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Volume 8 Issue 7 - April 2003

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software, recording and performance facilities. Teaching, rehearsal, study, and performance spaces are all equipped with high-speed internet connections for every student. Starting in September 2003, a course in Instrumentation will be offered to 3rd-year composition, education, and technology students. Traditionally, this course would be taught using a combination of textbook explanations of instrumental techniques and a study of scores arid recordings that feature these techniques. The Arraymusic web-based instrumentation tutorials will add a new dimension to the course. The tutorials provide specific information on a particular instrument's scoring · considerations and possibilities while providing a demonstration of various traditienal and extended playing techniques. The website also allows Acadia students to have instant access to some of Canada's best performers of contemporary music as they demonstrate the possibilities of their instruments. One example: inviting Rebecca van der Post to rural Nova Scotia to lecture on composing for the violin would be completely unfeasible. Through the Arraymus~c web-based tutorials, students can watch while she FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 8:00PM "A NIGHT IN VIENNA" BARBARA HANNIGAN, SOPRANO LINDA IPPOLITO, PIANO I World Premiere of James Rolfe's DUST for soprano and cello DON'T MISS AMICl'S END-OF-SEASON CONCERTI FRIDAY, MAY 9, 8:00PM "ESSENCE OF AMICI" Works by Bruch, von Weber, and a new work by Andrew Staniland GLENN GOULD STUDIO, 250 FRONT STREET WEST Sl.ngle Tickets; .00, .00, .00 CALL GLENN GOULD Box OFFICE 416-205-5555 A C ADE~Y CONCERT SERIES 40 ACADEMY Of Music 17 ACROBAT MUSIC 64 ALDEBURGH CONNECTION 56 ALEXANDER SINGERS .& PLAYERS 32 ALL THE KING'S VOICES 53 AMICI 38 AMPHI DN OPERA 29 ANALEKTA 15 ART GALLERY Of YORK UNIVERSITY 39 ASSOCIATES OF THE TORONTO SYMPHONY 52 CALYX CONCERTS 50 CAMMAC CEDAR GLEN 37 CANADA POPS ORCHESTRA 49 CANADIAN CHILDREN'S OPERA CHORUS 18, 34 CANCLONE 64 demonstrates the traditional and CATHEDRAL BLUFFS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 50 A New Vision in Music • Groundbreaking new piano CD, B the Tenderness of Eden, heard r CBC Radio's Northern Lights • Printed pre-intermediate to in level pi~no ~usic avail.able -u · Canada s national music co including the RCM • Educational and worksho ages on composition, creat1y1 aesthetics •Innovative live multi-disciplin performance programs incor healing and inspirational asp and creative expression CONTINUES PAGE 59 CBC RADIO Two 71 CHRIST CHURCH Om PARK 26 CHRYLARK ARTS AND MUSIC 42, 54 CLASSICAL 96 FM 27 CLAVIERS BARDDUES 11 • CMC BDUTIDUE 67 COMMENSAL, LE 25 "Amici- A better example of Chamber music-making would be hard to find to set before the next generation of musicians" Toronto Siar www.amiciensemble.com INDEX OF ADVERTISERS HARKNETT MUSICAL SERVICES 27 HHICDNIAN CLUB 61 HYMN Somr·v 52 JAMES SUGG 37 JANET CATHERINE Ou 36 Jm. FM91 25 KA TARINA BULAT 61 KATHERINE SCOTT 59 KINGSWAY BAPTIST CHURCH 46, 49 LES AMIS CONCERTS 46 L1srME.CA 24 LONG & MCQUADE 16 MAUREEN SMITH Music Sruo10 61 MIKRDKDSMOS 65 M1RELA TAFAJ 36 ·MISSISSAUGA CHILDREN'S CHORU S 19 MISSISSAUGA CHORAL SOCIETY 55 MUSIC AT METROPOLITAN 47 CONCERTS AT Sr. GEORGE'S ON-THE· HILL 42, 54 NEW Music CONCERTS 21 CONTINUUM 47 • NORA MAIDAN 59 0ARBAZI 53 0AVE SNIDER M USIC CENTRE 25 0AVID JENSEN HARPSICHORDS 16 Ouo L'INTEMPDREL 41 EARSHOT CONCERTS 50 EARWITNESS PRODUCTIONS 43 ELMER ISELER SINGERS 54 EMI CLASSICS 63 ESPRIT ORCHESTRA 21 , 23 EVENING Of FRENCH Music 40 EXECUTIVE STEREO 63 ExuLTATE CHAMBER SINGERS 56 FACULTY OF Music U DF T 39, 48 Fooo COACH HAZEL NEWTON 61 GARY ARMSTRONG 17 GEORGE HEINL 16 HANNAFORD STREET SILVER BAND 52 Music AT PORT MILFORD 37 Music CHAMBER 67 Music l)RDNTD 7, 12. 39, 43 MUSICIANS IN 0RolNARY 51 Mus1co0Ls 13 NAXOS 17 NORTH TORONTO INSTITUTE OF Music 61 OPEN EARS FESTIVAL 20 OPERA ATELIER 33 . OPERA CANADA 69 OPERA CELEBRATION 51 OPERA ENCORE 34 OPERA IN CONCERT 32 OPERA MISSISSAUGA 72 OPERA ONTARIO 35 PALESTRINA CHAMBER CHOIR 18 PATTIE KELLY 59 PAULA SHEAR 59 PAX CHRISTI CHORALE 46 PHILIP l. Orns LUTHIER 16 0UEEN STREET CONCERTS 51 RCM Music & BooK STORE 8 REMENYI HOUSE Of Music 29 ROBERT BRUCE 38 Rav THOMSON Hm 9. 11 ROYAL CONSERVATORY OF Music 37, 45 SACRED MUSIC SOCIETY 44 SCARBOROUGH GILBERT & SULLIVAN SOCIETY 33 SINE NOMINE ENSEMBLE 53 SINFONIA TORONTO 10, 41 SOUND Posr 17 SOUNDSTREAMS CANADA 40 SRI 4 Sr. JAMES' CATHEDRAL 39, 44 Sr. JuoE's CELEBRATION Of THE ARTS 51 Sr. MATTHEW'S UNITED CHURCH 43 STUDIO A·MIRADDR 65 SUSAN CROWE CONNELLY 37 TAFELMUSIK 14 TAPESTRY NEW OPERA '31 TIMOTHY EATON MEMORIAL CHURCH 47 TOREADOR RECORDS 66 . TORONTO WELSH Mm VOICE CHOIR 19 TORONTO CAMERATA CHAMBER CHOIR 54 TORONTO CHILDREN'S CHORUS 18. 51 TORONTO CLA SSICAL SINGERS 65 TORONTO MENDELSSOHN CHOIR 19 TORONTO MENDELSSOHN YOUTH CHOIR 49 TORONTO OPE RETTA THEATRE 30 TORONTO SCHOOL FOR STRINGS 60 TORONTO SCHOOL Of Music 60 TORONTO SECONDARY SCHOOL MUSIC TEACHERS ASSOCIATION 43 TORONTO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 2, 3 TORONTO SYMPHONY YOUTH ORCHESTRA 42 TRYPTYCH PRODUCTIONS 34 · UNIVERSITY DF ToRDNTO.BooKsroRE 9 VEGETARIANIRESTAURANT, THE 26 VOCAL ART FORUM 33 VocALP01Nr CHAMBER CHOIR 42 WALTERS MUSIC CENTRES 17 WARE ACADEMY Of MUSIC 59 WEBSCHERZO 61 WHDLENDTE MAGAZINE 61, 62 WOMEN'S MUSICAL CLUB Of TORONTO 15 YAMAHA CANADA 70 www.thewholenote.com April 1 - May 7 2003

Tuesday April 01 -12:30, 5:00 & 7:30: York University Department of Music;. Student Recitals. Student soloists in the classical performance program. Mclaughlin Performance Hall, 050 Mclaughlin College, 4 700 Keele St. 416· 736· 5186.Free. - 1 :00: St James' Cathedral. lunch Hours at St. James'.· Matthew Larkin, organ. 65 Church St. 416-364· 7865. Free. - 7:00: Canadian Opera Company. Rossini.· The Italian Bir! in Algiers. Carmen Oprisanu, Michael Colvin, Patrick Carfizzi, Gustav Belaci!k, Shannon Mercer & other LUNcH tu l(e/(/ at St. Jahles corner Klhg & FREE TUES~YS, t The Cathedral ?rga · 1 Aprllt. 1 \ English wo~li for Greg Carpenterheno URS 8Aprll.1 Winchester Christopher T 15Aprll BACH:Pass Brent Fifield, o 22 April Ton Van den Our Lady of the 29April.' , . Music for Viol~a Kevin James, viol

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