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Volume 14 - Issue 6 - March 2009

... SECTION 2: Beyond

... SECTION 2: Beyond the GT A - 7:30: Immanuel Christian School.anger: Nocturne, Cortege, D'un matin deprintemps; Brahms: Horn Trio in E flat, Op.40. KWCMS Music Room, 57 Young St. W.,Waterloo. 519-886-1673. ; $ l 5(sr);(stl.Friday March 20- 12:30: University of Western Ontario.12:30 Fridays: Baerg Sings Bach. Bach: Can·tata BWV82 "lch habe Genug"; other works.Theordore Baerg, baritone, Ian Franklin, oboe;John Hess, piano. Von Kuster Hall, MusicBuilding, UWO, London. 519-661 -2043. Free.- 8:00: Georgetown Bach Chorale. PianoTrios. Trios by Rachmaninoff and Men·delssohn; solo piano music of Scriabin. RonGreidanus, piano; Phoebe Tsang, violin; MaryKatherine Finch, cello. Private home, 157Main St., Georgetown. 905·8 73-1213. .- 8:00: Sarena Paton. "la Carissima" CDRelease Concert. Songs from La Carissima,and classical and crossover selections, withquartet. Studio at Hamilton Place, 1 SummersLane, Hamilton. 905-527-7666. .- 8:00: St. James Anglican Church. OrganFireworks. Christopher Herrick, organ. 137Melville St., Dundas. 905·627-1424. .- 8:00: University of Western Ontario.UWOpera Series: Too Many Sopranos. Pen·horwood. Althouse Theatre, 1137 WesternRd., UWO, London. 519-679-8778. ;(sr/st). Also Mar. 21, 22.Saturday March 21- 2:00 & 8:00: University of Western Ontario.UWDpera Series: Too Many Sopranos.See Mar. 20.- 7:30: Grand Philharmonic ChamberChoir. Felix Mendelssohn and the RomanticChoral Heritage. Choral music by Mendelssohnand others. Howard Dyck, conduc·tor. First United Church, 15 William St. W.,Waterloo. 519-578-6885. -; $ lO(ch).- 8:00: Cambridge Community Orchestra.In Concert. Beethoven: Triple Concerto in C;Brahms: Hungarian Dances; Copland: CorralNocturne. Stephen Sitarski, violin; Paul Pul·ford, cello; Leslie De'Ath, piano; Sabatino Vac·ea, conductor. Forward Baptist Church, 455Myers Road, Cambridge. 519-623-4523.Free (donations accepted.)- 8:00: Georgetown Bach Chorale. PianoTrios. See Mar 20.- 8:00: Sarena Paton. "la Carissima" CDRelease Concert. See Mar. 20. First St. AndrewsChurch, 350 Queens Ave., London.519-679-8182. .Sunday March 22- 2:00 & 8:00: University of Western On·tario. UWDpera Series: Too Many Sopranos.See Mar. 20.- 3:00: Grand Philharmonic ChamberChoir. Felix Mendelssohn and the RomanticChoral Heritage. See Mar 21. Central Presby·terian Church, 7 Queen's Square, Cambridge.- 3:00: Primavera Concerts. Denis Bedard,organ. St. Barnabas Church, 33 QueenstonSt., St. Catharines. 905-684-4416. ;(st).- 3:00: Sarena Paton. "la Carissima "CDRelease Concert. See Mar. 20. FellowshipChristian Reform Church, 1021 Woodbine Rd.,Kingston, 613-634-7016. .- 4:00: RCCO Northumberland Centre.Lenten Organ Recital Series. Port Hope UnitedChurch, 34 South St., Port Hope. 905-355·383116. Free (donations appreciated).- 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber Mu·sic Society. Janusz Skowron, piano.Beethoven: "Eroica" Variations; Chopin: thefour Ballades. KWCMS Music Room, 57Young St. W., Waterloo. 519-886-1673. ; (sr); (st).Thursday March 26- 12:00 noon: St. Mark's Anglican ChurchBrantford. Noonhour Organ Recital. StephanieBurgoyne and William Vandertuin, soloorgan and organ four hands. 155 MemorialDr., Brantford. 519-770-0763. Free.- 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber MusicSociety. ABEGG Trio: CompleteBeethoven Trios l No. 1; trio movement Op.44; No. 4 "Ghost". KWCMS Music Room, 57Young St. W., Waterloo. 519-886-1673. ;(sr); (st).Friday March 27- 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber Mu·sic Society. ABEGG Trio: CompleteBeethoven Trios II. No. 2; Op. 121 a (!rag·ment); No. 5. KWCMS Music Room, 57 YoungSt. W., Waterloo. 519-886-1673. ;(sr); (st).- 8:00: Northumberland Players. The lastResort. Arden & Foster. Victoria Hall, 55 KingSt. W., Cobourg. 905-372-2210. . AlsoMar. 28, 29, Apr. 2, 3 and 4.- 8:00: University of Waterloo. EnsembleConcert· Voices of light. University of Water·loo Choir, Gordon Bunnell, music director. St.Louis Church, 53 Allen St. E. Waterloo. 519-885-0220 x24226. ; (sr/st).Saturday March 28- 4:00: Elora Festival Singers. The light inthe Wilderness. Brubeck. Elora Festival JazzEnsemble; David Warrack, piano; Noel Edison,conductor. Centre for International GovernanceInnovation, 57 Erb St., Waterloo. 519-864·0331/1·888-747-7550. .- 7:30: Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra.Summer Nights. Hui: Night on Earth; Berlioz:Nuits d'ete Op. 7; Mendelssohn: A MidsummerNight's Dream Op.21 and 61. James Sommer·ville, conductor; Michele Bogdanowicz, JoniHenson, sopranos. Hamilton Place, 1 SummersLane, Hamilton. 905-526-7756. -;-(sr); O(st); (child).Organ Fireworks atSt. James, DundasChristopher HerrickInternational Concert OrganistFri. Mar. 20 at 8:00 p .m.Tickets: St. James Church137 Melville Street, Dundas,ONFor more info: 905.627.1424WWW. TH EW HOLENOTE.COMSpringtime Melodies. Concert and silentauction. Hebron Christian Reformed Church,4240 Anderson St., Whitby. 905-728-9071.; $ l 2.50(sr/st).- 7:30: Kingston Symphony Orchestra.Power and Passion. Dvorak: Cello Concerto;Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 5. Soo Bae, eel·lo; Glen Fast, conductor. Grand Theatre, 218Princess St., Kingston. 613-530-2050.- 7:30: Lindsay Concert Foundation. A/canDuarte!. Glenn Crombie Theatre, Fleming Col·lege, Lindsay. 705-878-5625. ; $ lO(st).- 7:30: Lyrica Chamber Choir. A RomanticMass. Programme includes Rheinberger:Mass. Steve Winfield, conductor. Burton AvenueUnited Church, 37 Burton Ave., Barrie.705· 722-0271. ; (sr/st).- 7:30: Oriana Singers. Bach to Bernstein.St. Peter's Church, 240 College St., Cobourg.905-372-3442. ; (sr/st); (child under12).- 8:00: Barrie Concerts. Spectacular! Chi·na's Peking Acrobats. Hi-Way PentecostalChurch, 50 Anne St. Barrie. 705· 726-1181.0; (st). Subscription series only.- 8:00: Northumberland Players. The lastResort. See Mar. 27.- 8:00: Orchestra London Canada. TheSweetest Music this Side of Heaven. A cele·Dave Brubeck is best known as a jazzpianist, but he also wrote many workscombining classical and improvisedjazz piano and orchestra based uponsacred teachings and influenced byBrubeck's WWII experiences.David Warrack, pianoElora Festival Jazz EnsembleElora Festival SingersNoel Edison, conductorSaturday, March 28, 20094:00 p.m.The Centre for InternationalGovernance Innovation, Waterloo(old Seagram's Museum).00Tickets & Information519.846.0331 1.888.747.7550info@elorafestival .cornwww.elorafestival.combration of the big band era, with a nod toGuy Lombardo. Guests: the Mantini Sisters,vocals; Howard Cable, conductor. CentennialHall, 550 Wellington St., London. 519-679-8778. .73-.20.- 8:00: Renaissance Singers. Reflect. Choralmusic from the Renaissance, also worksby Part, Tavener and Lauridsen. St. George'sAnglican Church, 321 Fischer Dr., Kitchener.519-745-0675. ; (sr.st); (childrenunder 12).Sunday March 29- 2:00: University of Waterloo. EnsembleConcert. UW Stage Band, Michael Wood, con·ductor. Conrad Grebel Great Hall, 140 West·mount Rd. N., Waterloo. 519-885-0220x24226. ; (sr/st).- 2:30: Orchestra London Canada. TheSweetest Music this Side of Heaven. See Mar.28.- 3:00: Renaissance Singers. Reflect. SeeMar 28. Knox's Presbyterian Church, 132Argyle St., Cambridge. 519-745-0675.- 3:00: Sarena Paton. "la Carissima" CDRelease Concert. See Mar. 20. St. JamesAnglican Church, 520 Ellis Rd., Cambridge.519-658-4547. .- 3:00: University of Western Ontario.Guest/Faculty Recital· Annette-Barbara Vogel,violin; Juhani lagerspetz, piano. Von KusterHall, Music Building, UWO, London. 519-661 ·2043. Free.- 7:00: University of Waterloo. EnsembleConcert - Songs for Springtime. UW ChamberChoir, Richard Cunningham, music director.Waterloo North Mennonite Church, 100 BenjaminRd. Waterloo. 519-885-0220 x24226.; (sr/st).- 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber Mu·sic Society. ABEGG Trio: CompleteBeethoven Trios Ill. Op. 11; No.3; No. 6"Archduke". KWCMS Music Room, 57 YoungSt. W., Waterloo. 519-886-1673. ; (sr); (st).- 8:00: Northumberland Players. The lastResort. See Mar. 27.- 8:00: St. James Anglican Church. ChoralEvensong and Recital Music celebrating thePurcell anniversary. St. James Choir; Cam·bridge Kiwanis Choir; Eric Osborne, musicdirector. 137 Melville St., Dundas. 905-627·1424. Freewill offering.Monday March 30- 7:30: University of Waterloo. EnsembleConcert. UW Instrumental Chamber Ensem·bles. Ben Bolt-Martin, music director. Con·rad Grebel Chapel, 140 Westmount Rd. N.,Waterloo. 519-885-0220 x24226. Free.- 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber MusicSociety. ABEGG Trio: Complete Trios ofFelix Mendelssohn and Fanny MendelssohnHenselt. No. 1 (Felix); Trio in d Op. 11 (Fanny);No. 2 (Felix). KWCMS Music Room, 57Young St. W., Waterloo. 519-886-1673.; (sr); (st).Tuesday March 31- 12:30: University of Western Ontario.Ensemble Series: Early Music Studio. VonKuster Hall, Music Building, UWD, London.519-361-3767. Free.- 7:30: Showplace Performance Centre.Celtic Blaze. Stephanie Cadman, fiddle, withband. 290 George St. N., Peterborough.705-742-7469. ; (sr). Fundraiser forJunior Achievement.MARCH 1 - APRIL 7 2009

- 8:00: University of Western Ontario.Ensemble Series: Songs, Serenades andDances. Season finale. Works by Ginastera,Gandolfi, Grainger, and Brower. UWO WindEnsemble, Colleen Richardson, conductor.Althouse College, 1137 Western Rd. London.519-661-2111 x80532. Free.Wednesday April O 1- 12:00 noon: Midday Music WithShigeru. The Blues. Chris Ness, piano; Harold"Jawbone" Hore, harmonica and trum·pet. Hi-Way Pentecostal Church, 50 Anne St.N., Barrie. 705-726-1181 . ; free(st).- 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo SymphonyOrchestra. George and Edward. Handel:Overture to Alcina; Concerto Grosso in B flatOp.6 No. 7; Harp Concerto in B flat Op.4No.6; Elgar: Serenade for Strings in e Op.20;Sospiri Op. 70; Introduction and AllegroOp.47. Stephen Sitarski, guest conductor;Lori Gemmell, harp; Bremen String Quartet.First United Church, 16 William Street W.,Waterloo. 519-578-1570. .- 8:00: University of Western Ontario.Ensemble Series: UWD Symphonic Band.Works by Maslanka, Cohen, Chobanian,Bach, Iannaccone, and Cichy. Althouse Theatre,1137 Western Rd., UWO, London. 519-661-2043. Free.Thursday April 02- 8:00: Northumberland Players. The lastResort. See Mar. 27.- 8:00: Opera Hamilton. Madama Butterfly.Puccini. Ai Lan Zhu, soprano (Butterfly);Gordon Gietz, tenor (Pinkerton); Lauren Segal,mezzo (Suzuki); Gaetan Laperriere, baritone(Sharpless); Gerald Isaac, tenor (Goro); Gra·ham Cozzubbo, director; Daniel Lipton, con·ductor. Hamilton Place, 1 Summers Lane,Hamilton. 905-527-7627 x221 /236. -. Also Apr. 3.Friday April 03- 7:30: Cellar Singers. Haydn: MissaSancti Nicolai. Also Bernstein: ChichesterPsalms; and seasonal selections. AlbertGreer, conductor. Trinity United Church,290 Muskoka Rd. N., Gravenhurst. 705-687-8078. ; (st).- 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo SymphonyOrchestra. George and Edward. HarcourtMemorial United Church, 87 Dean Ave.,Guelph. See Apr 1.- 8:00: Northumberland Players. Thelast Resort. See Mar. 27.- 8:00: Opera Hamilton. Madama Butterfly.See Apr. 2.- 8:00: Orangeville Concert Association.Nexus in Concert. Orangeville Opera House,87 Broadway, Orangeville, 800-424-1295.; (st).Saturday April 04- 2:00 & 8:00: Northumberland Players.The last Resort. See Mar. 27.- 7:30: Cellar Singers. See April 3. St.Paul's United Church, 62 Peter St. N., Orillia.705-326-8011.- 7:30: Peterborough Pop Ensemble. Cadence.Murray St. Baptist Church, 175 MurraySt., Peterborough. 705· 745-1820. ;(st).- 7:30: Steeped in Music. Brubeck BraidDuo. Jazz. Trinity United Church, 100 MainSt. W., Grimsby. 905-945-3246. ; .- 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber MusicSociety. Orchid Ensemble. Contemporarysettings of ancient Chinese music alongsidecommissioned works by BC composers. KWC­MS Music Room, 57 Young St. W., Waterloo.519-886-1673. ; (sr); (st).- 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber Orchestra.Winners Showcase. Concerto competitionwinners. Graham Coles, music director.Maureen Forrester Recital Hall, WilfridLaurier University, 75 University Ave. W.,Waterloo. 519-744-3828. ; ;(sr/st);children free. In aid of Foodbank of WaterlooRegion.- 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo SymphonyOrchestra. George and Edward. Central PresbyterianChurch, 7 Queen's Sq., Cambridge.See Apr 1.- 8:00; Karen Schuessler Singers. Gloria!Vivaldi: Gloria; Bach: Cantata No. 4, Christ lagin Todesbanden. Terri Achmann, soprano;Terese Sirek Ng, alto; Hugh Van Pelt, tenor.Wesley-Knox United Church, 91 Askin St.,London. 519-455-1668. ; (sr);(st).Sunday April 05- 2:00: University of Western Ontario.Ensemble Series: London Jazz Society Show.Season finale. Mocha Shrine Centre, 468 Col·borne St. London. 519-661 -2111 x80532.Fundraising concert for the Doris JacksonAward.- 2:30: Niagara Symphony Orchestra. TheSwan and the Eagle. Chatman: GrouseMountain; Lullaby; Sibelius: Violin Concertoin d Op.47; Kalinnikov: Symphony No.1 in g.Catherine Manoukian, violin. SeanO'Sullivan Theatre, 500 Glenridge Ave., St.Catharines. 905-687-4993. -; (st).1 :45: pre-concert chat.- 3:00: Guelph Symphony Orchestra. Masterworksand More. Kulesha: CelebrationOverture; Tchaikovsky: Violin Concerto;Brahms: Variations on a Theme of Haydn.Jacques lsraelievitch, violin; Simon Irving,conductor. River Run Centre, 35 WoolwichSt., Guelph. 519-763-3000. -; $14-(st); (child 12 and under).Reflect with us as we revel in glorious tranquilitywith the soothing sounds of Palestrina, Byrd,Arvo Part, John Tavener, and Morten Laurid sen.Tickets at Twelfth Night Music Store in Waterloo, Kelly Green'sflowers in Galt, Etcetera Unique Gifts in Preston or at the door.J§ISPAENAUR- 3:00: Sarena Paton. "la Carissima" CDRelease Concert. Songs from La Carissima,and classical and crossover selections, withquartet. Burton Avenue United Church, 37Burton Ave., Barrie. 705-726-0401. .Monday April 06- 8:00: University of Western Ontario.Student Performance. Chamber groups. VonKuster Hall, Music Building, UWO, London.519-661-2043. Free.Tuesday April 07- 7:00: University of Western Ontario.Student Performance. Electroacoustic compositionsby student composers. Von KusterHall, Music Building. UWO, London. 519·661-2043. Free.SECTION 3: jazz in the clubsAlleycatz2409 Yonge St. 416481-6865www.alleycatz.caLive Music Every NightEvery Mon 8:00 Salsa Night with FrankBischun; Every Tue 8:30 Whitney Smith's"Swing House" ; Every Wed 8:30 JasmineBatley & Co. Jazz & SoulAnabella Lounge, The(basement of Piccolo restaurant)226 Carlton Street 416-944-37389:30-12:30 CoverEvery Fri Vocalist Melissa Pisarzowski withguitarist Nathan HiltzBelle Epoque Roomat the Academy of Spherical Arts1 Snooker Street in Liberty Village.Sun Mar 22 7pm Franco-Tango avecPhilippe Noireaut, /30.Black Swan, The154 Danforth Ave. 416-469-0537Every Wed The Danforth Jam w/ Jon longand Friends.Castro's Lounge2116 Queen Street East416-699-8272NO COVEREvery Sun Jeremy Rouse Trio (Jazz/Roots)6pmChalkers Pub Billiards & Bistro247 Marlee Avenue, 416-789-2531www.chalkerspub.comSee website for more details.Every Mon Jazz Mondays J.10Every Tue Blues and CuesEvery Wed Lisa Particelli's Girls Night OutVocalist-Friendly Jazz Jam 8:30-12Every Thu International Latin Night: Dancelesson 7-9, Band 9-2Every Sat Dinner Jazz 6-9Every Sun Jazz Up Your Sundays 7-10Chick N' Deli744 Mount Pleasant Rd. 416-489-3363www.chickndeli.comEvery Mon Big Band Night; Every Tue JamNight; Every Sat Climax Jazz Band 4-7.~·7iwfCobourg, The533 Parliament St. 416-913-7538Jazz Sundays 9PMNO COVERCommensal, Le655 Bay St. 416-596-9364www.commensal.caJazz Fridays 6:30pm · 9:30pmNO COVERCorktown, The175 Young St. Hamilton 905-572-9242www.thecorktownpub.caEvery Wed Jazz @ The Corktown hosted byDarcy Hepner; Mar 14 Mohawk College BigBandDave's Gourmet Pizza730 St. Clair Ave. West 416-652-2020Every Tue 7-10 Bass & Bass: Ori Dagan &Jordan O'Connor; Every Thu 8-12 UncleHerb Dale & Friends Open Mic.; Mar 6 DrewAustin Jazz Jam.Dominion on llueen500 Queen St. East 416-368-6893www.dominiononqueen.comFull listings available on website.Every Tue French Gypsy Jazz Jam withhost Wayne Nakamura. 8:30pm, pwyc.Every Wed Corktown Ukulele Jam. BpmEvery Sat Bill Colgate with Special Guests,4-lpm, pwyc; Every lst and 3rd Sun NextGeneration Jazz Jam w host Robert Scott.Drake Hotel, The1150 Queen Street West 416-531 -5042www.thedrakehotel.ca (full calendar)Every Sun 1-4pm Big Rude Jake Brunch.Gate 403403 Roncesvalles 416-588-2930www.gate403.comNO COVER, Pay What You CanLive Jazz and Blues Every Night; 5pm and9pm shows. Complete listings available onwebsite. Every Sun 12·3 Jazz Brunch; EveryTue 8-12 Julian Fauth and James ThomsonBlues Duo; Every Wed 9-12 Patrick Tevlin'sNew Orleans Rhythm; Every Sat 5-8 BillHeffernan & FriendsJazz in Clubs continues next page'A Kitchener-WaterlooChamber OrchestraGraham Coles, Music Director24th Season presented byCa nad a Trust tff 11/;C.WINNERS' SHOWCASEFeaturing the Winners of Our Annual Student Concerto CompetitionSaturday, April 4, 2009 at 8:00 pmMaureen Forreste r Recital Hall, Wilfrid Laurie r Unive rsity, WaterlooFor ticket inform ation ond program details go to: www.kwchomberorchestro.coM ARCH 1 - A PRI L 7 2009 WWW.TH EWHO LENOTE.COM 39

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