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Volume 6 Issue 6 - March 2001

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HONOURABLE MENTION

HONOURABLE MENTION CONTINUED *March 11: Debra Alexander & Kristy McGraw *March 18: Raymond St. Germaine •March 25: Lianna Mezzetta Restaurant Cafe, 681 St. Clair Ave. West. 416-658-5687. Cover . Wednesday Concerts in a Cafe: Sets at 9: 15 & 10:30pm {reservations recommended for 1st set): ~March 7: Brian Katz' Jazz duo New Jazz •March 21: Dim Ross, guitar/vocals *Missionfest 2001. Musicfest. Gospel music extravaganza. Metro Toronto Convention Centre, south building, 222 Bremner Blvd. 416-407 -3378. Free. *March 2 7:00: Selections; 8:15: Capstone · *March 3 10:30am: Hiram Joseph; 7:00: Londa larmond,· 8:15: Kelita *March 4 2:00: Sharon Riley and Faith Chorale; 4:00: Toronto Mass Choir Rd. South Arkell. 519-763-7528. . *March 3 8:00: Art Music Chamber Ensemble. Two Suites by John Coltrane. Thornborough 1200, Engineering Building at University of Guelph. < cimrie@uoguelph.ca > . *March 10 8:00: Arkell Schoolhouse. Penderecki String Quartet. Ctiurch,of Our Lady, Guelph. 519-763-7528. . *March 17 8:00: Arkell Schoolhouse. Kai Gleusten, violin. 843 Watson Rd. South Arkell. ,905-509-8855. 519-763-7528. . *March 23 8:00: Friends of Music. Les Violons TOO LATE TO LIST du Roy. Port Hope United Church. 1-800-484· 586-5797. ,. 5092. . *March 2 8:00: Arkell Schoolhouse. Elizabeth *March 24 7:30: Northumberland Orchestra· Dolin, cello & Brigitte Poulin, piano. 843 Watson Society. Northumberland.Millennium Fanfare. INDEX OF PRESENTERS AND VENUES St. Mary's Secondary School, Cobourg. 905- 342-3743. *March 24 8:00: Arkell Schoolhouse. Moshe Hammer, violin with string sextet. 843 Watson Rd. South Arkell. 519-763-7528. . *March 24 8:00: Capitol Theatre. Barachois. 14 Queen St. Port Hope. 1-800-484-5092. *March 31 7:30: Durham Philharmonic Choir. Mostly Mozart. St. George's Church, Oshawa. *April 1 2:00: Royal Ontario Museum. From Genesis to Gershwin. 100 Queen's Park .. 416- *April 1 4:00: Parkdale Hunt. Holy Family Church, 1372 King St. West. 416-538-8250. Suggested donation -. NOTE: NUMBERS REFER TO.DATES, Ou Maurier Theatre Centre 3, 11 Kiwanis Music Festival Our Lady of Sorrows Church 4 The Chapel, Victoria University 2: 3, 17 NOT PAGES; "A" BEFORE A DATE = Eastninster' United Church of Greater Toronto 7 Pantages Theatre20, 27 The Meeting Place 29, a 1 APRILi ."FA" AFTER A NAME MEANS 2. 10, 23, a7 Knox College Chapel a7 Performing Arts York Region 16 The New Guitar a6, a7 THE LISTING IS IN "FURTHER Echo Women's Choir 10 LaNef a6 Peter Treen 27 The Stone Church 3 AFIELD" PAGE 36 Epilepsy Ontario 4 Leah Posluns Theatre 3, a6 Polish Canadian Society of Music 24 Theatre Aquarius, Hamlton(fa} 11, 18 Estonian House 3 Leaside Presbyterian Church 11 Rachel Persaud 20 Theatre Passe Muraille 20 Academy Concert Series 10, a7 Etobicoke Centennial Choir 31 Leigha Lee Browne Theatre 7 Random Acts of Music Ensemble 23 Thornhill Presbyterian Church 16 Acoustic Harvest Folk Club 24 Etobicoke Collegiate Auditorium 23, .24 Les AMIS Concerts 2 Renaissance Singers(fa} 31 Thornhill United Church 31 Air Canada Centre a6 Etobicoke COOlll\!flity Lindsay Concert Foundation (fa} 25 River Run Centre, Guelph(fa} 10, 18 Tivori Theatre, Harnilton(fa} 31 Aldeburgh ,Comection 4 Concert Band 23, 24 Living Arts Centre Mississaug~ 2, 3, 18, Riverdale EnserTille 17 Toronto Cantata Chorus 18 All The King's VoiceS 24 Etobicoke Youth Band 3 30,al. a6 Roberta Laking 27 Toronto Centre All-Saints Kingsway Church 20, 27 • Ettore Mazzoleni Concert Hall MacMillan Theatre 9, 24, 30, 31. a7 Rosedale Concert Series a 1 for the Performing Arts 11 Amadeus & Amati Enseni)les 25 4, 5, 17, 24, 25, 29, al, a5, a7 Mariposa 18 Rosedale Heights School a 1 Toronto Chamber Choir 4 Aiiici EnserTille 2 Fai~awn Heights United Church a 1 Markham CDncert Band 4 Rosedale United Church a 1 Toronto Children's Chorus 3 All(lex Singers a7 Flying Cloud Folk Club Markham Theatre Roy Thomson Hall Toronto Classical Singers 4 Applewood Homestead 25 4, 11. l7, 18, 25, al 4, 14, 16, 18, 20, 21, ~1 1.7. 0. 10. 24, 21. 20. 30 Toronto Consort a6 Annour Heights Church 10 Fog and Gas Productions 9 Martingrove Collegiate Institute 3 Roy Thomson Hall Volunteers Toronto Heliconian Club 20 ArtufTml EnserTille a2 Fog and Gas Productions {fa} 11, 18 Marylake Stvine 31 2, 9, 16, 23. 30 T oropto Latvian Concert Association 11 Artword Theatre 4, 15 Fretwork Viol Consort 6 Massey Han 30 Royal Bank Theatre 2, 3, 31 Toronto Mendelssohn Youth Choir 3 Associates of the Frost Theiitre, Sir Sandford Flening Mclaugh~n Performance Hall 7, 14, Royal Conservatory of Music . Toronto Opera Repertoire 21 Toronto Svn1Jhony Orchestra a2 College 25 18, 21. 23, 28, a4 4, 5, 16, 17, 24, 25, 29, al. a5, a7 Toronto Organ Club 26 Baroque Music Beside the Grange 30 George Weston Recital HaH 3, 4, 7, 18, Meadowvale Theatre 4, 23 Royal York Road United Church 24 Toronto Philhamxmia 22 Bell' Arte Singers 3 20-22 Meniam Music Concert Series 23 Saint Thomas' Church4, 9, 31, a7 Toronto Sinfonietta 25, a7 Beth Tikvah Social Action Glenn Gould Studio 14, 8, 9, 11. 15, Millpond Centre{fa} 3, a7 Salon des Refuses 25 Toronto SYIJllhony Orchestra Committee 27 16, 18, 22, 25, 29, a2. a6 Milton Concert Presentations{fa} 23 Salvation Army T lll11Jle, 1, 4, 7, 8, 10, 20, 21. 24, 29, 30 Beth Tikvah Synagogue 27 Golomb Concert Managenert a 1 Mississauga Guitar Society 31 Oshawa{fa} 3, a7 Toronto Theatre Organ Society 5, a2 Betty Oiphant Theatre 3 Grace Church oirthe;Hill 3 . Mississauga Syrlllhony Orchestra 3, 31 Sanderson Centre{fa} 31 Toronto Welsh Male Voice Choir 31 Bickford Centre Theatre 21 Grand Rivei-Chorus 0of Brantford {fa) 17 Mooredale Concerts 11 Scaiborough Bel Canto Choir a 1 Toronto Wind Orchestra 2 Birch Cliff United Chll'ch 24 .. Guelph Concert Band{fa} 18 Mooredale Junior & Scarborough Civic Centre 4 Toronto Youth Wind Orchestra 3 Bloor Street United Church 6, 24, a7 Guelph Spring Festival(fa} 10 Youth Orchestras al Seeley Hall, Trinity College 24 TRANZAC4, 11; 17, 18,25,al Bloorview Epilepsy Harnilton Philharmonic Orchestra r.iusic Around Us 8, 15, 22. 29 · SFX Theatrical Group 20, 27 Trinity Chamber Ensemble 4 · Research Program 4 {fa} 2. 31 Music at Rosedale 25, a 1 Sine Nomne Ensemble Trinity-St. Paul's Church Brad Halls{fa} 23, 24 Hamilton Place{fa) 2, 31 Music at St. Clement's 25 for Medieval Music 9 4, 6-11. 24, 29-a2, a6 Brigantine Room a 1 Haniton Theatre lnc.{fa) 23 Music at St. John's 3, a7 Sinfonia Toronto 3, a7 T ryptych Productions 3 Canadian Celtic Choir of London 31 Hanmerson Han 3, 17, 18, 30, 31, a6 Music Theatre Mississauga 23 Southside CorrmJnity Church 23 University of T ororito at Scarnorough Canacian Opera C01J1J811y 11, a6, a7 Hamaford Street Silver Band 11 Music Toronto 1; 8, 13, 22 St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church 31 · 7,29,al cantabile Chorale of York Region 31 Harnourfront Centre 3, 11, a 1 Music Unilrella Chamber Concerts 2 St. Anne's Church4, 18, 30, al University of Toronto Cathedral Bluffs Hart House Music Committee MusicMakers {fa} 10 St. Clerrent'sChurch 3, 25 Faculty of Music 1-3, 7, 8, 14, 15, S\'flllhony Orchestra 3 13, 20, 27, a3 New Music Concerts 4 St. Dunstan of Canterbury Church a 1 18, 21-24, 28-31, a5-a7 CBC Radio 1 Heliconian Club a 1 Newmarket Theatre a 1 St. George the Martyr Church 30, a 1 University of Toronto Opera Division 9 Central United Church a7 Heliconian Han 2, 4, 20, a5-a7 North Toronto Institute of Music 11 St. George's Anglican Church 31 Upper Canada College Band 3 Christ Church 26 Heritage Theatre Bri1r4lton{fa} i. 8 North York Singers 3 St. George's on the Hill Church 25 Victoria Scholars 4 Christ Church Deer Park . Holy Trinity Coorch 10 Northdale Concert Band 4 St. George's United Church 31 Victoria-Royce Church 10, 27 4, 11, 18, 24, 25, al Hope Christian Reform Church. Oakville Centre for the Perforning Arts St. James' Cathedral Visual and Performing Arts Christ's Church Cathedral, Brantford {fa} 17 3.4. 16, 25, a7 6, 9, 13, 20, 27, a3 Newmarket a 1 Harnilton(fa) 23 HllTlber College Auditorium 21 Oakville SYIJllhony Orchestra a7 St. John's Church 3, a7 Voices31 Church of the Holy Trinity 25 HllTlber Jazz Series 21 Off Centre. Music Salon 18 St. Martin-iirthe-Fields Churc~ 31 Voices of Showtirre 14, 16, 18 . Coorch of the T ransliguration 4 Hummngbird Centre for OnStage at Glem Gould>Studio 6, 10; St. Paul's Bloor Street Waldorf Fonrn 5 CJRTFM12 the Performing Arts 17, a6, a7 13,27 1, 3, 8, 15, 22, 29, a5 WalterHall 1.4.7. 8, 11, 14, 15, 18, Classic Jazz Society of Toronto 3 I Furiosi Baroque Ensentile a7 Ontario Science Centre 12 Star-Scape Singers 17, 24 21-23, 28, 29, a5, a6 Concert Hau at Victoria Hall, · lnnemllsica 5, 6 Opera Encore 10 Stephen Leacock Collegiate Institute 3 Weston Silver Band a7 Cobourg {fa} 10, 23, 24 Islington United Church 31 Opera in Concert 31 Strings Across the Sky 23 Whitby Sunrise Rotary Club{fa} 1 Coocerts at St. George's 25 Jane Mallett Theatre Opera Mississauga 17 • Studio Theatre, Hamlton{fa} 23 Willowdale United Church 3, 24 Concertsingers 4 1,4,8, 11, 13, 17,22.24,31 Orchestra Toronto 3, a6 Symphony Harnilton(fa} 31 Women's Musical Club of Toronto 8 Counterpoint Community Orchestra 3 Jeunesses Musicales of Ontario 11, a 1 Oriana Singers 3 T afelmusik Baroque Orchestra York SYIJllhony Orchestra 31. al Critical Mass 28 Joanne Smale Productions a6 Orpheus Choir of Toronto 9 7-11. 29-al York University Dept. of Music Crow's Theatre 20 Jubilate Singers 24 Oshawa Civic Auditoriurii{fa} 1 Tallis Choir31 7, 14, 18, 21, 23, 27-29, a4 Deer Park Concerts 3 Kim Kendrick 4 Os/lawa-Durham Syrlllhony Te Deum Orchestra & Singers 24 Yorkmnster Park Church 7, 14, 21, 28 llon M~ls Organ Society 21 Kiwanis CIW of Casa Loma 5, a2 Orchestra (fa} 3, a7 Te. Deum Orchestra & Singers(fa} 23 38 wholenote MARCH 1, 2001 ·APRIL 7, 2001

. THE ETCETERA FILE .... y '- F ~ • ' • ' ANNOUNCEMENTS *March 10 8:00: ARRAYMUSIC. CO Launch Party: 25 Miniatures. Showcasing short compositions written in honour of the 20th &. 25th anniversary seasons. ARRAYMUSIC Studio, 60 Atlantic Ave. Suite 218. 416· 532-3019. ,(includes CD). *March 12. 16: Christ Church Deer Park. Crescendo! Music and drama program .for children ages 7·14. · Activities will include vocal techniques & exercises, choir rehearsals, drama activities, multicultural arts workshops presented by special guests. Weekday mornings, 9:00am . 12:30. 1570 Yonge St. 416-444-5858 ext.344. 0 for applications received by March 1. • *March 17 7:00am: Christ Church Deer Park. Hymn-a· Thon. Reading of all the hymns from the new Anglican Church Hymnal. Drop in any time dyring the day; stay & sing for as long as you like. 1570 Yonge St. 416-920· 5211. Free. *March 1 B 3:00: Pax Christi Chorale. A Victorian Spring Tea Party. Features tea, sherry & other delectable light refreshments; charity auction; musical entertainment by Pax Christi Chorale &"conductor Stephanie Martin. Christ Church Deer Park, 1570 Yonge St. 416-494-7889. Admission by donation (suggested minimum , advance reservation required). •March 24 8:00: Calypso Cabaret. Fundraising evening of singing & dancing to the tropical beat with The Melotones Steel Band & merengue dance instruction by Steve Nelson. Willowdale United Church, 349 Kenneth Ave. 416· 225-2255. ,. *March 25 2:00: Royal Ontario Museum. Musical Pawns. Stories of Jewish composer David Nowakowsky and Russian Orthodox Christian composer Mykolos Leontovich, including video presentation of a reconstruc· tion of the 1908 inaugural concert of the Jewish M~sic Society of St. Petersburg. i 00 Queen's Park. 416-586· 5797. (general), O(members/sr/st). *March 25 3:00: Memorial Service for Baritone Victor Braun. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park·. 416-978-3744. *March 31: Brampton Symphony Orchestra. Annual Gala Viennese Ball. Leander Mendoza, tenor; Janez Govednik, conductor. Lionhead Golf & Country Club, 8525 · Mississauga. Rd., Brampton. 905-454-8504. 5. *March 31 & April 1: International Resource Centre For Performing Artists. An Encounter with Soprano Shirley Verrett. Offering career assessment & direction for singers, coaches, pianists & conductors. Twelve • par)icipants. Columbus Centre, 901 Lawrence Ave. West. 416-362-1422. 0(1RC members), 5(non-members; includes IRC membership). Observers welcome: / session or $ 70 for all 4 sessions. · *March 31 5:00: International Resource ce·ntre For Performing Artists. Fundraising reception & dinner. Commemorating the life & career of the late Louis Quilico. Soprano Shirley Verrett and Canadian. soprano Clarice Carson share their memories of him: 416-362-1422. . Proceeds to benefit the IRC's Careers in focus program. LECTURES *March 2 1 O:OOam: Royal Conservatory of Music Glenn Gould Professional School/Nevil Music Concerts. Composer Forum ·.The Music and Ideas of Charles WuiJrinen. Lecture/demonstration by the renowned American composer. 273 Bloor St. West, Room M308. 416-408-2824. Free. • *March 2 7:30: Toronto Gilbert & Sullivan Society. Talk on Topsy-Turvy; reminisce.nces of two D'Oyly Carte principals: Co~y Hall, St. Paul's Bloor Street, 227 Bloor St. East. 416-221-4864. *March 13 9:30am: Royal Conservatory of Music. Music and Communications: The Art of Glenn Gould. Lecture by John Roberts. Ettore Mazzoleni Concert Hall, 273 Blopr St. West. 416- . 408-2824. Free. *March 14 9:30am: Royal Conserva· tory of Music. What has Glenn Gould /lift us? Some perspectives on his ideas & his place in the history of music performance. Lecture by Jqhn Roberts. Ettore Mazzoleni Concert Hall, 273 Bloor St. West. 416- 408-2824. Free. *March 15 9:30am: Royal Conserva· tory of Music. Glenn Gould as Educator. Lecture by John Roberis. Ettore Mazzoleni Concert Hall, 273 Bloor St. West. 416- 408-2824. Free. · *March 23 6:30: Toronto Reference Library. Lecture by jaz.z critic Mark Miller. 789 Yonge St. 416-393-7131.Free. , •March 24 1 :DO: University of Toronto Faculty of Music. Shostakovich 2001 at · U of T Public Forum: Hearing His True Voice? Illustrated lectures & Experts' Round Table. Laurel Fay, musicologist & biographer; Leonid Maximenkov, Stalin era historian; panel of Russianists, musicians & critics. Old Vic Building, Victoria University, 91 Charles St. West. Reservations:· 416· 946-8994. Free. ' *March 26 ·8:00: Toronto Wagner Society. Wagner and the Bel Canto Tradition. Lecture by Mary Ann Smart. Arts & Letters Club, 14 Elm St. 416-966-5289. Members free; non-members by donation (- suggested). •April 1 1 :DO: Canadian Opera Company. Face to Face Lecture: Britten's Billy Budd. Stephen Ralls, speaker. Joey and Toby Tanenbaum Opera Gentre, 227 Front St. East. 416· 363-8231. . Sunday March 25 • 2 - 4 pm The music' of David Nowakowski and tvlvkolos Leontovic.h h;is not been heard in 1 0\'cr'80 rears. Enjoy an· enlightening aftrrnoOn ,~·irh Cantor Ron Gr;~ncr and soprano Stdiana Hindaloua. From Genesis to Gershwin Sunday April I • 2 - 4 pm T.1ke a tour thrnugh 2000 years of J,,wish music C;tnr.ors.Ron Gr:mer and Aaron · Bensoussan are joined by composer songwritl'L" Penn}' Blake. Admission per event: ROl'vl inembers, seniors, students$ IO General public $I 2 Call 416 586-5797 for tickets ·MASTERCLASS ES *Royal Conservatory of Music Glenn Gould Professional School. 273 Bloor St. West. 416-408· 2824. Upcoming master classes (all free to the public): *Mar 1 9:30am: Gilbert.Kalish, piano · *Mar 1 2:00: Gilbert Kalish, chamber music *Mar 2 1 O:OOam & 2:00: Gilbert Kalish, piano· •Mar 2 5:00: Gilbert Kalish, chamber music *Mar B 11:00am: Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg, violin *Mar 9 2:00: David Stewart, violin *Mar 17 2:00 & 5:00: Donald Liuzzi, percussion *Mar 1 !i time TlfA: Edwin Barker, double bass *Mar 22 10:00am & 2:00: Leon Fleisher, piano *Mar 23 10:00am & 2:00: Leon Fleisher, piano continues MARCH 1, 2001 - APRIL 7, 2001 wholenote 39

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