Volume 6 Issue 5 - February 2001

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Church of the Redeemer, 162 Bloor St.

West. 416-603-4950. $12,$8.

-- 8:00: DnStage at Glenn Gould

Studio. Jane Bunnett, saxophone & Friends.

Jazz. 250 Front St. West. 416-205-5555.

$30.

-- 8:00: Roger Scannura/Ritmo

Flamenco Dance Company. Misterio

Flamenco. Spanish dance & music. Trinity·

St. Paul's Church, 427 Bloor St. West. 416·

870-8000. $25.

-- 8:00: toneART Ensemble. 3'8's. Berg:

Seven Early Songs; Bartok: Sonata for Solo

Violin; Baker: new work; three songs (1994).

Elizabeth Parnes, soprano; Corey Gemmell,

violin; Robert A. Baker, piano. Heliconian

Hall, 35 Hazelton Ave. 416-485-5084.

$18,$12, $8(under 12).

-- 8: 15: Te Oeum Singers. Rise and

Schein. Schein: motets, sacred concerts for

2 and 3 voices; madrigals. Richard Birney·

Smith, conductor. 8:00: Chat from the

Stage. Christ Church Deer Park, 1570 Yonge

St. 1-800-263-0320. $20,$15, $6(child).

Sunday February 25

-- 2:00: Minkler Auditorium. The Hot

latkes Band. Klezmer music, Jewish dance

and old-world stories. Leslie Robbins,

storyteller; Sharon Wise, dancer. Seneca

College, 1750 Finch Ave. East. 416-491·

8877. $10.

-- 2:00: Mississauga Pops Concert

Band. Off To Scotland. Guests: 48th

Highlanders of C~nada. Meadowvale

Theatre, 6315 Montevideo Rd.,

Mississauga. 905·821·0090. $15,$12.

-- 2:00: Royal Conservatory of Music.

Sunday Serenade. Works for piano duo by

Handel, Mozkowski, Bach, Milhaud &

Arensky. Eric Medhurst & John Graham,

piano. Ettore Mazzoleni Concert Hall, 273

Bloor St. West. 416-408·2824 ext.321.

$10,$5.

-- 3:00: Autobiomusics 2000/2001. A

Ruth Crawford Seeger Centennial. Crawford

Seeger: Preludes #s 1,5,9 for solo piano;

Five Songs to poems of Sandburg;

Kasemets: Diaries & Letters of Ruth

Crawford Seeger for 2 narrators, piano,

percussion & cello; Wolff: Ruth for trombone

& piano. Ann Bourne, cello; Steven Donald,

trombone; Udo Kasemets, piano; Susan

Layard, narrator/singer; Richard Sacks,

percussion; Linda Catlin Smith, narrator.

Seeley Hall, 6 Hoskin Ave. 416·929·5849.

Free.

-- 3:00: Canadian Mus.ic Competitions.

National Winners of the 2000 CMC. Music

for piano & voice. Newman Centre, 89 St.

George St. 416-978-0465. $5.

-- 3:00: Toronto Heliconian Club.

Concert of Complete Song Cycles. Wagner:

Wesendonk Lieder; Fleming: Moments.

Barbara Fris, Lillian Sit Po & Elizabeth

Thoms, sopranos; Patricia Rideout, mezzo;

accompanied on the piano by Carol Birtch,

Che Ann Loewen and Judith Kennedi Peleg.

Heliconian Hall, 35 Hazelton Ave. 416-922·

3618. $10.

-- 3:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra.

,~armen Fantasy. Roy Thomson Hall. See

February 25. ·

-- 4:00: National Shevchenko Musical

Ensemble. Romancing the Classics. Arias &

songs. Vocalists; mandolin orchestra;

Alexander Veprinsky, artistic diretor.

Eastminster Church, 310 Danforth Ave.

416·533-2725. $15,$12.

-- 4:00: Toronto Children's Chorus. A

little Music for a Sunday Afternoon. Bryan:

Rip van Winkle; Canadian folksongs &

dances; solo performances. TCC Training

Choirs I, II & Ill; Jean Ashworth Bartle,

music director; Mitch Bondy, assistant

conductor. Metropolitan United Church, 56

Queen St. East. 416-932-8666 ext.111.

$20,$15,$12.

-- 8:00: Artword Theatre. Eugene's

Sunday Series: Strings & Silicon. Improvised

acoustic & electronically modified string

music. Kye Marshall, cello; Jason "the

hammer" Hammer, bass; Eugene Martynec,

computer musician/host. 75 Portland. 416·

408-2783. $8.

-- 8:00: Flying Cloud Folk Club. festival

of Storytelling Cabaret. Stories & music.

TRANZAC, 292 Brunswick Ave. 416-656-

2445. $12,$10.

Monday February 26

-- 2:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra.

Carmen Fantasy. Roy Thomson Hall. See

February 25. $25 to $52.

-- 8:00: CJRT FM. Sound of Toronto

Jazz. Tribute to Louis Armstrong and The All

Stars. Ontario Science Centre, 770 Don

Mills Road. 416-595-0404. $10.

-- 8:00: Toronto Organ Club. Colin

Cousins, Hammond X66 organ. Christ

Church, 329 Royal York Road. 905-824-

4667. $8.

Tuesday February 27

-- 12:10: Critical Mass. Morales: Missa

de beata virgine. Ariel Harwood Jones,

soprano; Kelly Baxter, alto; Larry Beckwith

& Christopher Adler, tenors; Peter

Tiefenbach, bass. St. Thomas's Church, 383

Huron St. 416-778-4923. Freewill offering

(suggested $1 OJ. Proceeds to Out of the

Toronto Children's Chorus

Jean Ashworth Bartle, C.M, O.Ont. Founder/Music Director

Mitch Bondy Assistant Conductor

A Little Music for a

SUNDAY AFTERNOON

An afternoon of music, stories and fun!

Featuring 200 voices in the musical,

RIP VAN WINKLE, plus Canadian

folksongs & solo surprises ...

Sl.)NDAY, FEBRUARY 25 4:00 PM

METROPOLITAN UNITED CHURCH

Tickets: (416) 932-8666, ext. 111

Children HeJ.ping

CHILDREN

A Gala benefit for the Hospital for Sick

Children's Music Therapy Program!

Featuring Chan Ka Nin's CARLA'S POEMS

with poetry by chorister Carla Hartenberger.

SATURDAY, MARCH 3 7:30 PM

TORONTO CENTRE FOR THE ARTS

Tickets: (416) 733-9388

Sponsor:

llEALING CONCERT

with

l)ebbie Danbrook

master of the Shakuhachi flute

- including labyrinth walking

Saturday, February 24 at 8 p.m.

(Tea served at 7:30)

Admission is $12 in advance

and $15 at the door.

Toronto Children's Chorus

(416) 932-8666

www .torontochildrenschorus.com

MEDIA

SPONSOR:

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your favourite arias and songs

performed by oustanding

Vocal Soloists

and the classical ·

Mandolin Orchestra

of the Shevchenko Musical Ensemble

ALEXANDER VEPRINSKY Conductor

Sunday, February 25 • 4:00 PM

Eastrninster United Church

310 Danforth (Chester Subway)

$15 adults • $12 seniors

Call 416-533-2725 •VISA accepted

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