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Volume 16 Issue 10 - July/August 2011

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Piano Trio No.6

Piano Trio No.6 “Gedankenströme”; Dvořák:Piano Trio No.3 in f Op.65. SAC.July 14 8:00: Igudesman and Joo. Humourousclassical music duo. DCUC.July 15 10:00am: Coffee Concert: The FourSeasons Harp Quartet. Vivaldi: The Four Seasons.Jennifer Swartz, Lori Gemmell, CarolineLeonardelli, Caroline Lizotte, harp. DCUC.8:45am: Pre-concert Tai Chi.July 15 12:00 noon: Fantasies for Piano.Beethoven: Fantasy in g; Hummel: La Contemplazione,Una Fantasia Piccola; Liszt: Fantaisiequasi Sonata “Aprés une lecture de Dante”; andwork by Thalberg. Mykola Suk, piano. SAC.July 15 12:00 noon: Puccini’s Women. Worksby Puccini. Mariateresa Magisano, soprano; JudithGinsburg, piano. THUOJuly 15 2:00: Les Violons du Roy. Works byPiazzolla. Eric Paetkau, conductor; Denise Plante,bandoneon; David Jacques, guitar. DCUC.July 15 5:00: Vienna Piano Trio, Concert II.Beethoven: Piano Trio in c Op.1 No.3; Brahms:Piano Trio in B Op.8. SAC.July 15 7:30: Music and Dance. Sonia Rodriguez,Piotr Stanczyk, Marie-Nathalie Lacoursière,Mickael Bouffart, dancers; PhilippeDjokic, Marcelle Mallette, violin; and others.NAC. ***With FP or 3DP: /(reserved);without FP or 3DP: /(reserved).July 15 8:00: Die Schöne Müllerin. Schubert.Peter McGillivray, baritone; Stéphane Lemelin,piano. Performance to feature added texts andmulti-media presentation. THUO.July 15 11:00pm: Classical Heavy Metal.Rachel Barton Pine, violin; guests: Marc Djokic,violin; Margaret Munro Tobolowska, cello. MT.July 16 10:00am: The Leong Mach Trio. Worksby Bach, Saint-Saëns, Boccherini and Glière.Kerson Leon, violin; Stanley Leon, cello; TuMach, piano. THUO.July 16 12:00 noon: Joel Quarrington in Recital.With Jean Desmarais, piano. Schumann:Adagio und Allegro; Brahms: Sonata in G;Fuchs: Sonata for Bass and Piano. THUO.July 16 2:00: New Orford String Quartet, RecitalI. Schubert: Quartet in G. GCC.July 16 4:00: The Vienna Piano Trio and DonnaBrown. Mozart: Piano Trio in G; Beethoven:Piano Trio in E-flat Op. 1 No.1; Shostakovich:Romances on poems of Alexander Blok for soprano,violin, cello and piano. SAC.July 16 5:00: Daniel Bolshoy, guitar. Music bySainz de la Maza, Barrios Karmon (world premiere)and Assad. GCC.July 16 8:00: Rachel Barton Pine, violin, andMenahem Pressler, piano. Mozart: Sonata inB-flat; Schubert: Duo in A; Franck: Sonata inA. DCUC.July 16 8:00: New Orford String Quartet, RecitalII. Beethoven: Quartet in F Op. 135; Tchaikovsky:Quartet No.3 in e-flat; Sokolovic: Blancdominant. Jonathan Crow, violin; AndrewWan, violin; Eric Nowlin, viola; Brian Manker,cello. SAC.July 16 8:00: Charles Hamann, oboe. Worksby Telemann, Ravel, Debussy, Ibert, Dorati andothers. With Frédérick Lacroix, piano. THUO.July 16 11:00pm: The Planets. Holst. BuzzBrass; Mélanie Barney, organ; Pierre Chastenay,astronomer and narrator. DCUC.July 17 2:00: Lecture Concert with MenahemPressler. Brahms: Quintet for Piano & Strings inf. See Listings Section E, “The ETCeteras.”July 17 7:00: Closing Party: National GallerySoirée – Music and Visual Art. Music inspiredby works on display at the National Gallery ofCanada. NGC. ***; $10(st).A. Summer FestivalsMusic at Port MilfordPicton, ONJuly 16August 13613-476-7747www.mpmcamp.orgMPMD – Music at Port Milford’s house deck,89 Colliers Road, MilfordSBUC – South Bay United Church, 2029 CountyRoad13, MilfordSMM – St. Mary Magdalene Church, 339 MainStreet, PictonJul 22 8:00: Friday Evening Series: LindenString Quartet. Mozart: Quartet K428; Mendelssohn:Quartet Op.13; Ravel: String Quartet.SMM. ; $10(st).Jul 23 2:00: Saturday Matinee: Students onMPM Deck. Chamber, choral and orchestralworks performed by students. MPMD. Free.Jul 29 8:00: Friday Evening Series: Tokai StringQuartet. Haydn: “Sunrise” Quartet; Shostakovich:Quartet No.7; also German art songswith soprano Rebecca Kenneally. SMM. ;$10(st).Jul 30 2:00: Saturday Matinee. Chamber, choraland orchestral works performed by students.SBUC. Free.Aug 5 8:00: Friday Evening Series: 25th AnniversaryConcert Celebration. Choral, chamberand orchestral works performed by students,alumni and faculty. SMM. ; $10(st).Aug 6 2:00: Saturday Matinee: Students onMPM Deck. Chamber, choral and orchestralworks performed by students. MPMD. Free.Aug 6 6:00: Port Milford Goes Country. Collaborativeventure among community musicians,MPM faculty artists and students in atent overlooking South Bay. ; bring a dishto share.Aug 12 8:00: Friday Evening Series: Port MilfordFaculty Artists. Tchaikovsky: String Sextet“Souvenir de Florence”; also Elizabethan lutesongs. Marie Berard, violin; Christopher Eastburn,lute; and others. SMM. ; $10(st).Aug 13 2:00: Saturday Matinee. Chamber,choral and orchestral works performed by students.SBUC. Free.Music MondaysTorontoJune 6 – September 26416-598-4521 x222www.musicmondays.caAll concerts held at Church of the Holy Trinity,10 Trinity Square, Toronto.FREE admission; suggested donation.July 4 12:15: Megobrebi: World Vocal Ensemble.Gr’eshniy Ch’elov’ech’e (Russian folk song);Bartók: “Only Tell Me,” from the 27 Choruses;and other works.July 4 5:15: An “After Work” concert: WilliamAide, piano. In celebration of Music Monday’s20th season. Liszt: Sonata in b; ConcertEtudes: Un sospiro; La Leggierezza. Also featuringpoems focused on Liszt’s Sonata in b,from Aide’s new book entitled, “Pieces in MyHands.”July 11 12:15: William O’Meara, organ. WatsonHenderson: Celebration; Chromatic Partita;Variations on “Ode to Newfoundland”; Morel:Prière; Hovland: Hosanna; Toccata on “NowThank We All Our God”; and other works.July 18 12:15: Loralie Kirkpatrick, mezzosoprano,William Shookhoff, piano. Milhaud:Catalogue des Fleurs; Elgar: Sea Pictures;works by Wolfe.July 25 12:15: Revel in the Light Dance Troupewith Rebecca Beayni and Eunji Kim, piano: Gurdjieffand Hartmann: Song of the Fisherwomen;Kurd Shepherd Melody; Duduki; Person Song.August 1 12:15: Jennifer Noble, singer-songwriter,with Kevin Nelson, piano. Original worksby Noble and others.August 08 12:15: Julian Knight, viola, and JanPlecash, piano. Bach: Sonata in G BWV1027;Boccherini: Sonata No.6 in A; Fauré: ElegyOp.24; Ibert: Aria for Viola.August 15 12:15: John Gardham, organ. Worksby Buxtehude, Schroeder and Willan.August 22 12:15: Choral Ensemble with BeccaWhitla, conductor.August 29 12:15: Patricia Wright, organ.Works by Bach and others.September 5 12:15: The Cafe Ole, flamenco/jazz ensemble.Music NiagaraNiagara-on-the-Lake, ONJuly 16August 13905-468-5566www.musicniagara.orgMusique RoyaleIn venues throughout Nova ScotiaJune 12 – September 17902-634-9994www.musiqueroyale.comTicket prices for all concerts: – ; (student,at door).Festival celebrates Nova Scotia’s musical heritagewith performances of early and traditionalmusic. Concerts are performed in settings ofhistoric and cultural significance throughoutthe province, in 20 communities, ranging fromsmall fishing towns to the highlands. Artists includeLiederkranz; Tempest, with David Greenberg;Best of Boxwood with Chris Norman; TheGypsy and the Devil with Mark Fewer, SanfordSylvan and Hank Knox; guitarists Scott Macmillanand Brian Doyle; At the Fishhouses with SuzieLeBlanc and others; and Blue Engine StringQuartet.Muskoka Opera FestivalBracebridge, ONAugust 22 – August 26705-645-8400www.muskokaopera.comNorthern Lights Festival BoréalSudbury, ONJuly 8 – July 10705-674-5512www.nlfbsudbury.comOrford FestivalOrford, QCJuly 1 – August 141-800-567-6155www.arts-orford.orgOttawa Folk FestivalOttawa, ONAugust 25 – August 28613-230-8234www.ottawafolk.orgOttawa ChamberfestOttawa, ONJuly 23 – August 5613-234-6306www.ottawachamberfest.comDCUC – Dominion Chalmers United Church,355 Cooper StreetCSJE – Church of St. John the Evangelist, 154Somerset Street WestSBCA – St. Brigid’s Centre for the Arts, 310St. Patrick StreetBNMC – Beechwood National Memorial Centre,280 Beechwood AvenueJuly 23 3:00: Junior Rising Stars. CSJE. .July 23 7:00: Festival Gala Series: Mozart:Song and Dance … and Serenade! Mozart: Serenadefor Orchestra No. 9 in D; “Aer Tranquilloet di sereni” from Il re pastore; “Solitudiniamiche … Zeffiretti lusinghieri” from Idomeneo;and other works. Karina Gauvin, soprano;National Arts Centre Orchestra, Jean-MichaëlLavoie, conductor. DCUC. .July 23 10:30: Late Night at the Kildare:John Corigliano’s Stomp! A World Première.Corigliano: Stomp; Herskowitz: Freilach No.19;Pritsker: Falling; also works by Bach and Debussy.Lara St. John, violin; Stephanie Cadman,violin; Matt Herskowitz, piano. SBCA..July 24 11:00am: Sacred Spaces: Music forContemplation I: Quator Bozzini. Liszt: Mussapro Organo Lectarum celebrationi missarum adjumentoserviens; Oesterle: Alan Turin – Solacefor Irreversible Losses. BNMC. .July 24 3:00: Sacred Spaces: Musique deChambre à Giverny. Sharon Coset, soprano;Gil Sharon, violin; Christophe Wiedmann, viola;Michel Strauss, cello; Maria Belooussova,piano. SBCA. .July 24 7:00: Festival Gala Series: In Darkness,to Light. Mussorgsky: Songs and Dancesof Death; Rautavaara: Hommage à Liszt Ferencfor String Orchestra; Shostakovich: ChamberSymphony in c; also works by Liszt andDvořák. Robert Pomakov, bass-baritone; KatherineChi, piano; Gryphon Trio; National ArtsCentre Orchestra, Jean-Michaël Lavoie, conductor.DCUC. .July 24 8:00: Market Soirées: Trio Hochelaga.Pierné: Piano Trio in c; Brahms: Piano Trio in B.SBCA. .July 24 10:30: Late Night at the Kildare: MediterraneanCabaret. Maryem Tolar, vocals; AvivaChernick, vocals; Eric St. Laurent, guitar; ErnieTollar, flute and saxophone; Rakesh Tewari,percussion. SBCA. .July 25 12:00 noon: Music at Noon: Lévesqueand Kulesha. Coulthard: Lyric Sonatina; Hétu:Elegy; Morawetz: Sonata for Bassoon andPiano; Kulesha: Sonata for Bassoon and Piano.Stéphane Lévesque, bassoon; Gary Kulesha,piano. CSJE. .July 25 12:00 noon: Music at Noon. Schumann:Stücke im Volkston for Piano and Cello;de Falla: Suite Populaire Espagnole; Hersant:Les Ombres de Giverny; Strauss: Sonata forCello and Piano. Michel Strauss: cello; MariaBelooussova, piano. DCUC. .July 25 3:00: Generation Next. Dvořák: StringQuintet in E-flat; Mendelssohn: String QuartetNo.2 in a. Toronto Summer Music Fellows:Yolanda Bruno, violin; Eric Fujita, violin; IsaacChalk, viola; Eli Weinberger, cello; Douglas Mc-Nabney, viola. CSJE. .July 25 7:00: Siskind Concerts: Leipzig StringQuartet. Mozart: String Quartet No.20 in D“Hoffmeister”; Puccini: Il Crisantemi: Elegy forString Quartet; Wildmann: String Quartet No.3;Verdi String Quartet in e. DCUC. .July 25 8:00: Market Soirées: Et in terra pax.Zelenka: Misere Madre; Vivaldi: Excerpts fromJuditha triumphans; Et in terra pax; and otherworks. Ensemble Caprice. SBCA. .36 thewholenote.comJuly 1–September 7, 2011

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