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Volume 5 Issue 9 - June 2000

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  • Toronto
  • Theatre
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  • Choral

Six years have . passed

Six years have . passed since the publication of our first Classical Heaven on 0 a Month in the Kensington Market Drum community newspaper. It was this little feature that gave Jasper Wood rise to the idea of publishing a guide to concerts in Toronto c_ we were uncovering so many concerts that the column was threatening to devour its host. Living the good life, musically speaking, on 0 a month is still possible. Admission to the following, for example, adds up to exactly 0. For details, see the listings, commencing page 30. one organist says is the best organist in Toronto), . June 12, violinist, Jasper Wood, ·a you11g violinist about whom the reviewers have been very complimentary, with a CD on the Analekta label to his credit), part of the Music Monday's series at Holy Trinity Church. to (so give them ). June 12 Associates of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, (string quartets . performed by members of the T.S.O.), . . June 14 T.S.0. Evening Overtures concert, .85. June 17, Canadian Chamber Academy, music for strings, . · June 24 the Glass Orchestra, (all of whose instruments are made of glass) . June 27 the Festival Wind Orchestra, orchestral music transcribed for wind ensemble) . June 28 The Canadian Singers, all­ Canadian musical revue, with songs by June 1 Tamara Volskaya, domra virtuoso, Hagood Hardy, Joni Mitchell, Ben with the Toronto Senior Strings (mostly Steinberg and Ruth Lowe, "Will the Real retired TSO musicians, conducted by retired Canada Please Stand Up?" . TSO conductor, Victor Feldbrill), These add up to ten concerts one concert June 4, T?e Crimson Veil Musical, (based every three days on average,' for exactly on an Italian folk tale) pay-what-you-can, so. 0. There are plenty of free concerts pay .15. . too just waiting for an audience, so don't June 7, organ recital by John Tuttle, (who forget to look for them fo our listings. CONCERT Nons: Pot pourri co11ti1111edfi·o111 page 10 Patrons of Wisdom oboe and viola recital on June 7, East Indi'an music from the Raag Mala Society and contemporary opera from Tryptych Productions on June 10, music for two violins and An-Lun Hwang piano at the Heliconian Hall on June 13, four cantors presenting their art with choir at Shaarei Shomayim Congregation on June 14, a young violinist with a fantastic reputation, Leila Josefowicz, will play Mendelssohn's e minor Concerto on June 21, 22 and 24, the Toronto Cantata Chorus and Salvation Army Brass Band with music by, among others, Toronto composer An-Lun Hwang, Toronto Operetta Theatre's production of Leo the Royal Cadet opening on June 26, War Child Canada/Small World Production's concert ranging from Susan Aglukark to Afro­ Brazilian drummers on June 30 and the opening of the Westben Summer Festival on July L Canada's largest selection of sheet music titles for strings. Avail d convenient mail-ord As a foll-service string shop we offer the following: + Repair, Restoration, + Strings·Accessories, B 26 Cumberland, 2nd Floor. Tet. 1-416-960-8494 Email1 shar@globalsccvc.net Free Parking! Open Mon.-Sat. 10-6 Thurs. WJtil 8 pm.

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