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Volume 2 Issue 6 - March 1997

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Page 20 • March 1 • April 5 1 997 brought to unprecedented heights. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe St. 872-4255. to . •3:00: Leaside Concert Series. Pierre Souvairan, piano. Beethoven: 12 Variations in A major; Sonata Op. 11 0 in A flat major; Faure: Nocturnes Op.63 #6 in D flat major & Op. 119 #13 in b minor; Schumann: Novellette Op.21 #8; Abegg Variations Op. 1. Leaside Presbyterian Church, 670 Eglinton Ave. East. For tickets call North Toronto Institute of Music at 488-"2588, or avail. at the door. ,1 0. Family admission, . •7:30: Concentus Arts Ensembles in Recital. 8 Men Sing. Brahms: Alto Rhapsody; music for male chorus by Mendelssohn, Schumann & Brahms. Redeemer Lutheran Church, 1691 Bloor St. West. 964-8293. . •8:00: Arraymusic & Toronto Dance Theatre. See March 11. •8:00: Glenn Gould Studio Jazz. Joe Sealy, Paul Novotny & Friends. Joe Sealy, piano; Paul Novotny, bass; Mike Murley, saxophone; Mark Kelso, drums. 250 Front St. West. 205-5555. ,. •8:00: Music Gallery. Stonehenge Revisited. An evening of electroacoustic music by Bolton, Stillwell & Dobinson. Canadian Electronic Ensemble: David Jaeger, Jim Montgomery & Larry Lake. Guest artist: Laura Wilcox, RAAD viola. 179 Richmond St. West. 204-1080. ,. •8:00: Musical Memories with Jack Garson. '-Songs from West Side Story, South Pacific, Jacques Brei, Phantom of the Opera, LEls Miserables, AI Jolson & Louis Armstrong, as well as a special selection of music in honour of St. Patrick's Day. Montgomery's Inn, 4709 Dundas St. West. 394-8113. 0, . Advance registration required. •8:00: Recital. Solos, duos and trios by Spohr, J.S. Bach, Sarasate, Moszkowski. Anita Walsh and Nana Jokura, violin; Susan Archibald, piano. Heliconian Hall, 35 Hazelton Avenue. Free. •8:00: Toronto Tabla Ensemble. Multi-disciplinary, poly-ethnic evening with guest dancers: Esmeralda Enrique, Joanna Das & Patrick Parson. Betty Oliphant Theatre, 404 Jarvis St. 973- 4000. ,. •8:00: University of Toronto Opera Division. Chabrier: L 'Etoile. MacMillan Theatre, 80 Queen's Park. 978- 3744/3750. ,. Sunday March 16 •1 :30: Music at the McMichael. John Arpin presents a concert by a guest musician. McMichael Canadian Collection, 1 03G5 Islington Ave, Kleinburg. 905- 893-0344 ext.265. Free with gallery admission. •2:00: Harbourfront Centre Coca-Cola Concert. 3 Our Tour. Music of Celtic, Middle Eastern & Indian traditions. Beverly Kreller, guitar, whistle, bodhran, vocals; Kevin Gould, accordion, vocals; Laurel MacDonald, percussion, guitar, bouzouki, vocals. Water's Edge Cafe, 235 Queen's Quay West. 973-3000. Free. •2:30: Aldeburgh Connection. Come Into the Parlour, Maud. Vilma Vitols, mezzo; David Pomeroy, tenor; James Westman, baritone. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park Cres. 944-2154. ,. •2:30: Off Centre Music Series. Music of Brahms and Beethoven. David Louie, piano. Arts and Letters Club, 14 Elm Street. 466-1870. ,. •3:00: Canadian Music Competitions: Symphony of Celebration. CMC at the Heliconian. Karl Lo, Jessica Tong & Vanessa Lee, piano; Daniel Bolshoy, guitar; Anthony Rullo, violin. Heliconian Hall, 35 Hazelton Ave. 585-4408. 0, . •4:30: Cathedral Church of St. James. Ham: Solitudes of the Passion. St. James' Cathedral Choir. 65 Church St. 364-7865. Free. •4:30: Great Music at St. Anne's. Choral Evensong. Gibbons: So God Loved The World; Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis (Plainsong). St. Anne's Church, 270 Gladstone Ave. 536-3160. Free. •8:00: Arraymusic, Peggy Baker/Solo Dance & Toronto Dance Theatre. Concert combining music and theatre. Kucharzyk: Room; Stevenson: Music From Flux; Baker & Baker: La vie de boheme; M.J.Baker: Columbus. Robert W. Stevenson, clarinet; Peggy Baker, dance; Christopher House, choreographer; Toronto Dance Theatre. Premiere Dance Theatre, 207 Queen's Quay West. 973- 4000. to . •8:00: Ford Centre for the Performing Arts. Peter Schreier, tenor; Andras Schiff, piano. Schubert: Die schOne Mullerin, D. 795. 5040 Yonge St. 872-2222. ,,.50. •8:00: New Music Concerts. Der Weltbaumeister: architectural music theatre. This performance will take place amidst a walk-through environment conceived of and designed by installation artist Henry Jesionka and film maker Peter Mettler. Jens Peter Ostendorf, composer and guest conductor. The Design Exchange, 234 Bay St. 961-9594. ,. Monday March 17 •8:00: Ford Centre for the Performing · Arts. Harp Consort with Andrew Lawrence-King. A St. Patrick's Day all-Irish progr~m. 7:00pm: Pre­ Concert Talk. 5040 Yonge St. 872-2222. ,,. •8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. "The Long and Winding Road." Bizet: selections from Carmen Suite #1; Gershwin: selections from Porgy and Bess; Bernstein: selections from West Side Story; Williams: Theme from Schindler's List; Beetles: Sergeant Pepper Medley. The Swingle Singers; Steven Reineke, cond. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe St. 593- 4828. to . Tuesday March 18 •1 :00: Organ Recital at St. James' Cathedral. William Maddox, organ. 65 Church St. 364-7865. Free. •6:00: York University Student Chamber Recital. Dacary Hall, 050 Mclaughlin College, 4700 Keele St. 736- 5186. Free. •7:30: John Graham and Eric Medhurst, duo piano. Program to include music for piano four hand and two pianos by Arensky, Rachmaninoff. Lutoslawski. Milhaud. Recital Hall, Royal Conservatory of Music, , 273 Bloor St W., 408-2824. ,. •8:00: Arraymusic & Toronto Dance Theatre. See March 11. •8:00: Glenn Gould Studio: On Stage Series. Schubert: Notturno; Mendelssohn: Piano Trio in c minor, Op.66; Brahms: Piano Trio in B major, Op.8. Cheng/Chase/Rivinius Trio: Angela Cheng, piano; Stephanie Chase, violin; Gustav Rivinius, cello. 250 Front St. West. 205-5555. . •8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. See March 17. •9:00: Music Gallery. Cook Chow Mein Carefully. CCMC: Michael Snow, piano & synthesizer; John Oswald, alto sax; Paul Dutton, soundsinging & harmonica. 179 Richmond St. West. 204- 1 080. Donation encouraged. Wednesday March 19 .•12:00 noon: York University Music at Noon. Percussion Ensemble & Brass Choir. John Brownell & ian Cowie, directors. Dacary Hall, 050 Mclaughlin College, 470.0 Keele St. 736-5186. Free. •12:00: Eine Kleine Lunch Music. Michael Gfroerer performs original music on unusual instruments. Music Room, Hart House, University of Toronto. 978-5362. Free. •12:30: Yorkminster Park Baptist Church. Noonday Recital. John Laing, organ. 1585Yonge St. 922-1167. Free. •2:00 & 8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. See March 17. Matinee to ; evening to . •7:00: Art Gallery of Ontario. All That's Jazz. Jane Bunnett & Don Thompson. Walker Court, 317 Dundas St. West. 979-6608. ,. •8:00: Arraymusic & Peggy Baker. See March 12. •8:00: Ford Centre for the Performing Arts. Shanghai Quartet. Works by Haydn, Zhou Long & Dvorak. Educational program at 1:30pm. 5040 Yonge St. 872-2222. ,,. •8:00: Glenn Gould Studio: On Stage Series. Music of Telemann, Forqueray, Guillemain, Leclair, Royer and

! Rameau. Trio Sonnerie: Monica Huggett, violin; Sarah Cunningham, viola da gamba; Gary Cooper, harpsichord; Wilbert Hazelzet, flute. 250 Front St. West. 205-5555. . •8:00: Toronto Latvian Concert Association. Masterpieces of the French Baroque. Dita Krenberga, flute; lngus Petersons, tenor; Ventis Zilberts, piano. Jane Mallett Theatre, 27 Front St. l:ast. 481-8616. ,. •8:00: University of Toronto Vocal Jazz Concert. U of T Vocal Jazz Ensemble, John Chalmers, dir. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park. 978- 3744/3750. Free. Thunday March 20 •12:00 noon: Glenn Gould Studio. Music Around Us. "Histoire du Tango"; Spanish & Latin American folk songs. Rachel Gauk, guitar; Susan Hoeppner, flute. 250 Front St. West. 205-5555. Free. •1 2: 1 0: Noon Hour Organ Recital. Eric Robertson, organ. St. Paul's Anglican Church, 227 Bloor St. East. 961- 8116. Free. •12: 1 0: University of Toronto Thursday Noon Series. Conducting Recital. Fourth Year conducting students of Doreen Rao with the U of T Choral Lab Choir; Professors Lori Anne Dolloff, Lee Bartel and Doreen Rao, directors. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park. 978- 3744/3750. Free. •8:00: Arraymusic & Toronto Dance Theatre. See March 11 . •8:00: Marta Hidy & Friends. Chopin: Piano Trio in g, Op.8: Shostakovich: Suite of Romances on Poems of Alexander Blok, Op. 127; Glick: Piano Quintet "The Friendship." Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front St. West. 205-5555. ,. •8:00: Music Toronto. Prazak Quartet. Mozart: Quartet in C Major, K.465; Janacek: Quartet #1, "Kreutzer Sonata"; Smetana: . Quartet #1. Jane Mallett Theatre, 27 Front St. East. 366-7723. ,. •8:00: Tafelmusik. Virtuoso Concertos. Concertos by Vivaldi, Telemann, Leclair, Fasch, Marcello, Handel. Washington McClain, oboe; Thomas Georgi, viola d'amore; Michael McCraw, bassoon; Jeanne Lamon, violin. Trinity St.-Paul's United Church, 427 Bloor St. West. 964-6337. to . •8:00: University of Toronto Faculty of Music. Works by Student Composers. St. Lawrence String Quartet, Quartet,in-Residence; Student Chamber Ensembles. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park. 978- 3744/3750. Free. friday March 21 e12:00 n~:lOn: Roy Thomson Hall Volunteers Bring Your Own Lunch Concert. Stephen Shinn, baritone. 60 Simcoe St. 593-4822. Free. •12:00 noon: University Settlement Music & Arts School and Village by the Grange. Latin Braz duo.· Latin songs and rhythms. Village by the Grange Food Court Stage, Dundas & McCaul. 598-3444. Free. •8:00: Arraymusic & Peggy Baker. See March 12. •8:00: Etobicoke Community Concert Band. Etobicoke Pops! Light classics and famous show & movie themes. Johnny Cowell, trumpet. Etobicoke Collegiate, , 86 Montgomery Rd. 233- 1364. 0, , children free. •8:00: Ford Centre for the Performing Arts. Ben Heppner, tenor; Canadian Opera Company Orchestra; Mario Bernardi, conductor. Program to include German, French & Italian operatic repertoire. 7:00pm: Opera Quiz. 5040 Yonge St. 872- 2222. ,,. •8:00: Hart House Gala March I - April 5 1997 • Page 21 Concert. Potpourri. With the Hart House Orchestra, Chamber Strings, Symphonic Band and Jazz Ensemble; and the Hart House Singers and Chorus. MacMillan Theatre, 80 Queen's Park. Tickets by phoning 978-2452 or at the door. . DOD~ TAFHMUSIK BAROQUE ORCHESTRA JEANNE LAMON, MUSIC DIRECTOR , USl west of Spadina) Virtuoso concertos MARCH 20, 21 , 22 - 8:00PM I MARCH 23- 3:30PM The Tafelmusik Orchestra boasts some of the finest players of any period orchestra in the world. They will be featured in this showcase concert of virtuoso concertos by Vivaldi, Telemann, Leclair, Marcello and Handel. Tickets: SPONSORED BY Sunday, March 23, 1997 ' 8:00p.m. Jane Mallett Theatre, St. Lawrence Centre ,, (GST included) Sc1CAN ::;? II ; .50 student/senior - St. Lawrence Centre box office 27 Front Street East (416) 366-7723 transitions- Colin McPhee and beyond Colin McPhee (Canada) Bob Becker (Canada) Concerto for Wind Orchestra, 1960 Tabuh-Tabuhan for orchestra and 2 pianos, 1936 Transitions for orchestra, 1954 Music On The Moon, 1996 world premiere

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