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Volume 9 Issue 5 - February 2004

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Toronto's Premier

Toronto's Premier Chamber Orchestra NURHAN ARMAN tvUSIC DIRECTOR Saturday, February 7, 8 pm - Glenn Gould Studio ·, David Jalbert, Pianist Voung People'~ Concert~ · for ages 5 to 100... . Lawrence Park Community Church, 2 7 80 Bayview Ave. Sundays Feb 1, Mar 28.1 3pm , 416-499-0403 Saturday, Ma.rch 27 -Arcadian Court , STRAUSS & SWING SOIREE ~ V · A Vien~ese ~ala. Waltzes · . ,., ~ by Sinfonia Toronto; -'f! i ~Q)standards by Toronto '-~ All-Star Big Band; ~ CBC personality ' J Suhanna Merchard, ~ · · emcee; six-course gourmet dinner; demonstrations by Toronto Dance, and more. 0 per person. Get a table of 10 for 5 per person! Call 416-499-0403 Time" project has brought legendary vibraphonist Peter Appleyard and crooner Tommy Ambrose to illuminate our stage. This year, we are thrilled to be working with jazz vocalist Ranee Lee and clarinet king Buddy Defranco (conceits February 21st and May 15th respectively, 2 pm and 7 pm, at the St. Lawrence Centre). Ranee Lee is an ideal mentor and performance partner for the band. One of Canada's finest jazz vocalists with awesome vocal scope and a keen sense of swing, Ranee Lee epitomizes the great . singers of the Big Band era. A respected educator who loves teaching, Ranee Lee revels in the potential of her students, and has remarked "Canada has a wealth of musicians. We should appreciate them more." So we revel in the prospect of working with the great Ranee Lee, bringing her learned perspective to our performers and her amazing talent to our stage. WWW. THEWHOLENOTE.COM The legendary Buddy Defranco pioneered the evolution of jaz~ . through the swing era to the age of bebop. Dubbed "the greatest jazz clarinetist of all time", he is a former member of the greatest bands of the times (Tommy Dorsey, Count Basie, Glenn Miller). He's the real McCoy - an exciting virtuoso with a soul full of swing. What a thrill it will be to work with him. Jn the longer terrn ... We're always looking ahead, eager for new challenges. That's what has brought us this far! Touring, high profile performances, and major performance partners will continue to dominate our plans. On t)le education side, we see the need and opportunity to broaden our scope, serving young musicians on a Canada-wide scale with mentors from across the country and performances from coast to coast. Follow-Up Three farther questions. First, as you say, you didn't live through the time! So I'm wondering how you came to the music. Second, what was the genesis of the TABB,

The Roya I Conservatory · , Orchestra FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 2004, 8 PM THE MUSIC OF WAGNER AND R.STRAUSS The Royal Conservatory of Music presents The Great Artist Series SUNDAY, FEBR!JARY 29, 2004, 2 PM FEATURING ACCLAIMED GLENN GOULD SCHOOL FACULTY Bramwell Tovey conductor Erin Marie Wall soprano R. Strauss Don Juan R. Strauss Four Last Songs Wagner excerpts from Der Ring des Nibelungen including "Ride of the Valkeries" and "Siegfried's Rhine Journey" George Weston Recital Hall Toronto Centrefor the Arts 5040 Yonge Street 416.872.1111 $ 2 5 adults, students & seniors Anagnoson & Kinton piano duo with David Kent percussion John Rudolph percussion Mozart Sonata for Two Pianos in D Major Bartok Sonata for Two Pianos and Percussion. Gershwin Rhapsody in Blue Mazzoleni Concert Hall Royal Con~ervatory of Music 273 Bloor Street West 416.408.2824 ext.321 adults, .5 students & seniors to ro ntda rtsbo u n c i I FEBRUARY 1 - MARCH 7 2004 WWW.THEWHOlENOTE.COM - 11

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