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Volume 5 Issue 4 - December 1999/January 2000

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. ,, l always, we make every effort to ensure accuracy. But ... happen (strikes, plagues ... ), plans change. So, please the numbers provided to phone ahead. Also please note: the first performance of Music Theatre Listings is included • ip these Daily Listings. For a complete run, runs already in progress and detailed schedules, please see our Music Theatre listings, on page 38-41 . Wednesday Dec 01 *:* 12:00 noon: University of Toronto Faculty of Music. World of Music. World Music Ensemble. Japanese drumming, African drumming & dancing, Balinese Gamelan. Main Lobby, 80 Queens Park Crase. 978- 3744. Free. * * 12:30 & 8:00: York University Dept. of Music. Vocal & Instrumental Student Chamber Ensembles. Directed by Patricia Wait, Barbara Ackerman, Vic Bland, Albert Greer, Brian Katz & others. Mclaughlin Performance Hall, 050 Mclaughlin College, 4 700 Keele St. 736-5186. Free. * * 1 2:30: Yorkminater Park Church. Noonday Recital. Michael Bloss, organ. 1.585 Yonge St. 922-1167. Free. 6:00: Artword Theatre. Rush Hour Concert with the Amati Quartet: The Snow Queen. Story set to music by Cardy; Angela Fusco, narrator. 75 Portland St. 408-1146. .50 (includes refreshments) (group rates). * * 8:00: Aldeburgh Connection/ U of T Faculty of Music. Young Artists Recital. Kaferina Tchoubar, soprano; Michele Bogdanowicz, mezzo; Stephen Ralls & Bruce Ubukata, pianists. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park. 686-5795. 0,(sr/st). **8:00: Ford Centre for the Performing Arts. Chanticleer. Christmas music from the Renaissance to contemporary carols & spirituals. 7:00: Pre­ Concert Talk w'ith members of Chanticleer. George Weston Recital Hall, 5040 Yonge St. 870-8000. to . * *8:00: Humber Music Jazz Series. Trish Colter's Vocal Jazz .Ensemble; Alastair Kay's Big Band. Humber College Lakeshore Auditorium, 31 99 Lakeshore Blvd. West. 675- 6622 ext.3427. ,. **8:00: Roy Thomson Hall. Chava Alberstein & The Klezmatics. Music set to the words of Yiddish poets. 60 Simcoe. 872-4255. .50 to .50: * *8:00: Royal Conservatory of Music Glenn Gould Professional School. Pan Dreams. Music by Hue; Del Tredici, Weber, Schulhoff, Debussy & Parker. Kathleen Rudolph, flute; Dianne Werner, piano; Steven Dann, viola; Joel Quarrington, bass. Ettore Mazzoleni Concert Hall, 273 Bloor St. West. 408-2824 ext.321. ,. * *8:00: York University Dept. of Music. Jazz Faculty Concert. Don Thompson, bass; Barry Elmes, drums; Lorne Lofsky, ~ guitar; Mike Murley, saxophone; Mike Malone, trumpet; Mark Eisenman, piano. Junior Common Room, Mclaughlin College, 4 700 Keele St. 736-5186. Free. Thursday Dec 02 The Glenn Gould Professional School of The ROYAL CONSERVATORY of MUSIC Ctmtultt 's National Mu.\·ic Sclwol Concerts (Dec 1999- Jan 2000) December 1, 1999, 8 pm- Glenn Gould Artist Series "Pan Dreams" Kathleen Rudolph, flute I Steven Dann, viola I Joel Quarrington, bass I Dianne Werner, piano. Music by Hue, Del Tredici, Weber, Schulhoff, Debussy and Parker . Ettore Mazzoleni Concert Hall, The Royal Conservatory of Music. Tickets: , (- students & seniors) December 11, 1999, 7:30pm- Young Artists PBformance Academy Series Schubert Symphony No. 3 I Mozart Divertimento I Saint-Sa!ns "Carnival of the Animals". Rennie Regehr (conductor), Andrew Aarons & Christopher Miranda (pianos). Ettore Mazzoleni Concert Hall, The Royal Conservatory of Music. Tickets: , ($S- students & seniors) December 13, 1999, 8 pm- The Glenn Gould Professional School Choir Ettore Mazzoleni Concert Hall, The Royal Conservatory of Music. Tickets: , ($S- students & seniors) January 13, 2000, 8 pm - Glenn Gould Artist Series "Song and Dance" Anita Krause, mezzo-soprano I Erika Raum, violin I Rennie Regehr, viola I Vernon Regehr, cello I Jenny Regehr, piano. Brahms: Songs for Alto, Viola and Piano, Opus 91; Vier Emste GesAnge, Opus 121; Piano Quartet in g minor, Opus 2S. Ettore Mazzoleni Concert Hall, The Royal Conservatory of Music. Tickets: SIS, (- students & seniors) Call : 416-408-2824 x 321 for tickets or a complete 1999-2000 season brochure * * 1 2:00 noon: CBC Radio Two Music Around Us. Jeanie Chung, piano. Works by Bach, Shostakovich, Chopin, Debussy & Rachmaninov. Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front St. West. 205-5555. Free. * * 1 2:00 noon: Hart House Music Committee. Midday Mosaic. Beverly Lewis, piano; Donald Boere, oboe. Music Room, 7 Hart House Circle. 978-5362. Free. * * 12:00 noon: St. Paul's Bloor Street. Noon Hour Organ Recital. Eric Robertson, organ. 227 Bloor St. E. 961-811 6. Free. * * 1 2:00 noon: University of Toronto Faculty of Music. Thursday Noon Series: Sea Voyage with Pigs: Enigma in Chopin's Preludes Op.28. Lecture Recital by William Aide. Walter Hall, 80 Queens Park Cresc. 978-3744. Free. * * 12:30: York University Dept. of Music. Piano Marathon. Students from the studios of Christina Petrowska & Antonin Kubalek. Mclaughlin Performance Hall, 050 Mclaughlin College, 4 700 Keele St. 736- 5186. Free. * * 5 :00: York University Dept. of Music. Jazz Combos. Student ensembles directed by Phil Dwyer, Mark Eisenman, Barry Elmes, Frank Falco, Bobby Fenton & others. Junior Common Room, Mclaughlin College, 4 700 Keele St. 736-5186. Free. * * 8:00: ARRAYMUSIC/The Theatre Centre. Eros2. World premiere works by Aplin & Gzowski, Duncanson & Cadesky, Miller & Paivio. Theatre Centre, 1 032 Queen St. West. 538-0988. ,: For complete run see Music Theatre listings. * * 8:00: Ford Centre for the Performing Arts. Klezmer Conservatory Band. George Weston Recital Hall, 5040 Yonge St. 870-8000. to . **8:00: Hart House Music Committee. Hart House Orchestra. Dvorak: Symphony #8; Prokofiev: Violin Concerto #2; Friedman: Romanze; Nicolai: Overture to the Merry Wives of Windsor. Dr. Errol Gay & Ann Cooper Gay, conductors. 7 Hart House Circle. 978-2452. * * 8:00: I FURIOSI Baroque Ensemble. Ne/ Primer Parente. Linda Melsted & Julia Wedman, violins; Kathleen Kajioka, viola; Felicity Deak, cello; Gabrielle Mclaughlin, soprano; Kevin Skelton, tenor. Knox College Chapel, 59 St. George. 252- 8740. ,. * * 8:00: Markham Theatre. Nat/Janie/ Deft Chorale with Joe Sealy. Afro-centric music ranging from classical to

spiritual, gospel, jazz, folk & Heritage). Advance registration blues. 171 Town Centre Blvd. recommended. 905-305-7469. . • *8:00: Amici. Poulenc: Sonata • *8:00: Massey Hall. Colours tor clarinet & pian9; Honegger: of Christmas. Peabo Bryson, Sonatina for violin & cello; James Ingram, Dionne Warwick, · Saint-Saens: Carnival of the Deniece Williams, gospel chqir & Animals; works by Milhaud, full orchestra. Greatest hits and Somers & Debussy. Peter . holiday favourites. 15 Shuter St. Tiefenbach, piano & narrator; 872-4255. .50 to .50. Susan Hoeppner, flute; Mark **8:00: Toronto Symphony Fewer & Mi Hyon Kim, violins; Orchestra. Ridout: Two Etudes; Steven Dann, viola & other Mozart: Violin Concerto #5 in A performers. Glenn Gould Studio, K.219 Turkish; Elgar (completed 250 Front St. West~ 205-5555. Payne): Symphony #3 (Canadian ,(sr),(st). premiere). Pamela Frank, violin; • *8:00: Deer Park Concerts. Sir Andrew Davis, conductor. Christmas Music. Distler: The Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe · Christmas Story; Messiaen: La St. 593-4828. to . Nativite; carols. Albert Greer, _ ' Friday Dec 03 tenor; Deer Park Vocal Ensem­ -ble; Patricia Wright, organ; William Wright, director. Deer ' ' Park Church, 129 St. Clair Ave. **12:00 noon: Roy Thomson West. 962-3381.,. Hall Volunteers. Bring Your Own • *8:00: Duo L'lntemporel. Lunch Concert. Duo Boheme, Tesori Musicali. Music by Corelli, flute & guitar. 60 Simcoe St. Veracini, Locatelli & Handel. 593-4822 ext.363. Free. Myl(~ne Guay, baroque flute; * • 7:30: IMAGISCAPE Theatre David Sandall, harpsichord: Productions. The Child is Kimbourne Park Church, 200 Coming. Carlynn Reed, playwright & director; John Botten, , O(under 16 free). Wolverleigh Blvd. 657-0076. composer & musical director; • *8:00: Elmer lseler Singers. Melodia de Almeida, piano; Don Handel· Messiah. Leslie Fagan, Bowman, Freda Coulter & other soprano; Sandra Graham, alto; performers. Markham Baptist Mark DuBois, tenor; Mark Church. 905-51 3-61 22. Pedrotti, bass; Elmer lseler 0,,. For complete run Singers; Toronto Senior Strings; see Music Theatre listings. Michael Bloss, organ; Lydia • *7:30: Montgomery's Inn. Adams, conductor. St. James Christmas Sing-A-Long. Instrumental solos & audience 0537. , (st/sr). Cathedral, 65 Church St. 21 7- participation. Michel Allard, guitar/piano/percussion. 4 709 Dundas St. West. 394-8113. ; (friends of Etobicoke's • *8:00: Etobicoke Musical Productions. A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. Music & lyrics by CANADA'S PERFORMING ARTS POWERHOUSE UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO Faculty of Music Friday, D·ecember 3, 1999 • . 8 pm •.:MacMillan Theatre WINo SYMPHONY & CONCERT'-BANi\ . Orff • •McBeth • de Meij • lrvii'Je • Reed • Leemans . Wednesday, December 8, I 999 • 8 •pm • Walter Hall .A 'TIWSl.JTE TO TRUDY DESMOND u of T's awdrlt2winning jqzz vocalists c~lebrate the legacy pf Trudy Desmpni* Friday, December 10, 1999 • 8 pm • MacMillan Theatre U OF-T SYMPHONY. ORCHESTRA ·& CHOIRS boreen Rao & Wayne Strongman, Conduct ors Po~:~tenc • Honegger • Faure'• Debussy S.~'turday,_ December I I , I 999 • 8' pm • Waiter Hall if OF T CHAMBER ORCHESTRA Raffl Ar~enlan, M~slc Director & Conductor • Scott St. John, Violin Bach • Mozart • Beethoven Friday, January 21, 2000 • 8 pm' • Walter Hall Faculty Artist Series WILLIAM AIDE, PIANO Brahms & Beethoven HARRY .;;IVIIVIIOI'< .. Etching {from the Picasso for unaccompanied flute DEBUSSY Syrinx for unaccompanied flute SAINT-SAENS Carnival of the Animals far two pianos, narrator and chamber ensemble Friday, january 28, 2000 • 8 pm • MacMillan Theatre U OFT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Raffi Armenian, Music Director & Conductor Hlndemith • Shostakovich • Brahms Saturday, january 29, 2000 • 8 pm • MacMillan Theatre WIND SYMPHONY & CONCERT BAND Featuring student soloists ~ BOX OFFICE: 416-978-3744 .$. V1sa &. M astercard accepted

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