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Volume 4 Issue 6 - March 1999

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3Q Mml• '99 Am z '99 ''Vheie:ftot.-eg ~ ~a~::~~.:..~~.::~J.~~:~:~~=r~ .~~•~m;,,~;A~!BLES •A-"D Academy Concert Series 27 Academy of Spherical Arts 7 Amadeus Ensemble/Jewish Music Toronto 7 Arbor Oak Trio 26, 27 Ark ell Schoolhouse. 6, 27 Associates of the toronto Symphony Orchestra 29 Autumn LeafPerformance 19 Baroque Afternoons At Kimbowne 21 Baroque Music Beside the Grange 14 Birchmoimt Park Collegiate 6 Bisma Bosma 3 Blessed Sacrament 28 Bloor Street United 3, 25 Brigantine Room 21 CABARET '99 2-4 Cafe Espresso Sunday Afternoon Music Series 7 Calvin f>resbyterian 26, 27 Canadian Academy of Arts & Music 7 Canadian Music Competitions (Ontario) 7 Canadian Opera Company a6 Cantabile Chorale of York Region 8 Cathedral Bluffs Symphony Orchestra 20 Cathedral Concert Series 7 CBCMusicAround Us4, 11, 18,25 Central Technical Theatre 10, 11 Choirs of Grace Church on-the-Hill28 Christ's Church Cathedral 7, 19 , G).uistian Children's Fund of Canada a3 Church of Our Lady 7, 27 Church .,fthe Holy Trinity 14 City Playhouse 18 · Civic Light Opera Company'4 CJRT-FM 8 Clearly Classic Concerts 12 Columbus Centre 30 Concentus Arts 13, 20 Concertsingers 7 Convocation Hall, McMaster University 7, 9, 14, 21, 30 Counterpoint Community Orch. 27 DACARY Haii!O, 11, 17, 18, 23, 24,26,29,31 Dance Oremus Danse 23 Dancemakers/ARRAYMUSIC a7 Deer Park Concerts 27 Deer Park United Church 27 Distinguished Artists Concert Series 21 Don Mills Organ Society 17 Du Maurier & Koffler Centre 7 Du Maurier Theatre Centre 19, a7 Dummies Theatre 2 Duo L'lntemporel 5 Eastminster United Church 13, 27 Ellington Centennial Celebration 10 Elora Festival Singers 7 Encore Entertainment 18 Epilepsy Ontario & Bloorview Epilepsy Research Program 21 Esprit,Orchestra 9 Etobicoke Centennial Choir 6 Etobicoke Collpgiate 26, 27 Etobicoke Community Concert Band26, 27 Ettore Mazzoleni Concert Halt 5, 20, 26 Exultate Chamber Singers 5 . Feast of Fools Theatre 5 Ford Centre for the Performing Arts 4, 11-13. 17, 21, 25, 26;28, 30 George Weston Recital Hall 2, 4, 7, 11-13,20,21, 23, 25, 26, 28, 30 Glenn Gould Studio 4, 5, 1, 9, II, 18-21,25,27, 28 Glenview Presbyterian Church 6 Great Music at St Anne's 7, 21, a2 Guelph Chamber Choir a3 Guitar Society of Toronto 13 Hamilton Place 5, 20 Hammerson HaiiiO, 16, 20,28 Harbourfront Centre 21 Hart House Music Committee I U of T Faculty of Music 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, a6 Heliconian Hall 13, 28 Holy Trinity Church 8 Humber Music Jazz Showcase a7 Hummingbird Centre 10, a6 lntrada Brass 27 Islington United Church 6 Jane Mallett Theatre 2, 9, 11, 18, 23,27,31 Jubilate Singers 13 Kim bourne Park United 5, 21 Kiwanis Festival 2 Lakeshore Auditorium a7 Leah Posluns Theatre 7, a3 Les,'\MIS 14 Living Arts Centre Mississauga 16 Lunch Hour at StJames' 2, 9, 16, 23,a6 Macdonald Stewart Art Centre 6 MacMillan Theatre 5, 6, 27 Markham Concert Band 7 Markham Theatre for Performing Arts 7, 13, 14, 26-31, a3 Markham Youth Theatre a3 Marta Hidy & Friends 7 Massey Hall 6, 20, 27, a3 ' Metropolitan Community Church of Toronto 21 Metropolitan United Church 6, a2 Midland Collegiate Auditorium 20 Minkler Auditorium 28 Mississauga Choral Society 28 Mississauga Sinfonia 12 Mississauga Symphony 20 Montgomery's Inn 12, 13 Mooredale Concerts 27, 28 Mozart Society 10, 17 Music at Metropolitan 6, a2 Music at Rosedale 28 Music atSt John's 6 Music for a Saturday Afternoon 13 Music Gallery 2, 11-13, 17, 20, 25- 27 Music Toronto 2, II, 18, 23 Music Umbrella Chamber Concerts 13 New Hamilton Orchestra 5, 20 Newmarket Theatre 27, 28 Newton brook SS 2-4 ,North York Singers 6 North York Symphony 20 Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts 5, 6, 18, 21 Onstage4, 9, 19,28 Ontario Registered Music Teachers Association 7 . Ontario Science Centre Auditorium 8 Opera Atelier 31 Opera in Concert 27 lr::=========================-> Opera Mississauga 10 Orchestra Townto a3 ETCETERA fiLE, CONTINUED FROM PAGE 37 March 21 2:00: CAMMAC music reading for singers & instruments of selected choruses from Parts II & Ill of Handel's Messiah. Conductor: lvars Taurins of Tafelmusik. Christ Church Deer Park, 1570 Yonge St. 421-0779. ,. March 26 7:30: Recorder Players Society. Amateur musicians who meet to explore recorder repertoire from the Renaissance to modern tim{!s. Church of the Transfiguration, ·111 Manor Rd. East. 968- 1559. Worlds of Music Toronto. 1 0- week series of workshops by musicians/teachers from diverse cultures throu hout the world: *Andean pan flute, beginning Feb 21 12 noon; *Traditional Ghanaian durmming, beginning Feb 27 11 am; Balkan nusic, beginning Feb 26 7; Classical Indian singing, beginning Feb 21 3pm; *Caribbean drumming, beginning Feb 20 2; *African guitar, beginning Feb 20 11 am; *Cuban music, beginning Feb 20 2; *Harmonic overtone, singing, March 7 & 28 2pm; *Steel pan, beginning Feb 20 1 Oam; *Canadian fiddling, beginning Feb 21 2pm; *Bamileke, beginning Feb 20 11 am. All workshops take place at Hart House except Traditional Ghanaian drumming & Steelpan. For more information and fees, call 966-4447. Patrons ofWisdom 21 Pekao Gallery 21 Performing Arts York Region 19 Planetary Works Productions 25 Redeemer Lutheran Church 13, 20 River Run Centre a3 Rosedale Concerts 28 Rosedale United Church 28 Roy Thomson Hall3, 4, 6, 11~13, 23, 25-27,29-31, a3, a7 Roy Thomson Hall Volunteers 5, 12, 19,26 Royal Bank Theatre 12 Royal Conservatory of Music 5,. 20, 22,26 Royal Ontario Museum 14 Saint Thomas's Church 5, 7 Salon des Refuses 14 Sanderson Centre 3, 22 Sanderson Centre for the Performing Arts/Wilfrid Laurier U 23 TORONTo's ONLY COMPREHENSIVE CLASSICAL & CONTEMPORARY CONCERT LISTING SOURCE Scarborough Philharmonic 6 Seeley Hall, Trinity College 2 Seneca College 28 Sounds of Downtown Jazz Series 22 St Andrews United Church 25 St Anne's Anglican 7, 21, a2 St George the Martyr Church 5, 14 StJohn's West Toronto 6 St Patrick's Church 27 St Paul's Anglican 4, 6, 11, 18, 25, a2 St Paul's United Church 12 St Peter's Anglican C~urch 19 StThomas Anglican Church 21 Studio Theatre, Ford Centre 14, 21 Sunderland HaliiO, 17 Symphony Hamilton 27 Tafelmusik 24-28 Tallis Choir 27 Taylor Pla9e 17 Te Deum Orch. and Singers 19, 20 The Aldeburgh Connection 7 Thornhill Presbyterian Church 19 Tivoli Renaissance Project a1· , Tivoli Theatre 27 Toronto Children's Chorus 5, 7 Toronto Consort 5 · Toronto Early Music Centre 14 Toronto Heliconian Club 28 Toronto Latvi'an Concert Ass. 21 Toronto Mendelssohn Choir a2 Toronto Mendelssohn Youth Choir 6 Toronto Opera Repertoire 10, 11 Toronto Sinfonietta 7 Toronto Symphony Orchestra 3, 4, 6, 11-13,25,27,29-31, a3, a7 Toronto Theatre Organ Society/ Kiwanis Club ofCasa Lorna 1 Toronto Welsh Male Voice Choir 6 Toronto Woodwinds 25 Trinity College 24 Trinity-St. Paul's 5, 13, 24-29 U ofT Scarborough Campus 16, 21, 28 University of Guelph School of Art, Drama & Music 6, 9, 14, 21, 30 University of Toronto Centre for Russian Studies 2 University of Toronto Faculty of Music 3-6, 10, 11, 16, 17, 19, 21, 25, 26, 28-a1, a7 University ofToronto Wind Symphony & Concert Band 27 University Settlement Music & Arts SchoolS Victoria-Royce Presbyterian 13 Village Playhouse 5 Visual & Performing Arts Newmarket28 Walter Hi!ll3, 4, 7, 10, 11, 16-19, 21, 25, 26, 28, 30-a1, a7 West Hill United Concert Series 7 Willowdale United Church 6, 27 Winter Garden Theatre aS Women's Art Association 7 Women's Musical Club ofToronto 18 York Symphony Orchestra 27, 28 York University Dept of Music 10, 11, 17, 18, 23-26, 28-31 York Wo

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