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Volume 2 Issue 5 - February 1997

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Page 1 8 • F.ebruary 1 - March 5 _ 1 997 St. West. 964-8293. ,. •7:30: Jubilate Singers of Nortn York, Peter Merrick, dir. An Evening with Richard Rodgers. See February 21 . •7:30: York Symphony, Roberto de Clara, cond. The Romance of Opera. City Playhouse, 1000 New Westminster . Dr, Thor'nhill. 410-0860. ,. •8:00:_!Arte Flamenco! .See February 20. •8:00: .Academy Concert Series. Treasures of the Great Masters - solos, duos, trios & quartets of Bach, Telemann & Zelenka. Washington McClain, oboe; Rona Goldensher, violin; Michael McCraw, bassoon; Marie Boucharp; harpsichord. Eastminster United Church, 310 Danforth Ave. 778-1941. ,, . •8:00: Bell' Arte Singers, Lee Willingham, dir. Vivaldi: Gloria; Handel: Chandos Anthem No.9. Aradia Orchestra. St. Paul's Church, 83 Power St. 699-5879. ,. •8:00: Continuum. Music 6f the Americas. Music by Campana, Etkin, Reynolds (commissioned work), Croal (c,orpmissioned work), Gobeil and Arc,uri. Jennifer Waring, flute; Eric Hall, bassoon; Paul Widner, cello; Stephen ~Iarke, piano; Erin Donovan, percussion. Music Gallery, 179 Richmond St. West. 204- .1080. ,. ••8:00: Deer Park Concerts. Organ Recital. Music by Bach, Mendelssohn, Rinck, Eben, ; Reger and Vierne. William Wright, organ. 129 St. Clair Ave. West. 962-3381. $·1 o. •8:00: Ford C:e~tre for the P~rformlng Arts. Spirit, Soul and Gospel. Sounds of ' Blackness. Titles include: "I'm Going All. tht'1 Way,"' "I Believe," "Everything is Gonna be Alright,". "Ah Been 'Buked," "Optimistic." George Weston Recital Hall, 5040 Yonge St. 872-2222. .50 to . • • •8:00: St. Matthew's Church. Etobicoke Community Concert Band. 3962 Bloor St. West. 621-9584. . •8:00: St. Andrews United Church. Rob McConnell, valve · trombone; Ed Bickert, guitar; D6n Thompson, bass & _piano. 32 Main St. North, Markham. 905-294-0351. ,. •8:60: Toronto Opera Repertoire., Giuseppe Macina, dir. Puccini: La Boheme. See February 14. ,. •8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra . . See February 19. •8: 15: Te Deum Orchestra, Richard Birn'ey-Smith, dir. Le • Tombeau de Couperin. Couperin: Suite .#6 (Les Baricades M isterieuses); Premier Lecon de Tenebres; Lamentations of Jeremiah; Ravel: Le Tombeau de Couperin. Richard Birney­ Smith, ·harpsichord & piano; Beverly Leslie, soprano. Preconcert chat at 8:00. Glenh Gould Studio, 250 Front St. West. 905-628-4533/416- 205-5555 .. ,,. •12:00: McGill Chamber Music Series. James Westman, baritone; Albert Krywollt, piano. Music by Butterworth, Beethoven and Ravel, and opera arias. 21 · McGill St. 977-4122. . • 2:00: Harbourfrqnt C~ntre Cqca-Cola Concert: Kobena Acquaa-Harrison, African instrumentalist. Water's Edge Cafe, 235 Queen's Quay West. 973-4000. Free. , I •2:00: Toronto Opera Repertoire, Giuseppe Macina, dir. J.Strauss: Die soprano; Jenny Mallon, flute; Mary Katherine Finch, cello-; Trevor Ewert, violin; John Edwards, theorbo; Judith Lavin, harpsichord. Rosedale Presbyterian Church, 129 Mt. Pleasant Road. 921-1 931. Admission by donation. •3:00: Sunday Concert Series. Yuval Fichman, piano. Music by Schubert, Chopin, ' Beethoven & Liszt. Great Hall, Hart House, University of Toronto. 978-5362. Free. •3:30: The Canadian Singers, Harvey Patterson, dir. Songs of Love. Kennedy: My Canada/My Love; 'T\')Ifer: What Then, My Love; Bradstreet: Renaissance; Willan: Behold, The Tabernacle of God; Freedman: It was a Lover and his Lass. St. Andrew's United Church, 117 Bloor St. East. 239- 5821. ,. •4:00: Music at the Church of St. Mary Magdalene. Gallery choir 'concert. Recital of Lenten liturgical music by Byrd, Tallis, Willan & Bach; congregational hymns. 477 Manning Ave. 769-7991. •7:30: Patrons of Wisdom. 1997 New Artists Series. Daniel Bolshoy, guitar. Music of Bach, Albe'niz, Pasquini, de Falla, Villa-Lobos & Piazzola. F/edermaus. See February 12. Heliconian Hall, 35 Hazelton ,. Ave. 225-4750. ,. •2:30: Ford Centre for the •7:30: Trinity Chamber . Performing Arts. Celebration , Ensemble. An evening of of Schubert. El,arbara Bonney, string music featuril')g_ soprano. Caren Levine, piano; compositions by Barber, Joaquin Valdepenas, clarinet. Sammartini, Puccini &. others. Works by Schubert including • 1 Church of the Transfiguration, The Shepherd on the Rock. 1 1'1 Manor Road East. 493- George Weston Recital Hall, · 8149. , . . 5040 Yonge St: 872-2222. •7:30: York Symphony. The .50 to .50.· Romance oi Opera. See . •2:30: Les Amis. Milhaud: February 22'. George Weston Suite; Tomasi: Concert Recital Hall, 5040 Yonge St. Champetre; Hetu: Quatre 872-2222. . Miniatures; Beethoven: Trio •8:00: Music Gallery. Op.11; Pepa: OCTO ECHOI Richard Masca/1/Scott Good. (1996); Rhapsodie (1988). Good: Theme an·d Variations Milan Nikolic, oboe; Goran for trombone choir (premiere); Goye·vich, clarinet; Predrag Soliloquy for bass trombone Stojkovic, bassoon; Svetlana and piano' (premiere); Dialogue Goyevich, piano. Ford Centre between the Body and Soul of Studio Theatre, 5040 Yonge the Murdered Girl (premiere). St. 872-2222. 0 . Mascall: Violin Sonata with •3:00:· !Arte Flamenco! See Digital Electronics; The Tyger; February 20. f Sampson: Morning Music. •3:00: Canadian Music Melissa Adams, soprano; Competitions: Symphony of Corey Gemmell, violin; Trillium Celebration. CMC in North Brass Quartet. 179 Richmond York. Glynis Ratcliffe, voice; St. West. 204-1080. Simon Ng & Kevin Kwan, , ~ 10. piano; Sarah Pratt & Giselle , Ravah, violin. Ontario Bible College, 25 Bally

:s: Music. Khachaturian: Sabre Dance; Copland: Hoedown; . Schuber~: Symphony #8; Offenbach: Ballet Parisienne Overture. Charles Derriuynck, conductor. Yorkwoods Public Library, 1785 Finch Ave. West. 493-4372. . •8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Kulesha: The Gates of Time; Brahms: Violin Concerto; Nielsen: ·symphony #5. Anne-Sophie Mutter, · violin; Jukka-Pekka Saraste, cond. Roy Thomson · Hall, 60 ' Simcoe St. 593-4828. to . •8:00: Toronto Opera Repertoire, Giuseppe Macina, dir. J. Strauss.~ Die Ftedermaus. See February 12. ,.. •8:00: University of Toronto Jazz Se;ies. Small .Jazz Ensembles. See February 5. •12:05: Glenn Gould Studio: Music Around Us. Musica Viva. Kuzmenko: Trio for flute, cello & piano (commissioned work); Poulenc: Trio pour piano, hautbois et basson; Still: Miniatures; Gaubert: Serenade from Three Watercolours. Vicki Slechta, flute; Senia Trubashnik, oboe; Grigory Goldberg, cello; Cecilia lgnatieff, piano. 250 Front St. West. 205-5555. Free. •12: 10: Music in St. P.aul's. Organ recital by Christopher Cotton. St. Paul's Anglican Church, 227 Bloor Street East. 961-8116. Free. •12: 1 0: University of Toronto Thursday Noon Series. Music and Poetry: Britten: Serenade for'Tenor, . Horn and Strings. Michael \ Colvin, tenor; Gabe Radford, horn; U ·of T .Chamber Orchestra; David Zafer, cond; Professor Eric Domville, commentator. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park. 978- 374413750. Free. •8:00: Ford Centre for the Performing Arts & Orchestras Ontario. Leontyne Price, soprano. Fundraising concert. 7:00pm: Pre-concert talk. George Weston Redtal Hall, 5040 Yonge St. 872- 22221366-8834. to . •8:00: Toronto .Symphony Orche;tra. See February 26. Free post-concert lobby chat. •1 :00 to 4:00: Music Gallery. Glen Hall: Hallucinations: Music, Words and lm~fJeS for William S. Burroughs. The first of 3 open afternoon workshops allowing those interested to observe and learn about the process of putting this multimedia work together. Culminates in a performance on March 2. J;loswell Rudd, trombone; Barry Elmes, drums; Handslang; Strange Attractors; Jason Holder, · video artist: 179 Richmond St. West. 204-1080. ,. •8:00: Esprit Orchestra & Elmer Jseler Singers. Midwinter Songs. Rea: Litaneia; Evangelista: Noc'he oscura (Dark Night); Louie: Love Songs for a Small }Vlusic at the ljig c:?hurch presents the croronto debut of rrfie Scliu6ert 'Ensem6fe of.L?ntfon Simon Blendis, violin William Howard, piano Douglas Paterson, viola Jane Salmon, cello Peter Buckoke, double bass Tuesday, February 25, 8:00 pm · St. Paul•s Anglican Church, 227 Bloor St. E. Toronto, Ontario Tickets and Information: (416) 214-2288 Ticket Prices: .00 adults, .00 students/seniors visa accepted Feb~uary 1 - March 5 1997 • Page 19 Planet; Lauridson: Midwinter Songs. St. Patrick's Church, 141 McCaui. St. 366-7723. to . •8:00: Exultate Chamber Singers, John Tuttle, cond. From Far and Wide - a THERE•s MORE!! FIRST FIVE DAYS 'OF MARCH ... celebration of Canada's choral .----'------------, heritage. Ruth Watson Henderson, piano. Saint Thomas's Church, 383 Huron St. 961-8382. ,,. · •8:00: Ford Centre for the Performing Arts. Juilliard . String Quartet. Bach: The Art. of the Fugue. 7:00pm: Preconcert talk. George Weston Recital Hall, 5040 '(onge St. 872-2222. to . . •8:00: Les Coucous Benevoles. An evening of Christopher Butterfield and his musfc. Butterfield: Five Songs for 2 Tenors and Percussion; Garden Truck; Flamingo Limo; Ursonate·. Christopher Butterfield & Benjamin Butterfield, vocalists; Elissa Poole, flute; Colin Tilney, clavichord; Rick Sacks, percussion; Linda Melsted, violin; Sergei lstomin, viola da gamba. Heliconian Hall, 35 Hazelton Ave, 58·8-9939, ,. •8.:00: Toronto Opera Repertoire, Giuseppe Macina, dir. Puccini: La Boheme. See Febryary 14. ,. with Ruth Watson Henderson, accompanist present From Far an!l Wide Canada's choral heritage from the 18th century to the .present Friday, February 28 at 8pm St. Thomas's Church 383 Huron Street For tickets and· informarion call {416) 961-8382 The Elmer Iseler Singers and the ' Esprit Orchestra tl!li.twioter · ~oo9s ·for Friday, February 28, 19,97 at8pm St. Patrick's Church, 141 .McCaul Street . The evening will -feature a program of contemporary works by Alexina Louie, John Rea, Jose Evangelista and more. For tickets call: 416.483~5549 • Visa/MC

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