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Volume 7 Issue 7 - April 2002

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ties. With entrepreneurial zeal, that can be an inspiration to aspiring professional musicians of all ages, they have rented Armour Heights Presbyterian Church for a joint recital on Saturday, April 27. · I asked their father, Bruce Herzog, about his children's musical education. "It's a family thing," he told me. "When they were infants I played the guitar for them every night". When they were young children he took them to concerts by the North York Symphony. As a result they wanted to play instruments at a very young age, and were reading music before they had learned to read English. By the time Andrea was seven he knew he had a responsibility to nurture their ability and has given them lessons with the best teachers he could find. At the moment their teachers are Mayumi Seiler and Shauna Rolston. Andrew Aarons Since the Herzogs plan to continue presenting concerts, perhaps they will join forces in one of them to form a piano trio with the Glenn Gould Professional School scholarship piano student, Andrew Aarons. Andrew has won numerous awards and has Andrew Aarons even already had his Carnegie Hall debut last May, one of the "Young Virtuosos" recitals. Andrew will perform Mozart's Piano Concerto #24 in c minor on May 4 with the Oakville Symphony Orchestra, and will also perform in the Beethoven Society's concert in Scarborough on May5. Appleyard and Famon, Mississauga Symphony One of Canada's greatest losses in the S~ond World War was the Toronto composer, conductor,. pianist Women's Muskal Club of Toronto presents its 1 0 5th season of Daedalus String Quartet Thurs. Oct. 24, 2002 Gallois-Jackson-Swan Trio Thurs. Nov. 14, 2002 sponsor: WMCT Centennial Foundation Katherine Chi, piano Thurs. Dec. 12, 2002 sponsor: Cougar Global Investments Mezzo-Soprano Catherine Robbin Thurs. Jan. 23, 2003 Celebrating a great career Amsterdam Loeki Thurs. Mar. 20, 2003 Stardust Qu~rtet All concerts are held at 1.30 p.m: in Walter Hall, Edward Johnso!') Building, 80 Queen's Park, (Museum Subway Station. Free lectures for members precede the concerts at 12.15 p.m. I Five-concert series: 0.00 ("early bird" price) After May 3 isc: 5.00 For tickets and infoFmation call: 416-923-7052 www.wmct.on.ca CLASSICAL CoMi\IENT and trumpeter, Robert Farnan. Arranger for the likes of Percy Faith, Andre Kostelanetz and Paul Whiteman in the late 1930s, and composer of two symphonies premiered by the TSO in the early 40s, he went to England during the War as musical director of The Army Show and conductor of the Canadian Band of the Allied Expeditionary Forces on the BBC. After the War the BBC, recognizing his talent, made him an offer he could not refuse and he stayed on in England to make his living writing and arranging music for radio, tv and film. Canadian vibraphonist, Peter Appleyard, heard Famon's broadcasts during the War in his native England, but the two did not meet until the early 1980s when Appleyard was hired to play in a recording session for a Farnan film score. The two have been great friends ever since. In a recent conversation Appleyard told me people like Andre Previn, Johnny Mandel, John Williams and Henry Mancini have admired and imitated Famon's work. A couple of years ago Farron sent Peter nine new arrangements for a recording project they were planning. The recording has not yet been made, but Appleyard and the Mississauga Symphony Orchestra will perfonn them on April 19, conducted by Skitch Henderson WQO is among other things the conductor of the New York Pops Orchestra, and will be joined by guest, Carol Weisman. That concert will be more than music; it will be history! TORONTO NURHAN ARMAN Music Director and Conductor CONTINUED Toronto's premier chamber orchestra! Saturday, April 6, 8 pm Magical Miniatures Tuneful treats in short formats, sparkling gems sure to leave you wishing for.more Bach/Stokowski Mein Jesu, Prelude Mirzoyan Theme & Variations Grant Symphonie estrienne Mozart Adagio & Fugue Schubert German Dances Saturday, May 4, &pm Chopin Spring Legendary pianist ROBERT SILVERMAN interprets a_ favourite Romantic concerto Chopin Piano Concert,o N° 2 Weiner Divertimento in a Weinzweig Interlude Dvorak The Cypresses Glenn Gould Studio 416-205-5555 Box Office l lam-6pm Mon-Fri, 2 hrs before concerts Adults , seniors , students www.sinfoniatoronto.com 8 www.thewholenote.com Apri I 1 -- May 7 2002

I lo. " frrtRESENTS A BENEFIT GALA CONCERT WITH PIANIST Works by Prokofiev, Stravinsky, Suk & Smetena · This is a preview of his program at next month's Prague International Spring Festival. SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 2002 AT 8.00 PM GLENN GOULD STUDIO 250 FRONT STREET WES'C TORONTO '' ' . SUPPORTERS TICKETS: ~reserved 'Best in the House' seating ~complimentary glas-\i 'of wine at reception - tax receipt for maximum allowable on tickets Available by calling Marie Noelle. @ 416. 769.6278 Regular Tickets: - CJ.eneral admission I - Students Available at the GGS Box Office 11 :00 a.m. - 6.00 p.m. Monday - Friday and two hours prior to performance or by calling 416.205.5555 A portion of the proceeds from this concert donated to The Fred Gaviller Memorial Fund cJJ?!(~ TORONTO 2002-03 SEASON .+ CHAMBER MUSIC DOWNTOWN QUARTETS THURSDAYS Oct. 10 .Emerson Qua.rt et Oct. 24 Schubert Ensemble Nov. 7 · Prazak Quartet Nov. 28 Quatuor Arthur-LeBlanc with pianist Dang Thai Son Jan. 16 St. Lawrence Quartet Feb. 20 Penderecki Quartet. Mar. 27 Orion Quartet Apr .. 10 Tokyo Quartet PIANO Oct. 15 Oct. 29 ' Feb. 25 Mar. 18 Apr. ·1 TIJESDAYS Michel Dalberto Pascal Roge and Vanessa Benelli Markus Groh Andreas Haefliger Louise Bessette ENSEMBLES-IN-RESIDENCE ' TIJESDAYS · Oct. 1 Gryphon Trio Dec. 3 Toronto String Quartet with pianist Marc-Andre Hamelin Jan. 28 Toronto String Quartet Mar. 4 Gryphon Trio DISCOVERY THURSDAYS Jan. 23 Krisztina Szabo, mezzo soprano Feb. 13 Laura Wilcox, violist Mar. 13 Ian Parker, pianist CONTEMPORARY CLASSICS Dec. 3 , Toronto String Quartet , Feb. 13 Feb. 20 Apr. 1 with pianist Marc-Andre Hf!melin Laura Wilcox, violist Penderecki Quartet Louise Bessette, pianist AFFORDABLE + ACCESSIBLE + INTIMATE + EXHILARATING ~t6 IDliONTO at ~ Jane Mallett Theatre . ~ St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts 416-366-7723•1-800-708-6754 GREAT CLASSICAL MUSIC IN A PERFECT SMALL CONCERT HALL DOWNTOWN SUBSCRIPTIONS FROM April 1 -- May 7' 2002 www.thewholenote.com 9

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