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Volume 9 Issue 8 - May 2004

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mSinfqnia tOfOfiLO NURHAN ARMAN MUSIC DIRECTOR 2004-2005 Main Series Glenn Gould Studio - Saturdays at 8 pm Denise Djokic, Cellist __ HEA\LENlY_HAY_D~e;_ Wit and warmth in every bar - a playful scherzo, two of Haydn's lively symphonies, and his robust concerto performed by the.,.most exciting new cellist to emerge in years Brilliant European guests bring the folk traditions of Scandinavia and.Eastern Europe alive, crowned with the grace of Mendelssohn Andras Weber, Cellist CHRISIMA£IREAli_aec__5_ ___ _ Lawrence Park Community Church, 3pm Musical Christmas gifts for every taste - well-loved favourites, hidden gems, and a carol finale to send you home singing Judy Kang, Violinist J3ELCANTQ_VJOUNEe.H____ _ Songs without words, songs wi_thout end Four of the most lyrical composers who ever lived, and the singing' tone of one of Canada's most outstanding young violinists Jasper Wood, Violinist £lDDJJNG_AR_QU.NilMar_s: __ Two delightful concertos contrasted by a superb, stylist, plus tuneful delights from two of the world's greatest musical cities _ J_HE_IHRlLLOF DISC_O_\lERYAllfjlL_ _ _ Winner of the 3rd bi-annual Sinfonia Toronto International Competition Feel the excitement!... as a new solo star shines out in a galaxy of variety: a beloved classic, a lovely Canadian miniature and a Russian masterpiece Katherine Chi, Pianist _G_RAl'fil__ROMA_N_CE_May_Z ___ _ Melody will·sweep you away, in a scenic fantasy, one of the great romantic concertos· played by the Esther Honens Competition winner, and Tchaikowsky's glorious serenade Subscription to all 7 concerts Adult 5, Senior 0, Student 416-499-0403 or buy online at Voung People'~ Concert~ Lawrence Park Community Church - Sundays at,3:30 pm Four concerts with narration and demonstrations, each one hour long, no intermission - Great musical selections drawn from our Main Series concerts MEET Tl-lE S:TRNGS: J an 30 Wl-lA TA S:ONG AND DANCE! Feb 27 TAKE IT APART! Apr3 MEET Tl-lE COMPOS:ER May 1 Subscription to all 4 concerts Adult/Senior , Student/Youth 416-499-0403 or buy on line at E

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