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Volume 5 Issue 6 - March 2000

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Tchaikovsky: 1812

Tchaikovsky: 1812 Overture; music for orchestra & brass band. Hannaford Street Silver Band; Michael Reason, conductor. Hamilton Place, 1 Summers lane. 905-526-6556. to , to (sr/st). Saturday March 11 • • 8:00: Bach Elgar Choir. In Every Corner Sing. Vaughan Williams: Five Mystical Songs; Bach: Cantata #82; Rachmaninoff: liturgy of St. John Chrysostom. Michael Donovan, baritone; string orchestra; Philip Sarabura, artistic director. Westdale United Church, 99 North Oval, Hamilton. 905-527-5995. ,. Saturday March 1 8 • • 8 :00: Monum~ntal Chqrd Company. Encore Plus. North Metro Chorus; MegaCity Chorus; Stoney Creek Barbershoppers. Great Hall, Hamilton Place, 1 Summers l ane. 905-549-5736. . Wednesday March 22 • • 8 :00: Theatre Aquarius. The Last Resort. Musical com.edy by Norm Foster & leslie Arden. 1 90 King William Street, Hamilton. 905-522- 7529. to . For complete run see Music Theatre listings. Friday March 24 • • 8:00: Victoria Hall Concert Hall, Cobourg. Words and Music 2000:The Turn of the Lasf .Century. Musical hits of the 1 900 era. Blair McFadden & Christine Vanderbank, vocalists. 55 King Street West, Cobourg. 905-372-2210. .50. • • 8:15: Te Deum Orchestra & Singers. Lo, the Winter is Past. Works by Birney-Smith, Gibbons, Willan, Birney-Smith & McFerrin; plainchant. Te Deum S ingers; Richard Birney-Smith, artistic director. 8:00: Chat from the stage. Christ's Church Cathedral, 252 James St. North, Hamilton. 905-628-4533/1- 800-2'63-0320. , (sr/ . st),(child). Saturday March 25 •• 7:30: Cantabile Chorale/ Music Makers of Cobourg. Sing Spirit, Sing/ Rutter: Magnificat; spirituals. Robert Richardson, artistic director/conductor; Ethel Briggs & lona Richardson, accompanists. St'. Peter's Anglican, Cobourg. 905-731- 831 8 . $ 1 2, (children under 12 free). · • • 8:00: Renaissance Singers. Happy Birthday Johann. Bach: Magnificat; Cantata #1; Singet dem Herrn. Mary Enid Haines, soprano; Matthew White, countertenor; Brian Emery, tenor; Frederic Julien, bass; Waterloo Chamber Players·. Richard Cunningham, music director. St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, 54 Queen St. North, Kitchener. 519-745- 0675.,, (children 12 & 'under). · * * 8:00: Symphony Hamilton. The Dance. Strauss: Overture to Die Fledermaus; Gluck: Dance of the Blessed Spirits; Weinzweig: Ballet Suite from the Red Ear of Corn; Beethoven: Symphony #7. Nancy Hennen, flute; James R. McKay, conductor. 7:15: Preconcert chat with James McKay. Tivoli Theatre, 1 08 James St. North, Hamilton. 905-526- 6690. ,(sr'/st), (child under 12). * * 8:00: Victoria Hall Concert Hall, Cobourg. Words and Music 2000: The Turn of the Last Century. See March 24. Sunday March 26 * • 2:00: Lindsay Concert Foundation. Duke Trio. Mark Fewer, violin; Thomas Wiebe, cello; Peter Longworth, piano. Frost Theatre, Sir Sandford Fleming College, lindsay. 705- 328-0587. , . Friday March 31 • • 8 :00: Baroque Players of Hamilton. Bach's Lunch. Bach: preludes & fugues; solo & trio sonatas; excerpts from the cantatas & other music. Carolyn Sinclair, soprano; Julie Baumgartel, violin; Alison Melville & Colin Savage, recorders; Michael Jarvis, harpsichord; Margaret Gay, cello. St. Joseph's Church, 260 Herkimer Street, Hamilton. 905- 528-3550. ,. Saturday April 01 • • 1 :00: Sanderson Centre/ Stage Right Productions. Alice Through the Looking Glass. Family musical. 88 Dalhousie St. Brantford. 1-800-265-0710 . 5(adult), O(ch ild) . • * 8:00: Opera Ontario. Gounod: Faust. Guy Belanger, Stephen West, Wendy Nielsen & other performers; Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra; Angelo · Cavallaro, conductor. Great Hall, Hamilton Place, 1 Summers • Lane. 905-526-6556; 1-800- 575-1381. to . For complete run see Music Theatre listings. Friday April 07 * • 2:00 & 8:00: Sanderson Centre. Victor Victoria. Production from Broadway. 88 Dalhousie St. Brentford. 1-800- 265-0710. Evening ,; matinee .50,. HONOURABLE MENTION March 28 8:00: Burning Passions Cabaret. Womencentred musical theatre, country & folk music, dance, comedy & more. The Rivoli, 334 Queen St. West. 651 -4514. . March 30 9:00: Beyond the Pale. Evening of klezmer, gypsy & new acoustic music. Special guests: Dave Wall, Martin Van de Ven & others. Oasis, 294 College St. 482-2699. · March 31 8:00: Maria Thorburn, vocals & Michelle Hunchak, piano. Works by Weill, Porter, Piaf, Brei, Coward, Gershwin & more. Free Times Cafe, 320 College St. 967- 1078. cover. FEZ Batik, 129 Peter St. 204- 9660. Every Wednesday Mark I Adam (drums) & Chris Jennings "·;u;:z 1 TROMAONE ENSEMAJ.E wilf1 our (:nrporote l~·lflucr YAMAHA MUSIC CANADA prt~'t·nls In Your Faitb Dvoraks New World Symphony ExcerptS from Handels Messi~h l r

9:30pm start. PWYC. *March 1: Kairos (voice, bass, drums/marimba) *March 8: Adrean Farrugia (piano) *March 15: Phil Nimmons, clarinet *March 22: Ted Quinlan (guitar) *March 29: Bob Brough (saxophone) Flying Cloud Folk Club, at the TRANZAC, 292 Brunswick Ave. 410-3655. *March 3 6 :00: Tranzac Jazz Blast. Ron Davis, Club Django, Yoon Choi, Kevin Barrett, Doug Benwell & other performers. Benefit for the Tranzac. . *March 5 7:30: Tunes until Dawn. David Greenberg CD Release concert. With Doug McPhee & friends. ,. * March 12 8:00: C/ach8n. Traditional music from Donegal. ,. *March 17 8:00: Owen McBride, Enoch Kent & friends. Evening of Irish ballads & more. ,. *March 19 8:00: Mariposa at the Cloud. TBA. *March 26 8:00: Garrison Creek. Old-time Canadian sonas. steodancina. f iddle tunes & more. Special guest: Jamie Snider. ,. • April 1 & 2 8:00: Stephen Fearing. Traditional folk, Celtic, blues, gospel &jazz. ,. Gatsby's Restaurant Dinner Theatre, 504 Church St. 925- 4545. Every Sunday & Monday evening at 8:00: William Shookhoff & Camillo de Liberato present Opera Night at Gatsby's: *Starting March 5: Karen Baumgartel in Mezzo Notte. Living Arts Centre, 41 41 Living Arts Drive, Mississauga. 905- 306-6000. The Royal Bank Theatre is transformed into a relaxed & comfortable pub setting. Doors open 8:00; performance at 9:00. Farmer's Daughter. 86 Main St. North, Brampton. 905-874- 2800. ,. March 3 8:00: blueWave Music. Andy Sheppard, guitar. Music Gallery, 179 Richmond St. West. 204-1080. O(advancel. 2(door). March 5 7 :00: Columbus Centre. Mozart e /'opera italians. Lower Gallery, 901 'Lawrence Ave. West. 789-4970. . March 5 7:30: Smyrna Music. Ensemble Sarband. Seneca College, 1750 Finch Ave East. 491-8877. to . March 6 8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. National Arts Centre Orchestra with Pinches Zukerman, director/violin. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe. 593- 4828. to . * March 24: S/ainte Mhath. March 11 8:00: Arkell Schoolhouse Concert Series. Pipes, fiddle, keyboards, percussion & step dancing. Penderecki String Quartet with Anne-Marie Donovan. 843 Watson Road, South Arkell. 519-763-7528. . Too LATE TO LIST March 2 8 :00: Heritage Theatre. March 17 7:30: Opera Encore. My Ireland of Dreams. Armour Heights Presbyterian Church, 1 05 Wilson Ave. 784-0799. . 51 March 19 2:30: Wooster Chorus. Timothy Eaton Memorial Church, 230 St. Clair Ave. West. 925-8494 ext.303. Free will offering. March 19 8:00: Small World Music. Masters of Indian Rhythm. du Maurier Theatre Centre, 231 Queens Quay West. 973-4000. . March 25 7:30: Emil Wazlinsky. Piano Students from the Glenn Gould Professional School of Music. Willowdale United Church, 349 Kenneth Ave. 905- 764-0526. . March 26 3:00: Northdale Concert Band/Scarborough University Band. U of T Scarborough Campus, 1265 Military Trail. 416-485-0923. Free. March 31 8 :00 & April 2 4:30: Salon of Poetry and Music. Cabaret Medley. John Paul II Cultural Centre, 4300 Cawthra Road, Mississauga. 233-7468. April 5 8:00: Humber Music Jazz Series. Night of Big Bands. Lakeshore Auditorium, 31 99 Lakeshore Blvd. West. 675- 6622 ext.3427. ,. SUMMER MUSIC LEARNING continued from page 12 viola, cello, flute, and voice, as well as in chamber music and orchestral audition preparation. Both faculty and students give concerts. The program is held in air conditioned teaching studios and practice rooms, most with piano. Otherfacilities include the University Community Centre's 25-meter indoor pool, and volleyball, basketball, badminton, racquetball, squash and tennis courts. Participants live in double occupancy rooms and dine in the Delaware Hall residence. The program runs through August. The price is approximately $2000 for tuition, room and board. Partial scholarships available. Tape or audition required for first time applicants. Deadline May 1. For a brochure contact director Mihai Tetel by phone 416-425- 0778, fax 416-425-0279, by e-mail ariaint@pathcom.com, or by post to 95 Thorncliffe Park Dr., Suite 3604, Toronto ON M4H IL7. For a decade Symphonic Workshops Ltd. has been running advanced level and professional development workshops for singers, conductors, pianists and other musicians. The workshops featured here take place in summer, but check out their full offerings for programs over the rest of the year. Symphonic Workshops runs its programs in Eastern Europe. The town of Kromeriz, Czech Republic hosts two programs for pianists, Recreational Piano (July 20- 30) and Advanced Piano (July 6-20). Singers and conductors can record with the 75 musicians of the Moravian Philharmonic Orchestra in Olomouc, Czech Republic at Recording Fest (June 5-10); and can help stage Cosifan Tuttc and Die Flcdennaus at the International Opera Workshop in historic Opava, Czech Republic (June 21- July 15). Conductors can develop knowledge and skills at the Repertoire Workshop (June 10-20), the International Workshop for Conductors (July 17-August 4) and Practical Course in Conducting (July 9- 30), European Wind Conductors Workshop (July 8-20), and the Richard Strauss Workshop (August 5-14). Visit www.symphonicworkshops.com, or for more information or a free CD­ ROM call (416) 760-9319 or e-mail info@symphonicworkshops.com Adult Learners St. Michael's College at the University of Toronto hosts Classical Pursuits, a one week arts learning holiday program for adults running July 16-22, 2000. Mixed with the core ofliterary works at Classical Pursuits are some musical offerings, which this year are Mozart's Don Giovanni (led by Erika Reiman, PhD in Musicology) and three treatments of Death in Venice as novella, Britten's opera, and Visconti's film Oed by Thomas Wetteland Jones, an educator and conductor from Brooklyn). Students stay in air conditioned residences; non-resident tuition is also available. Visit www.utoronto.ca/ stmikesj cont_ed/ cp or contact Ann Kirkland, Managing Director, Classical Pursuits, St. Michael's College, University of Toronto, Continuing Education Division, 81 St. Mary's Street, Toronto ON M5S 1J4 Canada. Phone 416-926- 7254 or e-mail continguinged.stmikes@utoronto.ca. In Brief Check out these other programs of interest: Ontario Kingsway Conservatory ofMusic often runs a Summer Music and Drama Program. Call Sharon Burlacofffor more information at 416-234-0121 x1 More than Music Inc.'s Sununer MusicFest-Suzuki Kingston 2000. www.morethanmusic.com Soutl1western Ontario Suzuki Centre for children, youths, and Suzuki teachers. www.artset.net Yip's Music Centre in Richmond Hill usually offers Sununer Music Camp. Contact Belinda Leung at 905-764-9339. The Hollows Camp in Cookstown, Ontario. www.hollowscamp.com continued on page 52

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