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Volume 8 Issue 6 - March 2003

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SUMMER: BSS Erin Gilmour

SUMMER: BSS Erin Gilmour continued from page 33 swim (for some workshops) life gu&d. RN on duty. BSS Erin Gilmour Am Workshops is a co-ed program for talented young people who have a passion for the am. Exceptional hands-on instruction is offered by distinguished and talented professionals, for students ages 7 to 18 in Film, l'hotography, Acting, Dance, Alt, C

Comprehensive Concert Listings For CONCERTS "FURTHER AFIELD" (outside the GTA) see page 51 For "full run" MUSIC THEATRE AND OPERA LISTINGS, see page 51-52. For jazz club and concert listings, see pages 52-53. Readers please note: presenters' plans change; & we occasionally make mistakes! Please always use the phone numbers provided to call ahead. Saturday March 01 - 3:00: Oakville Children's Choir. Sweet Sounds for a Saturday Afternoon. Guests: Appleby College Jazz Combo. Calvary Baptist Church, 1215 lakeshore Rd. West. 905.337 · 7104.$i0. - 7:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Estacio: Frenergy; Beethoven: Piano Concerto #4; Brahms: Symphony #2. Naida Cole, piano; Keri, Lynn Wilson, conductor. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe St, 416-5934828. -.50. - 7:30: Concertsingers. Sing Joyfully. Handel: Oixit Doninus; works by Byrd, Elgar, Henderson, Ives and Dverduin. Janet MacFarlane Peaker, · .organ. St. Thomas's Church. 383 Huron St. 41 & 769-7991.,. - 7:30: Famous People Players. Broadway and Beyond. tJllJSic from Grease, West Side Story & Cats; pop classics from Ray Chanes, Barry Manilow & Elvis Presley. Silverthorn Auditorium, 291 Mill Rd.416-622-8731.$ 20- . - 7:30: Pickering Concert Band. 20th Century History on Film Music. Selections from Sound of Music, The Dantusters, Bridge on the River Kwai, The Great Escape, South Pacific & - more. Dunbarton-Fairport United Church. 1066 Dunbarton Rd., Pickering. 905-571-1785. ,. - 8:00: Bell' Arte Singers. Brahms: Ein Oeutsches Requiem. Other works. The T alisker Players; Laura Schatz. soprano; Michael Donovan, baritone. 7: 15: listorical background tour on Group of Seven with Roy Schatz. St. Anne's Church, 270 Gladstone Ave. 416-699-5879. ,. - 8:00: Deer Park Concerts. Patricm Wright, · organ in Coxen. Bedard: cormissioned work on 0 Canada; works by Bach. Mendelssohr\ Laurin, Bales, Robertson & Spry. Deer Park Church. 129 St.ClairWest.41&481-2979. D. - 8:00: Ensemble Noir. Diversity Project: let the Wirxl Cry. Music by Rudd Moore, Bonds, Ellingion & African composers; spirituals. Dawn Padmore, soprano. 7: 15: Pre-concert discussion with artists. St. George the Martyr Church, 197 · Jom.416-204-1080. - 8:DD: Heritage Theatre. Michael Kaeshanuner. 86 Main St. N., Brcin11ton. 905· 874-2800. . ' - 8:0D: Music Umbrella Chamber Concerts. Thanks to Or. Suzuki: Classical music , within our families arxl community. An orchestra of current and former Suzuki students including menmers of T afelrlllsik, the Toronto Symphony and the CDC orchestra. Proceeds to support the North York, Bloor JCC and Etobicoke Suzuki Schools. EiiStrrinster United Church, 310 Danforth Ave. 416-461-6681. ,, (c!*lren under 12). - 8:00: Musicians In Ordinary. Love She Said. Madrigals by Gesualdo, Monteverdi and Caccini. Hallie Fishel, soprano; John Edwards, theorbo; Matthew Leigh. baritone; Rudy Neufeld, bass & other perfonners. Church of the Redeemer, 162 Bloor S~. West. 416-6034950. ,. . - 8:00: Oriana Singers. Songs, Sayings, SOf/f11Jts. Songs of Bach, Telfer & Glick; Gardner: A Shakespeare Sequence; Maclean: Songs and SayiigS. Grace Church on-fhe.H~I. 300 Lonsdale Rd. 416·533·3145. , /.50(sr/st). - 8:00: Sinfonia Toronto.Happy Birthday . Fredetick Chopin. Barber: Adagio for Strings; • Chopin: Piano Concerto #1; Shostakovich: Four Preludes Dp.34; Mendelssohn: Sinfonia #12 in G. Francine Kay, piano; Nurhan Annan, conductor. Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front St. West. 416: 205·5555. , ,{sr/st). - 8:00: Singing OUT! Somewhere in the Night! 5th annual cabaret. Performers from within the 1 OO:merrber chorus; William Brown, artistic director. Central YMCA, 20 Grosvenor. 416-924-6859. . - 8:00: University of Toronto Faculty of Music. U of T Chamber Ensemble. Hindemith: Five Pieces for Strings; Janacek: Mladi; Reich: T ehilim. Ratti Annenian & Adine Mintz, ·conductors. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park. 416· 978-3744. .. Sunday March 02 -1:30: CAMMAC/McMichael Gallery. Sunday Conceit: Peter Stoll, clarinet. 10365 Islington, Kleinburg. 905-893: 1121. ., family rates. - 1 :30: Royal Ontario Museum. ROM Sunday: Tafelmusik: Go for Baroque. 100 Queen's Park. 41 &586-800D. Free with gallery admission: .50, {sr/st), D(5·14yrs). - 2:0D: Concerts at St. George's on the , Hill.Marianna Humetska, piano &Javier Portero, viola in Recital Romantic works for piano & viola. 4600 Dundas St. West. 416463- 9284. Donation ( suggested). - 2:00: ORMTA Central Toronto Branch. Teachers in Concert. Performers include: ' Kathleen Gorman, Rick Sumners, Jeanette Roberts, DaVid McCartney, Chris Vanhaverbeke & others. Women's Art Association, 23 Prince Arthur Ave.416-214-9534. ,, family rates. - 2:30: Hart House Chorus. Choral Concert. t, l(el(/ LUNGH - at St. J..,,es corner Klbg & FREE TUEsokvs, 1 sl Tuesday each lnonth: Lasl Tuesday ¥ chm 4 March '.-. WIDOR: Sympho Christopher D 11 March FRANCK, D SWEE LINC Michelle Rae 18 March BACH: 'We and works of Patricia Wright, 25 March .. VIERNE: Sym~h Jennifer Loveless:\or 1 April , Program to be ap Matthew Larkin, org ~n (416) 364-7865 stjamescathedraLon.ca FACULTY of MUSIC ~ UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO new ideas I new sounds I new talents I new experiences ' U of T Chamber Ensemble Sponsored by MBNA Canada Raffi Armenian, conductor. Hindemith Five Pieces for Strings: Janacek Mladi, Steve Reich Tehiffim (Adine Mintz, conductor) Sat, Marl, 8:00 pm. Walter Hall. () [~~ Taptoo! oPERA PR0DucT10N Sponsored by Bank of Montreal Music by John Beckwith. Libretto by James Reaney Sandra Horst, conductor, Michael Patrick Albano, stage director Fred Perruzza, lighting designer, Allison Grant, choreographer Fri, Sat, Mar 7, 8, 8:00 pm. MacMillan Theatre. ($.15) Fri, Sat, Mar 14, 15, 8:00 pm. MacMillan Theatre. () ~ Bank of Montreal Hatzis@50 BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION CONCERT Music of Christos Hatzis- Melisma, Equivoque, Arctic Dreams 1, Quartet No. I "The Awakening", Excerpts from "Constantinople" Peter Stoll, clarinet; Susan Hoeppner, flute; Beverley Johnston, percussion; Scott St John, violin; Simon Fryer, cello; Gryphon Trio; Patricia O'Callaghan, soprano; Maryem Tolla" alto Fri, Mar 21, 8:00 pm, Walter Hall. () · Mass Appeal cHoRAL coNcrnT MacMillan Singers, Darryl Edwards, conductor Powerful musical settings 'Of sacred texts. Sat, Mar 22, 8:00 pm. Knox College Chapel, 59 St. George St. () Celestial Sounds cHoRAL coNcERT University Women's Chorus, Robert Cooper, conductor, present music for voices and strings, featuring Pergolesi's Stabat Mater, and Poulenc's Litanies a la Vierge Noire. Sat, Mar 29, 8:00 pm, Knox College Chapel, 59 St. George St. () Scott St. John's FABuLous F1vE F acuity Artist Series Five of Canada's most exciting string players perform Dvorak's Viola Quintet No. 1 and the rarely heard Viola Quintet by Bruckner. Featuring Mark Fewer & Erica Raum,_violins; Scott St John & Douglas McNabney, viola s ~ Simon Fryer, cello. Fri, Mar 28, 8:00 pm. Walter Hall. () Wind Ensem_ble Denise Grant, conductor Schuman New England Tryptych, Varese Octandre, Ionisation, Density 21.5 , Sat, Mar 29, 8:00 pm, MacMillan Theatre. () Pre-concert lecture: "Demystifying Varese" 7: 15 pm, MacMillan Theatre. M arth 1 - April 7 2003

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