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Volume 17 Issue 4 - December 2011

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Artistic Directors: Stephen Ralls and Bruce Ubukata30Years Celebrating the Art of SongThe 30th Anniversary GalaSunday, February 19, 2:30 pmKoerner Hall, TELUS Centre forPerformance and Learning,273 Bloor Street West, TorontoSponsored by:Sixteen of our starriest singers joinus to celebrate:Colin Ainsworth, Benjamin Butterfield,Michael Colvin, Tyler Duncan,Gerald Finley, Gillian Keith,Shannon Mercer, Nathalie Paulin,Susan Platts, Brett Polegato,Catherine Robbin, Lauren Segal,Krisztina Szabó, Giles Tomkins,Monica Whicher, Lawrence WilifordVisit or call 416.408.0208The 30th Anniversary Sunday SeriesOctober 16: Clair de lune (songs of Gabriel Fauré)November 27: The Great Comet (Franz Liszt at 200)March 18: Schubert and the EsterházysApril 29: A Country House Weekend (an English idyll)All concerts at 2:30 pm in Walter Hall, Edward Johnson Building,80 Queen’s ParkVisit or call 416.735.798278 thewholenote.comDecember 1, 2011 - February 7, 2012

22 Church Street, Aurora, Ontario L4G 1G4Music at the CentreGREAT ARTIST PIANO SERIES Presenting four stunning concerts in the intimate salon setting of Brevik Hall,located in the beautifully restored Church Street School (circa 1886).The Great Artist Piano Series is made possible through the generosity of Bonnie & Norbert Kraft.Friday, February 17, 2012 8pmANDRÉ LAPLANTE“Laplante’s is a formidable virtuosity guided by a rare musical intelligence.”— The Globe and MailProgram to include works by Liszt, Schubert.Friday, March 23, 2012 8pmSOYEON LEE“…a stunning command of the keyboard“ — The Washington PostFirst Prize Winner of the prestigious 2010 Naumberg International PianoCompetition. Lee will present an “Invitation to the Dance” programincluding works by Bartok, Schuman, Liszt and Albeniz.Friday, April 27, 2012 8pmKATHERINE CHIWinner of the Honens International Piano Competition, Chi has been hailedby the New York Times as possessing “…a keen musical intelligence and apowerful arsenal of technique.” Program to include works by Rachmaninoffand Ravel.Friday, June 1, 2012 8pmTHE GRYPHON TRIOWinner of a 2011 Juno for Beethoven: Piano Trios.Firmly established as one of the world’s pre-eminent piano trios, the groupwill present a program to include works by Beethoven and Arensky.TICKETS 4-Concert Subscription Series: Adult; Seniors (60+) & Students (up to 18 years)Single tickets: Adult; Senior & Student; + HSTBOX OFFICE 905 713-1818 (9am to 4pm, Monday to Friday), or in person at the Centre

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