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Volume 17 Issue 8 - May 2012

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conductor. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe St.416-593-4828 or 416-593-0688(Chinese).–5. Also Jun 7.Thursday June 07• 12:10: Nine Sparrows Arts Foundation/Christ Church Deer Park. Lunchtime ChamberMusic. Christopher James, flute; AaronJames, piano. Christ Church Deer Park, 1570Yonge St. 416-241-1298. Free, donationswelcome.• 12:15: Metropolitan United Church. Noonat Met. Marina Tchepel, soprano. 56 Queen St.E. 416-363-0331 x26. Free.• 2:00: Toronto Public Library NorthernDistrict. Orchardviewers: Ensemble Polaris.Arctic fusion band. 40 Orchard View Blvd., Rm.224. 416-393-7619. Free.• 7:30: Canadian Children’s Opera Company/Luminato.Laura’s Cow: The Legend ofLaura Secord. Music by E. Gay; libretto by M.P.Albano. Ann Cooper Gay, conductor. EnwaveTheatre, Harbourfront Centre, 231 Queen’sWednesday May 02• 12:00 noon: Midday Music with Shigeru.Outstanding Participants of the Barrie KiwanisMusic Festival. Hi-Way Pentecostal Church,50 Anne St. N., Barrie. 705-726-1181. ;free(st).• 2:00: Shaw Festival. Ragtime. Music by S.Flaherty; lyrics by L. Ahrens; book by TerrenceMcNally; based on the novel by E. L. Doctorow.With by Benedict Campbell (Father); PattyJamieson (Mother); Evan Alexander Smith(Younger Brother); Guy Bannerman (Grandfather);Thom Allison (Coalhouse) and others;Paul Sportelli, music director; Jackie Maxwell,stage director. Shaw Festival Theatre, 10Queen’s Parade, Niagara-on-the-Lake. 1-800-511-7429. .12–4.35. In previews May3, 4, 5, 9, 10, 12, 13, 16–19, 24, 25; opensMay 26; continues May 30, 31, June 1, 3, 6;runs to October 2012; start times vary.• 2:00: Stratford Shakespeare Festival.42nd Street. Music by H. Warren; lyrics by A.Dubin; book by M. Stewart and M. Bramble;based on the novel by B. Ropes. With Sean Arbuckle(Julian Marsh); Kyle Blair (Billy Lawlor);Cynthia Dale (Dorothy Brock); Jennifer RiderShaw (Peggy Sawyer); Naomi Costain (Anne“Anytime Reilly”); and others; Michael Barber,music director; Gary Griffin, stage director.Festival Theatre, 55 Queen St., Stratford.1-800-567-1600. –; –(sr);–(st, with ID). In previews May 2, 4, 5,10, 11, 15, 18, 19, 24, 26; opens May 29; continuesJune 2, 7; runs to October 2012; starttimes vary.• 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony. Baroque& Beyond: Musical Jokes. Biber: Battalia;Mozart: Ein musikalischer Spass (a MusicalJoke); Telemann: Grillen-symphonie (CricketSymphony); Haydn: Symphony No.45“Farewell.” Stephen Sitarski, conductor. FirstUnited Church, 16 William St. W.,Waterloo.A. Concerts in the GTAB. Concerts Beyond the GTAQuay W. 416-973-4000. ; (sr); (st).Runs to Jun 10.• 7:30: Leaside United Church. Dream theImpossible. Music from Broadway, Hollywoodand more. Guest Brian Roman, voice. LeasideUnited Church Chancel Choir and JuniorChoir; Sharon L. Beckstead, conductor. LeasideUnited Church, 822 Millwood Rd. 416-425-1253. ; (under 12). Proceeds to LeasideUnited Church.• 8:00: Civic Light Opera. Dear World. SeeMay 23.• 8:00: Musica Beth Tikvah. Gala Concert:Remembering Srul. Selections from Srul IrvingGlick’s instrumental compositions. Moshe Hammer,violin; Judy Loman, harp; Valerie Tryon,piano; Anthony Thompson, clarinet; Beth TikvahGala String Orchestra. Beth Tikvah Synagogue,3080 Bayview Ave. 416-221-3433. . Proceedsto benefit the Beth Tikvah Musical HeritageFund.1709 07 8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra.Schumann & Shostakovich. See Jun 6.IN THIS ISSUE: Baden, Barrie, Bayfield, Bobcaygeon, Bolton,Brantford, Cobourg, Collingwood, Elora, Erin, Goderich, Guelph,Hamilton, Kingston, Kitchener, London, Midland, Mindemoya,New Hamburg, Niagara on-the-Lake, Owen Sound, Paris,Parry Sound, Peterborough, Port Hope, Simcoe, St. Catharines,Stratford, Waterloo and Whitby.519-745-4711 or 1-888-745-4717. . AlsoMay 4 (Guelph) and May 5 (Cambridge).• 2:00: Shaw Festival. Ragtime. See May 2.Thursday May 03• 2:00: Stratford Shakespeare Festival. Piratesof Penzance. Sean Arbuckle (Pirate King);Kyle Blair (Frederic); Amy Wallis (Mabel Stanley);and others; Franklin Brasz, music director;Ethan McSweeny, stage director. Avon Theatre,99 Downie St., Stratford. 1-800-567-1600. –. In previews May 3, 5, 8, 9,12, 14, 17, 19, 21, 23, 25, 26, 28, 31; opensJune 1; continues June 2, 6; runs to October23; start times vary.Friday May 04• 12:15: St. Jude’s Anglican Church. NoonSeries. Music for organ solo and organ fourhands. Stephanie Burgoyne and William Vandertuin,organ. 81 Peel St., Brantford. 519-752-0965. Free.• 2:00: Shaw Festival. Ragtime. See May 2.• 2:00: Stratford Shakespeare Festival.42nd Street. See May 2.• 7:30: Peterborough Pop Ensemble. GoodOl’ A Cappella. Guest: Cadence, a cappellaquartet. 1421 Lansdowne St. W., Peterborough.705-740-6052. ; (st).• 8:00: Eggplant Entertainment. An Eveningwith Measha Brueggergosman. “I’ve Got ACrush On You” CD release concert, featuringworks by Gershwin, Porter, Lerner & Lowe, R.Sexmith, J. Mitchell, L. Feist and others. WithAaron Davis, piano; Robert Piltch, guitar; MartyMelanson, bass; John Johnson and ChrisMitchell, woodwinds; Dave Burton, drums.Grand Theatre, 218 Princess St., Kingston.613-530-2050. .50–.50.• 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony. Baroque& Beyond: Musical Jokes. Biber: Battalia;Mozart: Ein musikalischer Spass (aMusical Joke); Telemann: Grillen-symphonie(Cricket Symphony); Haydn: Symphony No.45“Farewell.” Stephen Sitarski, conductor. HarcourtUnited Memorial Church, 87 DeanAve., Guelph. 519-745-4711 or 1-888-745-4717. . Also May 2 (Waterloo) and May 5(Cambridge).Saturday May 05• 2:00: King Edward Choir. Feathers onthe Page. World premiere of commission byplaywright/composer Leslie Arden. Hi-WayPentecostal Church, 50 Anne St. N., Barrie.705-252-5212. /(adv); (17and under); (concert and gala). See listingssection D, “The ETCeteras,” under Galas& Fundraisers.• 2:00: Shaw Festival. Ragtime. See May 2.• 2:00: Stratford Shakespeare Festival.42nd Street. See May 2.• 3:00: St. Paul’s United Church. Sundays atThree: Variety Concert. Sean Colwell, trumpet;choir and soloists of St. Paul’s. 48 BroadwayW., Paris. 519-752-0965. Free.• 7:30: Bobcaygeon Music Council. LocalComposers and Artists. Featuring music byS. terHart, P. Crouch and B. Vant Erve. TrinityChurch, 42 William St., Bobcaygeon. 705-738-1975. ; (child).• 7:30: Northumberland Orchestra &Choir. A Feast of Baroque. Handel/Hardy:Water Music Suite; Vivaldi: Summer and Winterfrom The Four Seasons; Bach: Magnificat.Michael Newnham, conductor; guest: DavidShewchuk, violin. Trinity United Church, 284Division St., Cobourg. 905-372-2210. ;(sr); (st); free(under 12, with accompanyingadult).• 7:30: Serenata Community Choir. SpringSongs. Selection of sacred and secular music.Gary Heard, conductor. St. Paul’s UnitedChurch, 308 King St., Midland. 705-526-4724. ; (st).• 8:00: Da Capo Chamber Choir. CelebratingHome. Works by Schafer, Chatman and otherCanadian composers. Guest: Catherine Robertson,piano. St. John the Evangelist AnglicanChurch, 23 Water St. N., Kitchener. 519-725-7549. ; (sr/st); (eyeGO). Also May6(mat).• 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony. Baroque& Beyond: Musical Jokes. Biber: Battalia;Mozart: Ein musikalischer Spass (aMusical Joke); Telemann: Grillen-symphonie(Cricket Symphony); Haydn: SymphonyNo.45 “Farewell.” Stephen Sitarski, conductor.Central Presbyterian Church, 7 Queens Sq.,Cambridge. 519-745-4711 or 1-888-745-4717. . Also May 2 (Waterloo) and May 4(Guelph).• 8:00: NUMUS. The Element Choir. Newworks for improvisational choir. Element Choir,Christine Duncan, director; Jean Martin, percussion;William Parker, bass; Jim Lewis,trumpet; Eric Robertson, organ. Knox UnitedChurch, 50 Erb St. W., Waterloo. 519-896-3362. ; (sr); (under 29); (strush).• 8:00: Serenata Music. Trombone: A VoiceThrough Time. Alain Trudel, trombone/conductor;Stephan Sylvestre, piano; Orchestra London.Wolf Performance Hall, London PublicLibrary, 251 Dundas St., London. 519-433-8332. ; (st).• 8:00: Stratford Shakespeare Festival. Piratesof Penzance. See May 3.Sunday May 06• 2:30: Georgian Music. Nathaniel Dett Chorale.Spiritual, gospel, jazz, blues and classicalworks. Hi-Way Pentecostal Church, 50 AnneSt. N., Barrie. 705-726-1181. By subscriptiononly.• 2:30: Orchestra Kingston. Light-heartedClassics. David: Concertino for Trombone No.4;and works by von Suppé, Strauss, Tchaikovsky,Palmer and Copland. John Palmer, conductor;guest: Taylor Donaldson, trombone. SalvationArmy Citadel, 802 Centennial Dr., Kingston.613-382-2276. ; .• 3:00: Da Capo Chamber Choir. CelebratingHome. See May 5.• 3:00: La Jeunesse Youth Orchestra. SonicBloom. Works by Mussorgsky, Strauss, Prokofiev,Shostakovich and Dvořák. Port HopeUnited Church, 34 South St., Port Hope.1-866-460-5956. ; (st); (family).• 3:00: Wellington Winds. Gandalf MeetsGodzilla. Music by Chance, Whitacre, de Meij,Pryor and Hartman. John Monkhouse, trombone;Jim Edwards, euphonium; Daniel Warren,conductor. Knox Presbyterian Church, 50Erb St. W., Waterloo. 519-579-3097. ;; free(st).• 7:30: Achill Choral Society. Pomp and Circumstance.Music for grand occasions, includingMozart’s Coronation Mass K317. A. DaleWood, conductor. Christ Church Anglican,22 Nancy St., Bolton. 705-435-1091. ;(13 and under).Monday May 07• 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo ChamberMusic Society. Made in Canada Piano Quartet.Brahms: Piano Quartet No.3 in c; Dvořák:Piano Quartet No.2 in Eb Op.87. Angela Park,piano; Elissa Lee, violin; Tawnya Popoff, viola;Rachel Mercer, cello. KWCMS Music Room, 57Young St. W., Waterloo. 519-886-1673. ;(sr); (st).Tuesday May 08• 2:00: Stratford Shakespeare Festival. Piratesof Penzance. See May 3.Wednesday May 09• 2:00: Shaw Festival. Ragtime. See May 2.• 2:30: Seniors Serenade. Moon Glow. GeoffMulholland, piano; John Potts, guitar. CentralUnited Church, 54 Ross St., Barrie. Free.• 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber MusicSociety. Made in Canada Piano Quartet.Dvořák: Piano Quartet No.1 in D Op.23. AngelaPark, piano; Elissa Lee, violin; Tawnya Popoff,viola; Rachel Mercer, cello. KWCMS MusicRoom, 57 Young St. W., Waterloo. 519-886-1673. ; (sr); (st).• 8:00: Stratford Shakespeare Festival. Piratesof Penzance. See May 3.Thursday May 10• 2:00: Shaw Festival. Ragtime. See May 2.• 2:00: Stratford Shakespeare Festival.42nd Street. See May 2.• 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony. NationalChinese Acrobats. Works by Verdi, Mozart,J. Strauss, Massenet, Stravinsky andothers. Hunan Acrobatic Troupe; Evan Mitchell,conductor. Centre in the Square, 101 Queen St.N., Kitchener. 519-745-4711 or 1-888-745-4717. and up. Also May 11.Friday May 11• 12:15: St. Jude’s Anglican Church. NoonSeries. Andrew Keegan Mackriell, organ. 81Peel St., Brantford. 519-752-0965. Free.• 7:30: Bach Elgar Choir. Mega Vespers.Works by Rachmaninoff, G. Gabrieli, A. Gabrieli,Lassus and Palestrina. Alla Ossipova, alto;46 thewholenote.com May 1 – June 7, 2012

Stanislav Vitort, tenor; guest: Masterworksof Oakville Choir. Melrose United Church, 86Homewood Ave., Hamilton. 905-527-5995.; (sr); (st). Also May 12(WestdaleUnited, Hamilton).• 7:30: Melos Chamber Choir and Orchestra.The Age of Change. Works by Monteverdi,Schutz and Gibbons. St. George’s Cathedral,270 King St. E., Kingston. 613-549-7125.; (sr); (st).• 8:00: Acoustic Muse Concerts. SmalesPace/Change of Pace Folk Reunion #2. WithMose Scarlett, Ken Whiteley, Chris Whiteley,Marianne Girard, Paul Mills and others; DougMcArthur and Ken Palmer, emcees. AeolianHall, 795 Dundas St., London. 519-672-7950or 519-672-1967. /(adv).• 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony. NationalChinese Acrobats. See May 10.• 8:00: Open Ears/Wilfrid Laurier University/RareCharitable Research Reserve. EnvironmentalRhythms: Jesse Stewart & Friends.The Turret, Wilfrid Laurier University, 75 UniversityAve. W., Waterloo. 519-579-8564.; (st).• 8:00: Perimeter Institute. Classical WorldArtists Series: Evelyn Glennie, percussion.Works by Piazzolla, Reich, Zivkovic, Glennieand others. Mike Lazaridis Theatre of Ideas,31 Caroline St. N., Waterloo. 519-883-4480.; (st, with ID).• 8:00: Stratford Shakespeare Festival.42nd Street. See May 2.Saturday May 12• 2:00: Stratford Shakespeare Festival. Piratesof Penzance. See May 3.• 7:30: Bach Elgar Choir. Mega Vespers.Works by Rachmaninoff, G. Gabrieli, A. Gabrieli,Lassus and Palestrina. Alla Ossipova, alto;Stanislav Vitort, tenor; guest: Masterworksof Oakville Choir. Westdale United Church, 99North Oval, Hamilton. 905-527-5995. ;(sr); (st). Also May 11(Melrose United,Hamilton).• 7:30: Espressivo Singers. Ave Maria: MusicInspired by the Virgin Mary. John-Charles Coolen,director. Westminster United Church, 1850Rossland Rd. E., Whitby. 905-435-3439. ;(12 and under).• 7:30: Huronia Symphony Orchestra. Fromthe New World and Beyond. Dvořák: SymphonyNo.9 in e Op.95; Raum: Sir Gawain and theGreen Knight; Beethoven: Coriolanus Overture;Verdi: Fantasia Rigoletto. Heidi Van Der Wal,clarinet; Oliver Balaburski, conductor. NewLife Brethren in Christ Church, 28 Tracey Ln.,Collingwood. 705-721-4752. ; (st);(child). Also May 13 (Barrie).• 7:30: Peterborough Singers. Fauré Requiem.Claire de Sévigné, soprano; Andrew Tees,bass; Ian Sadler, organ; Talisker Players; SydneyBirrell, conductor. George Street UnitedChurch, 534 George St. N., Peterborough.705-745-1820. ; (st).• 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber MusicSociety. Wellington Winds Ensembles.Works by Bozza, Grieg, Forte, Koetsier, Prevertand Purves-Smith. KWCMS Music Room, 57Young St. W., Waterloo. 519-886-1673. ;(sr); (st).• 8:00: Open Ears. Natural Resources. Worksfor percussion by J.L. Adams, J.M. Burke, Ledroit,Globokar & Burtner and Southam. TorQPercussion Quartet; insertTITLE; Morris Palter,Nicholas Papador, percussion. Maureen ForresterHall, Wilfrid Laurier University, 75 UniversityAve. W., Waterloo. 519-579-8564.; (st).• 8:00: Shaw Festival. Ragtime. See May 2.• 8:00: TACTUS Vocal Ensemble. OH HEN-RY! Music Fit for a King. Works by and forHenry VIII and music from his court and chapels.Christina Hutten, harpsichord and organ.Church of Our Lady Immaculate, 28 NorfolkSt., Guelph. 519-766-0371 or 519-885-9167.; (st). POSTPONEDSunday May 13• 2:00: Shaw Festival. Ragtime. See May 2.• 2:30: Niagara Symphony. MasterWorks IV.Estacio: Spring’s Promise; Bruch: Violin ConcertNo.1 in g; Brahms: Symphony No.1 inc. Erika Raum, violin; Bradley Thachuk, conductor.905-688-5550 x3257 or 1-866-617-3257. Sean O’Sullivan Theatre, 500 GlenridgeAve., St. Catharines. .50; .50(sr);.50(under 30); (child).• 3:00: Kawartha Youth Orchesta. Musicfor Mother’s Day. Tchaikovsky: 1812 Overture;Schubert: Symphony No.3; Elgar: Pompand Circumstance No.1; Grieg: Wedding Dayat Troldhaugen; Mancini: Pink Panther; Schifrin/Custer:Themefrom Mission Impossible.Michael Newnham, conductor. Market HallTheatre, 140 Charlotte St., Peterborough.705-749-1146. /(adv); (st/WelcomePass).• 3:00: Nota Bene Baroque. Bach MeetsFrederick the Great. Works by Bach, Frederickthe Great and his court composers. Guests:Emma Elkinson, baroque flute; Colin Fox, narrator.Registry Theatre, 122 Frederick St., Kitchener.519-745-6565. ; (sr); (st);(under 18).• 3:30: Huronia Symphony Orchestra. Fromthe New World and Beyond. Dvořák: SymphonyNo.9 in e Op.95; Raum: Sir Gawain and theGreen Knight; Beethoven: Coriolanus Overture;Verdi: Fantasia Rigoletto. Heidi Van Der Wal,clarinet; Oliver Balaburski, conductor. W.A.Fisher Auditorium, 125 Dunlop St. W., Barrie.705-721-4752. ; (st); (child). AlsoMay 12 (Collingwood).• 7:30: Cuckoo’s Nest Folk Club. AlistairBrown. Chaucer’s Pub, 122 Carling St., London.519-672-1967. /(adv).Monday May 14• 2:00: Stratford Shakespeare Festival. Piratesof Penzance. See May 3.Tuesday May 15• 2:00: Stratford Shakespeare Festival.42nd Street. See May 2.• 2:00: Stratford Shakespeare Festival/Schulich Children’s Plays. You’re a GoodMan, Charlie Brown. Book, music and lyricsby C. Gesner. Stephen Patterson (Snoopy);Erica Peck (Lucy); Ken James Stewart (CharlieBrown); Andrew Broderick (Schroeder);Amy Wallis (Sally); Kevin Yee (Linus); andothers; Donna Feore, director and choreographer.Avon Theatre, 99 Downie St., Stratford.1-800-567-1600. –; –(sr);–(st, with ID). In previews May 15, 16,18, 19, 22, 24, 26; 29; opens May 30; continuesJune 2, 5; runs to October 2012; starttimes vary.Wednesday May 16• 11:00am: Shaw Festival. Ragtime. SeeMay 2.• 12:00 noon: Music at St. Andrew’s. TomLoney, organ; Floyd Hall, saxophone and clarinet.St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, 47 OwenSt., Barrie. 705-726-1181. ; free(st).• 2:00: Stratford Shakespeare Festival/Schulich Children’s Plays. You’re a GoodMan, Charlie Brown. See May 15.• 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber MusicSociety. Lucy Zhang, violin, and Ben Darwin,piano. Works by Beethoven, Debussy, Lau andBrahms. KWCMS Music Room, 57 Young St.W., Waterloo. 519-886-1673. ; (sr);(st).Thursday May 17• 2:00: Stratford Shakespeare Festival. Piratesof Penzance. See May 3.• 7:15: Skyliners Big Band. Concert andDance. Swing music, Latin standards and ballads.With Maria Branje, vocals. Barrie CityHall, 70 Collier St., Barrie. 705-487-2574.Free.• 8:00: Eggplant Entertainment. An Eveningwith Measha Brueggergosman. Songs by Feist,J. Mitchell, the Gershwins, Porter and more.With Aaron Davis, piano; Robert Piltch, guitar;Marty Melanson, bass; John Johnson and ChrisMitchell, woodwinds; Dave Burton, drums.Showplace, 290 George St. N., Peterborough.705-742-7469. .50.• 8:00: Shaw Festival. Ragtime. SeeMay 2.Friday May 18• 12:15: St. Jude’s Anglican Church. NoonSeries. Joel Vanderzee, organ. 81 Peel St.,Brantford. 519-752-0965. Free.• 2:00: Shaw Festival. Ragtime. See May 2.• 2:00: Stratford Shakespeare Festival/Schulich Children’s Plays. You’re a GoodMan, Charlie Brown. See May 15.• 8:00: Stratford Shakespeare Festival.42nd Street. See May 2.Saturday May 19• 2:00: Shaw Festival. Ragtime. See May 2.• 2:00: Stratford Shakespeare Festival.42nd Street. See May 2.• 2:00: Stratford Shakespeare Festival. Piratesof Penzance. See May 3.• 2:00: Stratford Shakespeare Festival/Schulich Children’s Plays. You’re a GoodMan, Charlie Brown. See May 15.Sunday May 20• 3:00: Serenata Music. Music Alive! TrioDésirée (Désirée Till, soprano; Coenraad Bloemendal,cello; Erica Goodman, harp); with DonThompson, piano. Wolf Performance Hall, LondonPublic Library, 251 Dundas St., London.519-433-8332. ; (st).• 7:30: Music at St. Mark’s. Lord NelsonMass. Haydn. St. Mark’s choir and orchestra.Atis Bankas, leader; Michael Tansley, conductor.St. Mark’s Anglican Church, 41 Byron St.,Niagara-on-the-Lake. 905-468-3123. .Monday May 21• 2:00: Stratford Shakespeare Festival. Piratesof Penzance. See May 3.Tuesday May 22• 2:00: Stratford Shakespeare Festival/Schulich Children’s Plays. You’re a GoodMan, Charlie Brown. See May 15.• 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber MusicSociety. Trio Concertante. Beethoven: TrioNo.2; Curcin: Gypsy; Schubert: Trio No.1 in B-flat. Nancy Dahn, violin; Simon Fryer, cello;Timothy Steeves, piano. KWCMS Music Room,57 Young St. W., Waterloo. 519-886-1673.; (sr); (st).Wednesday May 23• 2:00: Stratford Shakespeare Festival. Piratesof Penzance. See May 3.• 2:00: Shaw Festival. Ragtime. See May 2.Thursday May 24• 2:00: Stratford Shakespeare Festival.42nd Street. See May 2.• 2:00: Stratford Shakespeare Festival/Schulich Children’s Plays. You’re a GoodMan, Charlie Brown. See May 15.Friday May 25• 12:15: St. Jude’s Anglican Church. NoonSeries. Randy Mills, organ. 81 Peel St., Brantford.519-752-0965. Free.• 2:00: Stratford Shakespeare Festival. Piratesof Penzance. See May 3.• 7:30: Centre for the Arts, Brock University.Straight No Chaser. Jazz a cappellaensemble. 905-688-5550 x3257 or 1-866-617-3257. Sean O’Sullivan Theatre, 500 GlenridgeAve., St. Catharines. .• 8:00: Shaw Festival. Ragtime. See May 2.Saturday May 26• 1:00: Stratford Shakespeare Festival. Piratesof Penzance. See May 3.• 3:00: Classics in the Country ConcertSeries. Yunova Taranova, piano. Original classicalcompositions, improvisations and arrangements.Elora Centre for the Performing Arts,75 Melville St., Elora. 416-978-8849. ;(sr/st). Also 5:00.• 5:00: Classics in the Country ConcertSeries. Yunova Taranova, piano. See 3:00.• 7:00: Guelph Youth Singers. Celebrate theSky. Classical repertoire, folk, jazz and spirituals.Ken Gee, piano; Linda Beaupré, conductor.River Run Centre, 35 Woolwich St., Guelph.519-763-3000. ; (sr/st).• 7:00: Stratford Shakespeare Festival.42nd Street. See May 2.• 7:00: Stratford Shakespeare Festival/Schulich Children’s Plays. You’re a GoodMay 1 – June 7, 2012thewholenote.com 47

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