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Volume 6 Issue 1 - September 2000

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Orchestra. Roy Thomson

Orchestra. Roy Thomson Hall. See September 20. Friday September 22 > > 8:00: Canadian Opera Company. Smetana: The Bartered Bride. Eva Urbanova, Miroslav Dvorsky, Benoit Boutet, Dean Peterson & other performers; Paula Suozzi, director; Kenneth Montgomery, conductor. Hummingbird Centre for the Performing Arts, 1 Front St. East. 872- 2262. to 5; to !young person). For complete run see Music Theatre listings. > > 8:00: Ergo Ensemble. Apocalypsis. Works by Hiilzsky, Gubaidulina & Mess~ien . · Roger Bergs, organ; Richard Moore, percussion. Christ Church Deer Park, 15 70 Yonge St. 920·5211. ,. > > 8:00: Refugee Support Commit· tees of Islington United Church & St. ,George's On·the-Hill Anglican Church. Fascinating Rhythm. BigBand repertoire. Etobicoke Community Concert Band; Etobicoke Swing Orchestra; John Edward Liddle, conductor. Islington United Church, 25 Burnhamthorpe Rd. 620· 1411. . > > 8:00: Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra. Bach Orchestral Suites. Trinity­ St. Paul's Church. See Sept. 20. · > > 8:30: Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts. Nancy White: Gaelic Envy and other hits, jabs & musical pokes. Studio Theatre, 130 Navy St., Oakville. 905-815·2021. .99. . Saturday September 23 > > 1 :00: Metropolitan United Church. Carillon Recital & Tour. Gerald Martindale, carillonneur. Celebrating Toronto Arts Week. 56 Queen St. East. 363-0331. PWYC. > > 2:00: Metropolitan United Church. Organ Recital & Oemonstration. Patricia. Wright. organ. Celebrating Toronto Arts Week. 56 Queen St. East. 363-Q331. PWYC. > > 2:30: Toronto Sinfonietta Festival Brass. The Sting! Cafe Concert. Big Screen classics from rondos to ragtime. Part of ArtsWeek 2000. Chapters Bookstore, Runnymede Theatre, 2225 Bloor St. West. 410-4379. Free. > > 6:45: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Evening overtures chamber music. Roy Thomson Hall. See September 21 6:45. > > 7:30: The Chu Sisters in Recital. Music by Louie, Chopin, Brahms, Albeniz, Ravel & Grieg. Rebecca Chu, violin/piano; Jocelyn Chu, cello; Esther Chu, piano. Studio Theatre, Toronto Centre for the Arts, 5040 Yonge St. 875·8756. ,. > > 8:00: St. George's Anglican Church. St. George's Saturday Night Music. Rod McAvoy, organ. 5350 Yonge St. 225-1922. ,; ,ist/sr). > > 8:00: Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra. Bach Orchestral Suites. Trinity· St. Paul's Church. See Sept. 20. > > 8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Roy Thomson Hall. See September 20. > > 8:30: Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts. Nancy Whi/e: Gaelic . Envy and other hits, jabs & musical pokes. See September 22. · Sunday September 24 > > 2:00: Arts Toronto. Artsweek 2000: Cathedral Bluffs Symphony Orchestra, Young Artists Concert. Scarborough Civic Centre, 150 Borough Drive. 879-5566. Free. > > 2:00: DUO. Co/labyrinth. Works by Bach, de Falla, Moussorgsky & Evans. Margot Rydall, flute; Ivan Zilman, guitar. Beach Hebrew Institute, 109 Kenilworth Ave. 463-1011. Free. .> > 2:00: Minkler Auditorium, Seneca College. Ooug Barr and the Big Boy Band. Songs, guitars, keyboards & multipersonalities .. 1750 Finch Ave East. 416- 491 ·8877. 0. > > 2:00: Thornhill Community Band. City Playhouse, 1000 New Westminster Drive, Vaughan. 223-7152. Free. > > 3:00: University of Toronto. Soldiers' Tower Carillon Recital.George Matthew Jr .. carillonneur. The lawn, King's College Circle. 978-2452. Free. > > 3:30: Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra. Bach Orchestral Suites. Trinity­ St. Paul's Church. See Sept. 20. > > 8:00: Bellwoods Acoustic Concerts. Montreal Guitar Trio. Classical framework combined with w.orld music · influences such as tango, flamenco, bluegrass & Brazilian dances. Glenn Levesque, Marc. Morin & Sebastien Dufour, guitars. St. Matthias Church, 45 Bellwoods Ave. 755·2521 . ,. > > 8:00: Flying Cloud Folk Club. Stephen Fearing. CD release concert. TRANZAC, 292 Brunswick Ave. 410-3655. , 1members). Monday September 25 > > 2:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Dvorak: Violin Concerto; Tchaikovsky: Symphony #5. Catherine Manoukian, violin; Jukka-Pekka Saraste, conductor. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe.· 593-4828. to . > > 8:00: Ontario Youth Choir. lvars Taurins, conductor. Eastminster Church, 310 Danforth Ave. 463·2179. > > 8:00: Theatre Organ Concert. Bryon Jones, theatre organ. Casa Loma, 1 Austin Terrace. 870-8000. .50. Tuesday September 26 > > 12: 10: University ofT oronto Faculty of Music. Voice Studies Showcase. Student performers & guest speaker, Michael Patrick Albano. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park. 978-3744. Free. > > 7:30: Arts Toronto. Artsweek 2000: Music lover Orchestra. Evening of big band music. Cornell Junior Public School, 51 Hormfirth Terrace. 597-8223. Admission by donation to support the school's snack program. > > 8:00: Mozart Society. Schubert:. Shepherd on the Rock; Mozart: arias from La Clemenza di Tito; Gluck: arias from T auride en lphigenie. Linda Maguire, mezzo soprano; Peter Stoll, clarinet; Stephen Ralls, piano. First Unitarian Congregation, 175 St. Clair W.est. 499-2716. . Wednesday September 27 '> > 12:30: York University Dept. of Mu.sic. Mott-Rindone Ouo. David Mott, baritone sax; Rhonda Rindone, bass clarinet. Mclaughlin Performance Hall, 050 ' Mclaughlin College, 4700 Keele St. 736- 5186. Free. > > 12:30: Yorkminster Park Church. Noond,ay Recital. John Tuttle, organ. 1585 Yonge St. 922 -1167. Free. > > 7:00 & 9:00: Arts Toronto. Artsweek 2000: Sound Images · Come to life. Multi-disciplinary performance based on original composilfons by Robert Bruce. First Unitarian, 175 St. Clair West. 905- 777 -9196. PWYC. > > 8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Morin: Bombs Away !world premiere/TSO commission); Beethoven: Piano ·concerto #4; Sibelius: Symphony #2. Anton Kuerti, piano; Jukka-Pekka Saraste, conductor. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe. 593-4828. to . Thursday September 28 > > 12:10: University of Toronto Faculty of Music. [hursday Noon Series. '(![:oronto (farlp jfflusit ([entre presents Toronw's 16th annual early Music Fair C:ome celebrate the delights of historical music performance of the i4"' through t he i7"' centuries. l3aturday, i3cptcmbcr 23, 2000 n:oo a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at che barbourfront c;cnrre - admission is free 1 In the Studio Theatre, some of T oromoS finest musi~ians will perform, including members of Tafelmusik, Toronto Consort, Academy Concerts and Sine Nomine. dvanced Tickets and Information: (416) 755-252 1 ··bellwoods@takenote remotion.com 26 Wholenote SEPTEMBER 1, 2000 - OCTOBER 7, 2000 1 T he galleries and halls will be fi ll~d with the beautiful sounds of recorders and viols played by members of the Recorder Players' Society and the Toronto Early Music Players Organization. 1 C laviers Baroques will provide, and perform on, a variety of early keyboard instruments. 1 Take a closer look at, and learn about, period instruments like the hurdy-gurdy, the medieval harp, and all kinds of early keyboard and wind instruments. 1 Drop by the trade booths and disrover the latest CD recordings by our local artists. 1 Listen to the scrolling musicians while browsing through the latest OOoks on early music. For more infonnation, please conract' 1!toronto lfarlp :fti\u~ic ltentre Tel: (416) 966,,J409i E-mail: temc@incerlog.com; Website: www.interlog.com/-cemc Latest Listings info? www.thevklolenote.oom ' '

Works by Mozart, Brahms, Debussy & Saint·Saens. A tis Bankis, violin; Michael Kim, piano. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park. 978·3744. Free. > > 8:00: Massey Hall. !Cubanismo! Classic Cuban beats. Jesus Alemany, trumpet/arranger/composer; Rolando "Rolo" Martinez, vocals; Ignacio "Nachito" Herrera, piano; Carlos Alvarez, trombone; Emilio del Monte Mata, percussion & other performers. 15 Shuter St. 872-4255. .50 to .50. > > 8:00: Mooredale Concerts. A Song of Lilith. Music: Larysa Kuzmenko; · narrative: Joy Kagawa; art: Lilian Broca. Erika Raum, violin; Moira Wylie, actor; Clare Scholtz, english horn; Julie Baumgartel, violin; Kathleen Kajioka, viola; Kristine Bogyo, cello. Jane Mallet Theatre, 27 Front . St. E. 366·7723. ,. > > 8:00: Royal Conservatory of Music Glenn Gould Professional School. East to East. Berlioz: Roman Carnival Overture; Rimsky·Korsakov: Sheherazade; Gang Situ: Concerto for Erhu & Violin; Yi· Fan Shi: Rhapsody for Piano & Chamber Orchestra. George Gao, erhu; Mark Fewer, violin; Yi·Fan Shi, piano; Rennie Regehr, conductor. Ettore Mazzoleni Concert Hall, 273 Bloor St. West. 408·2824 ext.321. ,. > > 8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Roy Thomson Hall. See September 27. Friday September 29 > > 8:00: Douglas Rice Studio. Mozart: The Impresario. Comic opera & other vocal music by Mozart. Bloor Street United Church, 300 Bloor St. 922·3113. . For complete run see Music Theatre listings. > > 8:00: Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts. Men of the Deeps. Choir of working & retired coal miners. 130 Navy St., Oakville. 905·815·2021. .99. > > 8:00: Toronto Consort. Magnificent Mo,nteverdi. Monteverdi: ballet music. Ken Pierce Dance Company; 17th·century string orchestra with continua; singers. T rinity·St. Paul's Church, 421 Bloor St. West. 964· ,. 6337. to ; to 25(sr/st). Saturday September 30 > > 7:30: Calyx Concerts. Music at Humbercrest: Viva Espaiia! Music from Spain & Flamenco dance. Narelle Martinez, soprano; Claudia Carolina, dancer; Susan Kutertan, flute; Afsane Fanian, guitar; Che Anne Loewen & Ilona Beres, piano. Humbercrest United Church, 16 Baby Point Rd. 536·6033. , . > > 8:00: Toronto Consort. Magnificent Monteverdi. Trinity·St. Paul's Church. See .September 29. Sunday October 0 I > > 2:00: Arts Toronto. Artsweek 2000: Toronto Wind Orchestra C~amber Concert. Dvora~: Serenade; Wagner: Siegfried; Gounod: Petite Symphony. Kingston United Church, 975 Kingston Rd. 603·9339. Admission by donation (maximum $ 5). > > 2:00: Jay Lambie, tenor in Recital. Calvin Presbyterian Church, 26 Delisle. 923· 9030. Free. > > 2:00: Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts. In The Mood With The Toronto All.Star Big Band. Sounds of the big band era. The Serenaders; Zygmunt Jedrzejek, artistic director. 130 Navy St., Oakville. '905·815·2021. .99. > > 2:30: Royal Conservatory of Music Glenn Gould Professional School. family Concert: Tales of Arabian Nights. Rimsky·Korsakov: Sheherazade. Royal Conservatory Orchestra; Rennie Regehr, conductor; narrator TBA. Ettore Mazzoleni Concert Hall, 273 Bloor St. West. 408·2824 ext.321. ,, (children). > > 4:oo: Concerts at St. George's/ Cantores Celestas Women's Chamber Choir. Bright Shining as the Sun. Spirituals; works by Rossini. Ellen Meyer, piano; Bob Weir, double bass; Kelly Galbraith, director. St. George's on·the·Hill Church, 4600 Dundas St. West. 461·9906. ,. > > 7:00: Leaside Concert Series. Kubica/van Berke/ Guitar Duo. Music by. Rossini, Barrios, Piazzolla & Rak. Leaside Presbyterian Church, 670 Eglinton Ave. · East. 488·2588. ,, family rates. > > 8:00: Flying Cloud Folk Club. Oliver Schroer, fiddler. TRANZAC, 292 Brunswick Ave. 410·3655. , O(members). Monday October 02 > > 8:00: Hannaford Street Silver Band. Strike Up the Band. Cable: Tango Euph; Cross Country Holiday. International Music Day event & tribute to Howard Cable. Jane Mallett Theatre, 27 Front St. East. 366·7723. ,. > > 8:00: OnStage at Glenn Gould Studio. Mahler: Lieder eines lahrenden Gesellen (arr. Schoenberg); Das Lied van der Erde (arr. Schoenberg/Riehn). Catherine Robbin, mezzo; Richard Margison, te·nor; Nathan Berg, baritone; members of the Canadian Opera Company Orchestra; Mario The Toronto Consort presents MAGNIFICENT MONTEVEMI with the Ken Pierce Dance Company September 29 & 30, 2000 The Consort turns its attention to Monteverdi's magnificent ballets and is happy to present the Ken Pierce Dance Company, one of the world's leading interpreters of early dance. Joining them will be a 17-th century orchestra of strings and continua , and a full compliment of singers to make a magnificent evening from this master of . the early Baroque. YOU ARE INVITED to join the many friends, colleagues and fans for the HOWARD CABLE 80th_ BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION Monday, October 2, 2000 presented by the Hannaford-Street Silver Band DINNER at 5:30 PM Hot House Cafe, 25 Church Street, Toronto STRIKE UP THE BAND CONCERT 8:00 PM, featuring the HSSB conducted by Howard Cable and the premiere of two new works ' by Howard Cable St. Lawrence Centre, Jane Mallet Theatre POST CONCERT RECEPTION Jane Mallet Theatre lobby Sponsore_d by the Canadian Band Directors Association RESERVE YOUR TICKETS TODA Y Dinner, Concert and Reception only per person Call HSSB at (416) 425-2874 or email hssb@interlog.com www.hannafordband.com SEPTEMBER 1, 2000 - OCTOBER 7, 2000 Wholenote 27

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