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Volume 4 Issue 10 - July/August 1999

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  • Festival
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22 Frank McNamara,

22 Frank McNamara, conductor. Air Canada Centre, 40 Bay. 870- 8000. .50 to .50. ursday July 15 12:00 noon: Northern Encoun" ters. Celebrating the Arts & Culture of the Circumpolar Nations. Alacie Tullaugaq & Lucy Amarualik, throat singers; Attima Hadiari, drum dancer; Miriam Aglukkaq & Edward Snowball, singers; Transjoik. Metro Hall Square, King ·st. west of Simcoe. 979-128'2. Free. . 7:30: St. Paul's Bloor Street. Choir of Clare College Cambridge. Music by Rutter, Howells, Britten, Palestrina & others. Tir)1othy Brown, conductor. ·227 Bloor St. East. 961-3547. . riday July 16 1 :00 & 2:00: Northern Encounters. Celebrating the Arts & Culture of the Circumpolar Nations. Attima Hadiari, drum dancer; Miriam Aglukkaq, singer. Walker Co~rt, Art Gallery of Ontario; 317 Dundas West. 979- 6608. Free with PWYC admission to the AGO. 8:00: Harbourfrcint Centre. Great Canadian Blues Festival. Michael Pickett; Son Seals. Molson Place. 973-3000. Free. 1 :00: Northern Encounters. Celebrating the Arts &. Culture of the Circumpolar Nations. Alacie Tullaugaq & Lucy·Amarualik, throat singers. McMichael Canadian Art Collection, 1 0365 Islington Ave. Kleinburg. 905- 893-0344 ext.402. Free with admission to the Gallery: ,,. 2:00: Harbourfront Centre. Great Canadian Blues Festival. Louisiana Red. Molson Place. 973-3000. Free. 8:00: Harbourfront Centre. Great Canadian Blues Festival. Ray Bonneville, Bob Brozman & Syl Johnson. Molson Place. 973- 3000. Free. Sunday 1 2:00 noon: Northern Encounters. Celebrating the Arts & Culture of the Circumpolar Nations: Falconbridge World Music Open Air Concert. Alacie Tullaugaq & Lucy Amarualik, throat singers; Attima Hadiari, drum dancer; Miriam Aglukkaq & Edward Snowball, singers; Transjoik & other performers. McMichael Canadian Art Collection, 10365 Islington Ave. Kleinburg. ,905-893-0344 ext.402. Free with admission to the Gallery: ,. 2:00: Harbourfront ·Centre. Great Canadian Blues Festival. Curley Bridges & the Kings of Rhythm; Blackburn. Molson Place. 973-3000. Free. 2 :00: Royal C911servator.y of Music. Toronto Music Garden Concert. String Quartet from the Glenn Gould Professional School: Sarah Fraser & Rick Dorfer, violins; Ignacio Turrion, viola; Trevor Fitzpatrick, cello. Queens Quay West between Spadina and Bathurst. 408- 2824 ext.322. Free. 4:00: St. James' Cathedral. Summer Sunday Concert. Franck: Piece Hero"ique; Graham: Suite Images of the Heart; Bach: Prelude & Fugue in G; Willan: Chorale Prelude on Vexilla Regis. Valerie Hall, organ. 4:30: Choral Ev.ensong with Gentlemen ot"the Cathedral Choir. 65 Church St. 364- 7865. Free. 7:30: Mel Lastman Square. The Troubadours. 1 0-piece Caribbean band. 51 00 Yonge St. 395-7350. Free. Monday July 1 1 2:00 noon: Northern Encounters. Celebrating the Arts & Culture of the Circumpolar Nations. Alacie TullaLigaq & lucy Amarualik, throat singers; Attima-Hadiari, drum dancer; MiriamAglukkaq, singer. Garden Court, ~CE Place, Front St. between Yonge & Bay. 979-1282. Free. 1 2:15: Church of the Holy. Trinity. Music Monday Lunchtime Concert. Trio Resonance. 10 Trinity Square. 598,4521 , press 3. Free. · Tuesday July 20 7:30: St. John's Presbyterian Church. Ayrshire Fiddle Orchestra. 41 5 Broadview Ave. 466-7476. ,$10. 12:00 noon: Nathan Phillips Square. Sounds in the City Concert: ElizaBeth Hill & LONGBOTTOM. Aboriginal/ roots songs & stories. 1 00 Queen St. West. 395-7350. Free. 3:30: Thornhill Chamber Music institute·. Faculty Concert: Homage to Nature. Program includes music by Cassada & Beethoven. Toronto Waldorf School, 9100 Bathurst St. Thornhill. 905-764-1924. to $10. 8:00: Hummingbird Centre for the Performing Arts. Riverdance. Moya Doherty, producer; John McColgan, director; Bill Whelan, composer. 1 Front St. East. 872- 2262. to . For complete run see Music Theatre listings. 2:30: Tho·rnhill Chamber Music Institute. Student Per­ .formances. Tor'onto Waldorf School, 91 00 Bathurst .St. Thornhill. 905-764-1924. Free. 7:30: Thornhill Chamber Music Institute. Cape Breton Heritage Concert. Ponald' Maclellan & David Greenberg, fiddlers; Doug MacPhee, piano. Toronto Waldorf School, 91 00 Bathurst St. Thornhill. 905-7 64- 1924. to $10. aturday July 24 ti·onal Jazz Festival. Performers include: Barlow Group, Michael · Kaeshammer, Warren Hill, Dominicanada & Lucky Peterson. Mainstage, Alex Christie Bandshell, Kew Garde]1s. 1-888- 277-0796. Free. · unday July 25 I organ. 4:30: Choral Evensong with Gentlemen of the Cathedral Choir. 65 Church St. 364- 7865. Free. 7:30: Mel Lastma~ Square. .AELITA & Johnny Hood Orchestra. Popular favourites of the big _band era. 51 00 Yonge St. 395-7350. Free . ..,, onday July 26 12:15: Church of the Holy Trinity. Music Monday Lunchtime Concert: VIDA: Creation in Song and Memory. A cappella worldsong for women's' voices. 1 0 Trinity Square. 598-4521, press 3. Free. 7:30: Church of St. Martin-inthe-Fields. St. John Fisher High School Concert Band, Recotder Ensemble & Ceilidh Band. Arrangements of Joplin, Elvis, Big Band, Blues & show tunes. 15'1 Glenlake Ave. 767-7491. Free. 12:00 noon: Nathan Phillips Square. Sounds in the City Concert: Cheza. Music of southern Africa with rock & folk influences. 100 Queen St. West. 395-7350. Free. 3:30: Thornhill Chamber Music Institute. Faculty Concert: Passions & Pleasures. Mozart: Regelstadt Trio; Kodaly: Solo Sonat.a for Cello; Elizabethan love songs & other music. Toronto Waldorf School, 91 00 Bathurst St. ThornhilL 905-764- ~~~~~~~~~~~~ , 19 7~~o~~t:~i!~~~ Community 1 2':00 noon: Beaches lnterna" tional Jazz Festival. Performers include: Pat labarbara Quartet, Bill King Sextet, Johnie Bassett & The Blues Insurgents, T.S. Monk Sextet & Sugar Ray . Norcia. Mainstage, Alex Chri~tie Bandshell, Kew Gardens. 1-888- 277-0796. Free. Concert Band. Twiljght Concertin-the-Pa~k. Lively tunes from stage, screen & the swing era. John Edward Liddle, conductor. Broadacres Park, 450 The West Mall (rain location: St. Luke'·s· Church, 516 The Kingsway). 233-7468. Free. 2:00: Royal Conservatory of · l~~~~~~~~~~~·~~ Music. Toronto Music Garden Concert. Performers from the Glenn Gould Professional School: Clarinet & String Quartet. Queens Quay West between Spa~ina and Bathurst. 408- 2824 ext.322. Free. 4:00: St. James' c ·athedral. Summer Sunday Concert. Montgomery: Three Pieces; Handel: Water Mus ic (arr. ' Peasgood). James Burehill, 3:30: Thornhill Chamber Music Institute. Student Performances. Toronto Waldorf School, 91 00 Bathurst Street. Thornhill. 905-764- 1 924. Free.

7:30: Thornhill Chamber Music Institute. Final Gala Concert. Student ensembles, choral presentations, new compositions & Junque Orchestra. Toronto Waldorf School, 9100 Bathurst St. Thornhill. 905-764-1924. 8:00: Harbourfront Centre. Divas & Dreads. Donna Makeda and the H.I.M. Band; Hijas del Sol. Molson Place. 973-3000. Free. 8:00: Summer Opera Lyric Theatre. Verdi: Falstaff. Raisa Nakhmanovich, music director. . Helen Gardiner Phelan Playhouse, 79A St. George. St. 465- 2912. ,. For complete run see Music Theatre listings. 8:00: Summer Opera Lyric Theatre. Gounod: Romeo et Juliette. Robin Wheeler, music director. Helen Gardiner Phelan Playhouse, 79A St. George St. 465-2912. ,. For cqmplete run see Music Theatre listings. Monday August 12:15: Church of the Holy Trinity. Music Monday Lunchtime Concert. Dance Oremus Danse. 10 Trinity Square. 598- 4521, press 3. Free . 2:00: Harbourfront Centre. Divas & Dreads. David Rudder & Charlie's Roots, Trinidadian · soca. Molson Place: 973-3000. I Free. aturday July 31 ~~~- 3:00: Choirs Ontario 1999 L __ 1 Children's Choir Camp. Final Concert. Jeanette Steeves, No listings conductor. Ettore Mazzoleni Concert Hall, 273 Bloor St. West. 923-1144. . · 8:00: Harbourfront Centre. Divas & Dreads. Skanksters; Jazz Jamaica. Molson Place. 973,3000. Free. ~~·~2~:~00~:~H~a~r~bo~u~r~fr~on~t~C~e~n~tr~e~. ~~~ Divas & Dreads. Allakomi. Molson Place. 973-3000. Free. 2:00: Royal Conservatory of Music. Toronto Music Garden Concert. Baroque Ensemble from the Glenn Gould Professional School. Queens Quay West between Spadina and Bathurst. 408-2824 ext:322. Free. 3 :00: Summer Opera Lyric Theatre. A Midsummer Night's Music. Music inspired by the works of Shakespeare. Helen Gardiner Phelan Playhouse, 7SA St. George St. 465-2912. ,. 4:00: St. James' Cathedral. Summer Sunday Concert. , Messiaen: Alleluias sereins d'une ame qui desire le ciel; Reubke: Sonata on the 94th Psalm. Jeremy Bruns, organ. 4:30: Choral Evensong with Gentlemen of the Cathedral Choir. 65 Church St. 364-7865. Free. 7:30: Mel Lastman Square. Mireya Escalante & Latin Street. Latin rhythms, jazz & blues roots. 5100 Yonge St. 395- 7350. Free. · 8:00: Harbourfront Centre. Divas & Dreads. Lazah Current; Krosfyah. Molson Place. 973- 3000. free. .--.-----'1• I ''1'·1M·i54''· 11 Hi1 I 12:00 noon: Nathan Phillips . Square. Sounds in the City' Concert: Levitation. French Caribbean Zouk. ·1 00 Queen St. West. 395-7350. Free. No listings Friday August 8:00: Feast of Fools T~eatre. Nunsense. By Dan Goggin. Mainspace Theatre, Village Playhouse, 21 90 Bloor St. West. 231-3131 . . For complete run see Music Theatre listings. 8:00: Harbourfront Centre. Rhythms of the World. Fantcha, Portuguese morna; Waldemar Bastos, Afro-Latino. Molson Place. 973-3000. Free. I Saturday August 7 2:00: Harbourfront Centre. Rhythms of the World. Vanaver Caravan; Laurel MacDonald. Molson Place. 973-3000. Free. 3:00: Summer Opera Lyric Theatre. A Midsummer Night's Music. Helen Gardiner Phelan Playhouse. See August 1 . · 8:00: Harbourfront Centre. Rhythms of the World. Susana Baca, Afro-Latino; Sam Mangwana. Molson Place. 973- 3000. Free. unday August 8 I 2:00: Harbourfront Centre. Rhythms of the World. Les Gitanes de Sarajevo; Kamkars, traditio'rial Kurdish. Molson Place. 973-3000. Free. 2:00: Royal Conser-vatory of Music. Toronto Music Garden Concert. Performers from the Glenn Gould Professional School: Onyx Quintet. Katherine Anderson, flute; Gillian Howard, oboe; Graham Martin, bassoon; Lake Porter, french horn; Susan Strune, ·clarinet. Queens Quay West between Spadina and Bathurst. 408-2824 ext.322. Free. "' 4:oo·: St. James' Cathedral. Summer Sunday Concert. James Noakes, organ. 4:30: Choral Evensong with Gentlemen of the Cathedral Choir. 65 Church St. 364-7865. Free. 7:30: Mel Lastman Square. Debi Sander Walker Orchestra. Swing, Latin, light rock, waltz. 11-piece band. 51 00 Yonge St. 395-7350. Free. · 12:15: Church of the Holy Trihity. Music Monday Lunchtime Concert. Music of Milhaud, McDqnald & Hatch. Guy Few, trumpet; Boyd McDonald, piano. 10 Trinity Square. 598~452J, press 3 . Free. Tuesday August 10 ===I 8:00: Mirvish Productions. Fame, the Mudcal. Princess of Wales Theatre, 300 King St. West. 872-1212. to .50. For complete run see Music Theatre listings. 1 2:00 noon: Nathan Phillips Square. Sounds in the City Concert: Cha-Locos. African influenced Peruvian & Venezuelan coastal styles. 1 00 Queen St. West. 395-7350. Free. • 8:00: Qufntessenz in Concert. Works by Lasso, Monteverdi, Buxtehude, Brahms, Bartok, Faure & Diestler. Heike Schehl, soprano; Barbara Nestler, alto; ln·go Jander, tenor; Markus . Bruhl, bass; Matthias Schmidt, baritone & accompanist. Royal York Road Church, 851 Royal York Road. 463-6592. ,. 8:00: Southern Ontario Chamber Music lnsti~ute. Penderecki String Quartet. Works by Mozart, Beethoven & L.C. Smith. Calvary Church, 1 21 5 Lakeshore Road West, Oakville. 905-527'-4168. ,$10. riday August 13 THE SOUTHERN ONTA.roO CHAMBER MUSIC INSTITUTE presents: Thursday Aug 12, 8 pm mE PENDERECKI QUARTET in works by Mozart, B~thoven, and Linda C. Smith. Monday Aug 16, 8pm mE ST. LAWRENCE QUARTET in works by Schumann and Schubert. Guest Artist: Marcel Saint-Cyr Sunday Aug 22, 3 pm THE STUDENT SHOWCASE CONCERT. All' concerts at Calvary Baptist Church 1215 Lakeshore Road West Oakville, Ontario Tickets: ; (Seniors, Students) Showcase Concert $10; (Sen./Stu.) at L' Atelier Grigorian, Oakville or call (905)8442076 or (905)' 5274068 or or. at door.

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