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Volume 8 Issue 8 - May 2003

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40 Aradia is pleased to

40 Aradia is pleased to announce its involvement in a new edition of The Norton Anthology and History of Music. To launch the project the Aradia Ensemble will present a concert explori(lg the early symphony. Symphonies by William Boyce, Giovanni Sammartini and concerti grossi by George Frederic Handel will be performed. Concerto grosso opus. 6, nos. 7 & 1 O by G.F. Handel Symphony JC 9 & JC 37 by Sammartini Symphony nos. 1 & 3, from opus 2 by William Boyce Symphony Orchestra of Canada Stefanos Karabekos, Music Director Program includes works by John Weinzweig and Stefanos Karabr;kos, Biz~t, Glinka, Mozart and Nicolai Sunday, June 8, 2003 - 4:00 pm Toronto .Centre for the Arts George Weston Recital· Hall Tickets & Cal I 416-872-111 ,1 SPONSORS: Pantheon, Authentic Hellenic Cuisine Thorncliffe Banquet Centre, Laiki Group Bank of Cyprus Rd. 416·264·2235. . - 8:00: Aradia Ensemble. Boyce: Symphonies 1 & 3; Sammartini: Symphonies JC 9 & 37; Handel: Concerti grossi Op.6 #s 7 & 10. Kevin Mallon, artistic director. Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front St. West. 416·205·5555. ,(sr), (sl). ·-8:00: CAMMAC 5Dth Anniversary Chorus. . MacMillan: Celtic Mass for the Sea. Choir, orchestra & celtic harp; Pierre Perron, conductor. Eglinton St. George's Church, 35 Lytton Blvd. 416·241 ·5080. , (CAMMAC members/sr/st). - 8:00: Counterpoint Community Orchestra. Beethoven: Coriolanus Overture; Piano Concerto #3; Mozart: Divertimento K.131; arias from Don Giovanni; Sinfonia De Caccia. Glenda Escalante de! Monte, piano; Terry Kowalczuk, conductor. Church of the Redeemer, 162 Bloor St. We~t. 416·925·9872 x2066. (advance), (door). - 8:00: Etobicoke Musical Productions.Rock 'n 'Rolf with the EMPressions. Three decades of Rock and Roll classics. 8urnhamthorpe Auditorium, 500 The East Mall. 416·248·0410. ,. - 8:00: Jubilate Singers. Gloriana. Britten: Choral Dances from Gloriana; Rutter: Five Traditional Songs; songs by Morley, Sullivan, Holst & Warlock. Isabel Bernaus, music director . . Eastminster United Church, 310 Danforth Ave. 416·322·6517. ~. -8:00: Queen Street Concerts.Dave Restivo, jazz piano. 1153 Queen St. West, Ste. 211. Reservations: 416·410·8224. . Proceeds to Dewson Street Junior Public School Arts Program. Concert Listings: FURTHER AFIELD FURTHER AFIELD: (in this issue: Barrie, Bolton, Bowmanville, Caledon East, Cambridge, \ Canton, Collingwood, Dundas, Elora, Georgetown, Hamilton, Kitchener, Milton, Niagara· on·the·Lake, Oshawa, St. Catharines) Friday May 02 - 8:00: Harlequin Singers. love Notes. Music from Broadway, the big band era, jazz & pop. John Packer, music director; Laura Pin, accompanist. Studio Theatre, Hamilton Placl!, 1 Summers Lane. 905·572-5985. . Saturday May 03 - 7:30: Mississauga Choral Society/Chorus Niagara/Cellar Singers. Berlioz: Requiem. Albert Greer, tenor; Three Choirs Festival Orchestra; Robert Cooper, conductor. Lake Street Armoury, 81 Lake Street, St. Catharines. 905·688·5550 x3257. ·. - 8:00: Georgetown Bach Chorale. Bach: Cantata #29; Handel: Coronation Anthem #4; Mozart: Divertimento for strings in D; Piano Concerto # 1. Michele Bogdanowicz, mezzo; Michael McBride, tenor; Ronald D. Greidanus, piano; chamber orchestra; Juan Castelao, conductor. St. John's United Church, Georgetown. 905·873·9909. . - 8:00: Harlequin Singers. love Notes. Studio Theatre, Hamilton Place. See May 2. Sunday May 04 - 7:30: Arcady Ensemble. Works by Telemann, Sammartini, Handel & Beckett. Heather _Fleming, recorder; Paul Earle, violin; Felix Deak, cello; Ronald Beckett, harpsichord. Knox Presbyterian Church, 170 Main St. East, Milton. 905·878·6066. ,. Wednesday May 07 - 8:00: Open Ears Festival. Kitchener· Waterloo Symphony: Chiaroscuro. Hui: world premiere; Lang: Are You Experienced; works by Adams, Oswald & R.B.Smith. David Lang, guest composer/narrator; Daniel Warren, conductor. King Street Theatre, Kitchener. 1-800-265· 8977. ,. - 10:30pm: Open Ears Festival. Francois Houle. Musique actuelle: meditation on the great objects derived from the Ice Storm news broadcasts. Guests: Giorgio Magnanensi, electronics; Chris Tarry, bass; Dylan van der Schyff, percussion: Registry Theatre, Kitchener. 1-800-265-8977. ,. Thursday May 08 - 8:00: Open Ears Festival. Numus: Rubric Cube. Works by Sherlock, Attariwala, Hatch, Gosfield, McKittrick; visual art &.dance. King Street Theatre, Kitchener. 1-800-265:8977. ,. - 10:30pm: Open Ears Festival. Pamela l. Works combining vocal techniques with · processing, sampled sounds & The BodySynth gesture controller. Registry Theatre, Kitchener. 1-800-265-8977. ,. Friday May 09 - 12:00 noon: Open Ears Festival. Sanctuary. Contemplative improvisations based on Gregorian chant. Jeff Reilly, bass clarinet; Peter Togni, organ; Christoph Both, cello. St. Peter's Church, Kitchener. 1-800-265-8977. Free. - 8:00: Open Ears Festival. The Bang on a Can Alf.Stars. Works of Nancarrow, Kline, Andriessen, Maken, Lang & Pascoal. King St. Theatre, Kitchener. 1 ·800-265-8977. ,. - 10:30pm: Open Ears Festival. Gordon Monahan. New commissioned work for theremin, long strings, thunder sheets & creaky furniture. Registry Theatre, Kitchener. 1-800-265-8977. ,. Saturday May 10 - 1 :00: Theatre Aquarius. The little Match Girl Children's musical based on stories by Hans Christian Andersen; adapted for stage by Max Reimer, Sandy Winsby and Steve Thomas. Du Maurier Ltd. Centre, 190 King William St., Hamilton. 905-522· 7529. . For complete run see music theatre listings. - 2:30: Open Ears Festival. Penderecki String Ouartet. Ran: Vistas; Ho: new work; Croall: rec'ent work. Zion United Church, Kitchener. 1· 800-265-8977. ,. . - 4:30: Open Ears Festival •. Oavid Mott, Evan liporyn, Jesse Stewart. Concert of improvise· lion on baritone saxophone, bass clarinet & percussion. Registry Theatre, Kitchener. 1-800· 265-8977. ,. - 7:30: Bells of Bowmanville. Wind Song. Handbell choir & guests: Nancy Hascall, handbells; Pandora Bryce, flute. Bowmanville Seventh-Day Adventist Church, 2850 Hwy 2 East, Bowmanville. 905-623-6031. Freewill offering. - 7:30: Symphony Hamilton. Sounds of a www.thewholenote.com May 1 - June 7 2003

Summer Night. Works by Bach, Vivaldi, Puccini & others. St. James Church, 137 Melville St., ' Dundas. 905-526·6690. , (sr/st), (child). -8:00:Achill Choral Society.A Night on Broadway· Music from .the $hows. Christ Church Anglican, 22 Nancy St., Bolton. 519· 941•5089. , (sr), (16 &under), family rate. - 8:00: Bach Elg11r Choral Society. 0 Canada. Celebrating Canadian music. Kiwanis Music Festival prize winners; Ian Sadler, conductor. Christ's Church, Cathedral, 252 James St. North, Hamilton. 905-527-5995. ,. • 8:00: Durham Region Concert Associa· tion. Peter Appleyard, vibraphone, in Concert. Salvation Army Temple, 570 Thornton Rd, North, Oshawa. 905-430-0815. · · - 8:00: Elora Festival Singers. Women of Canada: Word and Song. Bartley: Pa~agea; Watson Henderson: Love Never Ends; Daley: Requiem (excerpts); music of Coulthard, Luengen & others. Guest: Martha Henry, actor; Noel Edison, conductor. St. John's Church, Henderson & Smith Sts., Elora. 519-846-9694. . - 8:00: Mississauga Choral Society/Chorus Niagara/Cellar Singers. Berlioz: Requiem. Albert Greer, tenor; Three Choirs Festival Orchestra; Robert Cooper, conductor. Fisher Auditorium, Barrie Central Collegiate, Barrie. 705-326-2619. -. - 8:00: Open Ears Festival. Schubert Re-mix! Zender: work based on Schubert's Die · Winterreise. Hans Peter Blochwitz, voice; Canadian Chamber Ensemble; Martin Fischer· Dieskau, conductor. Centre io the Square, Kitchener: 1-800-265-8977. ,. - 10:30pm: Open Ears Festival. OJ Spooky. Remixing Boulez's Pli Selon Pli. Registry Theatre, Kitchener. 1-800-265-8977. ,. Sunday May 11 - .12:00 noon: Open Ears Festival. Electroacoustic Concert. Works by Dolden, Eagle & Jean; Dhomont: world premiere. Kitchener City Hall Rotunda. 1-800-265-8977. Free. ~ - 2:30: Open Ears Festival. Glass Orchestra. Contemporary compositions with glass instruments. Zion United Church, Kitchener. 1 · 800-265-8977. ,. -4:30: Open Ears Festival. Kappa. Works by Dolden, Godin, Harley, Plamondon & others. Philippe Keyser, artistic director. King Street Theatre; Kitchener. 1-800-265-8977. ,. - 8:00: Continuum Contemporary Music. Souvenir. Registry Theatre, 122 Frederick St., Kitchener. 416-487-4354. *POSTPONED (from February) TD MAY 2003* Thursday May 15 - 8:00: School of Philosophy. Music-on-the· ' Lake Festival· Judith Yanchus Glazner, violin and Linda Hall piano in Recital Beethoven: Kreutzer Sonata & other works. Randwood Estate, 176 John St. East, Niagara-on-the-Lake. 416-960· 4833:-. Friday May 16 - 8:00: School of Philosophy. Music-on-the· Lake Festival· Manhattan String Duartet. Haydn: String Quartet Op.20 #4; Beethoven: String Quartet Op.127; Schumann: Piano Quintet. Guest: Norman Carey, piano. Randwood Estate, 176 John St. East, Niagara-on-the-Lake. 416· 960-4833. . Saturday May 17 -8:00: School of Philosophy.Music-on-the· Lake Festival·Schubert: String Duartet in g; Bartok: Duartet # 1; Brahms: Plano Duintet. Guest: Norman Carey, piano. Randwood Estate, 176 John St. East, Niagara-on-the-lake. 416· 960-4833. . Sunday May 18 - 2:00: School of Philosophy. Music-on-the· Lake Festival· Concert of Young Performers. Simon & Olivia Ng, piano; Nathanial Andersen· Frank, violin; Stefani True, soprano; Elena Goriachev, flute & other performers. Randwood Estate, 176 John St. East, Niagara-on-the· lake. 416-960-4833. . Friday May 23 - 8:00: Amphion Opera. Cassandra. Opera in concert. By GJ Portman & Ian McAndrew. Carolyn Sinclair, Jane Archibald, Jo-Anne Bentley, Jon Paul Decosse, Eric Shaw & Andrew Tees, singers; Michael Jarvis, conductor. St. Joseph's Church, 260 Herkimer St., Hamilton. 416-962-7137. -, (sr/st). Fot complete run see music theatre listings. Saturday May 31 - 7:30: Durham Philharmonic Choir. Crowning Glory. Music by Handel, Webber, · Stanford & others; selections from music theatre. Robert Phillips, music director. Salvation Army-Oshawa Temple, 570 Thornton Rd. North, Oshawa. 905-432· 9206. . - 8:00: Cathedral Bluffs Symphony Orchestra. Pops Classics. Gershwin: Cuban • Overture; Vaughan Williams: English Folksongs; Sondheim: Chorus Line selections & other music. Karen James, flute; Robert Raines, music director. Collingwood Collegiate Institute, 6 Cameron St., Collingwood. 416· 879-5566. - 8:00: Renaissance Singers. In Honour of Her Majesty. Music written to celebrate great moments in English Royal history. Andrew Shewchenko, countertenor; Nola Bene - .. -:c/1~ In Honour of Her Majesty ~1J..enfll%f}1/X( ~\

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