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Volume 22 Issue 1 - September 2016

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  • September
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Music lover's TIFF (our fifth annual guide to the Toronto International Film Festival); Aix Marks the Spot (how Brexit could impact on operatic co-production); The Unstoppable Howard Cable (an affectionate memoir of a late chapter in the life of of a great Canadian arranger; Kensington Jazz Story (the newest kid on the festival block flexes its muscles). These stories and much more as we say a lingering goodbye to summer and turn to the task, for the 22nd season, of covering the live and recorded music that make Southern Ontario tick.

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W. 416-631-4300. PWYC. Lunch and snack friendly. B. Concerts Beyond the GTA IN THIS ISSUE: Baden, Barrie, Guelph, Haliburton, Hamilton, Kingston, Kitchener, Leith, London, Midland, Owen Sound, Peterborough, St. Catharines, Stratford, Waterloo. Thursday September 1 ●●7:00: Summer Concerts at the Castle. Shananigans. Castle Killbride, 60 Snyder’s Rd. W., Baden. 519-634-8444. By donation. Bring your lawn chair, weather permitting. ●●7:30: Highlands Opera Studio. Gounod: Faust. Northern Lights Performing Arts Pavilion, 5358 County Rd. 21, Haliburton. 1-855- 457-9933. .50. Friday September 2 ●●6:30: Razzamajazz. Jazzmatics. Avon River, Lakeside Drive, Stratford. 519-271-5140. Free. All sailings are subject to skipper availability and weather. Saturday September 3 ●●6:30: Razzamajazz. Tom Osgerby and Carolyn Burchill. Folk, country and Canadian classics. Avon River, Lakeside Drive, Stratford. 519-271-5140. Free. All sailings are subject to skipper availability and weather. Wednesday September 7 ●●12:00 noon: Midday Music with Shigeru. Pamela Cioroch, Piano. Works by Bach, Beethoven and Chopin. Hi-Way Pentecostal Church, 50 Anne St. N., Barrie. 705-726-1181. ; free(st). ●●6:30: Razzamajazz. Conn Smythe. Oneman show on the river. Sinatra, show tunes and old time favourites. Avon River, Lakeside Drive, Stratford. 519-271-5140. Free. Also Sep 8 and 10. All sailings are subject to skipper availability and weather. Thursday September 8 ●●6:30: Razzamajazz. Conn Smythe. Oneman show on the river. Sinatra, show tunes and old time favourites. Avon River, Lakeside A. Concerts in the GTA ●●8:00: St. Jude’s Celebration of the Arts. Manitoba Chamber Orchestra in Concert. Kreisler: Praeludium and Allegro in the Style of Pugnani; Shostakovich: Chamber Symphony in c; Hatzis: Mirage?; Corelli: Violin Sonata in d ‘La Folia’; Vivaldi: Piccolo Concerto in C. Anne Manson, conductor. Guest: Dame Evelyn Glennie, percussion. St. Jude’s Anglican Church, 160 William St., Oakville. 904- 844-3972. . ●●8:00: Gallery 345. The Ruby Trio. Trios by Beethoven, Shostakovich, Haydn and Hatzis. Alex Seredenko, piano; Amahl Arulanandam, cello; Terry Croft, violin. 345 Sorauren Ave. 416-822-9781. ; (st). ●●8:00: Tafelmusik. The Eloquent Cello. Dittersdorf: Symphony No.4 in F; Boccherini: Cello Concerto in D G483; C.P.E. Bach: Symphony for Strings in b Wq182/5; Haydn: Cello Concerto in C HobVIIb/1. Christopher Coin, cello/guest director. Trinity-St. Paul’s Centre, 427 Bloor St. W. 1-866-780-1064. -. Also Oct 5(7:00), 6(8:00), 8(8:00), 9(3:30). Drive, Stratford. 519-271-5140. Free. Also Sep 7 and 10. All sailings are subject to skipper availability and weather. Friday September 9 ●●12:00 noon: Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra. HPO @ the Library Series. Lance Ouellette, violin. Hamilton Public Library, 55 York Blvd., Hamilton. 905-526-7756. Free. ●●6:30: Razzamajazz. Highway 19. Country music. Avon River, Lakeside Drive, Stratford. 519-271-5140. Free. All sailings are subject to skipper availability and weather. Saturday September 10 ●●6:30: Razzamajazz. Conn Smythe. Oneman show on the river. Sinatra, show tunes and old time favourites. Avon River, Lakeside Drive, Stratford. 519-271-5140. Free. Also Sep 7 and 8. All sailings are subject to skipper availability and weather. Sunday September 11 ●●7:30: Cuckoo’s Nest Folk Club. Friends of Fiddler’s Green. Alastair Brown, Ian Robb, Ian Bell, Grit Laskin, Jeff McClintock and Laurence Stephenson. Chaucer’s Pub, 122 Carling St., London. 519-473-2099. /(adv). Monday September 12 ●●7:30: PAL Stratford. The Beatles Hosted by Lucy Peacock. Beatles music celebrated in song and dance. Members of the Stratford Festival Company; Lucy Peacock (host). Guests: Trent Severn. Avon Theatre, 99 Downie St., Stratford. 519-305-1351. - ; (VIP). Fundraiser for PAL Stratford. Silent Auction in the lobby. Wednesday September 14 ●●2:30: Seniors Serenade. Thomas Torok, Piano. Works by Liszt, Chopin and Albeniz. Grace United Church (Barrie), 350 Grove St. E., Barrie. 705-726-1181. Free. 3:30: tea and goodies . ●●8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber Music Society. Matt Haimovitz, Cello. KWCMS Music Room, 57 Young St. W., Waterloo. 519-886- 1673. ; (st). Thursday September 15 ●●12:00 noon: University of Guelph College of Arts/Guelph Jazz Festival. Thursday at Noon: David Virelles, Piano. Goldschmidt Room, 107 MacKinnon Bldg., 50 Stone Rd. E., Guelph. 519-824-4120 x52991. Free. Friday September 16 ●●7:30: Cuckoo’s Nest Folk Club. 2 Worlds United Trio. Pierre Schryer, fiddle; Dermot Byrne, accordion; Adam Dobres, guitar. Chaucer’s Pub, 122 Carling St., London. 519-473- 2099. /(adv). ●●8:00: SweetWater Music Festival. Early Music Rock Stars Part II. Vivaldi: Sonata “Pastor Fido”; Hasse: Cantata “Quel vago seno o Fille”; Veracini: Sonata Op.2 No.12 “Chromatico”; Handel: selections from “Neun Deutsche Arien”; and other works. Roman Borys, Mark Edwards, Mark Fewer, Meredith Hall and Matthias Maute. Historic Leith Church, 419134 Tom Thomson Lane, Leith. 519-371-2833. ; (st). Festival runs Sep 16-18. Saturday September 17 ●●4:00: SweetWater Music Festival. Brave New World. Griffin: Eagle Claw Wu Tsiao Chen Wins; Braid: Prelude; Chauvet; Joya; Semi; Spirit Dance. Roman Borys, David Braid, Steven Dann, Mark Fewer, Aiyun Huang and others. Roxy Theatre, 251 9 St. E., Owen Sound. 519-371-2833. ; (st). Festival runs Sep 16-18. ●●7:30: Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra. Opening Night: Goodyear and Brahms. Weber: Euryanthe Overture; Schumann: Symphony No.4, Brahms: Piano Concerto No.1. Stewart Goodyear, piano; Gemma New, conductor. Hamilton Place, 10 MacNab St. S., Hamilton. 905-526-7756. -. 6:30: Preconcert talk. ●●7:30: Stratford Symphony Orchestra. Celebrating Shakespeare. Actors from the Stratford Festival will read from the works of Shakespeare. Tchaikovsky: Romeo and Juliet; Walton: Henry V; Mendelssohn: A Midsummer Night’s Dream (selections). Knox Presbyterian Church (Stratford), 142 Ontario St., Stratford. 519-271-0990. ; (st). ●●8:00: SweetWater Music Festival. Virtuosity. Schubert: Shepherd on the Rock; Weber: Grand Duo Concertante Op.48; Lieberson: Rumble; Braid: new work for community singers and soprano; Ravel: Piano Trio in a. Gryphon Trio, James Campbell, Steven Dann, Mark Fewer, Meredith Hall, and others. Roxy Theatre, 251 9 St. E., Owen Sound. 519-371- 2833. ; (st). Festival runs Sep 16-18. Sunday September 18 ●●2:00: SweetWater Music Festival. A Classy Finish. Prokofiev: Overture on Hebrew Themes Op.34; Beethoven: Piano Trio Op.70 No.1 “Ghost”; Kapuczinski: “Alikeness” for percussion and string quartet. Gryphon Trio, James Campbell, Steven Dann, Mark Fewer and Aiyun Huang. Roxy Theatre, 251 9 St. E., Owen Sound. 519-371-2833. ; (st). Festival runs Sep 16-18. ●●2:30: Niagara Symphony Orchestra. Light Transcendent. Tse: Toward Light (world premiere); Mozart: Clarinet Concerto in A K622; Tchaikovsky: Symphony No.6 “Pathétique”. Anthony McGill, clarinet; Bradley Thachuk, conductor. FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre, 250 St. Paul St., St. Catharines. 905-688- 0722 or 1-855-515-0722. ; (sr); (30 and under); (st); (child); (eyeGO). Wednesday September 21 ●●12:00 noon: Music at St. Andrews. Simon Walker, Organ. St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church (Barrie), 47 Owen St., Barrie. 705- 726-1181. ; free(st). ●●12:30: University of Waterloo Department of Music. Noon Hour Concerts: Earth Peace. Stories of conflict, pain, resolution and joy, rooted in African themes and idioms. Works by Carol Ann Weaver. Renaissance Singers; Factory Arts String Quartet; and others. Conrad Grebel University College, 140 Westmount Rd. N., Waterloo. 519-885-0220 x24226. Free. ●●7:30: Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts. Ensemble Series: Trio Jean Paul. Works by Haydn, Beethoven and Brahms. 390 King St. W., Kingston. 613- 533-2424. -; -(faculty/staff); (st). Thursday September 22 ●●12:00 noon: University of Guelph College of Arts. Thursday at Noon: Devah Quartet. From classical string quartets to progressive rock. Goldschmidt Room, 107 MacKinnon Bldg., 50 Stone Rd. E., Guelph. 519-824-4120 x52991. Free. ●●8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber Music Society. Zac Pulak, Percussion; Cheryl Duvall, Piano. Tompkins: French American Rudimental Solos Vol.1 No.3; J.S. Bach: Violin Concerto in E; Kulesha: Angels for Marimba and Tape; Fink: Concertino for Vibraphone; Payson: Die Zwitschermaschine (the Twittering Machine). KWCMS Music Room, 57 Young St. W., Waterloo. 519-886-1673. ; (st). Friday September 23 ●●8:00: Folk Under the Clock. 30th Season Anniversary Concert: Breabach. Calum Mac- Crimmon, pipes, whistles, bouzouki, vocals; Megan Henderson, fiddle, vocals, stepdance; James Mackenzie, pipes, flute, whistles; Ewan Robertson, guitar, vocals; James Lindsay, double bass. Market Hall Performing Arts Centre, 140 Charlotte St., Peterborough. 705- 749-1146. .50. ●●8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony. Skating’s Greatest Hits. Bizet: Carmen; Tchaikovsky: Swan Lake; and other works; music from Phantom of the Opera, Casablanca, and Singin’ in the Rain. Kurt Browning, host; Lucas Waldin, conductor. Centre in the Square, 101 Queen St. N., Kitchener. 519-745-4711 or 1-888-745-4717. -86. Also Sep 24. Saturday September 24 ●●7:30: Haliburton Concert Series. Haliburton Concert Series presents Michele Jacot. Works by Fauré, Brahms, Debussy, Finzi, Schreiner and others. Michele Jacot, clarinet, saxophone, flute, piccolo; Sonya Sim, piano. Northern Lights Performing Arts Pavilion, 5358 County Rd. 21, Haliburton. 705-457- 3272. ; (st). ●●7:30: St. George’s Cathedral (Kingston). Choral Concert. Karl Jenkins: Te Deum; Mass 44 | September 1, 2016 - October 7, 2016 thewholenote.com

for Peace. Mosaic Canadian Vocal Ensemble; Gordon Mansell, music director; Guest: Michael Barth, trumpet. 270 King St. E., Kingston. 613-548-4617. or PWYC. ●●8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony. Skating’s Greatest Hits. Bizet: Carmen; Tchaikovsky: Swan Lake; and other works; music from Phantom of the Opera, Casablanca, and Singin’ in the Rain. Kurt Browning, host; Lucas Waldin, conductor. Centre in the Square, 101 Queen St. N., Kitchener. 519-745-4711 or 1-888-745-4717. -86. Also Sep 23. Sunday September 25 ●●7:30: Cuckoo’s Nest Folk Club. Brother Sun. Greg Greenway, Pat Wictor and Joe Jencks. Chaucer’s Pub, 122 Carling St., London. 519- 473-2099. /(adv). ●●8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber Music Society. Antoine Pierlot, Cello; Jason Cutmore, Piano. Fauré: Elégie Op.24; Debussy: Sonata in d; Boulanger: Trois pièces; Prevost: Sonata No.2; Saint-Saëns: Sonata No.1 in c Op.32. KWCMS Music Room, 57 Young St. W., Waterloo. 519-886-1673. ; (st). Wednesday September 28 ●●8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber Music Society. Alain Jacquon, Piano. Sibelius: Sonata in F Op.12; Ravel: Miroirs; Nazareth: Four Brasilian Tangos. KWCMS Music Room, 57 Young St. W., Waterloo. 519-886- 1673. ; (st). Thursday September 29 ●●12:00 noon: University of Guelph College of Arts. Thursday at Noon: Musique de la France et du Québec. Antoine Pierlot, cello; Jason Cutmore, piano. Goldschmidt Room, 107 MacKinnon Bldg., 50 Stone Rd. E., Guelph. 519-824-4120 x52991. Free. Friday September 30 ●●7:30: Festival of the Bay. Ensemble Vivant. Midland Cultural Centre, 333 King St., Midland. 705-527-4420. . ●●8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony. Rachmaninoff and Tchaikovsky. Bates: Mothership; Rachmaninoff: Piano Concerto No.3 in d; Tchaikovsky: Symphony No.4 in f. Natasha Paremski, piano; Edwin Outwater, conductor. Centre in the Square, 101 Queen St. N., Kitchener. 519-745-4711 or 1-888-745-4717. -82. Also Oct 1. Saturday October 1 ●●2:30: Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony. Rhythm Rocks! Works by Rameau, Gershwin, the Rolling Stones and others. Daniel Bartholomew-Poyser, conductor. Centre in the Square, 101 Queen St. N., Kitchener. 519- 745-4711 or 1-888-745-4717. ; (child). 1:15: Pre-concert activities (free with concert ticket). ●●7:30: Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts. Ensemble Series: National Arts Centre Orchestra. Schumann: Symphonies. Alexander Shelley, conductor. 390 King St. W., Kingston. 613-533-2424. -; -(faculty/staff); (st). ●●8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony. Rachmaninoff and Tchaikovsky. Bates: Mothership; Rachmaninoff: Piano Concerto No.3 in d; Tchaikovsky: Symphony No.4 in f. Natasha Paremski, piano; Edwin Outwater, conductor. Centre in the Square, 101 Queen St. N., Kitchener. 519-745-4711 or 1-888-745-4717. -82. Also Sep 30. Sunday October 2 ●●8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber Music Society. Jethro Marks, Viola/Violin; Mauro Bertoli, Piano. Schubert: Arpeggione Sonata; Mendelssohn: Viola Sonata; Beethoven: Violin Sonata No.8. KWCMS Music Room, 57 Young St. W., Waterloo. 519-886-1673. ; (st). Wednesday October 5 ●●12:00 noon: Midday Music with Shigeru. In Concert. Mozart: Trios from The Marriage of Figaro and Così fan tutte. Andrea Cerswell, Sharon Tikiryan and Gene Wu, vocalists; William Shookhoff, piano. Hi-Way Pentecostal Church, 50 Anne St. N., Barrie. 705-726-1181. ; free(st). ●●12:30: University of Waterloo Department of Music. Noon Hour Concerts: Seven Tableaux. Elizabeth Rogalsky Lepock, soprano; MUSICAL THEATRE These music theatre listings contain a wide range of music theatre types including opera, operetta, musicals and other performance genres where music and drama combine. Listings in this section are sorted alphabetically by presenter. ●●Canadian Opera Company. Vocal Series: Meet the Young Artists. Favourite arias. Young artists of the 2016/17 COC Ensemble Studio. Richard Bradshaw Amphitheatre, Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts, 145 Queen St. W. 416-363-8231. Free. Late seating is not available. Sep 27, 12:00pm. ●●Canadian Opera Company. Norma. Music by Vincenzo Bellini, libretto by Felice Romani. Sondra Radvanovsky/Elza van den Heever, sopranos (Norma); Kevin Newbury, director. Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts, 145 Queen St. W. 416-363-8231. –5; $22(under 30). Opens Oct 6, 7:30pm. Runs to Nov 5. Days and times vary. Visit coc.ca for details. ●●Civic Light Opera Company. Dames At Sea. Music by Jim Wise, lyrics and book by George Haimsohn and Robin Miller. Original stage version of 42nd Street. Zion Cultural Centre, 1650 Finch Ave. E. 416-755-1717. . Opens Sep 7, 7:00pm. Runs to Sep 18. Days and times vary. Visit civiclightoperacompany.com for details. ●●Drayton Entertainment. Mamma Mia! Music and lyrics by Benny Andersson, Björn Ulvaeus, and some songs with Stig Anderson. Book by Catherine Johnson. Huron County Playhouse, RR1, 70689 B Line, South Huron. 1-855-372-9866. -. Runs to Sep 3. Thurs/Sat(2:00pm), Thurs/Fri/Sat(7:30pm). ●●Drayton Entertainment. Smoky Joe’s Café. Music and lyrics by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller. This record-breaking musical revue features 39 iconic tunes from the 1950s through 1960s – all penned by the legendary song-writing duo Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller. Drayton Festival Theatre, 33 Wellington St. S., Drayton. 1-855-372-9866. - . Runs to Sep 3. Thurs/Sat(2:00pm), Thurs-Sat(7:30pm). ●●Highlands Opera Studio. Faust. Music by Charles Gounod, libretto by Jules Barbier and Michel Carré. Northern Lights Performing Arts Pavilion, 5358 County Rd. 21, Haliburton. 1-855-457-9933. .50. Sep 1, 7:30pm. Ben Bolt-Martin, cello; Erica de la Cruz, piano; Linnea Thacker, violin. Conrad Grebel University College, 140 Westmount Rd. N., Waterloo. 519-885-0220 x24226. Free. ●●8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony. Haydn and Ravel. Farina: Capriccio Stravagante; Ravel: Tombeau de Couperin; Haydn: Symphony No.102. Christopher Rountree, curator/conductor. First United Church (Waterloo), 16 William St. W., Waterloo. 519- 745-4711 or 1-888-745-4717. . Also Oct 7 (Guelph), 8 (Cambridge). Thursday October 6 ●●12:00 noon: University of Guelph College of Arts. Thursday at Noon: Guitar of Fire. Spanish guitar music. Johannes Linstead, guitar. Guest: Geoff Hlibka. Goldschmidt Room, 107 MacKinnon Bldg., 50 Stone Rd. E., Guelph. 519-824-4120 x52991. Free. C. Music Theatre ●●Lower Ossington Theatre. Thank You for Being a Friend. Book, music and lyrics by Nick Brennan and Luke Jones. Laughter, spectacular put-downs and familiar friends with Miami’s four favourite Golden Girls - Dorothy, Sophia, Rose and Blanche - reunite in puppet-form for this lovingly hilarious live tribute show. Al Green Theatre, 750 Spadina Avenue. 1-888-324-6282. .99-.99. Runs to Sep 24. Tues-Sat(7:30pm), Tues/Sat/ Sun(1:30pm). ●●Lower Ossington Theatre. West Side Story. Music by Leonard Bernstein, lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, book by Arthur Laurents. The Lower Ossington Theatre, 100A Ossington Ave. 416-915-6747. .99-.99. Runs to Sep 18. Thurs-Sat(7:30pm), Sat/Sun(3:30pm). ●●Lower Ossington Theatre. Mary Poppins. Music and lyrics by Richard M. Sherman, Robert B. Sherman, George Stiles & Anthony Drewe; book by Julian Fellowes. The Lower Ossington Theatre, 100A Ossington Ave. 416-915-6747. .99-.99. Opens Oct 1, 7:30pm. Runs to Nov 20. Thurs-Sat(7:30pm), Sat/Sun(3:30pm). ●●Mirvish. Roald Dahl’s Matilda: the Musical. Music and lyrics by Tim Minchin, book by Dennis Kelly, based on novel by Roald Dahl. Ed Mirvish Theatre, 244 Victoria Street. 416-872-1212. -5. Runs to Nov 27. NORMA BELLINI coc.ca OCT 6 – NOV 5 ●●7:30: Cuckoo’s Nest Folk Club. Red Dirt Skinners. Chaucer’s Pub, 122 Carling St., London. 519-473-2099. /(adv). ARIODANTE HANDEL OCT 16 – NOV 4 Friday October 7 ●●8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber Music Society. Penderecki String Quartet; Kathleen Solose, Piano. Schumann: Quartet Op.41 No.3; Shostakovich: Piano Quintet. KWCMS Music Room, 57 Young St. W., Waterloo. 519-886- 1673. ; (st). ●●8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony. Haydn and Ravel. Farina: Capriccio Stravagante; Ravel: Tombeau de Couperin; Haydn: Symphony No.102. Christopher Rountree, curator/conductor. Harcourt Memorial United Church, 87 Dean Ave., Guelph. 519-745- 4711 or 1-888-745-4717. . Also Oct 5 (Waterloo), 8 (Cambridge). Tues-Sat(7:30pm), Wed/Sat/Sun(1:30pm). ●●National Ballet of Canada and Art Gallery of Ontario. The Dreamers Ever Leave You. Music by Lubomyr Melnyk. Robert Binet, choreographer. Art Gallery of Ontario, 317 Dundas St. W. 416-979-6648. ; (NBC/AGO members). Opens Aug 31, 6:00pm. Runs to Sep 10. Days and times vary. Visit ago.net for details. ●●Port Hope Festival Theatre. Mamma Mia! Music and lyrics by Benny Andersson, Björn Ulvaeus, and some songs with Stig Anderson. Book by Catherine Johnson. Cameco Capitol Arts Centre, 20 Queen St., Port Hope. 1-800- 434-5092. -35. Runs to Sep 18. Tues/Wed/ Fri/Sat/Sun(2:00pm), Thurs-Sat(8:00pm). ●●Shaw Festival. Alice in Wonderland. Music and lyrics by Allen Cole, book by Peter Hinton, based on the book by Lewis Carroll. Festival Theatre, 10 Queen’s Parade, Niagara-on-thelake. 1-800-511-7429. and up. Runs to Oct 16. Days and times vary. Visit shawfest.com for details. ●●Shaw Festival. Sweeney Todd. Music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, book by Hugh Wheeler. Jackie Maxwell, director. Festival Theatre, 10 Queen’s Parade, Niagara-onthe-lake. 1-800-511-7429. and up. Runs to Oct 19. Days and times vary. Visit shawfest.com for details. coc.ca thewholenote.com September 1, 2016 - October 7, 2016 | 45

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