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Volume 7 Issue 2 - October 2001

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' A. C. E. MUSIC STUDIO THE ACADEMY CaNCER~ SERIES THE AmEBURGH (:ONNECTION • ALEXANDER SINGERS AND PlAYERS . ALL THE I KI~G's VoiCEs AM,\DEUS CHOIR AMiCI CH/\MBER ENSEMBLE ARBOR OAK AR~ELL SCHOOLHOUSE GALLE~Y ARRAYMUSIC J HE AsSOCIATES OF THE TORONTO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA AUTUMN LEAF OPERA & PERFORMANa THE BACH CHILDREN'S CHORUS,AND BACH CHAMBER YourHCHOIR BAROQUE MUSIC BESIDE THE GRANGE Bm' ARTE SINGERS BELLEFNR 'UNITED CHURCH CHOIR CAMMAC (CANADIAN AMATEUR MUSICIANS I MUSICIENS AMATEURS DU CANADA) Co\NADI~N. CHILDREN'S OPERA CHORUS CAN,..DIAN MUSIC CENTRE CANADIAN OPERA COMPANY CANADIAN SINGERS CANTORES CELESTES. WOMEN'S CHOIR CATHEDRAL B LU~FS SYMPHONY 0RCHESJRA CENTURIES OPERA AssOCIATION · · CHRIST CHURCH DEER PARK CHURCH OF THE HOLY T RINITYfMUSIC MONDAYS CHURCH o 'F Sr. SIMON-THE-APOSTLE CHOIR COLlABORATIONs; A CHAMBER ARTS EXPERIENa COMMON THREAD COMMUNITY CHORUS OFT ORONTO CoNaRTSINGERS CoNCERTS AT Sr. GmRGE's CONSORT CARITATIS CONTINUUM CONTEMPQRARY MUSIC COUNTERPOINT COMMUNITY ORCHESTRA DANCE OREMUS DANSE DEER PARKCONaRTS ' DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC, YORK UNIVERSITY DUO Duo L'INTEMPOREL EARSHoT EAST y ORK BARBERSHOPPERS ELMER ISELER SINGERS ELORA FESTIVAL SINGERS ENSEMBLE NOIR ERGO PROJECTS EsPRrr ORcHESTRA ETOBICOKE ~NTENN IAL CHOIR ETOBICOKE CoMMUNITY CoNaRT BAND ETOBICOiq: MUSICAL PRODUCTIONS ETOBICOKE PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA ETOBICOKE YOUTH BAND EXUlT ATE CHAMBE~ SINGERS . FACULTY QF MUSIC, UNIVERSITY OFT ORONTO FESTIVAL WIND ORCHESTRA , GLENN Gouw PROFESSIONAL ScHOOL GLENN Gouw STUDIO GRACE CHURC.H ON-THE-HILL GRYPHON TRIO HAMPTON AVENUE HANNAFORD STREET SILVER BAND HARBOURFRONT CENTRE HELICONIAN HALL HIGH.P ARK CHoiRS OFT ORONTO I FURIOSI BAROQUE ENSEMBLE INNERMUSICA )UBilATE SINGERS KIWANIS MUSIC FESTIVAL OF GREATER ToRONTO lAKESHORE ARTS LES AMIS CONCERTS MISSISSAUGA CHILDREN's CHOIR MISSISSAUGA .CHORAL SociETY MISSISSAUGA POPS CONCERT BAND MUSIC ALIVE I . MUSIC AT'METROPbUTAN MUSIC AT ST. )OHN'S Mus1c: GALLERY AT Sr. GEORGE MUSIC TORONTO ,.. MUSIC UMBRELlA NATHANIEL Den CHORALE . NEw ADVENTURES 1N SouND ART . NEw GuiTAR . NEw Mus1c CoNCERTS NEW OPERA AND CONCER'TS CENTRE (THE NOCC) . NORTH TORONTO INSTITUTE OF MUSIC NoRTH ToRONTO WoMEN's CHAMBER CHOIR 0AKVILLE CHILDREN'S CHOIR 0AKVILLE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA OFF CENTRE MUSIC SALON OPERA ANONYMOUS OPERA A TELlER OPERA DIVISION, FACULTY OF MUSIC, UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO OPERA IN CONCERT OPERA MISSISSAUGA OPERA ONTARIO ORCHESTRA TORONTO ORIANA SINGERS ORlON HousE ARTISTS MANAG.EMENT ORPl-IEUS CHOIR OFT ORONTO PATRONS OF WISOOM 'PAX CHRISTI CHORALE RENAISSANa SINGERS RIVERDALE ENSEMBLE . R1VERDALE YouTH SINGERS ROY T HOMSON HALL AND MASSEY HALL . SACRED Mus1c SociETY Sr. ANDREw's UNITED CHuRcH ST. )AMES'CATHEDRAU0RGAN ALTERNATIVES THE SHEVCHENKO MUSICAL ENSEMBLE ' ' SINE NOMINE ENSE,._,;BLE FOR MEDIEVAL MUSIC SINFONIATORONTO . SING FOR SIGHT SMALL WoRL~ Mus1c SociETY SONG CiRCLE ( r r :. : SOUNDSTREAMS CANADA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA OF CANADA T AFELMUSIK BAROQUE 0RCHEST,;_.. lj.LISKER PlAYERS iALLIS CHOIR ' T APESTR.Y New OPERA WoRKS THEATRE OF IDEAS TORONTO ALL STAR BIG BAND TORONTO CAMERA TA CHAMBER CHOIR TORONTO CENTRE FOR THE ARTS ToRONTO CHILDREN's CHoRus ·TORONTO CHORAL SociETY TORONTO CLASSICAL SINGERS THE TORONTO CONSORT TORONTO EARLY MUSIC CENTRE TORONTO MENDELSSOHN CHOIR T oRot

A.C.E. MUSIC STUDIO Artistic Director: Agnes Chan-Wong Location: Richmond Hill (Leslie &16'" Ave.) Tel: 905-770-6869 E-mail: a.c.e.@3web.net A.C.E. Music Studio is committed to nurture young and mature musidans. It helps give its' members a chance to learn with professionals and give them a chance to perform in the communities and in festivals. They have performed in Heritage Village Day. Festival of Lights, Ontario Arts Week, Elvis Stojko Skating Show for Charity and civic events. The members also strive for academic levels by taking exams. A.C.E. holds an annual concert for charity, namely York Region Women Wellness program, Richmond Hill Food Bank, and many more. Performance venues have included Toronto Centre for the Performing Arts, Vaughan City Playhouse, and many concert halls & churches. Programs included: Piano, Singing and Broadway performance (Solo & Groups) THE ACADEMY CONCERT SERIES Music Director: Nicolai Tarasov Administrator: Alexandra Eshelman Address: 72 Hamilton Street, Toronto, ON M4M 2C8 Tel: (416) 889-5414 Fax: (416) 778-9455 E~mail: academycs@home.com Since 1991, the Academy Cor!ert Series has presented baroque, classical and romantic music of highest calibre, using period instrument$ and a historically informed performance style. The ACS seeks to recreate for modem audiences the intimate feeling and ambience of authentic chamber music recitals. This year's series of five concerts will feature less-frequently played, but exquisitely beautiful works of great composers, each presented on the composer's terms. November 10,2001- Christina Mahler and Charlotte Nediger present the "Best of Bach" on violoncello, piccolo cello and harpsichord; January 26, 2002 - Nicolai Tarasov intrqduces the "~ of the Bar9que Clarinet", performing works by Molter on the rarely heard clarinet in d with string orchestra; February 16, 2002 -Toronto's Trio Con ·Brio returns to the ACS with a delightful program of early romantic music; April 13, 2002 - The Toronto Classical Players explore the repertoire of Mozart, Beethoven and Haydn; May 18, 2002 - Ingenious duets for two rival instruments of the baroque era, the cello and viola da gamba See all five concerts for only ! · ~ THE AI.PEBURGH .CONNECTION Artistic Directors: Stephen Rails and Bruce Ubukata Administrative ,Coordinator: Carol Anderson Mail: 74 Follis Avenue, Toronto M6G 1S6 Tel. 416 531-3330 Fax 416 531-0797 E-mail: contact@aldeburghconnection.org Web site www.aldeburghconnection.org · The Aldeburgh Connection announces its 20th Anniversary Season! We will celebrate with more concerts of vocal and piano music, including three special events in mid-Ja,nuary -a solo recital with baritone Gerald Finley on Friday. January 11, a Birthday Salon with a large cast of sixteen soloists in the grand style of 19th and 20th century musical parties on Sunday afternoon, January 13, and The Great Song Marathon, an C).ll-day hit parade of art song on Saturday, January 19. Our Sunday Series at the Edward Johnson Building continues 'with its theme programs combining music and readings, we are presenting five song recitals at the Glenn Gould Studio, and two more Young Artists Recitills, featuring talented young singers on the verge of important careers. For information or a season brochure: 416-691-2007. ALExANDER SINGERS AND PLAYERS ' Artistic Director: Angel a Hawaleshka Address: 54 Manor Haven Road, Toronto, M6A 2J 1 Phone: 416-787-7388 Fax: 416-947-3335 E-mail: Publicity@alexandersingers.com Website: www.alexandersingers.com The Alexander Singers and ·Players started out as a choir under the direction of Angela Hawaleshka 14 years ago, and has evolved to reach quasi-professional status. Critics acclaim it as one of the best in Toronto. Many of their productions have been Gilbert and Sullivan operettas,but they have also presented productions of Die Fledermaus, The Merry Wido~ Sweeney Todd, and fiddler on the Roof . The group has a strong educational mandate that includes offering an annual scholarship to outstanding participants. They are also active in fundraising for charitable causes like the Arthritis Society and Casey House Hospice .. All members of the company have a strong musical foundation, and the Alexander Singers and Players have provided chorus for the Huntsville Festival of the Arts and for the Toronto Operetta Theatre's productions of Die Fledermaus and The Merry Widow. In the spring of 2002, the Alexander Singers and Players will be presenting. their 15'h anniversary production, which promises to be a very exciting event .. New singers welcome. ALL THE KING'S VOICES Conductor: David King Location: Willowdale United Church 349 Kenneth Avenue, North York Phone/ Fax 416;225-2255 Website: www.allthekingsvoices.ca All The King's Voices is an auditioned mixed-voice chorus that performs a variety of .music from medieval to contemporary. The chorus presents its own eclectic concert season and is often invited to perform throughout Greater Toronto and Southern Ontario. Modem culture challenges us to see, · hear and feel its art forms. This in effect is an invitation to experience art. So with choral music it is one thing to listen to a choir and yet another thing to experience it. This, then, is your invitation to experience All The King's Voices' 2001/2002 concert season. It's a season filled with choral treasures, musical favourites, and eclectic variety - music that is certain to entertain and evoke the emotion of the moment. Add in the enthusiasm of All The King's Voices under. the direction of David King and the result is performance 9_f a high calibre. Please join us. Experience the music of the 2001/2002 Season: "Holiday Tapestry" - Sunday. December 9, 2001 at 7:30 pm and "Choral Classics"- Saturday, May 4, 2002 at 8:00pm. AMADEUS CHOIR Conductor/ Artistic D.irector: Lydia Adams Accompanist: El ea nor Daley General Manager: Judith Young 75 The Donway West, Suite 410, Toronto, ON M3C 2E9 Tel: 416-446-0188 Fax: 416-446-0187 E-mail: amachoir@idirect.clim Web: www.amadeuschoir.com This celebrated 115-voice choir will present a five-concert subscription series this season. Three performances will take place at the Weston Recital Hall (where they are Choir-in­ Residence), and two will be in downtown Toronto. The Choir will also perform a number of non-subscription concerts in collaboration with other musical groups. The Amadeus ,Choir, conducted by Lydia Adams, is considered to be in the first rank nationally and is renowned for its musicality and glorious sound. The Choir us11ally performs with full orchestra or instrumental ensemble but is also noted for its challenging a cappella performances. Founded 27 years ago, the Amacleus Choir has been conducted by Lydia Adams for the past 16 seasons. In 1987 Ms. Adams created . the annual Christmas Carol and Chanukah Song Writing Competition, which serves as an encouragement for composers of all ages and levels of experience to create new works i!nd expand Canada's outstanding choral tradition. The Choir has also commissioned and performed several works by prominent Canadian composers. The Choir has produced two COs, Ring-a the News! and Songs of the Spirit, and has collaborated with the Hannaford St~et Silver Band on two other COs produced by CBC Records. AMIO CHAMBER ENSEMBLE Artistic Directors: David Hetherington, Patricia Parr, Joaquin Valdepeiias Business Administrator: Sophia Kim 238 Davenport Road, Suite 159, Toron~o. ON MSR 1J6 Phone: 416-410-1950 www.amiciensemble.com musicians@amiciensemble.com Amici are praised for their exceptional ensemble playing, blending the classics and contemporary of chamber music, regularly commissioning works by Canadian composers. Performances bring together leading Canadian and international guest artists with a concert series at the CBC Glenn Gould Studio andJane MalletfTheatre. Three outstanding musicians include; Joaquin Valdepeiias, clarinetist, Patrida Parr, pianist and cellist David Hetherington. The threesome just added another remarkable recording to its extensive disc;ography: Messiaen's Quartet for the end of time (Naxos ODD 8.556824). The CD (featuring long-time collaborator Scott $t. John) is already MUSIC MOSIAC: Wholenote MEMBER PROFILES FOR 2001-2002 P3

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