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Volume 9 Issue 6 - March 2004

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my knowledge of technique and the problems of composition." (The program of Amici' s March 5 concert will also include a work by Zemlinsky.) There will be some fine solo voice recitals in March: Nathalie Paulin on March 8 at Glenn Gould Studio, Mary Bella and Michael Colvin at Thornhill Presbyterian Church on March 12 Michael Colvin again, this time with Virginia Hatfield, Anita Kraus, and Alexander Dobson at Walter Hall on March 14, and on March 17 with Richard Bradshaw and rrembers of the COC Orchestra at Glenn Gould Studio. ~arch will also,bring several oppor- . turut:Jes ID hear music for the harp: On John Hawkins, circa 1970 March14theAmericanHarpSociety l;lis March 1 concert, The Love Story presents retired TSO harpist, Judy Loof the Packard and the Ford (An man, in recital at Armour Heights Evening of Arrerican Song) with songs Church, and harpist Sharlene Wallace by across-sectionof"serious" and ;,tin will perform at the Royal Conservatopan alley" composers, will be a good ry of Music on March 11 and at Enoch example of this. Turner School House on March 21. Burashko 's musical influence will An? if your passion is the guitar,then also be felt in a concert at Glenn Gould set aside March 26-28, which are the Studio on March 23, based on the life ~ days of the Toronto Guitar syin,: ~d work of.Canadian poet, Dorothy posuun concerts, lecnn:es and master Livesay. Alrericanpopularmusicwill · class.es, a!} for the gmtar. The first also figure largely in programs by the evenmg will be a recital by Jeffrey Mc­ Toronto Philharmonia on March 4 Fadden, who is also the director of the & 7 and the Cathedral Bluffs Or- University of Toronto Guitar Ensemchestra on March 6. ble, which will perform just three days i':1arch 6 is going to be busy: Sin- earlier on M.arch. 2~. · ~orua Toronto hosts guest flute solo- ~t'. the 1d~t1c young Yugoslavi­ JSt Leslie Newman who will perform an PIB?15t, Marma Arsenijevic, having the Mercadante flute concerto; the exi:ienenced the horrors of civil war is Oakville. Chamber Orchestra has 1:YIDg ID ~mmunicate better by innovapiano soloist Andrew Aarons perform- t:Jve .crossmg the boundaries between ing Mozart?s Concerto #20; and the mus_1~genres.Marina'sgoalistobring ~uga Symphoay Orchestra "~ty m the face of diversity" and rewill feature some fine violin playing ~d "people of th~ir corrnmn humanby the distinguished young Ukrainian- 1ty throu~ ~er music." She will present Canadian violinist, Vasyl Popadiuk. a fun?-~mg co~cert for the relief of On March 13, just a week later, the suffenng m her native country on March Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra 31 at the Weston Recital Hall. with guest violinist Tara-Louise Montour will give th~ Hamilton premiere of "Farewell to the Warriors" by Re­ ·gent Levasseur - a work related to her Mohawk heritage, based on a haunting Chippewa song sung by women when their men went off to war. Around the same t:iri:e (March 10, 11 & 13) the Toronto Symphony Orchestra with guest pianist Yefun Bronfman will perfonn Prokofiev's legendary Second Piano Concerto, the score of which was destroyed in his apartment during the Russian revolution, leading to the composer's re-writing it frommermry! On the same program will be The Mermaid by Alexander Zemlinsky, a highly accomplished late 19th and early 20th Century Austrian composer, who was one ofSchoenber,g's teachers. Schoenberg in fact said that Zemlinsky was the man he had ID thank "for practically all TLC for musicians ·by a musician Endurance • Breath Posture • Muscle Release Dr. Katarina Bulat, Chiropractor Clinic: Back in Motion 1370 Danforth Ave. Tel: 416-461 - 2225 Private Practice: 18 Vernadale Cres. Tel: 416-752-8673 GJtEAT 1001

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