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Volume 16 Issue 8 - May 2011

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6 EXTRAORDINARY CONCERTS

6 EXTRAORDINARY CONCERTS THAT TRANSPORT YOU BEYOND YOUR MUSICALHORIZONS – INTO THE NEW FUTURE OF MUSICMASSBRASSSun. Oct. 30, 2011 at 3 p.m.Stockholm Chamber Brass (Sweden),Simón Bolívar Brass Quintet (Venezuela)and True North Brass (Canada)SO PERCUSSIONFri. Mar. 2, 2012 at 8 p.m.Presented in partnership withThe Royal ConservatorySo Percussion (USA) with famedelectronica duo Matmos (USA)TANGOTues. Nov. 29, 2011 at 8 p.m.Argentinean singer Roxana Fontán,pianist Serouj Kradjian (Canada), andviolinist Lara St. John (Canada)STUTTGART CHAMBERCHOIR & SOUNDSTREAMSCHOIR 21Sun. Mar. 11, 2012 at 3 p.m.The Carlu, 444 Yonge St. 7 th floorTHE SEALED ANGELThurs. Feb. 2 &Fri. Feb 3, 2011 at 8 p.m.Elmer Iseler Singers and the AmadeusChoir, conducted by Lydia Adams andfeaturing ProArteDanzaTHE GISMONTISFri. May 4, 2012 at 8 p.m.Egberto Gismonti (composer/piano/guitar),Alexandre Gismonti (guitar), piano duo BiancaGismonti & Claudia Castelo Branco and jazz flutistJane Bunnett (Canada)Subscribe todayand save up to 20%Six concerts for as low as 2Pick 3 for as low as 8All sales are final. Prices include HST.Tickets subject to a per ticket service fee.Call: 416.408.0208Visit: www.rcmusic.caIn person: Koerner Hall is located in The RoyalConservatory at the TELUS Centre forPerformanceand Learning. 273 Bloor Street West, Toronto.WWW.SOUNDSTREAMS.CAThe Creative Trust | The Charles H. Ivey Foundation | The Koerner Foundation | Ontario Arts Foundation | Julie Jiggs Foundation | The J.P. Bickell FoundationThe John D. McKellar Foundation | The McLean Foundation | Premiere Circle Members: J. Baillie, Q.C. | J. Doherty | P. &. B. Hoffert | M. & M. Koffler | R.D. MooreR. Rottapel | H. Sarick | L. & D. Smith | D. Weinzweig

Volume 16 #8 | May 1 – June 7, 2011FOR OPENERS6. Of This and That | DAVID PERLMANFEATURES8. John Tuttle, Organist | LARRY BECKWITHBEAT BY BEAT10. Choral Scene | BENJAMIN STEIN12. Classical & Beyond | ALLAN PULKER15. Early Music | SIMONE DESILETS17. On Opera | CHRISTOPHER HOILE18. In With the New | JASON VAN EYK22. World View | ANDREW TIMAR26. Jazz Notes | JIM GALLOWAY28. Bandstand | JACK MACQUARRIE47. In the Clubs | ORI DAGANLISTINGS30. A | Concerts in the GTA45. B | Beyond the GTA48. C | In the Clubs (Mostly Jazz)51. D | The ETCeterasMUSICAL LIFE50. Perspectives, Etcetera | DAVID PERLMAN56. Just the Spot | ROBERT POMAKOV58. We Are All Music’s Children | MJ BUELL59. Book Shelf | PAMELA MARGLESDISCOVERIES: RECORDINGS REVIEWED60. Editor’s Corner | DAVID OLDS61. Vocal; Early & Period Performance62. Classical & Beyond64. Strings Attached | TERRY ROBBINS64. Modern & Contemporary65. Jazz & Improvised Music66. It’s our Jazz | GEOFF CHAPMAN67. Something in the Air | KEN WAXMAN68. Old Wine, New Bottles | BRUCE SURTEESMORE6. Contact Information & Deadlines29. Index of Advertisers57. Classified AdsIn This IssueACD2 2664SOLO RECORDING DEBUTSOPRANO JANE ARCHIBALDwithOrchestre Symphonique Bienneof Switzerland underThomas Rösnerperforming excerpts fromJoseph Haydn’s operas.“... alluring beauty who sang like adream. Archibald was bright, finelyarticulate and displayed stunningcoloratura.” — Opera NowJane Archibald will perform asZerbinetta in Strauss’Ariadne auf Naxos at the COCApril 30, May 3, 12, 15, 18, 21, 27, 29, 2011DOWNLOAD DIRECTLY ATATMACLASSIQUE.COMSelect ATMA titles now on sale9th AnnualCANARY PAGESPatricia Cano @ Lulapage 22Sondra Radvanovskypage 58

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