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Volume 4 Issue 10 - July/August 1999

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ftHOLENOTEIS LUI COMPREHENSIVE CONCERT LISTINGS July 1 to September 6 1999 "Canada Day to Labour Day" Special Summer Edition , Concert Listings in this summer edition depart somewhat from our usual arrangement. There are two reasons: One is that we cover two months instead of our usual "month plus seve? days". Second is that much of "Toronto's musi·c" takes place outs1de of the city. These Concert Listings cover what is happening· inside our usual coverage area. But they are followed by a greatly expanded 'Further Afield section in which we cover the wealth of out-of-town li~tening opportunities that the summer brings. As always, we make every effort to ensure accl:lracy. But .... things happen (strikes, plagues ... ), plans change. So, please use the numbers provided to phone ahead. Also please note: only the first performance. of Music Theatre Listings is incltJded in these Daily Listings. For a complete run, runs already in progress and detailed schedules, please see our Music Theatre listings, on page 16. 12:00 noon: Nathan Phillips Square. Canada Day Concerts & Celebraticm. Choral, traditional folk, Celtic &.jazz. Canadian Singers; Anne Lederman & The Come From Every Way Band; J.P. Cormier; Paul Grosney & his Music Makers. 1 00 Queen St. West. 395-7350. Free. 2:00, 3:30, 8:00 & 9:30: VIA Rail Canada Presents Canada Day. Music includes flamenco, Quebecois, roots,, gospel & Cape Breton soul. Performers include Robert Michaels, flamenco guitar; Matapat; Nathaniel Dett Chorale; Bruce Guthro, balladeer. !Ylolson Place. 973- 3000, Free. 7:00: Mellastman Square. Canada Day Celebrations __ Barra MacNeils, Cape Breton Celtic; McAuley Boys, R&B; Robert Michaels, flamenco guitar. 5100 Yonge. 395-7350. Free. 8:00: Canadian Stage Company. Dream in High Park: Rock And Roll. Nostalgic revisiting of rock's early days. Music by John Gray; Katherine Kaszas, director; Frank McKay, star performer. Amphitheatre, High Park & Bloor. 368~311 0. PWYC. For complete run see Music Theatre listings. !il:OO: du Maurier Downtown Jazz Festival. John Nugent Quintet. Terence Blanchard Group. du Maurier Stage, corner of King & John. 870-8000. .50. Friday July 8:00: Music Gallery. Maza Meze. 1 79 Richmond St. West. 204-1080. ~15, 0. 9.:00: du Maurier Downtown Jazz Festival. Rob McConnell and the Boss Brass. du Maurier Stage, corner of King & J .ohn. 870-8000. . 7:30: Toronto Symphoriy Orchestra. J. Strauss: Overture & Watch Duet from Die Fledermaus; Lehar: · Cher Maxim from The Merry Widow; Offenbach: Selections from La Perichole; Poulenc: Les Biches Suite. Kathleen Brett, soprano; Benoit Boutet, tenor; Yves Abel, conductor. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe. 593-4828. to .25. •. 8:00: Harbourfront Centre. Remember SHAKTI. John Mc~aughlin, jazz guitar; Zakir Hussain, tabla; special guests: V.Selvaganesh, ghatam; U.Shrinivas, mandolin. Molson Place. 973-4000. ;$~0 (advance). 9:00: du Maurier Downtown Jazz Festival. Blue Note's 60th Anniversary Tour. Renee Rosnes Trio; Charlie Hunter & Leon Parker Duo. du Maurier Stage, ' corner of King & John. 870- 8000. . Sunday July 4 2:00: Royal Conservatory of Music. Toronto Music Garden Concert. Performers from tht: Glenn Gould Professional School: Beth Rutledge, flute; Julia Seager, hiup; Kathleen Kajioka, RoBERT SILVERMAN, zano • }ULY 6, 7, 13 AND 14, 8:00 PM. GLENN GouLD Snimo 2'50 FRONT STREET WEST 'SINGLE TICKETS: , $!0 (STUDENTS AN Sussc ·~PTION FOR FOUR-CONCERT , (STUDENTS AND SENIORS) '~ .. sublime, strikingly original, magical .. Silverman's ability ot illuminate n~·•«•mu vast array of emotional states{makes quintessential Beethoven experience."

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