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Volume 3 Issue 10 - July/August 1998

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• • • 12:15: Church of the Holy Trinity. Music Monday. Music by Copland, Mozart, 'Bolcom & Beckwith. Larry Beckwith, violin; John Beckwith, piano. 10 Trinity Sq. 598-4521. Donation. • • • 8:00: King's Wharf Festival. Cindy Thompson in Concert. Ontario's combination fiddle player/stepdancer. 93 Jury Drive, Penetanguishene. 705-549-8064. . ••• 8:00: Kincardine Summer Music Festival 1998. Festival Woodwinds. Peter Shackleton & Amand·a Palmer, clarinets; Susan Morris, oboe; Anne Thompsqn, flute; The New Berlin Chamber Ensemble. Knox Presbyterian Church, 345 Durham St. 51 9-396-971 6. $'15; family . ••• 11 :OOam: Square in Motion Soundsational Concert. Terry and Rick. Music for children .. Nathan Phillips Square, 1 00 Queen St. West. 392-0458. Free. •• • 8:00: Kincardine Summer Music Festival 1998. Pianos Forte. Jamie Parker, Tina Yanchus & James Hibbard, piano. Kindardine United Church, 721 Princes St: 51 9- 396-9716. ;•family . • • • 1 2:00 noon: Square in · Motion Soundsational Concert. Carmen Romero: Flamenco dance; Cand~la Flamenca Dance & Music ensemble; Miguel de Ia Bastide, flamenco guitar. Nathan Phillips Square, 100 Queen St. West. 392- 0458. Free. •• • 8:00: Kincardine Summer Music Festival 1998. Staff Spectacular. Knox Presbyterian Church, 345 Durham St .. 519- 396-9716. ; family . • • • 8:00: Kincardine Summer Music Festival 1998. Master Pieces. Penderecki String Quartet; Gryphon Trio;' Jasper Woods, violin. Knox Presbyterian Church, 345 Durham St. 519-396-9716. ; family . • • • 8:00: Southern Ontario Chamber Music Institute. St. Lawrence String Quartet in Concert. Haydn: String Quartet Op.50 #1; Shostakovich: String Quartet Op. 73; Brahms: String Sextet #2 in G major. Terry Helmer & Marcel Saint­ Cyr, guest artists. Calvary Baptist Church, 1 215 Lakeshore Rd. West Oakville. 905-844-2076.,. 31 OK 14: 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 Room and the Ann Tindal Stage. Phone 973-3000 for details. • • • 6:00: Kincardine Summer Music Festival 1998. KSMF Chamber Students. Kindardine United Church, 721 Princes St. 51 9-396-971 6. 0; family . • • • 8:3o": Music at Mel lastman Square. ·Julian Austin (honky tonk to classic contemporary ballads). 5100 Yonge St. 395-7350. Free. • il• 1 O:OOam: Kincardine Summer Music Festival 1998. Grande Finale Student Concert: Music for Young People. , Kincardine High School. 51 9- 396-9716. ; family $10. • • • 11 :OOam: Kincardine Summer Music Festival 1998. Grande Finale Student Concert: Junior & Senior Choirs. Kindardine United Church, 721 · Princes St. 519-396-9716. ; family $10. • • • 1:OOpm: Kincardine Summer Music Festival 1998. Grande Finale Student Concert. Kincardine High School. 51 9- 396-9716. ; family $10. • • • 2:00: Heritage Toronto. Music in the Courtyard: · Traditional music or dance. 82 Bond St. 392-6915. • • • · 8:00: Theatre Orangeville. Irving Berlin - Always. Orangeville Opera House. 519-942-3423.$10 to ~ • • • 1 :30: Classic Jazz Society of Toronto. Kid Bastien's Happy Pals. Ice Gardens, York University, 989 Murray Ross Parkway. 661 - 5900. ,. ••• 2:00: Heritage Toronto. Music in the Courtyard. Traditional music or dance. 82 Bond St. 392-6915. .• • • 2:00: Theatre Orangeville. Irving Berlin - Always. Orangeville Opera House. See August 15. • ,• • 3:00: Music in the Park. Edward De Silva (Latin & classical guitar). Dufferin Grove Park, Dufferin St. south of Bloor. 392"1111.Free. • • • 4:00: Organ Alternatives. Summer Sundays. Esther · Chang, grand organ. 4:30: Choral Evensong with Gentlemen of the Cathedral Choir. St. James' Cathedral, 65 Church St. 364-7865. Free. • • • 7:30: Music·.at Mel lastman Square. Stardust Big Band with Ernie Duff & Deborah Donovan. 51 00 Yonge St. 395-7350. Free. • •• 12:15: Church of the Holy Trinity. Music Monday. Music from Tudors to Telemann. James Ti~sley, trumpet; Paul Jenkins, harpsichord & organ. 10 Trinity Sq. 598-4521. Donation. • • • 1 :00: Roy Thomson Hall. Seniors' Jubilee. 'Annual festival of singing, dancing, comedy & cabaret featuring more than 1300talented senior performers from all over Ontario. Lobby entertainment from 11 :OOam. 60 Simcoe St. 872-4255. to . • • • 1 :00: Roy Thomson Hall. Seniors' Jubilee. See August 17. • • • 1 2 :00 noon: Square in Motiqn Soundsational Concert. MacKeel. Celtic rock. Nathan Phillips Square, 100 Queen St. West. ,392-0458. Free. • • • 1 :09: Roy Thomson Hall. Seniors' Jubilee. See August 17. ••• 8:00: Kingston Summer, Festival. Linda McRae. Urban rock, folk, Celtic & country. ·Mainstage, Gr.and Theatre,_218 Princess St., Kingston. 613- 530-2050/1-800-615-5666. . • • • 1 :00: Roy Thomson Hall. Seniors' Jubilee. See August 17. il•• 8:00: Music Gallery. 7 A* 11 D. Performance art. 1 79 Richmond St. West. 204- 1080. • • • 1 :00: Roy Thomson Hall. Seniors' Jubilee. See August 17. • • • 8 :00: Music Gallery. Dokkebi. Korean traditional drum ensemble. 1.79 Richmond St. West.' 204-1 080. $10. • • • 8:'30: Music at Mel Lastman Square. Matthew Good Band (independent rock). 5100Yonge St. 395-7350. Free. • • • 1 :00: Music in the Park. Where's One (faux Latin trio). Dufferin Mall, Dufferin St. south of Bloor. 392-1111. Free. ••• 2:00: Heritage Toronto. Music in the Courtyard. Traditional music or· dance. 82 Bond St. 392-6915. • • • 7:00: Music in the Park. Ayni (tradi~i.onal Andean). Christie Pits, Christie & Bloor Sts. 392-1111. Free. •• • 2:00: Heritage Toronto. Music in the Courtyard. Traditional music or dance. 82 Bond St. 392-6915. • • • 3:00: Music in the Park. Community jam (neighbourhood musical mixture). Dufferin Grove Park, Dufferin St. south of Bloor. 392-1111.Free. ·• • • 3:00: Southern Ontario Chamber Music Institute. Young Artists Showcase Concert. Students of the Southern Ontario Chamber Music Institute. Proceeds to the scholarship fund. Calvary Baptist Church, 1215 Lakeshore Rd. West Oakville. 905-844-2076.$10,. • • • 4:00: Organ Alternatives. Summer Sundays. Norlita Kaui­ Cook, grand organ. 4:30: Choral Evensong with Gentlemen of the Cathedral Choir. St. J ames' Cathedral, 65 Church St. 364-7865. Free. • • • 7:30: Music at Mel Lastman Square. Hot Latkes Klezmer Band (Jewish & Eastern European folk music & dance). 51 00 Yonge St. 39~- 7350. Free. • •• 12:15: Church of the Holy Trinity. Music Monday. Sonatas for flute' & piano by Prokofief & Hindemith. Jenny Mallon, flute; Paul J enkins, CONCERT LISTING SOURCE

piano. 10 Trinity Sq. 598- 4521. Donation. • • • 8:00: Altamira Investment Services Inc./Canadian Opera Company. An evening of arias & overtures. Canadian Opera Company Orchestra; Richard Bradshaw, conductor. Molson Place, Harbourfront. 973- 3000. Free. , • • • 8:00: Opera Anonymous. Leviathan Hook. New opera by Quenten Doolittle and Rex Deverell. Music Gallery, 179 Richmond St. West. 204- 1080.$10 .. • • • 12:00 noon: Square in Motion Soundsational Conc,ert. Thomas Handy Trio. Thomas Handy, acoustic guitar; Ravi Naimpally, tabla/percussion; Oliver Schroer, electric violin. Nathan Phillips Square, 1 00 Queen St. West. 392-0458. Free. ••• 8 :00: Altamira ­ Investment Services· Inc./Canadian Opera Company. Molson Place. See August 25. • • • 8:00: Opera Anonymous. Leviathan Hook. Music Gallery. See August 25. Thursday August 27 • • • 2:00: JVC Jazz Film Festival. All-day event including live jazz concerts & jazz on film. Details TBA. Music Gallery, 179 Richmond St. West. 204-1 080. · ••• 8:00: Altamira Investment Services Inc./Canadian Opera Company. Molson Place. See August 25. • • • 8:00: Kingston Summer Festival. The Kingdom of the Saguenay. Traditional French­ Canadian folk tale told by 20 _. actors & musicians plus 50- voice Cantabile Children's Choir of Kingston. Mainstage, Grand Theatre, 218 Princess St.~ Kingston. 613-530- · 2050/1-800-615-5666.. • • •: Harbourfront Centre: JVC Jazz. 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 351-1323 for details. • • • 2:00: JVC Jazz Film Festival. Music Gallery. See August 27. - 1 ••• 8:00: Kingston Summer Festival. The K(ngdom of the Saguenay. Mainstage, Grand Theatre. See August 27. • • • 8:30: Music at Mel Lastman Square. Headstones. 5100 Yonge St. 395-7350. Free. • • • 2:00: Heritage Toronto, Music in the Courtyard. Traditional music or da!1ce. 82 Bond St. 392-6915. • • • 2:00: JVC Jazz Film Festival. Music Gallery. See August 27. • • • 8:00: Kingston Summer Festival. The Kingdom of the Saguenay. Mainstage, Grand Theatre. See August 27. •• • 2:00: Heritage Toronto. Music in the Courtyard. Traditional music or dance. 82 Bond St. 392-6915. • • • 4:00: Organ Alternatives. Summer Sundays. Douglas Bodle & Christopher Dawes, chamber & grand organs. Selections from Bach: Klavierubung 13rd part) including "St. Anne" Fugue in E flat. 4:30: Choral Evensong with Gentlemen of the Cathedral Choir. St. James' Cathedral, 65 Church St. 364- 7865. Free. · • • • 7:30: Music at Mel Lastman Square. Mart Kenney's Big Band Show fe11turing The Galaxy Orchestra (signature songs of the 40s). 5100 Yonge St. 395-7350. Free. • • • 8:00: Kingston Summer Festival. The Kingdom of the Saguenay. MainstdJie, Grand Theatre. See August 27. • • • 12:15: Church of the Holy Trinity. Music Monday. Music by Brahms & Rachmaninov. Mary Katherine Finch, cello; Ron Greidanus, piano. 10 Trinity Sq. 598- 4521. Donation. r • • • 12:00 noon: Square in Motion Soundsational Concert. Mikel Miller. Folk-country. Nathan Phillips Square, 1 00 Queen St. West. 392-0458. Free. System. John Arpin in Concert. Thursday September 3 Noel Ryan Auditorium, 301 Burnhamthorpe Rd. West. 905- ••• 3:00: Ron Graner. From 615-3500. ,. -Genesis _to Gershwin -A • • • 3:00: University of Jewish Musical History Tour. - Toronto. Carillon Recital. Gloria Jewish sacred & secular music ' Werblow, carillonneur. from ancient to modern times, Soldiers' Tower Carillon, Hart showing the development of House Circle. 762-0882. Free. the.Jewish traditions & travel in song through various lands.- Ron Graner, cantor. Israel Pavilion, Canadian National Exhibition. • • •: Harbourfront Centre. - Heineken Celtic Ceilidh. 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. • • • 2:00: Mississauga Library OJA_Centre Mus!C Series I Fourth exciting season begins October 4, 1998! Highlights for 98/99 include: • Soprano Isabel Bayrakdarian in recital at the Glenn Gould Studio • TSO principal violist Steven Dann • Vancouver-based pianist Robert Silverman . • Mezzo-soprano Linda Maguire SUBSCRIBE NOW! For ticket informa- ;:~r~~~~~:.. . Vitoris • The following concert information was received 'TOO LATE TO LIST Next Deadline 6pm Saturday August 15, for the period Sept 1 to Oct 7 •July 1 7:00: Baytowne Big Band. Nancy Island Historic Site, Wasaga Beach. 705-726- 4070. •July 3 8:30: The Nylons, south west corner of Yonge & Eglinton, as part of opening day evening activities for the new mega city of Toronto. 477- 2545. •July 6, 10:30pm;July 7, 9:00pm; July 8, 1 :30; July 9, 6:00;July 11,9:00;July 12, 4:30: Musical Pawns. Ettore Mazzoleni Concert Hall, 273 Bloor St. w. 534-5919. •July 7 7:00: Mark Rutherford Jazz Quartet. Nancy Island Historic Site; Wasaga Beach. 705-726-4070. •July 8 12:00 noon: Carillon Concert. Metropolitan United Church, 56 Queen St. East. 363-2915. Free. •July 17 8:00: Gloria J. Pearl portrays Billie Holiday. Equity Showc~se Theatre, 221 Dufferin St. 284-1600.. •July 21 7:00: Stardust Big Band. Nancy Island Historic Site, Wasaga Beach. 705-726- 4070. . •July 22 8:00: Rennie Regehr, viola; Jenny Regehr, piano. Ettore Mazzoleni Concert Hall, 273 Bloor St. W. 408-2824 ext.321 . Free. •July 28 7:00: Mark Rutherford Jazz Quartet. Nancy Island Historic Site, Wasaga Beach. 705-726-4070. •August 4 7 :00: Figleaf Jazz Band. Nancy Island Historic Site, Wasaga Beach. 705-726- 4070. •August 11 7:00: Swing Element. Nancy Island Historic Site, Wasaga Beach. 705-726- 4070. ' \ •August 18 7:00: Baytowne Big Band. Nancy Island Historic Site, Wasaga Beach. 705-726- 4070. ONLY COMPREHENSIVE MONTHLY CLASSICAL CONTEMPORARY CONCERT LISTING SOURCE

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