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Volume 2 Issue 4 - December 1996/January 1997

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- Dec'96/ Jan'97

- Dec'96/ Jan'97 --------- --- - -- '' ... ~ " ................ . - - - ---- --- - - Pulse group membership: a mutual benefit Did you miss any of our 53 previously published member PROFILES~ Well, they are available by mail, fax, e-mail, and from January 1 1997 on the world wide web at www.pulsetoronto.com fiFTY THREE PROFILES like the 3 here have appeared in Pulse since our July-August issue. Phone 416-603-3786, fax 416-603-3787, or e-mail drumkm@web.apc.org to request any or all of these. Academy Concert Series Aldeburgh Connection, Amadeus Choir, Amadeus Ensemble, Aradia Baroque Ensemble, Arbor Oak Trio, Artword Theatre, Bach Children's Chorus, Canadian Children's Opera Cjlorus, Canadian Music Centre, Canadian Music Competitions (Toronto), Chamber Music by Candlelight, Concentus Arts, East York Symphony, Elmer lseler Singers, Elora Festival, Ensemble Unterwegs, Esprit Orchestra, Ford Centre for the Silver Band, High Park Girls Choir International Resource Centre for Performing Artists Mississauga Choral Society Mooredale Concerts, Muse Productions, Music at Metropolitan, Music Gallery, MUSIC TORONTO, Music Umbrella, new music concerts, New School of Classical Vocal Studies, Off Centre Music Series, Opera Atelier, Opera Anonymous, Opera Division (Faculty of Music, U. ofT.), Organ Alternatives, Orpheus Choir of Toronto, St Andrew Chorale Scarborough Philharmonic, Shevchenko Musical Ensemble, Sine Nomine Ensemble, Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra, Tallis Choir of Toronto, Toronto Canadian Chinese Artists Centre, Toronto Consort, Toronto Early Music Centre, Toronto Mendelssohn Choir, Toronto Mendelssohn Youth Choir, Toronto Operetta Theatre, Toronto Senior Strings, Toronto Sinfonietta, Women's Musical Club of Toronto, Yip's Children's Choir A warm Pulse welcome to our three newest members: the Associates of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, National Music Camp of Canada, and the Mozart Society. While Pulse concert listings are free to all presenters, members or not, Pulse members occupy a special place in our scheme of things. . For example, members are invited, upon joining, and every summer thereafter, to submit for publication a short PROFILE of themselves and their plans. Members enjoy significant discounts on display advertising throughout the season. And now, the introduction of our web page (January 1 19971 brings with it an additional range of member benefit's. )I ASSOCIATES OF THE TORONTO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Formed as a support organization to the Toronto Symphony Orchestra ITSO) in the early 1970's, The Associates is a group of men and women who seek to promote the players of the orchestra, players of the Toronto Symphony Youth Orchestra (TSYO) and guests in smaller more intimate surroundings. The major activities of The Associates are: 1) Five Small Concerts Series held each year, January to May, featuring chamber music ensembles from the TSO in four concerts and the TSYO in the fifth concert; 2) Grassroots Concerts featuring small groups of TSO musicians who play specially designed programmes for shut-ins; 3) Community Outreach Concerts in which players of the TSO or the TSYO will participate in specially formatted programmes designed to reach the broad spectrum of Toronto's multi-cultural community; 41 lnformals in which members of The Associates are provided the opportunity of expanding their musical interests in a social setting; 5) Special Projects, such as fund-raising dining experiences, assisting in TSO functions, taking part in TVO's membership drives. For membership information, please call (416) 482-8979. ~ )I NATIONAL MUSIC CAMP OF CANADA For over 30 years National Music Camp of Canada has offered its PULSE challenging overnight music experience to young musicians on the shores of lake Couchiching, Ontario. Our Music Faculty consists of professional musicians and music educators from across Canada who are assisted by university music students as well as specialised recreational staff. This unique program combines our participants' love for music with an appreciation for the outdoors. Campers enjoy music instruction along with the opportunity to participate in recreational activities from windsurfing, waterskiing and canoeing to riflery, horseback riding, rock climbing and initiatives tasks. Our 1997 dates are Junior Division (Aug. 15 to Aug. 23) ages 9 - 14 years and High School Division (Aug. 23 to Aug. 31 I ages 14 - 19 years. For a colour btochure call (4161 482-2475 or 1- 800-701-3132. )I THE MOZART SOCIETY The Mozart Society of Toronto, founded in 1984, is an association of music lovers who find special pleasure in the works of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Something of a cross between a concert society and a social organization, our -goal is to entertain and educate; presently we have more · than 200 loyal members. Each season we present approximately six concerts, an annual party, and usually a lecture/discussion, all free of charge to members. Guests are always most welcome, and we meet at the First Unitarian Congregation of Toronto, 175 St. Clair Ave. W., near Avenue Road. The recommended tax-deductible donation for a family membership is per calendar year. The Society has recently presented such artists as violinist Erika Raum, fortepianist Colin Tilney and soprano Meredith Hall, and the Gryphon Piano Trio. Our next two programs will be Monday, December 2, featuring the Kocian Quartet from Prague, and Wednesday, December 11, with the Toronto Chamber Society choir led by David Fallis. Both events are at 8:00 p.m., and new members for 1997 are also invited.

--~-- ... Dec'96/ Jan'97 ., ... . ....... ' --~- - . ... ' . ---- PULSE PULSE MEMBERS .ON DISK: December 1996 •Aideburgh Connection. The Britten Canticles. Marquis Classics. •Aradia Ensemble. Christmas Cantata (Vaticini di Pace) Sinfonias #5&6 by Antonio Caldara. Marquis Classics. •Orpheus Choir of Toronto. The Mystery of Bethlehem by Healey Willan. •Sine Nomine Ensemble for · Medieval Music. A Golden Treasury of Medieval Music. Saydisc I Amon Ra Records. Distributed by SRI. HELP WITH YOUR (CONCERT) HOMEWORK It's no secret that you get more out of a concert if you have done your homework - listened to a recording and I or studied the score of the works you are going to hear before the concert. · Well, homework just got easier. Because this month Naxos Records of Canada will help nine Pulse readers do just that. The first three readers to mention this PULSE ftature when they purchase tickets for any of the following three concerts will be given a CD of a work or works on that programme by the performing organization, courtesy of Naxos: Aradia: December 22. Caldara: Christmas Concerto (VatiCini di Pace) performed by Aradia, CD# 8.553772 East York Symphony Orchestra: December 14. Borodin: Polovetsian Dances. CD# 8.550051 Music Umbrella Concerts: December 6. Ravel: Introduction and Allegro. CD# 8.550249 esprit orchestra Alex Pauk music director &. conductor Friday November 29- 8 pm /7 pm talk Richard Marg/son. new roles Features contemporary music for tenor & orchestra - including two world premiere works by Canada's John Rea & Alex Pauk. Also featured is mezzo-soprano Elizabeth Turnbull. 'Saturday November 30-8 pm /7:15pm talk September songs: The Music of Kurt well/ Before the screening, the film's producer & director - Rhombus Media's Larry Weinstein- will discuss the making of September Songs which features Kurt Weill's music as performed by leading rock, jazz, underground & classical artists. sunday December 1 - 8 pm orchestral Theatre/Orchestral Film Features R. Murray Schafer's Cortege & The Falcon's Trumpetwith trumpet soloist Stuart Laughton. Also includes live & onfilm .performances of music by international composers Toru Takemitsu, Iannis Xenakis & others. Festival Packages all three dates ; student/senior Concert Tickets: ; .50 student/senior Film Tickets: call or visit the St. Lawrence Centre box office 27 Front Street East (416) 366-7723 gst will be addL'd/handlin!! rharge lll

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