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Volume 8 Issue 7 - April 2003

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FACULrY 'l~ ~\ UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO University of Toronto Faculty of Music presents 2002-200.3 FELIX GALIMIR CHAMBER MUSIC AWARD a n t " Tuesday, April 22, 2003 8 pm. Walter Hall Showcasing the recipients of the annual chamber· music award in memory of the late violinist Felix Galimir, one of the most revered and influential chamber musicians and teachers whose legacy has blessed the world with several generations of world-dass chamber musicians. 2003 AWARD RECIPIENTS TOKJU STRING QUARTET Amanda Goodburn, violin I CsabaKoczo, violin I Javier Portero, viola I Rafael Hoekman, cello SCHUBERT Quartett-satz in C minor D/703 CHAN KA NIN Quartet no. 3 DOWNTOWN QUARTET Christian Robinson, violin I J1mnlfer Burford, vioiin I Alex Mcleod, viola I Alexandra Lee, cello MENDELSSOHN Quartet in F minorQp. 80 GEMINI STRING QUARTET Akemi Mercer, violin I Vlctoria · l..th"s~y. violin I Caitlin Boyle, viola I Nadia Klein, cello SMETANA Quartet no. 1 in Eminor~'Frofo Mylif!i!'' Tickets at the door • Sugg~sted admission: Additional donation welcome Proceeds from this concert will benefit the Felix Galimir Chamber Music Fund. · Waiter Hall, Edward Johnson Building, 80 Queen's Park Box office: 416-978-37 44 48 www .thewholenote.com April 1 - May 7 2003

Thursday April 24 -12:10: St. Paul's Church. Noon Hour Recital Paul Jessen, organ. 227 Bloor St. East. 416-961 ·8116. Free. - 12:30: Christ Church Deer Park. Noonday Cha(Tlber Music. Trios by Fruhling & Ireland. Riverdale Ensemble: Steve Fox, clarinet; Laura Jones, cello; Ellen Meyer, piano. 1570 Yonge St. 416·920-5211. Free. - 8:00: Canada Pops Orchestra. The Pops on Broadway. Guest: Louise Pitre, vocals; David Warrack, music director. Massey Hall, 15 Shuter. 416-8724255. -, student/ senior/group rates. - .8:00: DO 2003. Orag Extravaganza. Broadway-Las Vegas style revue. Hait House Theatre, 7 Hart House Circle. 416-978-8668. OO(opening night gala). To benefit Casey House. For complete run see music theatre listings. Meadowvale Theatre, 6315 Montevideo Rd. 905-821-0090. ,. For complete run see music theatre listings. - 8:00: Music Gallery. Sound at OCAO. Concert of new works by students, faculty & alumni; sound sculpture/installation. St. George the Martyr Church,.197 John. 416- 204-1080. Free. - 8:00: Toronto Philharmonia. Uszt Concert. Piano Concerto #2; Les Preludes; Hungarian Rhapsody #.1; Fantasy for Piano and Orchestra; Liebestraum. Jan Simon, piano; Kerry Stratton, conductor. George Weston Recital Hall, 5040 Yonge St. 416· 870-8000. ·. - 8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Roy Thomson Hall. See Apr 23. Friday April 25 - 12:00 noon: Roy Thomson Hall. Carnival - 8:00: Justus & Friends. live on Stage . of the Animals. William O'Meara, organ; 2003. Celebrating 25 Years of Broadway. Robert Hall, piano; Giles Bryant, narrator; _____;_10B~P---:-I RE - The Silent ... :,:··,.·. BiblicalEpic of the Ii Cecil B.D Barbara Bolte, oboe. ~O Simcoe St. 416·872- music, dance & comedy. For ages 2·8. 4950 4255. Free. Yonge St. 416·368·8031. . For complete -12:00 n.oon: Toronto International Choral run see music theatre listings. · Festival. Greenwich Public Schools Honor - 8:00: Angela Park, piano. Master's Choir; Archbishop Jordan Catholic. High Graduation Recital Works by Scarlatti, School Choir; Mary Ward Catholic Beethoven, Rachmaninoff & Brahms. Wallet Secondary Choir; Children's Chorus of Hall, 80 Queen's Park. 416·918·8241. Free. Washington; Lawrence Academy of Music - 8:00: Burlington Concert Band. Swing Girl Choir & other performers. Barbara Frum into Spring. Guest: Peter Appleyard, Atrium, 250 Front St. West. 1 ·800·267-8526. vibraphone. Burlington Convention Centre, Free. 1120 Burloak Drive. 905-335-7807. , - 7:00: Solar Stage Children's Theatre/ (sr/st), (couple). Proceeds to benefit Really Little Theatre Company. Rock 'n' Performing Arts Burlington & Hamilton fables. Cl~~ stories ~-a rock opera with Spectator Summer Camp Program. '---~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ THE 1DRON10 MENDELSSOHN qtJl,l,//t CHOIR presents ASpri~g Celebration with guests The Earl Haig Singers Featuring: Randall Thompson's Frostlana and works by Bach, Bruckner, and more Friday, Aprll 25- 8:00 pm St. James' Angllcan Cathedral For tickets call 416.598.0422 audience hers and hers alone." (Los Angeles Times)

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