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Volume 3 Issue 3 - November 1997

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the NOVEMBER Friday, October 31 I SUBTONIC MONKS Tuesday, November 4 MADE IN CANADA: HYBRID INTERSECTION HENRY KUCHARZYK & PETER HANNAN with guest composer ALAIN THIBAULT Friday, November 7 Thursday, Nov.ember 6 , MADE IN CANADA~ BATTE_RIE PARK presented by CONTINUUM Thursday, November 13 ANTONY LAMB, SOLO LUTE ALLIANCE FRANCAIS Ave. 431-0790.,. Tuesday, November 11, 9pm CCMC Tuesday, November 18, 9pm Wednesday and Thursday November 19 & 20 SHAKTI: KOJIKI Saturday, November 22 ALICE HO PLAYS PIANO MUSIC BY CONTEMPORARY CHINESE COMPOSERS Tuesday, November 25, 9pm CCMC CCMC Friday,,November 21 THOMAS HANDYTRIO Sunday, November 23 EVE EGOYAN PLAYS PARKINSON Friday and S;tturday November 28 & 29 HAMPTON AVENUE CD launch for All I Want For Christmas. ,Thursday, November 27 NICK FRASER · musicgal 179 RICHMOND STREET WEST•WEST OF UNIVERSITY AVENUE•ALL PERFORMANCES BEGIN AT 8PM UNLESS INDICATED OTHERWISE• fOR TICKETS AND INFORMATION CALL 416.204.1080 • 2:00: Trinity-St. Paul's Vocal • 8:00: !Arte Flamenco! Spanish Dance Company ¥t Series. Halloween Concert with Summer Opera Lyric Theatre: Nadia, family entertainer. 427 Pasion Flamenca. Starring: Bloor St. W. 924-5103. Elena La Comadre, Pablo (family rates available). - " Dominguez, Jose Hernandez, • 7:30: Concentus Arts. High Guillermo Silva-Marin, dancers · Park Recital Series. Daniel & guitarists of TArte ~lamenco! Rubinoff, saxophone. Music by Spanish Dance Company; Glick, Vaughan Williams, Brahm Goldhamer, music Mussorgski; new compositions director. Jane Mallett Theatre, by the performer. Launching 27 fxront St. E. 366-7723. :new CD Old Castle. Redeemer ,. Lutheran Church, 1691 Bloor • 8:00: Ford Centre for the St. W. 964-8293.,. Performing Arts. Balcom & • 7:30: Metropolitan United Morris. George Weston Recital Church. Highland, Hijinks' & Hall, 5040 Yonge St. 872- Lowland Lullabies: An Evening 2222. to . of Things Scottish. Featuring • 8:00: Made in Canada pipes· & drums; Celtic harp ;' Festival & Arraymusic music; Metropolitan Brass; Ensemble. The Imagination of Singing Ministers. 56 Queen St. Claude Vivier. Vivier: Pulau E. 363-0331. , (patron Dewata; Et je reverai cette ville tickets). etrange; Piece pour violin et • 7:30: Youth Choirs in clarinette; Piece pour violin et Concert. Bach Chamber Youth piano; Provost: 0 Magnum Choir; Festival Youth Choir; · Mysterium. Michael J. Baker, Gower St. United· Church Youth conductor. Ettore Mazzoleni Choir & Handball Choir; Guelph Concert Hall, 273 Bloor St. W. Youth Singers; Jeunes~e 8 70-8000. , 2. Chamber Choir. Eastminster • 8:00: Mississauga Symphony. United Church, 31 0 Danforth Not Just Nursery Rhymes. Performance Without Fear with Elisabeth Pomes Learn unique techniques·to cope with: • stage fright • mental blocks • body pain/muscle tension • and more NEXT TORONTO WORKSHOP Saturday November 29/97 10-lpm Cost: , ( at door) Sutperland Chan Clinic - SpadinafBloor Call J o Stevenson at (905) 829-3437 TORONTO'S ONLY COMPREHENSIVE MONTHLY CLASSICAL & CONTEMPORARY CONCERT LISTING SOURCE ·

Tchaikovsky: Piano Concerto #3; Wagner: Die Meistersinger Prelude; Raum: Impulse (Premiere); Verdi; Triumphal March & Ballet Music. Jorge Suarez, piano; John Barnum, conductor. Hammerson Hall, . Living Arts Centre, Mississauga. 905-274-1571 . • ,. • 8:00: Opera Atelier. Gluck: Orfeo and Eurydice. Marshall Pynkoski, director; Jeannette Zingg, choreographer; T afelmusik Baroque 0 rchestra; Stephen Barlow, conductor. Royal Alexandra Theatre, 260 King St. W. (students 10% discount). • 1 :00: Harbourfront Centre & Jeunesses Musicales du Canada. Cushion Concert: Ms. Mozart. Life & times of Nannerl Mozart, featuring the music of Mozart & his contemporaries. Mary Lou Fallis, soprano; Barbara Budd, host. Brigantine Room, York Quay Centre, 235 Queens Quay W. 973-4000. . • 2:00: Royal Conservatory of Music. RCM Chamber Orchestra. Grieg: Holberg Suite; Mozart: Symphony #29. Rennie Regehr, conductor. Ettore Mazzoleni Concert Hall, 273 Bloor St. W. 408-2824 ext.321 . , . • 2:00: Scarborough Civic Centre. Peter Glen Variety Show. 150 Borough Drive. 396-7212. Free. • 2:30: Aldeburgh Connection. Harry Heine & Company. Poems of Heinrich Heine set to music by Schubert, Schumann, Mendelssohn, Franz & 'others. Marian Sjolander, soprano; Elizabeth Turnbull, mezzo soprano; Michael Colvin, tenor; Russell Braun, baritone; Andrew Gillies, narrator. Walter Hall, 654-5150. ,. • 2:30: Ford Centre for the Performing Arts. Beaux Arts Trio. Shostakovich: Trio #1 in c minor Op.8; Beethoven: Trio in D OP.70 #1 "Ghost;" Tchaikovsky: Trio in a minor Op.50. George Weston Recital Hall, 5040 Yonge St. 872- 2222. to . • 3:00: Made in Canada Festival. Hannaford Street Silver Band: A Canadian Showcase. Works by Burge, Kulesha, Bergs, Calvert, Weinzweig, Ridout (arr. Irvine), Cowell, Koene & McCabe. James Sommerville, french horn; .Stuart Laughton, trumpet & cornet; James Ge~rdiner, cornet; Raymond Tizzard, cornet; Bramwell Tovey, guest conductor. Jane Mallett Theatre, 27 Front St. E. 366- 7723. ,. • 3:00: Music Committee of Hart House. Sunday Classical Series. Jasper Wood, violin (1997 winner of the Eckhardt­ Gramatte National Competition). King's College Circle, University of Toronto. 978-5362. Free. • 3:00: Opera Atelier. Gluck: Orfeo and Eurydice. Royal Alexandra Theatre. See November 1. • 4:30: Great Music at St. Anne's. Abendmusik. Songs by Schubert. Michael Donovan, baritone; Heather Toews, piano. 270 Gladstone Ave. 536-3160. Free. • 6:00: University of Toronto Centre for South Asian Studies. An Evening of Classical Indian Music. Manasi Majumdar, voice; Tejendra Narain Majumdar, sarod; Samar Saha, tabla; Toronto Artistes. Program in support of Bengali Studies. OISE/UT Auditorium, 252 Bloor St. W. 905-513- 0654. ,; for two sponsors. • 7:00: Hilltop Arts. Chamber Music by Candlelight. Salon music & classics by Schubert, Liszt, Herbert & Brahms; opera transcriptions. Dalyma Piano Trio: David Olson, violin; Marja Cope, cello; Lynda Moon, piano. Church of the Transfiguration, 111 Manor Rd . E. 489-7798. Free will donation. • 7:00: University Settlement Music & Arts School. Tradition & Change: East Asian Music & Musicians in Canada. Music of Korea including traditional music & instruments as well as new music. St. George the Martyr Church, 205 John St. 598-3444. ,. • 7:30: Kingsway Chancel Choir & Newmarket Citadel Band of the Salvation Army. Festival of Hymns and Praise. UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO CENTRE FOR SOUTII ASIAN STUDIES presents AN EVI!.'NING OF CLASSICAL INDIAN MUSIC in support of BENGALI STUDIES Manasi Majumder, voice Tejendra Narain Majumder, sarod Samar Saha, tabla from Calqtlla Toronto Artistes from Bangladesh HARRY HEINE &COMPANY with Marian Sjolander soprano ~ Elizabeth Turnbull mezzo , ·~ c,:,l.iJI: Michael Colvin tenor The intriguing life story a[ Russell Braun baritone the gn;at Ger_man ron;anhc poet, w1th settings of hJS works Stephen Ralls & . by Schubert, Sdiumann, Liszt, Bruce Ubukata, ptano Brahms, Mendelssohn and and narrated by Andrew Gillies Tchaikovsky. SUNDAY, Nov. 2, 2:30 PM WALTER HALL UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO Tickets: / (416) 654-5150 Sunday November 2 1997 at 6 pm at OISE/UT Auditorium, 252 Bloor Street West (St. George subway station) Tickets: , (students) and for two sponsors (tax receipt available) For tickets please contact: Amar Mukheijee 905-513-0654, Morad Khonkokar 416-699-2445, Sejdul Haque 905-812-7154 SPONSORED BY THE BANGLADESH ASSOCIATION (i'ORONTO), THE BANGLADESH ASSOCIATION (CANADA), THE PROBASI BENGALI CULTURAL ASSOCIATION TORONTO'S ONLY COMPREHENSIVE MONTHLY CLASSICAL & CONTEMPORARY CONCERT LISTING SOURCE

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