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Volume 4 Issue 5 - February 1999

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& Peter Stoll. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park. 487-5885. Free. • •• 8:00: Amici. Chan: Soulmate for solo cello; Bach: Sonata in E maior for violin & Soulmate - for solo cello piano; Messiaen: Quartet for the End of Time for violin, clarinet, cello & piano. Arnold Steinhardt, violin; Joaquin Valdepefias, clarinet; David Hetherington, J.S. BACH Sonata in E major. BINI/ 1 016 - for violin and piano OLIVIER MESSIAEN cello; Patricia Parr, piano. Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front St. West. 205-5555. to . • • •. 8:00: Baroque Concerts at Knox College Chapel. A tre. · Works by Boismortier, Schaffrath, Graun, Rameau, Geminiani & Telemann. Washington McClain, oboe; Linda Melsted, violin; Charlotte Nediger, harpsichord. 59 St. George St. 534-9140. ,. • • • 8:00: Ford 'centre for the Performing Arts .. Pr.o Musica Nipponia. Music by contemporary Japanese composers played on traditional instruments. Makota Nakura, marimba. George Weston Recital Hall, 5040 Yonge St. 870-8000. to . • • • 8:00: Music Gallery. Susan Hookong. Guests include Colleen Allen, Maryem Hassan, Alejandra Nunez & Shameema Soni. 1 79 Richmond St: West. 204-1 080. 0. • • • 8:00: Music Theatre Mississauga. Marne. Music & lyrics by Jerry Herman. Meadowvale Theatre, 631 5 Montevideo Road. 905-821- 0090. to . FOR COMPLETE RUN SEE MUSIC THEATRE LISTINGS. • • • 8:00: Performing Arts York Region. Fabulous Fridays: Amati Quartet. Joseph Peleg & Peggy McGuire, violins; Mark Childs, viola; David Miller. cello. Thornhill Presbyterian Church, 271 Centre St. 905-889-4359. ,. • • • 8:00: Reprise Concerts. The Roar of the Greasepaint, the Smell of the Crowd. Book, Music & Lyrics by Leslie Bricusse. Jane Mallett Theatre, 27 Front St. East. 366-7723. to . FOR COMPLETE RUN SEE MUSIC THEATRE LISTINGS. • • • 8:15: Etobicoke Philharmonic Orchestra. Kulesha: Celebration Overture; Dvorak:CelloConcerto;Beethoven: Symphony #3"Eroica . Vladimir Orloff, cello; Tak-Ng Lai, music director. Scarlett Heights Enterpreneurial Academy, 1 5 Treharne Dr. 239-5665. ,. I I • • ·• 12:00 noon: Royal Conservatory of Music. Lobby Concert. Students of all ages & levels. 273 Bloor St. W. 408-2824 ext.321. Free. • • • 2 :15: Kiwanis Festival. President's Trophy Competition. Adjudicators: Angelo Calcafuoco, Michael Kim, Harold Wiens, Eric Schultz & Peter Stoll. Jackman Hall, 227 Front St. East. 487-5885. Free. • • • 7:00: High Park Girls' Choir and Boys' Choir of Toronto. Bel Canto Children's Choir of Amherst, New York; Ann Cooper Gay, conductor. Runnymede United Church, 432 Runnymede Road. 653-3143. Free. • • • 7:30: Concentus Arts. High Park Recital Series: Toronto Wind Sextet. Works by Mozart, Rossini & Crammer. Redeemer Lutheran Church, 1691 Bloor St. W. 964-8293. ,. MlJSIC U~IIUlELLt Jogs arufSorrows of 'Bach .,. Aradia is joined by ac;tor Tom McCamus in presenting · an evening of the music of J.S. Bach .coupled with · introspective glimpses into the private life of the great master. Featuring the Cantata "lch habe genung" and Brandenburg Concerto no. 5. fJ'omMcCamus as J.S 'Bacfi fJ'erri tJJunnSoprano 'Elissa Poofe j[ute Patricia 'R.pzema 'l{Jri.ter :Je6ruary20,1999~ 8p.m. (jfenn(jouldStudio Tickets: , Students/Seniors Call (416) 205-5555 I ONLY COMPREHENSIVE CLASSICAL TORONTO WIND SEXTET Mozart, Roaalni,Crammer and others REdEEMER lUTiiERAN CliuRcli 1 691 BlooR Sr. W. (KEelE SubwAy) $ 1 0/$] SRS. OR STUdENTS 964-829~ CONTEMPORARY CONCERT LISTING SOURCE presents . EDGAR VARESE AND FRANK ZAPPA Featuring The Toronto Wind Orchestra Mark Hopkins, conductor Samrday, Feb. 20, 1999 8:00pm East~inster United Church 310 Danforth Avenue / at the door under 12

l * * * 7:30: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Light Classics Concerts. Berlioz: Le Corsaire; Faure: Eleg'j'; Tchaikovsky: Variations on a Rococo Theme; Shostakovich: Festive Overture; Borodin: In the Steppes of Central Asia; Ravel: Bolero. Antonio Lysy, cello; Samuel Wong, conductor. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe. 593-4828. to .25. • • • 8:00: Aradia Baroque Ensemble. Joys & Sorrows of Bach. Bach: Cantata lch Habe Genug; Brandenburg Concerto #5; music from his residency in Cothen coupled with introspective glimpses into his private life. Tom McCamus, actor; Terri Dunn, soprano; Elissa Poole, flute; Patricia Rozema, author. Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front St. West. 205-5555. 9, . • • • 8:00: Music Gallery. Hemispheres. Lutek: New Work; Wiens: Darkness & Grace; Goldstein: Crossing The Equator; Bartley: Matrix. 179 Richmond St. West. 204-1080. ,. • • • 8:00: Music Umbrella Chamber Concerts. Edgar Varese and Frank Zappa. Varese: Density 21.5; Octandre; chamber music by Zappa. Coproduction with the Toronto Wind Orchestra directed by Mark Hopkins. Eastminster United Church, 31 0 Danforth Ave. to . 461-6681. • • • 8:00: New Hamilton Orchestra. From the New World. Tchaikovsky: Romeo & Juliet Overture; Kodaly: Dances of Galante; Dvorak: Symphony #9 From the New World. Daniel Lipton, conductor. Hamilton Place, Summers Lane between King & Main. 905- 526-6556. to . • • • 1 :00: Harbourfront Centre Cushion Concert. Jazzamatazz: the Evolution of Jazz. Archie Alleyne, drums; Michael Clarke, singer/narrator; Dave Dunlop, trumpet; Russ Little, trombone; Michael Stuart, saxophone/ clarinet & others, performers; Barbara Budd, host. du Maurier Theatre Centre, 231 Queen's Quay West. 973-4000. . • • ,;' 1 :30: Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts. Dinosaurs and All That Rubbish. Musical production for young children. 130-Navy Street. 905-815- 2021. .99. • • • 2:00: On stage. Camerata Academica Salzburg. Tartini: Sinfonia for Strings; Stravinsky: Concerto intO; Britten: Lachrymae; Schubert: Symphony #5. Alexander Janiczek, leader; Eric Friesen, host. Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front St. W. 205-5555. . • • • 2:30: Distinguished Artists Concert Series. Amadeus Chamber Choir; Lydia Adams, director. Metropolitan Community Church of Toronto, 119 Simpson Ave. 406-6228. • • • 2·:30: Ford Centre for the Performing Arts. Louis Lortie, piano. Beethoven: Sonata No.1 9 in g minor, Sonata No.20 in G, Sonata No.25 in G, sonata No. 24 in F-sharp, Sonata No.22 in F, Sonata No.23 in f minor Appassionata . George Weston Recital Hall, 5040 Yonge St. 870-8000. to . • • • 3:00: Baroque Music Beside the Grange. Across the Mediterranean. Music of medieval Europe; traditional & classical Middle Eastern music. Michael Franklin, voice, hurdygurdy, winds; Ben Grossman, oud, percussion; George Sawa, kanun; Katherine Hill, voice, rebec, vielle. St. George the Martyr Church, 205 John St. 588-4301. ,. • • • 3:00: In Mem.ory of Alfred Schnittke. Mozart: Sonata in E flat K.380; Brahms: Sonata #3 in d minor Op.1 08; Schnittke: Sonata #1 (1963); Suite in the Old Style; Sonata #3 (1994) (Toronto premiere). Youri Zaidenberg, violin; Sofia Moshevich, piano. Victoria University Chapel, 91 Charles St. West. 963-9161.,. • • • 3:00: Mississauga Choral BAROQUE MUSIC BESIDE THE ~RANGE ACROSS THE MEDITERRANEAN Music of Medieval Europe and the Middle East in fruitful and exotic interchange! SUNDAY FEBRUAR¥21 3pm St. George the Martyr Church, Stephanie & McCaul Call 588-4301 for information and a season brochure uttgart mber Choir. s ~ndj mottro Tuesday, February 23 8 pm/St.James Cathedral/65 Church St. Frieder Bernius, Conductor Don't miss the enchanting sounds of this world famous choir in a glorious all-Bach programme: Der Geist hilft unsrer Schwachheit auf Komm,jesu, komm Fiirchte dich nii:ht Singet dem Herrn ein neues !jed jesu, meine Freude Double Choir Concert Stuttgart Chamber c h 0 i r Frieder Berni us, Conductor & Elmer lseler Singers Lydia Adams, Conductor Friday, February 26 8 pm/St. James Cathedral/65 Church Street These two vocal ensembles join forces for the first time in an extraordinary a cappella programme of new classics: Penderecki Agnus Dei Schnittke · Chqral Cqncerto Ligeti Lux aeternq Harry Freedman Pastorale, and Vokes* . jose Evangelista . Noche oscura · * World Preniiere, commisioned by the Ontario Arts Council Tickets: each or buy both concerts for 40 Broadcast partner: CBC •iiJ• r ad i~ \.94.--i iUUSIU, ~HD IHONO.i Print partner: CAN,I\lh'\'S NATIONAL NEWSPIIPER• THE GWBE AND MAIL CONTEMPORARY CONCERT LISTING SOURCE

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