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Volume 2 Issue 5 - February 1997

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Paae 20 • February 1 - March 5 1997 FIRST 5:· PULSE'S Saturday March 1 •1 :00: Harbourfront Centre & Jeunesse Musicales of , Canada. Mouse Tales. Brigantine Room, 235 Queen's Quay· W. 973-4000. •1 :00 to 4:00: Music· Gallery. Glen Hall: Hallucinations. Workshop. 179 Richmond W. 204-1080. · e8:00: Arbor Oak Trio. Teares and Lamentations. Calvin Presbyterian Church, 26 Delisle Avenue. 256-9421. •8:00: Baroque Music beside the Grange. Gems from · Bach's Cantatas. St. George the Martyr. 588-4301. •8:00: East York Symphony Orchestra, Douglas Sanford, dir. Leah Posluns Theatre, 4588 Bathurst St. 467-7.142. Theatre. 698-9572. ,$.12. •&:00: University of Toronto Chamber Orchestra. Walter . Ha·ll, 80 Queen's Park. 978- 3744/3750 . .. Sunday March 2 •1 :00 to 4:00: Music Gallery. Glen Hall: Hallucinations. See March 1. •2:00: 'AGO. All That's Jazz. 979-6608. •2:00: Mississauga Symphony Musical Matinees. Familiar & Exotic. Miss·issauga Central LilM'·ary, 301 , Burnhamthorpe Road West. 905,-274-1571. . •2:00: Toronto Opera Repertoire, Giuseppe Macina,· listings-in-brief for the first five days of the following month. ~ · Double-check next mon 1 th 's issue {Feb 25) for changes and details. Or check out the Pulse Web Site: www.pulsetoronto.com Anne's. Abendmusic. 270 Gladstope. 536-3160. Free. •7:00: Music at St. John's. Bloor West Village Chamber Music Evening. St. John's West Toronto, 288 Humberside Ave. 763-2393. •7:30: Chancel Concert. Ming Kwan, tenor. Metropolitan United Church, 56 Queen East. 363-0331. •8:00: Music Gallery. Performance of Glen Hall: Hallucinations (see March 1 & 2, 1:00 to 4:00). 179 . Richmond West. 204-1 080. · Theatre, 4588 Bathurst St. 636-1880 ext. 299. •8:00: Music Toronto.' Pascal Roge, piano. Jane Mallett Theatre, 27 Front St. East: 366-7723., Wednesday March 5 •7:30: AGO. All That's Jazz. . Chesterfield Inlet. 317 Dundas St. West. 979-6608. •8:00: Arbor Oak Trio. Teares and'Lamentations. Massey College. See Mar 1. •8:oo: Ford Centre. Wind Soloists of the Chamber Orchestra of Europe. George Monday March 3 Weston Recital Hall, 5040 •8:00: Roy Thomson Hall Yonge St. 872-2222. International Vocal Re.cital •8:00: Toronto Symphony cond. Puccini: La Boheme. Series. Michelle DeYoung. 60 Orchestra. Takemitsu; ~Central Technical Theatre. Simcoe St. 593-4828. Rachmanino.ff; Tchaikovsky. •8:00: Ford Centre for the 6S8-9572. ·Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe Performing Arts. Music of · •2:30: Ford Centre for the Tuesday March 4 St. 593-48?8. . Chopin,. .Garri9k Ohlsson, Performing Arts. Beaqx Arts • 12: 1 O: University of •12:00: .Eine Kleine Lunch piano. George Weston Recital Trio. George Weston Recital Toronto Vocal Performance Music. Hart House, U of T, Hall, 5040 Yonge. 872-2222. Hall, 5040 Yonge. 872-2222. Class. Walter Hall, 978- 978-5362. •8:00: Glenn Gould Studio •3:00: Mooredale .\Concerts. 3744/3750. " •12:30: Yorkminster Park Jazz. Lorraine Desmarais Trio. · All The King's Voices. Walter .. • 8:00: Jewish Music Baptist. Noonday 250 Front West. 205-5555. Hall. 757-55~2. 922-3714. Toronto. The Raye Horowitz Recital. 1585 Yor;~ge. 922- · •8:00: Mooredale Concerts. •3:?0: Arad!a. Acad~my of Concert. Penderecki String 1167. A Glorious Mass with Choir & Anc1ent Mus1cks. Jane Mallett • Quartet. Leah ·Posluns Orchestra plus a Romantic Theatre, 27 Front St. East. Sextet. Willowdafe United, 905-625-4286. 347Kenneth Ave. 922-3714. •3:00: Baroque Music Bes_ide •8:00: Oriana Singers. Love the Grange. Gems from Bach. & l.,ife. Grace Church on-the- See March 1. . · Hill, 300 Lonsdale. 742-7006. •3:00: Concertsingers, INTRODUCING •8:00: Oshawa-Durham Stephen Powell, dir. My Spirit Symphony Orchestra. Masters Sang All Day. St. Thomas's, of the 20th Century. 383 Huron St. 769-7991. www.pulsetoronto.com Bowmanville High School, 49 •3:00: Mississauga Choral Liberty St. North, Society. Rossini: Petite Messe Bowmanville. 905-579-6711. Solennelle. · St. Dominic's CHECK IT OUT NQW! •8:00: Toronto Opera Church, Ca"Ythra Rd. at Repertoire. J.Strauss: Die Atwater. 905-278-7059. Fledermaus. Central Technical •4:30: Great Music at St. Mooredale Concerts . Schubert A Glorious Mass with Choir & Orchestra + a Dvorak Sextet Erica Raum, violin "Brilliant mastery of the instrument" Nepszab. Budapest David King conducting All the King's Voices & the. Mooredale Festival Orchestra Sat. Mar. 1, 8pm at Willowdale United Church Sun. Mar. 2, 3 m at Walter Hall, U Qf T · Mooredale Concerts is the hot tip for great music, spoken commentary, a cameo appearence by a rising young star and affordable tickets! , St/Sr) 922-3714 c B L A "' - A R t' v 0 I Q E u R E s s Dawn Lyons & Den Cjul 109 Fuller Avenue Toronto, Ontario M6R 2C4 Phone: (416) 538-3062 Fax: (416) 538-3062 Email: dlyons@io.org page at http://www.io.org/ .-..dlyons HARPSICHORDS CLAVICHORDS SPINETS VIRGINALS FORTE-PIANOS Sales - Repairs - Rentals Agents for Zuckermann Harpsichords

February 1 - March 5 1 997 • Page 21 Pulse group membership: a mutual benefit The 56 previously published member PROFILES listed here are available by mail, fax, e­ mail, and on the world wide web at www.pulsetoronto.com See page 2 for numbers. Academy Concert Series, Aldeburgh Connection,. Amadeus Choir, Amadeus Ensemble, Aradia Baroque Ensemble, Arbor Oak Trio, Artword Theatre, Associates of the TSO, Bach Children's Chorus, Canadian Children's Opera Chorus, Canadian Music Centre, Canadian Music Competitions Chamber Music by Candlelight, Concentus Arts, East York Symphony, Elmer lseler Singers, Elora Festival, Ensemble Unterwegs, Esprit Orchestra, Ford Centre for the Performing Arts, Hannaford Street 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, National Music Camp of Canada, new music concerts, New School of Vocal Studies, Off Centre Music Series, Opera Atelier, Opera Anonymous, Opera Division (U. of T.L Organ Alternatives, Orpheus Choir of Toronto, St Andrew ChGrale, 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 Mozart Society, 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 newest member -- Musica Viva. 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. Additionally, members enjoy significant discounts on display advertising throughout the season. And now, the introduction of our web page (January 1 1997) brings with it an additional range of member benefits. )l MUSICA VIVA & FRIENDS 892 Castlefield Ave. Toronto, Ontario M6B 1C8 Tel. 782-3116 Fax 480-0579 Artistic Director: Vicki Slechta The 1996-97 season marks the 16th anniversary of Musica Viva & Friends. The core ensemble of flutist Vicki Slechta, cellist Grigory Goldberg and pianist Cecilia lgnatieff presented their first recital at the Royal Conservatory Concert Hall in December 1980. For several years they performed as a trio and commissioned two works for this combination. The ensemble has grown to include oboist Senia Trubashnik and mezzo soprano Michele Gaudreau. With these "friends" and producer Srul Irving Glick they have released their first CD, Entre Nous in November 1995. Clyde Gilmour referred to the ensemble on CBC Radio as "one of Canada's most accomplished and versatile chamber ensembles" and Bob Kerr introduced the disc as "absolutely charming ... just plain beautiful 20th century music." Musica Viva will give its last Toronto performance of the season at the Glenn Gould Studio on February 27. PULSE 1 S (UN)CLASSIFIED ADS: FEBRUARY 1997 Flute/recorder/tin whistle player intereste

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