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Volume 3 Issue 9 - June 1998

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• • • 1 :00: Oakville Symphony Orchestra. Mark DuBois, tenor/conductor; Toronto Choral Society, Geoffrey Butler, conductor. Lakeside · Park, Oakville. 905-815-5970. • • • 7:30: Opera Buff a. Puccini: Gianni Schicchi; Gilbert & Sullivan: Trial By Jury. Fairview Theatre. See June 18 . . ••• 8:00: Arkell Schoolhouse House Concert. Arke/1 Solstice 2nd Annual Piano Festival. Lorraine Wolf, piano. 843 Watson Rd. South Arkell. 519- 763-7528. 5 (reserved seating). ••• 8:0o:·Queen of Puddings Music Theatre Company. Beatrice Chancy. Music Gallery. See June 18. ••• 8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Roy Thomson Hall. See June 17. Willan, Vallerand, Weinzweig & Morawetz. Vivian Waters, violin; Carol Birtch, piano. Remenyi Room, 273 Bloor St. W. 408-2824ext.321. Free. ••• 7:00: Opera Buffa. Puccini: Gianni Schicchi; Gilbert & Sullivan: Trial By Jury. Fairview Theatre. See June 18. • • • 8:00: Maza Maze. Traditional tunes from the Middle East, Greece & Asia Minor in an eclectic mix of layered, winding vocals, instrumental excursions & driving hand percussion. Music Gallery, 179 Richmond St. W. 204-1 080. . ••• 12:15: Church of the Holy Trinity. Music Monday. New compositions by Andrew Ager, organ. 10 Trinity Sq. 598-4521. Donation. • • • 8:00: du Maurier Downtown Jazz. Archie Shepp & Richard Davis. With Colleen Alien & Kevin Breit. d~ Maurier Theatre Centre, 231 Queens • • • 1 :30: Classic Jazz Society of Toronto. Xcentrik Dixie Band. Ice Gardens, York University, 989 Murray Ross Parkway. 661-5900.,. Quay W. 973-4000. . ••• 2:0q: Oakville Symphony ••• 8 :00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Lakeside Park, Orchestra Pops Concert. Last Oakville. See June 20. Night of the Proms. ••• 3:00: Opera Buffa. The Programme includes: Tovey: Magic Flute. Fairview Theatre. ·For a Fistful of Guilders; Gilbert See June 19. - & Sullivan: Excerpts from The · ••• 3:00: Toronto Symphony Mikado; Wood: Fantasia on Orchestra. Roy Thomson Hall. Sea Songs (includes Rule See June' 17. Britannia); Elgar: Pomp and ••• 3:30: 100th Monkey Circumstance March #1; Parry Events' Music Circle. Green (arr. Elgar) Jerusalem. Robert Man. Ron Korb, flute, in Herriot, tenor; Torontocelebration of the Summer Mendelssohn Choir; Canadian Solstice & Father's Day. 66 Children's Opera Chorus; Wellesley East, 2nd floor. 925- Richard Hurst, narrator; 7633. Donation. Bramwell Tovey, conductor. • • • 4:00: Royal Conservatory Roy Thonison Hall, 60 Simcoe of Music String Department. St. 593-4828. to . Sonatas for violin & piano by Mart Kenney-( ·. Eddie Graf Doug Crosley-( -Priscilla Wright With the All-Star Big Band of the Future TU~ ~ALAXY ORCU~HDA Experience the Music and Magic of Miller, Dorsey, Goodman, James, Basie, Ellington, Herman, Barnert and more! Sr. Lawrence Centre fo r the Ans JON~ MOLUH TU~OTR~ .95 8 PM, FRIDAY. JUNE 26th ( ••• 8:00: du Maurier Downtown Jazz. Matthew Shipp Duo with Wil/iam Parker. Eve Egoyan, piano. du Maurier Theatre Centre, 231 Queens Quay W. 973-4000. . ••• 8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra Pops Concert .. Roy Thomson Hall. See June 22. ••• 2:00 & 8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra Pops Concert. Roy Thomson Hall. See June 22. Matinee to .50; evening to . • • • 8:00: du Maurier Downtown Jazz. Steve Lacy/Danilo Perez Duet. With Ted Hawkins. du Maurier Theatre Centre, 231 Queens Quay W. 973-4000.. • • • 8:00: Piet Roelen. Helmut Lotti Goes Classic. Accompanied by a 40-piece orchestra & 1 2-member choir; Andre Walschaerts, conductor. Massey Hall, 15 Shuter, 872- 4255. • • • 12:10: St. Paul's Church Lunchtime Organ Recital. David En low, organ. 227 Bloor St. E. · 961-8116.Free. ••• 2:00 & 8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra Pops Concert. Roy Thomson Hall. See June 22. Matinee to .50; evening to . • • • 7:30: North York Concert Band. Selection ,of traditional band, Broadway, Hollywood & big band tunes. John Edward Liddle, conductor. Mel Lastman Square, 51 00 Yonge St. 24 7- 82~7. Free. • • • 7:30: Show Flex International. Saori Yuki­ Sachiko Yasuda in Concert. Bluma Appal Theatre, 27 Front St. E. 366-7723. • • • 8:00: du Maurier Downtown Jazz. Randy Weston. With Levon lchkhanian & Rick Shadrach Lazar. du Maurier Theatre Centre, 231 Queens Quay W. 973-4000. . • • • 8:00: du Maurier Downtown Jazz Festivai/Massey Hall. Los Van Van. 15 Shuter. 872-425-5. to . organ annual Request Recital, June 16 Indonesia, India, Viet Nam, the Caribbean, South America & Africa. John Wyre, director. Hammerson Hall, Living Arts Centre, 41 41 Living Arts Drive. Call 905-306-6000for update. •• • 8:00: du Maurier Downtown Jazz FestivaiiMassey Hall. King Sunny Ade. 15 Shuter. 872- 4255. to . ••• 8:00: Mart Kenney. We're Proud of Canada Big Band Show. Tribute to the best in Canadian music. Priscilla Wright, vocals; Doug Crosley, vocals & host; Galaxy Orchestra; Eddie Graf, leader. Jane Mallett Theatre, 27 Front St. E. 366-7723. .95. ••• 8:00: Spiritual Alignment. Mark Hundevad, drums/vibes/composer; Raphe Malik, jazz trumpet; Kenny Baldwin, alto sax; Jim Heineman, tenor sax/flute; ·And rea Kuzmich, voice; Bill Norman, bass. Music Gallery, 179 Richmond St. W. 204- 1080. ,. ••• 7:30: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Adams: Short Ride in a Fast Machine; Peters: Dreaming Tracks; Hoist: The Planets. Elmer lseler Singers (women only); Bramwell Tovey, conductor. Casual postconcert reception. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe St. 593-4828. to . ••• 8:00: Glass Orchestra. Percussive soundscape of associative imagery created by a large assortment of glass bottles, tubes, tanks & chimes. Music Gallery, 179 Richmond St. W. 204-1080.,. • • • 1 :30: Classic Jazz Society of Toronto. Silver/eaf Jazzmen. Ice Gardens, York un· 989 Murray Ross .

Parkway. 661 -5900. ,. • • • 8:00: Georgian Theatre Festival. Golden Gala Opening. John Arpin, piano; Barbara Collier, soprano; Mark DuBois, tenor; Bruce Kelly, barito.ne. Meaford Opera House, 12 Nelson'St. E. 519-538-3569/1 · 888"541-4444. . • • • 8:00: Kingston Summer Festival. Opening Night Performance: Holly Cole. Mainstage, Grand Theatre, 218 Princess St., Kingston. 613- 530-2050/1-800-615-5666. . • •• 12:15: Church of the Holy Trinity. Music Monday. Songs of Strauss, Debussy, (3rieg & WoJf. Norma Burrows & Andrea Gerhardt, sopranos; Paul Jenkins, piano. 10 Trinity Sq. 598-4521'. Donation. • • • 8:00: Kingston Summer Festival. Barachois. Fiddle, guitar, pump organ, harmonica, driving foot rhythms, brass. Mainstage, Grand Theatre, 218 Princess St., Kingston .. 613- 530-2050/1 -800-61 5-5666. . • • • 8:00: Elm er lseler Singers. A Midsummer Night's Fest: The Maple Leaf Forever. Folksong arrangements by Canada's leading composers; , featuring the new lyrics to The· Maple Leaf Forever. Lydia Adams & Howard Cable, guest conductors; Hannaford Street Brass Quintet, guest artists. Trinity/St. Paul's Church, 427 Bloor St. W. 483-5549. ,. • • • • 8:00: Kingston Summer Fe!ftival. lmilonji KaNtu Choral Society of Soweto. 60-voice choir. Mainstage, Grand Theatre, 218 Princess St., Kingston. 613-530-2050/1 · 800-615-5666. . • • • 8:00: Elmer lseler Singers. A Midsummer Night's Fest: A Choral Evensong. Traditional Anglican evensong with works by Willim, Ridout & others. Lydia At;lams, guest conductor; Giles Bryant, organ. St. James Cathedral, 65 Church St. 483-5549. Free will offering (suggested donation 0). •• • 8:00: lmilonji Kantu Choir of Soweto. Traditional tribal dances to contemporary cho~al works. Massey Hall, 15 Shuter. 872-4255. to . • • • 8:00: Kingston Summer Festival. Leahy (with Bruce THE MAPLE LEAF FOREVER A Canadian Panorama with THE ELMER ISELER SINGERS Guthro). Celtic & Canadian folk music, Irish fiddle & French Canadian step-dancing. Mainstage, Grand Theatre, 218 Princess St., Kingston. 613- · 530-2050/1 -800-61 5-5666. . • • • 1 :30: CJRT -FM & McMichael Volunteer Committee. Music at McMichael. M9rgan Davis & AI Lerman. McMichael Gallery, 10365 Islington, Kleinburg. 595-0404. Free with admission to the Gallery: ,,. • • • 1 :30: Classic Jazz Society of Toronto. Hot 5 • Jazzmakers. Ice Gardens, York University, 989 Murray Ross Parkway. 661-5900. ,. •• • 8:00: Kingston Summer· Festival. Joe Sealy Quartet & Mol/y Johnson. Sealy: Africville Suite; jazz & blues. Mainstage, Grand Theatre, 218 Princess St., Kingston. 613-530- 2050/1-800-615-5666.. ••• 12:15: Church of the " Holy Trinity. Music Monday. Bach: suites for solo cello. Sergei ls'tomin, baroque cello. 10 Trinity Sq. 598-4521. Donation. • • • 7:00: Oakville Wind Orchestra. Outdoor Summer Concert. Anthony Kershaw, .conductor. Coronation Park Bandshell, Lakeshore Rd. east of 3rd line. 9'05-338-8114. Free. The following concert information· was received TOO LATE TO LIST Next Deadline 6pm Monday June 15, for the period July 1 to September 7 1998June 6 7:00: Jonah Liebster, classical guitar. Bloor Street United Church, 300 Bloor St. W. •June 7 7:00: Randolph School for the Performing Arts: That's Entertainment· Music in Movies. Studio Theatre, Ford Centre. 924· 2.243 ' •June 7 8:00: Hemispheres Music Projects: Industrial Strength. Bar ltalia, 582 College St. 703-68-95 •June 11 8:00: Daniel Bolshoy, classical guitar. Heliconian Hall, 35 Hazelton. 225-4750. •June 13 8:00: Glynis Fowler, soprano .& Andreas Street, tenor in concert. Milton Alliance Church, 2850 Derry Rd. E. 905-820-5438 •June 14 7:00: Komitas Musical Association 21st Annual Variety Concert. Studio Theatre, Ford Centre. 905-889-2094 •June 16 8:00: Festival Wind Orchestra. Studio Theatre, Ford Centre. 491 · 1 683 •June 18 8:00: Lachan Jewish Chamber Choir of Toronto. Studio Theatre, Ford Centre. 787-0393 •June 18 & 19 12noon & 5:00: Musi.c in the Park. Dufferin Mall. 530-0437 •June 20 1:00 & 5:00: Music in the Park. Dufferin Mall. 530-0437 •June 21 & 27 1:00: Music in the Park. Dufferin Mall. 530-0437 •June 24 6:00: All the King's Voices. North York Seniors' Centre, 21 Hendon. 757- 5512 ' •June 27 7:00: Music in the Park. Christie Pits. 530-0437 •June 28 3:00: Music in the Park. Dufferin Grove Park. 530-0437 Tuesday; ~une 30th,l998 8: 0 p.m. Trinity-St. Paul 1 s United Church . 427 Bloor 'St. W. I students & seniors ''Every home and every sr:hool in Canada shoulihave· this album .. ... l'ierre Herton ! PRESENTERS PLEASE NOTE! 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