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Volume 16 Issue 2 - October 2010

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Faulkner, baritoneMole ProductionsHeartStrings University of Toronto. Opera Tea: LuciaDi Lammermoor (abridged)Amici Chamber Ensemble.Gravity& GraceHymn Society, Southern OntarioChapterTokai String QuartetA Latin JourneyCathedral Bluffs Symphony OrchestraNormanReintamm and Friends in RecitalCHAMBER ENSEMBLEA. Concerts In The GTASt. James’ CathedralTwilight Series:Adair/Ager, organistsSt. Philip’s Anglican ChurchJazzVespersChrist Church Deer ParkJazz VespersMassey Hall & Roy Thomson Hall/Catholic Youth StudioSanto Subito.York Symphony OrchestraRomanticAdventureEsprit OrchestraDream Rainbow,Dream Thunder – Music for theSenses.Music GalleryX Avant: The CompleteRecitations of AperghisMonday October 18 Canadian Opera CompanyAida. Welcome to AMICI’s2010-2011 SeasonSundays at 3pm,Glenn Gould StudioOctober 17GRAVITY & GRACENovember 21LEVANTFebruary 13FROM VIENNA TO PRAGUEApril 3IN THE SHADOWSeason Tickets Adult 0,Senior 5, Student amiciensemble.com416.960.1568University of TorontoChamberMusic Series: Miriam Fried, violin. Massey Hall & Roy Thomson Hall/Opera Gala ProductionsOpera GalaTuesday October 19Canadian Opera Company.World Music Series: Lagrimosa Beltà. University of Toronto. Voice PerformanceClass. York University. Music at Midday:New Music by Young ComposersSt. James’ CathedralMusic at Midday:Simon Walker, organistCanadian Opera Company.Death inVenice. University of TorontoStudent ComposersConcert. Avishai Cohen: AuroraMusic TorontoAlessandro Marangoni,pianoToronto Symphony OrchestraBroadway Divas.Wednesday October 20York University. Music at Midday:Duo Piano RecitalYorkminster Park Baptist ChurchNoonday Recital: Giles Bryant, organ, and BeverleyBell, sopranoToronto Symphony OrchestraBroadwayDivas. University of Toronto. Small JazzEnsembles. Music GalleryX Avant: Emergents ISoundstreams CanadaTambucoGRAVITY & GRACESunday October 17, 3pmAlan Gordon Bell: “Trails of Gravity and Grace” for clarinet, cello & pianoFranz Liszt: Hungarian Rhapsody No. 9 for piano trio, S. 379Franz Schubert: Octet in F major, D. 803Joaquin Valdepeñas, clarinet | David Hetherington, cello |Serouj Kradjian, pianowith Benjamin Bowman & Steven Sitarski, violins |Teng Li, viola | Jeffrey Beecher, bass | Neil Deland, hornsingle tickets seniors / .00 studentsRoy Thomson Hall Box Office:416.872.425536 thewholenote.comOctober 1 - November 7, 2010

Thursday October 21Canadian Opera Company.Chamber Music Series: The Hungarian Violin.Nine Sparrows Arts Foundation/Christ Church Deer ParkSara Moorehouse,Metropolitan United ChurchNoonat the Met:Trevor Wilson, recorder; WilliamWright, organ University of Toronto. Thursdays atNoon: Chamber Gems of Alexander Rapoport.Aurora Performing Arts GroupCinderellaCanadian Opera Company.Aida. Art of TimeAbbey RoadMusic GalleryX Avant: What is Pop?Richmond Hill Centre for the PerformingArtsLara St. John, violin.Friday October 22Georgetown Bach ChoraleAutumnLeaves, Autumn Feast, Autumn MemoriesAurora Performing Arts GroupCinderellaCanadian Opera Company.Death inVenice. Living Arts CentreForever PlaidOpera by RequestLe Nozze di Figaroin concertORMTA Central Toronto Branch2010 ORMTA Young Artist Tour Recital University of Toronto. My SpiritSingsExultate Chamber SingersIn ParadisumMole ProductionsHeart StringsMusic GalleryX Avant: PierrotLunaireMusic Theatre MississaugaShout!Royal ConservatoryBarbara Cook,sopranoMusic GalleryX Avant: Mission ofBurmaSaturday October 23Toronto Symphony Orchestra.Phantomsof the Orchestra.Aurora Performing ArtsGroupCinderellaLiving Arts CentreForeverPlaidMole ProductionsHeartStringsToronto Children’s ChorusSoundscapesBeethoven Society for PianistsValery Lloyd-Watts, piano York UniversityG.I.V.E: Gospel Inter-Varsity ExplosionFriday, October 22, 2010 8:00 p.m.IN PARADISUMOur 30 th anniversary season begins with a performance of thesublime Requiem by French composer and organist MauriceDuruflé. Duruflé wove traditional Gregorian chant melodiesand textures into the fabric of this reflective setting of therequiem mass.The program also includes the Requiem by English composerHerbert Howells. Instead of setting the traditional requiemmass texts, Howells chose devotional psalms and scriptureverses, ending with the peaceful and very moving “I heard avoice from Heaven.” The choir will also perform Howells’ TakeHim, Earth, for Cherishing. Written in the spring of 1964, the piecewas dedicated “to the honoured memory of John FitzgeraldKennedy, President of the United States of America.”SAINT THOMAS’S ANGLICAN CHURCH383 HURON STREET, TORONTOTICKETS Regular , Senior , Student To order or for more information: 416-971-9229WWW.EXULTATE.NETOctober 1 - November 7, 2010 37

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