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Volume 2 Issue 2 - October 1996

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October .'96 MEMBER PROFILES continued St. Andrew Chorale Tei: (416) 929-0811 Fax: (416) 929-8207 · Artistic Director: Alan Barthel Contact Person: An·n Cope . Address: 117 Bloor St. East, Toronto M4W 1 A9 . jJ Under the direction of Alan Barthel the Saint Andrew The Academy Concert Series Tei./Fax: (416) 778-1941 Artistic Director: Nicolai Tarasov Address: 73 Boston Ave. Toronto M4M 2T8 jJ The Academy Concert Series · present~ a variety ~f ch~~ber music of the past 11) ongmal, historically correct form, free . of recent music styles. Musicians not only use rare original i~struments but ~lso Choral~ pr~sents a varied restore historical performance concert senes. Regularly . practice and musical joined by one or b?th of Mr. interpretation. ' Barthel's other chotrs ~ tqe St. All concerts will be held in An~rew's Gallery Chou and the outstanding acoustics 'of the Toronto School of Eastminster United Church Theology' Choir - we present . on Danforth Avenue. concerts that rang~ .from Highlights of the season showtunes and sp1~1tuals to include brilliant performers: art songs and classtcal choral . Christina Mahler, Chantal works. . Remillard and Boyd The 1996-97 season begms McDonald in a programme with Beethoven and I:faydn of music by BeethoveQ ~d on Octob~r 27 featunng Schubert; a programme of Beethoven s Choral Fa~tasy, original Canadian Baroque with Stephen Powell •. plamst. music performed by the We celebrate An Italian . Amsel Ensemble from Christmas at. our De~ember Ottawa; rarely perf.ormed r 15 con~cert Wlt~ mus1c of. the works by Bach and Telemann seasori for chotr and solotsts. for solo instruments; and a The .st. Andrew's G~llery performance of Quintets for Chou and the Chotr of the winds and fortepiano by Toronto School of Theology Mozart and Beethoven with will join us on Marc~ .28, a~ guest pianist Donsuk Shen we continue our tradl_tton ° · from New York. . presenting ~ Good Fnd~y · Join us on Satu~day ~ights concert. Thts y~ar we wtll to experience mus1c as 1t perform Bertlo~ s The · would have been performed Passion. Our fi~al cqncert of -in the days of the Great the season, ~~SIC o~ Ralph Masters. Vaughan WJll~ams~ IS on For a brochure, call (416) May 4. · 778-1941. •20• -~·· 'L ~ U O LO "" 0 . . .. The Mississauga Choral Society Box Office: 905-278-7059 Fax: 905-844-1415 Artistic Director: Chrys A. Bentley . Publicity Chair: Cathy Anderson Address: Box 74530 Lorne f'ark P.O., Mississauga 1:5H 3A5 jJ MCS begins its season on Sunday, November 3 at 3 p.m. with a performance of J.S. Bach's exuberant . . Magnificat and .the reflective cantata I motet #118, 0 Jesu Christ, Meins Lebens Licht. A chamber choir will perform the ethereal Berlinermesse by 20th century Estonian cot~poser, ~rvo 1 Part. December 1 bnngs Handel's Messiah, followed later in the month by a · Festival of Nine Lessons , and Carols, on December 22 (4:30 p.m.). For twenty of its twentytwo year history, Ar,tistic Director Chrys A. · Bentley . has fostered the evolution of a polished, professional . . chorus of seventy-five votces. The resident professional soloists and chamber orchestra, The Sinfony . Players, (concertmaster Le~lie Knowles) provide leader~h1p and instrumental experttse. All concerts take place in St. Dominic's Church, Cawthra Road at Atwater in Mississauga. For brochures, tickets and information on subscription savings, please · call the box office at 905-278- 7059. PULSE International Resource_ Centre for Performing Artists · Tel: (416) 362-1422 Fal(: (41 6) 359-0043 , E-Mail: Artistic Director: Ann Summers Dossena Address: Box ·188, Stn. A Toronto M5S 1 B2' ' jJ The International Resource Centre for Performing Artists is designed to assist young professional performers m.ove into their careers after theu formal training, before they are household names: The · "Careers in-Focus" Program includes "Encounters with Employers" and "Business in Performing" Workshops which take place in. the Fall and Spring of each year .. Collaborations include an "Encounter" with DALTON · BALD WIN with the U.of T . . Vocal Department October 24, and the benefit performance by LOUIS QUILICO for the Voice Care Foundation of Calgary, on Saturday, October 26, at . Metropolitan United Church. Future sessions are scheduled in late November with JOAN • DORNEMANN (Metropolitan Opera) and a fun film evening with ALDO "' MAGGIOROffi, (Opera C)R T) . . The Programs are sponsored in part b~ the , . Ontario Arts Council and · BDO Dunwoody. For information, call3.62- 1422 . . . ~ FROM MINSTRELS TO MOZ;ART : ' An early music appreciation course with All son Melv1lle Mondays at 7:36 pm (starts Oct. 7); 0 for ten classes ~ A MUSICAL MISCELLANY. ~ . . Ten Jecture-demonstratiOI)S on a wide variety of mus1cal subjects w1th David Fall is, Art Levine,George Sawa, a.o. Tuesdays at 7:30pm (starts Oct. 8) OR Wednesdays at 1 0:15 ani (starts Oct. 2); 0 for ten classes ~ MUSICAL IMPROVISATION ~ : Wed[lesdays at 4 pm OR Fridays at 11 am with Alison Melv1lle (at:\ ~~ EUTERPE'MUSICAL ARTS (Yonge & Wellesley) . Information S Registration: 944-2863 Soloists, dancers, choirs, orchestras & recitalis.tS ou can perform at y onge a~d St. Cl~Ir Y in a bright open space feat.~rmg: •100m 2 of unencumbered stage . •high quality wood floor excellent for dance . · •36 rank Karl Wilhelm tracker organ and a Stei~way grand piano •fine acoustics suitable for recordmg •audience accommodation: approxi~~t~ly 500 persons •full wheelchair access1b1hty . •close to subway' adjacent to municipal parkmg We ~ant you to perfonn at Christ Church Deer Park · Telephone 920-5211 I fax 920-8400

October '96 -- - -=----=-~ ·.. :· = ............. ' '".....:. PULSE the the the the the etcetera Historical Board. Lecture with played, sung and screened illustrations by Eric James and AUDITIONS Phyllis O'Reilly on Mr. James' Auditions for CBC Radio association (as an orchestrator) National Competitions for 1956-1977 with Charles Young Performers on Chaplin. 205 Yonge St. 392- Stringed Instruments, 205- 6827. · . 7384. Deadline for applications File File file File file is October 21. Auditions: Annex Singers of Toronto, Brad Ratzlaff, cond 922-4954. Concertsingers, Stephen Powell, dir. 769-7991. Christ Church Deer Park Choir, lan Grundy, cond. 920-5211. NO AUDITIONS Join the chorus of the Toronto Opera Repertoire. No audition required 698-9572 EARL V RESOURCE The Toronto Early, Music Centre is an invaluable source. Associated are various ensembles open to amateur musicians, particularly singers and recorder players. Phone Leslie Tomlinson at 966-1409. COURSES, etc CAMMAC's vocal technique course with Peggy Evans, Tuesdays, 7:30-9:30, Oct. I-Dee. 3. 484-6456 Oct 10 12 noon: Toronto Oct 24 12 noon: Toronto Historical Board Screening by Aldo Maggiorotti (CJRT: "A Night at the Opera") of his own compilation of film performances by opera stars. 205 Yonge St. 392-6827. . Oct 26 8:00: Lecture - "How to Listen to Jazz" Preregister: 978- 2400. Oct 27 2:00: Community Sing-Along I Workshop of joseph and the Amazing Technicolor D_reamcoat during Arts Etobicoke's Autumn Artsfest. Silverthorn Collegiate, 291 Mill Rd. 621-3378. ,. DATES TO WATCH October 5 6:30: Etobicoke Philharmonic Orchestra Octoberfest Dinner and Dance. Boulevard Club, 1491-1553 Lakeshore Blvd W. 239-5665. Oct 22-26 Toronto Symphony sixth annual Fine Wine Auction & Festival. Ca.ll · 593-7769. We buy 81J[J of your &fltf1Bgjn&8il IMPs (vinyl I) (like Beethoven, Mozart, Stockhausen) We travel anywhere for good collection MIKROKOSMOS Mail Order Company • (416) - 224 - 1956 Fax ( 416) - 224 - 2964 Ask our free, monthly set-sale catalogue: More than ~(])(!)1) ~ [b/]'Jgj EB WEIJEB every month Many audiophile Decca & EM/ records (Sorry, mail or phone order only!) NEW.SCHOOL OF CLASSICAL VOCAL SnJDIES OPEN HOUSE EVERY SUNDAY 118 lsabella Street Toronto, Ontario M4Y IPI ' r! Tel. (416) 968-0984 Fax. (416) 929-5632 offers: • Quality Instruction for Career­ Minded Singers • Strong Emphasis on Voice Building • Scholarships for singers aged 13-20 • Preparation for Competition and Exams • Vocal Rehabilitation for Adults • Regular Performance Opportunities • Free Personal Assessment • Piano, Theory, Dance and Language for Singers • Vocal Coaching • Competitive Fee Structure OCTOBER'S (UN}CLASSIFIEDS: November Pulse deadline is October 22. WANTED: B~~ TUBA, 4 or 5 valves, preferably used. Brian. 654-0482. GREAT NORTIIERN PRODUCTIONS: Video and audio taping. Concerts, auditions, archival, fundraising. Soloists, ensembles, choirs, orchestras. Rick Harper. 604-9872. ARTISTIC DIRECTOR OF THE ACADEMY CONCERT SERIES is looking for an . enthusiastic partner with managing skills and an interest in the arts. Nicolai Tarasov 778-1941 DRUMSET AND PERCUSSION LESSONS. Univ. of Toronto Graduate. Professional Performer and Teacher for over 10 years. Will travel. Steven: 538-6440 A MALE CHOIR, A DANCE TROUPE, AND A MANDOUN ORCHESTRA (with woodwinds, accordion and percussion) just waiting for you to join! Varied repertoire from folk to classical, qualified instruction, stage appearances. Call Shevchenko Ensemble 533-2725. SCORE UBRARY FOR SALE: Piano, Opera, Chamber, Study Scores, Collections and more. From Bach to Bartok. Very Reasonable. Tel: 487-3066. E-Mail: patchbox@orbonline 24 HOUR UVE ANSWERING SER¥1CE, voice mail and pagers. Local, 800 or 900 numbers available immediately. 287-5147 CD, CONCERT OR AUDITION TAPE RECORDING? For experienced, professional, classical & acoustic music recording, phone Frank Lockwood, ~­ M us. 769-2204 MAKE A UTTLE EXTRA CASH DEUVERING PULSE ONCE A MONTH. 4-6 hours/month? bike or car? Give us a call. 603-3786. MASSAGE THERAPY AND SmATSU since 1983. One half hour to two hours. Marie Graff. 536-2310. HAVE YOU EVER WANTED TO SING, thought you wouldn't or couldn't, or do you just want a place to play with the possibilities of your voice. Small groups. Johanne, 461-8425. LLOYD GARBER TEACHES GUITAR. Creative approach. Absolute beginners to working professionals. Must be enthusiastic. Pop, Jazz, Blues, Original Chords, lead, reading, improvisation, fingerboard, speed theory, ear-training. Lloyd Garber, 504-0915. PIANO LESSONS FROM EXPERIENCED RCM AFFIUATE TEACHER. All levels and ages welcome. Eve Egoyan, M. Mus., L.R.A.M. 504-4297. TAXATION, ACCOUNTING, BOOKKEEPING, CONSULTING. Norm Pulker, B.Math. CMA. 905-830-2985 QUEEN-LOGAN AREA. PIANO\THEORY EXPERIENCED TEACHER, all ages. Good with the youngest beginning inventions. Easy rates and time schedules. 469-3472 ATELlliU In llluur West Vllln~t

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