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Volume 16 Issue 8 - May 2011

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JOHN TUTTLE continued

JOHN TUTTLE continued from page 9Derek Holman, and a complete performance of theRachmaninoff Vespers. Paul’s during one of Niki Goldschmidt’s choralthey started singing, I was hooked. It was a com- tenure with the choir. Much like the man, therepiece, a prayerful emotional dimension and it isall wrapped in an exterior of formality and a slightdistance. piece that commences with a lively setting of thehumility and musical dedication. many of them having sung in Exultate for over 20 years. Planningschool teachers, organists, composers, archivists … there is a widetheir connection to great music-making.“I’m lucky to have had such dedicated people in the choir,choir’s continued success.The well-respected New Zealand choir specialistimpressed with the choice. Tuttle admires in a fellow musician, over andIt would appear that the organization is in goodhands to move forward to the next chapter with momentous occasion at which choristers, audiencethe intimate, respectful and thoroughly profes- Larry Beckwith was a member of the Exultate Chamber Singersfrom 1990-1999.The Exultate Chamber Singers present a “30th AnniversaryConcert” at Grace Church on-the-Hill on Friday, May 13 at 8:00pm.Visit www.exultate.net for more information. And John Tuttle,organist, is in concert with the St. Thomas’s Choir conducted byElizabeth Anderson, May 27 at 7.30pm as a part of this year’sOrganix Festival.PHOTO SN BIANCATHE ALDEBURGH CONNECTIONArtistic Directors: Stephen Ralls and Bruce Ubukatapresents the fifth annualBayfield Festival of SongTown Hall, Bayfield, Ontario June 3 – 12, 2011Come to a beautiful village on Lake Huron for eight concerts ofclassical song with Colin Ainsworth, Lindsay Barrett, Peter Barrett,Lucia Cesaroni, Allyson McHardy and many othersTickets to Call 416.735.7982 or 519.565.2435bayfield@aldeburghconnection.org www.aldeburghconnection.org70 thewholenote.comMay 1 – June 7, 2011

What’s Onat the TSOFinland’s FinestThu, May 5 at 8:00pmSat, May 7 at 8:00pmHannu Lintu, conductorThe TSO celebrates the artistry of Finland with sopranoKarita Mattila, cellist Anssi Karttunen and conductorHannu Lintu.The evening includes the music of Saariahoand Sibelius for a concert experience you won't forget!Emanuel AxPlays MozartWed, May 11 at 8:00pmThu, May 12 at 2:00pmSir Andrew Davis, conductorEmanuel Ax, pianoMozart: Overture to La clemenza di TitoMozart: Piano Concerto No. 17R. Strauss: Eine Alpensinfonie “An Alpine Symphony”A Night at theCotton ClubTue, May 17 at 8:00pmWed, May 18 at 2:00pm & 8:00pmJeff Tyzik, conductorByron Stripling, trumpet & vocalistCarmen Bradford, vocalistTed Levy, tap dancerBob Breithaupt, drumsTake a trip to the 1920’s and experience theelegance of The Duke Ellington Big Band andthe stylings of Cab Calloway. The electric energyof this concert is sure to have you on your feet!Tan Dun Waterand Paper ConcertosThu, May 26 at 8:00pmSat, May 28 at 7:30pmTan Dun, conductorTan Dun uses imaginativeand unusual water andpaper instruments to delivera captivating concert unlikeanything you've everexperienced before.TIPPET-RICHARDSONLIMITEDCONCERT SEASONConductors’ Podium SponsorMay 18th Performance Sponsor416.593.4828 tso.caCONCERTS AT ROY THOMSON HALL

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