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Volume 5 Issue 2 - October 1999

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  • Toronto
  • October
  • Theatre
  • Choir
  • Symphony
  • Orchestra
  • Arts
  • Concerts
  • Musical
  • November

Choral Scene, ...

Choral Scene, ... continued very special part of the Toronto . Children's Chorus organization, making sure that the smaller ~hildren have a good grounding m the basics of music-making and have fun at the same time. bTHER HIGHLIGHTS On October 26, the Toronto Mendelssohn Choir and the Toronto Mendelssohn Youth Choir combine for a performance 'of St. Paul by their patron composer, Felix Mendelssohn, all under the direction of Noel Edison in the grand old Massey Hall. For the choral music lover with catholic tastes, a trip to York University is in order on October 27 for AcappeUafest, featuring Wibijazz'n, Cadence, Retro City and the marvelous Hampton Avenue. On the 28th, the CBC presents Alexander Dobson in recital at the Glenn Gould Studio. Alex is an alumnus of the Toronto. Children's Chorus and the Ontario Youth Choir who is forging an impressive solo career. Admission is free. I urge you to go, if only to say you heard him when., .. The Exultate Chamber Singers present some substantial choral works of the early to mid 20th century on October 30, including a performance of the Hymn to St. Cecilia by Benjamin Britten. Looking into the first week of November, I am really looking forward to Tafelmusik's performances of King Arthur, Henry Purcell's celebrated yet infrequently performed masterpiece. This is a difficult piece to perform because it's a "semiopera". comprised of almost University Settlement Music & Arts School 23 Grange Rd (Dundas and McCaul-near the AGO) Since 1921 providing quality programs at affordable rates, all ages, levels and styles Individual lessons on 17 instruments and voice Group classes in dance, art and pre-school music Subsidies available for low-income families For information and registration call Annette or Julie at 598-3444 VocalPoint Chamber Choir Ian Grundy, Conductor F AIRE Is THE HEAVEN Mas~ in g minor - Vaughan Williams Three Latin Motets - Stanford Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence - Bairstow Behold the Tabernacle - Willan Faire Is The Heaven - Harris SATURDAY NOVEMBER 6, J999- 8:0 Church of the Holy Trinity Toronto Eaton Cef!t.re c''iFW: A¥(' equal part spoken and sung words. The Tafelmusik performances will include all the music and narration, so the audience can keep up with the story. Some of Purcell's best-loved songs - Fairest Isle, How Blest are Shepherds - appear in King Arthur, and it's also full of gorgeous ensembles and instrumental dance music. It's a mustsee. CoMPETITION Choirs Ontario is now accepting applications for the Leslie Bell Competition for choral conductors (35 years of age and under) and the Ruth Watson Henderson Choral Composition Competition (all ages). And, as always, we would welcome your membership in our rapidly-growing organization. For a low annual fee you will receive our newsletter, Dynamic, and have access to our considerable support material. For information please call our office at 923-1144. (Larry Beckwith is the General Manager of Choirs Ontario) The Gallery Choir of the Church of St. Mary Magdalene Allelyua Psallat jubilee Concert with guest organist Dr. Giles Bryant performing work by Bwctthudt, Rlxinhcrgtr, & Wi/Jan choral 'W

CHOFaLGeiDS To crown rue C~rlTUIT Frostiana - Randall Thompson Peaceable KingdoB1 .~. Randall ~ompson Alleluia - Ra:,_dallJ1}oli!pson • .. U.St Words ofDavi~/ R;indall Thompson The Spell ofTimeslongPast7 Nancy Telfer A .Ceremony of~ls - Benj~kiri Britten Fantasia on Christmas Carols - R. Vaughan Williams Christmas Day- Gustav Holst Chrillbn~ Cantata -Felix Mendelssohn · Weihnachtslamtate - Felix Mendelssohn Requiem - john !'.utter Solemn Vespers - WolfgangAlnadeus Mozart Psalm 4~ - Felix Mendelssohn · Celtic Mass for tlulSea - Scott Macmillan Rivcl'dance gbor.-lSelections - Bill Whelan Brainerd Blyden-Taylor- conductor Tickets: $'10 ( seniors & studel1ts) Season Subscription: (o seniors & students) 0EaoN}o The Toronto, Welsh Male Voice Choir Saturday, October 23 at 7:30p.m. Islington United Church 25 Burnhamthorpe Road The choir and soloist Bruce Schaef perform hymns born of the collieries (Welsh coal mines) and valleys of Wales. Canadian and American folk songs and spiriruals rotu1d out their repertoire. Tickets and Info ROYAL BANK FINANCIAL GROUP Autumn ArtsFest 621-FEST (621-3378) ""''""''rARTS ETOBJCOKE October 21st to October 3 lit ' ildren 1 S Chorus Bartle, C.M., O.Ont. Founder/Music Director 1999-2000 SEASON HIGHLIGHTS Roots and Wings SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1999, AT 3:00PM BETH TIKVAH SYNAGOGUE, 3080 BAYVIEW SYRACUSE CHILDREN'S CHORUS, guests A concert of Jewish music featuring the premiere of Srullrving Glick's PS.A.LM TRJLOCY A Chorus Christmas SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1999, AT 7:30PM ROY THOMSON HALL (416·593·4828) JU!JYLO\W'.I,harp; BMRLEYPHN»O\I,,oorusshl 400 Chorus voices resound in Derek Holman's Sir Christemas & contemporary Canadian carols International Conductors Concert SUNDAY, APRIL 16, 2000, AT 2:00PM STJAMES CATHEDRAL, 65 CHURCH LOS ANGELES CHILDREN'S CHORUS, guests SIR DAVID WILLCOCKS, guest conductor Conductors' Symposium delegates direct choral treasures of Bach, Mozart, Faure, Halley & Willcocks Spring into Song! SATURDAY, MAY 6, 2000, AT 7:30PM FORD CENTRE FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS CATHERINE ROBBIN, mezzo-soprano New music for the ages! Featuring premieres of John Greer's THE BEGINNING OF THE WORLD and Chan Ka Nin's CARlA'S POEMS SUBSCRIBE NOW! Call416·932·8666 :A{{ 11ie X inn's 'Voices .Jtuditions fur clioristers and" section feadS With Mooredale Orchestra and soloists Metropolitan United Church Sunday, November 21, 1999 3:00p.m. CfjristmaSing '99 Carols from around th~ world Catch a Song and Sing along Willowdale United Church Sunday, December 19, 1999 8:00p.m. Celebrate our Multiculturalism Willowdale United Church Saturday, May 6, 2000 8:00p.m. .Jt.l[ '11ie Xine's 'Voices 349 Kenneth Avenue North York, Ontario M2N 3V9 ~( 416) 225-CALL (2255) email: allthekingsvoices@homepage.com web site: allthekingsvoices.homepage.com/index.html

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