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Volume 16 Issue 4 - December 2010

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3 + SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4Teen Sleuth& The Freed Cyborg ChoirPop Avant Series8pm/ adv at TicketWeb.caSATURDAY FEB. 5Emergents IIStephanie Chua + Tim FrancomSATURDAY FEB. 12NOW Ensemble (NYC)Post-Classical SeriesFRIDAY MARCH 11Emergents IIIEarwax Ensemble + Contemporary Keyboard SocietyTHURSDAY MARCH 17Radianwith OdradekPop Avant seriesSUNDAY APRIL 17The Music ofNorma BeecroftPost-Classical SeriesFRIDAY MAY 6On the Trail ofKaija SaariahoPost-Classical SeriesSATURDAY MAY 28Musica Graphica:The Graphic Scores Concertwith Eve Egoyan + Quartetto GraphicaBecome a music gallery member and saveon ticket prices! Email info@musicgallery.orgThe Music Galleryis a narrative frame provided by the Balladeer, who, as in Brechtand Weill’s Threepenny Opera, provides the backgrounds of thethe ninth assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald, is a further ploy to preventdirector Adam Brazier has the actors play instruments, inspired nodoubt by John Doyle’s famous Sweeney Todd, thus forcing us to Assassins last year: Talk Is Free Theatre of Barrie and BirdLandTheatrethe score that makes witty use of popular musical styles ranging from sic theatre, there’s always the ideal NewYear’s operetta Die Fledermaus presentedDie Fledermausof operettas to become opera house standards and is the means by which both theto one of the few felicitous libretti tohigh level of melodic invention and asecond act comprising a riotous onstagethe curse of The NutcrackerChristopher Hoile is a Toronto-based writer on opera and theatre.He can be contacted at ReleaseChamber Music by James RolfeLucia Cesaroni andKeith Klassen appearin TOT’s productionof Die Fledermaus.Monday, Jan 17, 7:30 pmGallery 345, 345 Sorauren Ave; with CD416 924 4945continuummusic.org22 thewholenote.comDecember 1, 2010 - February 7, 2011

Aurora Cultural Centre presents22 Church Street, Aurora, Ontario L4G 1G4Music at the CentreGREAT ARTIST PIANO SERIES Celebrate Ontario’s new cultural facility, a jewel in the heartof Aurora. Enjoy our opening season with the artistry of 4 piano masters. The beautifullyrestored Church Street School (circa 1886) provides an intimate salon setting for a memorableexperience of beautiful music performed by some of Canada’s greatest artists.Friday, February 25, 2011 8pmAnton Kuerti“One of the truly great pianists of this century” –CD Review (London)All Beethoven Program: including the Appassionata Sonata, op. 57,and a lecture/performance of the Diabelli VariationsFriday, March 25, 2011 8pmJane Coop“This exquisite recital was played with remarkable sensitivity andrefinement by Jane Coop“ –New York Daily NewsProgram to include Beethoven’s Eroica Variations and Scriabin EtudesFriday, April 29, 2011 8pmJamie ParkerTwo-time Juno award winner Jamie Parker presents ’Music of the Night,’including Chopin’s Nocturnes, Debussy’s La Soiree dans Grenade, andBeethoven’s Moonlight SonataFriday, May 27, 2011 8pmIntroducing the prize-winning young pianist Elizabeth Schumann“Devastatingly good – the sort of performance you experience not somuch with your ears as your solar plexus” –Washington Post MagazineProgram features piano music by Chopin and LisztTICKETS Subscription: Purchase all 4 concerts, adult; senior & studentSingle tickets: Kuerti, Coop, Parker, adult; senior & student; Schumann BOX OFFICE 905 713-1818 (hours: 9am to 4pm, Mon to Fri) or at the 905 713-1818Inaugural season made possible through the generosity of Bonnie & Norbert Kraft

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