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Volume 18 Issue 8 - May 2013

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Includes the 2013 Canary Pages choral directory.

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floor), 401 Richmond St. W. 416-599-7323..● ● 8:00: Show One Productions/StarvoxEntertainment. The Giacomo Variations.Sturminger. Fusion of theatre and operabased on the life of Giacomo Casanova. Featuringarias by Mozart. John Malkovich, actor;Ingeborga Dapkūnaitė, actor; Florian Boesch,B. Concerts Beyond the GTAIN THIS ISSUE: Barrie, Brantford, Collingwood, Dundas, Guelph,Hamilton, Kingston, Kitchener, London, Midland, Niagara-on-the-Lake,Peterborough, Port Hope, St. Catharines, Stratford and Waterloo.Wednesday May 1● ● 12:00 noon: Midday Music with Shigeru.Outstanding Participants of the BarrieKiwanis Music Festival. Hi-Way PentecostalChurch, 50 Anne St. N., Barrie. 705-726-1181.; free(st).● ● 12:15: Wednesday Noon Concerts. Coloursof Spring. Varied announced works,mainly classical. Elizabeth Lepock, soprano;Jason White, piano. St. Andrew’s PresbyterianChurch, 54 Queen St. N., Kitchener. 519-576-2129. Free.● ● 2:00: Shaw Festival. Guys and Dolls. Musicand lyrics by Loesser; book by Swerling andBurrows. Elodie Gillett (Sarah Brown); KyleBlair (Sky Masterson); Jenny L. Wright (MissAdelaide); Shawn Wright, (Nathan Detroit);Thom Allison, (Nicely-Nicely Johnson); andothers; Tadeusz Bradecki, stage director; PaulSportelli, music director. Shaw Festival Theatre,10 Queen’s Parade, Niagara-on-the-Lake. 905-468-21721 or 1-800-511-7429. and up; and up(sr); -(st). Runs toOctober 12. Start times vary. LISTING NOTREPEATED.● ● 8:00: Sanderson Centre for the PerformingArts. Buddy Wasisname and theOther Fellers. Comedy presented with adiverse repertoire of music and instrumentsincluding improvised percussion. Kevin Blackmore,mandolin/fiddle/guitar/vocals; RayJohnson, accordian/fiddle/vocals; WayneChaulk, bass/guitar/vocals; Byron Pardy,bass. 88 Dalhousie St., Brantford. 519-758-8090 or 1-800-265-0710. . Also May2(mat).Thursday May 2● ● 2:00: Sanderson Centre for the PerformingArts. Buddy Wasisname and theOther Fellers. See May 1.Friday May 3● ● 12:15: St. Jude’s Anglican Church. NoonRecital. Stephanie Burgoyne, organ. 81Peel St., Brantford. 519-752-0965. Freewilloffering.● ● 8:00: Aeolian Hall. Pavlo. Mediterraneanguitar. 795 Dundas St. E., London. 519-672-7950. /(adv).● ● 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony.Viennese Delights. Strauss: Overture toDie Fledermaus; Webern: Symphony Op.21;Mozart: Violin Concerto No.3 in G; Weber:Concertino for Clarinet in E-flat; Haydn: SymphonyNo.94 in G “Surprise”; Strauss: BlueDanube Waltz. Anita Walsh, violin; RossEdwards, clarinet; James Judd, conductor.Centre in the Square, 101 Queen St. N.,A. Concerts in the GTAbaritone; Sophie Klußmann, soprano; OrchesterWiener Akademie, Martin Haselböck,conductor. Elgin Theatre, 189 Yonge St. 1-855-622-2787. -5. Also Jun 8(mat and eve),9(7:00).●●Jun07 8:00: Soulpepper. The Barber ofSeville. See May 9.Kitchener. 519-745-4711 or 888-745-4717. -. Also May 4, 5(mat).Saturday May 4● ● 2:00: Stratford Festival. Fiddler on theRoof. Book by J. Stein; music by J. Bock; lyricsby S. Harnick. Based on Sholem Aleichemstories. Kate Hennig (Golde); Scott Wentworth(Tevye); Jennifer Stewart (Tzeitel);Jacquelyn French (Hodel); Keely Hutton(Chava); Gabrielle Jones (Yente); and others;Donna Feore, director and choreographer;Shelley Hanson, music director. Festival Theatre,55 Queen St., Stratford. 519-273-1600or 1-800-567-1600. -; (18 andunder). Runs to October 20. Check websitefor performance dates and times. LISTINGNOT REPEATED.● ● 2:30: Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony.Family Series: The Harmony Factory. EvanMitchell, conductor. Centre in the Square, 101Queen St. N., Kitchener. 519-745-4711 or 888-745-4717. ; (child). 1:15: Pre-concert artactivities and musical demonstrations.● ● 3:00: Metropolitan United Church. Music@ Met. Daniel Roth, organ. 468 Wellington St.,London. 519-432-7189 x27. Free.● ● 7:00: Grand Philharmonic Children’sChoir. We Will Find An Answer. Worksby Papoulis. Guests: St. Mary’s Children’sChoir, Andrea de Boer-Jones, conductor.First United Church, 16 William St. N., Waterloo.519-578-6885. ; (under 30);(eyeGo).● ● 7:30: Chorus Niagara. Verdi Requiem.Marking 200th anniversary of Verdi’s birthwith over 200 choristers and instrumentalists,and four soloists. Lake Street Armoury,81 Lake St., St. Catherines. 905-688-5550x3257 or 1-866-617-3257. ; (sr);(st). Post-concert reception, candle lightingceremony and cake, in celebration ofChorus Niagara’s 50th year.● ● 7:30: John Laing Singers. Morning andEvening. Tavener: Svyati; Bach: music fromCello Suite No.1 (new choral adaptation by R.Bergs); and works by Rutter, Byrd, Vasks andDvořák. Mercer-Park Duo (Rachel Mercer,cello; Angela Park, piano); Guest: YehonatanBerick, violin. St. Paul’s United Church, 29Park St. W., Dundas. 905-628-5238. ;(st). Also May 5(mat, Burlington, see GTAlistings).● ● 7:30: King Edward Choir. Spring Awakening.Orff: Carmina Burana; Sifuba: South AfricanChoral Suite; and others. Collier StreetUnited Church, 112 Collier St., Barrie. 705-734-0116. /(adv); (17 and under).● ● 7:30: Serenata Community Choir. OurFavourite Things: 25th Anniversary Concert.A selection of sacred and secular music. GaryHeard, conductor. St. Paul’s United Church,308 King St., Midland. 705-526-4724. ;(st).● ● 8:00: DaCapo Chamber Choir. LeonardoDreams. Enns: Ten Thousand Riversof Oil; Whitacre: Leonardo Dreams of hisFlying Machine; Buhr: Richot Mass. St. Johnthe Evangelist Church, 23 Water St. N.,Kitchener. 519-725-7549. ; (sr/st);(eyeGO, child). Also May 5(mat, Waterloo).● ● 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony.Viennese Delights. See May 3.Sunday May 5● ● 2:30: Georgian Music. Bourbon Street toBroadway. Showtunes, swing and others.Foothills Brass. Central United Church, 54Ross St., Barrie. 705-726-1181. ; free withpurchase of next season’s series.● ● 2:30: Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony.Viennese Delights. See May 3.● ● 2:30: Mohawk College Community Choir.A Little “Light” Music. Selections from Soundof Music, Guys & Dolls, Phantom of the Operaand Les Misérables. David Holler and LucyBledig, vocals. St. Paul’s United Church, 29Park St. W., Dundas. 905-526-7938. ;(sr/st). Reception follows.● ● 2:30: Orchestra Kingston. In Concert.Palmer: Northern Light Overture; Haydn:Trumpet Concerto; Grieg: Peer Gynt SuiteNo.2 Op.55; Strauss Jr.: Wine, Women andSong Waltz Op.333; Verdi: Triumphal Marchfrom Aida. John Palmer, conductor. SalvationArmy Citadel, 816 Centennial Dr., Kingston.613-968-3737. ; (sr/st).● ● 3:00: DaCapo Chamber Choir. LeonardoDreams. Enns: Ten Thousand Rivers of Oil;Whitacre: Leonardo Dreams of his FlyingMachine; Buhr: Richot Mass. Knox PresbyterianChurch, 50 Erb St. W., Waterloo. 519-725-7549. ; (sr/st); (eyeGO, child). AlsoMay 4(eve, Kitchener).● ● 3:00: Kawartha Youth Orchestra. Soundsof Spring. Vivaldi: Spring (from The Four Seasons);and other works. Market Hall Theatre,140 Charlotte St., Peterborough. 705-749-1146. /(adv); (youth).● ● 3:30: Huronia Symphony Orchestra.Grand Finale. MacMillan: Fantasy on ScottishMelodies; Bruch: Violin Concerto No.1;Brahms: Symphony No. 3. Oliver Balaburski,conductor. Collier Street United Church, 112Collier St., Barrie. 705-721-4752. ; (st);(child).● ● 3:30: Melos Choir and Chamber Orchestra.The Tudors. Byrd: Mass for Four Voices;Gibbons: This is the record of John; and otherworks. David Cameron, conductor; guests:Dylan Hayden, tenor; consort of viols, harpsichordand organ. St. George’s CathedralGreat Hall, 129 Wellington St., Kingston. 613-549-7125. .Tuesday May 7● ● 7:30: Perimeter Institute. Classical WorldArtists: Concert No. 4. Works by Bach,Debussy, Gubaidulina, Saint-Saëns and Sarasate.Karen Gomyo, violin; Dina Vainshtein,piano. Mike Lazaridis Theatre of Ideas, 31Caroline St. N., Waterloo. 519-833-4480. ;(st, w/ID).● ● 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo ChamberMusic Society. Dmitris Kotronakis, classicalguitar. Bach: Chaconne (arr. Kotronakis);Paganini: Caprices Nos. 1, 20, 16 and 24;Moraitis: 9 Sketches (Dedicated to DK); Rak:Russian Waltzes; Piazzolla: Suite Troileana;Roland Dyens: Hommage á Villa-Lobo.KWCMS Music Room, 57 Young St. W., Waterloo.519-886-1673. ; (sr); (st).Wednesday May 8● ● 12:15: Wednesday Noon Concerts. Coloursof Spring. Varied announced works, mainlyclassical. Ginny Scarfino, clarinet; Peter Bald,piano. St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, 54Queen St. N., Kitchener. 519-576-2129. Free.11:45: Light lunches available at modest cost.● ● 2:30: Seniors Serenade. Music of thePalm Court. Amity Piano Trio. Central UnitedChurch, 54 Ross St., Barrie. 705-726-1181.Free. Refreshments afterwards for .Thursday May 9● ● 8:00: Aeolian Hall. Alex Pangman, vocals:Album Release Concert. Swing. 795 DundasSt. E., London. 519-672-7950. /(adv);(sr/st).Friday May 10● ● 8:00: Aeolian Hall. Aeolian DiscoverySeries. Folk music. Aidan Knight; Folly andthe Hunter; Spencer Burton. 795 DundasSt. E., London. 519-672-7950. $18/(adv);(sr/st).Saturday May 11● ● 7:00: Grand Philharmonic Chamber Choir.Media Vita: In the Midst of Life. Sheppard:Media Vita; Tallis: Spem in Alium; Duruflé:Requiem. Guests: Toronto Chamber Choir;Mark Vuorinen, conductor. St. Andrew’sPresbyterian Church, 54 Queen St. N., Kitchener.519-578-6885. $18-; (under 30);(eyeGo).● ● 7:30: Peterborough Singers. Bach’s BMinor Mass. Leslie Fagan, soprano; LauraPudwell, mezzo; Adam Bishop, tenor; PeterMcGillivray, baritone; Talisker Players; SydneyBirrell, conductor; Ian Sadler, organ. GeorgeStreet United Church, 534 George St. N.,Peterborough. 705-745-1820. ; (st).● ● 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo ChamberMusic Society. Ensembles of WellingtonWinds. Duos, trios, quartets, and others.KWCMS Music Room, 57 Young St. W., Waterloo.519-886-1673. ; (sr); (st).● ● 8:00: Speak Music. Echo: CD Release Concert.Michael Reinhart, guitar/voice. MagnoliaCafé, 88 Yarmouth St., Guelph. 519-766-4663.; (with CD).Sunday May 12● ● 2:00: Gallery Players of Niagara. An Eveningwith Michael Kelly. Words-and-music recreationof an evening’s entertainment from1784 Vienna. Eybler Quartet: Aisslinn Noskyand Julia Wedman, violin; Patrick G. Jordan,viola; Margaret Gay, cello; guest: R.H. Thomson,actor. St. Barnabas Anglican Church, 31Queenston St., St. Catharines. 905-468-1525.; (sr); (st/child).● ● 3:00: Dundas Valley Orchestra. SpringConcert: Student Days. Works writtenby composers when they were students.Brahms: Academic Festival Overture;Thomas: Overture to McMaster Suite;Barletta; Relative Flutes; Romberg: Musicfrom the The Student Prince; Bizet: SymphonyNo.1; Elgar: Pomp and CircumstanceMarch No.1. St. Paul’s United Church, 29 ParkSt. W., Dundas. 905-387-4773. Free (PWYC).● ● 3:00: La Jeunesse Youth Orchestra. SonicBloom. Works by Martin, Williams, Wilson,Shore and others. Port Hope United Church,34 South St., Port Hope. 1-866-460-5596.48 | May 1 – June 7, 2013 thewholenote.com

; (st); (family).● ● 5:00: St. George’s Cathedral. Mother’s DayConcert. St. George’s Cathedral Children’sChoir; Michael Capon, director. Great Hall, St.George’s Cathedral, 129 Wellington St., Kingston.613-548-4617. Free; voluntary offeringcollected in support of the Children’s Choirprogram. 4:00: High Tea.Wednesday May 15● ● 12:00 noon: Music at St. Andrew’s. ChristopherDawes, Organ. St. Andrew’s PresbyterianChurch, 47 Owen St., Barrie.705-726-1181. ; free(st).● ● 12:15: Wednesday Noon Concerts. Coloursof Spring. Varied announced works, mainlyclassical. Mauro Bertoli, piano. St. Andrew’sPresbyterian Church, 54 Queen St. N., Kitchener.519-576-2129. Free. 11:45: Light lunchesavailable at modest cost.● ● 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo ChamberMusic Society. Mauro Bertoli, piano. Clementi:Sonata Op.47 No.2; Debussy: DeuxArabesques; Casella: 11 Children’s Pieces(selections); Poulenc: 3 Novelettes; Satie:Gnossienne Nos. 3 and 4; and other works.KWCMS Music Room, 57 Young St. W., Waterloo.519-886-1673. ; (sr); (st).Thursday May 16●●7:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony.Bugs Bunny at the Symphony. Screeningof Bugs Bunny cartoons with live orchestralaccompaniment based on the musicof Rossini, Wagner, Offenbach, Liszt, Tchaikovskyand others. What’s Opera, Doc?; TheRabbit of Seville; and other cartoons. GeorgeDaugherty, conductor. Centre in the Square,101 Queen St. N., Kitchener. 519-745-4711 or1-888-745-4717. -; -.50(child).● ● 8:00: Sunfest. Chico Pinheiro Quintet.Jazz. Aeolian Hall, 795 Dundas St. E., London.519-672-7950. /(adv).Friday May 17● ● 12:15: St. Jude’s Anglican Church. NoonOrgan Recital: Joel Vanderzee. 81 Peel St.,Brantford. 519-752-0965. Free.Sunday May 19● ● 2:00: Kitchener-Waterloo ChamberMusic Society. Laments and Exultations.di Lasso: Lamentations of Jeremiah(excerpts); Ginastera: Lamentations of Jeremiah(excerpts); Whitacre: Alleluia; Heppener:Canti Carnascialeschi (movements1 and 2); Weelkes: When David Heard; andother works. Marywood University ChamberSingers. Knox Presbyterian Church, 50 ErbSt. W., Waterloo. 519-886-1673. ; (sr);(st).Wednesday May 22● ● 12:15: Wednesday Noon Concerts. Coloursof Spring. Varied announced works, mainlyclassical. Renee Kruisselbrink, piano; andguests. St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, 54Queen St. N., Kitchener. 519-576-2129. Free.11:45: Light lunches available at modest cost.● ● 7:30: Remigio Pereira/Sun Media Niagara/Centrefor the Arts, Brock University.Benefit Concert: Niagara Youth Take Action.Includes opera, pop and hip-hop. Neverest;Remigio Pereira; Niagara Symphony Orchestra;Young Stitch; Sese; and others. SeanO’Sullivan Theatre, 500 Glenridge Ave., St.Catharines. 905-688-5550 x3257 or 1-866-617-3257. ; (st); 0(VIP). 6:30: VIPrefreshments; meet and greet. Concert insupport of Free the Children.Thursday May 23● ● 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo ChamberMusic Society. Seiler-Mercer-Park Trio.Mozart: Trio in G K496; Piazzolla: Oblivion;Schubert: Trio No.2 in E-flat D929. MayumiSeiler, violin; Rachel Mercer, cello; AngelaPark, piano. KWCMS Music Room, 57 YoungSt. W., Waterloo. 519-886-1673. ; (sr);(st).● ● 8:00: Ontario Guild of English HandbellRingers Festival. Tribute: Back to the Future– Raleigh Ringers in Concert. Raleigh RingersHandbell Ensemble; David Harris, conductor.Metropolitan United Church, 468 WellingtonSt., London. 519-432-5651. .Friday May 24● ● 12:15: St. Jude’s Anglican Church. NoonOrgan Recital: Colin Cousins. 81 Peel St.,Brantford. 519-752-0965. Free.● ● 7:30: Sound Investment CommunityChoir. Celebrate the Music! From Mozart toLes Miserables. Keiko Kuepfer, piano; BrianRae, conductor. Trinity United Church (Collingwood),140 Maple St., Collingwood. 705-293-0573. ; Free(12 and under). Also May25(mat).● ● 8:00: Sunfest. Kelly Lee Evans. Jazz vocals.Aeolian Hall, 795 Dundas St. E., London. 519-672-7950. /(adv).Saturday May 25● ● 1:00: Fields Institute for Research inMathematical Sciences (U of T)/Institutefor Quantum Computing (U of Waterloo).Random Walks: Music of Xenakis and Beyond– Grains of Sound: A Concert of Electroacoustics,Video and Robotic Performers. Xenakis:Concret PH; Varese: Poème électronique;Harley: Night-flowering … not even sand;Roads: Sculptor, Pictor Alpha, Epicurus; ArneEigenfeldt: Roboterstück; Coming Together:NotomotoN; Piché: Océanes. Richard Burrowsand Karmetik NotomotoN roboticperformers. Mike and Ophelia LazaridisQuantem-Nano Centre, University of Waterloo,200 University Ave. W., Waterloo. 519-888-4908. ; (st).● ● 4:00: Sound Investment CommunityChoir. Celebrate the Music! See May 24.● ● 5:00: Fields Institute for Research inMathematical Sciences (U of T)/PerimeterInstitute/Institute for Quantum Computing(U of Waterloo). Random Walks: Music ofXenakis and Beyond: Persephassa. Xenakis:Persephassa. TorQ Percussion Quartet; AiyunHuang and Morris Palter, percussion. WaterlooPark Cricket Pitch, 50 Young St. W., Waterloo.519-579-8564. Free.● ● 7:00: Guelph Youth Singers. It Takes A Village.Selections from Peter Pan, Oliver andAnne of Green Gables; and other works in avariety of styles. River Run Centre, 35 WoolwichSt., Guelph. 519-763-3000. ; (sr/st).● ● 7:30: Aeolian Hall. Canadian Celtic Choir.Guests: Michael Kelly Cavan; Butler FearonO’Connor School of Irish Dance. 795 DundasSt. E., London. 519-672-7950. .● ● 7:30: Bach Elgar Choir. Magnificat andPsalm: Works by Bach and Glick. JessicaMuirhead, soprano; Marion Samuel-Stevens,soprano; Margaret Bardos, alto; Bud Roach,tenor; Alex Cann, conductor. Melrose UnitedChurch, 86 Homewood Ave., Hamilton. 905-527-5995. .● ● 7:30: Hamilton Philharmonic YouthOrchestra. Triumphant Tchaikovsky. Tchaikovsky:Symphony No.5 in e. Colin Clarke,conductor. McIntyre Performing ArtsCentre, Mohawk College, 135 Fennell Ave. W.,Hamilton. 905-869-4796. ; (sr/st);(child).● ● 7:30: Lyrica Chamber Choir. New CanadianChoral Gems. Healey: SyracusanMotets (premiere); Enns: Te Deum Brevis;Henderson: God is our Song; Estacio: Mrs.Deegan from Eulogies; Mozetich: Sanctus.Burton Avenue United Church, 37 Burton Ave.,Barrie. 705-722-0271. ; (sr/st).● ● 8:00: Fields Institute for Research inMathematical Sciences (U of T)/PerimeterInstitute. Random Walks: Music of Xenakisand Beyond. Works by Cage, Abrahamsen,Wannamaker and Lachenmann. JACK Quartet:Christopher Otto, violin; Ari Streisfeld,violin; John Pickford Richards, violin; KevinMcFarland, cello. Mike Lazaridis Theatre ofIdeas, 31 Caroline St. N., Waterloo. 519-833-4480. ; (st, w/ID).● ● 8:00: Ontario Guild of English HandbellRingers Festival. Tribute: Back to the Future –OGEHR Festival Final Concert. Over 400 festivalhandbell ringers; David Harris, conductor.Alumni Hall, Western University, 1151 RichmondSt., London. 519-455-8895. .● ● 8:00: Port Hope Friends of Music. CanadianBrass. Port Hope United Church, 34South St., Port Hope. 905-797-2295. ;(under 30).Sunday May 26● ● 7:30: Aeolian Hall. Aeolian Trio. Mary-Elizabeth Brown, violin; Marion Miller, piano;Adrian Wright, cello. 795 Dundas St. E.,London. 519-672-7950. /(adv); (sr/st).Wednesday May 29● ● 12:15: Wednesday Noon Concerts. Coloursof Spring. Varied announced works, mainlyclassical. Debra Lacoste, trumpet; Ann-MarieMacDairmid, piano and organ. St. Andrew’sPresbyterian Church, 54 Queen St. N., Kitchener.519-576-2129. Free. 11:45: Light lunchesavailable at modest cost.Thursday May 30● ● 8:00: Aeolian Hall. André Laplante, piano.795 Dundas St. E., London. 519-672-7950./(adv); (sr); (st).Friday May 31● ● 5:00: Open Ears/CAFKA. Between theEars Festival. Erik Griswold: Spill; StringsAttached; Tenney: Having Never Writtena Note for Percussion. Ryan Scott, MorrisPalter, Greg Samek, Rich Burrows, AdamCambell and Dan Morphy, percussion. KitchenerCivic Square, 200 King St. W., Kitchener.519-579-8564. Free.● ● 8:00: Aeolian Hall. Connie Kaldor, singersongwriter.Folk music. 795 Dundas St. E.,London. 519-672-7950. /(adv).Saturday June 1● ● 7:30: Guelph Concert Band. The WonderfulWorld of Disney. Old and new Disney classics.Selections from Mary Poppins, The LionKing, The Incredibles, Pirates of the Caribbeanand others. Colin Clarke, conductor.Harcourt Memorial United Church, 87 DeanSt., Guleph. 1-877-520-2408. ; (sr/st);(eyeGO and child).● ● 7:30: Orillia Wind Ensemble. Soundsof Summer. Calleja: selected works;Kretschmar: Where the Dragonflies SwoonOp.92. Guest: Louie Madrid Calleja, conductor.St. Paul’s United Church, 29 ParkSt. W., Dundas. 705-326-8011. ; (sr);(st).● ● 8:00: Karen Schuessler Singers. Tributeto Carousel & Classic Broadway. Featuringselections from Carousel and other Broadwayshows. Guests: Amber Cunningham,Paul Grambo, Gillian Laidlaw and Kevin Bice,vocals. Wesley-Knox United Church, 91 AskinSt., London. 519-455-8895. /(adv);(sr)/$18(adv) (st); free(ages 6-12).Children under age 5 cannot be admitted.● ● 8:00: Open Ears/CAFKA. Between theEars Festival: Open Ears @ the Registry. Featuringmembers of the Canadian CreativeMusic Collective. La chamber des machines.Messier/Bernier (CCMC founding members).Registry Theatre, 122 Frederick St., Kitchener.519-579-8564. ; (sr); (st).● ● 10:00pm: Open Ears/CAFKA. Betweenthe Ears Festival: Open Ears Late Night @ theBarrister’s Lounge. Quirky and haunting melodieson ukulele and a suitcase from Martinand Haynes’ “Freedman” CD. Jean Martin,suitcase; Justin Haynes, ukulele. Barrister’sLounge, Walper Hotel, 1 King St, W., Kitchener.519-579-8564. Pay as you leave; suggested.Sunday June 2● ● 3:00: Grand River Chorus and CambridgeSymphony Orchestra. A Coronation for OurGenerations. Choral music from CoronationDay, June 2, 1953. Brant Community Church,69 Superior St., Brantford. 519-753-3405.; (sr/st); (child/high school st).6:00: Post-concert cocktails followed by CoronationDinner. 519-759-7885. .● ● 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo ChamberMusic Society. Agnes Wan, piano. Bach:French Suite No.6 in E; Beethoven: SonataNo.31 Op.110; Chu: Moon Reflections on LakeErquan; Schumann: Kreisleriana. KWCMSMusic Room, 57 Young St. W., Waterloo.PORT HOPE38th SEASON 2012-2013May 25 th8:00 PMPort Hope United ChurchTICKETSwww.porthopefriendsofmusic.cathewholenote.com May 1 – June 7, 2013 | 49

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