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Volume 2 Issue 3 - November 1996

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November '96 PULSE St. James Cathedral, 65 Church St. 530-4428. ,. • 8:00: Oumou Sangare, African singer, songwriter, social commentator, feminist. Music played on traditional West African instruments as well as guitar, flute, violin, bass, horns. Winter Garden Theatre, 189 Yonge St. 872- 5555. ,,. • 8:00: The Music Gallery. Canadian Electronic Ensemble. Works by Frykberg, Montgomery, Smith and the Ensemble. David Jaeger, Larry Lake, Jim Montgomery, Michael Dobinson, Paul Stillwell, Paul Hodge and Randall Smith, musicians. 179 Richmond St. West. 204-1080. ,. • 8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Prokofiev: /van the Terrible. Christopher Plummer, actor; Tamara Sinyavskaya, mezzo soprano; Mikhail Kit, bass; Toronto Children's Chorus; Toronto Mendelssohn Choir; Michael Lankester, cond. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe St. 593-4828. to . • 8:00: University of Toronto New Music Festival. Hatzis: "Of Threads and Labyrinths"; Patrick: Shoko Shoko No Sho; Mascall: Sonata #1, Op. 1; Nimmons: Palette a Deux. Kim Griffen, accordion; Mark Fewer, violin; Joey Salvalaggio, oboe; Lori Gemmell, harp. Waiter Hall, 80 Queen's Park. 978-3744/3750. ,. • 8 :30: Gatsby's Restaurant. Daniel £by's "A Magical Journey from Mozart to Musicals." See November 1. • 11 :OOam: Glenn Gould Studio: Music Around Us. AII-Bach anniversary concert including Cantata BWV82, "lch habe genug." The Bach Consort, Brett Polegato, baritone. 250 Front St. West. 205-5555. Free with reservations. • 11 :00 & 1 :00: McMichael Canadian Collection, Kleinburg. John Arpin, piano. 10365 Islington Avenue, Kleinburg. 905 893-0344, ext 265. Free with Gallery admission. • 12:00 noon: Amici Cappuccino Concert. Joaquin Valdepenas, clarinet; David Hetherington, celloi Patricia Parr, piano. Guest artists: Erika Raum, violin; Michael Sweeney, bassoon; Larry Weeks, trumpet. 11 am: Cappuccino; Post-Concert: Italian Buffet Brunch. Grano; 2035 Yonge St. 766-6943. for concert & brunch. • 1 :00: Glenn Gould Studio: On Stage Series. "Prima Donna' s First Farewell Tour.", Mary Lou Fallis, soprano; John Greer, piano. 250 Front · St. West. 205-5555. Free with reservations. • 2:00: Art Gallery of Ontario & Royal Conservatory of Music. 20thcentury French, North .---------------, American and Latin American Off Centre Music Series presents Jacques Israelievitch and Jutta Czapski performing the three violin Sonatas of Johannes Brahms. A unique afternoon of music with poetry, pastries, and coffee in an intimate 19th century salon setting. Sunday, Nov.3, 2:30 p.m. Arts & Letters Club, 14 Elm St. (416) 466-1870 Tickets .00 duos and trios. Kalais Trio: James Thompson, flute; Bruce Redstore, saxop~one; Peteris Zarins, piano. Walker Court, 31 7 Dundas St. West. 979-6608. Free with Gallery admission. Grammate award concert. Heather Pawsey, soprano; Christopher Foley, piano. University of Toronto. 785- 0397. Free with reception. • 3:00: Mississauga Choral Society. Bach: Magnificat; Cantata/Motet 118; Part: Berlinermesse. St. Dominic's Church, Cawthra Road at Atwater. 905-278-7059. '•,. • 3:00: Music at Rosedale. "Bel/a Baroque." Music by Monteclair and Bernier. oprano Gillian Keith, soprano; Kristen ANN MONOYIOS Derksen, flute; Trevor Ewert, appears with the Aldeburgh violin; Mary Katherine Finch, Connection in a program of cello; Judith Lavin, music and letters from the harpsichord. Rosedale French 18th century Presbyterian Church, 129 Mt. L------------' Pleasant Road. 921-1931. • 2:30: Aldeburgh Connection. Drawn From Life. An entertainment based on the memoirs of French 18th-century writers. Music by Faure, Debussy, Poulenc and composers from the French baroque. Ann Monoyios, soprano; Daniel Lichti, baritone. Waiter Hall, 80 Queen's Park. 944-2154. ,. • 2:30: Off Centre Music Series. Brahms: Three Violin Sonatas. Jacques lsraelievitch, violin; Jutta Czapsky, piano; Alan Walker, host. Arts and Letters Club, 14 Elm Street. 466-1870. ,. • 3:00: Canadian Chamber Academy. Handel: Concerto Grosso Op.6, #7; Schnittke: Concerto Grosso for 2 violins, #1; C.P.E.Bach: Sinfonia #5 WQ182/5; Mozart: Concerto for violin #5 in A Major, K219. Oleh Krysa, Atis Bankas, violins; Claude LaPalme, conductor . . George lgnatieff Theatre, 15 Devonshire Place. 538-4342. ,. • 3:00: Hart House Music Committee. Sunday Serenades. Eckhardt- Free Will Offering. • 3:00: Baroque Players of Hamilton. Something Rich and Strange: a pot pourri of the "avant garde" from 18th and 20th centuries. Works by J.S. Bach, W. F. Bach, Telemann, and David Diamond, and Canadians Benjamin Stein, Gregoire Jeay, and Clifford Crawley. Carolyn Sinclair soprano; Gregoire Jeay baroque flute; Michael Jarvis harpsichord; Douglas Valleau classical horn. St. Joseph's Church (cnr Herkimer and Locke Streets) Hamilton. (905) 528- 3550. ,. • 3:00: Toronto Choral Society. The Journey. A benefit concert for the homeless organized by the "Out of the Cold" Program. Suzanne Kompass, soprano; William O'Meara, accompanist; Geoffrey Butler, conductor. Special guests: Ben Grossman, Doreen Johnson, Loretto Reid, Brian Taheny, David Wilson, Richard Wilson. Massey Hall, Shuter St. east of Yonge. 593-4822. ,,. • 4:00: The Toronto ~=============~ Classical Singers Go to the Opera! Favourite choruses and arias, light-hearted commentary. Jurgen Petrenko, cond. Christ Church Deer Park, 1570 Yonge St. 443-031 2. ,. • 4:30: Great Music at St. Anne's. Puree//, Puree// and again I say Puree//. Marc Potvin and Loris Buzdon, baritones. Reception in Parish Hall following the

November '96 •11• PULSE performance. 270 Glaastone Ave. 536-3160. Free. • 7:00: Candlelight Music '96. Music by Martinu, Dvorak and 8/och. Alma Coefman, flute; Galia Shaked, piano. Church of the Transfiguration, 111 Manor Road East. 489-7798. Admission is by free will donation to the organ fund. • 03: 8:00 and 9:00. Inter/Access: Electronic Cafe, Video-conference performance between Inter/Access and The Exploratorium in San Francisco, with Pauline Oliveros and guests: group improv. with accordian, digiridu, altered electric guitar, computer-assisted performance, and interacti.ve computer visuals. Plus, 1-minute pieces for. sampler and octopad with text. Featuring Nobuo Kubota, Nilan Perera, Sarah Peebles, Rick Sacks and Jeff Mann. 401 Richmond St., #403, 599-7206. at the door. • 8:00: The Music Gallery. The Burdocks. Cage: Imaginary Landscape #1; Cardew: Paragraph 6 from the Great Learning; works by Chris Newman and Martin Arnold. Eve Egoyan, piano; Margaret Gay, cello; Ronda Rindone, clarinet; Marc Sabat, violin. 179 Richmond St. West. 204-1 080. ,. • 8:00: Rothmans, Benson & Hedges Inc. $ound of Toronto Jazz Concerts. Sam Noto Quintet. Ontario Science Centre, 770 Don Mills Rd. 595-0404. . • 8:00: Toronto Theatre Organ Society & Kiwanis Club of Casa Loma. Wurlitzer Pops! at Casa Loma. Lance Luce, organ. 1 Austin Terrace. 964-7176.. • 1 2:1 0: University of Toronto Vocal Performance Class. Vocal performances and lecture/demonstrations including Shakespeare Songs with commentator Professor Eric Domville and Vocal care with Dr. Brian Hands. Waiter Hall, 80 Queen's Park. 978- 3744/3750. Free. · • 1 :00: Cathedral Church of St. James. Trio Sonatas by Corelli and Puree//. Christopher Varrette & Thomas Georgi, violins·; John Edwards, arch-lute; Christopher Dawes; chamber organ. 65 Church St. 364- 7865. • 8:00: Music Toronto. Chopin: the four Ballades; Beethoven: Sonata in E Major, Op.1 09; Sonata in A flat Major, Op.11 0. Step hen Hough, piano. Jane Mallett Theatre, 27 Front St. East. 366-7723. ,. • 8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra Great Performers Recital. Kath/een Battle, soprano. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe St. 593-4828. .50 to .50. • 12:00 noon: York University Faculty of Fine Arts. Music at Noon. Canadian Trio: Jaime Weisenblum, violin; Nina Tobias, cello; Vyacagslav Bakis, piano. Dacary Hall, 4700 Keele St. 736-5186. Free. • 12:30 Yorktninster Park· Baptist Church. Noonday organ recitals. Janet Macfarlane Peaker, organist at St. George's-on-the-Hill Anglican Church. 1 585 Yonge Street, 925-7312. Free. • 6:45: Toronto Symphony Orchestra Evening Overture. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simccie St. 593-4828. Free with ticket to the 8 p.m. performance or .50 per ticket. • 7:30: University Settlement Music and Arts School. World Music Traditions and Styles. Featuring University Settlement House students. Walker Court, Art Gallery of Ontario, 31 7 Dundas St. West. 979-6608. Free. • 8:00: Arbor Oak Trio. Prestissimol Julie Baumgartel, Gretchen Paxson, Christopher Verrette, violins; Anthony Rapoport, viola; Mary Katherine Finch, cello. Massey College, corner of Devonshire and Hoskin. 256-9421. ·, 0. e 8:00: Ford Centre for the t::: Performing Arts. International ::::::: Winners Circle. Nokuthula ::::::: Ngwenyama, viola. Metro \: Toronto recital debut. ,...,...,.,.,,,,,, Educatfonal program, 11 :OOam. George Weston Recital Hall, 5040 Yong~ St. 872-2222. ,.50,.50. • 8:00: The Music Gallery. The Tuva Ensemble, overtone singers and instrumentalists from the steppes of central Asia. 179 Richmond St. West. 204-1080. ,. • 8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Prokofiev: Violin Concerto #2; Stravinsky: Petrouchka. Oleg Pokhanovski, violin; Jukka­ Pekka Saraste, cond. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe St. 593-4828. to . • 8:00: University of Toronto Jazz Series. Small Jazz Ensembles. Favourite standards as well as faculty and student arrangements & compositions. Waiter Hall, 80 Queen's Park. 978- 3744/3750. Free. • 8:30: Art Gallery of Ontario. "All That's Jazz". Beatrice Rose, vocalist; Mike Lewis, piano; Bill. Graham, drums; Jimmy Amaro, bass. Hosted'by Theodore Gentry. Walker Court, 31 7 Dundas St. West. 979-6608. Free. AJk!Jg & C1f1Pp~ Photographers SPECIAL OFFER BLACK & WHITE PUBLICITY - PORTRAITS .50 FOR ONE 8x10 BLACK & WHITE GLOSS·Y (12 Poses Taken) Bring in this ad and rec.eive an additional 8x10 glossy free of charge. 200 DAVENPORT ROAD TORONTO, ONe M5R1J2 925-2222 Studio Hours: Tuesday To Friday 9 - 5 Saturday by Appoinbnent Only Concert ~esign AJusicians' Performance Products ..._;;.:· " . v-·.::.:.· . ...:':. ,,,, . • I' . . ~· ' . .. .. , PEARL*LITE halogen lighting for music stands, pianos, conductor's podium PORTABLE/AC PERFORMANCE CHAIR THE FIRST CHAIR THAT FITS YOUR BODY for all musicians and instruments (416)963-8484/1-800-657-9909 FAX: (416) 963-8575 SHOWROOM LOCATED AT 84 BORDEN STREET TORONTO, ONTARIO, M5S 2N1 http://www .maestronet.com/ -concertd

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