Volume 6 Issue 5 - February 2001

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Saturday February 24, continued

-- 2:00 & 8:00: Toronto Northern

Lights. 3rd Annual Show. Toronto Northern

Lights Chapter Quartet; Toronto Northern

Lights Chorus; Rumors (Sweet Adelines).

George Weston Recital Hall, 5040 Yonge St.

416·425·4442. $25.

-- 5:00: Toronto Mendelssohn Choir. A

Symphony of Voices. Yorkminster Park

Church. See February 23.

-- 7:30: Toronto Symphony Orchestra.

Carmen Fantasy. Tchaikovsky: Selections

Jl[{ 'Ifie Xjng's 'Voices

Yl 2?.pmantic Cabaret

s ·ongs of Love & £augliter

Steven Thachuk - Guitar

Saturday February 24, 8 pm

Willowdale United Church

349 Kennet~ Ave., North York

Tickets: $15 Adult, $10 Senior/Student

For Information Call 416-225-2255

www.allthekingsvoices.ca

from Swan Lake; Saint·Saens: Bacchanale

from Samson et Dalila; Saraste:

Zigeunerweisen; Bizet/Waxman: Carmen

Fantasy; Bitet: L' Arlesienne Suite # 1;

Smeta~a: The Moldau & Sarka from Ma

Vlast. Lara St. John, violin; Charles.Olivieri·

Munroe, conductor. Roy Thomson Hall, 60

Simcoe. 416-593-4828. $25 to $50.

-- 8:00: All The King's Voices. Madrigal

Festival.· A Musical History Tour Through

Centuries of Song. David J'. King, conductor.

Willowdale United Church, 349 Kenneth

Ave. 416·225·2255. $15,$10.

-- 8:00:. Arbor Oak. A Choral Wreath.

Renaissance & Baroque choral and

instrumental miniatures. Kitchener·Waterloo

Philharmonic Chamber Choir; Howard Dyck,

conductor. 7:15: pre-concert chat with

Howard Dyck. Calvin Presbyterian Church,

26 Delisle Ave. 416· 778-4923. $18, $12.

3 'B's .

MUSIC FROM THE 20TH & 21ST CENTURIES

Saturday 24 February 2001

8 pm

Heliconian Hall

35 Hazelton Avenue

violin

soprano

piano

-- 8:00: Living Arts Centre

Mississauga. Amazing Journey. Exploration

of the history of our planet from the Big

Band to the present, with song, full staging,

set & costumes. Dr. David Suzuki, narrator;

Mississauga Youth Theatre; Mississauga ,

Youth Orchestra. Hammerson Hall; 4141

Living Arts Drive, Mississauga. 905-306·

6000. $35;$25. Proceeds to support the

David Suzuki Foundation.

-- 8:00: Music at Metropolitan. Healing

Concert. Debbie Danbrook, shakuhachi.

Metropolitan United Church, 56 Queen St.

East. 416·363-0331. $12 (advance),$15

(door).

-- 8:00; Musicians in Ordinary. Paris

and Rome · Virtuosity vs Preciosity. Music

by Lambert, Lully & de Visee for voices, ,

theorbo & guitar. Hallie Fishel, soprano;

Nancy Delong, mezzo; John Edwards, lute.

toneART

tA

ensemble

Corey Gemmell

Elizabeth Pom11s

Robert A. Baker.

$18 Adults/$12 seniors students/$8 under 12 .

Alban BERG

Seven Early Songs

BelaBARTOK

' Sonata/or Solo Violin (1944)

Robert A.,BAKER

Tliree Songs (1994)

Two Songs for Sqprano, Violin

& Piano on Poems by Priscila

Uppal (2000)

Voices with and without

words - the art of song

continues from 1907 to

2001, from these 3 'B's.

St.James' Cathedral

presents

LUNCH HOUR

CONCERTS

Free half-hour concerts

on Tuesdays at 1:00 pm

Join us.for

Feb.6

Feb.13

Feb.20

Kim Soobok, organ

Hindemith: Sonata #1

Bach: Prelude & Fugue in G

BWV541

Corrine Dutton, organ.

Tom Fitches, organ.

THE TORONTO MENDELSSOHN CHOIR

presents a glorious a cappella program of music to stir the soul The

program includes Rachmaninov's lush and stirring Vespers and

William Byrd's de~icate and ethereal Mass for Four Voices.

Feb.27

Mar.3

Peter Mahon, countertenor

& Christopher Dawes,

organ.

"Oiseaux Exotiques"

David Bird & Michael

Dobinson: new works

65 Church Street (at King)

(416) 364-7865 Ext. 224

Friday, February 23, 2001 at 8 p.m.

Saturday, February 24, 2001 at 5 p.m.

Pre-Concert Chat by Rick Phillips

(one hour prior to performance)

Yorkminster Park Baptist Church

Call (416) 598-0422 for tickets

26 wholenote FEBRUARY 1, 2001 - MARCH 7, 2001

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