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Volume 6 Issue 3 - November 2000

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INDEX, CONTINUED ,Si. Dunstan's Church 26 St. George the Martyr Church 2, 3, 5, 9, 14, Mooredale Concerts 1 l. 12 17, 18, 24, dl -d3 Music At Metropolitan 26 St. George's Anglican Church d2 Music At Rosedale 29 St. George's on-the-Hill d3 , Music at St. Anne's 19, d3 St. James' Cathedral 3, 4, 7, 14, 21, 28, d5 Music at St. John's 5; 18 St. John's Church 5, 18 M USIC · G a II ery 2 ' 3 ' 9 ' 12 ' 17' ' 18 ' 20 ' St. John's Presbyterian Church 18 22, dl, d2, d4, d7 St. Joseph's Hospital Foundation (fa) 30 Music Theatre Mississauga 24 St. Martin-in· the-Fields d2' . ' Music Toronto 9, 14, 28, d7 St. Patrick's Church 3, 4, 24 Music Umbrella 24 St.Paul's Bloor Street 2, 9, 16, 20, 23, 30, d7 MusicCanad~Musique 2000 2, d6 St. Thomas a Becket Church 25 . Musicians in Ordinary d2 St. Thomas's Church 17, d2 Myrna Levine Productions 19. Stephen Leacock Collegiate Institute d2 Necessary Angel Theatre Company· 11 ! Stuart Mclean (fa) d7 New Music Concerts 11, 17, d7 Studio Theatre, Harbourfront 1 New Opera & Concerts Centre 1 O Symphony Hamilton (fa) 18, d2 Newmarket Theatre 19 Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra 22-26 ' North 44° Vocal Ensemble 11 Talisker Pla,yers Chamber Music 7"' North Toronto Institute of Music 5 Tallis Choir d2 •••• North York Concert Orchestra 15 Te Deuni Singers 18 North York Singers d3 Te Deum Singers (fa) 17 Northern District Library 9, 30 · Th~ Chapel, Victoria University 9, 25 NOW Lounge 12, 22 . The Music Hall d2 Oakville 'Centre for the Performing Arts 1: The New Guitar d 1 3 5 79 11 2'0 24 28 d3 d7 . The Stone Church 25 1 Oakville . ' Symphony ' " ' ' OrchestraA, ' . ·' 5 , Theatre Aquar1'us (fa) d6 Off Centre Music Salon 2.6 . Theatre Passe Muraille 20, d4 - OnStage at Glenn Gould Studio 4, 6, 9, 14, d2, d5 Theatre Sheridan l 5 · Ontario Christian Music Assemtlly '3 · Theatricality Plus Players 28 Opera Buffa Inc dl Thornhill Presbyteria'n Church 24 Opera in Concert d3 Tivoli Theatre, Hamilton Ila) 18, d2 Opera Mississauga d2 ToneART ensemble 4 Opera Ontario (fa) 2•3 Toiorito Baha'i Centre 25 ' Oriana Singers d2 Toronto Blues Society d2 . Orpheus Choir of Toronto 3 T orontp Centre for the Perfonnlng Arts 19, 22 Oshawa-Durham Symphony Orchestra (fa) 18, d3 Toronto Chamber Choir 5, d2 · Penthelia Singers d3 · · _ Toronto Children's Chorus 5, 25 Per,forming Arts York Region 24 ., Toronto Consort 3 , Pop To,Opera (fa) 5 L Toronto Gi!Bert & Sullivan Society·4 Redeemer Lutheran Church:11, 25 Toronto Latvian Concert Association 12 ... Riverdale Ensemble 25 · Toronto Mendelssohn Choir 2 · Robert Gill Theatre d7 Toronto Organ Club 27 Roberta Laking &, Richard Leach 1 Ronda Rindone 5 . Toronto Philharmonia 9 , Toro~to Senior Strings 9 Rosedale P,resbyterian Church 29, iJ3 Toronto· Sinfonietta 11 Rosedale United Church 11, 25 Toronto Symphony Orchestra 1, .4, 5, JO, Roy Thomson Hall 1 ·8, 11, 15, 16, 18, 11, 15, 16, 18, 22, 23, 25, 29, d2, dl), d7 22-25, 28, 29, d2, d6, d7 · Toronto Theatre Organ Society 6, d4 ,Roy Thomson Hall Volunteers 10, 17, 24, dl TRANZAC 12, 19, 26, d3 ' Royal Bank Th_eatre 18, 24, d1 Trillium Brass Quintet dl ACM 3, 4, 9, 11, 16, 18, 26, dl, d2 Trinit,y Presbyterian Church York Mills 11 , RCM Glenn Gould Professional School d2, d4, d7 Trinity-St. Paul's Church 3, 7, 22-26, d2 Runnymede United Church d2 T ryptyi:h Protluctions 11, 25 Ryerson Theatre School 4 U of T Canadian Studies & Aboriginal Studies 17 Salon des Refus~s 5 U of T at Scarborough 9, 15, 29, 30 SalYation Army Temple (fa) 18 U of. T Faculty of Music 1, 2, 4, 7 -11, 13-15, Salvation Army Temple, Oshawa (fa). 25 21, 24, 2B·d2, d5; d6 · Sanderson Centre (fa) s, 16, 23, 24, 30 University of Toronto Opera Dept 21 Saturday Night Music at St. George's d2 University of Waterloo (fa) 29 ., ANNOUNCEMENTS '- *November 1 6:00: Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra. A World of Treasures. 4th.Annual HPD auction. Liuna Station, 360 'James St. North,' Hamilton. 905-526-1677. . THE ETCETERA FILE .... *November 31D:3Dain: Toronto Children's Chor.us/Edmonton Children's Choir: Con· cert for Schoo/' Choirs. Glimpsing the grand choral works of Tchaikovsky, Stravinsky, Rautavaara & Sallinen. Grades 3·8 choirs & music classes are invite~ to participate as audience and as co-performers. Metropolitan . United Church, 56 Queen St. East. 932-8666. ' /child, accompanying aduits free. , ' .··- ' *November 3 B:DD: American Musicologi· with but a Single Thought. Pianist Kristen J. Helgeland demonstrates how composers of ragtime & jazz works frequently used classi· cal sources 'for inspiration. Sheraton ~entre, 123 Queen St. West. 416-978-0379. Free . *November 7 1 :DD: Massey Hall New Mu· sic Festival. Composers' Forum. Visiting com· posers discuss their works being performed, moderated by Jeffrey Ryan. U of T F,aculty of Music, 80 Queen's Park. 416-593-4828. Free. ·~ovember B 12:30:1York University Dept. of Music. The Guitar Style of Jimmy Hendrix. , Lecture-demo by Mike Daley. Mclaughlin Per· formance Hall, 050 Mclaughlin College. 416· 736-5186. Free. cal Society. Billy Taylor Honoured: A Crea· ·*November 15 4:00: University ofToronto· tor Among Progressives: Presentation of 8 Faculty of Music. Colloquia in Musicology & Lifetime Achievement Award. Sheraton Cen· Theory. Rosanne King; The Sacred Songs of tre, 123 Queen St.West. 416.978.0379. Free. Francisco Guerrero; Lowell Lybarger: On Lan· guage About, Music; Nancy Riley: Vaughan *November 4: Toronto Operetta Theatre .. Williams' favourite piece of English music: Are Kings of Operetta. Jvening of wine, dining, . we surprised? Rm.216 Edward Johnson Bldg., dancing & music by Strauss, Offenbach, Lehar 80 Queen's Park. 416-978-5772. Free. & others. Donauschwaben Club. 416-922· *November l 6 11 :DDam-l :Dci & 2:00-5:00: 29l 2. U of T Canadian Studies & Aboriginal *November 8 to 26: New Musi,c Concerts. Studies/Aboriginal Music Days.2000. Mis-' When It Rains. Interactive computer/mechani· appropriation or Misunderstanding? Panel dis· cal sound sculptu:re installation by Gordon cussion traCing the uses of North American • Monahan. Thursday-Sunday, 2:00'7:00 & by Aboriginal musical materials in traditional. & · appointmen\. Gallery one2one, 326 Carlaw contemporary creation. Guest panelists: Sadie Ave. Suite 12 l. 416-405-9996. Free. Buck, Frank Anakwad Montano, Rayna Green, *November j 1 7:00: Music Africa. 2000 Beverley Diamond, Art Levine & others; African Music Aw~rdS. Honouring the contri­ Barbara Croail, moderator. Room 53, Univer· . butions & talents of Airican/Torontonian art· sity College, 15 King's College Ciicle. 416· 657-2224. Free. ,. ' ists. Categories include:Fi~ti Memorial Award for Traditional Perfo'rmance; Band of the Year;. •November 16 7:00: U of T Canadian Stud­ Youth Award; Composer; Award of Merit & ies & Aboriginal Studies/Aboriginal Music others. Holiday Inn, 370 King St. West. 416- Days 2000. Guest speakers: Beverley Dia· 469-5336. $.35 (Music Africa membe·rs S30) mond, Annette Chretien, Rayna' Green, Darlene (includes cocktails, dinner & awards presen- Whitecalf & Bruce Ziffs. Rm. 163 University talion). · College, 15 King's College Circle. 416-657· *November 26 2:00: Mississauga Pops , 2~24 . . Concert Band. Tes Oance. Dance to swing *November 23 4:00: University ofToronto music & more. Port Credit Legion, 35 Front Faculty of Music. Colloquia in Musicology & St. North. 905-338-5768.. · Theory. Professor Caryl Clark: Reading & Lis· · tening to Opera Buffa in Muzart' s Vienna; panel • LECTURES· discussion: .Research in Foreign Libraries. Rm.216 Edward Johnson Bldg.,, 80 Queen's Park. 416-978-5772. Free. · MASTER-CLASSES. *November 2 B:DD: American Musicologi: cal Society. The Way I Really Play: A Conversation with Oscar Peterson. ~ariel discus- , sion & investiture of Peterson as an Honorary Member. Sheraton: centre, 123 Queen St. West. 416-978-0379. Free. Scarborough Bel Can)o Choir 26 University 'of Western OntaJio 4_ · Scarborough Music Theatre 2 University .Settlement Music & Arts School 24, d3 *November 2 B:DD: Toronto Wagner Soc. i· S b h Ph.lh · · 18 Via Salzburg 17 . car oroug 1 armomc · · , ety. The Richard-Wagner·forschungsstatte: Scarborough Village Theatre 2 Victoria Royce Presbyterian Church 11 ' Seeley Hall, T iinity College 19 Virginia Gallop Evoy & Brahm Goldhamer 11 Wagner. Studies in the Third Reich. Lecture by Seneca College 26 . · Visual & Performing Arts Newmarket 19 Stephen McClatchie. Arts & Letters Club, 14 Sheraton Centre 2·4 Vocalpoint Chamber Choir 4 Elm St.. 966-5289. Members free; non-riJem- Sheridan College 15' Voices d2 hers by .donation (- suggested). Silverthorn Collegiate Auditorium dl Walter Hall l, 2.'7· lD, 12·15• 17• 21• *November 3 8:00: American Musicologi: Sine Nomine d2 24• 26• 28·d1. d5·d7 cal Society. Ken Pierce Baroque Qa. nee Com· S. f · T 19 · Westminster United Church 2~ m oma· oronto pany: 150 Years of the Menuet de · la Cour. S. S di 'd Fl · C 11 · 1r an or emmg o ege, L. m d say (f a ) d3 Willowdale United Church 11, d2 Sheraton Centre,' 123 Queen .St. West. 416· Skye Consort 14 Women's Musical Club of Toronto 2, d7 978 Small World Music 3, 12, dl Woodchoppers Association 12 . ·0379. Frne. song Circle 2·5 . York Symphony Orchestra dl, d3 ·. *November 3 8:00: American Musicologi· Soundstreams Canada 5 York U Dept. of Music 1, 3, 15, 22, 27-30, d3, d4 cal Society. Scorn: Baroque Opera Scenes on St: Andrew's Church 9 York Woods Public LibraryiTheatre 15 1 . the Subject of the Scorned Woman. Drawing .St. Anne's Church 4, 18, 19 Yorkminster Park Church 1, 8; 11, 15, 22, 29, d6 on· operatic scenes by Charpentier, Purcell, St.,Basil's Church d2 Yorkminster Salvatio_n Army 18 Rameau & Handel. Sheraton Centre, 123 St. Christopher Ho.use 30 Yorkminstrels 25 Queen St. West. 416-978-0379. Free. *November 712:1 a: University of Toronto Faculty of Music. Performing Power! V.oice masterclass with Gretchen Kerr, PhD, Sports Psychologist. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park. 978-3744. Free. *November 23 12;10: University of To· ronto Faculty of Music. Anton kuerti Piano Masterclass. Walter .Hall, 8.0 Queen's Park. · , 978-3744. Free. *November 28 12JD; University of To· ronto Faculty of Music. English Art.Song at Its Be$t. Voice ' Masterclass with Jean MacPhail & Eric Domville. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park. 978-3744. Free. ' • Royal Conservatory of Music Glenn Gould Professional School. Upcoming master classes (all free to the public) at 273 Bloor St. West . . ' ' / *Nov.2 1D:DDam & 2:00: · St . . Ch ns · t op h er ' s A ng 1· 1can Ch urc h 25 Yorkwoods Library Theatre 8 , • . . . . . Stephane Lemelin, piano St. Clement's Church dl' November 4 8.DD. American Mus1colog1· *N 2 TBA K. . Sh 't -~-------'---------------------' ·'-ellia11- ' l~Seeiety.Jaiziflft/11£f.C/aier.+wo-Mii1ds-- ov. : arm c aup~, gut ar 46 Wholeno\e NOVEMBER 1, 2000 - DECEMBER 7, 2000

•Nov.3 2:00: Stephane Lemelin, piano •Nov.9 lD:OOam: John Steinmetz, bassoon· •Nov.9 10:00am: Marc Durand, piano •Nov.10 1 O:ODam & 2:00: Paul Rapaport, composition •Nov.1110:00am: John Steinmetz, bassoon · •Nov.16 10:00am: John Perry, piano. ' •Nov.17 10:00am & 2:00: Michael Sachs, trumpet •Nov.17 10:00am & 2:00: John Perry, piano . •Nov.23 10:00am: Leon Fleisher, piano •Nov.24 1'0:00am: 1 ·. Andrew ,Timar, composition •Nov.2410:00am & 2:00: · Leon Fleisher, piano • Nov.30 1 :OD: Helen Yorke, piano WORKSHOPS •Nov11mber 12 1 :30 & 3:45: CAMMAC. Rehearsal of Haydn's lord Nelson Mass with Joan Andrews, conduct.or (orchestra: 1 :30; singers: 3:45). Instrumentalists please bring music stand. Church of t~e Messiah, 240 Av· enue Road. 416·924-·1938. Free. • November 121:30: Toronto Early Music Players' Organization. Workshop with Sylvain Bergeron, lute, theorbo & oµd. lansing United Church, 49 Bogert Ave. 416-480·0225. five Women's Singing; Native Flute Making & Playing; Native Men's Singing &.Drumming. for information or to audit. Lectures by Sadie Buck, Frank Anakwad . •Novemb~r 19 2:00: CAMMAC. Reading of Montano & Jimmy .Dick: Barbara Croall, artis· Haydn's lord Nelson Mass with Gordon White, tic director. University College, 15 King's Col- . conductor. Instrumentalists please bring mu­ 'lege Circle. 416-657-2224. . sic stand. Christ Church Deer Park, 1570 Yonge St 416-924-1938. (non·members), •November 17 3:00·6:1 5: High Park . (members). Choirs.' Workshops with the Amabile Boys' • . Choir, Riverdale Youth Singers & Bach , 111.ovem~e r 25.9:00am: Rosedale Churc.h Children'sChorus, conducted by Bob Chilcott. Ch1l~ren s Choir Workshop. ,Toronto Ch~I· St. John's Presbyterian Church, 415 dren.s Cho~us plus 8 of To r~nto s church ch1I­ , Broadview Ave. 416-762-0657 for informa- dren s choirs. Rosedale Umted Church, 159 tion or to audit. . . ~ •November 18 9:30am-1.2:15: High Pa.r~ •N · b 17 10·00 _ 1. 00 & 2 . 00 _ 4 . 00 . Choirs. Workshops. with the Mississauga Chilovem er · am · · " · dre ' Ch ·r & the H' h P k Ch · tl t d U of T Canadian Studies & Aboriginal. ' · n s OI . ig ar oirs, con uc. e •Nov.29 11:00am & 2:3Q: . . . . by B·ob Chilcott. St. John's Presbytenan Stud1es/Abongmal Music Days 2000. Na- Church, 415 Broadview Ave. 416-762-0657 Ro x ~orough Dr. 416-932-8666. $,5 (reserved seating).· •November 30 B;DD: Toronto Folk Singers' Club. Informal meeting with the purpose of exchanging songs, traditional or contemporary. TRANZAC, 292 Brunswick. 537-7422. F ~ee. 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