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Volume 3 Issue 3 - November 1997

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Publisher1s Notebook

Publisher1s Notebook Toronto's only comprehensive monthly classical & contemporary concert listing source · Volume 3 number 3 Nov 1-Dec 5, 1997 ' Copyright @ 1997 PerPul Proze 60 Bellevue Ave, Toronto, ON MST 2N4 Publisher: Allan Pulker Editor: David Perlman : Manager:. Simone Desilets Photography: Michael Shaw, Den Ciul. ' ' Editorial & general inquiries: 416-603-3786 Advertising & memberships: 416-406-6758 Fax: 416-603-3787 Email: drumkll)@web.apc.org Next publication date: November 25, covering · December 1 1997 to February 5 1_998 Listings deadline: November 15 Advertising deadline: . November 20 Listings are free. Please phone or write for listings guidelines. (Un)Ciassified Ads: SOc per word ' ( minimum) Subscriptions: per year ( 10 issues) Display advertising rates: · on request. Wholenote banner by Jerry Ginsberg Printing by New Concept Circulation: 14,000 printed & distributed. wholenote is a production of DRUM Publishing, 60 Bellevue Avenue, Toronto, MST 2N4 Academy Concert Series . .... 25 Aldeburgh Conl)ection . . . . 19, 29 Amadeus Choir ·. . . . . . . . . . . 22 Amici ......... . . . . .. . .. 25 Arbor Oak Trio . . . . ........ 17 Around Again . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Art Gallery of Ontario . ·. . . . . . . 6 ArtWord Theatre . . . . . . . . . . 15 Audio Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Baroqu!l Music beside the Grange 25 Canadian Music Centre . .. ·6,7,32 Centre for South Asian Studies 19 Chamber Music by Candlelight 20 Christ Church Deer Park ..... 30 Classic Recordings ..... , . . . !i Claviers Baroques . . . . . . . . . . 4 Above: this month, Meredith Hall limes two: Opera Atelier's Orfeo and at the new SGI Caledon Centre. See concert notes p. 8 CONTENTS: NOVEMBER 1997 Publication dates and deadlines . · ... . Publisher's notebook . . ....... . Cover story . . . . . : . . l • • • • • • • • The WholeNote Habit ......... . Concert notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . The choral page/Larry Beckwith .. Members' profiles ... ....... . Members' news ........... . The Bandstand/John McGuigan .. . The EtCetera File . . . . . . . . . . . Musidans in our Midst: Dale Sorensen . Music T)leatre ... .. · . . . . . Comprehensive Concert Listings Unclassifieds . · ......... . Index Qf presenters & venues . . . N

Our cover Raymond Luedeke, composer and Joel Quarrington, bass. PHOTO: MICHAEL SHAW Composer Raymond Luedeke, joined the clarinet section of the T.S.O. in 1981. Raised in New Jersey, he studied first at the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, then the Vienna Academy, followed by four years in the U.S. Air Force Band. He returned to school, to study composition under Alan Stout at Northwestern University near Chicago, and, for a summer, with George Crumb at Dartmouth College in New Hampshire. Raymond's concerto for double bass will be performed by T.S.O. principal double bass player, Joel Quarrington November 8, as part of the Made in Canada Festival. The soloist in the concerto, Joel Quarrington, is well known in Toronto. His accomplishments, too numerous to list, include winning the CBC Talent Festival and over 200 solo appearances world-wide. The Made in Canada Festival of Canadian Music, November 1-9 amounts to a crash course in contemporary Canadian music, featuring many composers and a stylistic range that foils any attempt to dismiss contemporary music as all one thing or another. It's a great opportunity to broaden your listening range! The Canadian Music Centre will even arrange a "composer companion" to attend the concert of your choice with you, as a musical guide. (Details on our back cover.) CONCERT NOTES continue on page 8 and page 9 A celebration of 20th-century Canadian and international music.

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