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Volume 5 Issue 2 - October 1999

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Toronto's only comprehensive monthly classical and contemporary concert listing source Volumell#1 October 1 to November 7 1999 Copyright CC> 1999 PerPul Proze, 60 Bellevue Ave. Toronto ON M5T 2N4 Publisher: Allan Pulker Editor: David Perlman Ustlngs Editor: Simone Desilets Production Manager: Bernard Martin Layout & Design: David Perlman and Michael Busija Photography: Michael Shaw Advertising: Allan Pulker, Ray Stevens, Lorna Griffin Contributing Writers: Choral: Larry Beckwith Bandstand: John McGuigan, Merlin Williams New Music: David Parsons, Jazz: Jim Galloway Music Theatre: Sarah B. Hood Features: Allan Pulker, David Olds How to reach us Adv8111s/ng, membelshlps and //stings: Phone: 416-406-6758; Fax: 416-463-2165 Editorial: Phone: 416-603-3786; Fax: 416-603-3787 Email: infoQthewholenote.com Publication Date Next issue: Wednesday October 27 (covering November 1 to December 7 1999) Deadline for free listings: 6 pm Friday October 15 Advertising reservations: 6 pm Monday October 18 Subscriptions 1 year + GST Printing by New Concept Circulation: 25,000 the who/enote® is a kmDRUMPublication. CANADIAN PUBLICATIONS MAIL PRODUCT SALES AGREEMENT 1263846 Academy Concert Series 35 Aldeburgh Connection • • 45 · All the King's Voices • • 25 Amati ............. 43 Amici • • • • • • • • • • • • • 41 Belladonna • • • • • • • • • • 41 Blanche Fernandes • • • • 55 Cadmus Communications . 13 Canadian Music Centre 9,26 Canadian Music Competitions • • • • • . • 43 CBC OnStage • • • • • • • 46 Christ Church Deer Park 35 Church of St. Mary Magadalene, Gallery Choir 24 CJRT • • • • • • • • • . • • • 28 Classical 96 • • • • • • . • • 8 Claviers Baroques • 13, 40 Creative Artists Productions ••••• 23, 55 David Tamblyn • • • • • . 13 This month's cover Allan Pulker profiles Sinfonia Toronto's Nurhan Arman "Starting this orchestra keeps my mind occupied, because it is a lot of work. There are six subscription concerts on top of what I am already doing. I have to conduct 14 subscription programs this season in Canada alone. It keeps me going. " See page 12 Debut Designs • • • . • • . 55 Dr. David Roe • • • • • • • 53 Duo L'lntemporel • • • • • 46 Elora Festival Singers • • 23 Esprit Orchestra • • • • • • • 7 Etobicoke Community Concert Band . • • • • • 39 Exultate Chamber Singers 24 Faculty of Music • • 33, 35 Frank Farkas • • • • • • . • 53 Gary Ray Rush • • . • • • 14 Gemstone Records ••.• 14 lain Scott • • • • . • • • • • 30 Kristina A. Beaubien . • • 55 Lakeshore Arts •.••••. 42 Landsman, Orloff, Turini 37 Lawrence Park Community Church • • 39 Leaside Concert Series • 35 Music at Metropolitan 34,45 Mikrokosmos • . • • . • • • 53 Montgomery Sound • • • • 14 INDEX OF ADVERTISEJkS Mooredale Concerts • • • 40 Music Gallery • • • • • • • • 27 Music Toronto • • 11,38,44 Music Umbrella ••••••• 44 Naxos Records • • . • • • • 6 New Music Concerts • • 2, 3 N. Toronto Institute of Music • • • • 55 Off Centre • • • • • • • 34,45 Opera Anonymous and Tryptych Productions 31 Orchestras Canada • • • • 11 Orion House/ Golden Moments • • • • 31 Orpheus Choir • • • • • • • 25 Patris •••••••••••••• 13 Peter Chandler Luthier • . 6 Remenyi I The Opera Store 9 Robert Lowrey's Piano Experts • • • • • • • 5 Sarah Beaton . • • • • • • • 16 Serenade Music • • • • • • 33 Editor's Choice "Diverse Pleasures" Esprit Orchestra Tuesday October 19th Jane Mallett Theatre Just before press time, WholeNote learned that Toronto-based composer Alexina Louie (left) ~ has just been announced !Z as this years recipient of the eJ ·Jules Leger Prize · S:l for New Chamber Music. j "' Louie was chosen for z her composition "Nightfall", ~ and, rising to the occasion, § the Esprit Orchestra has added B a performance of this prize-winning > work to their October concert, after ~ which Alexina Louie will !:!l receive the award. 8 See Hear & Now, page 26 Contents Concert notes 6, 8 Our Members Write 10 Etcetera File 10 The season ahead: Part 2 More member profiles 16-22, 48-52 Choral Scene Larcy Beckwith 23 Hear and Now David Parsons 26 Jazz Notes Jim Galloway 28 Bandstand Merlin Williams 28 Music Theatre Sarah B. Hood 30 Music Theatre Listings 30-32 Comprehensive Concert Listings 33-47 Musician in our Midst John Beclrn'ith by David 0/ds 53 Index of presenters and venues 54 U nclassifieds 54, 55 Sinfonia Toronto ..• 42, 43 Sound Barrier .•••.••• 42 Sound Post • . • • • • . . • 13 The Audio Group •••••• 13 The Music Chamber . • • 16 Toronto Children's Chorus 25 Toronto Mendelssohn Choir • • • • • . back cover Toronto Sinfonietta • • . 44 Toronto Welsh Male Voice Choir • • 25 Tryptych Productions •• 43 University Settlement House Music & Art School . • . . 24 Via Salzburg • . • . . • . • . 38 Violin lessons ••.••... 39 VocaiPoint Chamber Choir 24 Wiltowdale Presbyterian Church • • 15 WindowNet • • . . . • . . • 12 Women's Musical Club of Toronto ..•.• 36

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