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Volume 9 Issue 3 - November 2003

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:rr Jazz Series A tasty set of five concerts featuring heavy Canaci'ian talent. Nov 13 George Evans adults, students and seniors Dec 04 Laila Biali-The Crossings Quartet adults, students and seniors I Feb 05 Eliana .Cuevas Sextet adults, students and seniors Apr 29 Renee Rosnes & RCM Honour Jazz Orchestra adults, students a.nd seniors World Music Series A series reflecting Toronto's d·iversity and celebrating the creation of the new World Music Centre. · Nov 27 Miguel de la Bastide: Flamenco Dec 11' Klezmer- Beyond the Pale Feb 19 Tasa with special guest Kiran Ahluwalia Mar 11 Strike the Harp: Sharlene Wallace with guests Anne Lederman, Loretto Reid, Brian Taheny & Leon Taheny Series Admission adults, students and seniors. CONC E RT LOCATION & TIME Mazzoleni Concert Hall, 8:00pm 273 Bloor Street West RCM BOX OFFICE 416.408.2824 ext.3'21 EDUCATION FRONT compiled by Da_vid Perlman ALL ABOARD Our Usual start: this a reminder to high schools (or other places of learning) that you can receive class or school sets of WholeNote every month, delivered to your school (or o.p.o.I.) absolutely free, by contacting our circulation manager Sheila McCoy at 416 928-6991. That being said, a warm welco'me this month to: Unionville High School (180 copies) York Mills Collegiate Institute (100 copies) Holy Cross Catholic Academy, Woodbridge (100 copies) Rosedale Heights School for the Arts (20 copies). You'll find the magazine chock full of opportunities. (Check out Merlin Williams' Bandstand on page 29, for example, for an account of Long & McQuade's November Clinics. Or our Concert and Jazz Listings, for more than seventy concerts this month costing students or less.) You TELL us This month's main point here is that we want tell us what actual use you get out of this magazine. So here's the deal. Tell us how WholeNote actually comes into play 'for you. Maximum 300 words ... a lot less if you like. We will publish, regularly, the best (not necessarily suckiest!) of the replies. All write'rs published will receive eds as gifts and for the top item each month the school (or o.p.o.I.) in question will ' receive a donation of to your music program. · · Contributions (by teachers or students) should be e-mailed to and should include a phone number for verification purposes. All other comments, suggestions or contributions to this collJl!lll continue to be gratefully received. · INDEX OF ADVERTISERS A!'.A!EMY Ccwmrr SIRES 40 H~.CA57 ScAluro.GI CHOOUS If ACADEMY Cf Music 56 I FullOSI BAROO!E ENSEM&£ 36 Swm Aa:ur.:s 29 AcClARION 50 JAMES SUGG 56 SwFllNIA TCl!ONTO 12 ACRJBAT MUSIC 28 JMU CATHERINE DEA 55 Sex.OUGHT 16 ALL THE KwG' s Vo111s 50 JulllAlt SwGERS 45. Soooo POST 27 AMAIX'US CHOIR 41 KATARWA BIAAT 56 Slx.WosMAMS CANADA 10 AMICI CHAMiiR ENsu.oru: 39 KAllElff Scorr 56 ST.JAMES' CATIEIJRAL35 ANAlillA 11 LONG & McOiJADE 28 ST. M1CHAB.'s CHOIR Scimcx. 56 ANNO DDMIM CHAMBER SINGERS 50 Mi1. 9 . MOCHDALE COM:ERTS 37 T AIJSl(Bl PIAYERS 39 BIS64 MUSIC AT METRDPWTAN 41 TAWS CH!lR43 lliAcK Ttx.u> A11.1w SERvlCEs 57 MUSIC GALLERY 23 TfESTC1'40 BUXJR STREET UMltD CttuRCH47 MUSIC TCRJNTO 7, 36,42, 44, 47 T OfEAOOR MUSIC Cl>l.YX COM:ERTs 41 MUS.tiANS w OROINAm 46 REc!RllNG fACIUTES 29 CANADIAN Muse CENTRE 70 NAXOS Of CANADA 60 T CRJNTO ARTs & CllTURE 53 CANOJJNE29 NEW MUSIC COOCERTS 22. 36, 46 T CRJNTO CAllERATA 38 .CATIEDRAL llwFFs SYM'HDNY NORTH 44 ° VOCAL ENsEMau 37 T CRJNTO CtlllREN's Ct«!RUS 19 ORCIESTAA 37 NIJ!ll! T CRJNTO INSTITUTE Cf MUSIC 56 T CRJNTO Ct«lRAL Socuv 50 CBCRBDm61 0AKVU£ CHUJREN~S CHQIR21 T ORWTO CoosmT 40 CHANOOS 63 OFF CENTRE Muse SALON 49 TORONTO PHUlARMONA 15 CHAlffl. CLASSICS 65 OPERA N Ctirmr 31 T CRJNTO SClmFOR SlllNGS 55 c1m1 cm DEERPARX 21, 35, 38 0PERAIS31 T ORON'TO SrfOMETTA 44 CHURCH If THE Hcx.v T !MY 47 OPERA YIR

Welcome to WholeNote's Live Listings Readers please note: Presenters' plans change; and we occasionally make mistakes! Please always use the phone numbers provided to call ahead. For Concerts Further Afield (outside the GTA) see pages 50-52. For Music Theatre and Opera Listings see page 53. For Jazz Listings see page 54. CONCERTS IN THE GTA Saturday November 01 - 2:00: Lorraine Kimsa Theatre for Young People. Jacob Two- Two Meets the Hooded Fang. By Richler, Lee, Balsam & Betts; directed by Allen Macinnis. For ages 7 to 107. Mainstage, 165 Front St. East. 416-862- 2222. (preview). For complete run see music theatre listings. ,.- 7:30: Earl Nelham Singers. The Earl , Ne/ham Singers in Concert. Show tunes, jazz from the 50's-60's & pop. Earl Nelham, director/pianist. Christ the King Church, 475 Rathburn Rd. 905-608-9786. - 8:00: Brampton Symphony Orchestra. Fanfare for the Common Man. Copland: Fanfare; Rodeo Hoedown; Butterworth: Two English Idylls; Weber: Concertina for Clarinet· Rossini: William Tells All Suite; Khachaturia~: Sabre Dance. Carmen Gassi, clarinet; Bill Cowie, narrator; Robert Raines, conductor. Heritage Theatre, 86 Main St. North, Brampton. 905-874-2800. , (sr/st), (under 12). - 8:00: Cantabile Chorale of York Region. Concert of Alumni and Present Choir. Thornhill Presbyterian Church, 271 Centre St. 905-731-8318. - 8:00: Deer Park Concerts. Jacques Boucher, organ & Anne Robert, violin in · Recital William Wright, artistic director. Deer Park United Church, 129 St. Clair West. 416· 481-2979. . - 8:00: Eunjung Jeon. Vocal Recital. Songs from Italy, Germany, France & Korea accompanied by European classical chamber ensemble & traditional Korean instruments. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park. 416-534- 1683. ,. - 8:00: Hummingbird Centre for the Performing Arts.Amjad Ali Khan, sarod. Indian classical music. 1 Front St. East. 416· 872-2262. *CANCELLED* - 8:00: Oakville Symphony Orchestra. Opening Grandeur. Brahms: Symphony #4; Saint-Saens: Piano Concerto #2 in g. Andrew Aarons, piano; Roberto De Clara, conductor. Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts, 130 Navy St. 905-815-2021. ,,. -8:00: Oratorio Terezin. By Ruth Fazal. Huw Priday, tenor; Daniel Lichti, baritone; Teresa Gomez, soprano; children's choirs from Toronto & Prague; Kirk Trevor, conductor. George Weston Recital Hall, 5040 Yonge St. 416-870-8000. ,. - 8:00: Toronto Mendelssohn Youth Choir. Youth Remembers. Faure: Requiem; Cantique de Jean Racine; Zeisl: Requiem Ebraico; works by Daley, Chatman, Aitken & Raminsh. Guests: Voices; Glynis Ratcliffe, Kate McGee & Alexander Hajek, soloists; Richview Secondary School Orchestra; Ron Ka Ming Cheung, conductor. St. Anne's Church, 270 Gladstone. 416-598-0422. ,. - 8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Prokofiev: Symphony #1 Classicaf, Lutoslawski: Concerto for Orchestra; Tchaikovsky: Piano Concerto #1 in b flat Op.23. Lars Vogt, piano; Andrey Boreyko, conductor. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe St. 416-593-4828. -. - 9:00: Rough Idea. Gert-Jan Prins. Guests: Alison Cameron & Mike Hansen. New Work Studio, 319 Spadina Ave. 416-204-1080. . Sunday November 02 - 1 :30: CAMMAC/McMichael Gallery. SundayConcert:FionaSesodova Trio. Music with a tango theme. 10365 Islington Ave. 905-893-0344. Free with admission to the gallery: , (sr/st), (families). - 2:00: Chamber Music Society of FREE CO. at St. James'ICat corner King & Ch NOVEMBE~T 1:00 f1:4 L SANDER VAN Guitmant, Franck and Van Marion r NICHOLASlFAI Bruhns, Hob\ Bedard, antf *: MICHAEL du alphorn an DAWES, or Swedish a Alphorn an Hambraeu Le Carma TIM PYP~R. jrg Music for Adveln ·~ Mississauga. Beethoven: Septet; Berwald: Septet; Nielsen: Serenata In Vano; Mozetich: Procession. Royal Bank Theatre, 4141 Living Arts Dr. 905-306-6000. , (sr), (st). - 2:00: Mississauga Pops Concert Band. Goy & Ghouls. Celebrating the atmosphere of Halloween. Guest: Luba Goy; Denny Ringler, conductor. Meadowvale Theatre, 6315 Montevideo Rd. 905-615-4720 x2588. ,. - 2:00: Oakville Symphony Orchestra. Opening Grandeur. Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts. See Nov 1. - 2:00: Off Centre Music Salon. French Salon: Oid it end with the Guillotine? Dussek: The Sufferings of the Unfortunate Marie Antoinette; wo.rks by Poulenc, Chausson, Debussy & Ravel. Nathalie Paulin, soprano; Luc Robert, tenor; Jacques lsraelievitch, violin; Inna Perkis & Boris Zarankin, pianists; Joseph Ziegler & Nancy Palk,' actors. 'Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front St. West. 416-205-5555. ,. - 2:00: Scarborough Civic Centre. Youth Wind Orchestra. 150 Borough Drive. 416- 396-7810. Free. - 3:00: Hart House Music Committee. Sunday Concert: Roberta Janzen, cello. Works by Prokofiev, Beethoven & Debussy. Peter Longworth, piano. Great Hall, 7 Hart House Circle. 416-978-2452. Free. - 3:00: Oratorio Terezin. George Weston Retital Hall. See November 1. - 3:00: Symphony Hamilton. The New World. Dvorak: Symphony #9 in e Op.95; Haydn: Concerto for cello in C; Mozart: Concerto for flute in D. Gertrude Trinh, cello; CHRISTCHURCH DEE at October 30: Earl Brubacher, flute; Merry-Anne Hutton, soprano; Bruce Kirkpatrick Hill, piano and organ. Songs and sonatas by Frank Martin, Jehan Alain, and others. / November 6: Elizabeth Beckman, violin; Helena Bowkun, piano. Cesar Franck Violin Sonata and other works. November 13: Gregory Millar, piano. Selections from Edvard Grieg, Lyric Pieces: · November 20: I Furiosi: The human form divine. Music by Dowland, Couperin and others. November 27: Lenard Whiting, tenor; Bruce Kirkpatrick Hill, piano. Robert Schumann Dichterliebe .. Jonathan Rogers, flute; Junior String Orchestra, Hamilton Suzuki School of Music; Marlene Dankiew-Bath, music director; James R. McKay, music director/conductor. St. Christopher's Church, 662 Guelph Line, Burlington. 905-526-6690. , , (under 12). -.3:00: U of Toronto Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures. Concert in Celebration of the 175th Anniversary of Tolstoy's birth. Beethoven: Kreutzer Sonata; excerpts from Prokofiev: War and Peace. Scott St. John, violin; Lydia Wong, piano; singers from the Faculty of Music opera division; John Hawkins, piano. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park.416-978- 3744. ,. - 4:30: Christ Church Deer Par k. Jazz Vespers: Rob Ouo. 1570 Yonge St. 416- 920-5211. Free (donation). - 4:30: St. Clement's Church. Commemo· ration of All Souls. Vaughan Williams: music from Massing; Lang: Kontakion; Durufle: In Paradisum. Thomas Filches, director. 59 Briar Hill Ave. 416-483-6664 #26. - 7:30: Julie Shier, ba.ssoon in Recital. Works by Weill, Jacob, Castelnuovo-Tedesco & others. Special guests. Beaches Presbyterian Church, 65 Glen Manor Dr. 416- 561-4727. ,. - 8:00: Flying Cloud Folk Club. Maeve Donnelly. T ranzac, 292 Brunswick. 416-41 O· 3655. Monday November 03 - 8:00: Goethe lnstitut Toronto/New Music Concerts. Helmut lachenmann, • NOVEMBER 1 - DECEMBER .7 2003 WWW. THEWHOLENOTE.COM 35

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