Page 24 • March 1 - April 5 1997 e8:00: Music Gallery. Master Musicians from the East. Trichy Sankaran, mrdangam. Music from the South Indian classical tradition. 179 Richmond St. West. 204- 1080. ,. •8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Sibelius: Pelleas a_nd Melisande; Faure: Suite from Pelleas et Melisande; Schoenberg: Pelleas und Melisande. Peggy Baker, solo dance artist; James Kudelka, choreographer; Jukka-Pekka S~uaste, cond. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 ,Simcoe St. 593- 4828. to . Friday March 28 E. 961-8116. •4:30: St. Mary's Art Centre. Pergo/esi: Stabat Mater. Members of Ensemble Untervyegs, with pupils from the studio of Lois McDonall. 40 Westmoreland Avenue.· 596-9795. available at door. •7:30: Music at Metropolitan. Music for Good Friday. Haydn: Stabat Mater; Durufle: Requiem. Hope Nightingale, soprano; Terese Sirek, Vilma Vitols, altos; Jay Lambie, tenor; Bernard Jackson, Michael Thomas, baritones; Mark Toews, organ; Metropolitan Festival Choir and Orchestra, Patricia Wrlght, cond. Metropolitan United Church, · 56 Queen St. East. 363-0331. , 5. •8:00: Great Music at St. instrument orchestra. Trinity St. Paul's United Church, 427 Bloor St. West. 694-2354. , .. Saturday , March 29 •8:00: Music Gallery-. Out of this World: Geordie McDon'ald and the Painkillers~ Jazz, New Music and World Music with an emphasis on improvisation. Ron Allen, sax; Michael Morse, bass; Steve Donald, trombone; Geordie McDonald, drums/percussion; Ted Quinlan, guitar; Allan Briesmaster, Michelle Jennings, re·adings . . 179 Richmond St. West. 204- 1080. . ' •8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. See March 27. •2:00: Harbourfront Centre Anne's. Good Friday Concert. Coca-Cola Concert. Kirk and Mozart: Symphony #39; Mass Magoo. With Garth Vogen, , in ·c major "Coronation bass. Wate.r's Edge Cafe, 235 Mass." St. Anne's Church Queen Quay West. 973- Choir and Festival Orchestra; Sunday 3000. Free. Christopher Cotton, •3:00: Saint Andrevv conductor. St. Anne's March 30 Chorale. The Passion of Church, 210 Gladstone Ave. Christ. St. Andrew's United 536-3160. ,. •2:00: Harbourfront Centre & Church, 117 Bloor St. East. e8:oo: Toronto Chamber Worlds of Music Toronto. 960-8737. Free will offering. society, David· Failis, dir. ' Concert of Eastern European • ·4:00: St. Paul's Church. Michael Haydn·: Requiem in c Music. Irene Markhoff, Messaien: Vision de I' Amen; minor. Meredith Hall, soprano_; ethnomusiclogist, singer· & Liszt: Via Crucis. Popov and Rosemarie van der Hooft, instrumentalist; Sonia Vona: Duo Piano, Choir of St. al~o; ' Robert Breault, tenor; Kiriakova, siljlger; Chris Aston, Paul's Church. 227 Bloor St. Paul Grindlay, bass; period tambura; Ben Grossman, percussion, oud & bouzouki; Chutzpah; Allan Merovitz, singer; Anne Lederman, violin; Sasha Luminsky, accordion; Martin Van de Ven, clarinet; Toronto Mandolin Orchestra. Water's Edge Cafe, 235 Queen's Quay West. 973- 3000. Free. •8:00: Hart House Chamber Strings, Fabio Mastrangelo, cond. Great Hall, Hart House, University of Toronto. 978- 0537. Free. Monday March 31 •7:30: York University Vocal and String Ensembles. Dacary Hall; 050 Mclaughlin College, 4700 KeElle St. 736-5186. Free. •8:00: Jewish Music Toronto. First annual Jeanette Go/dhar Memorial Concert. Works by Bloch, Barnes, Glick, Klein and Steinberg. Trio Lyra: Mark Childs, viola; Suzanne Shulman, flute, Erica Goodman, harp; special guest: Soren Hermansson, french horn. Leah Posluns Theatre, Koffler Centre. of the Arts, 4588 Bathur~>t St. 636- 1880 ext.231. ,, . T THE CHORAL EVENT OF EASTER 1997 11 HASTEN TO COME BEFORE WINT~R 11 1 THE STORY OF ST. PAUL, THEN and NOW -fj. · Jhe critically acclaimed dramatic oratorio by lyricist RICHARD OUZOUNIA,N with music by ERIC ROBERTSON and MAREK NORMAN originally present~d in November 1993 to celebrate St. Paul's 1 50th Anniversary, will be presented: SATURDAY, MARCH 29th at 7:30 p.m •. Tyley ROSS . Gary KRAWFORD . Chris SHYER . Jayne LEWIS Orchestra Led by· ERIC N. ROBERTSON with the BELL 'ARTE SINGERS conductor LEE WILLINGHAM Narration by RICHARD OUZOUNIAN ST. 'PAUL'S ANGLICAN CHURCH 227 Bloor Street East Toronto..---=_. -T-=--,_ ALL ADULTS$~9& . .oo ' ORDER • . 961-3547 T SEATS • SRS/STU .50 & .50 • by VISA RESERVED ' '
FIRST 5: PULSE'S listings-in-brief for the first five days of April. Double-check next month's issue (Mar 25) for changes, additions, and details. Tuesday April1 8:00: Hart House Singers "April Fools" Concert. Great Hall, Hart House, University of Toronto. 978-5362. Free. 8:00: University of" Toronto Guitar Orchestra. Eli Kassner, dir. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park. 978-374413750. Free. 8:30: Cecilia Bartoli, mezzosoprano. With Gyorgy Fischer, piano. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe St. 593- 4828. to . Wednesday April 2 8:00: Roy Thomson Hall & Massey Hall. Academy of Ancient Music. Masterpieces by Handet and Bach. Emma Kirkby, soprano; Christopher · Hogwood, cond. Massey Hall, Shuter St. east of Yonge. · 872-4255. to . 8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. J.S. Bach: Chorale "Es ist genug" from Cantata #60; Berg: Violin Concerto; Schubert: Symphony #9, "The Great. " Christian, Tetzlaff, violin; Jukka-Pekka Saraste, cond. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe St. 593- 482[$. to . 8:00: University of Toronto Jazz Orchestra. The tradition of great Big Band jazz lives on. Music from swing .to bop to mainstream to jazz/rock fusion. The 10 O'Clock Jazz Orchestra, Paul Read, dir; the 11 O'Clock Jazz Orchestra, Phil Nimmons, dir. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park. 978- 374413750. Fr'ee. Thursday April 3 1:30: Women's Musical Club of Toronto. Wren Baroque Soloists. Vocal Ensemble with AFTERNOON CONCERT Featuring music by Antonio Caldara and his contemporaries WOMEN'S MUSICAL CLUB OF TORONTO Baroque Instruments. Toronto debut. Works by Antonio Caldara, Purcell, Martin Peerson. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park Cresc. 487- 3697. . 6:45: TSO Classic lntros preconcert talk. Kenneth Winters looks at the life and work of Franz Schubert . . Rick Phillips, host. Roy Thomson Hl(lll, 60 Simcoe St. 593-4828. Free with ticket to the 8 p .m. performance or .50 per ticket. 8:00: Hart House Orchestra Spring Concert. Great Hall, Hart House, University of Toronto. 978-5362. Free. 8:00: Frank Tetreau, piano in an all-Brahms program. Remeiwi Room, Royal Conservatory of Music, 273 Bloor St W., 408-2824. ,. 8:00: Music Toronto. Borodin Quartet. Schubert: Quartet in E flat Major, Op. 125; Webern: ' DOD~