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Volume 6 Issue 4 - December 2000/January 2001

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  • December
  • Toronto
  • January
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HONOURABLE MENTION

HONOURABLE MENTION •December 7 9:00: Toronto Jazz Orchestra. Contemporary and Classic Big Band Music. Josh Grossman, conductor. The 360 Club, 326 Queen St. West.. 416·899- 5299. •December 11 8:00: Hampton Avenue. A cappella jazz septet sings seasonal music. Guests: Brian Wray jazz-trio. The Rex Jazz Bar, 194 Queen St.West. 416·598·2475. ,,. Mezzetta Restaurant Cafe, 681 St. Clair Ave. West. 416-658·5687. Cover . Wednesday Concerts in a.Cafe: Sets at 9: 1 S & 10:30pm (reservations rec om· mended for 1st set): *December 6: Kye Marshall (jazz duo) *December 20: Hu·Tsa·Tsa (klezmer duo) T 00 LATE TO LIST •*December 1 8:00: Roy Thomson Hall. The Irish Tenors Christmas Spectacular. 60 Simcoe. 416·870·8000. **December 4 7:30: Loft Community Services. A Season of Hope. 10th annual Christmas concert. Mark DuBois, Peter Gzowski, Mary Lou Fallis, Ofra Harnoy, Molly Johnson & other performers. St. James' Cathedral. 65 Church St. 416-979- 1994. $ lOO(patron),. **December 9 3:30 & 8:00, December 10 2:30: Scarborough Choral Society. Sounds of Christmas 2000. Markham Theatre for Performing Arts, 1.71 Town Centre Blvd. 416-293-3981. ~ 18, .. ••December 10 4:30: St. Andrew's United Church. A Service of Nine lessons and Carols. Music by Ager, Bolden, Sawarna Productions. The Nylons in Concert. & Swayne. 117 Bloor St. East. 416,929· Trinity·St. Paul's Church, 427 Bloor St. 0811. West. 416·870·8000, ••December 10 8:00: Toronto **December 24 9:00: Humbercrest Symphonic Brass. Solemn a!ld Ceremonial United Church. Britten.' Ceremony of Music., Works by Holst, Copland, Corigliano, Carols, ·Erica Goodman, harp; Fred K. Tomasi & others. Trinity College Chapel, 6 Graham, conductor. 16 Baby Point Rd. 416- Hoskin Ave. 416-497·4617. PWYC. 767·6122. Freewill offering. **December 16 7:00: DUO. lamplight ••January 20 8:00: St. Jacobs Country Christmas. Margot Rydall, flute; Schoolhouse Theatre. Fred Eaglesmith & Ivan Zilman, guitar. Black Creek Pioneer The Flying Squirrels, 11 Albert Street, St. Village, 1000 Murray Ross Parkway. 416· Jacobs. 519·664-1134. . 736-1733. Free with Centte admission. ••January 21 3:00: St. Jacobs **December 18-8:00: Obsidian Theatre Schoolhouse Theatre. Fred Eaglesmith Compan,y. Joyful Night: A Musical · •Solo, 11 Albert Street, St. Jacobs. 519-664- Celebration. Sandra Caldwell, John Alcorn, 113~ Z . Billy Newton Davis, Satori Shakoor, Thom **February 2 1:30: Toronto Children's Allison & other performers. Factory Theatre Chorus. Third Annual School Choir Studio, 125 Bathurst. 416·535·4068. . Invitational Festival Metropolitan United **December 22 8:00: B.C.Fiedler Church, 56 Queen St. E. 416-932-8666. . Academy Concert Series j27 INDEX OF PRESENTERS AND VENUES Acoustic Harvest 16 • Air Canada Centre 6 Please note: Numbers refer to dates, not WholeNote page numbers. 'T' Aldeburgh Connection 6,j28 before a number signifies January; "f", February; and "FA" after a venue All Saints' Kingsway Church 1,2 signifies that the listing is in "Further Afield" on page 44,45. All the King's Voices 2 Alliance for Can. New Music Projects 3 Civic Light Opera Company 7 Heliconian Hall 5,7,9,j21 Metropolitan United 10, 13, 17,j27 Alumnae Theatre j26 CJRTFM 4, 18,jl 5,j29 Heritage Theatre Brampton(fa) 2,7, Millpond Centre(fa) 9 Amadeus C.hoir 3, 13 Clarington Concert Barid(fa) 17 14-16, 18, 19,j19,j25,14,15,f7 Mississauga Big Band Jau Ensemble 10 Annex Singers 9 Community Christian Reformed Church 5 High Park Choirs of Toronto 2,3 ,_. Mississauga Children's Choir 16 Aradia Ensemble 1,j27 Con.Taki 5 Hillcrest United Church 3 Mississauga Choral Society 17 Arbor Oak 13,j26,j27 Concerts at St. George's 3 Holy Name Church 18 Mississauga Guitar Society 13 ARCAOY g Concertsingers 1o;16 Humber College Auditorium 17 Mississauga Symphony Orchestra 16,j20 Arkell Schoolhouse(fa) 2, 15 Contact Contemporary Music 3 Humber Jau Series 17 Montgomery's Inn 1,7 Art Gallery of Ontario 6 Convocation Hall 9, 10 Humbercrest United Church 3 Mooredale Concerts j20,j21 1 Artword Theatre 3, 13, 17 Coro San Marco 9, 17 Hunmingbird Centre jl 9,j20 Mooredale Youth Orchestras 10 Associates of the TSO j8 Covenant Refonned Church 9 I Furiosi Baroque Ensemble jl 9 Mozart Society jl 6,17 Attila Glatz Concert Productions jl Critical Mass 12,j30 Impact Promotions(fa) 15 Music at St. Anne's 3 Autumn Leaf Perfonnance 6 Deer Park Concerts 9 lnnerMusica j15 Music at St. John's f4 Bach Chamber Youth Choir 9 Don Mills Organ Society 20,jl 7 lnnerMusica(fa) j14 Music Gallery 1,2,4,7, 15 · Bach Children's Chorus 9 Downsview Symphony Orchestra 16 Jane Mallett Theatre 3,7, 12,21, Music Theatre Mississauga jl 9 Bach Consort 7 Du Maurier Theatre Centre j11,j16,j25,j27,11,14,16 Music Toronto 7, 12,j11,j16,j25,fl,16 Bach Elgar Choir(fa) 16 10, 17,j21,j26,j27 Jeunesses Musicales 10, 17,j21 Music Umbrella Chamber Concerts j20 Baroque Music Beside the Grange Durham Chamber OrchestrallaJ° 9 Jubilate Children's Chorus of Toronto 2 MusicCanadaMusique 2000 6 10,j14,13 Eastminster United 1,3, 10,j20,j27 Jubilate Singers 2 Musicians in Ordinary 2 Birch Cliff United Church 16 Echo Women's Choir 10 KammeITT1Usik Toronto 15 Na'amat Toronto j20 Bloor Street United Church 9,j27 Edward Day Gallery 1 Kim Shippey & Alyssa Michalsky 11 Neilson Park Creative Centre j28,14 BlllllB Appel Theatre j8 Elgin Theatre 5 Kingsway Baptist Church 2 New Music Concerts 7,j28,f4 1 Brampton Concert Band(lal 2 Elmer lseler Singers 7,12 Kingsway Baptist Chancel Choir 17 North Toronto Institute of Music j21 Brampton Symphony Orchestra(fa) 16 EMPressions Show Choir 9 Kiwanis Club of Casa Loma 4 N. Toronto Women's Chamber Choir 7 Brott Music Festival(fa) 6, 10, 18 Erindale Studio Theatre 7 Kiwanis Music festival 9 North York Central Library 14 Bumhamthorpe Auditorium 9 Espr~t Orchestra j2? . , Knox College Chapel j 19 North York Flute Choir 14 Burton Auditorium 1 f3 Etob1coke Centennial Choir 1,2 Koffler Centre of the Arts, North York Singers 3 Calvin Presbyterian Church 13 17 j26 j27 Etobicoke Community Concert Band 1 School of Music 17,j20 Oakham House Choir of Ryerson Calyx Concerts 3 ' ' ' Etob!coke Philhannonic Orchestra 7 Leah Posluns Theatre 9, 17,j20 Polytechnic University 9 Canadian Opera Company jl 9,j20 Etob!coke Youth Ban~ 2 Leaside Presbyterian Church j21 Oakville Centre 1-3}, 15,20,21 Canadian Orpheus Male Choir(fa) 22 , Etob1coke Youth Chmr 9 Leaside United Church 1 Q,j27 Oakville Choral Society 15, 16 Ganboulay Dance Theatre 13 Ettore ~auoleni Concert Hall 14,7, Leaside United Church Chancel Choir 10 Off Centre Music Salon j21 CanStage j8 9, 15,118 . Les AMIS Concerts 7, 12 OISE Auditorium 16 Cantabile Chorale of York Region 5 Exultate Chamber Singers 15 Lindsay Concert Foundation(fa) 3,j28 OnStage at Glenn Gould Studio Cantores Celestas 2 Fairview Library Theatre 1,7 Little Trinity Church 7 2,5,j25,12,14,16 Carruthers Creek Community Fanfare Theatrical Productions 15 Living Arts Centre-Mississauga Ontario Christian Music Assembly 23 Church,Ajax(fa) 3 First Unitarian Congregation 5,j 16, f7 1,3,9, 1O,j26,j28,13 Ontario Christian Music Assembly(! a) 19 Cathedral Bluffs Symphony 2,13 Flying Cloud Folk Club 3,9, 10,j7,j14,j28 Loretto Abbey 3 Ontario Science Centre 4; 18,jl 5,j29 Cathedral of the Transfiguration 17 Ge.org~ W~ton Recital Hall 3,9, 17, MacMillan Theatre 2,7, 11, 13,j21,12,13 Opera Buffa Inc. 1 · Catherine Tait 5 114,118,127 Maranatha Christian Reformed Opera in Concert 3 Centenary United,Hamilton(fa) 16, 18 Glen Hall 3 . . . Church,Bowmanville(fa) 19 Opera Mississauga 2 Central.United Church 9,j30 Glenn Gould Studio 1.1_1, 17,121,127,13 Mariposa 10 Opera Ontario(fa) j27 Central United Church Unionville 16 Grace Church on·lhe·Hill 2,9, 10, 16 Markham Concert Band 17 Orchestra Toronto 9 Chamber Music Unlimited 17 Great Music at St. Anne's 17,j7,j21, Markham Theatre for Perfonning Arts Orchestra Toronto Chamber Players j27 Christ Church j29 j26,14. 3, 17,f4 Oriana Singers 2 Christ Church Anglican,Brampton(fa) 2 Guelph Lrttle Theatre(fa) 3. Martingrove CJ. Auditorium 2 Oriana Singers of Northumberland(fa) j26 Christ Church Deer Park 271 o 16 Guelph Spnng Fest1val(fa) 120 Marylake Shrine 17 Orono Town Hall(fa) 17 Christ's Church Cathedral '11~11516 Hamilton Philhannonic (fa) 2,20,j12 Masques 12 Orpheus Choir of Toronto 7 Church of St. Leonard 1 o • ' Hamilton Place(fa) 2,6,7,20,22,jl 2,j27 Massey Hall 2,4,6,7, 16, 17,22,j22 Oshawa·DurhamSymphony (fa) 3 Church of St. Martin·in·the Fields 2,3 Hammerson Hall 2,3, 10, 16, 17,j20,j28,f3 Mclaughlin Perfonnance Hall Pax Christi Choral 9, 10 Church of St. Simon·the·Apostle 3, 17 Hampton Avenue 3 3,4,jlO,jl 7,j24,j31,16,17 Peel Choral Society(fa) 10 Church of the Redeemer 2 'Hannaford Street Silver Band 13 McMaster Free Lunchtime Concerts(fa) Penthelia Singers 3 Church of the Transfiguration 37 ' Harbourfront Centre 10, 17,j21 Hart House Music Committee 10 16, , Meadowvale Theatre 7,jl 9,j28 Pietro Drago Orchestra 9, 17 PRIME Mentors of Canada 16 46 Wholenote DECEMBER 1, 2000. JANUARY 31, 2001 Redeemer Oollege,Ancaster(fa) 10 Remenyi Room j 14 Renaissance Singers(fa) 2 Richview Collegiate Auditorium 7 River Run Centre,Guelphllal j20 Riverdale Youth Singers 18 Robert Gill Theatre 7 Rosedale Heights School 10 Rosedale Presbyterian Church 3,j28 Rothko Trio 15 Roy Thomson Hall 2,6.7,9· 11, 14, 16, 23,29,j 1,j 11,jl 5·j17,j20,j21, j23·j25,j27,j28, I 1 ·13 Roy Thomson Hall Volunteers 1,7, 15,j5,j12,jl 9,j26 Rayai Bank Theatre 1,9, 16,j26, 13 RCM 1,2,9, 15, 17,j14,j27;13 RCM Alumni Ass., Tor onto Chapter 3 RCM Glenn Gould Professional School 2,4,7,j18 Royal Ontario Museum j 12 Runnymede United Church 2 Saint Thomas's Choir 3 Saint Thornas's Church 2,9, 10, 15,22 Salvation Anny Yorkminster Corps 9 Sanderson Centre(fa) 19,22,31,j17,f7 Saturday Night Music at St. George's 2,j27 Scarborough Community Concert Band 18 Scarborough Music Theatre 11 Scarborough Philhannonic 9 Scarborough Village Theatre fl Sears 5 Silverthorn Collegiate Auditorium 1 ' Sine Nomine Ensemble 2,22 Sinfonia Toronto 13 Sir Sandford Fleming College,(fa) 3,j28 Slide Rule Trombone Ensemble 12 Small World Music 1,j20 St. Andrew's Church 7, 17,j30 St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church,Kitchener(fa) 2 St. Anne's Church 2,3 St. Augustin of Canterbury Church 9 St. Boniface Church 9 St. Clement's Church .1 St. Dominic's Church 15, 16 St. George the Martyr Church 1-3,10,15,j14,f3 St. George's Anglican Churi:~ 2, 16,j27 St. George's on·the·Hill Church 3 St. James' Cathedral 5,7,9, 12, 17,j2,j9,j16,j23,j30,16 St. John's Church j14,14 St. Luke's United Church 9 St. Margaret Mary Church 17 ' St. Mark's United Church,Whitby(fa) 9 St. Mary's Church,Bramptonllal 10 St. Michael's Choir School 16, 17

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Cody Hall, St. Paul's public) at 273 Bloor St. West: Bloor Street, 227 Bloor St. E. 416-221-4864. *Dec.1 11:0Dam & 2:30: Helen Yorke, *December 612:30: Nathan Phillips piano/vocal; Dec.7 1'D:DDam,Dec.S Square. 9th Annual Tuba Festival Outdoor 1 D:DDam, 2:00 & 5:00: Claude Frank, piano; Christmas carol celebration for singers & low Oec.8 4:00: Sarah Chang, violin; Dec.8 brass players, amateur & professional. Bring 1D:DDam, 2:00 & 5:00: Herbert Greenberg, ACCOUNTING AND INCOME FOR SALE: 56 White Jacket Style your tuba and your best singing voice. 1 DO violin; Dec.8 1 D:DDam & 2:00: Russell TAX SERVICE for small business and Blouses for Female Choristers, Long Queen St. West. 416-485-6061. Oagon, clarinet; Dec.14 1 D:DDam & 2:00: individuals1 to save you time and money, _ Sleeves, Pearl Buttons, Various Sizes, *December 10 2:00: Scotiabank. Holiday Leon Fleisher, piano; Dec.141:00 & 2:00: custdmized to meet your needs. Norm Per Blouse; Please contact: Tamara Big Band Oance. 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Detailed study available MAUREEN SMITH MUSIC 'STU· revealed in the style of a Hollywood awards WORKSHOPS - J.S.Bach, Renaissance, Jazz. Art DIO, Ongoing Adult Courses. night. Voting ballots are available in The Levine, MA, ARCT; Host of "This is Feldenkrais, Alexander & Mitzvah Tech- . Globe a'nd Mail, or patrons can vote on the *December 10 1:30: Toronto Early Music Art" on CBC; RCM Professional School nique for RSI, Discover Your Singing TSO web.site at www.tso.on.ca. Players' Organization. Workshop with Faculty; Instructor, University of To- Voice, Psychology of Performance, Katherine Hill, vocalist/viola da gambist. ronto, etc. 416-924-8613. Visit website: Theory, Harmony & Chords, Piano, Lansing United Church, 49 Bogert Ave. 416- www.artlevine.com LECTURES 480-0225. . •January 17 8:00: Toronto Wagner *December 28 S:DD: Toronto Folk. FESTIVAL WIND ORCHES- Utta Auclair M.Mus. Society. Wagner's Enthusiastic French Singers' Club. 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