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Volume 3 Issue 6 - March 1998

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Abbie Conant 1 6 Academy Concert 13, 28 Aldeburgh Connection 9, 15 Alexander Tselyakov, piano, with Friends 7, 28 Amadeus Choir a4 . ·Amadeus E-nsemble & Elmer · lseler Singers 29 ' Amici6 Annex Singers of Toronto a5 Arbor Oak Trio 20', 21 Arkell Schoolhouse 'House Concert 7, 21, 28, a4 ARRA Ymusic 1 3 Art Gallery of Ontario 1 ,4,a1 Arts and Letters Club 5 Associates of the TSO 23 AutoBioMusics 1 Barbata Frum "Atrium 1 5 , Barqq~,e Music Beside _the · ·' ,.~ Grange 29 . Beii'Arte Singers 28, 29 Batty Oliphant Theatre a5 · Birchmount Park Collegiate a4 Blessed Sacrament Church 22 ' ' Bowmanville High 22 ; ; Brampton Concert Band 7 ' ' Brampton Symphony aS : ) Calvin Presbyterian 20, 21 Canadian Chamber Academy 29,85 . , • Cantabile Chorale of York , , Region 29 Cardinal Carter Academy )), 13-15,19-21 11 Carousel Players 28 1 ~ Cathedral Bluffs· Symphony 14 ~ 1 Central Tech 1 , 11 , 12 . t Centuries Opera Association 5 ! ~ Chamber Music at the Mc.Gill '< Club 22 i 1 Christ Church Deer Park 1, 8, ' :{ .. 15, 22; 28, 29, a5 f R ·church of St .. l-E!onard 6-8 lr\ . church of the Redeemer 1 , 7, ·g 21 1:: CJRT-FM & McMichael ;;~!. Volunteer Committee 1, aS , ~ j CJRT -FM Sound of Toronto m Jazz Concert 9 :; , Clarington Concert Band 22 \f: Classical Chamber Orchestra 7 " Claviers Baroques & Music Gallery 1 CMC Newman Centre 1 CMC Symphony of Celebration Op.97 #8 8, 16-20, a1 Collaboratiqns 29 • Composers' Orchestra 13 ~~ Concentus Arts High Park · i I Recital Series 7, 14, 28 ·: 1 Concertsingers 1 '~t · 1 4 Continuum 8 1 ~ Convocation Hall 1 24-26,30,;31 Deer Park Concerts 21 Don Mills Organ Society 18 Du Maurier Theatre Centre 13, 21 ,22,a5 East York Symphony a4 Eastminster United 13, 21, 28 Elora Festival Singers a5 Emmanuel United Church 29 Esprit Orchestra 29 Etobicoke Centennial Choir 28 Ettore Mazzoleni Concert Hall 1, 2, 6, 12, 16, 29, a2 Ford Centre for the Performing Arts 1, 8,11-13,15,19-22, 26-29, a1, a2, a5 Gentlemen and Boys of St. Simon's a5 · George lgnatieff Theatre 29 George Weston Recital Hall 1, 5,6,8, 11-15; 19-22,26-29, a2-a4 1 Glenn Gould Studio 5, 6, 9, 12, 13, 19, 21, 26, a5 Great Music at St. Anne's 1, 15,a5 Guitar Society of Toronto 21 Hamilton Place 1, 28 Hammerson Ha115,7,8,10-12, 17,21 ,22,24,28,a3,a5,a7 Hannaford St. Silver Band a5 Harbourfront Centre 22,a5 Hart House Music Committee 5, 12, 15, 19,26,29,a2,al),a6 Heliconian Hall 29 Heritage Theatre 7, 21, a5 1 OOth Monkey Music Circle 22 Islington United Church 28 ·lstituto ltaliano de Culture a3 J-M Massey Ha111, 6, 7,14 Mayumi Sailer, violin 12 McMichael Gallery 1 , a5 Meadowvale Theatre 6 Metro-Central YMCA 14, 28 Metropolitan United Church 14 Midland Ave. Collegiate ·1 4 Minkler Auditorium 7 Mississauga Library 8, a5 Mississauga Philharmonic 28 Performing Arts York Region 27 Polish Canadian Society of Music 29 Redeemer Lutheran 7, 14, ?8 Riverdale Concert Society a3 ' Rosedale United 28 Roy Thomson Hall 1, 4-7, 9-11, 14, 15, 25, 27-29, a7 Roy Thomson Hall Volunteers Mississauga Symphony a5 6, 13,20,27 ' Mississauga Youth Orchestra 6 Royal Conservatory 1, 2, 6, Montgomery's Inn 13, 14 · 19, 29, a2 . Moor.edale Concerts 21, 22, a5 Royal Ontario Museum 8 Mozart Society 18 , Music at Metropolitan 14 •••· S-T Music at Rosedale 29 Music at St. John's a4 Saint Thomas's Church 1 Music at U. ofT. 1, 3, 4, 8, Scarborough Civic Centre 1 12, 17, 23-28, a2-a4, a6 Scarborough Philharmonic a4 Music Committee, Hart House Seeley Hall 1 28 Shevchenko School of Jane Mallett Theatre 3,1 2,1 9' Music Gallery 3, 6-8, 1 5, 1 7, Performing Arts a5 22,26,29, a5, a6 24, 26, 31, a5 Sinfonia Mississauga 6 Jennifer Swartz 19 Music Toronto 3, 12, 19, 26 Solar Stage 16-20 Jewish Music- Toronto 31 Music Umbrella 21 Song Cycles 21 John Paul 11 Polish Cultural Spring Sing for Sight 1 Centre 29 /N R /St. Anne's Church 2 Knox College Chapel 20 ••• - St. George the Martyr 13, 29 La Classics Brampton Women's New Hamilton Orchestra 1, 28 St. John's Church, Elora a5 Chamber Choir 21 New Music Concerts a5 St. Matthew's Ch':'rch 29 Leah Posluns Theatre 31, a4 New Music Concerts & Two St. Patrick's Church 28, 29, a5 Les AMIS a5 New Hours 15 St. Paul's Church 29 Les Six Woodwind Sextet 13 Noel Ryan Auditorium 8, a5 St. Peter's CHurch 27 Little Red Theatre 14 North Toronto Players 13-15, St. Simon's Church a5 Living Arts Centre 8, 11, 12, 17, 21, 22, 24, a3, a7 19-21 N. York Concert Orchestra 4 Tafelmusik 5-8, 10, a2-a4 Tallis Choir 28 Louis Applebaum 80th Birthda_y North York Singers 7 Te Deum 21 Celebration a6 North York Symphony 14 The Chapel, Victoria U. a3 Lunch Hour at St. James' 3, Theatre 11, Living Arts Centre 6 10, 17, 24,31 OnStage at the Glenn Gould Thornhill Presbyterian 27 MacMillan Theatre 13, 14, 20, Studio 1, 7, 8, 10, 14, a2 Timothy Eat on Memorial 18 28 4 Ontario Bible College 8 T o'ronto Camerata 6-8 21' 'a . 29 Margot Rydall & Great Music at Ontario Folk Harp Soc1ety 1 Toronto Chamber Society St. Anne's 2 Ontario Goethe Society a5 Toronto Children's' Chorus 7 Markham Concert Band 1 Ontario Science Centre 9 Toronto Consort 27 Markham Theatre for Opera in Concert 22 Toronto Early Music Centre 8 D-1 Performing Arts 1, 6, 29-a1 Opera Mississauga 5, 7 Toronto Heliconian Club 29 M I k Sh · 28 Patrons of Wisdom 29 Toronto Opera Rep. · 1, 11, 12 , " l~D~A~C~A~R~Y----Hal-1 -1~,6~,-11_,_1_7...,-1r,9:;;,;r;-;:-iffi''Canryma;-;e=n;:;;pri?f•n:;::ernM=""Mc3NTtill7QAs5iCAil&cciNii~QR;;;RY"(oNCi~LiSiiNciScw~------- oRoNTo's ONLY COMPREHENSIVE MONTHLY CLASSICAL & CONTEMPORARY CONCERT LISTING SOURCE

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