II • per concert • 1 0 months of events Only .00 • .c • u • Over 1 00 eligible concerts last season Earn 11 earmiles" toward free tickets Great savings on CDs Passes available at the Canadian Music Centre (416) 961-6601 and the Music Gallery (416) 204-1 080 s WHOLENOTE 1 S COMPREHENSIVE CONCERT LISTINGS September 1 - October 7 Reader be aware We make every effort to ensure the accuracy of these listing but • mistakes happen • plans change. Please use the phone numbers supplied with each listing to check ahead. Important change Please note. This season, the first perfonnance ONLY of Music Theatre events (e.g. COC, Tosca) is included in these Daily Concert Listings. For the complete run, runs already in progress and detailed schedule, please see WholeNote's Music Theatre Listings, pages 20 and 21. ••• 12:00 noon: Square in Motion Soundsational Concert. Mikel Miller. Folk-country. Nathan Phillips Square, 1 00 Queen St. West. 392-0458. Free. ••• 3:00: Ron Graner. From Genesis to Gersh win - A Jewish Musical History Tour. Jewish sacred & secular music from ancient to modern times, showing the development of the Jewish traditions & travel in song through various lands. Ron Graner, cantor. Israel Pavilion, Canadian National Exhibition. ••• 1:30: CJRT-FM 8r. McMichael Volunteer Committee. Music at McMichael. Musica Viva. Trios for flute, cello & piano. McMichael Gallery, 10365 Islington Ave. Kleinburg. 595- 0404. Free with admission to the Gallery: ,,. ••• 2:00: Mississauga Central Library. John Arpin in Concert. Noel Ryan Auditorium, 301 Burnhamthorpe Rd. West. 905- 615-3500. ,. ••• 2:00: Scarborough Civic Centre Sunday Concert. Tom Leadbeater's Spirit of Nova Scotia Band. 150 Borough Drive. 396-7212. Free. ••• 3:00: University of Toronto. Carillon Recital. Gloria Werblow, carillonneur. Soldiers' Tower Carillon, Hart House Circle. 762-0882. Free. ••• 4:30: Great Music at St. Anne's. Abendmusik. Christopher Dawes, organ. 270 Gladstone. 536-3160. Free. ••• 7:00: North York Symphony. Audi Summer Pops Concert. Elgar: Pomp and Circumstance March; Broadway medlies; favourite opera overtures & arias. Janet Catherine Dea, soprano; Kerry Stratton, conductor. Nathan Phillips Square, 1 00 Queen St. West. 499-2204. Free . ••• 8:00: Music· Gallery. Orquestra Mahatma, with guest violinist Sonia Slany. Musical influences from all corners of the globe. Paul Clarvis, percussion; Thad Kelly, bass; Stuart Hall, violin & guitar. 179 Richmond St. West. 204-1080.. ••• 12:00 noon: Square in Motion Soundsational Concert. Beverley Mahood. Country music artist. Nathan Phillips Square, 1 00 Queen St. West. 392-0458. Free. ••• Harbourfront Centre. Heineken Celtic Ceilidh. Concerts on Friday evening, Saturday from noon till midnight and Sunday from noon until six at Molson Place, Water's Edge Cafe, Brigantine Room & Ann Tindal Stage. Phone 973-3000 for details. ••• 12:10: St. Paul's Anglican Church. Noonday Recital. Eric Robertson, organ. 227 Bloor St. East. 961-811 6. Free. ••• 8:00: Kitchener- Waterloo Chamber Music Society. Andre-Gilles Duchemin, flute; TORONTO'S ONLY COMPREHENSIVE MONTHLY CLASSICAL & CONTEMPORARY CONCERT LISTING SOURCE
Robert Sigmund, harpsichord. Complete Flute Sonatas of BACH. KWCMS Music Room, 57 Young Street West, Waterloo, 519-886·1673, ,,. ••• 7:00: Nile Association of Ontario 8t CNIB. Light and Hope Symphony Orchestra. Mosie by Beethoven, Bizet, Mozart & others; Egyptian Traditional Music. Massey Hall, 15 Shuter. 872·4255. to . ••• 8:00: Friends of South Asia. Jazz at the ROM. Natraj, jazz & world music ensemble. Eaton Court, 100 Queen's Park. 586-5797. (general public). (ROM members, seniors, students). ••• 8:00: John Kamee/ Farah, composer. Works for string quartet, percussion trio, brass quartet and solo piano, also improvisations by composer/pianist John Farah. The Music Gallery, 179 Richmond St. West. (905) 793-7787. ,. ••• 7:00: Debbie Danbrook. Walking the Labyrinth. Celebration including live music, modern dance & other ---·-------- ~ ANNOR~ADJBl llmum TO QIOPftJ lltltnlJdd The Mystery of History= Vienna 1888-1889 Our first evening concert recreates the Vienna of 1888-1889 with it's charm, tragedy, humor and Freudian · passion! Janet Obermeyer, soprano; Boris Zarankin, piano; lnna Perkis, piano; Catherine Belyea, host. Sun~ay, Fep~ ... -~~~~;)F ''" Schubertiad TSO musicians Steven Dann, viola; Joel Quarrington, double bass; Mark Skazinetsky, violin; and David Hetherington, cello team up with mezzo-soprano, Anita Krause, Boris Zarankin, piano; and lnna Perkis, piano; in our annual celebration of Franz Schubert. Sunday, Aprilf:f~'lf$Jt-W1~lj~P French Salam La Belle Epoque Monica Whicher, soprano and Stuart Hamilton, piano perform Ravel's rarely heard "Histoires naturelles"; Paul Meyer, violin; Mihai Tetel, cello; and Boris Zarankin, piano team up for Debussy's'"Premier trio" and the Perkis-Zarankin duo perfonn four-hand music by.Ravel. A Bygone Era is Back.1 XIX Century Piano Favourites Foremost Canadian pianist, Robert Silverman in a piano recital of favourite pieces, happily marrying history and nostalgia.Host Alexa Petrenko. For Brochurl' and lntormation, Call (416) 466-1 fl7('