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Volume 5 Issue 9 - June 2000

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Acoustic Harvest Folk

Acoustic Harvest Folk Club 3 Act II Studio 2 Amadeus Choir 10 Applewood Homestead 21 Arkell Schoolhouse (fa) 9 Armour H~ights Church 9 Arts and Letters Club 2 Asian Business Networking 9 Associates of the TSO 12 Barbara Frum Atrium j6 Baroque Music Beside the Grange 3 Birch Cliff United Church 3 Birchinount Park C.I. 17 Blessed Trinity Church 2 Bluma Appel Theatre 5 Calvin Presbyterian 4, 11, 18 Canada 3000 (fa).3, 4 Canadian Chamber Academy 17,18 Canadian Concert & Recital Artists 10 Canadian Singers 28 Cantabile Chorale 5, 6 Cantabile Women's Choir 3 Cantores Celestes 3 · Capricorn 9 Productions 14 Cardinal Carter Academy 9 Central Park Lodge 11 Centre Island jl, 4, 5 . Chapters Eiin Mills 2 Chapters Square One 30 Chinese Canadian Music Society of Ontario 24 Choralairs of North York 11 Christ Church Deer Park 1 Church of Our Saviour 19 Church of St. Leonard 4 Church of St. Martin·ln, I INDEX OF PRESENTERS AND VENUES Please note: numbers refer to DA TES, not to WholeNote page numbers. The letter "j" before a nuinber denotes July. "fa" means "Further Afield'' The-Fields 17 Harbourfront Centre 11, 18, Millennium Singers 2 Royal Ontario Museum 11 Church of St. Mary 23·27, 30, jl, j7 Millpond Centre.(fa) 10, 24 Runnymede United Church 24 Magdalene Gallery Choir 2 Hart House 4 Mississauga Festival Choir 19 Russian Heritage 11 Church oi the Holy Trinity 2, High Park Choirs 3, 4 Molson Place, Harbourfront jl Scarborough Philharmonic 17 5, 12, 19, 26, j3 Humber Valley United 16 • Mooredale Youth Orchestra 11 Shaarei Shomayim 14 • Church of Transfiguration 2 Hummingbird Centre 8, 16 Music at Willowdale 3 Shaw Festival (fa) 4, 18,25,j2 Clavier Baroques 10 I FURIOSI Baroque 2 Music Gallery 2·4, 7, 1 O; Sheridan Hall, Oakville 7 Columbus Centre 25 Jane Mallett Theatre 3, 14· 16, 22, 24, 25, 27, 28 Small World Music 30 · Company of Friends 2 14, 26, j6 New World Symphony 2 Soundstreams Canada j6 Continuum 16 Jarvis Collegiate 24 North Toronto Women's Spadina Historic House 4, ·18 Convocation Hall 2 Jeffrey Buchner 2, 30 Chamber Choir 2 St. Andrew's Presbyterian Copps Coiiseum (fa) 3, 4 Juan Tomas 9 N. York Concert Ban~ 3, 29 Church (Scarborough) 16 .counterpoint 3 Kingston Jazz Society (fa) 7 North York Singers 3 St. Andrew's Presbyterian Divining Rod Productions 4 Knox College Chapel 2 · Northdale Concert Band 11 Church, Newmarket (fa) 11 Du Maurier Theatre 15, 26 Lakeshore Arts 3 Opera Anonymous 10 St. Andrew's Presbyterian Earl Bales 11 Lakeside Terrace 24 Opera Buffa 21. 23, 24 Church, Toronto 1 Eastmilister United 10 Lansing United Church 18 Orchestra da Camera 2 St. Anne's Church 3, 4 Etobicoke Community ·Lawrence Park Community Orpheus Choir of Toronto 2 St. Basil's Church 2 Concert Band 16, 21 Church 23 Pantages Theatre 6 St. Christopher House 24 Ettore Mazz.oleni Hall 4, 7 Leah Posluns Theatre 3, 4 Patrons of Wisdom 7 St. Clement's Church 24 Factory Theatre 4 Lesbian and Gay Chorus 3 Pickering Village United 4 St. George the Martyr 3 Fairview Library Theatre Lindsay Concert ProVoce St~dios 2 ·st. James' Cathedral 6, 13 3, 21, 23, 24, 28 Foundation (fa) 2 Queen of Puddings 15 St. Margaret's Church 3 Festival Arts Theatre, Loretto Abbey 3 Raag·Mala Music Society 10 St. Paul's Bloor Street Campbelllord (fa)jl Lunch Hour, St. James' 6, 13 Rainbow Voices olT oronto 24 1. 8, 15, 22, 29 Festival Wind Orchestra 27 Maple Community Centre jl Red Pine Inn, Alliston (fa) 10 St. Thomas's Church, 7, 17 519 Community Centre 3 Massey HalM 4, 21 Richmond Hill · Stratford Festival (fa) 2, j3 Frost Theatre, Sir Sandford McMichael 18, 24 · ' Heritage Village 10 Sylvanus Gardens (fa) j 1 Fleming College, Lindsay (fa) 2 Medical Sciences Aud. 10 Riverdale Collegiate 5 Tapestry Chamber Choir (fa)l 1 Geo. Weston Recital Hall 7, 1 O Megacity Chorus 17 Riverdale Youth Singers 5 The Opera House 30 Glenn Gould Studio 3, 10 Mel Lastman Square 27, 29 Robert Gill Theatre 2 Theatre Sheridan 7 Grand Theatre, Kingston (fa) 7 Memorial Park 20,j4 Rosedale Heights School 11 Thornhill Community Band Great Canadian Town Band Merriam School of Music 17 Roy Thomson Hall 1·3.7· 10, 10, 24, 27, il. j6 Festival (fa) jl Metropolitan United 26 12, 14, 15, 17,21,22,24,26·28 Thornhill Presbyterian 5, 6 Hammer son Hall 17 Mill Pond Park j6 RCM 4 Toronto Association For Community Living 5 Toronto Camera ta 4 Toronto Cantata Chorus 24 Toronto Centre for the Performing /\rts 2, 9 Toronto Chamber Choir 4 Toronto Children's Chorus 23 Toronto Choral Society 7 TD Catholic School Board 9 Toronto Downtown Jazz 22-30 Toronto Early Music Centre 11 Toronto Heliconian Club 13 Toronto Music Garden 4, 11, 17, 18,-25,j2 Toronto Operetta Theatre 26 Toronto Senior Strings 1 Toronto Star Stage 23-29 TSO 1.3.7·10,12,14,15,17, 21, 22, 24, 26-28, jl, j4, j5 Trinity Presbyterian Church 18 Trinity-St. Paul's Church 4, 12 T ryptych Productions 10 Via Salzburg 10 Voice Concepts 24 Voices 17 Walter Hall 10 War Child Canada 30 Westben Summer Music Festival (fa) j 1. j2 Weston Silver Band 20, j4 Willowdale Presbyterian 3 Winter Garden Theatre 9 York Quay Centre 11, 18, 23-25,27, j7 York Woods Library Theatre 27 Yorkminster Park Baptist Church 3, 7, 14, 21 Yorkminstrels Show Choir 3, 4 Young Singers of Ajax 4 A· RRAYM u 5, I c PRESENTS A NEW OPERA BY Robert W. Stevenson featuring Michael Donovan, Stuart Howe, Joel Katz, Eric Shaw* directed by Ryan Wagner "[The music] amp/ifie~ the f[le,anin. the spoken or s11ng 1 'like ri radiating in a g~ep! v,,,:v - THE GLOBE A'1fo MAIL

ARBOR OAK' 2000-2001 SEAS,@N t November 18, ~ooo · December 13, ~ooo January~6 & ~7· ~001 F'ehruary~4. ~001 April or May TBA ',· ·.. _ ·: -._ ...-•erl9!.!+mers n .. .. a.se:n. WashingtonM60la,in, Mary'.cyi, Ke . · .:fl·+:. Christine Stelmakovich, Meghan ~o'Derts, . Howard Dyck and the Kitche.ner-Waterloo· Philharmonic Cha~erChoir f'71 l I' rr'L. A lft1 I . fl I , • ~ IT .1rrie J#81 ,, r'(lt(,es · David J. King, Conductor JOIN US FOR THE SEASON . I All The King's Voices concert season for 2000-2001 continues our eclectic tradition. Plan to join us for an entertaining musical mixture. SWING 'N' CHRISTMAS oewnber 2 a 3, 2000 Hat)azz a Cool Christmas Music with the EMPressions Show Choir and guest band MADRIGAL FEST February 24, 2001 A Historical Tour through Five Centuries of Song CALYPSO CABARET March 24, 2001 . Al! Evening of Wine a Song with the Meltnones Steel Band SONGS FROM THE STAGE May 5, 2001 A Grand Night of Selections (ram Operas, Operettas and Musicals TOSCA June 2, 2001 Puccini's Great Opera in concert with Tryptych Productions : ••I ~I JOIN US FOR THE SINGING A/I l'lle King's Voices is looking (Or enthusiAStic singers. Witll membership comes the opporbtnily Of tree VOClll coaching and prOfessional leadership. If you want to be IHlft Of a growing musical experiena then give David King a call. Join our mixed voia Choir (Or the challenge Of our 1000-ZOOl season. FOR TICKETS a INFORMATION CALL 416 225-2255 EMAIL davidk4@excite.com WfBSrrE www.allthekingsvoices.ca • Lydia Adams Conductor and Artistic Director Amadeus Choir-Live! Sunday, October 15, 2000, 3:00 p.m. Grace Church on-the-Hill, 30 Lonsdale Rd. An evening of great choral works and traditional favourites will be recorded for CD to create a lasting re,membrance of the Choir's first major tour . Wonder Tidings Sunday, December 3, 2000, 3:00 p.m. George Weston Recital Hall, Toronto Centre for the Art~ ·concert features Erica Goodman, harpist, and includes · Britten's Ceremony of Carols, Vaughan Williams' Folk Songs of.the Four Seasons, and La Montaine's l#ntier Tidings, as well as winning entries of the 14th Christmas Carol and Chanukah Song Writing Competition. Sound the .Trumpet! Wednesday, Dec.13, 2000, 7:30 p.m. Metropolitan United Church, Church and Queen Streets The Hannaford Street Silver B'and joins the Amadeus Choir in a thrilling evening of .music for band and choir . Repertoire includes Somers' A ThuusantiAges, Vintner's The Trumpet, Locklair' s Gluria plus works l?J1 Rutter, D. WillcockS and J. Willcocks. Echoes of the East Sunday, April 8, 2001, 3:00 p.m . with special guests Ve$nivka (Ukrainian Wo Halyna Kvitka Kondracki Conductor George Weston Recital Hall, Toronto Centre for the Arts Explore great choral works of Eastern and Central Europe and fall in love with the music thry have inspired. Concert includes Rachmaninoffs Vespers, Stravinsky's Mass, and works by Tchaikovsky and Willan. Festival of Choirs · Thursday, June 7, 2001, 8:00 p.m. . Part of the Chorus 'America Convention Amadeus Choir, Lydia Adams Conductor Elmer Iseler Singers, Lydia Adams Conductor Toronto Children's Chorus, Jean Ashworth·Bartle Conductor MacMillan Singers, Doreen Rao Conductor To receive our 2000-2001 Season brochure, please mail your request to the Amadeus Choir office at 75 The Donway West, suite 41 O, 'Toronto, ON M3C 2E9, 'fax to (416) 446-0187, . or e-mail to amachoir@idirect.com

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