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Volume 20 Issue 7 - April 2015

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Saturday April 11●●7:30: Barrie Concerts. Sinfonia Toronto.Works by Mozart, Wieniawski, Ravel andTchaikovsky. Nurhan Arman, conductor;Elisso Gogibedashwili, violin. Hi-Way PentecostalChurch, 50 Anne St. N., Barrie. 705-726-1181. ; free with next season’s BarrieConcerts subscription.●●7:30: Guelph Chamber Choir/DancetheatreDavid Earle. Sacred Dance.Mozart: Requiem; Allegri: Miserere; Pergolesi:Stabat; Mater Dolorosa from StabatMater; Esenvalds: In paradisum. MusicaViva Orchestra on period instruments; DancetheatreDavid Earle; Gerald Neufeld, conductor.River Run Centre, 35 Woolwich St.,Guelph. 519-763-3000. /(4 or more);(st); (eyeGO).Sunday April 12●●2:30: Kingston Symphony. Shostakovich &Schubert. Beethoven: Overture to Coriolan;Shostakovich: Cello Concerto No.1; Schubert:Symphony No.9. Denise Djokic, cello; GlenFast, conductor. The Isabel, 390 King StreetW., Kingston. 613-530-2050. $20-; $20-(sr); -(st); (child).●●2:30: Niagara Symphony Orchestra. ‘Next’Gen III – Beethoven Lives Upstairs. BradleyThachuk, conductor. Sean O’Sullivan Theatre,Centre for the Arts, Brock University,500 Glenridge Ave., St. Catharines. 905-687-4993. .50-.50.Wednesday April 15●●12:00 noon: Music at St. Andrews. JohnPaul Farahat, Organ. St. Andrew’s PresbyterianChurch (Barrie), 47 Owen St., Barrie. 705-726-1181. ; free(st).●●8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber MusicSociety. Penderecki String Quartet. Čurčin:“Unorthodox Obsession” for Piano Trio; Pepa:Quartet No.1 “Nekuia”; Palej: Quartet No.1“De Profundis;” Drakulić: Piano Quintet (premiere).Erika Crinó, piano. KWCMS MusicRoom, 57 Young St. W., Waterloo. 519-886-1673. ; (sr); $20(st).Friday April 17●●8:00: Organix Concerts/St. George’sCathedral. Jens Korndoerfer, Organ. St.George’s Cathedral (Kingston), 270 King St.E., Kingston. 416-769-3893 or 1-877-769-5224.; $20(sr); (st); free(18 and under).Ticket orders in advance recommended.Saturday April 18●●10:00am and 11:00am: Kitchener-WaterlooSymphony. Kinderconcert Series: Toot,Bang, Swish! Conrad Centre for the PerformingArts, 36 King St. W., Kitchener. 519-745-4711 or 1-888-745-4717. ; (child).Also 11:00am; Mar 21(10:30am, WaterlooRegion Museum), Apr 25(10:30am, Elmira).●●8:00: Folk Under the Clock. Men at WordsOnce Only Tour. James Keelaghan (Canada);Archie Fisher (Scotland); Jez Lowe (England).Market Hall Performing Arts Centre,140 Charlotte St., Peterborough. 705-749-1146 and 705-742-9425. ; (st). All ticketsare reserved seating.Sunday April 19●●2:00: Chamber Music Hamilton. LafayetteQuartet. Haydn: Violin Quintet in C; Coulthard:B. Concerts Beyond the GTAString Quartet No.2 “Threnody”; Beethoven:Quartet No.15 Op.132. Art Gallery of Hamilton,123 King St. W., Hamilton. 905-525-7429. ;(sr); (st).●●2:30: Duet Club of Hamilton. 126th AnniversaryChoral Concert. Renaissance torecent Canadian compositions; Peterson:Hymn to Freedom. Duet Club Chorus; guests:Rosewood Consort; Treble Makers of Hillfield-StrathallanJr. School; Stéphane Potvin,conductor. Melrose United Church,86 Homewood Ave., Hamilton. 905-304-8945. ; (sr); free(12 and under).●●3:00: Wellington Winds. Concerto for WindEnsemble. Works by Dukas, Barber, Debussy,Saucedo, Revueltas and others. Daniel Warren,conductor. Grandview Baptist Church,250 Old Chicopee Dr., Kitchener. 519-669-1327. $20; (sr); free(st). Also Apr 26 (KnoxPresbyterian, Waterloo).●●5:00: St. George’s Cathedral (Kingston).Choral Evensong Commemorating St.George. Works by Washburn, Sumsion andOxley. Cathedral Evensong Choir. 270 King St.E., Kingston. 613-548-4617. Freewill offering.●●7:30: Acoustic Muse Concerts. Men atWords. James Keelaghan, Archie Fisher andJez Lowe, singer/songwriters. Aeolian Hall,795 Dundas St. E., London. 519-672-7950 or519-319-5847. /(adv). 6:30: doorsopen.●●8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber MusicSociety. Music Beyond the Chamber. Bach:Goldberg Variations (transcr. Sitkovetsky).Jessica Tong, violin; Rose Wollman, viola;Kirsten Jermé, cello. KWCMS Music Room,57 Young St. W., Waterloo. 519-886-1673. ;(sr); $20(st).Friday April 24●●7:30: Bravo Niagara! Festival of the Arts.Spring into Music @ Stratus. Julia Bullock,soprano; Renate Rohlfing, piano. StratusVineyards, 2059 Niagara Stone Rd., Niagaraon-the-Lake.289-868-9177. . Stratus winetasting included in ticket price.●●7:30: SweetWater Music Festival. The DonE. Johnson Brass Ensemble. Works by HowardCable, Gerald Bales, Richard Strauss,Paul Dukas and Edward Elgar. Grey and BruceCounty brass musicians; DonnJohnson, conductor.Georgian Shores United Church, 9974th Ave. E., Owen Sound. 519-371-2833. $20;(st).Saturday April 25●●10:30am: Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony.Kinderconcert Series: Toot, Bang, Swish!Woolwich Memorial Centre, 24 Snyder St. S.,Elmira. 519-745-4711 or 1-888-745-4717. ;(child). Also Mar 21(10:30am, WaterlooRegion Museum, Kitchener), Apr 18(10:00amand 11:00am, Conrad Centre, Kitchener).●●2:00: Bravo Niagara! Festival of the Arts.Spring into Music @ Stratus. Mari Kodama,Karin Kei Nagano, piano. Stratus Vineyards,2059 Niagara Stone Road, Niagara-on-the-Lake. 289-868-9177. .●●2:30: Kingston Symphony. Howard Cable’sBig Band. Grand Theatre, 218 Princess St.,Kingston. 613-530-2050. $20-; $20-(sr); -(st); (child).●●7:30: Brock University Department ofMusic. Viva Voce Choral Series: How Sweetand Fair. Dvořák: Songs of Nature, and otherworks. Avanti Chamber Singers; HarrisLoewen, conductor. St. Barnabas AnglicanChurch, 31 Queenston St., St. Catharines.905-688-5550x3817. ; $20(sr/st);(eyeGO).●●7:30: Niagara Symphony Orchestra. POPS!IV – “The Very Model” . . . of Gilbert and Sullivan!Bradley Thachuk, conductor. SeanO’Sullivan Theatre, Centre for the Arts, BrockUniversity, 500 Glenridge Ave., St. Catharines.905-687-4993. .50-.50.●●7:30: SweetWater Music Festival. BrassConcert. TBA. Georgian Shores UnitedChurch, 997 4th Ave. E., Owen Sound. 519-371-2833. ;(st). As of this writing, TrueNorth Brass is scheduled to perform. Due tothe recent death of French horn player JoanWatson, revisions to this program may beforthcoming.●●8:00: Bravo Niagara! Festival of theArts. Spring into Music @ Stratus. Jazztrumpeter Jumaane Smith. Stratus Vineyards,2059 Niagara Stone Rd., Niagara-onthe-Lake.289-868-9177. . Ticket priceincludes Stratus wine tasting.●●8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber MusicSociety. Eric Himy, Piano. Rachmaninov:3 Preludes; Scriabin: Poème in F-sharp; FeuilletOp.45; Sonata No.5 Op.53; Chopin: EtudeOp.25/6; Fantaisie-Impromptu; Ballade in f;Albeniz: from Suite Espanola; De Falla: from ElAmor Brujo. KWCMS Music Room, 57 YoungSt. W., Waterloo. 519-886-1673. ; (sr);$20(st).Sunday April 26●●2:30: Georgian Music. Canada’s BrightestStars. Works by Beethoven, Schumann &Faure. Angela Park, piano; Sharon Wei, viola;Elissa Lee, violin; Rachel Mercer, cello. CentralUnited Church, 54 Ross St., Barrie. 705-726-1181. .●●2:30: Niagara Symphony Orchestra. POPS!IV – “The Very Model” . . . of Gilbert and Sullivan!Bradley Thachuk, conductor. SeanO’Sullivan Theatre, Centre for the Arts, BrockUniversity, 500 Glenridge Ave., St. Catharines.905-687-4993. .50-.50.●●3:00: Wellington Winds. Concerto for WindEnsemble. Works by Dukas, Barber, Debussy,Saucedo, Revueltas and others. Daniel Warren,conductor. Knox Presbyterian Church,50 Erb St. W., Waterloo. 519-669-1327. $20;(sr); free(st). Also Apr 19 (Grandview Baptist,Kitchener).●●7:30: The Cuckoo’s Nest Folk Club. KittyDonohoe. Irish America singer-songwriter.Chaucer’s Pub, 122 Carling St., London. 519-473-2099. /(adv).Tuesday April 28●●8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber MusicSociety. Toronto Serenade String Quartet.De Elias: Quartet No.2; Campa: 3 Miniaturesfor String Quartet; Villa-Lobos: Quartet No.5.Arkady Yanivker and Calvin Tsang, violins;Rory McLeod, viola; Andrew Ascenzo, cello.KWCMS Music Room, 57 Young St. W., Waterloo.519-886-1673. ; (sr); $20(st).Thursday April 30●●7:30: Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra.What Next Festival: Discover the Unusual.Saariaho: Terrestre; Andrew McDonald: Elektraof Atreus; works by James Rolfe and ToyPiano Composers (Elisha Denburg, MonicaPearce, Christopher Thornborrow). WilliamRowson, conductor; Leslie Newman, flute;Erica Goodman, harp. Christ’s Church Cathedral,252 James St. N., Hamilton. 905-526-7756. PWYC.Friday May 1●●7:30: Kawartha Concerts. Bravo: PianoCaméléons - Two Pianos, Classical Music/Jazz Colours. Matt Herskowitz and JohnRoney, pianos. Trinity United Church (Peterborough),360 Reid St., Peterborough. 705-878-5625. /(adv); (st). Also May 2(Lindsay).●●7:30: Oxford Winds Community ConcertBand. Celebrating Heroes. Knox PresbyterianChurch (Woodstock), 59 Riddell St., Woodstock.519-537-2962. ; (adv).Saturday May 2●●7:30: Barrie Concerts. Pianofest. Four outstandingsolo pianists on the 9 foot ShigeruKawai concert grand piano. Hi-Way PentecostalChurch, 50 Anne St. N., Barrie. 705-726-1181. ; (st); free with 2015-16 BarrieConcerts or Georgian Music subscriptions.●●7:30: Cellar Singers. Gilbert and Sullivan:The Pirates of Penzance. Blair Bailey, piano;Mitchell Pady, conductor. St. Paul’s UnitedChurch (Orillia), 62 Peter St. N., Orillia. 705-817-7664. ; (st).●●7:30: Chorus Niagara. Rhythm and Light:Choral Delights with a Twist. Miškinis: LightMass; and other works. Chorus NiagaraChildren’s Choir; John Sherwood Jazz Trio;TiannaH. Calvary Church, 89 Scott St., St.Catharines. 1-866-617-3257 or 905-688-5550 x3257. ; (sr); (st); (under30). 6:45: pre-concert chat.●●7:30: Dufferin Concert Singers and TheNew Tecumseth Singers. “We Believe inSpringtime”. John Wervers, conductor.Covenant Alliance Church, 3 Zina St., Orangeville.519-925-6149. ; free(under 16).●●7:30: Haliburton Concert Series. GryphonTrio. Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; RomanBorys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano. HaliburtonHighlands Secondary School, 5358 CountyRd. 21, Haliburton. 705-457-3272. for3-concert series.●●7:30: Kawartha Concerts. Ovation: PianoCaméléons - Two Pianos, Classical Music/Jazz Colours. Matt Herskowitz and JohnRoney, pianos. Glenn Crombie Theatre, FlemingCollege, 200 Albert Street S., Lindsay.705-878-5625. /(adv); (st). AlsoMay 1 (Peterborough).●●7:30: Serenata Choir. In Concert. GaryHeard, conductor. Guest: Allan Pulker, flute.St. Paul’s United Church (Midland), 308 KingSt., Midland. 705-526-6800. $20; (st).●●8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber MusicSociety. Sofya Gulyak, Piano. Wagner-Liszt:Pilgrims’ Chorus; Liebestod (Isolde’s Deathfrom Tristan und Isolde); Liszt: Chasse-neige;J. Coulthard: Sonata No.2; Mussorgsky: Picturesat an Exhibition. KWCMS Music Room,57 Young St. W., Waterloo. 519-886-1673.; (sr); $20(st).Sunday May 3●●3:00: New Tecumseth Singers and TheDufferin Concert Singers. “We Believe inSpringtime”. John Wervers, conductor. KnoxPresbyterian Church (Alliston), 160 King St.S., Alliston. (705) 435-5497. ; free(under16).●●7:30: Brantford Symphony Orchestra.Brahms, Please, in the Key of D. Brahms:48 | April 1 - May 7, 2015 thewholenote.com

Hungarian Dance No.18; Violin Concerto;Symphony No.2. Stephen Sitarski, violin;Philip Sarabura, conductor. Sanderson Centrefor the Performing Arts, 88 Dalhousie St.,Brantford. 1-800-265-0710 or 519-758-8090.-; $20(st).Tuesday May 5●●7:30: Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra.What Next Festival: Alter Egos. Worldpremieres by Christien Ledroit and AbigailRichardson-Schulte; Ho: Sketches of FancifulBirds; Fung: Glimpses. Stephen Pierre,clarinet; Rob Wolanski, double bass. The Gasworks,141 Park St. N., Hamilton. 613-583-7140. PWYC.●●8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo ChamberMusic Society. Ensemble Made in Canada.Beethoven: Piano Quartet in C WoO36; Bridge: Fantasy Quartet; Brahms: PianoQuartet No.2 in A. KWCMS Music Room,57 Young St. W., Waterloo. 519-886-1673. ;(sr); $20(st).Wednesday May 6●●12:00 noon: Midday Music with Shigeru.Thomas Torok, Piano. Works by Bach, Mozart,Ravel and Liszt. Hi-Way PentecostalChurch, 50 Anne St. N., Barrie. 705-726-1181.; free(st).Thursday May 7●●6:00: Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra.A Worldwide Journey of Wine and Music.Annual fundraiser and auction. The HamiltonClub, 6 Main St. E., Hamilton. 905-526-7756. See Section E, Galas and Fundraisersfor details.C. Music TheatreMUSIC THEATRE covers a wide range of music types: from opera,operetta and musicals to non-traditional performance types wherewords and music are in some fashion equal partners in the drama.These listings have been sorted alphabetically BY PRESENTER. Someinformation here is also included in our GTA and Beyond The GTAlistings sections, but readers whose primary interest is MUSICTHEATRE should start their search with this section.This section is still in development. We welcome your comments andsuggestions at publisher@thewholenote.com.●●Canadian Stage. Spotlight South Africa.Three week festival April 8 to 25, showcasessix unique productions. Of particular musicalinterest: The Meal (Apr. 8 to 12) and Hatched(Apr. 15 to 19). Conceptualized, choreographedand directed by Mamela Nyamza.Berkeley Street Theatre Upstairs; Ubu andthe Truth Commission (Apr. 15 to 19); WilliamKentridge, director in collaboration withHandspring Puppet Theatre; music by WarrickSony and Brendan Jury; Berkeley StreetTheatre Downstairs; Dominion (Apr. 22 to25); choreographer Luyanda Sidiya; musicby Luyanda Sidiya, Xolisile Bongwana, AneleNdebele, Isaac Molelekoa and NompumeleloNhlapo. Tickets by phone at 416.368.3110, inpersonat Bluma Appel Theatre (27 Front St.E.) or Berkeley Street Theatre (26 BerkeleySt.). Full details at www.canadianstage.com.●●Curtain Call Players. West Side Story.Fairview Library Theatre, 35 Fairview MallDrive. 416-703-6181 curtaincallplayers.com.. Apr 10, 11, 15, 16, 17 8pm; Apr 12 & 18,2pm.●●DanceWorks CoWorks. We Don’t NeedAnother Hero. Experiential spectacle: dance,immersive vocal mob, created and performedby Meagan O’Shea; composer/choir directorChristine Duncan; sound designer DebashisSinha; dancers Christine Birch, NicoleRose Bond, Brodie Stevenson, Linnea Swan,Brendan Wyatt, Andrea Spaziani; The ElementChoir. The Theatre Centre, 1115 Queen StreetW. 416.538.0988. April 8 to 12: 8pm (Wednesdaythrough Saturday); matinees: Friday 1pmand Saturday and Sunday 2pm. ; (sr/st). theatrecentre.org●●Lower Ossington Theatre. Disney’s Beautyand the Beast Jr. 100A Ossington Ave. 416-915-6747 lowerossingtontheatre.com. $20-. Runs to Apr 12, start times vary.●●Lower Ossington Theatre. Hairspray. 100AOssington Ave. 416-915-6747 lowerossingtontheatre.com.-. Runs to Apr 12, starttimes vary.●●Lower Ossington Theatre. Hey Jude: TheMusic of The Beatles. 100A Ossington Ave.416-915-6747 lowerossingtontheatre.com..99-9.96(table for 4). April to May 9.●●Mirvish Theatre. Once. Ed Mirvish Theatre,244 Victoria St. 416-872-1212 mirvish.com.-$200. Runs until May 31, start times vary.●●Players Guild of Hamilton. Jacques Brel isAlive and Well and Living in Paris. Guild House,80 Queen St South, Hamilton. 905-529-0284playersguild.org. Thurs. $20, Fri & Sat .April 24-May 9.●●Tarragon Theatre/Volcano Theatre. Infinity.Hanna Moscovitch, playwright. PaulBraunstein, Haley McGee & Amy Rutherford,with violinist Andréa Tyniec. Tarragon Theatre30 Bridgman Ave, 416-531-1827. -. April 1-to May 3. Tues –Sat, 8pm; Sat andSun 2:30pm.●●Theatre Aquarius. Monty Python’sSPAMALOT. Dofasco Centre for the Arts,190 King William St., Hamilton. 905-522-7529theatre aquarius.org. - April 15-May 2,Thurs-Sat 8pm, Sat & Sun 2pm.●●WatersEdge Theatre Collective. Gingersin Love. Annex Theatre, 730 BathurstSt. 416-538-1772 gingersinlove.eventbrite.ca. .62 Apr23-25, Thurs, Fri, Sun 8pm,Sat 2pm.The following productions fromSection A (GTA) or Section B(Beyond GTA) may also be ofinterest.●●Art of Time Ensemble. Intermezzi. Collectionsof Brahms’ Intermezzi for solo piano,explored in contemporary dance choreographedby Peggy Baker and James Kudelka.See April 9 for details. Also April 10,11.●●Canadian Opera Company. Barber ofSeville. Rossini. Joshua Hopkins, baritone(Figaro); Alek Shrader, tenor (Count Almaviva);Serena Malfi, mezzo (Rosina); CeciliaHall, mezzo (Rosina); COC Orchestraand Chorus; Rory Macdonald, conductor.Four Seasons Centre for the PerformingArts, 145 Queen St. W. 416-363-8231. -4; (under 30). April 17,19,21,26,29,May 2,7,9,13,19,21,22(start times vary).●●Canadian Opera Company. Bluebeard’sCastle/Erwartung. Bartók and Schoenberg.John Relyea, bass-baritone (Duke Bluebeard);Ekaterina Gubanova, mezzo (Judith); KrisztinaSzabó, mezzo (Woman); COC Orchestra;Johannes Debus, conductor. Four SeasonsCentre for the Performing Arts, 145 Queen St.W. 416-363-8231. -4; (under 30).May 06 7:30: Also May 8,10,12,14,16,23(starttimes vary).●●Metro Youth Opera. Béatrice & Bénédict.Berlioz. Simone McIntosh (Béatrice); AsithaTennekoon (Bénédict); Lindsay McIntyre(Héro); Alessia Naccarato (Ursule); JanakaWelihinda (Claudio); and others; AlisonWong, stage director; Natasha Fransblow,conductor. Aki Studio, Daniels Spectrum,585 Dundas St. E. 416-543-9209. ;(sr); $20(st). Apr 24, 25, 26(mat).●●Opera Atelier. Orpheus and Eurydice.Gluck (Berlioz adaptation). Mireille Lebel,mezzo (Orpheus); Peggy Kriha Dye, soprano(Eurydice); Meghan Lindsay, soprano(Amour); Marshall Pynkoski, director; JeannetteLajeunesse Zingg, choreographer; Artistsof Atelier Ballet; Tafelmusik BaroqueOrchestra; David Fallis, conductor. Elgin Theatre,189 Yonge St. 1-855-622-2787. -1.Apr 9,11,12(3:00),14,17,18(4:30).●●Opera Belcanto of York. La Bohème. Puccini.Gayané Mangassarian, Michèle Pearson,soprano; Stanislas Vitort, tenor; HenryIrwin, Douglas Tranquada, Berje Varcabet,baritone; and other singers; David Varjabed,conductor; Edward Franko, director; with theOBC Orchestra and Chorus. Richmond HillCentre for the Performing Arts, 10268 YongeSt., Richmond Hill. 905-787-8811. ;(sr).Also April 16,18.●●Opera by Request. Dialogues des Carmélites.Poulenc. Caroline Dery, soprano(Blanche de la Force); Lindsay McIntyre,soprano (Sister Constanze); Maude Paradis,mezzo (Prioress/Mother Jeanne/Sr.Mathilde); Jennifer Routhier, mezzo (MotherMarie); Jaclyn Grossman, soprano (NewPrioress); and others; William Shookhoff,conductor and piano. College Street UnitedChurch, 452 College St. 416-455-2365. $20.Apr 18.●●Peggy Baker Dance Projects. locus plot.Presenters of MUSIC THEATREare invited to submit listings tolistings@thewholenote.comWorld premiere. Dancers: Ric Brown; SarahFregeau; Kate Holden; Sean Ling; and SaharaMorimoto; Fides Krucker, voice; John KameelFarah, piano/electronics. Betty Oliphant Theatre,404 Jarvis St. 1-800-838-3006. ;(sr/st/CADA); 20(early bird). Pre-showchat: 8:00. Runs Wed–Sun, April 24–May 3.●●Sheridan College Canadian Music TheatreProject. Brantwood: 19202020. Immersivemusical theatre experience. Music and lyricsby Gielen, A. Johnson, and B. Johnson. MusicTheatre Performance Graduates; JamesSmith, conductor; Mitchell Cushman and JulieTepperman, stage directors. Sheridan College,1430 Trafalgar Rd., Oakville. 905-815-4049. . Runs Apr 14–May 3. Apr 16: MediaNight.●●The COSI Connection. Fűhrerbunker: AnOpera by Andrew Ager. World premierestaged production. Andrew Ager, music director;Michael Patrick Albano, Stage director;Jonathan MacArthur (Adolph Hitler); SydneyBaedke (Eva Braun); other performers.Tranzac Club, 292 Brunswick Ave. 844-200-2674. ; $20(sr/st). May 1, 2●●Toronto Gilbert and Sullivan Society. RiseTriumphant. Soloists perform excerpts fromG&S operettas, and more. St. Andrew’sUnited Church, 117 Bloor St. E. 416-763-0832.; free(members). Apr 11.●●Toronto Operetta Theatre. Earnest, TheImportance of Being. Comedy based onOscar Wilde play. Music by Victor Davies;libretto by Eugene Benson. Jean Stilwell (LadyBracknell); Cameron McPhail (John); ThomasMacleay (Algernon); Charlotte Knight (Cecily);Michelle Garlough (Gwendolen); Larry Beckwith,conductor. Jane Mallett Theatre, St.Lawrence Centre for the Arts, 27 Front St. E.416-366-7723 or 1-800-708-6754. -.Apr 29, May 1, 2.EARNEST, THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING.TORONTO OPERETTA THEATREthewholenote.com April 1 - May 7, 2015 | 49

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