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Volume 16 Issue 7 - April 2011

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Music at Sharon2011Larry Beckwith and Rick Phillips,Co-artistic directorsMay 29The Larkin SingersMatthew Larkin, conductorRenaissance and Contemporary Choral MusicJune 5Theatre of Early MusicDaniel Taylor, countertenor/directorArias and Duets by HandelJune 12Jane Coop, pianoJune 19Art of Time EnsembleAndrew Burashko, piano/directorTrios by Arensky and KorngoldJune 26The Toronto ConsortDavid Fallis, directorSundays at 2:00 pm (pre-show chat at 1:30)General Admission / for students0 for all five concertsSharon Temple18974 Leslie St., Sharon OntarioPhone 416-872-4255or visit www.roythomson.commore info at www.sharontemple.caWhat will the evening’s music be like? Lichtenberg sings expressiveYiddish and English lyrics with an intimate soprano over wellwroughtarrangements bridging many musical styles. Roula Said Prince Enoki’s Insect Orchestra, and DJ medicineman. Music and Culture” in honour of 90 years of “music in the making.”Designed as a multicultural event to celebrate diversity, thisdeSouza, guzheng performances by the Fan Shang-E Zheng MusicDrumming by Manouchehr Chahardooli, Chinese Erhu by YuanPerhaps we downtown denizens need to be reminded every once Hope Friends of Music is a brave presenter in Port Hope, aboutglittering bronze, wood and bamboo gamelan degung at the Cameco “ explores the pastand future of Persian music. Keeping with the Persian/Iranianof Mississauga present performance ofPersian fairy talesset to traditionalclassical Persianchamber musicperformed by theShiraz Ensembleis geared to youthwork will haveits long-awaitedpremiere at theGlenda Del Monte Escalante.Mississauga. to attend the Echo Women’s Choir’s concert Celebrating Womenat Work is a wellestablished,vibrant, 80-member choir which regularly sings songsfrom around the world. In this concert they cover Georgian lullabies,consistently found Echo Choir concerts to be uplifting musical andservice in Echo’s men’s auxiliaryAndrew Timar is a Toronto musician and music writer. He can bereached at NIURKA BARROSO26 thewholenote.comApril 1 - May 7, 2011

“A Feast for the Earsand the Eyes!”- Classical 96.3FMROYAL CONSERVATORYORCHESTRA CONDUCTEDBY URI MAYERFri. Apr. 15, 2011 8:00pmKoerner HallUri Mayer conducts thetalented Glenn Gould Schoolstudents of the RCO and a 2010GGS Concerto Competitionwinning soloist, in a programof classic pieces by Rossini,Mozart, Hindemith, and Ravel.KALICHSTEIN-LAREDO-ROBINSON TRIOAND ARC ENSEMBLETues. Apr. 26, 2011 8:00pm Koerner HallThe Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson Trio,known for "expressive and exhilaratinginterpretations" (Musical America), joinsthe Grammy Award-nominated ARCEnsemble (Artists of The Royal Conservatory)known for “Passion, polish and vitality”(The New York Times) for a program ofBrahms' Clarinet Trio, Korngold's Suite,and Schumann's Piano Quartet.PIERRE-LAURENT AIMARD,PIANOSun. May 1, 2011 3:00pmKoerner HallNamed Instrumentalist of the Yearby both the Royal PhilharmonicAwards in London and MusicalAmerica, Aimard will performWagner, Berg, Scriabin and Liszt.ADRIANNE PIECZONKASat. May 7, 20118:00pm Koerner HallReigning Canadian soprano,Juno Award-winner, andOfficer of the Order of Canada,Adrianne Pieczonka willperform works by Wagner,Richard Strauss, and Schubert.MUSICIANS FROM MARLBOROSat. Apr. 9, 2011 7:30pmMazzoleni Concert HallThe touring ensemble from theMarlboro Music Festival (MFM) andviolinist Scott St. John will performJanácek’s “Kreutzer Sonata” Quartet,Mozart’s String Quintet in E-flat Major,and Mendelssohn’s Octet in E-flat Major.Concert made possible through the generosityof Dr. Günes N. Ege-Akter.ATIS BANKAS,ROBERT MACDONALD& THE GOULD STRING QUARTETSun. Apr. 17, 2011 2pmMazzoleni Concert HallFounding member of the Gould StringQuartet and member of The GGS faculty,violinist Atis Bankas performs a programof solo and chamber repertoire withspecial guest pianist, Robert MacDonald.NEW MUSIC ENSEMBLEFri. Apr. 8, 2011 7:30pmMazzoleni Concert HallAward-winning composerBrian Current directs twoprograms of cutting-edgecontemporary music by livingcomposers influenced bytoday's society and thesounds around us.ACADEMY SYMPHONYORCHESTRASat. Apr. 30, 2011 7:30pmMazzoleni Concert HallRising star senior string students fromthe Young Artists Performance Academyof The Royal Conservatory come togetheras the Academy Symphony Orchestrato perform two symphonic concerts.TICKETS ON SALE NOW! 416.408.0208273 Bloor St. W. (Bloor & Avenue Road) Toronto

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