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Volume 2 Issue 10 - July/August 1997

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18 Parks & Recreation.

18 Parks & Recreation. Music in the Park. Angelica Ottewill, Celtic harp. Dufferin Grove Park, Bloor & Dufferin. 530-0437. Free. • 4:00: Organ Alternatives & St. James' Cathedral. Summer Sunday Organ Concert. Douglas Bodle, chamber organ. Followed by 50-min. Choral Evensong, sung by the Gentlemen Choristers. 65 Church St. 364-8849. Free. • 7:00: Festival of the Sound. Final Party Cruise. Wide variety of musical styles. Gene DiNovi piano; Dave Young, double bass; James Campbell, 1 clarinet; Christiaan Bar, violin; Robert Silverman, piano. Town Dock, 9 Bay St. Parry Sound. 705-746-2410. . • 7:00: Orillia Parks & Recreation Department. Sunday Evening Band Concert. Northdale Concert Band. Couchiching Park Rotary Aqua Theatre (Orillia Community Centre, inclement weather). 247-8287. Donation. • 7:30: Mel Lastman Square Sunday Serl'!nade. Evening of Tango & Flamenco. Latin Music. 5100 Yonge St. 395- 7350. Free. • 7:30: Music Gallery. Shoshana Dalia Friedman, soprano. An evening of romantic opera & song. Works by Verdi, Puccini, Massenet, Tosti & more. 179 Richmond St. W. 204- 1080. $10. MONDAY AUGUST 11 • 1 :00: Royal Bank Seniors' Jubilee Concert. Variety . show with singing, dancing, comedy & cabaret featuring over 1 300 talented senior performers representing more than 75 Ontario communities. Roy Thomso.n Hall, 60 Simcoe St. 872- 4255. to . Group rates to . TUESDAY AUGUST 12 • 1 :00: Royal Bank Seniors' Jubilee Concert. See August 11 . WEDNESDAY AUGUST 13 • 1 :00: Royal Bank Seniors' Jubilee Concert. See August 1 1 . • 7:00: Art Gallery of Ontario. Opera Atelier: Dance Through Time. French Baroque Dance. 317 Dundas W. 979-6648. Free with gallery admission. THURSDAY AUGUST 14 • 12:15: Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto. From 4 Corners. Aruna Narayan Kalle, playing the 36 string Indian sarangi. Metro Square outside Metro Hall, 55 John St. 397-5252. Free. • 1 :00: Royal Bank Seniors' Jubilee Concert. See August 11 . • 8:30: Mazik Klezmer Band. Barry Zukerman Anphitheatre, Earl Bales Park, 41 69 Bathurst. 536-3127. fRIDAY AUGUST 15 • 1 :00: Royal Bank Seniors' Jubilee Concert. See August 11 . SATURDAY AUGUST 16 • 12:00 noon: City of Toronto Parks & Recreation. Music in the Park - Christie Ossington Community Street Festival. Local groups, various musical styles. Marion Engel Park, Christie north of Dupont St. 534- 8941. Free. SUNDAY AUGUST 17 • 1 :30: Music at the McMichael. William Aide, piano. McMichael Canadian Collection, 1 0365 Islington Ave, Kleinburg. 905-893- 0344 ext.265. Free· with gallery admission. • 3:00: City of Toronto Parks & Recreation. Music in the Park. Thomas Handy Trio, Indo-folk jazz. Dufferin Grove. 530-0437. Free. • 4:00: Organ Alternatives & St; James' Cathedral. Summer Sunday Organ Concert. Giles Bryant, grand organ. Followed by 50- minute Choral Evensong, sung by the Gentlemen Choristers. 65 Church St. 364-8849. Free. • 7:00: Orillia Parks & Recreation Department. Sunday Evening Band Concert. Chinquacousy Concert Band. Couchiching Park Rotary Aqua Theatre (Orillia Community Centre, inclement weather). 247- 8287. Donation. • 7:30: Mel Lastman Square Sunday Serenade. Night in Vienna with the North York Symphony. Kerry Stratton, conductor. 5100 Yonge St. 395-7350. Free. MONDAY AUGUST 18 • 8:00: Kingston Summer Festival. Primadonna. Mary Lou Fallis, operatic comic soprano. Regina Rosen Audit., 218 Princess St. 1- 800-615-5666. 5-20. WEDNESDAY AUGUST 20 • 1 2 noon: Soundsational Free Concert. Colson Quartet. Acoustic bluesy jazz w. a classic sound & modern sensibilities. Leslie Colson, saxophone; Geoff Colson, drums; Ricardo Paez, piano; Andrew Downing, upright bass. Nathan Phillips Square. 392- 0458. Free. • 7:00: Art Gallery of Ontario. Opera Atelier: Dance Through Time. Rococo Romantic. 31 7 Dundas W. 979-6648. Free with gallery admission. THURSDAY AUGUST 21 • 12:15: Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto. From 4 Corners. Joe Sealy , Quartet. Metro Square, 55 John St. 397-5252. Free. SATURDAY AUGUST 23 • 1 :00: City of Toronto Parks & Recreation. Music in the Park. lnnishowen, traditional Irish music & dance. Dufferin Mall, 900 Dufferin St. 530-0437. Free. • 7:00: City of Toronto Parks & Recreation. Music in the Park. Serena, classical trio. Christie Pits, Bloor & Christie. 530-0437. Free. SUNDAY AUGUST 24 •'-2:00: Art Gallery of Ontario. Patria Music Theatre Projects: environmental music/theatre piece. 317 Dundas W. 979- 6648. Free with gallery admission. • 3:00: City of Toronto. Parks & Recreation. Music in the Park. Darbazi Choir - music from beyond the Black Sea. Dufferin Grove Park. 530-0437. Free. • 4:00: Organ Alternatives & St. James' Cathedral. Summer Sunday Organ Concert. Christopher Dawes, chamber organ & grand organ; Allan Eaton, parlour pipes/highland bagpipes. Followed by 50- minute service of Choral Evensong, sung by the Gentlemen Choristers. 65 Church St. 364-8849. Free. • 7:00: Orillia Parks & Recreation Department. Sunday Evening Band Concert. Weston Silver Band. Couchiching Park Rotary Aqua Theatre (Orillia Community Centre, inclement weather). 247-8287. • 7:30: Mel Lastman Square Sunday Serenade. Spirit of Nova Scotia. Music of the july 1 august '97 wholenote Maritimes. 5100 Yonge St. 395-7350. Free. MONDAY AUGUST 25 • 8:00 & 10:00: Ashkenaz: A Festival of New Yiddish Culture. John Zorn's Bar Kochba. John Zorn, saxophone; Joey Baron, drums; Cyro Battista, percussion; Greg Cohen, bass; Mark Feldman, violin; Erik Friedlander, cello; Mark Ribot, guitar. du Maurier Theatre Centre, 231 Queens Quay W. 973-4000. . TUESDAY AUGUST 26 • 8:00 & 10:00: Ashkenaz: A Festival of New Yiddish Culture. du Maurier Theatre Centre. See August 25. • 8:00: Ashkenaz: A Festival of New Yiddish C,ulture. Benya Krik. Silent film about Jewish gangsters in Odessa, with live musical accompaniment by Peter Sokolow, klezr;ner piano. Studio Theatre, Harbourfront. 973-4000. . • 8:00: Canadian Opera Company. Altamira No-Load Opera Concert. COC Orchestra, Richard Bradshaw, conductor. Ljuba Kazarnovskaya, soprano; others tba. Molson Place, Harbourfront Centre. 363- 6671. Free admission, donations accepted. • 1 O:OOpm: Ashkenaz: A Festival of New Yiddish Culture. Kou/ack, Lerner & Boychuk. Synthesis of Yiddish, jazz, folk & Ukrainian sounds. Brigantine Room, 235 Queens Quay W. 973-4000. Free. WEDNESDAY AUGUST 27 • 7:00: Art Gallery of Ontario. Opera Atelier: Dance Through Time. Rococo Romantic. 31 7 Dundas W . 979-6648. Free with gallery admission. • 8:00: Ashkenaz: A Festival of New Yiddish Culture. Epstein Brothers. Klezmer. du Maurier Theatre Centre, 231 Queens Quay w. 973-4000. . • 8:00: Canadian Opera Company. Altamira No-Load Opera Concert. Molson Place, Harbourfront Centre. See August 26. • 9:30: Ashkenaz: A Festival of New Yiddish Culture. Macedonian Mazi­ Tov. Water's Edge Cafe, 235 Queens Quay W. 973- 4000. Free. • 1 O:OOpm: Ashkenaz: A Festival of New Yiddish Culture. Ghetto Tango: TORONTO'S ONLY COMPREHENSIVE MONTHLY CLASSICAL &

19 Music in Extremes. The unknown song repertoire of WWar II Jewish theatres. Adrienne Cooper, vocals; Zalmen Mlotek, piano/ arrangements. Brigantine Room, 235 Queens Quay W. 973-4000. Free. THURSDAY AUGUST 28 • 12:15: Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto. From 4 Corners. Diego Marulanda & Pacande. Sounds of Columbia's Atlantic Coast. . Metro Square, 55 John St. 397-5252. Free. • 8:00': Ashkenaz:. A Festival of New Yiddish Culture. Kapelye 's on the Air. New York's oldest Klezmer revival band. du Maurier Theatre Centre. 973-4000. . • 8:00: Canadian Opera Company. Altamira No-Load Opera Concert. See Aug 26. • 9:30: Ashkenaz: A Festival of New Yiddish Culture. Macedonian Mazi­ Tov. Water's Edge Cafe. See August 27. • 1 O:OOpm: Ashkenaz: A Festival of New Yiddish Culture. Theresa Tova. Cabaret-style Jewish vaudeville & theatre songs. Brigantine Room, 235 Queens Quay W. 973-4000. Free. FRIDAY AUGUST 29 • 7:30: Choir of King's College, Cambridge, Stephen Cleobury, director. St. Paul's Anglican Church, 227 Bloor St. E. 961-354 7. .50to. SATURDAY AUGUST 30 • 1 :00: City of Toronto Parks & Recreation. Music in the Park. Mark Hundevad Jazz Trio. Dufferin Mall, 900 Dufferin St. 530-0437. Free. • 7:00: City of Toronto Parks & Recreation. Music in the Park. DA, urban jungle music. Christie Pits, 530-0437. Free. • 8:30: Ashkeriaz: A Festival of New Yiddish Culture. Epstein Brothers. See Aug 27. • 8:40: Ashkenaz: A Festival of New Yiddish Culture. Zummerteg: The Songs of Beyle Schaechter­ Gottesman. Adrienne Cooper, Dave Wall, Beth Anne Cole, Lorin Sklamberg & Stella Walker, vocals; allstar band under direction of Zalmen Mlotek. Molson Place, 973-4000. Free. • 9:00: Ashkenaz: A Festival of New Yiddish Culture. Esta. Sephardic/ Arabic roots, a taste of African, Celtic, jazz & rock. Urban Sq. Tent, Harbourfront. 973-4000. Free. • 9:40: Ashkenaz: A Festival of New Yiddish Culture. The Klezmatics. Molson Pl. 973-4000. Free. • 10:30: Ashkenaz: A Festival of New Yiddish Culture. Naftule 's Dream. Traditional klezmer .intermingled w. modern improv. & orchestration. Water's Edge Cafe, 235 Queens Quay W. 973-4000. Free. • 10:30: Ashkenaz: A Festival of New Yiddish Culture. Late-Night Cabaret of Dreams. Spontaneous explorations, poetry, comedy, jamming & dancing. Ghetto Tango & Deb Filler, comedienne. Brigantine Room, 973-4000. Free. SUNDAY AUGUST 31 • 1 :30: Ashkenaz: A Festival of New Yiddish Culture. Lenka Lichtenberg Trio. From Czech to Yiddish - a musical odyssey through Eastern-European countries & shtetls. Urban Square Tent, Harboqrfront. 973- 4000. Free. • 2:30: Ashkenaz: A Festival of New Yiddish Culture. Kape!ye. New York's oldest Klezmer revival band. Molson Place, 973-4000. Free. • 3:00: City of Toronto Parks & Recreation. Music in the Park. Mark Sepic, flamenco guitar. Dufferin Grove Park, Bloor & Dufferin. 530-0437. Free. • 3:30: Ashkenaz: A Festival of New Yiddish Culture. Paradox Trio. Music in the Gypsy tradition, modern jazz & klezmer; original compositions. Urban Square Tent. Free. • 4:00: Ashkenaz: A Festival of New Yiddish Culture. Toronto Jewish Folk Choir.' Traditional & contemporary Yiddish music. Zalmen Mlotek, guest conductor. Studio Theatre. Free. • 4:30: Ashkenaz: A Festival of New Yiddish Culture. Naftule's Dream. See August 30. • 7:00: Ashkenaz: A Festival of New Yiddish Culture. Davka. Jewish klezmer, Middle Eastern dance rhythms, classical influences. Urban Square tent, 973-4000. Free. • 7:00: Orillia Parks & Recreation Department. Sunday Evening Band Concert. Mississauga Concert Band. Couchiching Park Rotary Aqua Theatre (Orillia Community Centre inclement weather). 247- 8287. Donation. • 7:30: Mel Lastman Square Sunday Serenade. Spitfire Band. S'winging rhythms & popular Big Band hits. 51 00 Yonge St. 395-7350. Free. • 8:00: Ashkenaz: A Festival of New Yiddish Culture. Salomon Klezmorim. Khassidic melodies, Eastern European grooves & MIDI. Molson Place, 973-4000. Free. • 8:30: Ashkenaz: A Festival of New Yiddish Culture. Benya Krik. Studio Theatre. See August 26. • 8:40: Ashkenaz: A Festival of New Yiddish Culture. Esta. See Aug 30. • 9:00: Ashkenaz. Chicago Klezmer Ensemble. Klezmer w. a chamber feel. Ensemble led by Kurt Bjorling, clarinet. Urban Square Tent, 973-4000. Free. • 9:30: Ashkenaz. Flying Bulgar Klezmer Band. Special guests. Molson Place, 973-4000. Free. • 10:30: Ashkenaz. Klezmatics Dance Party. Water's Edge Cafe, 973-4000. Free. • 10:30: Ashkenaz. Late­ Night Cabaret of Dreams. See August 30. MONDAY SEPTEMBER 1 . • Ashkenaz. 12:00 noon: Lenka Lichtenberg Trio. See August 31. 12:45: Shirim: A Klezm.er Journ'ey. Ann Tindal Stage. 1 :00: Medina. Blend of Arabic & Yiddish music. Urban Square Tent. 2:00: Ashkenaz Fidl Kapelye. 20 Toronto & Festival performers led by Alicia Svigals. du Maurier Theatre Centre, . 2:30: Theresa Tova. Molson Place. See August 28. 2:30: Salomon Klezmorim. Urban Square Tent. See August 31. 4:30: Paradox Trio. Urban Square Tent. See Aug 31. 4:30: Andy Statman Quartet. Traditional Yiddish style combined w.jazz. Molson Place. Free. 6:00: Ashkenaz Finale. Featuring collaborations among Festival performers. Molson Place, Harbourfront. 973-4000. Free.

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