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Volume 5 Issue 8 - May 2000

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2 I accompanist. The Donway Coven-ant Church, 230 The Donway West. 905-889-2094. . • • 8:00: Oakville Choral Society. Spring into Song. Solos & choruses from Gilbert & Sullivan: Penzance, Pinafore, Mikado & Gondoliers. Oakville Centre for the Performing •Arts, 130 ~~avy Street. 905-847- 7469. . *• 8:00: Sine Nomine Ensemble. Monks, Canons, and Courtiers. Plainchant, early polyphony, 13thand 14th-century motets & secular BRAHMS Sonata in A major. op. 100 for clarinet and piano ANDRE PREVIN Four Songs for s'oprano. cello and piano music. Guest soloists. St. Thomas's Church, 383 Huron. 638-9445. , . . • • 8:00: Toronto Centre for the Performing Arts. Angel Romero, guitar in Recital. Works by de Mudarra, Sanz, Tarrega, Sor, Albeniz & others. George Weston Recital Hall, 5040 Yonge St. 870-8000. to . •• 8:00: Toronto Operetta Theatre. My Fair Lady. By Lerner & Loewe. Gisele Fredette, Keith Boldt, Gregory Cross & Curtis Sullivan, performers; PHILIP LOOSEMORE Commisioned Work BRAHMS Sextet in B flat major. op. 18 for strings Organ Recital Marc-Andre Doran Friday, May 5th at 8:00 PM ' Deer Park United Church 129 St. Clair Avenue West · (parking behind Imperial Oil) Admission , Students and seniors For information call 962-3381 onks,

. . '*·i·:······ Three · monic. Celestial Journey. Estacio: Heliconian Hall, 35 Hazelton Ave. Borealis; Ho: Radiantia for Percus- 485-5084. ,. sion & Orchestra; Holst: The Planets. . • • 8:00: Toronto Chamber Choir. A Beverley Johnston, percussion; Festival of Psalms. Bach: Cantata Jerome David Summer, conductor. #131 Aus der Tiefe; Schlitz: 7: 15: Pre-concert lecture by John selections from the Psa/men Davids; Estacio. Birchmount Park Collegiate settings by Palestrina, Rachmaninov, Institute, 3663 Danforth Ave. 261- Bruckner, Rossi, Donaldson & 0380. ,(sr), O(st). Bortniansky. Christina Jahn, soprano; ** 8:00: Sinfonia Toronto. British David Arnot, tenor; John Pepper, bass; period-instrument orchestra; David Fallis, music director. 7:00: Pre-concert lecture by Giles Bryant: Sing To The Lord -A Reflection On The Psalms. St. Patrick's Church, 141 Mccaul St. 536-9030. ,; , S(st/sr); pre-concert lecture . • * 8:00: York Symphony Orchestra. Ancient Airs & Legends. Dvorak: The Wild Dove; Respighi : Ancient Airs and Dances Suite #2; Smetana: Vysebrad from Ma Vlast; traditional Chinese erhu music. George Gao, . erhu; Roberto De Clara, conductor. Marylake Shrine, 13760 Keele St. at 15th Side Road (Bloomington Road), King Township. 416-410-0860. , S(st/sr), (under 12). Airs. Holst: St. Paul's Suite; Britten: Les Illuminations; Simple Symphony; Warlock: Caprio! Suite; Elgar: Introduction and Allegro. Nathalie Paulin, soprano; Nurhan Arman, music director & conductor. Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front St. West. 205-5555. ,(sr),(st). •• 8:00: ToneART ensemble. Confluence. Domeniconi: Variations dn a Turkish Folk Song for guitar; Prokofiev: Sonata in D Op.115 for solo violin; P'iazzolla: Histoire du Tango for guitar & violin; Baker: Excursus for cello and piano (premiere); Webern: Three Little Pieces for cello & piano Op.11. Corey Gemmell, violin; Tom Mueller, cello; Lois Simmons, piano; Danielle Cumming, guitar. t-A Sunday May 07 • • 1 :00: Children's Own Museum. Sharon; Lois & Bram in Performance. Convocation Hall, 31 King's College Circle. 870-8000. . • • 1 :30: Spadina Historic House and Gardens. Hornpipe. Music for flute & french horn. Alice Chrysler, flute; Barb Rice, horn. 285 Spadina Road. 392-6910. Free. * • 2 :00: Cantabile Chorale/Music at Metropolitan. Spring Concert. Metropolitan Silver Band; Al Moody & Robert Richardson, conductors. Metropolitan United Church, 56 Front St. West. 205-5555. ,. tenor & other performers; Ben •• 3:00: Concertsingers. Shake- Steinberg & Esther Ghan Firestone, speare in Song. Freedman: Songs conductors. Temple Sinai, 21 O from Shakespeare; Vaughan Wilson Ave. 489-7681. , Williarr:s: Serenade to Music; (group rates). Mathias: Shakespeare Songs; works ** 3:00: Toronto Symphony by Ager, Byrd & others. Stephen Orchestra. Roy Thomson Hal I. See Powell, guest conductor; Jane May 6. Watson & John Watson, actors; • • 4:00: St. Andrew's (King St.) William O'Meara, organ. St. Choir. Love Songs for Spring. St. Thomas's Church, 383 Huron St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, 73 769-7991. ,. Simcoe St. 593-5600. . * • 3:00: Markham Concert Band. A • • 4:00.: St. George's on-the-Hill Celebration of Contemporary Works Concerts. Amari/Ii Singers: We/come for Band. Guests: Church Street Spring! Music by Purcell, Copland & Swing Machine from Markham Barber. Patricia Wait, clarinet; Karen District High School; Dr. Diana Rymal, director. 4600 Dundas St. Brault, conductor. Markham Theatre, · West. 461-9906. ,. 171 Town Centre Blvd. 905-305- •• 4:00: Toronto Classical Singers. 7469. , O(st,sr); (family). Mozart: Requiem K.626; Solemn • • 3:00: Patrons of Wisdom. Sanya Vespers K.339. Mary Bella, soprano; Eng, harp & Ryan Scott, marimba in Sandra Boyes, alto; James Leatch, Recital. Music by Debussy, Salzedo, tenor; Bruce Kelly, bass; Talisker Pierne, Heinio, Engelman & Ravel. Players; Jurgen Petrenko, conductor. Guest: Robin Engelman, percussion. Christ Chl)rch Deer Pa.rk, 1570 . Post-concert Conversation from the Yonge St. 443-1490. ,. stage. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park. •• 7:00: Amati Quartet. See May 3. 410-0453. ,. Royal Bank Theatre, 4141 Living Arts • • 3:00: Toronto Jewish Folk Choir. Drive. 905-306-6000. , 75th Anniversary Concert. Steinberg: (family rates). A Fist Was Once an Open Palm; •• 7:00: Chancel Choir of Goldfaden: Rozhinkes mit mandlen Richmo~d Hill United Church. (Raisins & Almonds); Peterson: Splendours of the Baroque. Handel: Hymn to Freedom; Glick: Four My Heart is Inditing (coronation Yiddish Songs (excerpts); Zuckert: anthem); Charpentier: Messe de Oifn Veg (On the Road); works by Minuit pour Noel & other sacred Mendelssohn, Verdi & Dvorak. Trio works. 10,201 Yonge St. 905-884- Lyra; Paul Soles, actor; Marina 1301. ,, (family). Shemesh, soprano; John Botton, • • 7:00: Elmer lseler Singers. Music Off C~ntrc Music Salon presents The piano: Instrument of the fin de siecle Romantics Tl1e Off Centre Music Salon offers a glimpse into tl1e l 9ll' century's passionate interest in tbe piano on May 7, 2000 al 2:30 witb "Tl1e Piano: lnstrun1cnt of tbe /;n de siCc/e Ron1antics" af Glenn Gould Studio. Internationally renowned pianist Naida Cole is joined by exciting young tenor Micliael Colvin and Artistic Directors and bouse pianists Boris Zaranl~in and Inna Perl~is . FaurC, Ravel, Liszt and many more ... Naida Cole, piano Mic/we/ Colvin, tenor . Queen St. East. 363-0331. ,. • • 2:30: Off Centre Music Series. The Piano: Instrument of the fin de siecle Romantiq. Music by Faure, Chabrier, Ravel, Liszt & Zemlinsky. Naida Cole, piano; Michael Colvin, Sunday, May 7, 2000 2:30 p.rn. ,at Glenn Gould Studio toneART ensemble CONFLUENCE MUSIC FROM THE 20TH & 21ST CENTURIES violin ·guitar cello piano Saturday 6 May 2000 8 pm Heliconian Hall 35 Hazelton Avenue Corey Gemmell Danielle Cumming Tom Mueller Lois Simmons Adults I seniors & students Inna Perkis 1 piano Boris Zarankin, piano tenor; Inna Perkis & Boris Zarankin, For Ticl

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