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Volume 5 Issue 4 - December 1999/January 2000

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  • Toronto
  • December
  • Theatre
  • Choir
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~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~·~ .... cft1e-,~ers w.-ae liidetera file MEMBERS' NEWS, DECEMBER/JANUARY IDGH PARK CHOIRS OF TORONTO ~BC Open House has invited the Chamber Choir to sing two numbers on their live Radio One Show at the CBC Building, ~50 Front Street West, on December 10, 1999. ~ . • KIWANIS MUSIC FESTIVAL The 57th annual Kiwanis Music Festival of Greater Toronto fk February 5-19, with over 3,500 entries (32,000 individual participants) in 500 classes at more than 20 venues across Toronto. Admission is free. For daily schedule information, please call Pam Allen, Festival Coordinator, at (416) 487- 5885. , MUSIC AT METROPOLITAN New CDs: Sounds of the Soul featuring Patricia Wright on Metropolitan's 5-manual Casavant organ including works by , ~ach, Bales, Bedard, Franck, Guilmant; and Touch the hem of his garment with Choir, Silver Band and soloists in music from Renaissance to 20th century. Each , postage/ Handling. Call Metropolitan United Church, (416)363-0331. ' NEW WHOLENOTE MEMBERS And a warm WholeNote welcome to our five newest members: Annex Singers; Russian Musical Heritage Series; Te Deum Orchestra & Singers; the Victoria Scholars and Toronto Choral Society. OJi•T 1>0 IT YO"U::B..SELF! ANNOUNCEMENTS December 3 7:30: Montgomery's Inn. Family Christmas Sing-Along. Led by Michel Allard, music teacher at Marvin Heights Public School. 4709 Dundas St. West. 394-8113. ,(ages 3-12) (advance registration recommended). December 8 12:30: GTA Music Co-ordinators-Coalition for Music Education in Canada invites all tuba or euphonium players to the 8th annual Christmas Tuba Festival & Choir Singalong. Nathan Phillips Square, 100 Queen St. W. Registration by December 3. 222-8282 ext.2543. December 12 2:00: Winter in the City 1999. Holiday Big Band Dance. Afternoon of golden oldies & Big Band classics. North York Civic Centre, 5100 Yonge St. 395-7350. Free. February 5 2:00: Soundstreams Canada. Open Rehearsal with Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir, Tonu Kaljuste, conductor. St. Patrick's Church, 137 McCaul St. 504-7529. (door) or free w. ticket to Feb 4 or 6 concert. February 5 7:30: Toronto English Dancers. An Elegant NORTH TORONTO INSTITUTE OF MUSIC • Private instruction • Instrument rentals • Theory classes • Start any time 550 Eglinton Avenue East 416.4882588 1\ cs Madness. Evening assembly with musical accompaniment at the ball by The Rakes ofHogtown histori« music ensemble, playing the instruments of the era. Formal attire. Seeley Hall, 6 Hoskin Ave. 740-1834. . ARRAYMUSIC is now accepting applications for the 1999/ 2000 Young Composers' Workshop competition, to take place May 3 through May 28, 2000. Deadline for submissions: December 1, 1999. 532-3019. Coro San Marco invites those interested in music, art or history to participate through research & performances in their new project: a collection of items describing the experience of Italian immigrants through music, poetry & visilal arts. For info & interviews, please contact Cristina Enrietti: 416-925-8570. Mississauga Arts Council is seeking nominations from the community for the 2000 Mississauga Arts Awards, an annual celebration of artistic excellence in Mississauga. Categories available: theatre, music, dance, literary & visual arts. Deadline for nominations: December 15, 1999. Phone: 905- 615-4278; fax: 905-615-4171. LECTURES December 7 12:00 noon: U ofT Faculty of Music Alumni Association - Music Alumni Guest Speaker Series. Music Education Perspectives. Guest: Gino Falconi, retired Coordinator of Music with the Toronto Board of Education. Room 330, Edward Johnson Bldg. Free. December 9 7:30: U ofT Bookstore Series. Music to our Let CADMUS Communications handle media publicity for your next concert ... so you can concentrate on making music. Previous clients include Carlbana, first Night, Mayworks, John Alcorn, Lillian Allen, the Nathaniel Dett Chorale and Song Cycles (Toronto's choir on bikes). ei ~~AL CoNSERVATORY of MUSIC VOICE TEACHER For The RCM Community School in Toronto and Mississauga, to teach private lessons for ail ages and levels. , Qualifications: M. Mus degree or equivalent training or career experience. Experience with repertoire and methods appropriate for young students will be an asset Please direct your reswne by December 13, 1999 h>: Human Resources, The Royal Conservatory of Music, 273 Bloor St W. Toronto, ON MSS 1W2 Fax: 416-408-3096 The RCM thad

ears: An evening with Isaac Stem. Renowned violinist reads from & discusses his new autobiography My First 79 Years. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park. 978-7993. ,. December 12 ·6:30: -Brott Autumn Festival. Frederic and Georges. Dr. Alan Walker looks at the tempestuous relationship between Chopin & Georges Sand. - Royal Botanical Gardens, Hamilton. 905-525-7664. . ETCETERA FILE continues on page 61 S a 1t a b B e a T o n N s v M. B. sc. FmesT QMab:'l)' Hand C~tap:ed Vzolzns. Vzolas & Cellos call. fOR appourrmenr Grandest Holiday String Music Sale in the City! Semon's GreetingJ.fmm Shar Music- Toromo. Cnnndns Finest String Shop. Wishing you a semon of music and joy. Les sa!utatiom de Ia saison de Shar Mwique- Toronto. L'entreprise de Ia rnusique Ia plus fine du Canada vous soubaitant une saison de Ia musique et de In joie. Lowest ever sale prices for December and very special in-store discounts! Special priced outfits, bows and cases. 20% off all sheet music. 10% off all strings and more. Free giveaways with certain purchases! Best time all year to buy' Be sure to visit us this season! Open Mon. -Sat. 9-6 Thurs. until 8 pm. Call for special holiday hours. Phone/Fax 416 533 5844 e-mail:sarabton@interlog.com -http://www.interlog.com/-sarabton/ 26 Cumberland. lnd Floor. TeL 1-416-960-8494 Frcc Parking! JOHN FERTH Recorder Center sheet music - recorders 984 Dovercourt Rd. Toronto, Ont. M6H 2X5 (416) 534-7931 everything for the recorder player David TmYiblyVI 14 Fifth Steeet To•'o"to 1 sla"d O,taeio Ca,ada M s:J 2B9 T e l: 4 ·16 203 0789 6-xq ... isite Bows H a,dmade ;, the F Makers of fine historical keyboard instruments (416) 538-3062 www.mterlog.com/- hpschdl ~~ tfie souni post Canada's String Shop violins, violas, cellos & bows expert repairs & rehairs strings & accessories at guaranteed lowest prices Canada's largest stock of string music fast mail order service all prices in CDN $ - Not a US $ price in the store! 93 Grenville St., Toronto MSS 1B4 tel (416) 971-6990 fax (416) 597-9923

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