VOICES "'+ Arlis1ic Director: ' ' Gen.era! Manager: 49 Vi!!l'lli\lston S J'oron't!l, Ontario Telephone: 416. E-D?ail: heat~er . . .to ,. "' Web site: http;f/ 1r.tnpo .com/ ·~ Performances: St. Tho,?1as' Anglican Church 'Web site URL: www.wmct.on.ca Voices, a 20-voicekh.amb"er choir nt1~~rk~~~ , ·•· The 106 year-bid Women's Mu~icaI "bub of artistic directiop ~'.·Ron K~ Ming Che~g, be~s !, Toronto presents a series oCchambrr music its eighth full sea~~n ,th,is year.,Th1s dynru:iic D,EPAR T O.F MUSIC · Mfohbel la1y Chair 1• 4700 Kee ., To~oilt!I, ON M3J IP3 Tel. 416-736-5186 'Fax 416-736-5321 ' E-mail: email@example.com website: vlww. yorku.ca/line~rls/lnusic York Universicy's Music Dep~enf,Showc~ses'' , student and faculty talent in more tpan 70 , public performances eacp year. J-lighlights of the 2003/2004 season include foui: fest!vals of classical voice and classical piano; concerts featuring works by ~anadian composers ,Peter Zaparinuk and Michel-Georges Bregent, and the fourth annual Drum & Dance Fest showcasing a lively blend of Cuban, Brazilian, Caribbean . and West African performance traditions. Music at Midday, an eclectic series of lunchtime concerts by faculty, students, alumni and visiting artists, is presented Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays throughout the season. The world music program spans many different global traditions, from South Indian, Celtic Canadian and Middle Eastern music to Chirie~e orchestra, Balkan chorus and Latiµ jazz. dassical chamber and orchestra concerts, solo recitals and a vocal series spotlighting the Concert and Women's Choirs are offered alongside performances of cutting-edge electroacoustic explorations and new music by student composers. A three-day Jazz Festival winds up each term with engaging stylings for small combos, jazz choir and big band. Most events are free. Season brochure mailed on request. 24 Wholanota MEMBERS' PROnLES 2003-2004
CONCERTS IN THE GTA Wednesday October 01 - 12:30: Yorkminster Park Church. Noonday Recital· Ron Jordan, organ. 1585 Yonge St. 416-922-1167. Free. - 10:00pm: Second Annual Small World Music Festival. World Music & lmprov. Mel M'rabet, oud & vocals; El Shaman, flute; DJ medicineman. Lula Lounge, 1585 Dundas St. West. 416-973-4000. . Thursday October 02 - 12:00 noon: CBC Radio. Music Around Us Young Artist Series. Brahms: Liebeslieder Waltzes Op.52. Tamara Hummer, soprano; Krisztina Szabo, LUNCHTIME CHAMBER at CHRJST CHURCH DEER October 2: The Toronto Woodwinds. Music by Mozart, Dvorak, and others. October 9: Michele Bogdanovicz, soprano; . Eldon Ng, piano. Songs by F:rnr€. Hetu, and Joaquin Turina. October 16: Critical Mass. Benefit for Second Harvest Charities. Palestrina, Missa brevis and other works. October 23: The Riverdale Ensemble: Stephen Fox, clar·inet; Laura Jones, cello; Ellen Meyer, piano. Trios by John Ireland and Paul Juon. October 30: Earl Brubacher, flute; Merry-Anne Hutton, soprano; Bruce Kirkpatrick Hill, piano and organ. Songs and sonatas by Frank M·artin and Jehan Alain. mezzo; Michael Colvin, tenor; Peter McGillivray, baritone; Liz Upchurch & Steven Philcox, piano. Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front St. West. 416-205- 5555. Free. - 12:1'0: U of T Faculty of Music. On Wings of Song. Lorna MacDonald; soprano; Che Anne Loewen, piano. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park. 416-978-3744. Free. - 12:15: Music on the Hill. Lunchtime Concert: Kristine Anderson, mezzo soprano. St. John's York Mills, 19 Don Ridge Dr. 416-972-6329. Free. - 12:30: Christ Church Deer Park. Lunchtime Chamber Concert: The Toronto Winds. Music of Mozart, Dvorak, Bach, Watson & Weber. 1570 Yonge St. 416- 920·5211. Free (donations accepted). - 12:30: York University Department of Music. Lorne lofsky Jazz Trio. Lorne Lofsky, guitar; Barry Elmes, drums; Neil Swainson, bass. Mclaughlin Performance Hall, 050 Mclaughlin College, 4700 Keele St. 416· 736-5186. Free. - 8:00: RCM Community School. Jazz Series: David Braid ·sextet. David. Braid, piano; Steve Wallace, bass; Terry Clarke, drums; Mike Murley, tenor saxophone; John Mcleod, trumpet; Gene Smith, trombone. Mazzoleni Concert Hall, 273 Bloor St. West. 416-408-2824 x321. ,. - 8:00: Se.cond Annual Small World Music Festival. Mahoiella Oueens. Traditional Zulu, Sotho, Shangaan, Xhosa; South African jazz, R&B, soul & gospel. Lula Lounge, 1585 Dundas St. · West. 416·973-4000. . • ' - 8:00: Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra. Beethoven Symphonies #5 & 6. Jos van lmmerseel, conductor. Trinity· . St. Paul's Centre, 427 Bloor St. West. 416-964-6337. ·, -(st/sr). - 8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Haydn: Symphony #94 in G Surprise; Hindemith: Symphonic Metamorphosis on Themes of Carl Maria von Weber; Brahms: Piano Concerto #2 in B flat Op.83. Evgeny Kissin, piano; Sir Andrew Davis, conductor. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe St. 416-593-4828. ·. FREE C 1 0I ERTS at St. James'(Cat al, 03-04 corner King ~. Ch Stre!!tS OCTOBER TU DAYS 1:00 ·1:40pfi; & F tDays t y ANDREW$CA LOUIS VIE~NE op.14ind K QUIRINO ofo1 Program of i\ali~n old and new . ROBIN LYNNB , violin ZYGMUNT . .rgan BACH Sona or SVENDSONRomante in G for violin ond organ ''.\; BOROWSKI. Orgaij($onata in C major; ALBERTSE,iConcerlo Piccolo for Organ ~fjd Violin · SANDER VAJ!Ml10N ~~J~=~t:::~~(f id or DuBois, stjamescathedral.on.ca l "''
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