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Volume 17 Issue 3 - November 2011

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“A Feast for the

“A Feast for the Earsand the Eyes!”- Classical 96.3FMARC ENSEMBLE: MUSIC,CONSCIENCE, ANDACCOUNTABILITYDURING THE THIRD REICHTues., Nov. 8, 2011, 7:30pmMazzoleni Concert HallFor Holocaust Education Week,Artists of The Royal Conservatoryperform Hartmann's “Carillon”Quartet, Busch's String Sextet,and Tiessen’s Two Pieces for violaand piano.ROYAL CONSERVATORYORCHESTRACONDUCTED BYURI MAYERFriday, November 25, 2011 8pmKoerner HallUri Mayer and the RCO treat us toa program that includes Bernstein’sFancy Free Suite, Chausson’s Poème,and Also sprach Zarathustra byRichard Strauss.DAVID LOUIE,MARIE BÉRARD,AND BRYAN EPPERSONSunday, November 13, 2011 2pmMazzoleni Concert Hall“A pianistic sensation,” (Rhein-Zeitung,Germany) David Louie joins CanadianOpera Company Orchestra ConcertmasterMarie Bérard and Principal Cello BryanEpperson in a program of works byRobert and Clara Schumann as wellas Brahms.BARRY SHIFFMAN,ANDRÉS DÍAZ,AND JEANIE CHUNGSunday, November 27, 2011 2pmMazzoleni Concert HallGGS Associate Dean, violinistBarry Shiffman performs theTchaikovsky Trio with cellist Díazand pianist Chung, and leadsa Glenn Gould School ensemblein Mozart’s Sinfonia Concertante.STEVEN ISSERLISWITH CONNIE SHIHFriday, December 2, 2011 8pmKoerner HallSteven Isserlis, a brilliant cellist,performs works by Mendelssohn,Liszt, and Franck, and the Canadianpremiere of a work that ThomasAdes wrote specially for him.Connie Shih accompanies on piano.THE TALLIS SCHOLARSThursday, December 8, 2011 8pm Koerner Hall“The rock stars of Renaissance vocal music” (The New YorkTimes) perform a holiday season concert featuring diversesettings of the Magnificat.TICKETS ON SALE NOW! rcmusic.ca 416.408.0208273 Bloor St. W. (Bloor & Avenue Road) Toronto

Volume 17 No 3 | November 1 – December 7, 2011FOR OPENERS6. Art Works | david perlmanFEATURES8. 2P4H – Bringing It Home | Robert WallaceBEAT BY BEAT12. World View | andrew timar14. Classical & Beyond | sharna searle18. On Opera | Christopher Hoile19. In With the New | david perlman21. Early Music | Simone Desilets23. Choral Scene | Benjamin Stein25. Jazz Notes | jim galloway26. Bandstand | Jack MacQuarrie53. Jazz in the Clubs | ori daganLISTINGS28. A | Concerts in the gtA49. B | Beyond the GTA52. C | In the Clubs (Mostly Jazz)55. D | The etceterasMUSICAL LIFE55. Career Development | Allan pulker59. We Are All Music’s Children | mJ buellDISCOVERIES: RECORDINGS REVIEWED60. Editor’s Corner | David Olds61. Vocal62. Early, Classical & Beyond63. Modern & Contemporary63. Strings Attached | Terry robbins65. Jazz & Improvised Music66. It’s Our Jazz | Geoff chapman67. Pot Pourri67. Something in the Air | Ken Waxman68. Old Wine, New Bottles | bruce surteesmore6. Contact Information & Deadlines27. Index of Advertisers57. Classified AdsBRUCKNER 4YANNICK NÉZET•SÉGUINOrchestre MétropolitainFollowing the critically acclaimedrecordings of Bruckner’s last threesymphonies on the ATMA label, superstarconductor Yannick Nézet-Séguin and theOrchestre Métropolitain continue theirseries with Bruckner’s Symphony No. 4In This IssueACD2 2667DOWNLOAD DIRECTLY ATATMACLASSIQUE.COMSelect ATMA titles now on saleVICTOR LEWISpage 54CRAZY TO KILLpage 18NOVEMBER’S CHILDpage 59

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