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Volume 17 Issue 6 - March 2012

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Three Cantors. Angus Sinclair, accompanist. AllSaints’ Kingsway Anglican Church, 2850 BloorSt. W. 416-233-1125. /(adv). In supportof interfaith summer camp programmes.• 7:30: York University Department of Music.York U Chamber Choir. Works by Vivaldi,Bach, Buxtehude and others. Mélisande Sinsoulier,piano. Tribute Communities RecitalHall, Accolade East Bldg., 4700 Keele St. 416-736-2100 x22926. Free.SATURDAY at 8 pmMarch 10, 2012 *P.C. Ho Theatre5183 Sheppard Ave E, ScarboroughGOUNODSolemn Mass (St. Cecilia)performed by theUniversity of TorontoScarborough CampusConcert ChoirRACHMANINOVSymphony no. 1Regular adult, st/sr(under 12 free)Premium adult, st/sr(under 12 free)* Subscription Concert 4A. Concerts in the GTA• 8:00: Music Toronto. Piano Series: RichardGoode. Schumann: Kinderszenen Op.15;Brahms: Seven Pieces Op.116; Chopin: Nocturnein E-flat Op.55 No.2; Scherzo No.3 inc-sharp Op.39; Waltz in A-flat Op.64 No.3;Waltz in c-sharp Op.64 No.2; Waltz in F Op.34No.3; Ballade No.3 in A-flat Op.47. Jane MallettTheatre, St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts,27 CBSO_Ad_Feb2012 Front St. E. 416-366-7723 or 2/14/12 1-800-708- 9:01 AM Page 16754. .50–; (st, accompanyingadult half price); Pay your age(18-35, plus facility and handling charges).• 8:00: Musideum. Mark Sepic and his Junkestra.Songs, stories and musical fantasies. 401Richmond St. W. 416-419-2248. .Wednesday March 07• 12:15: Our Lady of Sorrows. WednesdayConcert Series. Mark Toews, organ. 3055 BloorSt. W. 416-231-6016. Free.• 12:30: Yorkminster Park Baptist Church.Noonday Organ Recitals. Imre Olah, organ.1585 Yonge St. 416-922-1167. Free.• 5:30: Canadian Opera Company. Jazz Series:My Foolish Heart. Jazz classics and originals.Guido Basso, trumpet and flugelhorn; DonThomson, piano and bass. Richard BradshawAmphitheatre, Four Seasons Centre for thePerforming Arts, 145 Queen St. W. 416-363-8231. Free.• 7:00: Civic Light Opera. Forbidden Broadway.See Mar 01.• 7:30: Meadowvale Theatre. Seussical TheMusical. Music by S. Flaherty and lyrics by L.Ahrens. 6315 Montevideo Rd., Mississauga.905-615-4720 x2588. .50. Also Mar 8, 910(mat and eve), 11(mat). All profits to charity.• 8:00: Gallery 345/suddenlyLISTEN. Newcompositions and improvisations. Norman Adams,cello; Lee Pui Ming, piano; Erin Donovan,percussion. 345 Sorauren Ave. 416-822-9781.; (sr); (st).• 8:00: Rose Theatre Brampton. MichaelKaeshammer. 1 Theatre Lane, Brampton. 905-874-2800. and up.• 8:00: Royal Conservatory. Lila Downs,Latin singer. Multi-media performance. KoernerHall, 273 Bloor St. W. 416-408-0208. .50and up.• 8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. NewCreations Festival: Orion. Vivier: Orion; Widmann:Elegy for Clarinet and Orchestra (NorthAmerican premiere); Eötvös: Cello ConcertoGrosso (North American premiere); zeroPoints.Jörg Widmann, clarinet; Joseph Johnson, cello;CATHEDRAL BLUFFS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA2011–2012NORMAN REINTAMM artistic directorSATURDAY at 8 pmApril 14, 2012St. Timothy’sAnglican Church4125 Sheppard Ave E, ScarboroughANNUAL FUNDRAISER CONCERTHANDEL Water MusicSAINT-SÄENSCarnival of the Animalswith piano soloists on 2 pianosNorman Reintamm & Tiiu HaamerHAYDNSymphony no. 99 (London)Tickets at the door The Ontario Trillium Foundation is an agencyof the Government of Ontariocathedralbluffs.com | 416.879.5566Peter Eötvös, conductor; Peter Oundjian, conductorand host. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 SimcoeSt. 416-593-4828 or 416-593-0688(Chinese).–5.Thursday March 08• 12:00 noon: Canadian Opera Company.Chamber Music Series: The Accordion and all itsCharms. Works by Angelis, Vlasov and others.Jelena Miljevic, accordion. Richard BradshawAmphitheatre, Four Seasons Centre for thePerforming Arts, 145 Queen St. W. 416-363-8231. Free.• 12:00 noon: Jubilee United Church. Musicat Midday: Twentieth-Century French OrganMusic. Works by Dupré and Alain. Arthur Wenk,piano. 40 Underhill Dr. 416-447-6846. Free.• 12:00 noon: University of Toronto Facultyof Music. Thursdays at Noon: Music for 2 Clarinets.Poulenc: Sonata for two clarinets; Mendelssohn:Konzartstück No.1 Op.113 for clarinetand basset horn; Curtis: 5 Huapangos forclarinet, bass clarinet and percussion; Mozart/Eikjer: Rondo alla Turka (arr. for two clarinets);Ponchielli: Il Convegno for two clarinets andpiano. Richard Thomson and Stephen Pierre,clarinet; Lydia Wong, piano; Mark Duggan, percussion.Walter Hall, Edward Johnson Bldg., 80Queen’s Park. 416-978-8849. Free.• 12:10: Nine Sparrows Arts Foundation/Christ Church Deer Park. Lunchtime ChamberMusic. Lark Popov, George Vona, duo-piano.Christ Church Deer Park, 1570 Yonge St. 416-241-298. Free, donations welcome.• 12:15: Metropolitan United Church. Noonat Met. James Bailey, organ. 56 Queen St. E.416-363-0331 x26. Free.• 12:30: York University Department ofMusic. Music at Midday: Classical piano showcase.Tribute Communities Recital Hall, AccoladeEast Bldg., 4700 Keele St. 416-736-2100x22926. Free.• 2:00: Alchemy. An Hour of Chamber Music.Telemann: Suite in a; Martinů: Promenades;Beethoven: String Quartet Op.18 No.5. HennekeCats, flute; Catherine Sulen and JohnBailey, violin; Charles Small, viola; Susan Naccache,cello; Marion Wilk, harpsichord. NorthernDistrict Library, 40 Orchard View Blvd.316-2570. Free. Also Mar 5 (Living Life on theAvenue).• 7:30: Meadowvale Theatre. Seussical TheMusical. See Mar 7.• 7:30: University of Toronto Faculty ofMusic (Opera Division). Così fan tutte. Mozart.Michael Patrick Albano, stage director;Miah Im, conductor. MacMillan Theatre, EdwardJohnson Bldg., 80 Queen’s Park. 416-408-0208. ; (sr/st). Italian with Englishsurtitles. 7:30: Pre-performance chat inRm.130. Also Mar 9, 10, 11(mat).• 8:00: Civic Light Opera. Forbidden Broadway.See Mar 01.• 8:00: Hart House Music Committee. Stages:Apeiron Strings Collective. Featuring AllanaJ. Brown, Darrelle London, Gavin Slate,The MacHams, Mike Celai and Sarah Loucks,vocals; Hart House Chamber Strings. ArborRoom, Hart House, 7 Hart House Circle. 416-9787-2452. Free.• 8:00: Rose Theatre Brampton. Angèle Dubeauet La Pietà. Works by Gershwin, Williams,Bernstein and others. Angèle Dubeau, violin; LaPietà (all-female string ensemble). 1 TheatreLane, Brampton. 905-874-2800. and up.• 8:00: Royal Conservatory/Goethe-InstitutToronto. Kabaret at Koerner: Max Raabe& Palast Orchester. Works in English and Germanby Weill, Porter and Lehàr. Koerner Hall,273 Bloor St. W. 416-408-0208. and up.Also Mar 9.• 8:00: Victoria College Drama Society. ALadylike Murder: The Musical. Student-pennedtragicomedy. Isabel Bader Theatre, 93 CharlesSt. W. 416-978-8849. ; (sr/st). AlsoMar 9, 10.Friday March 09• 2:00 and 8:00: Markham Theatre. Rhythmof the Dance – The National Dance Company ofIreland. Dance and music derived from all areasof Irish life. 171 Town Centre Blvd., Markham.905-305-7469 or 1-866-768-8801. –;(st 17 and under).• 7:30: Alliance Française de Toronto.Quand la ville nous habite (The city inside us).Cabaret-chanson. Patricia Cano, vocals; LouisSimao, multiple instruments. Pierre-LéonGallery, 24 Spadina Rd. 416-922-2014. ;(st); free(under 12).• 7:30: Christian Peacemaker Teams Canada.Transforming our World. Featuring pop,folk songs and show tunes. The Four Men vocalensemble with piano accompaniment. Trinity-St. Paul’s Centre, 427 Bloor St. W. 416-423-5525. /(adv). Benefit for ChristianPeacemaker Teams and United Church Mission& Service Fund.• 7:30: Meadowvale Theatre. Seussical TheMusical. See Mar 7.• 7:30: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. WhatMakes it Great? Vivaldi Four Seasons. JenniferKoh, violin; Rob Kapilow, conductor and host.Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe St. 416-593-4828 or 416-593-0688(Chinese). –.For further details, see Section D, “The ETCeteras,”under Lectures.• 7:30: University of Toronto Faculty ofMusic (Opera Division). Così fan tutte. SeeMar 8.• 8:00: Civic Light Opera. Forbidden Broadway.See Mar 01.• 8:00: Etobicoke Community ConcertBand. To Infinity and Beyond. Works by Holstand J. Williams. John Edward Liddle, musicjoin us and celebrateOPERA BY REQUEST’S5:th YEARwith Verdi'sDonCarloSaturday, March 10, 7:30 pmCollege St. United Church452 College St. (at Bathurst)All tickets 416 455-2365 for rsvtns/infooperabyrequest.com5 YEARS q 50 OPERASq 150 SINGERS q36 thewholenote.com March 1 – April 7, 2012

director; guest: Sharon Smith, vocals. Etobicokecollegiate Auditorium, 86 MontgomeryRd., Etobicoke. 416-410-1570. ; (sr);(st); free(child).• 8:00: Green Door Cabaret at the LowerOssington Theatre. Peggy Mahon. 100A OssingtonAve. 416-915-6747. (reserved);; (st/industry with ID).• 8:00: Lower Ossington Theatre. LegallyBlonde: The Musical. Music and lyrics by L.O’Keefe and N. Benjamin, book by H. Hach.Anne Hurshman (Elle); Sean Cage (Emmett ForresT);Jeff Hookings (Waner Huffington III);Marissa Dingle (Vivienne Kensington); HeidiThomas (Paulette Buonafonte). Tricia Lackey,stage director; Robert Wilkinson, musical director.100A Ossington Ave. 416-915-6747. –. Also Mar 10, 11(mat), 14–17, 18(mat),21–24, 25(mat) 28–31.• 8:00: Music Gallery. Emerging Artist Series:Emergents II: Ina Henning, accordion and Marc-Olivier Lamontagne, guitar. Quell: Momentaufnahmen/Caprichos;Murail: Tellur; Wolpe: Tango;Palestinian Notebook; Yun: Intermezzo; andother works. 197 John St. 416-204-1080. .• 8:00: Royal Conservatory/Goethe-InstitutToronto. Kabaret at Koerner: Max Raabe, vocals& Palast Orchester, piano. See Mar 8.• 8:00: Sinfonia Toronto. European Pearls.Angelova: Pagan Dances (Toronto premiere);Bottesini: Concerto No.2 for Double Bass;Vivaldi: The Four Seasons; Dvořák: SlavonicDance No.15. Jeonghwan Yoon, violin; CalumMacLeod, double bass; Nurhan Arman, conductor.Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front St. W. 416-872-4255. ; (sr); (st).• 8:00: Victoria College Drama Society. ALadylike Murder: The Musical. See Mar 8.• 8:00: York University Department of Music.Improv Soiree. An evening of improvisationin a participatory open-mic set-up, hostedby the studios of Casey Sokol; performers andobservers welcome. Sterling Beckwith Studio,Rm.235, Accolade East Bldg., 4700 Keele St.416-736-2100 x22926. Free.• 9:00: Hart House Music Committee. Jazzat Oscar’s: Terry Promane Jazz Orchestra. ArborRoom, Hart House, 7 Hart House Circle. 416-9787-2452. Free.Saturday March 10• 2:00 and 7:30: Meadowvale Theatre. SeussicalThe Musical. See Mar 7.• 2:00 and 8:00: Civic Light Opera. ForbiddenBroadway. See Mar 01.• 7:30: Opera By Request. Don Carlo. Verdi.Paul Williamson, tenor (Don Carlo); Steven Henrikson,baritone (Rodrigo); Michelle Minke, soprano(Elisabetta); Monica Zerbe, mezzo (Eboli);Robert Milne, bass-baritone (Filippo); and others;William Shookhoff, piano and music director.College Street United Church, 452 CollegeSt. 416-455-2365. . Fifth anniversary galaperformance.• 7:30: University of Toronto Faculty ofMusic (Opera Division). Così fan tutte. SeeMar 8.• 8:00: Cathedral Bluffs Symphony Orchestra.In Concert. Gounod: Solemn Mass (St. Cecilia);Rachmaninoff: Symphony No.1. NormanReintamm, conductor; guest: University of TorontoScarborough Campus Concert Choir. P.C.Ho Theatre, 5183 Sheppard Ave. E., Scarborough.416-879-5566. –; –(sr/st); free(under 12).• 8:00: Green Door Cabaret at the LowerOssington Theatre. Ali Garrison & MarkRainey. 100A Ossington Ave. 416-915-6747.(reserved); ; (st/industry with ID).• 8:00: Lower Ossington Theatre. LegallyBlonde: The Musical. See Mar 9.PETER EÖTVÖS’ PICKSNEW MUSIC CONCERTSSATURDAY MARCH 10 8 pmGLENN GOULD STUDIO• 8:00: New Music Concerts. Peter EötvösPicks. Jeney: Heraclitian Fragments for mixedensemble; Eötvös: Psy for flute, cello and cimbalom;Octet for mixed winds and brass; Windsequenzenfor mixed ensemble; Stravinsky: Octetfor mixed winds and brass. New Music ConcertsEnsemble, Peter Eötvös, director. GlennGould Studio, 250 Front St. W. 416-961-9594.; (sr/arts worker); (st).• 8:00: Rose Orchestra. Winds of Change.Guy Few, trumpet and corno; Nadina MackieJackson, bassoon. Rose Theatre, 1 TheatreLn., Brampton. 905-874-2800. ; (sr/st).• 8:00: Royal Conservatory. World Series:Angélique Kidjo, vocals. Afropop. Koerner Hall,273 Bloor St. W. 416-408-0208. .50and up.• 8:00: Small World Music. Kiosk. Iranianband blends rock/jazz/folk music. Mod Club,722 College St. 416-536-5439. ; (adv).• 8:00: Toronto Guitar Society. Xuefei Yang,guitar. Heliconian Hall, 35 Hazelton Ave. 416-964-8298. ; (members/sr); (seniormembers/st).• 8:00: Victoria College Drama Society. ALadylike Murder: The Musical. See Mar 8.Sunday March 11• 10:30am: Eglinton St. George’s UnitedChurch. Jazz Worship for Lent: Robi Botos andFriends. Robi Botos, piano; Scott Alexander,bass; Brian Barlow, drums. 35 Lytton Blvd.416-481-1141 x250. Freewill offering. Religiousservice.• 2:00: Halton Museum Foundation. Jazz atthe Museum: Moo’d Swing. Folk, jazz, country,Cajun, klezmer and swing. With Rachel Melas,bass. Halton Region Museum, 5181 Kelso Rd.,Milton. 905-875-2200 x27. . Includes lightappetizers.• 2:00: Meadowvale Theatre. Seussical TheMusical. See Mar 7.• 2:30: University of Toronto Faculty ofMusic (Opera Division). Così fan tutte. SeeMar 8.• 3:00: Green Door Cabaret at the LowerOssington Theatre. Allison Smyth. 100A OssingtonAve. 416-915-6747. (reserved);; (st/industry with ID).• 3:00: Mooredale Concerts. MooredaleYouth Orchestras In Concert. Tchaikovsky:Serenade for String Orchestra; Benda: Sinfoniain C No.3; Handel: Water Music. William Rowsonand Clare Carberry, conductors. RosedaleHeights School of the Arts, 711 Bloor St. E.416-922-3714 x103. ; (sr/st).• 3:00: Royal Conservatory. Chamber MusicSeries: Takács Quartet with Joyce Yang, piano.Beethoven: String Quartet No.14 in c-sharp;Dvořák: Piano Quintet in A. Koerner Hall, 273Bloor St. W. 416-408-0208. and up.• 3:00: Soundstreams. Stuttgart ChamberChoir & Soundstreams Choir 21. Ligeti: LuxAeterna; Mahler: Ich bin der Welt abhandengekommen; Frehner: Corpus (world premiere);Bach motets; also works by Penderecki andothers. Frieder Bernius, conductor; David Fallis,conductor; guest: TorQ Percussion Ensemble.Carlu Concert Hall, 444 Yonge St., 7th floor.416-408-0208. –.• 3:00: Symphony on the Bay. A Flute &Harp Celebration. Debussy: Danses sacrée etprofane; Mozart: Concerto for Flute and HarpK299. Suzanne Shulman, flute; Erica Goodman,harp; James McKay, conductor. BurlingtonPerforming Arts Centre, 440 Locust St., Burlington.905-681-6000. ; (sr); (st);(under 13).• 4:00: Cathedral Church of St. James. TwilightRecitals. Andrew Adair, organ. 65 ChurchSt. 416-364-7865 x231. Freewill offering.• 4:00: Lower Ossington Theatre. LegallyBlonde: The Musical. See Mar 9.• 4:00: St. Philip’s Anglican Church. JazzVespers: Carol McCartney Quartet. 25 St. PhillipsRd., Etobicoke. 416-247-5181. Freewill offering.Religious service.• 4:30: Christ Church Deer Park. Jazz Vespers:A Tribute to Charlie Christian. Rob Piltchand Lorne Lofsky, guitars. 1570 Yonge St.416-920-5211. Free, donations welcome. Religiousservice.Monday March 12• 12:30: York University Department ofMusic. Music at Midday. Classical instrumentalrecital featuring student soloists. TributeCommunities Recital Hall, Accolade East Bldg.,4700 Keele St. 416-736-2100 x22926. Free.• 5:30: York University Department of Music.World Music Festival. World Music Chorus,Judith Cohen, director. Sterling Beckwith Studio,Rm.235, Accolade East Bldg., 4700 KeeleSt. 416-736-2100 x22926. Free.• 7:30: University of Toronto Faculty ofMusic. Faculty Artist Series: Monica Whicher,soprano; Russell Braun, baritone, Steve Philcox,piano. Works by Barber, Rorem, Fleming,Vivier, Greer, Beckwith and others. Walter Hall,Edward Johnson Bldg., 80 Queen’s Park. 416-408-0208. ; (sr/st).• 8:00: Arraymusic. Array Session #11: AnImprov Concert. An evening of improvisationalmusic. Array Space, Rm.218, 60 Atlantic Ave.416-532-3019. PWYC.Tuesday March 13• 1:00: Cathedral Church of St. James.Music at Midday. Bruce Kirpatrick Hill, organ.65 Church St. 416-364-7865 x231. Freewilloffering.• 7:00: Living Arts Centre. Cats. A.L. Webber.Hammerson Hall, 4141 Living Arts Dr.,Mississauga. 905-306-6000 or 1-888-805-8888. and up; and up(12 and under).Also Mar 14.• 7:00: Living Arts Centre. Michael Ciufo“Momento” Tour: CD release. Royal Bank Theatre,4141 Living Arts Dr., Mississauga. 905-306-6000 or 1-888-805-8888. –.• 7:00: Markham Theatre. Scrap Art Music.Five drummers perform using over 145 inventedhand-crafted instruments. 171 Town CentreBlvd., Markham. 905-305-7469 or 1-866-768-8801. –; (st 17 and under).• 8:00: Against the Grain/Gallery 345. KurtWeill’s Seven Deadly Sins. Weill: Seven DeadlySins; Adams: Hallelujah Junction; Reich: PianoPhase; Britten: Abraham and Isaac. LindsaySutherland Boal, voice; Christopher Mokrzewskiand Daniel Pesca, pianos; Matjash Mrozewski,choreography. 345 Sorauren Ave. 416-822-9781. .• 8:00: Les Amis Concerts. Rivka Golani,viola and Stephan Sylvestre, piano. Bruch: KolNidre; Schubert: Arpeggione; Grieg: SonataOp.36 in a. Gallery 345, 345 Sorauren Ave.416-822-9781. ; (st).Wednesday March 14• 11:00am and 2:00 and 7:00: Markham Theatre.Judy & David’s GoldiRocks. Spinoff onGolidlocks and the Three Bears, for ages 3–9.171 Town Centre Blvd., Markham. 905-305-7469 or 1-866-768-8801. –34; (st 17and under).• 12:00 noon: Canadian Opera Company.Dance Series: Ballet Express! Ballet Jörgencompany performs a programme of classicsand contemporary works. Richard BradshawAmphitheatre, Four Seasons Centre for thePerforming Arts, 145 Queen St. W. 416-363-8231. Free.• 12:15: Our Lady of Sorrows. WednesdayConcert Series. Aaron James, organ. 3055Bloor St. W. 416-231-6016. Free.• 7:00: Living Arts Centre. Cats. See Mar 13.• 8:00: Lower Ossington Theatre. LegallyBlonde: The Musical. See Mar 9.• 8:30: Cuntrera Productions. Strunz &Farah. Latin, middle Eastern, jazz and flamencoguitar duo. Hugh’s Room, 2261 Dundas St. W.416-531-6604. /(adv).Thursday March 15• 12:00 noon: University of Toronto Facultyof Music. Thursdays at Noon: The Bird Project.With poetry by Crozier, Stallings, Naruda,Levertov and others. L.C. Smith: Magnolia; B.Grossman: The Ill-Fated Ornithopter; Poser:Seven Bagatelles; Bach: Two-Part Inventionin E; Schumann: Vogel als Prophet; and otherworks. Alison Melville, traverso and recorders;Andrei Streliaev, piano; Kathleen Kajioka,reader; Ben Grossman, sound; Debashis Sinha,visuals and video. Walter Hall, Edward JohnsonBldg., 80 Queen’s Park. 416-978-8849. Free.• 12:00 noon to 8:00: York University Departmentof Music. World Music Festival.Celtic Ensemble, Sherry Johnson, director;West African Ghana Ensemble, Kwasi Dunyo,director; Cuban Ensemble, Ruben Esguerra, director;Escola de Samba, Rick Lazar, director;Klezmer Ensemble, Brian Katz, director; andother ensembles. Various rooms in the AccoladeEast Bldg., 4700 Keele St. 416-736-2100x22926. Free.• 12:10: Nine Sparrows Arts Foundation/Christ Church Deer Park. Lunchtime ChamberMusic. Joyce Lai, violin; Jacquline Leung, piano.Christ Church Deer Park, 1570 Yonge St.416-241-1298. Free, donations welcome.• 12:15: Metropolitan United Church. Noonat Met. San Agustin Duo: Diana Dumlavwalla,piano; Emma Banfield, violin. 56 Queen St. E.416-363-0331 x26. Free.• 3:00: Tapestry Chamber Choir. Handel:Tapestry with the York Chamber Ensemble.Handel: Psalm 110: Dixit Dominus. TonyMarch 1 – April 7, 2012thewholenote.com 37

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