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Volume 3 Issue 10 - July/August 1998

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;;:;;::::;;::::::::=~~~~~~~l::±~~~=-_;(_ Baumgart~!, violin; Heather jazz & musical theatre music. • • • 8:00: TheatreFix Arts T~udy ~esmond, vocals; Doug Festival. Duo Turgeon. Saint- Riley, p1ano. Town Dock, 9 Saens: Carnival of the Animals; Bay St. Parry,Sound. 705-746- Brahms: Hungarian Dances; 2410. . Milhaud: Scaramouche. Ettore • ·• • 7:30: Music at Mel Mazzoleni Concert Hall, 273 Lastman Square. Troubadours Bloor St. West. 207-0043. International (ragga socca & 2, 0. calypso). 5100 Yonge St. 395- 7350. Free. ••• 8:00: National Arts Centre Ottawa. Jazz Under the Stars. T.S. Monk Sextet; NAC ••• 2:00: Festival of the Orchestra; David Amram, Sound. Italian Serenade. co~ductor.

Concert. Anthony Kershaw, conductor. Coronation Park Bandshell. See July 7. • • • 7:30: Caliban Quartet. Music by Ellington, .Hahn, ' Maxwell Davies, Chan, Scott, Lussier, Part, Buczynski & Berliner; Georgian vocal selections. Nadina Mackie Jackson, Kathleen Mclean & Christopher Millard, bassoons; Fraser Jackson, ·bassoon & contrabassoon. The Great Hall, 1087 Queen St. West. 469- 4000. ,. • •• 8:00: Songs of the Hebrides. Veronica Jackson, mezzo soprano; Graham Jackson, piano. Fundraising concert for Khanyisa Waldorf School for Supportive Education. Alan Howard Waldorf School, 250 Madison Ave. 963-~975. Suggested minimum donation 0. ••• 8:30: Elora Festival. Holly Cole in Concert. Elora Quarry, main road between Elora & Fergus. 519-846-0331. q (general admission); (barge seating). • • • 1 2:00 noon: Festival of the $oundt Noonsounds at St. James. Beethoven: Sonata in A major Op.47 (Kreutzer); Franck: Sonata in A major; Weinzweig: Sonata for violin & piano. Martin Beaver, violin; Jamie Parker, piano. United Church, 24 Mary St. Parry Sound. 705-746-2410. , . . • • • 12:00 noon: National Arts Centre Ottawa. Saxart. Classical to jazz; original compositions. Jean-Guy Brault, soprano saxophone; Noel Samin, alto saxophone; Rene Lavoie, tenor saxophone; Peter Smith, baritone saxophone. National Gallery of Canada, 380 Sussex Drive, Ottawa. 1- 888-910-2787.. • • • 1 2:00 noon: Square in Motion Soundsational. Concert. Louise Pitre, vocals. Music of Broadway. Nathan Phillips Square~ 100 Queen St. West. 392-0458. Free. • • • 12:30: Metropolitan United Church. Summer in the Park. Music & dance featuring The Joy Allen School of Highland Dancers. 56 Queen St. East. 363-2915. Free. • • • 3:30: Thornhill Chamber Music Institute. Canadian Composers Perform their Works. Friedman: Piano Trio; Muller: Melissa's Song. Daniel Friedman, piano; Arkady Yanivker, violin; Brenda Muller, cello; Beth Routledge, flute, mezzo soprano & actress.' Toronto Waldorf School, 91 00 Bathurst St. 905-764-1924. to 0; concert passes available. • • • 8:30: Elora Festival. The King's Singers. Programme ranges from 16th century madrigals to arrangements of today's most popular music. Elora Quarry, main road between Elora & Fergus. 51 9- 846-0331. (general admission); (barge seating). • • • 12:00 noon: Festival of the Sound. Noonsounds at St. James. Beethoven: Piano Trio in B flat Op.97 (Archduke).' 11 :OOam: Pre-Concert Discussion. Gryphon Trio. United Church, 24 Mary St. Parry Sound. 705-746-2410. ,. . • • • 1 2:30: Music at Mel Lastman Square. Charlie's Roots. Soca band. 51.00 Yonge St. 395-7350. Free. • • • 1 :00: Elora· Festival. First Viennese School. Mozart: Quintet for winds & piano K.452; Beethoven: Quintet for winds & piano Op.1 6. Heather Toews, piano; Jim Mason, · oboe; Peter Shackleton, clarinet; Derek Conrod, horn; Kathleen Mclean, bassoon. St. John's Church, Henderson St. 519-846-0331.. • • • 3:30: Thornhill Chamber Music Institute. Schubert: Quin'tet for Strings. Joseph Peleg & Gretchen Anner, vi9lins; Dorothy Pellerin, viola; David Miller & Andras Weber, cellos. Toronto Waldorf School, 9100 Bathurst St. 905-764-1924.to $10; concert passes available. • • • 7:00: Festival of the Sound. Discovery 1: Hommage a Debussy. Debussy: Sonata for violin & piano; Loevendie: Golliwog's Other Dances (premiere). Christiaan Bor, violin; James Campbell, . clarinet; Rian de Waal, piano; Guy Few, trumpet; James McKay, bassoon. Festival Hall, 111 .1sabella St. P.arry Sound. 705-746-241 O.Free. • • • 8:00: Festival of the Sound. Classics I. Brahms: Sextet.#2 in G major Op.36; Schumann: Liederkreis Op.39. Russell Braun, baritone; Carolyn Maule, piano; Festival Virtuosi. Festival Hall, 111 Isabella St. Parry Sound. 705- 746-2410. ,. • • • 8:00: National Arts Centre Ottawa. lnti-1/limani. , Blend of South American & European themes through . layered textures of over 30 acoustic instruments. Canadian the End of Time. Martin Museum of Civilization, 100 Beaver, violin; James Laurier St., Hull. 1-888-910- Campbell, clarinet; Rian de 2787. . Waal, piano; Tsuyoshi ••Ill 8:00: proVOCE Studios. Tsutsumi, cello. 11 :OOam: Pre- Pergolesi: La Serva Padrona; Concert Discussion. United Puccini: Suor Angelica. Church Church, 24 Mary St. Parry of the Redeemer, 162 Bloor St. Sound. 705-746-2410. , W. 960-0472.$,15,. ,. • •• 8:00: Songs of the ••• 12:30: Metropolitan · Hebrides. See July 21. Toronto United Church. Summerin the Waldorf School, 9100 Bathurst · Park- Doug Goodeve, St. singer/songwriter. 56 Queen • • • 8:00: TheatreFix Arts FestivaL Kalais Trio. Eclectic mix of music spanning all eras. Jamie Thompson, flute; Peter Zarins, piano; Bruce Redstone, saxophone; special guest singer: Ali Garrison, mezzo s0prano. Ettore Mazzoleni. Concert Hall, 273·Bioor St. West. 207-0043.,$10. ••• 8:30: Elora Festival. A Celtic Celebration with the Irish Descendants. Elora Quarry, main road between Elora & Fergus. 51 9-846-0331. (general admission); (barge seating). • • •: Harbourtront 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 Room and the Ann Tindal Stage. Phone 973-3000 for details. • • • 12:00 noon: Festival of the Sound. Noonsounds at St. · James. Messiaen: Quartet for ST SEASON St. East. 363-2915. Free. • • • 1 :00: Elora Festival. Second Viennese School. Scho.enberg: Phantasy Op.47 for violin & piano; Webern: Drei Kleine Stucke Op.11 for cello & piano; Berg: Vier Lieder Op.2; Schcrenberg (arr. Webern): Kammersymphonie Op.9. Heather Toews, piano; Julie Baumgartel, violin; Margaret Gay, cello; Peter Shackleton, clarinet; Sibylle Marquardt, flute; Anne-Marie Donovan, mezzo soprano. St. John's Church, Henderson St. 519-846-0331.. • • • 3:30: Elora Festival. Sublime Sextets. Mozart: Grande Sestetto Concertante; Brahms: Sextet #2 in G major Op.36. Erica Raum & Julie Baumgartel, violins; Angela Rudden & Pat Jordan, violas; · Simon Fryer & Margaret Gay, cellos. St. John's Church, Henderson St. 519-846-0331. . • • • 6:30: Festival of the Sound. Discovery II: Hommage a Debussy. Debussy: Sonata for flute, viola & harp; Tokuyama: Sonata for oboe, A..ATEUR MUSICIANS I MUSIC lENS A..ATEVRS DU CANADA July 26'" -August 2"ct August 2"ct - 9'h Do you like to make music? 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