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Volume 13 - Issue 6 - March 2008

... SECTION 2: Beyond

... SECTION 2: Beyond the GTA- 3:00: Northumberland Centre. OrganRecital Series -Audience Favourites. KingStreet United Church, 1 DO King St. Trenton.905-355-3116. Free will offering.- 3:00: Primavera Concerts. ShannonMercer, soprano & Stephen Phi/cox,piano. St. Barnabas Church, 33 Queen ­ston, St. Catharines. 905-685-4734. ;(st).Monday March 10- 12:30 & 6:00: Don Wright Faculty ofMusic. Chamber Ensembles. See March 3.- 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo ChamberMusic Society.Aviv String Duartet &Marianna Humetska, piano. Mozart: K.458 ("Hunt"); Brener: Quartet. #1; Franck:Piano Quintet. KWCMS Music Room, 57Young St. W., Waterloo. 519-886-1673.; ; .Tuesday March 11- 12:30: McMaster University School ofthe Arts. Lunchtime Concerts: SuzanneShulman, flute; Erica Goodman, harp.McMaster University Convocation Hall,1280 Main St. West, Hamilton. 905 -525-9140 x24246. Free.- 12:30 & 6:00: Don Wright Faculty ofMusic. Chamber Ensembles. See March 3.Wednesday March 12- 12:30 & 6:00: Don Wright Faculty ofMusic. Chamber Ensembles. See March 3.- 1 :OD: Halton Hills Cultural Centre.Sleeps the Noon in the Deep Blue Sky.Folksongs for Voice & Harp. Janet Cathe·rine Dea, soprano; Kristen Moss Theriault,harp. 9 Church St., Georgetown.905-877-7915. Free.Thursday March 13- 12:30 & 6:00: Don Wright Faculty ofMusic. Chamber Ensembles. See March 3.- 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo ChamberMusic Society. Isabelle LaPierre, saxes;Daniela Giudice, piano. Arban: Caprice etvariations; Desenclos: Prelude, cadence etfinale; Telemann: Sonate; Sfetsas: Re-membrance;works by Iturralde,Matitia,Williams. KWCMS Music Room,57 Young St. W., Waterloo. 519-886-1673. ; ; .- 8:00: NU MUS. Revolutions: Turning theTables on DJ Culture(s}. Montreal Mash-up:Martin Tetreault, Lori Freedman and ReneLussier. Starlight Club, 47 King St. N.Waterloo. 519-896-3662. -.Friday March 14- 7:30: Arcady. Handel, Messiah. GabrielleMclaughlin, soprano; Richard Cunning ·ham, countertenor; Christopher Fischer,tenor; Neil Aronoff, baritone; Paul Earle,violin; Ronald Beckett, conductor. KnoxPresbyterian Church, 20 Quebec St.,Guelph. 519-821-0141. ; (st).- 7:30: Brock University Centre for theArts. John Sherwood, piano. With GuidoBasso, trumpet & flugelhorn; Reg Schwa·Kitchener-Waterloo'spre-eminent presenterof new musicis pleased to presentMarch 13-15, 2008Starlight Club,47 King St. N.,Waterloo, ONRevolutions:Turning the Tables on DJ culturep.. three-day mini-festival of turntab\is('(\Concert 1 - March 13, 8 pm Montreal Mash-up:Martin Tetreault, Lori Freedman and Rene LussieConcert 2 - March 14, 8 pm(Un)Settling the Score: DJ Olive and friendsConcert 3 -March 15, 8 pmSubliminal Strings: DJ Spooky meets the PendereckiString Quartet**World premiere collaborationTickets: general; student per concertPasses for all three concerts general; studentFor more information visit: www.numus.on.caorphone(519)896-3662ger, guitar; Neil Swainson, bass; TerryClarke, drums. Sean O'Sullivan Theatre,500 Glenridge Ave. St. Catharines. 866-688-5550. .- 8:00: Capitol Theatre. Canadian Brass -from Bach to blues. 20 Queen St. Port Hope.905-885-1071 / 800-434-5092. .- 8:00: Georgetown Bach Chorale. TwoPianos. Rachmaninoff: Concerto no.2 in c;Tchaikovsky: Concerto no.1 in b flat. RonaldGreidanus & Kathryn Tremills, piano. 157Main St. S., Georgetown. 905-877-8321..- 8:00: NUMUS. Revolutions: Turning theTables on DJ Culture(s). (Un)settling theScore: DJ Olive and Friends. StarlightClub, 47 King St. N., Waterloo. 519-896-3662. -.- 8:00: Perimeter Institute. Jazz in theBlack Hole. Mark Eisenman Quintet. 31Caroline St. N. Waterloo. 1 ·519-569· 7600..Saturday March 15- 2:00: St. Andrews PresbyterianChurch. Afternoon Public Concert. VictoriaHall Concert Hall, 55 King St. W. Cobourg.905-372-7411. . Fundraising concert insupport of St. Andrews Church in their 175thanniversary year.- 7:00: St. Andrews PresbyterianChurch. Gala Evening Concert. VictoriaHall Concert Hall, 55 King St. W. Co·bourg. 905-372-7411. . Fundraisingconcert in support of St. Andrews PresbyterianChurch in their 175th anniversaryyear.- 8:00: Georgetown Bach Chorale. TwoPianos. See March 14.- 8:00: NUMUS. Revolutions: Turning theTables on DJ Culture(s}. Subliminal Strings:DJ Spooky meets the Penderecki StringQuartet. Starlight Club, 4 7 King St. N., Wa·terloo. 519-896-3662. -.Sunday March 16- 3:00: McMaster School of the Arts.McMaster Concert Band. Keith Kinder,conductor. Convocation Hall, Rm 213,1280 Main St. W., Hamilton. 905-525-9140 x24246. .- 3:00: Music Makers. Hosanna. Bach:Sheep May Safely Graze; Schubert: The Lordis My Shepherd; Faure: Cantique de JeanRacine & many more. Fred Cory, flute. St.Andrew's United Church, 137 Old DanforthRoad, Grafton. 905-372-2210/905-349·2736. O; free(12 & under). Proceeds toChristian Community Outreach Project.- 8:00: Capitol Theatre. Magic of Ireland.Dance and traditional Irish music. 20Queen St. Port Hope. 905-885· 1071 / 800-434-5092. .- 8:00: Northumberland Orchestra &Choir. Faure: Requiem. Lindsay Hunt, soprano;Andrew Tees, baritone; MichaelNewnham, conductor. Port Hope UnitedChurch, 34 South St. Port Hope. 905-377-1477. ; (sr); (st); free(under 12 w/adult) ..Monday March 17- 12:30 & 6:00: Don Wright Faculty ofMusic. Chamber Ensembles. See March 3.- 8:00: Ottawa Chamber Music Society/Canadian Music Centre. New Music inNew Places. Contemporary chambermusic by Ottawa composers. Maxwell'sBistro & Club, 340 Elgin St., Ottawa.613-234-8008. ; (st).Tuesday March 18- 12:30 & 6:00: Don Wright Faculty ofMusic. Chamber Ensembles. See March 3.- 8:00: Folia. Diggin' the Grounds. 17thcenturymusic for ground bassesby Biber, Corelli, Bertali and others. LindaMelsted, baroque violin, and friends; guest:Julia Sasso, dancer/choreographer. TheRegistry Theatre, 122 Frederick St., Kitchener.519-578-1570. ; (sr/st), (eye­Go).- 8:00: Ottawa Chamber Music Society/Canadian Music Centre. New Music inNew Places. Maxwell's Bistro & Club,Ottawa. See March 17.Wednesday March 19- 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo ChamberMusic Society.Roger Chase, viola; MichikoOtaki, piano. Dale: English Dance, andSuite for Viola & Piano. Op. 2; VaughanWilliams: Suite for Viola and Piano; Bax:Sonata for Viola & Piano; Shore: Scherzo;Tertis: Sunset. KWCMS Music Room, 57Young St. W., Waterloo. 519-886-1673.; ; .Thursday March 20- 8:00: Folia. Diggin' the Grounds. GuelphYouth Music Centre, 75 Cardigan St.,Guelph. 519-763-3000 ; (sr/st), EyeGo. See March 18.Friday March 21- 7:00: Gerald Fagan Singers/FanshaweChorus London. Berlioz: Requiem. GeraldFagan Singers; Concert Players Orchestra;Darryl Edwards, tenor; Gerald Fagan,artistic director. Centennial Hall, 550Wellington St, London. 866-244-0762..~·7iiJ! Kitchener-Waterloo'A fr~~:Js:rMs:~~;t~~rO23rd Season presented by Canada Trt1sl /f{11fic;WINNERS' SHOWCASEWinners of our 2007 Concerto CompetitionCatherine Han, Arlen Hluska, Jison Oh, Sarah RyuSaturday, April 12, 2008 at 8:00 pmMaureen Forrester Recital Hall, Wilfrid Laurier University, WaterlooFor ticket information and program details go ta: www.kwchomberorchestro.co44 WWW. THEWHOLENOTE.COM MARCH 1 - APRIL 7 2008

- 7:30: Ebenezer United Church. Pergolesi:Stabat Mater. Marion Samuel-Stevens,soprano; Zachary Windus, counter-tenor;Paul Earle Quartet. 12274 Guelph Line,Campbellville. 1-519-856-4814. .- 8:00: Grand Philharmonic Choir. Bach:St. John Passion. Suzie LeBlanc, soprano,Laura Pudwell, mezzo-soprano; LawrenceWiliford, tenor; Nathaniel Watson, baritone;Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony; Howard Dyck,conductor. Centre in the Square, 101 QueenSt. N. Kitchener. 519-578-15 70/1-800·265-8977. -; (st); (children).Saturday March 22- 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo ChamberMusic Society. Remi Boucher, guitar.Bach: Suite BWV 998; Lecuona: Malague·na; Domenicani: Koyumbaba; Diabelli:Sonata in A; Regondi: Introduction etCaprice. KWCMS Music Room, 57 YoungSt. W., Waterloo. 519-886-1673. ;; .Tuesday March 25-12:30: McMaster University School ofthe Arts. lunchtime Concerts: Don EnglertTrio. Convocation Hall, 1280 Main St. West,Hamilton. 905-525-9140 x24246. Free.Wednesday March 26- 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo ChamberMusic Society. Peter Vinograde, piano ·Penderecki Duarte!. Bach: GoldbergVariations; Concertos in d & f. KWCMSMusic Room, 57 Young St. W., Waterloo .519-886-1673. ; ; .Thursday March 27- 7:30: Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony.Intersections 3: The Composer is Dead.Lemony Snicket; Edwin Outwater, conductor.River Run Centre, 35 Woolwich St. Guelph.519· 745-4711. ; (st/child).Friday March 28- 8:00: Brad Halls. Songs of love lost.Music devoted to love that got away.Catherine Ford & Blair McFadden, per·formers. Victoria Hall Concert Hall, 55King St. W. Cobourg . 905-372-2210. .- 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony.Pops 6: The Composer is Dead. LemonySnicket; Edwin Outwater, conductor.ST ABAT MATERby Giovanni BattistaPergolesiGood FridayMarch 21, 7:30 pmMarion Samuel-Stevens, SopranoZachary Windus, Counter-TenorPaul Earle QuartetEbenezer United Church1227 4 Guelph LineCampbellvilleTickets: , Family Specials519-856-4814MARCH 1 - APRIL 7 2008Centre in the Square, 101 Queen StreetNorth, Kitchener. 519 -578-1570. ·$ 50(adult); (st /child).- 8:00: McMaster University School ofthe Arts. Celebrity Concert Series . AllaZacarelli. Works by Rachmaninov, Gauri·lin; Stravinsky: piano duo; Dvorak: Duin·tet for Piano and Strings, Op.81. AllaZacarelli & Vera Danchenko, piano.McMaster University Convocation Hall,1280 Main St. W. Hamilton. 905 -525·9140 x24246. -.- 8:00: Brock University Centre for theArts. Les Boreades - Beatles Baroque.Sean O'Sullivan Theatre, 500 GlenridgeAve. St. Catharines. 866-688-5550. .Saturday March 29- 7:00: Guelph Youth Singers & eightother choirs. Music Makers ChoralFestival. Linda Beaupre, artistic director.Breslau All Nations Church, 1700 KrampRd, Breslau. 519-341 -8576. .- 7:30: Algoma Conservatory Concerts.Intimate Sounds Series · Daniel Bolshoy,guitar. Water Tower Inn Pavilion, 360 GreatNorthern Road, Sault Ste. Marie. 705·945· 7299. ; $ lO(st).- 7:30: Springtime Melodies. AnnualFundraising Gala.A benefit concert forImmanuel Christian School. Silent auc·tion. Hebron Christian Reformed Church,4240 Anderson St. Whitby. 416-502-7468. ; .50(st/sr).- 8:00: Guelph Chamber Choir. Haydn 'sCreation. Marion Samuel-Stevens, soprano;Albert Greer, tenor; Geoffrey Sirett, bass.Musica Viva Orchestra, Gerald Neufeld,conductor. River Run Centre, 35 Woolwich St.Guelph. 519· 763-3000/877-520-2408..- 8:00: Kawartha Jazz Society. David·son/Murley/Braid Duintet. Mike Murley,tenor & soprano saxophone; David Braid,piano; Tara Davidson, alto & sopranosaxophone. Market Hall, 336 George St.Peterborough. 705· 743 -8750. (door);(adv); (st).- 8:00: Niagara Concerts. Carol Weisman ·All That's Jazz. Swing, latin R&B, pop &jazzrepertoire. Kingston College Auditorium,Epworth Circle, Niagara Falls. 905 -358·6174. ; (st).- 8:00: Kingston Symphony. Aspects ofLove. Works by Tchaikovsky, Ravel, Stravin·sky. Kingston Gospel Temple. 2295Princess St. Kingston. 1 ·613-546-9729.- 8:00: Capitol Theatre. Magic of Ireland.Traditional Irish dancers & music . 20Queen St. Port Hope. 905-885-1071 /800·434-5092. .Sunday March 30- 2:00: Concert Hall. Sweet Water CountryMusic Series. Sweet Water Band andfriends. Victoria Hall Concert Hall, 55King St. W. Cobourg. 905-372-2210 / 888·262-6874. .55.- 2:00: Young People's Concert Series.Through History to the Future · The GreatRomantics. Piano repertoire and pieces forviolin and cello. Olga Tcherniak, artisticdirector; students from the Glenn GouldSchool and YAPA. Royal Botanical Gardens,680 Plains Road West, Burlington. 905·845-9504 / 416-408-2824 x321 . ; O(sr/st).- 2:30: Kingston Symphony. Aspects ofLove. See March 29.- 2:30: Georgian Bay Symphony. AString Thing Five of a Kindl Music fromfive centuries including the 21 st. KnoxUnited Church, 890 4th Ave. E., OwenSound. 519-372-0212. ; (sr/st);free(l 2 & under); eyeGO.- 3:00: Elora Festival Singers. AnnualEF&S Benefit Concert & Reception. NoelEdison, artistic director; Ross Inglis, accompa·nist. Knox Presbyterian Church, 55 Church St.E., Elora. 519-846-0331 /888-747-7550.; .- 3:00: McMaster School of the Arts.McMaster Flute Ensemble. Keith Kinder,conductor. Convocation Hall, Rm 213, 1280Main St. W., Hamilton. 905-525-9140x24246. .-4:00: MU SICA St. James. InauguralConcert. David Palmer, organ; Gillian MacKay,trumpet. St. James Anglican Church, 137Melville St. Dundas. 1 ·905-627-1424.Free.- 7:30 : Huronia Symphony Orchestra. ATchaikovsky Celebration. Piano Concerto#1; Romeo & Juliet Fantasy; Arensky:Variations on a Theme; Masall: Celebra ­tion. Kathryn T remills, piano; JohnBarnum, music director. Gryphon Theatre,Georgian College, 1 Georgian Dr. Barrie.705- 721-4 752. ; (st); (under 12).- 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo ChamberMusic Society. Juana Zayas, piano.Chopin: Four Scherzos; Nocturne; Gounod/Liszt: Faust's Waltz; Chopin/Liszt: TheMaiden's Wish, My Joy; Paganini /Liszt:La Campanella; Liszt: Mephisto Walt z.WWW . THEWHOLENOTE.COMKWCMS Music Room, 57 Young St. W.,Waterloo. 519-886-1673. ; $ 20; .Monday March 31- 8:00: Karen Schuessler Singers. inCourts of Kings. Popular music of theRenaissance. Sandra Mangsen, harpsi·chord; Shawn Spicer, cornetto. Wesley·Knox United Church, 91 Askin St., London.519-858-3202. Advance: ; (sr );$ lO(st); door: ; (sr); O(st ); free 16·12).- 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo ChamberMusic Society. ZAPP Duarte!, JamesCampbell, clarinet. Improvised jazz/contempo·rary. KW CMS Music Room, 57 Young St. W.,Waterloo. 519-886-1673. ; ; .Tuesday April 01- 1 :00: Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony.Schools 2 · Charlotte and the Music Maker.Daniel Warren, conductor. Centre in theSquare, 101 Queen Street North, Kitchener.519-578-1570. .- 2:00: Shaw Festival. Wonderful Town.Lyrics by Betty Comden & Adolph Green,music by Leonard Bernstein. Roger Hodg·man, director. Festival Theatre, 10Oueens's Parade, Niagara-on-the-lake.800 -511-7429. -105. For complete run,see music theatre listings.Wednesda A ril 02- 10:30am: Kitchener-Waterloo Sympho·ny. Schools 2 -Charlotte and the Music Maker.See Apr 1.- 7:30: Hamilton Philharmonic Orches·tra. Muses. Wagner: Siegfried Idyll; Bach:45

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