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Volume 3 Issue 10 - July/August 1998

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  • Festival
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Canada, 380 Sussex Drive, Ottawa. 1-888-910-2787.. • • • 1 :00: Music in the Park. Banza Duo (Portuguese guitar). Dufferin Mall, Dufferin St. south of Bloor. 392-1111 . Free. • • • 3:30 & 8:30: Elora Festival. Rita MacNeil. Gambrel Barn, corner of County Roads 7 & 23. 519-846-0331. .50. il•• 7:00: Music in the Park. Ron Korb & The Kappa Band (Japanese flute, koto, drums & bass). Christie Pits, Christie & Bloor Sts. 392-1111 . Free. ••• 8:00: Huntsville Festival of the Arts. Manhattan Rhapsody. Gershwin: Rhapsody in Blue; tunes from Porgy & Bess; Bernstein: selections from Candide & West Side Story; Porter: selections from Kiss Me Kate; Kern: selections from Roberta. Jason Li, piano; Huntsville Festiva_l Symphony; Kerry Stratton, conductor. Grandview Inn, Huntsville. . 705-788-278 7/1-800-663- 2787. $10to . • • • 8:00: National Arts Centre Ottawa. Dvorak: Stabat Mater. Soloists; Ottawa Choral Society; National Arts Centre Orchestra; Jiri Belohlavek, conductor. 53 Elgin St. Ottawa. 1-888-910-2787. to . • • • 1 ·:30: Classic Jazz Society of Toronto. Alex & her Alleycats. Ice Gardens, York University, 989 Murray Ross Parkway. 661-5900.,. ••• 2:00: Applewood Summer Garden Tea Party & Art in the Park. Garden Variety Jazz. Etobicoke Jazz Youth Orchestra. Applewood Homestead, 450 The West Mall. 622-41 24. Free. • • • 2:00: Elora Festival. English Romantic Part Songs. Music of Sulliv~;~n, Elgar; Stanford, Parry & Bennett. Elora Festival Singers; Noel Edison, conductor. St. Mary's Church, Geddes Street. 519- 846-0331. . ••• 3:00: Music in the Park. Garrison Creek (swingin' Canadian oldtime). Dufferin Grove Park, Dufferin St. south of Bloor. 392-1111.Free. • • • 4:00: Elora Festival. Beethoven Piano Sonatas. Beethoven: Waldstein Sonata, Op.53; Appassionata Sonata, Op.57. Robert Silverman, piano. 51 9-846-0331 .St. John's Church, Henderson St. . • • • 4:00: Organ Alternatives. Summer Sundays. Paul Jenkins, chamber organ. 4:30: Choral Evensong with Gentlemen of the Cathedral Choir. St. James' Cathedral, 65 Church St. 364-7865. Free. • •• 7:00: British Concert Series. Bromley Youth Concert Band. Nancy Island, Wasaga Beach. 705-429-384 7. Free. ••• 7:00: Huntsville Festival of the Arts. Carnival of the Animals. Saint-Saens: Carnival of the Animals; popular Disney & other animated screen tunes. Duo Turgeon; Huntsville Festival Symphony; Kerry Stratton, conductor. Grandview Inn, Huntsville. 705-788-278711-800-663- 2787. to . • • • 7:30: Music at Mel Lastman Square. Canadian Tribute to Glenn Miller (Big , Band). 51,00 Yonge St. 395- 7350. Free. • • • 8:00: Guitar Society of Toronto. Carlos Barbosa-Lima, guitar, in Concert. Appleby College, 540 Lakeshore Rd. W. ' Oakville. 905-567-6813. , 0; free for Guitar Workshop participants. ••• 12:15: Church of the Holy Trinity. Music Monday. Music by Faure, Poulenc, Gaubert & others. Kirsten McKnight, flute; Becca Whitla, piano. 10 Trinity Sq. 598- 4521. Donation. • • • 12:15: Huntsville Festival of the Arts. Music at Noon "Reverie." Jackie Mitchell, flute; John Reynolds, piano. Trinity United Church, Huntsville. 705-788-2787/1- 800-663-2787 .Free. • • • 1 2:30: Metropolitan United Church. Summer in the Park - Love and Magic. Show tunes & nostalgia. 56 Queen St. East. 363-2915. Free. • • • 7:30: King's Wharf · Fe.stival. On Our Own. An evening of song & inspiration by Georgian Bay musicians. 93 Jury Drive, Penetanguishene. 705-549-8064.. •• • 8:00: Huntsville Festival of the Arts. Manhattan Rhapsody. See July 11. Opera House, Gravenhurst. 1-888- 495-8888. $10 to . • • • 11 :OOam: Square in Motion Soundsational Concert. Endless Summer Beach Band. Nathan Phillips Square, 1 00 Queen St. West. 392-0458. Free. • •• 12:15: Huntsville Festival of the Arts. Music at Noon · "Ballads." Sharon Webster, vocals; Marion Haggart, piano. Trinity United Church, Huntsville. 705-788-.278 7/1- 800-663-2787. Free. • • • 7:00: British Concert Series. Durham County Wind Ensemble. Nancy Island, Wasaga Beach. 705-429- 3847. Free. • • • 7:00: Oakville Wind Orchestra. Outdoor Summer Concert. Anthony Kershaw, conductor. Coronation Park Bandshell. See July 7. ••• 8:00: Elora Festival. OuartetFest. Buhr: Quartet #1 (1992); Barber: Dover Beach; Beethoven: Quartet in a minor, Op.l 32. Penderecki String Quartet; Ted Baerg, baritone. St. John's Church, Henderson St. 519~846-0331. . · • • • 8:00: H.untsville Festival of the Arts. Classical Symphony. Mozart: Overture to The Marriage of Figaro; Beethoven: Symphony #4; Poulenc: Concerto for Two Pianos. Duo Turgeon; Huntsville Festival Symphony; Kerry Stratton, conductor. Grandview Inn, Huntsville. 705-788-2787/1-800-663- 2787. $10to . • • • 12:00 noon: National Arts Centre Ottawa. String Trio . . Music by Beethoven & others. Jerry Csaba, violin; David Goldblatt, viola; Leah Wyber, cello. National Gallery of Canada, 380 Sussex Drive, Ottawa. 1-888-910-2787.. • • • 1 2:00 noon: Square in Motion Soundsational Concert. Gitano. Rumba flamenco music. Nathan Phillips Square, 100 Queen St. West. 392- 0458. Free. ••• 12:15: Huntsville Festival of the Arts. Music at Noon "Cabaret." B~ian Smith, piano. Trinity United Church, Huntsville. 705-788-2787/1- 800-663-2787 .Free. • •• 7:30: Church of St. Martin-In-The-Fields. Merchiston Castle School Choir. Sacred & secular choral works from 16th century to present day; music for bagpipe. 151 Glenlake Ave. 767-7491. Free. ••• 8:00: Huntsville Festival of the Arts. Lighthouse. Jazz improvisation fused with driving rhythms. Paul Hoffert, keyboards; Skip Prokop, drums; Ralph Cole, guitar; Dan Clancy, vocals; all-star horn section. GrandviewJnn, Huntsville. 705-788-2787/1- 800-663-2787.$10to . ••• 8:00: Kingston Summer Festival.' Puirt a Baroque. Fiddle, lute, harpsichord, period & electric guitars, singing & step dancing.· Mainstage, Grand Theatre, 218 Princess St., Kingston. 613-530- 2050/1-800-615-5666.. • • • 8:00: Marilyn Gilbert Artists Management. Robert Silverman, piano, in Recital. Beethoven: Sonata #4 Op.7; #5 Op 10 #1; #25 Op.79; #27 Op.90; #31 Op 110. Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front St. W. 205-5555.,$10. •• • 12:15: Huntsville Festival of the Arts. Music at Noon "Gospel." First Love: Chris Degazio, tenor; Mike Degazio, lead; Steve Mullins, baritone; John Hisey,'bass. Trinity United Church, Huntsville. 705-788-2787/1-800-663- 2787.Free. • • • 12:30: Metropolitan United Church. Summer in the Park - John Emry Trio. Jazz vocals & guitar. 56 Queen St. East. 363-2915. Free. • • • 7:00: British Concert Series. Llandrinbrod Wells Girls Chapel Choir. 7:00: Faith Missionary Church, 1437 River Rd. W. Wasaga Beach, 705- 429-3847. Free. • • • 7:30: National Arts Centre Ottawa. Elsewhere/ass. Written & directed by Atom Egoyan; music by Rodney Sharman; Wayne Strongman, conductor. Cast of 5 singers accompanied by a 10-member ordhestra, in a multimedia environmental context. 53 Elgin St. Ottawa. 1-888-910- 2787. . • • • 7:30: North York Concert Band. Selection of traditional band, Broadway, Hollywood & big band tunes. 51 00 Yonge St. 247-8287.Free. ••• 8:00: Elora Festival. OuartetFest. Buhr: Quartet #2 "sixblues;" Three Songs for Quartet & Mezzo; Shostakovich: Quartet #11, Op.122; Beethoven: Quartet in F major, Op.135. Anne-Marie Donovan, mezzo soprano; Penderecki String Qu

705-788-2787/1-800-663- 2787. $10to . • • • 8:00: Marilyn Gilbert Artists Management. Robert Silverman, piano, in Recital. Beethoven: Sonata #12 Op.26 "Funeral March;" #13 Op.27 #1; #14 Op.27 #2 "Moonlight;" #15 Op.28 "Pastorale." Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front St. W. 205- 5555.,$10. • • •: Harbourfront Centre. Concerts on Friday evening, Saturday from noon till midnight and Sunday from noon until six at Molson Place, the Water's Edge Cafe, the Brigantine Roorn and the Ann Tindal Stage. Phone 973-3'000 for details. ••• 12:15: Huntsville Festival of the Arts. Music at Noon "Serenade;" Huntsville Suzuki Strings; Linda Drennan, . director. Trinity United Church, Huntsville. 705-788-2787/1- 800-663-2787 .Free. ••• 7:00: Huntsville Festival of the Arts. Conductor Apprentice Concert. Bach: Double Concerto for violin & oboe; Mozart: Symphony #40; Wescott: Pavane Lachryme. Arcady Yanivker, violin; Senya Trubashnik, oboe; conducting students from Kerry Stratton's Conducting Apprentice Program; Huntsville Festival Chamber Orchestra. Faith Baptist Church, Huntsville. 705-788-2787/1-800-663- 2787. to $'15. • • • 7:30: National Arts Centre Ottawa. Elsewhereless. See July 16. · • • • 8:00: Elora Festival. Handel: L 'Allegro, il Penseroso ed il Moderato. Karina Gauvin & Christin.e Brandes, sopranos; Benjamin Butterfield, tenor; Daniel Lichti, baritone; Elora Festival Singe_rs; Elora Festival Baroque Orchestra; Bernard ' Labadie, guest conductor. Gambrel Barn, corner of County Roads 7 & 23. 51 9- 846-0331.. • •• 8:00: Festival of the Sound. Opening Concert. , Vivaldi: Four Seasons; Mozart: Divertimento in D; Kreisler: Concerto for violin; Bartok: Romanian Dances. Martin Beaver, Christiaan Bor, Moshe Hammer, Annalee Patipatanakoon & Paul Rosenthal, violins. ·st. Peter's Church, !?2 Church St. Parry Sound. 705-746-2410. ,. • • • 8:30: Music at Mel Lastman Square. Shandu lsoca, reggae, calypso, funk, rhythm & bJ~es). 5100 Yonge St. 395°7350. Free. ' • •• 9:00: Huntsville Festival of the Arts. Carol Weisman & Friends. Carol Weisman, jazz · vocals/piano; Guido Ba!!SO, fluegelhorn; Peter Appleyard, vibes; Don Thompson, bass; David DiRenzo, drums. Grandview Inn, Huntsville. 705-788-2787/1-800-663- 2787. to . • • • 11 :OOam: Festival .of the Sound. Family Concert. Featuring 'children from the Silver Birch Music Camp. Festival Hall, 111 Isabella St. Parry Sound. 705-746-2410. Free. • • • 12:00 noon: National Arts Centre Ottawa. Music for Flute & Piano, Music by · Hummel, Faure, Gellman & others. Joanna G'froerer, flute; Andrew Tunis, piano. National Gallery of Canada, 380 Sussex . Drive, Ottawa. 1-888~91 0- 2787.. • • • 1 :00: Music in the Park. Peter Mathers Duo (flamenco music). Dufferin Mall, Dufferin .St. south of Bloor. 392-1111. Free. ••• 7:00: Music in the Park. Vuja De (contemporary Latin jazz). Christie Pits, Christie & Bloor Sts. 392•1111. Free. • • • 7:30: National Arts · Centre Ottawa. Elsewhereless. See July 16. • • • 8:00: Classic Jazz Society of Toronto. Hot Antic Jazzband. Estonian House, 958 Broadview Ave. 485- 5489. to . · ••• 8:00: Elora Festival. On Broadway with Louise Pitre. Selections from Broadway & West End musicals, Piaf and more. David Warrack, piano. Gambrel Barn, corner of County Roads 7 & 23. 51 9- 846-0331.. • • • 8:00: Festival of the Sound. Kuerti Plays Beethoven. Beethoven: Piano Sonatas Nos. 24 Op.78, 13 Op.27 #1 & 28 Op 101; Czarny: Piano Sonata No.3 Op.57. Anton Kuerti, piano. Festival Hall, 111 Isabella St. Parry Sound. 705- 746-2410.,. ••• 8:00: Huntsville Festival of the Arts. Last Night at the Proms. Favourites such .as Rule Brittania, Jerusalem, Land of 1 Hope & Glory, The Last Rose of Summer & Songs from the British Isles. Barbara Collier, soprano; Huntsville Festival Symphony;·Kerry Stratton, conductor. Grandview Inn, Huntsville. 705-788-2787/1- 800-663-2787. to . • • • 8:00: Integrated Performing Arts Guild. Tales from Mindanao. Performance celebrating Philippine Centennial Year, integrating the dance, music, art & drama traditions of the cultures of the Southern Philippines. Mindanao State University Repertory Company. MacMillan Theatre, 80 Queen's Park. 208-7617. ,. • • • 2:00: Elora Festival. Song of David. Bernstein: Chichester Psalms; works by Robinovitch & Glick; temple chant; Israeli folk song; Yiddish dance. Michael Bloss, organ; Carol Bauman, percussion; Daniel Taylor, tenor; Leslie D'Eath, piano; Elora Festival Singers; Noel Edison, conductor. St. John's Church, Henderson St. 519-846-0331.. • • • 2:00: Festival of the Sound: The New Beaux Arts Trio. Rachmaninoff: Trio elegaique in g minor Op.1; Shostakovich: Trio #2 in e minor Op.67; Dvorak: Trio in f minor Op.65. Festival Hall, 111 Isabella St. Parry Sound. 705-746-2410.,. • • • 3:00: Music in the Park. Angelica Ottewill (harp & stories). Dufferin Grove Park, Dufferin St. south of Bloor. 392-1111. Free. ••• 4:00: Elora Festival. Les Voix Humaines. Hume: A Spanish Humour; Dowland: Sorrow, Come; other works . including The Earle of Montgomeries Delight; My Hope is Revived; The King of Denmark's Health. Daniel Taylor, countertenor; Susie Napper & Margaret Little, violas da gamba. St. John's Church, Henderson St. 519- 846-0331. . • • • 4:00: Organ Alternatives. Summer Sundays. Avery Maclean, recorder; Christopher Dawes, chamber organ. Program focussing on the 17th century baroque & pre-baroque recorder repertoire from England, the Netherlands & Italy. 4:30: Choral Evensong with Gentlemen of the Cathedral Choir. St. James' . Cathedral, 65 Church St. 364- 7865. Free. • • • 7:00: Festival of the Sound. Musical Cruise: My One and Only - A Gershwin Birthday Celebration. Classical, FestivalortheSound James Campbell, Artistic Director July 17 "- Au!!ust 9, 1998 Parry Sound, Ontario =====""""" ···············}festive.. ()pen.i~•g•\V~e'ke~d ···· .............· .'1111 ~"fl1liB11 · :==-~ For a brochure or tickets, call705-746-2410 or fax 705-746-5639 Write P.O. Box 750, Parry Sound, ON P2A 2Zl e-mail: festival@parrysound.net Visit our web page: http://www.zeuter.com/parrysd/festival/ TORONTO'S ONLY COMPREHENSIVE MONTHLY CLASSICAL & CONTEMPORARY CONCERT LISTING SOURCE

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