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Volume 19 Issue 3 - November 2013

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  • November
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●●7:30: St. Michael’s Choir School. A TorontoChristmas Tradition. Charissa Bagan, JerzyCichocki and Teri Dunn, conductors; WilliamO’ Meara, accompanist; St. Michael’s Choir.Massey Hall, 178 Victoria St. 416-872-4255.-. Also Dec 8, 3:00pm.●●7:30: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Casual:All Tchaikovsky. Tchaikovsky: Variationson a Rococo Theme; Symphony No.5. NarekHakhnazaryan, cello; Marcelo Lehninger, conductor.Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe St. 416-593-4828 or Chinese hotline: 416-593-0688.–5. Post-concert party with live music.Also Dec 6.●●7:30: University of Toronto Faculty ofMusic. Wind Ensemble Concert. Adams:Short Ride on a Fast Machine; Benson: TheLeaves are Falling; Good: Sun-Moon TromboneConcerto (premiere); Maslanka: SymphonyNo. 4. Dale Sorensen, trombone.MacMillan Theatre, Edward Johnson Building,80 Queen’s Park. 416-408-0208. ;(sr); (st).●●7:30: VOCA Chorus of Toronto. Songs ofJoy and Peace. Bach: Magnificat; and othermedieval, jazz, contemporary and gospelworks. Jennie Such and Claire de Sévigné,sopranos; Marion Newman, mezzo; AndrewHaji, tenor; Alexander Dobson, baritone;Talisker Players Orchestra; Jenny Crober,conductor; Elizabeth Acker, accompanist.Eastminster United Church, 310 DanforthAve. 416-947-8487. ; (sr); (st).A. Concerts in the GTA●●8:00: Mississauga Festival Choir. Gloria!Rutter: See 2:00.●●8:00: Raging Asian Women Taiko Drummers.From Rage Comes. Japanese TaikoDrumming. Betty Oliphant Theatre, 404 JarvisSt. 416-671-7256. ; (sr/st/underwaged).Also Dec 8(mat).●●8:00: Sinfonia Toronto. French Bon Bons.Ravel: Tzigane, for violin and string orchestra;Saint-Saëns: Introduction and Rondo Capricciosoin a Op.28; Hyman: Ragtime Concerto,for clarinet, strings and percussion (NorthAmerican premiere); Debussy: String Quartet(arr. Nurhan Arman). Nune Melikian, violin;Julian Milkis, clarinet; Nurhan Arman, conductor.Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front St. W.1-866-943-8849. ; (sr); (st).●●8:00: ToyBox Productions. How I LostOne Pound, the Musical. See Dec 4. AlsoDec 8(2:30 and 8:00).●●8:00: Vocem Resurgentis. Journey intoa Medieval Christmas. Piae Cantiones, LasHuelgas, music of von Bingen and more. LindaFalvy, soprano; Mary Enid Haines, soprano;Catherine McCormack, alto. Church of St.Mary Magdalene, 477 Manning Ave. 416-890-1710. By donation.●●8:00: Voices Chamber Choir. The GreatMystery. Victoria: Settings of O Magnum Mysterium;Buxtehude: Magnificat; Works by Palestrina,Lauridsen, Gjeilo and others. JohnStephenson, piano; Ron Ka Ming Cheung,conductor. St. Martin-in-the-Fields AnglicanChurch, 151 Glenlake Ave. 416-519-0528. , (sr/st).●●8:00: Windmill Theatre. All is Calm–All isBright. See Dec 6.A Canadian NoëlFriday, December 6, 8pmSaint Thomas’s Anglican Church416-917-5987 www.exultate.netSilent Night ̃Shining NightCommunity Carol Singing!Sunday December 8,3:30 pmFeaturing the choirs ofSt. Clement’s Anglican,Glenview Presbyterian,Eglinton St. George’sUnited Churchesand The North YorkTemple Brass Ensemble.ESG United Church, 35 Lytton Blvd at DuplexFreewill Offering to benefit “Out of the Cold”Details at www.esgunited.org or 416-481.1141 ext. 25050 | November 1 – December 7, 2013 thewholenote.com

IN THIS ISSUE: Barrie, Brantford, Guelph, Hamilton,Kingston, Kitchener, London, Orillia, Owen Sound, Peterborough,St. Catharines, Stratford. Waterloo and Woodstock.Friday November 1●●12:45: Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra/Hamilton Public Library. HPO at the Library.Discussion and excerpts. Vivaldi: Four Seasons.Stephen Sitarski, violin. Central Branch,Hamilton Public Library, 55 York Blvd., Hamilton.905-526-7756. Free. Guests are invited tobring their lunches.●●7:30: Perimeter Institute. Classical WorldArtists Series. Bach: Brandenburg ConcertosNos. 2-6. Apollo’s Fire (Cleveland BaroqueOrchestra). Mike Lazaridis Theatre of Ideas,31 Caroline St. N., Waterloo. 519-883-4480.; (st).●●8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber MusicSociety. Leslie Ting, violin, and Sarah Hagen,piano. Beethoven: Sonata No.10 in G Op.96;Schumann: Sonata No.2 Op.121 in d; andworks by Rival and Mozart. KWCMS MusicRoom, 57 Young St. W., Waterloo. 519-886-1673. ; (sr); (st).●●8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony.John Williams and Spielberg. Music frommovies including ET, Schindler’s List, JurassicPark, Saving Private Ryan and more. MichaelKrajewski, conductor. Centre in the Square,101 Queen St. N., Kitchener. 519-745-4711or 888-745-4717. -. Also Nov 2(matand eve).Saturday November 2●●2:30: Barrie Concerts. Guitar Extravaganza.Canadian Guitar Quartet; SalzburgGuitar Quartet. Hi-Way Pentecostal Church,50 Anne St. N., Barrie. 705-726-1181. .●●2:30: Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony.John Williams and Spielberg. See 8:00. AlsoNov 1(8:00).●●7:30: Arcady. Ruth–An opera by RonaldBeckett, conductor. Hope Christian ReformedChurch, 64 Buchanan Cres., Brantford. ;(st/sr). 519-759-7581.●●7:30: Chorus Niagara. Handel: Grand andGlorious. Celebrating 25 years under artisticdirector Robert Cooper. Handel: choruses,VictoriaBalletCompanywith guestsAnton Korsakov &Anastasia LoskutovDec 20-22, 7pm, Dec 21, 2pmRichmond Hill Center for the Performing Arts905-787-8811 rhcentre.cavictoriaballet.comB. Concerts Beyond the GTAairs and overtures. Talisker Baroque Players;Meredith Hall, soprano; Isaiah Bell, tenor.Calvary Church, 89 Scott St., St. Catharines.905-688-5550 x3257 or 1-866-617-3257. ;(sr); (under 30); (st). Post-concertreception, candle lighting ceremonyand cake, in celebration of Chorus Niagara’s50th year.●●7:30: Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra.The Four Seasons. Vivaldi: Four Seasons;Gabrieli: Canzonae; Handel: Music forthe Royal Fireworks. Stephen Sitarski, violin;Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra Brass.Hamilton Place, 10 Macnab St. S., Hamilton.905-526-7756. –; (under 35).●●8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony.John Williams and Spielberg. See Nov 1.●●8:00: Renaissance Singers. Psalms ofDavid. Jewish and Christian settings of thesesongs of devotion and consolation. Works byRossi, Glick, Bernstein, Rutter and Enns. TheCedars, 543 Beechwood Dr., Waterloo. 519-746-2551. ; (sr); (st); (12 andunder).Sunday November 3●●2:30: Orchestra Kingston. Inka Brockhausenplays Mozart. Mozart: Piano Concertono.21 in C; Brahms: Academic Festive Overture;Grieg: Symphonic Dances Op.64; Bizet:L’Arlesienne Suite No.2; Palmer: Three FolkTableaux. Inka Brockhausen, piano; JohnPalmer, conductor. Salvation Army Citadel,816 Centennial Dr., Kingston. 613-634-9312.; (sr/st).●●3:00: Wellington Winds. Songs of theAuvergne and Beyond. Music by Puccini, R.Smith, C. Smith, Grainger and Canteloube.Caroline Déry, soprano; Daniel Warren, conductor.Grandview Baptist Church, 250 OldChicopee Dr., Kitchener. 519-579-3097. ;(sr); free(st). Also Oct 27 (Knox PresbyterianChurch, Waterloo).●●7:30: Melos Choir and Chamber Orchestra.Baroque Idol Competition. Vocal competitionof baroque arias. St. George’sCathedral, 270 King St. E., Kingston. 613-549-7125. .Tuesday November 5●●12:00_noon: Brock University Departmentof Music. RBC Foundation Music@Noon: FacultyRecital. Timothy Phelan, guitar. ConcordiaSeminary Chapel, Brock University,500 Glenridge Ave., St. Catharines. 905-688-5550 x3817. Free.●●7:15: Barrie Concert Band. VeteransSalute. Barrie Army Navy and Air Force(ANAF) Club, 7 George St., Barrie. 705-436-5529. Free; food bank donation requested.Wednesday November 6●●12:00_noon: Midday Music with Shigeru.Amity Piano Trio. Michael Adamson, violin;Alyssa Wright, cello; Marilyn Reesor, piano.Hi-Way Pentecostal Church, 50 Anne St. N.,Barrie. 705-726-1181. ; free(st).●●12:30: University of Waterloo Departmentof Music. Noon Hour Concerts: Jazzfor Two. Michael Wood, vibraphone; JimHodgkinson, piano. Conrad Grebel UniversityCollege, 140 Westmount Rd. N., Waterloo.519-885-0220 x24226. Free.●●8:00: Aeolian and Acoustic Muse Concerts.Harry Manx. Indian folk melodies;slideguitar blues and gospel influences. AeolianHall, 795 Dundas St. E., London. 519-672-7950./(adv).Thursday November 7●●7:30: Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony.Intersections Encore! Lizée: 2012: Triple Concertofor Power Trio: Fantasia on Themesby Rush; works by Deacon. Edwin Outwater,conductor; Dan Deacon, electronics; SamSowyrda, vibraphone; Steve Raegele, guitar;Ben Reimer, drums; Rémi-Jean LeBlanc, bassguitar. Conrad Centre for the PerformingArts, 36 King St. W., Kitchener. 519-745-4711or 888-745-4717. . Also Nov 8.●●8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber MusicSociety. Guitar 8: Canadian and SalzburgGuitar Quartets. Guitar 8: Renaissance Suite(incorporating works by Orologio, Grossi,Gabrieli and Vecchi; arr. by Guitar 8); Roux:Comme un tango; La fantaisie des saltimbanques;Machado: Folguedo; Brüderl: Octopus;Stepicca; Sanz: Baroque Suite; Turina:Danzas Gitanas. KWCMS Music Room,57 Young St. W., Waterloo. 519-886-1673.; (sr); (st).Friday November 8●●12:00_noon: St. Andrew’s United Church.Stephanie Burgoyne and William Vandertuin.Works for organ solo and organ fourhands. Stephanie Burgoyne & William Vandertuin,organ. 95 Darling St, Brantford. 519-752-0965. Free.●●7:00: New Adventures in Sound Art(N.A.I.S.A.). Meridian Performances.Soundscapes from Robin Davies and MarianVan der Zon, paired with projections byKevin Mazutinec and spoken word by JustinMcGrail. Factory Media Centre, 228 James St.North, Hamilton. 416-652-5115. Free.●●7:30: Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony.Intersections Encore! See Nov 7.Saturday November 9●●7:30: Kingston Symphony. CarminaBurana. Glen Fast, conductor. Kingston GospelTemple, 295 Princess St., Kingston. 613-530-2050. –.●●8:00: DaCapo Chamber Choir. EveningSong. Corlis: Missa Pax; Emery: This Eveningof our Lives (premiere); Murray: WhenYou Are Old. Guests: Peter Shackleton, clarinet;Catherine Robertson, piano. St. Johnthe Evangelist Church, 23 Water St. N.,Kitchener. 519-725-7549. ; (sr/st);(eyeGo). Also Nov 10 (mat, Waterloo).●●8:00: Guelph Chamber Choir. Passion ofJoan of Arc. Screening of Carl Dreyer’s 1928silent film with live music presented by choirand organ. Duruflé: Requiem; Works by Britten,Bernstein and others. Edward Moroney,organ; Robert Cooper, guest conductor.St. George’s Anglican Church (Guelph),99 Woolwich St., Guelph. 519-763-3000. ;(st); (eyeGo).Sunday November 10●●2:30: Patricia Dydnansky/Erika Reiman.Music by Kenneth Leighton, Fikret Amirov andCharles-Marie Widor. Patricia Dydnansky,flute; Erika Reiman, piano. MacNeill BaptistChurch, 1145 King St. W., Hamilton. 905-308-9053. ; (sr/st).●●3:00: DaCapo Chamber Choir. EveningSong. Corlis: Missa Pax; Emery: This Eveningof our Lives (premiere); Murray: When YouAre Old. Guests: Peter Shackleton, clarinet;Catherine Robertson, piano. First UnitedChurch, 16 William St. N., Waterloo. 519-725-7549. ; (sr/st); (eyeGO). Also Nov 9(eve, Kitchener).●●7:30: Cuckoo’s Nest Folk Club. Scallywagand special guests. Celtic, traditional andcontemporary folk influences. Bernie Gilmore,Bob Cunningham and Barry Nunn,vocals. Chaucer’s Pub, 122 Carling St., London.519-672-1967. /(adv).Tuesday November 12●●12:00_noon: Brock University Departmentof Music. RBC Foundation Music@Noon:Piano, Voice and Instrumental Students.Sean O’Sullivan Theatre, Centre for the Arts,500 Glenridge Ave., St. Catharines. 905-688-5550 x3817. Free.●●12:30: McMaster University School of theArts. Free Lunchtime Concert Series: ScholaCantorum. Gregorian chant. Convocation Hall(UH 213), 1280 Main St. W., Hamilton. 905-525-9140 x27038. Free.thewholenote.com November 1 – December 7, 2013 | 51

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