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Volume 8 Issue 8 - May 2003

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The Scarborough

The Scarborough Philharmonic Presents Italian Connection The Music of Sunny Italy featuring the music of Rossini, Tchall~ovsky, Vivaldi and Mendelssohn, with viqlin soloist Marta Krechkovsky Saturday, May 10, 2003, 8:00 p.m. Blrchmount Park C.I., 3663 Danforth Rd., Scarborough For tickets call 416-429-0007 · · · $p0ns~rs· fo; the ~ve~lnC a~e Pflier ·co.,,sUm6r 'Gro~p,· · · Friends of the Phi/harmonic, Bell, MCC, and Ogden Funeral Homes www.spo.ca Eleanor Daley and Ru.th Watton Hender.Jon Sharla Nafziger Darryl Edward.I Andrew Tee.1 The Bach Chi&ren J Choru..1, Linda Beaupre Pianists Soprano Tenor Baritone Director Conductor The Amad eus Choir celebrates the birthday of beloved Canadian composer Ruth Watson Henderson, by presenting her enchanting VoiceJ of Earth, set to · texts taken from Canticle of the . Sun by St. Francis of Assisi. And Carl Orff's popular Carmina. Burana, based 'on medieval poems on the nature of fortune. MAY 10CONTINUED -2:00: Royal Conservatory of Music Community School. Silver Singers. Favourite operatic moments. Linda Eyman, director. Ettore Mazzoleni Concert Hall, 273 Bloor St. West. 416-408·2824 x321 . -2:00: Victoria·Royce Church. Susan Murphy, soprano in Concert. Works by Mozart, Puccini, Gershwin & others. Guests: Scott Harrison, trumpet; Jim Nielsen, bass; Clela Errington, vocals; Peter Treen, piano & pipe organ. 190 Medland. 416· 769·6176. Free·will offering. -3:00: Music Gallery. Composer Now: Ronda Rindone & Anya Alexeyev. Music by Lutoslawski, Martino, Penn, Schwarz, Stockhausen, Penderecki & Stevenson. St. George the Martyr Church, 197 John.416·204·2080. ,. -3:00: VIVA! Youth Singers of Toronto.A// Things Bright & Beautiful Music by Purcell, Handel, Perry, Britten, Rutter & the Beatles. Trinity-St. Paul's Centre, 427 Bloor St. West. 416-788·8482. ,. -4:00: Toronto Chamber Choir. Kaffeemusik: The Secular Music of Claudio Monteverdi Ecco mormorar l'onde; Si ch'io vorrei morire; Lamento d' Arianna; Zefiro torna. David Fallis, conductor I speaker. Christ Church Deer Park, 1570 Yonge St.4f6·968· 1338. ,. -4:30: Royal Conservatory of Music Community School. lyric Singers. Highlights from Fiddler on the Roof. Linda Eyman, director~ Ettore Mazzoleni Concert Hall, 273 Bloor St. West. 416·408-2824 x321 . -6:00: Merriam School of Music. Concert Artist Series.Teachers of the Music Vocal Oept.; Eileen Keown. piano; Kin Headon, clarinet; Jing Du, host. Recital Hall, 2359 Bristol Circle.Oakville. 905-829- 2020. (advance), O(door). -7:00: TSO. Casual Concert. Roy Thomson Hall. See May 8. ·.50. -7:30: Amadeus Choir. Voices ofEarth. Henderson: Voices of Earth; Orff: Carmina Burana. Sharla Nafziger, soprano; Darryl Edwards, tenor; Andrew Tees, bass; Bach Children's Chorus, Linda Beaupre director. George Weston Recital Hall, 5040 Yonge St. 416·870·8000. ·. -7:30: Diva!Diva!Dival Voices of light, Songs of love and Inspiration from Musical Theatre and· Opera. Charlene Donovan, Robert Gleadow, Rachel Huys, James Levesque, Joey Niceforo and Sinead Sugrue, performers. St. Luke's Church, 39 Greenlane Ave., Thornhill. 416-825· 0057. Admission by donation. -7:30: Etobicoke Youth Choir. Melodies In May. Selections from Broadway, spirituals, off the charts & more. Louise Jardine, music director. St. Luke's United Church, 516 The Kingsway. 416·233·5437. , (sr). (child 12 &under). . . -7:30: Maria Piazza with Guy Few. CO Release Concert: The Goddess WiMin. Songs & arias by Puccini, Verdi, Strauss, Mozart, de Falla, Barber & Duparc. Metropolitan Community Church, 115 Simpson Ave. 416·934-0542. (advance), (door). -7:30: RCM Community School.Percussion Ensembles. Paul Houle, director. Ettore Mazzoleni Concert Hall, 273 Bloor St. West. 416·408·2824 x321. -7:30: Wexford Series. Mainly Music fl Music from classics to modern pop. Choirs, instrumentalists, soloists, organists & pianists. Wexford Heights Church, 2102 Lawrence East. 416-288-0373. , (child). -8:00: Academy Concert Series. Basset·Horn Delights. Solo works and duets; works by early romantic composers. Nicolai Tarasov, basset· horn; Helen Valenza, historical flute; Kristian Bezuidenhout, historical piano. Eastminster United Church, 310 Danforth Ave. 416·889· 5414. ,. -8:00: Burlington Civic Chorale. Music of Britten, Brahms and Monteverdi Britten: Hymn to St. Cecilia; Rejoice in the Lamb; Brahms: Zigeunerlieder of Gypsy Waltzes; Monteverdi: Lamento D'Arianna. Dr. Gary Fisher, director. St. Christopher's Church, 662 Guelph Line. 905· 634-1809. ,. -8:00: Canadi~n Orpheus Male Choir. Annual Concert. David Davis, music director. Park Bible Church, 1500 Kerns Rd., Burlington. 905·333· 4522. ,. -8:00: Classic Jazz Society of Toronto. CO taping. Bill Bissonette, Brian Towers, Darryl Adams, Colin Bray & Brian Carrick, performers. Estonian House, 958 Broadview Ave. 416· 777- 9235. ,. -8:00: Duo L'lntemporel. le Rappel des Oiseaux. Celebration of spring in music by Vivaldi, Couperin & Rameau and poetry by Blake, Shakespeare & others. David Calderisi, reader; Myl~ne Guay, baroque flute; David Sandall, · ha(psichord. Trinity College Chapel, 6 Hoskin Ave.416·657·0076. ,. . -8:00: Flying Cloud Folk Club. Tanglefoot Recording l/VE. T ranzac. See May 9. -8:00: Harbourfront Centre. Toronto Tabla Ensemble. du Maurier Theatre Centre. See May 9. -8:00: Mississauga Symphony. Classic Hollywood. Korngold: Violin Concerto; Royer: Overture to an Unscripted Movie; works by Prokofiev, Walton, and Williams. Ronald Royer, host; Mark Fewer, violin; John Barnum, conductor. Hammerson Hall, 4141 Living Arts Drive, Mississauga. 905·306·6000. ,. -8:00: Music on the Donway. Trio Lyra. Music of Mozart, Ravel & Mozetich. Suzanne Shulman, flute; Mark Childs, viola; Erika Goodman, harp. Donway Covenant United Church, 230 The Donway West. 416-444-8444. ,. - 8:00: Oakville Symphony Orchestra. last Night of the Proms. Includes Rule Britannia, THE TORONTO YOUTH WIND ORCHESTRA presents "Around the World in 80 Minutes" 00'\'.H iy,'\i featuring . ~o~ Tchaikovsky's Capriccio Italien ~,._J Clarke's Samurai

Pomp and Circumstance, and works ~y Glinka and Borodin. Roberto De Clara, conductor. Oakville Centre {or the Performing Arts, 130 Navy St, 905·815·2021. , /(sr/st). -8:00: Play On. Choral music, vocal jazz, folk, percussion & more. Performed by young musicians. Glenn Gould Studio,250 Front St. West. 41 S·205·5555. . -8:00: Scarborough Philharmonic. Italian Connection. Rossini: Seniiramide; Vivaldi: Al Santo Sepulchro; Tchaikovsky: Capriccio ltalien; Violin Concerto in D; Mendelssohn: Symphony #4. Marta Krechkovsky, violin; Jerome Summers, conductor. Birchmount Park Collegiate Institute, 3663 Danforth Ave. 416·429·0007. , / l(sr/st). · -8:00: toneART Ensemble. Mackey: Sonata for violin & piano; Baker: New Work for.violin, guitar & piano; Domeniconi: Koyunbaba for solo guitar. Corey Gemmell, violin; Danielle Cumming, guitar; Kathryn T remills, piano. Heliconian Hall, 35 Hazelton Ave.416-745·3621. ,, O(under 12). -8:00: Toronto Youth Wind Orchestra. Around the World in 80 Minutes. Clarke: Samurai; Tchaikovsky: Capriccio ltalien; Reed: El Camino Real; Mussorgsky: Pictures at an Exhibition (arr. Takahashi). TYWO and TY Concert Winds; Colin Clarke, David Lum, conductors. MacMillan Theatre, 80 Queen's Park.416·712·6582. ,$.15. -8:30: Flying Bulgar Klezmer Band. CO Release Concert. Guests: Jane Bunnell, saxophone & others.Hugh's Room, 2261 Dundas West. 41.6·531 ·6604. . Sunday May 11 -2:00: Flying Bulgar Klezmer Band. CO Release Concert. Hugh's Room. See May 10. (Suriday price). -2:00: Oakville Symphony Orchestra.last Night of the Proms. Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts. See May 10. -3:00: Choirs of Christ Church Deer Park & Calvin Presbyterian Church. Monteverdi Vespers. Gabrielle Mclaughlin, soprano; Michiel Schrey, tenor; I Furiosi Chamber Orchestra; Bruce Kirkpatrick Hill, director. 1570 Yonge St. 416·920·521f. ,. -3:00: Echo Women's Choir. Everybody Oughta Know. Works by Westcott and Mccurdy; works from Finland, China, Latvia, Serbia, Ireland. Alan Gasser, Becca Whitla, conductors. Church of the Holy Trinity, 10 Trinity Square. 416·537· 2526. (advance), (door), (sr/ch/ unwaged) . . ,-3:00: Etobicoke.Philharmonic Orchestra. Music in the Sanctuary. Chamber works by Mozart, Bach, Kuzmenko, Tchaikowski & Grieg. Guests: Soloists from the Etobicoke Suzuki School of Music. Humber Valley United Church, . 76 Anglesey. 416·239·5665. , students under 16 free with adult accompaniment. -3:00: Maria Piaua with Guy Few. CO Release Concert: The Goddess Within. Metropolitan Community Church. See May 10. Mothers 1 /2 price. -3:00: Music Alive I Mother's Day Concert. Music by Bach, Ravel, Clerambault, Francoeur, Vitali & Rameau foi organ, keyboards, violin & cello. St. Mary's Anglican Church, Richmond Hill. 905· 770·3532. ,. -3:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. George Weston Recital Hall, 5040 Yonge St. 416·870·8000. See May 8. ·. ' -7:30: Bells of Guildwood. Spring Concert. Handbell choir & guest: Nancy Hascall, solo handbells. Guildwood Church, 140 Guildwood Pkwy. 416· 286·5524. . -7:30: Mississauga Youth Orchestra. Come Celebrate With Us. Rossini: Overture to Barber of Seville; Borodin: Polovetsian Dances; Franck: Symphony ind. John Barnum, conductor. Hammerson Hall, 4141 living Arts Drive, Mississauga. 905·306· 6000. ,$ lO(stl. -7:30: Music Gallery.Parmela Attariwala · Sapphire Skies CO Release Concert. Music by Attariwala, Rosen, Schaphorst & Somers. Parmela Attariwala. viofill}viola; Penderecki String Quartet; Lisa Lindo; vocals; Ed Hanley, tabla; Maria Gacesa, · clarinet; Gitanjali Kolanad, bharata natyam dancer. St. George the Martyr Church, 197 Johri. 416·204· 2080. , (includes CD). -8:00: Evergreen .Club Contemporary Gamelan. Celebrating 50 years of friendship between Indonesia and Canada. Maxine Heppner . & Sagrina Bunda, performers; Blair Mackay, artistic director. du Maurier Theatre Centre, 231 Queens Quay West. 416·973-4000. . -8:00: Flying Cloud Folk Club. Tanglefoot Recording LIVE. Tranzac, See May 9,. Monday May 12 -7:30: Rudolph Family Players. Works by Schubert's Winterreise Canadian Chamber Ensemble. Saturday, May 10 at 8 PM The Centre In The Square, Kitchener Martin Fischer-Dieskau, conductor -Luca Martin, tenor H~ns Zender's colourful interpretation of 0 Schubert's epic song cycle Die Winterreise will certainly be recognized as one of the musical events of the year. And, will be conducted by the son of on.e of the most famous interpreters cif Sc'hubert's lieder. · Sponsors: CENTRE THE111-800-265-8977 · IN THE or 519-578-1570 SQUARE Order tickets online at www.centre-square.com This concert is presented as part of the £1 ~ 0 ··~~ 1'~] ~ · 'CJ ~g ~ ~ ro . . www .opcncars.ca &. 1--1 tr.J ' ~ ~g ~ = l+I j Klaus & Anna Woerner I KWS Principal Conduclor Sponsors: 9 Lufthansa ' ' Du~ L'l11te111porel Mylene Guay - baroque flute David Sandall - harpsichord LeRa.ppel des Oisea.ux A Celebration of Spring in Music and Poetry with reader David Calderisi Music by Vivaldi, Rameau, Couperin and poems by Wordsworth, Shelly, and others. Saturday May 10 8:00pm Trinity College Chapel 6 Hoskin Ave. TTC Museum/St.George Tickets / · Info and r_eservations: 416-657-0076 M ay 1 - Ju ne 7 2003 www.thewholenote.com May 1 O, 8:00 p ~ m. enant United Church 00, Students .00 rmation, please call nt United Church at 4-8444.

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