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Volume 4 Issue 10 - July/August 1999

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  • Festival
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2 1 8:00: CVS Musical

2 1 8:00: CVS Musical Productions. Camelot. By Lerner & Loewe. Story of King Arthur's court. Meadowvale Theatre, 631 5 Montevideo Road Mississa1,1ga. 905-821-0090. · to . For complete run see Music Theatre listings. 8:00: Quintessenz in Concert. See August 11. Glebe Road · ·Church, 20 Glebe Road East. Free. 2:00: CVS Productions. Brilliant the Dinosaur. Family musical. Music & lyrics by Richard Stilg,oe. Meadowvale Theatre, 631 5 Montevideo Road Mississauga. 905-821-0090. · .50,$10. For compl~te run see Music Theatre listings. 4:00: St. James' Cathedral. Summer Sunday Concert. Elizabeth Harwood, organ. 4:30: Choral Evensong with Gentlemen of the Cathedral Choir. 65 Church St. 364-7865. Free. ' 7:30: Mel Lastman Square. Klezmer Katz. Klezmer favourites & Yiddish songs. Brian Katz, guitar/piano/composer; Allan · Merowitz, vocals; Martin van de Ven, clarinet; Anne Lederman, fiddle; Artie Roth, bass. 51 00 · Yonge St. 395-7350. Free. Monday August 16 -=1 ~_____. 12:15: l. 65 Churc:h St. 364- 7865. Free. 7:30: Mel Lastman Square. Anna Ro~ain & Norman Amadio Orchestra. Duke Ellington's · classical jazz. 5100 Yonge St. ~~~~~~~~~11395-7350. ,.,. No listings . 1 2: 15': Church of the Holy Trinity. Music Monday Lunchtime Concert. Music by I li'·'ii·f&;'''·''h*+i I 12:00 noon: Nathan Phillips Schumann. Helena Bowkun~ Square. Sounds in the City piano. 10 Trinity Square. 598- Concert: Beyond the Pale; 4521, press 3. Free. Haines & Leighton. Jazz, Celtic, 8:00: Ashkenaz: A Festival., of swing, gypsy & klezmer .styles. New Yiddish Culture. Klezmer 100 Queen St. West. 395- Conservatory B/;nd. Molson 7350. Free. Place, Harpourfront. 973-4000. 7:30: Canadian National (advance); · Exhibition. East Coast Evening. Ennis Sisters; Richard Wood; - ~ I Barra MacNeils. CNE Bandshell. . . 393-6090. Free with CNE ~~~~~~~~~~~~ admission: ,. Ashkena:i:: A Festival of New · Yiddish Culture. 8:30: Flying Bulgar Band. CD release concert. David, Buchbinder, trumpet/compose~/ 7:00:· Canadian National leader. Brigantine Room, 235 Exhibition. Mart Kenney's Big Queens Quay West. 973-3000. Band; Rita MacNeil. CNE Free. Bandshell. 393-6090. Free with 10:00pm: Matt Darriau's CNE admission: ,. Paradox• Trio. Music from East Europe & the Balkans. Brigah< tine Room, 235-Queens Quay W. 973-3000. Free. 8:00: Harbourfront Centre. I ~ I . 'f'WI!!tJ'ftltl''OOJl'IJ'' Hot & Spicy Food Festival. Eval Manigat et Tchaka, Haitian zouk, . . rock & jazz. Molson Place. 973- Ashkenaz: A Festival of New

Yiddish Culture. 8:00: Dave Douglas & Charms of the Night Sky. Canadian premiere in homage to music of Dave'Tarras. Dave Douglas, trumpet; Greg Cohen, bass; Mark Feldman, violin; Guy Klusceitek, ·accordion. Brigantine Room, 235 Queens Quay West. 973-4000. . 10:00pm: Ashkenaz Orchestra Project. Klezmer, new music, jazz, Middle Eastern & Roma music. ·w.orld premiere. Group of 20 musicians; Robert W. Stevenson, conductor. Brigantine Room, 2S5 Que~ns Quay West. 973-4000. i''·"'hfiiN!.!.If'J I 7:00: Canadian National Exhibition. The Ink Spots; Mart Kenney's Big Band. CNE Bandshell. 393-609'0. Free with CNE admission: ,. Ashkenaz:· A Festival' of New Yiddish Culture. ·a:QD:Ashkenaz Orchestra Project. See September 1 . 10:00pm:Dave Douglas & Charms of the Night Sky. See September 1 . 11 :30pm: Late Night Cabaret. Spontaneous musical explorations, poetry, comedy, jamming & dancing to deep Yiddish · grooves. Brigantine Room, 235 Queens Quay W. 973-3000-. 'Free. Place. 973-3000. Free. 3:00: Anne Kalmering Trio. Yiddish songs, theatre songs & Sefardic romances. Brigantine Room, 973-3000. Free. 4:00: Khevrisa. Old klezmer kapelye music. Molson Place. 973-3000. Free. 5:00: Oy Vey Kfezmer for Kids. Children's music show. Ann Tindal Stage,. 973-3000. Free. 7:00: Brave'Oid World: Song of the Lodz Ghetto: 1940-1993. Canadian premiere. Premiere Dance Theatr)'l, 207 Queens , Quay West. 973-4000. ,. 7:00: Hasidic New Wave. Frank London, trumpet; Greg Wall, saxophone; Klezmatics. Brigantine Room, 973-3000. Free. 8:00: New Yiddish Chorale. Molson Place, 973-3000. Free. 8:30:David Krakauer's Klezmer' Madness! Krakauer: A Klezmer Tribute to Sidney Bechet. Molson Place, 973-3000. Free. 9:00: Emil Zrihan. J~wish­ Moroccan devotional singer; 9- piece band. Brigantine Room, 973-3000. Free. 9:30: Flying Bulgar Band. See Au'gust 31. Free. I . I Ashkenaz: A Festival of New Yiddish Culture. 12:00 noon:Oy Vey Klezmer for. Kids. Ann Tindal Stage. See September 5. 1:00: Medina. Arab-Yiddif h fusion quartet. David Buchbinder, Levon lchkanian, Rick Shadrach Lazar & Ernie ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ . Tollar, performers. Brigantine Room. 973-3000. Free. Ashkenaz: A Festival of New 2:00: Ashkenaz Fidl Kapelye. Yiddish Culture. Old-time klezmer string band; 8:00pm: San Francisco Klezmer. Alicia Sv.igals, director. Premiere Experience. Bay Area-Roots­ Dance Theatre, 207 Queens Kiezmer, Yiddish folk & art Quay West. 973-4000. . song; improvisational jazz. 2:30: Klezmer en Buenos· Aires. Jeanette Lewicki, vo·cals; Daniel Klezmer with tango & jazz. Hoffman, leader. Molson Place. Brigantine Room. 973 ~3000 . Free. 973-3000. Free. 9:00: Yuri Yunakov Ensemble. Yuri Yunakov, saxophone/leader. Brigantine Room, 235 Queens QuayWest. 973-300b. Free. 9:30: Brave Old World. Michael Alpert, vocals/violin; Alan Bern, · accordion/piano; Kurt Bjorling, clarinet; Stuart Brotman;bass/ percussion/cimbalom. Molson Place. 973-3000. Free. 11 :00: Late Night Cabare t. See September 2. l«fl.I.dii· Hi.!.Iiiil ' Ashkenaz: A Festival of New Yiddish Culture. · · 2:00:Aufwind. Traditional ~.astern European mus ic. Molson ' 2:30: Hasidic New Wave. See September 5. Molson Place. Free. 4 :00: In Love and Struggle: The .Musical Legacy of the Jewish Labour Bund. Adrienne Cooper & Dan Rous, soloists; New Yiddish Chorale/Toronto Jewish · Folk Choir; Zalmen Mlotek, director. Premiere Dance Theatle, 207 Queens Quay West. 973-4000. . . 4 :30: Emil Zrihan: See September 5 . Molson Place. Free. 4:30: Marty Ehrlich & the Dark Woods Ensemble. Marc Ribot, special guest. Brigantine Room, 235 Queens Quay West. 973- 4000. $10. 6 :00: The Ashkenaz Finale. Molson Place. Free. FURTHER AFIELD The many exciting festivals and . concerts taking place outside the Greater Toronto area this summer deserve their own place in our daily listings. Here are at le{Jst some of these, in alpha- ' be tical order: . ALLISTON Millpond Centre for the Arts. 1 06 Victoria St. W., Alliston. Concerts at 8:00. 705- 435·~J 919. (advance); $.15 (dopr). *July 3: Paul James, blues guitar, harmonica & vocals *July 10: Ed Bickert, jazz guitar *July 17: David McFadden String Quartet *July 24: Besharah Quartet featuring Lizzie Shanks, vocals *July ·31: Nicholas Hernandez, Flamenco guitar & vocals Webber Meets the Classics. . Selections fro'm West Side Story, Cats, Evita & Phantom of the Opera. HCC. ,. *July 24 3:00: The Windermere Pops. Selections from Cats, Evita, Phantom of the Opera & West Side Story. National Academy Orchestra; Boris Brott, conductor. WM. 1-888-946- 337.6. Free. *July 25 3:00: High Tea ~t Windermere House. Valerie Tryon, piano; Academy Chamber Players. WM. 1-888-946-3376. *July 28 8:00: Klezmer ExtravagC~nza. Finjan Klezmer Ensemble; National Academy Orchestra. FC. 5 to . · *July 31 8 :00: Beethoven, Deafness and Defiance. · Beethoven: Piano Concerto #1; *August 7: S:o·o. 9:30 & ' Choral Fantasy. Anton Kuerti, 11:00: Potato Festival -The _ piano; Vox Nouveau Singers & Sisters Euclid; Kevin Breit, guitar. Alumni; National Academy . BROTT Music Festival. 905- 522-7529 or l-800-465-7529. Venues: DM: du Maurier Ltd. Centre, 1 90 King William St., Hamilton · DC: Dundurn Castle, 61 0 Yor-k Blvd. Hamilton CC: Christ's Church Cathedral, 252 James St. North, Hamilton HCC: Hamilton Convention Centre, 1 Summers Lane, Hamilton WM: Windermere House, Windermere FC: Ford Centre for the Performing Arts, 5040 Yonge St. Toronto SHH: Sheraton Hamilton Hotel Ballroom, 11 6 King St. W., Hamilton HP: Great Hall, Hamilton Place, 1 Summers Lane, Hamilton *July 14 8:00: Music of The Nor,tfi. Rachmarinov: Piano Concerto #1 ; Grieg: Peer Gynt Suite; Sibelius: Symphony #2. Arthur Ozolins, piano; Boris Brott, conductor. DM. ,. *July 17 8:00: Baroque arid In Love. Love arias & duets by Handel, Purcell & Pergolesi. Daniel Taylor, tenor; Suzie Leblanc, soprano. DM. ,. *July 18 3:00: High Tea & History- A French Fantasy. Debussy: Three.Preludes; Valse _Romantique; Franck: String Quartet. Valerie Tryon, piano; Academy Chamber Players. DC. ,. ' *July 21 8:00: The Organ & The Orchestra. Handel: Organ Concerto; Saint-Saens: Symphony #3 Organ. Rachel Laurin, Elizabeth Harwood & Paul Grimwood, organ; National Academy Orchestra. CC. ,. *July 23 8 :00: Andrew Lloyd Orchestra. DM. ,. • August 1 3:00: High Tea & History- Moonlight Sonata and More. Lefebvre: Quintet for Winds; Glick: Friendship Quintet; Beethoven: Moonlight Sonata. Valerie Tryon, piano; Ac:ademy Chamber Ensemble. DC. ~ ,. • August 4 8:00: A Night In Paris. Poulenc: La Voix H'umaine; Saint-Saens: Piano Concerto #3. Marc Andre Hamelin, piano; Jodi Applebaum,_ soprano; Academy Chamber Orchestra, DM. ,. • August 7 8:00: The Brandenburgs! Bach: the Six Brandenburg Concerti. Jasper Wood, violin. DM. $.20,. • August 8 3 :00: High Tea & History - A Musical Breeze from the Bay. Liszt: Gnomeireigen; , Mephisto Waltz; Mozart: String, Quartet K428; Glick: Trio for Violin, Cello & Piano. Valerie Tryon, piano. DC. ,. • August 11 8:00: Musical Fireworks! Grote: Grand Canyon Suite; Respighi: Pines of Rome. · HCC. ,. • August 15 3:00: High Tea & History - A Piano and Three Preludes. Chopin: 3 Preludes; Sissel: The Loon's Necklace: Tchaikovsky: Trio in a minor for violin, cello & piano. Valerie Tryon, piano; Academy Chamber Players. SHH. ,. ' • August 18 8:00: Hungarian Rhapsody. Liszt: Piano Concerto # 1 in E flat; Dohnanyi: Variations On A Nursery Song; Sartok: Concerto for Orchestra. Valerie Tryon, piano; National · Academy Orchestra. DM. ,. . • August '21 8 :00: Carmiha Burana! Glick: The Hour Has Come; Orff: Carmina Burana. ·· John Avey, baritone; Eric Shaw,

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