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Volume 8 Issue 7 - April 2003

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~infqnia ioronLo NURHAN ARMAN MUSIC DIRECTOR March 6, 2004, 8 pm· A Breath of Fresh Air Leslie Newman, Flutist BENDA Sinfonia in C BRUGE Forgotten Dreams MERCADANTE Flute Concerto ARUTUNIAN Sinfonietta 200J-2004 5th Anniversary Season BEETHOVEN Quartet op. 95, "Serioso" Glenn Gould Studio October 25, 2003, Bpm Very Violin Corey Cerov.sek, Violinist HARMAN Fantasia SCHUBERT Rondo WIENIAWSKY ROSSINI Faust Fantasy Sonata No. 4 · MENDELSSOHN Sinfonia No. 7 November 22, 2003, 8 pm· The Khachaturian Centenary Movses Pogossian, Violinist MIRZOYAN KHACHATURIAN ARUTUNIAN SHOSTAKOVICH KHACHATURIAN Poem: Epitaph 'Nocturne' from Masquerade Violin Concerto Sinfonia, Op. 118a Gayane Suite December 7, 2003; 3 pm A Baroque Christmas Jonathan Torto/,a,no, Cellist Lawrence Park Community Church SCHIASSI TORELLI BOCCHERINI LOCATELLI A Christmas Symphony Christmas Concerto Cello Concerto in B-flat Christmas Concerto February 7, 2004, 8 pm' Four Centuries of Melody David Jalbert, Pianist CORELLI BACH AGER ROSSINI ELGAR Suite Piano Concerto in d minor Intermezzo Sonata No. 5. Introduction and Allegro April 3, 2004, 8 pm Spring Romance ELGAR ROSENBERG BARTOK RESPIGHI DVORAK Serenade Swedish Folk Melodies Rumanian Folk Dances Ancient Airs and Dances Serenade May 8, 2004, 8 pm Mozart Forever Etsuko Kimura, Violinist Eric Paetkau, Violist MOZART Cassation No.1 MOZART Sinfonia Concertante MOZART Symphony No. 29 ~~UD~ i?~

QUOD LIBET by Allan Pulker Salon Concerts The 19th Century Salon appears, at least from our perspec- . ;{ tive, to have been a · hotbed of culture and intelligent discourse, whose disappearance was probably one of the many negative social/cultural changes resulting from the First World War. The "rosy glow" that surrounds the salon even to this day originated in the idea that "culture" and "life" could be intertwined - that culture need not be confined to the concert hall, theatre, lecture hall and art gallery but could and in fact did become part of people's homes and daily lives. The dream persists that this can . once more be so,. and there are those among us who are making the dream a reality. One such person is Jan Narveson in Kitchener, whose Kitchener-,Waterloo Chamber Series has for years presented an 80-seat program extraordinary both for quantity and quality in his Trio Norte works from their new CD as well as A Night at Heaven's Gate by the late Srul Irving Glick.) And a third "salon-style" event takes place this month in the elegant drawing rooms of One Eleven A venue Road, where the To- . ronto Sinfonietta Strings with soprano, Yana Ivanilova will captivate the audience with music ,by Johann Strauss, Luigi Arditti and Sergei Rachmaninoff. There will also be an art exhibition and afternoon tea. Toronto Sinfonietta artistic director, Matthew• Jaskiewicz described lyanilova, who came to Canada from Moscow only a year ago, as "versatile. with a beautiful full round voice." Unusual chamber combinations home. · A more recent "salon" arrival How often does one hear a flute/ is Marilyn Gilbert, in a loft at 1153 percussion or a harp/percussion Queen St. West, Suite 211. April ensemble? Not very often. Well, 26 features a performance by Trio this month you·can hear both those Norte - jazz violinist, Lenny Solo- highly unusual ensembles and sevmon, accordionist, Sasha Luminsky era! other rarely heard ensembles and guitarist, Bili Bridges. (On as well. On April 6 flautist, Susan April 6 Trio Norte will also be per- Hoeppner, and percussionist, Bevforming at the Heliconiafi, Hall, erley Johnston, will perform a varpart of the Chrylark Arts and Mu- ied program in the Arts Newmarsic Series, where they will play CONTINUES HSBC ~x~ 200212003 SEASON °!J{rtuoso Performances MurrayPERAH I.A TUESDAY MAY 6 • 8PM ROY THOMSON. HALL piano Keyboard mastery by one of the piano's most lyrical contemporary poets in a program of Bach, Beethoven and Schubert. · ' 2003 Grammy Award Winner Best Instrumental Soloist Performance CLASSICA,:9@.nn, Makiui:; life sou nd 6c?r'cr. 1

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