano. Haydn: Sonata #46 in Ab; Schumann:Humoreske Op.20; Ravel: Jeuxd · Eau; works by Chopin. KW CMS MusicRoom, 57 Young St. W., Waterloo. 519-886-1673. ; (sr); O(st). SOLDOUT- 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony.Electric Thursdays 2. Daniel Warren,conductor. Centre in the Square, 101Queen Street North, Kitchener. 519-578-1570. .Thursday March 06- 12:30: Don Wright Faculty of Music.Music of love & Life. The Thames Schol·ars; U of Texas a cappella choir; GeraldNeufeld and Jing Ling Tam, conductors.von Kuster Hall, University of WesternOntario, London. 519-661 -3767. Free.- 6:00: Don Wright Faculty of Music.Chamber Ensembles. See March 3.- 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony.Electric Thursdays 2. See Mar 5.Friday March 07- 12:30: Don Wright Faculty of Music.Thomas Wiebe, cello. von Kuster Hall,University of Western Ontario, London.519-661-3767. Free.- 6:00: Don Wright Faculty of Music.Chamber Ensembles. See March 3.- 7:30: Brock University Centre for theArts. Da Capo Chamber Choir. LeonardEnns, conductor. Sean O'Sullivan Theatre,500 Glenridge Ave. St. Catharines. 866-688-5550. .50; .50(st/sr); (eye­GOJ.- 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony.Signatures 5. See Mar 2.- 8:00: Tafelmusik. In the Garden ofEarthly Delights. Music by Purcell, Monteverdi,the Bach family, Willan, andHatzis (world premiere). TafelmusikChamber Choir; lvars Taurins, conductor;Jeanne Lamon, music director. CapitolTheatre, 20 Queen St. Port Hope. 905-885-1071 I 800-434-5092. .Saturday March 08- 7:00: Arcady. Handel, Messiah. GabrielleMclaughlin, soprano; Richard Cunningham,countertenor; ChristopherFischer, tenor; Neil Aronoff, baritone; PaulEarle, violin; Ronald Beckett, conductor.St. Andrews (Hespeler) PresbyterianChurch, 73 Queen St. East, Cambridge.519-658-2652. ; (st); free(under12).- 7:30: Cellar Singers. Bach: St. JohnPassion. Agnes Zsigovics, soprano; Jenni·fer Enns Modolo, mezzo-soprano; AlexanderDobson & Giles Tomkins, baritones;David Jeffries, bass; Albert Greer, Evangelist;Robert Cooper, guest conductor. St.Paul's United Church, Drillia. 705-329-2333. .- 7:30: Mohawk College Singers. Musicfor a Changing World. Haydn: LordNelson Mass; Vaughan Williams: DonaNobis Pacem. Cecile Desrosiers, piano;David Holler, conductor. Mohawk CollegeTheatre, Fennell Campus, Hamilton. 905-526-7938. ; (st/sr).- 7:30: Brock University Centre for theArts. Women of the World. A concert inhonour of International Women's Day. KiranAhluwalia; Ndidi Onukwulu, TaynaTagaq. Sean O'Sullivan Theatre, 500Glenridge Ave. St. Catharines. 866-688-5550. ; .- 8:00: DaCapo Chamber Choir/GuelphChamber Choir. Two - A Second Glance.Works by Barber, Lang, Bach, Sandstrom,Hopkins and others. Leonard J. Enns,director. St. Aloysius Catholic Church, 11Traynor Ave, Kitchener. 519-725- 7549.-.- 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony.Signatures 5. See Mar 2.Sunday March 09- 3:00: McMaster University School ofthe Arts. McMaster Chamber Orchestra.Bartok: Rumanian Dances; Fawcett: Concertofor piano; Beethoven: Symphony No.2 inD Op.36. Keith Kinder, conductor; ErikaReiman, piano. Convocation Hall, McMasterUniversity, 1280 Main St. West,Hamilton. 905-525-9140 x24246. .43

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