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Volume 7 Issue 2 - October 2001

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FRIDA VS AT EIGHT

FRIDA VS AT EIGHT presents NATHANIEL DETI CHORALE Blazing a new trail for music in Canada . Brainerd Blyden-Taylor Artistic Director/Conductor The Nathaniel Dett Chorale is Canada's first professional choral group dedicated .to Afrocentric music of all sryles · including classical. spiritual. gospel. jazz, folk and blues. Hte Chorale is comprised of 20 classicai!Y trained "· · musicians who use this forum to promote publ!c awareness. of, and interest in, original works of Afrocentric composers; past, present . a~d future. Friday, November gth, 2001 at 8:00pm Tickets: / (seniors & students) 1 Caii416-489-15S1 Ext 21 ,Jk~ ~--.-:.. _, __ _ , Lawrence Park Community Church 2180 Bayview Avenue, Toronto (south of Lawrence Avenue East) ymphony Orches of Canada Stefanos Karabekos, Conductor-· Formerly the New World Symphony of Toronto Performing at the George Weston Recital Hall Toronto Centre for .the Arts Sunday, November 11,2001 at 7:00pm · Program includes music by John Weinzweig, John Burge, Stefanos Karabekos, Guiseppe Verdi, Georges Bizet and Bedrich Smetana. SPONSORS: New Conservatory of Music Ltd. Thorncliffe Banquet Centre Pantheon on Danforth Ave. The Waterfront on Liverpool Rd., Pickering Alfresco Cafe & Deli on Dundas St. West Sun Valley, The Rodeo Group Inc. 905-874-2800, ,, group rates. For complete run see music theatre listings. Saturday October 13 - 8:00: Brampton Symphony Orchestra. Fall Fair. Ridout: Fall Fair; Strauss: Ho,rn Concerto #1; Dvorak: Czech Suite; Bartok: Hungarian Pictures. Kristina Crogo, horn; Charles Oemuynck, conductor. Heritage Theatre, 86 Main St. North, Brampton. 905· 874-2800. - 8:00: Northumberland Orchestra Society. Mozart or Me. A new concert genre written for the NOS by Gregory Ward. Concert Hall at Victoria Hall, 55 King St. West, Cobourg. 905-342 ·9295. .50, .50(sr),(st), children under 12 free. - 8:00: Opera Ontario. Oonizetti: The Elixir of Love.lsabel Bayrakdarian, Keith lkaia-Purdy, James Westman, Francisco V ails, Amelia Watkins, singers; Peter Oleskevich, conductor. Hamilton Place, 1 Summers lane. 1-800-575· 1381. For complete run see Music Theatre listings. Sunday October 14 -2:00: American Theatre Organ Society, Buffalo Area Chapter.JonasNordwal/, nMighty Wurlitzein theatre pipe organ. She a's Performing Arts Center, 646 Main St, Buffalo NY. 716·684-8414. ,, group rates. Monday October 15 - 8:00: Hamilton Place Theatre. My Fair Lady. By lemer & loewe. 1 Summers lane, Hamilton. 905-527-7666.-. Tuesday October 16 - 8:00: Lighthouse Festival Theatre. The Magic of Love! The New Mozart Musical World premiere. Music by Mozart; words by John Robert Verdun; arranged & orchestrated ~V Charles T. Cozens; directed by Robert More. Market & Main Sts., Port Dover. 519-583· 2221. For complete run see music theatre listings. Friday October 19 ~ 8:00: BrottAutumn Music Festival2001. Ozolins Plays Chopin l Overture TBA; Chopin: Piano Concerto #2; Tchaikovsky: Romeo and Juliet Fantasy; Shostakovitch: Piano Concerto #2. Arthur Ozolins, piano; National Academy Orchestra; Boris Brott, artistic director.liuna Station, 360 James St. North, Hamilton. 905· 525·7664. ,. - 8:15: Te Deum Orchestra. Johann Sebastian and Son. J.S. Bach: Concerto in d for tw~ violins & strings; C.P .E. Bach: Concerto in E flat for oboe & strings. Ruth Hoffman & Margot Jewel!, violins; Nicolai Tarasov, oboe; Richard 8irney-Smith, harpsichord/conductor. 8:00: Chat from the stage. Christ's Church Cathedral, 252 James St. North, Hamilton. 905-628-4533; 1·800-263-0320. Advance: ,(st/sr),(children under 12); door: ,$ :iO(st/srl. O(children under 12). Saturday October 20 - 8:00: Lindsay Concert Foundation. Bernadene Blaha, piano in Recital Glenn Crombie Theatre, Sir Sandford Fleming College, Rotary Burlington Fall Music Festival presents Gloria Saarinen Concert Pianist "superb and magnificent" - The Toronto Star PORT NELSON UNITED CHURCH Burlington, Ontario Sunday, November 4, 2001 at8pm Featuring the music of Bartok, Lisz,t and Gershwin Tickets To purchase tickets contact Warren Nicholson at 905-337-9~73 ore-mail wnicholson@home.com 38 wholenote OcTOBER 1, 2001 -NovEMBER 7, .21)01

lindsay. 705-328-0587.,. - 8:00: Millpond Centre. Michael Picket, blues artist. Guitar, harmonica, vocals, stories. 106 Victoria Street West, Alliston. 705-435- 3092.. Sunday October 21 . - 8:00: Baroque Players of Hamilton. Totally Telemann. Sonatas, solo cantatas & harpsichord pieces. Carolyn Sinclair, soprano; Julie Baumgartel, baroque vioiin; Margaret Gay, baroque cello; Michael Jarvis; harpsichord/director. St. Joseph's Church, Herkimer & Locke Sts., Hamilton. 416-588· 2954. ,. .- 8:00: Brott Autumn Music Festival2001. Ozolins Plays Chopin ll Kodaly: Dances of Galanta; Dohnanyi: Variations Op.25; Chopin: Piano Concerto # 1. Arthur Ozolins, piano; National Academy Orchestra; Boris Brott, artistic director. tiuna Station, 360 James St. North, Hamilton. 905-525-7664.,. Tuesday October 23 - 8:00: Heritage Theatre.Jann Arden. 86 Main St. North, Brampton. 905-874-2800. .50. Friday October 26 - 8:00: Clearly Classics Concerts. Kaleidoscope. Music of Khachaturian, Prokofiev, Dvorak & Gershwin. Michele lrion, violin; Mark Thompson, clarinet; Susan Lee, piano. Carnegie Gallery, 10 King St. West, Dundas. 905-5284508. ,. KRONOS QUARTET WoRld RENOWN'Ed STRiNG QuARTET iN ThEiR oNly SouThERN ONTARio pERfORMANCE Saturday October 27 - 8:00: Arkell Schoolhouse. Brenda Lewis & Tony Ouarrington in Performance. Jazz, folk & blues vocals, guitar, mandolin & dobro. Surprise guest accompanists. 843 Watson Rd. South Arkell. 519-763-7528. . -8:00: Brott Autumn Music Festival2001. An Evening with Michael Burgess. National Academy Orchestra; Boris Brott, artistic director. Hamilton Convention Centre. 905- 525-7664. ,. - 8:00: Millpond Centre. An Evening of Mediterranean Song and Dance. Levon lchkhanian, guita(, banjitar & oud; Rick • Shadrach Lazar, percussion; Gordon Sheard, accordion; Attila Darvas, bass; Roula Said, vocals & belly dancing. 1 06 Victoria Street West, Alliston. 705435-3092. . - 8:00: Renaissance Singers. There Will Always Be An England Music from Purcell to the 20th century. Richard Cunningham, music director. St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, 54 Queen St. N., Kitchener. 519· 745-0675. ,, (age 12 and under). · Monday October 29 -9:30am & 11 :30am: Brott_ Autumn Musi~ Festival2001. Trick or Treat-with a Wicked Beat! Mussorgsky: Night on Bald Mountain; Bach/Stokowsky: Toccata in d; Waxman: Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Suite; WilliarnS: Theme from Jurassic Park; Gounod: Funeral March of the Marionettes & other music: Hamilton Place, 1 Summers Lane. 905-525-7664..75. ANGELE DU BEAU ANd lA PIETA "PREciSE plAyiNG ANd EXCEllENT Dy~AMics" Tuesday October 30 -9:30am & 11 :30am: Brott Autumn Music Festival200 1. Trick or Treat with a Wicked Beat! Hamilton Place. See October 29. Thursday November 01 - 8:00: St. Jacobs Schoolhouse Theatre. Mae Moore. Storytelling,.rap & acoustic guitar. The Church Theatre, 1376 King St., St. Jacobs. 519-664-1134. . Friday November 02 - 8:00: Melodymakers. 50's Flashback. Variety Show. Heritage Theatre, 86 Main St. I North, Brampton. 905-87 4-2800. , 0. For complete run see music theatre listings. Saturday November 03 - 8:00: Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra. Pops Goes the Classics. Short works from the · popular orchestral repertoire including Tchaikovsky's Capriccio Italian. With Hamilton Philharmonic Youth Orchestra. Michael Reason, Glenn Mallory, conductors. Hamilton Place, l Summers Lane. 905-526-6556. $_24-, · (sr/stl. 0-(12 & under). - 8:00: Symphony Hamilton. A Space Odyssey. Strauss: Blue Danube Waltz; Brott: Spheres in Orbit; Hoist: The Planets. James R. McKay, conductor. Tivoli Theatre, 108James St. North, Hamilton. 905-777-9777. Index of presenters and venues Numbers refer to date of event, not WholeNote page numbers; "n"before a number = November; (fa) signifies "Further Afield"p,age 36-39 Acoustic Harvest Folk Club 20 Aldeburgh Connection 11, 19 Allan Gardens 14 Allison Lynn and Monika Burany 14 Amadeus Choir ·13 American liszt Society( fa) 4· 7 American Theatre Organ Society, Buffalo Area Chapter(fa) 14 Arbor Oak 3, 20 Arkell Schoolhouse(fa) 6, 27 Arts and Letters Club n4 Arts Etobicoke 19·21, 25-28 Assembly Hall19-21, 25-28 Associates of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra n4 Aurora Opera Company 6 Ballet Creole 20 Baroque Music Beside the, Grange 7 Baroque Players of Hamilton 19 Baroque Players of Hamilton(fa) 21 Bellefair United Church 5 Bernadine Blaha n2 Batty Oliphant Theatre 13 Birch Cliff United Church 20 Birchmount Park Collegiate Institute 27 Boulevard Club n4 Brampton Symphony Orchestra(fa) 13 Brott Autumn Music Festival 2001(fa) 2, 19, 21. 27, 29, 30 . Burton Auditorium, York University 28 Calvin Presbyterian Church 20 CAMMAC 7, 21, n4 Canada Pops Orchestra 27 Canadian Band Association 20 Cantabile-Chorale of York Region 13 Carnegie Gallery, Dundas(fa) 26 CBC Music Around Us 4, 11, 18, 25, n 1 CB.C Radio Two l Centenary United 'Church, Hamilton( fa) 6 Central Presbyterian Church, Hamilton(fa) 5 Central United Church 27 Chamber Music Society of Mississauga n4 ChamberWorks(fa) 4 Christ Church Deer Park 4, 11, 18, 25, n 1 Christ's Church Cathedral, Hamilton(fa) 4, 19 Church of St. Martin-in-the-Fields 27 Church of the Holy Trinity 1, 13 Church of the Redeemer 27 City of Hamilton(fa) 4· 7 Civic light Opera Company 11 Clearly Classics Concerts(fa) 26 Concert Hall at Victoria Hall, Cobourg(fa) 13 Concert Stage.6 Concerts at St. George's 21 Convocation Hall, McMaster University(fa) 4,5, 7 Curtain Call Players 25 Czech Community Centre Masaryktown 23 Dance OREMUS danse 1-3 Deer Park Concerts 20 Deer Park United Church 20 Du Maurier Theatre Centre 23, 25 Dufflebag Theatre 14 Duo L'lntemporel 20 Earl Haig Secondary School 20 Elgin Theatre 25 Elizabeth Macmillan n4 Elmer lseler Singers 19 Elora Festival Singers(fa) 6 Ensemble Noir 17 Etobicoke Collegiate Auditorium 26, 27 Etobicoke Community Concert Band 26, 27 Ettore Mazzoleni Concert Hall12, 21, n4 Exultate Chamber Singers 26 Fairview Library Theatre 11, 25 Fiddles. & Frets 5, 27 Flying Cloud Folk Club 7, 14, 21, 28, n4 Fred Varley Art Gallery 10, 17, 24 Free Times Cafe 27 George Weston Recital Hall4, 9 1 12, 17, 21, 25,27,28,n4 Gilbert & Sullivan Society of Toronto 12 . Glendon College, York University 12 Glenn Gould Studio 1;4, 9, 11, 18, 19, 21, 23, 25-29, n1, n6 Gloria Saarineil 21, n4 Grace Church on·the-Hi1120, 26, n4 Hal Hi1110, 17,24 Hamilton Convention Centre(fa) 27 Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra(fa) 4, n3 · Hamilton Place(fa) 4, 13, 15, 29, 30, n3 Hammerson Hall13, 26-28, n1 Hannaford Street Silver Band 21 Harbourfront Centre 7, 14, 16, 21, 23, 25, 28,n2 Hart House 21, n4 Heliconian Hall 6, 201 28 Heritage Theatre(fa) 12, 13, 23, n2 House of Blues Canada n 1 Humbercrest United Church 171 28 Hummingbird Centre for the Performing Arts 15, 26,27 I Furiosi Baroque Ensemble 19 lnnermusica 2, 3 lsabel Bader Theatre 6, 21 Italian Cultural Institute 2 INDEX CONTINUES, PAGE 40 O c TOBER 1, 2001 - N ovEMBER 7, 2001 wholenote _39

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