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Interview with Andrew Balfour conducted by Hillary Chu

Item is a video recorded interview between Hillary Chu (interviewer, representative of FoMARA) and Andrew Balfour (interviewee). Andrew Balfour is a Cree composer, conductor, singer, and sound designer whose works include choral, instrumental, and orchestral music. As a result of the Sixties Scoop, Andrew was raised in a non-Indigenous family in Alberta. Today he is a highly sought-after composer known for fusing Classical music traditions with Indigenous texts and themes to highlight the unsettling sociopolitical pressures and commentary that have surrounded Indigenous peoples in Canada for many years. Andrew and Hillary's conversation covers topics including education, equitable access to opportunities, violence against Indigienous peoples, and systemic discrimination. Trigger warning: the interview includes discussion of Residential Schools, and mentions of addiction.

Interview with Andrew Adridge conducted by Rosemonde Desjardins

Item is a video recorded interview between Rosemonde Desjardins (interviewer, representative of FoMARA) and Andrew Adridge (interviewee). Andrew Adridge is a Guyanese-Canadian vocal performer, and a graduate from the University of Toronto opera program. He works as the Operations Associate for Opera.ca, and is the Co-Founder of Opera InReach, an initiative aimed at examining the civi impact of opera, creating an authentic Canadian identity for it, and engaging the next generation of performers with equitable and diverse digital programming and mentorship. Andrew and Rosemonde's conversation covers topics including tokenization and diversity, the arts, Black Lives Matter, and systemic discrimination.

Interview with Dr. Melissa Morgan conducted by Claire Latosinsky

Item is a video recorded interview between Claire Latosinsky (interviewer, representative of FoMARA) and Dr. Melissa Morgan (interviewee). Dr. Melissa Morgan is the Assistant Professor of Choral Music in the department of Media, Arts, and Performance at the University of Regina, where she conducts the Chamber Singers and Concert Choir, in addition to teaching courses in vocal diction and choral conducting. Previously, she was the Pfeifer Memorial Chair of Music at Luther College High School, and was founder and artistic director of the former community ensemble, Prairie Chamber Choir. Dr. Morgan holds a doctorate of Music Performance in Choral Conducting from the University of Toronto, and is also an Associate of the Toronto Royal Conservatory of Music in piano, voice, and flute. Dr. Morgan and Claire's conversation covers topics including access to information, music pedagogy, and racism.

Interview with Dr. Farzaneh Hemmasi conducted by Claire Latosinsky

Item is a video recorded interview between Claire Latosinsky (interviewer, representative of FoMARA) and Dr. Farzaneh Hemmasi (interviewee). Dr. Farzaneh Hemmasi (in Persian orthography فرزانه حمصی ) is as Associate Professor of Ethnomusicology at the University of Toronto. Her research interests include Iranian popular music, the politics of popular culture, and transnationality. Her book, Tehrangeles Dreaming: Intimacy and Imagination in Southern California’s Iranian Pop Music, published in April 2020, examines the postrevolutionary pop music of the Iranian diaspora in Los Angeles as a site of transnational identity creation. She holds a doctorate from Columbia University and has held fellowships with the University of Pennsylvania’s Penn Humanities Forum and Columbia University’s Middle East Institute as well as its Institute of Social and Economic Policy and Research. In the summer of 2020, Prof. Hemmasi was co-chair of the Faculty of Music’s Anti-Racism, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (AREDI) Workgroup. Dr. Hemmasi and Claire's conversation covers topics including performative diversity, tokenization, music pedagogy, and Black Lives Matter.

Interview with Tara Kannangara conducted by Hillary Chu

Item is a video recorded interview between Hillary Chu (interviewer, representative of FoMARA) and Tara Kannangara (interviewee). Tara Kannangara is a vocalist and instrumentalist known for her diverse sound. She is a Juno-nominated artist, and holds a degree in Jazz studies from the Unviersity of Toronto. Tara has performed across North America at venues including the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, D.C., and New York City's Jazz Gallery. Tara is currently a sessional teacher at the University of Toronto in the Faculty of Music's Jazz program. Tara and Hillary's conversation covers topics including assimilation, gender disparity, music pedagogy, racial inequity, and systemic discrimination.

Interview with Leighton Harrell conducted by Hillary Chu

Item is a video recorded interview between Rosemonde Desjardins (interviewer, representative of FoMARA) and Leighton Harrell (interviewee). Leighton Harrell is a bassist and composer from Raleigh, North Carolina, currently attending the University of Toronto's Jazz Performance program. Leighton has held a biweekly residency at Poetry Jazz Cafe with his quartet since 2019. He has also performed at venues such as The Toronto Jazz Festival, the Kensington Market Jazz Festival, and Toronto Meridian Centre for the Arts. As a composer and artist, Leighton draws inspiration from hymns and spirituals, folk music, and various traditions of Black American Music. Leighton and Hillary's conversation covers topics including Black AMerican Music, colonialism, cultural appropriation, performative diversity, and music pedagogy.

Interview with Beverley McKiver conducted by Elizabeth Robinson

Item is a video recorded interview between Elizabeth Robinson (interviewer, representative of the U of T Music Library) and Beverley McKiver (interviewee). Beverley McKiver is a music teacher, composer, accompanist, and performer based in Ottawa, Ontario. Beverley's compositions have been performed at Native Earth Performing Arts, Jumblies Theatre, and Soundstreams. In 2020 she premiered a suite of piano solos representing the provincial and territorial emblems, which she composed as a result of a Digital Originals grant from the Canada Council. Beverley and Elizabeth's conversation covers topics including economic disparity, music pedagogy, and violence towards Indigenous communities. Trigger warning: this interview includes discussion of Residential Schools.

Interview with Bruce A. Russell conducted by Elizabeth Robinson

Item is a video recorded interview between Elizabeth Robinson (interviewer, representative of the U of T Music Library) and Bruce A. Russell (interviewee). Bruce A. Russell, (aka Ibrahim El Mahboob) is a composer and self-taught pianist living and working in Toronto. He studied at York University with James Tenney and Phillip Werren, and has composed music for the Madawaska String Quartet, Modetn Times Stage Company, and McMaster dancers and choreographers Pan Johnson and Tracy Renee Stafford. Bruce is particularly interested in 20th and 21st century music, especially posminimalism, and music of the African diaspora, including notated and non-notated forms. Bruce and Elizabeth's conversation covers topics including tokenization, performative diversity, Black Lives Matter, racial politics, and police violence. Tigger warning: this interview includes discussion of discriminatory terminology used to classify Black people. The interview includes mentions of suicidal depression, mental health, and institutionalization.

Interview with Ricardo Ferro conducted by Rosemonde Desjardins

Item is a video recorded interview between Rosemonde Desjardins (interviewer, representative of FoMARA) and Ricardo Ferro (interviewee). Ricardo Ferro is a Venezuelan-Canadian composer and multi-instrumentalist based in Toronto, Ontario. As an emerging composer, Ricardo has written music for and worked with North American ensembles and performers such as the Calidore String Quartet, Oakville Youth Symphony Orchestra, and Younggun Kim. He has written award-winning music for film and theatre for the Sundeis Film Fastival in Boston and the National Theatre School Festival in Canada. In 2019, Ricarod co-founded the Green Room Sound Collective, a contemporary music organization dedicated to the creation and performance of new dramatic and multimedia works of music, and is currently their artistic director. Ricardo is currently pursuing a degree in composition at the University of Toronto Faculty of Music. Ricardo and Rosemonde's conversation covers topics including eurocentrism in music, music pedagogy, Black Lives Matter, and representation.

Collection of interviews with BIPOC musicians

  • CA OTUFM 65
  • Collection
  • 2020

Collection consists of 9 recorded interviews, both audio and video. The interviews were held by members of the design team for the exhibit Polyphony: Diversity in Music, and feature students and faculty from the University of Toronto Faculty of Music and musicians based in Ottawa, Ontario; Toronto, Ontario; and Regina, Saskatchewan. Interviewers used questions to help the interviewers share their experiences with diversity in music. Questions included whether they identified with current categories in racial discourse (i.e. BIPOC), whether their culture or identity has impacted their opportunities, and what advice they would offer to emerging BIPOC musicians. Themes within the interviews cover a broad range of topics, including systemic discrimination, imposter syndrome, racism, identity, and music pedagogy.

University of Toronto Music Library

World music ensembles

File consists of a recording of the concert, which took place in Walter Hall.
Event Details:

  • Renshu Daiko / Seiichi Tanaka (Japanese Taiko Ensemble ; Gary Kiyoshi Nagata, director)
  • Iwai / Kiyoshi Nagata (Japanese Taiko Ensemble ; Gary Kiyoshi Nagata, director)
  • Fuyu no Michi (Winter Road) / Shuichi Hidano (Japanese Taiko Ensemble ; Gary Kiyoshi Nagata, director)
  • Ogi Matsuri Daiko / Yoshikazu Fujimoto (Japanese Taiko Ensemble ; Gary Kiyoshi Nagata, director)
  • Nigun L’chu N’ran’na ... Odessa Bulgar # 3/Bulgar ala Naftule (University of Toronto Klezmer Ensemble ; Brian Katz, director)
  • Umru Mayne (Esther-Ruth Teel, voice ; University of Toronto Klezmer Ensemble ; Brian Katz, director)
  • Der Ziser Bulgar (University of Toronto Klezmer Ensemble ; Brian Katz, director)
  • Dem Trisker Rebn’s Khosid ... Bassarabian Zhok (Kayla Falkenholt, harp ; University of Toronto Klezmer Ensemble ; Brian Katz, director)
  • A Yor Nokh Der Khosene (Sinem Arslan, voice; Emily Ninavaie, voice ; University of Toronto Klezmer Ensemble ; Brian Katz, director)
  • Expect The Great (Gospel Choir ; Darren Hamilton, director)
  • Wade In The Water (Soloist: Ismene Papadopoulou ; Gospel Choir ; Darren Hamilton, director)
  • Faith (Soloists: George Kobty and Vannessa Gadoutsis ; Gospel Choir ; Darren Hamilton, director)
  • Can’t Give Up Now (Soloists: Briana Lee, Anna Chung and Phoebe Wong ; Gospel Choir ; Darren Hamilton, director)
  • Better (Gospel Choir ; Darren Hamilton, director)

Brass chamber concert

File consists of a recording of the concert, which took place in Walter Hall.
Performers : Jeffrey Reynolds, director
Event details :

  • Quintets, cornets (2), alto horn, baritone, tuba, no. 2, op. 6, E-flat major. Allegro risoluto / Victor Ewald (Malcolm Horava, Declan Scott, Trumpets; Paolo Rosselli, Horn; Nathaniel Jenkins, Trombone; Tony Luo, Tuba; Vanessa Fralick, coach)
  • Laudes. Reveille / Jan Bach (Malcolm Horava, Declan Scott, Trumpets; Paolo Rosselli, Horn; Nathaniel Jenkins, Trombone; Tony Luo, Tuba; Vanessa Fralick, coach)
  • Suite in F major. Chasse / Eugene Bozza (Noah Hawryluck, David Hunter, Zoë Leblanc, Joanne Yin, Horns; Audrey Good, coach)
  • Suite in F major. Chanson ancienne / Eugene Bozza (Noah Hawryluck, David Hunter, Zoë Leblanc, Joanne Yin, Horns; Audrey Good, coach)
  • Péri. Fanfare / Paul Dukas (Daniel Barak, Freddy Abu Sido, Trumpets; Catherine Wang, Horn; Ben Storm, Trombone; Mike Liu, Tuba; Jim Spragg, coach)
  • Suite from the Monteregian Hills. Marche / Morley Calvert (Daniel Barak, Freddy Abu Sido, Trumpets; Catherine Wang, Horn; Ben Storm, Trombone; Mike Liu, Tuba; Jim Spragg, coach)
  • Suite from the Monteregian Hills. Chanson Melancolique / Morley Calvert (Daniel Barak, Freddy Abu Sido, Trumpets; Catherine Wang, Horn; Ben Storm, Trombone; Mike Liu, Tuba; Jim Spragg, coach)
  • Suite from the Monteregian Hills. Valse Ridicule / Morley Calvert (Daniel Barak, Freddy Abu Sido, Trumpets; Catherine Wang, Horn; Ben Storm, Trombone; Mike Liu, Tuba; Jim Spragg, coach)
  • Suite from the Monteregian Hills. Danse Villageoise / Morley Calvert (Daniel Barak, Freddy Abu Sido, Trumpets; Catherine Wang, Horn; Ben Storm, Trombone; Mike Liu, Tuba; Jim Spragg, coach)
  • Quintet #2 / B.M. Jacobowitz (Boris Chung, Samantha Dale, Trumpets; Gabe Conquer, Horn; Grace Hamilton, Trombone; Abby Erwied, Bass Trombone; Sal Fratia, coach)
  • Preludes, piano, book 1. Fille aux cheveux de lin; arr. / Claude Debussy, arr. Gary Kulesha (Boris Chung, Samantha Dale, Trumpets; Gabe Conquer, Horn; Grace Hamilton, Trombone; Abby Erwied, Bass Trombone; Sal Fratia, coach)
  • Quintets, trumpets (2), horn, trombone, tuba, no. 1 / Lewis M. Miller (Boris Chung, Samantha Dale, Trumpets; Gabe Conquer, Horn; Grace Hamilton, Trombone; Abby Erwied, Bass Trombone; Sal Fratia, coach)
  • Scherzo, trumpets (2), horn, trombone, tuba / John Cheetham (Alexis Dill, Adrian Rogers, Trumpets; William Kowalenko, Trombone; Dia Tam, Horn; Bien Carandang, Bass Trombone; David Pell, coach)
  • Have Yourself A Merry Christmas / Alastair Kay (Alexis Dill, Adrian Rogers, Trumpets; William Kowalenko, Trombone; Dia Tam, Horn; Bien Carandang, Bass Trombone; David Pell, coach)
  • Trios, piano, violin, cello, H. XV, 25, G major. Rondo all'ongarese; arr. / Josef Haydn (Alexis Dill, Adrian Rogers, Trumpets; William Kowalenko, Trombone; Dia Tam, Horn; Bien Carandang, Bass Trombone; David Pell, coach)
  • Just A Closer Walk / Traditional, arr. Don Gillis (Bailey Underwood-Doe, Nicholas Stevenson, Trumpets; Sophie Shah, Horn; Jasmine Fok, Trombone; Paul Nemec, Tuba; John Jasavala, coach)
  • Irish Tune from County Derry / Percy Aldridge Grainger (Bailey Underwood-Doe, Nicholas Stevenson, Trumpets; Sophie Shah, Horn; Jasmine Fok, Trombone; Paul Nemec, Tuba; John Jasavala, coach)
  • Bridal rose / Calixa Lavallée, arr. Howard Cable (Bailey Underwood-Doe, Nicholas Stevenson, Trumpets; Sophie Shah, Horn; Jasmine Fok, Trombone; Paul Nemec, Tuba; John Jasavala, coach)
  • Quartets, horns, op. 35. Nocturne / Nikolay Tcherepnin (The West Coasties: Anna Ding, Calvin Krueger, Kevin Li, Shin Wang, Horns; Chris Gongos, coach)
  • Quartets, horns, op. 35. Ancienne chanson allemande / Nikolay Tcherepnin (The West Coasties: Anna Ding, Calvin Krueger, Kevin Li, Shin Wang, Horns; Chris Gongos, coach)
  • Quartets, horns, op. 35. Chasse / Nikolay Tcherepnin (The West Coasties: Anna Ding, Calvin Krueger, Kevin Li, Shin Wang, Horns; Chris Gongos, coach)
  • Fripperies. No. 4 / Lowell E. Shaw (The West Coasties: Anna Ding, Calvin Krueger, Kevin Li, Shin Wang, Horns; Chris Gongos, coach)
  • Morning Song / Scott Irvine (Katherine Moffatt, Charlie Watson, Trumpets; Simon Au-Young, Horn; Jack Gagner, Trombone; Ben Whitby, Tuba; Anita McAllister, coach)
  • Puttin' on the Ritz / Irving Berlin. arr. Stephen Roberts (Katherine Moffatt, Charlie Watson, Trumpets; Simon Au-Young, Horn; Jack Gagner, Trombone; Ben Whitby, Tuba; Anita McAllister, coach)

Student composers concert no. 2

File consists of a recording of the concert, which took place in Walter Hall.
Event tracks :

  • Winter Music / Michael Nunes (b. 2000) (Michelle Hui - flute ; Luca Ortolani - oboe ; Tommaso Masnari - clarinet ; Michael Nunes - horn ; Eric Belanger - bassoon)
  • Čarxe / Aryo Nazaradeh (b.1996) (Joshua Su - piano)
  • The Last Moments of Our Season. I: In the Amber of Autumn, Dream of Me... ; II: If I Had... / Emma Colette Moss (b.1999) (Emily Rocha - soprano ; Emma Moss - piano)
  • Annabel Lee / Benjamin Gabbay (b.1995) (Concreamus Chamber Choir - Kai Leung, conductor ; Benjamin Gabbay- piano)
  • Sonata-Fantasy / Peter Wang (b. 1996) (Peter Wang - piano)
  • Scherzo for Solo Cellist / Ian Ching-Hei Chan (b. 2001) (Gretchen Lee - cello)
  • Fran / Kevin Mulligan (b. 1995) (Saba Yousefi - violin ; Lexi Li - violin ; Sam Edwards - viola ; Kevin Zi-Xiao He - cello)

Woodwind chamber ensembles

File consists of a recording of the concert, which took place in Walter Hall.
Performers : Woodwind Chamber Ensembles ; Eric Hall, director
Event details :

  • Trios, piano, flute, oboe / Madeleine Dring (Deco Trio)
  • Petite suite, flute, bassoon (Bread & Butter Duo)
  • Trios concertants, op. 61. No. 6 / François Devienne (Truffle Trio Delight)
  • Divertimenti, K. 439b. No. 4 / Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (Olivia Van Alebeek and Annette (Hui-Ting) Yeh, clarinets ; Steve Seo, bass clarinet)
  • Trios, flute, violin, cello, op. 32, F major. Allegro / Kaspar Kummer (Lisa Han, flute; Mimmy Hsu, clarinet; Ryan Ghassemi, bassoon)
  • Miniature quartet / Norman Forber Kay (O No No Obo Quartet)
  • Quintet, flute, oboe, clarinet, horn, bassoon, G minor. Allegro con moto / Paul Taffanel (The Quintalicious Winds)
  • Shanties / Malcolm Arnold (Quintakis)
  • Quintets, flute, oboe, clarinet, horn, bassoon, op. 88. No. 2. Lento ; Poco andante / Anton Reicha (The Wiggles)
  • Aires tropicales. Alborada ; Son ; Habanera ; Vals venezolano ; Dizzyness ; Contradanza / Paquito D'Rivera (Tuesday Room Quintet)

University of Toronto jazz orchestra and Hart House jazz ensemble

File consists of a recording of the concert, which took place in Walter Hall.
Performers : UTJO (University of Toronto Jazz Orchestra) and Hart House Jazz Ensemble ; Gordon Foote, director and Ernesto Cervini, conductor
Event details:

  • Switch in Time / Sammy Nestico
  • A View from the Side / Bill Holman
  • Things Are Getting Better / Adderley, Previn, arr. Rob McConnell
  • Just Friends / Davies, Klenner, Lewis, arr. Bill Holman
  • To You / Thad Jones
  • Wind Machine / Sammy Nestico
  • Old Milestones / John Lewis, arr. Christian Overton
  • Ward Lock / Chris Donnelly, arr. Spencer Krips
  • My Lament / Maria Schneider
  • Mean to Me / Ahlert, Turk
  • Oclupaca / Duke Ellington
  • September in the Rain / Henry Warren, arr. Geoff Claridge
  • Ain’t That a Kick in the Head / Jimmy Van Heusen
  • Nighthawks / Oded Lev-Ari

Instrumentalis I

File consists of a recording of the concert, which took place in Walter Hall.
Event details:

  • Sonatas, flute, piano, op. 14 / Robert Muczynski (Mollin Balisi, flute ; Kevin Stolz, piano)
  • Französische Suiten. Nr. 5. Allemande / Bach (Iris Hung, piano)
  • Französische Suiten. Nr. 5. Courante / Bach (Iris Hung, piano)
  • Französische Suiten. Nr. 5. Sarabande / Bach (Iris Hung, piano)
  • Französische Suiten. Nr. 5. Gavotte / Bach (Iris Hung, piano)
  • Französische Suiten. Nr. 5. Bourrée / Bach (Iris Hung, piano)
  • Französische Suiten. Nr. 5. Loure / Bach (Iris Hung, piano)
  • Französische Suiten. Nr. 5. Gigue / Bach (Iris Hung, piano)
  • Suite from Romeo and Juliet. Introduction / Prokofiev (Jacob Clewell, viola ; Sasha Bult-Ito, piano)
  • Suite from Romeo and Juliet. The Young Julie / Prokofievt (Jacob Clewell, viola ; Sasha Bult-Ito, piano)
  • Suite from Romeo and Juliet. Dance of the Knights / Prokofiev (Jacob Clewell, viola ; Sasha Bult-Ito, piano)
  • Suite from Romeo and Juliet. Mercutio / Prokofiev (Jacob Clewell, viola ; Sasha Bult-Ito, piano)
  • Pastorale / Eric Ewazen (Katherine Moffatt, trumpet ; Jack Gagner, trombone ; Malcolm Horava, piano)

Songs of requiem and light : In paradisum

File consists of a recording of the event, which took place in Walter Hall.
Performers : Students from the Third-Year Oratorio Class ; Mia Bach, instructor ; Dakota Scott-Digout, collaborative class pianist ; Katharine Petkovski, conductor/composer ; Katherine Moffatt, trumpet
Event details :

  • In Paradisum / Katharine Petkovski (3rd year Oratorio Class Chorus (SA))
  • Ode for the birthday of Queen Anne. Eternal source of light divine / George Frideric Handel (Annika Telenius, soprano ; Katherine Moffatt, trumpet)
  • Judas Maccabaeus. 'Tis liberty / George Frideric Handel (Nathania-Rose Chan, soprano)
  • Jahreszeiten. Aus Lapplands…..Licht und Leben / Franz Joseph Haydn (Daiye Chung, soprano)
  • Theodora. Angels, ever bright and fair / George Frideric Handel (Madaleine Battista, soprano)
  • Elias. Sei stille dem Herrn / Felix Mendelssohn (Olivia Guselle, mezzo-soprano)
  • Paulus. Lasst uns singen / Felix Mendelssohn (Anika-France Forget, soprano)
  • Béatitudes. Abjurez, la haine et l‘inimitié / César Franck (Yekaterina Sultanbekova, soprano)
  • Masses, H. XXII, 5, C major. Laudamus te / Franz Joseph Haydn (Claire Latosinsky, soprano)
  • Gloria, B-flat major. Qui tollis peccata mundi / George Frideric Handel (Rosemonde Desjardins, soprano)
  • Pie Jesu / Lili Boulanger (Amelia Depiero, soprano)
  • Requiem, op. 89, B-flat minor. Requiem aeternam / Antonín Dvorák (Elizabeth Legierski, soprano)
  • Ave Maris Stella / Felix Mendelssohn (Emily Rocha, soprano)
  • Litaniae Lauretanae BVM, K. 195. Sancta Maria / Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (Olivia Spahn-Vieira, soprano)
  • Cantata pastorale per la nascita di nostro Signore. Dal bel seno d’una stella / Alessandro Scarlatti (Sunny Sheffman, soprano)
  • Weihnachts-Oratorium. 1. Teil. Grosser Herr, o starker König / Johann Sebastian Bach (Kristian Lo, bass-baritone ; Katherine Moffatt, trumpet)

University of Toronto contemporary music ensemble : Frankenstein!!

File consists of a recording of the concert, which took place in Walter Hall.
Performers : U of T Contemporary Music Ensemble: Frankenstein!! ; Wallace Halladay, director ; with the U of T Saxophone Ensemble and U of T Percussion Ensemble ; and soloists Maeve Palmer, soprano and Parker Clements, baritone
Event details:

  • In Erwartung / Sofia Gubaidulina (Lorenzo Guggenheim, conductor with members of the U of T Saxophone and Percussion Ensembles)
  • Closet full of demons / Robert Paterson (Lorenzo Guggenheim, conductor)
  • Mysteries of the macabre / György Ligeti (Maeve Palmer, soprano)
  • Frankenstein!! / H. K. (Heinz Karl) Gruber (with soloist Parker Clements, baritone)

Jazz

Subseries consists of programs and recordings of concerts by the Faculty of Music's jazz ensembles.

University of Toronto 12tet

File consists of a recording of the concert, which took place in Walter Hall.
Performers : U of T 12tet ; Terry Promane, musical director
Event details :

  • Crooked Creek / Jon Cowherd, arr. Mike Rajna (Solos: Harry Bartlett, Kaelin Murphy, Griff Vona)
  • Phor / Terry Promane (Solos: Kaelin Murphy, Nicholas Adema)
  • Friend / Harry Bartlett (Solo: Harry Bartlett)
  • September Song / Kurt Weill, arr. Terry Promane (Solo: David Hodgson)
  • Lucy From Afar / Renee Rosnes, arr. Terry Promane (Solos: Carter Brodkorb, Jacob Chung)
  • Deep Purple / Peter DeRose, arr. Alex Manoukas (Solos: Alex Manoukas, Evan Dalling, Nathaniel Jenkins)
  • Ayo / Mike Mitchell, arr. Kaelin Murphy (Solo: David Hodgson)
  • Tones for Joan’s Bones / Chick Corea, arr. Carter Brodkorb (Solos: Jacob Chung, Carter Brodkorb)
  • [Encore: The Garden / Brad Mehldau arr. Kaelin Murphy (Solo: Kaelin Murphy)]

Singers from the fourth-year lieder class perform German lied : Schubertiade

File consists of a recording of the concert, which took place in Walter Hall.
Performers: Singers from the Fourth-Year Lieder Class ; Dr. Kathryn Tremills, Instructor ; Dakota Scott-Digout & Rudin Lengo, pianists

Event details:

  • Am See, D. 746 / Franz Schubert (Alessia Vitali, mezzo-soprano)
  • An eine Quelle / Franz Schubert (Angelo Moretti, tenor)
  • Geheimes / Franz Schubert (Sophia Mackey, soprano)
  • Adelaide / Franz Schubert (David Walsh, tenor)
  • Sänger am Felsen / Franz Schubert (Quinn Mitchell, tenor)
  • Liebe hat gelogen / Franz Schubert (Simone Hogeveen, mezzo-soprano)
  • Refrainlieder. Männer sind méchant / Franz Schubert (Anna-Julia David, soprano)
  • Schwanengesang (Song cycle). Ihr Bild / Franz Schubert (Danlie Rae P. Acebuque, baritone)
  • Abendlied der Fürstin / Franz Schubert (Danielle Nicholson, mezzo-soprano)
  • Heimweh, D. 456 / Franz Schubert (Olivia LaPointe, soprano)
  • An Mignon / Franz Schubert (Maria Milenic, soprano)
  • Schöne Müllerin. Halt! / Franz Schubert (Luke Noftall, baritone)
  • An die Laute / Franz Schubert (Salena Harriman, soprano)
  • Edone / Franz Schubert (Roanna Kitchen, soprano)
  • Stimme der Liebe, D. 412 / Franz Schubert (Erica Simone, soprano)
  • Sängers Morgenlied, D. 163 / Franz Schubert (Sierra Ward-Bond, soprano)
  • Dass sie hier gewesen / Franz Schubert (Kathryn Rose Johnston, soprano)
  • Aus Diego Manazares / Franz Schubert (Grace ChuYü Liang, soprano)
  • Rastlose Liebe / Franz Schubert (Arieh M. Sacke, tenor)
  • Du liebst mich nicht / Franz Schubert (Chelsea Pringle-Duchemin, mezzo soprano)
  • Winterreise. Stürmische Morgen / Franz Schubert (Sebastian Gayowsky, bass-baritone)
  • Lied eines Schiffers an die Dioskuren / Franz Schubert (Wesley Hui, bass)
  • Abendstern / Franz Schubert (Frances Beg, soprano)
  • Am Strome / Franz Schubert (Yelena Gavrilova, soprano)
  • Auflösung / Franz Schubert (Khadija Mbowe, soprano)

Jonathan Crow, violin and Joseph Johnson, cello

File consists of a recording of the concert.
Performers : Jonathan Crow, violin ; Joseph Johnson, cello
Event tracks :

  • Duets, violin, cello, op. 39. Prelude / Reinhold Glière
  • Duets, violin, cello, op. 39. Gavotte / Reinhold Glière
  • Duets, violin, cello, op. 39. Etude / Reinhold Glière
  • Duets, violin, cello, op. 39. Scherzo / Reinhold Glière
  • The current and those who ride it / Alice Hong
  • Sonatas, violin, cello. Allegro / Maurice Ravel
  • Sonatas, violin, cello. Très vif / Maurice Ravel
  • Sonatas, violin, cello. Lent / Maurice Ravel
  • Sonatas, violin, cello. Vif, avec entrain / Maurice Ravel
  • Duet, violin, cello, op. 7. Allegro serioso, non troppo / Zoltán Kodály
  • Duet, violin, cello, op. 7. Adagio - Andante / Zoltán Kodály
  • Duet, violin, cello, op. 7. Maestoso e largamente, ma non troppo lento - Presto / Zoltán Kodály
  • [Passacaglia, violin, viola, G minor / Johan Halvorsen (after G.F. Handel's Keyboard Suite No. 7 in G Minor, HWV 432: VI. Passacaille)]

Basso profundo : the lyrical bass clarinet

File consists of a recording of the concert.
Performers : Peter Stoll, bass clarinet ; Younggun Kim, piano ; Mark Skazinetsky, violin ; Etsuko Kimura, violin ; Theresa Rudolph, viola ; Paul Widner, violoncello.
Event tracks :

  • Talk
  • Sonata, bass clarinet, piano. Dali’s stroll / Owen Elton
  • Sonata, bass clarinet, piano. Escher’s dream / Owen Elton
  • Sonata, bass clarinet, piano. Mondrian’s holiday / Owen Elton
  • Talk
  • God bless the child / Billie Holiday, arr. Eric Dolphy
  • Talk
  • Phantasy quintet, op. 93 / York Bowen

Student composers concert no. 1

File consists of a recording of the concert, which took place in Walter Hall.
Event tracks :

  • Serenade for Winds, Cello and Double Bass / Evan Tanovich (b.2000) (Evan Tanovich, conductor ; Michelle Hui, flute ; Nerses Amirkhanyan, flute ; Luca Ortolani, oboe ; Jason Halliday, oboe ; Tommaso Masnari, clarinet ; Adriana Jankovic, clarinet ; Eric Belanger, bassoon ; Ryan Ghassemi, bassoon ; Else Sather, cello ; Hannah Godfrey-Clarke, double bass
  • I Dreamed of Spring / Kevin Zi-Xiao He (b.1991) (Erick Oliver Wawrzkiewicz, violin ; Anastasia Kulikova, piano)
  • Old Tales / Qiushi Jiang (b.1991) ( Christian Le, guitar)
  • e420 from The Art of Mathematical Constants / Ian Ching-Hei Chan (b. 2001) (Jordana Kleiner, flute ; Ching-Hei Chan, piano, primo ; Murong Bao, piano, secondo)
  • The Sweet Ground. i. Dreams ; ii. Ardella iii. God / Erik Kreem (b. 2001) (Jordana Goddard, soprano ; Erik Kreem, piano)
  • String Quartet No. 2 "Depression" / Yilun Liu (b. 1996) (Ryan Shen, violin I ; Joanna Gorska, violin II ; Vena Lin, viola ; Chris Chan, cello)
  • Stars / Kai Leung (b.1998) (Concreamus, Kai Leung, conductor)
  • Sous l'abside du ciel d'été / Benjamin Gabbay (b. 1995) (Benjamin Gabbay, conductor ; Claire Latosinsky, soprano I ; Abigail Sinclair, Sarah Mole, soprano II ; Elizabeth Legiersky, Francesca Hauser, alto ; Nathan Gritter, tenor ; Kai Leung, Ricardo Ferro, baritone ; Dante Mullin Santone, Nicholas Wanstall, bass)

Third year undergraduate singers in performance

File consists of a recording of the concert, which took place in Walter Hall.
Event details:

  • Talk
  • Mélodies, op. 2. Sérénade italienne / Ernest Chausson (Rosemonde Desjardins, soprano; Jo Greenaway, piano)
  • Mörike-Lieder. Verlassene Mägdlein / Hugo Wolf (Rosemonde Desjardins, soprano; Jo Greenaway, piano)
  • Péchés de vieillesse. Album italiano. Regata veneziana. Anzoleta avanti la regata / Gioacchino Rossini (Ana Isabella Castro, soprano; Jo Greenaway, piano)
  • Atalanta. Care selve / George Frederic Handel (Dayie (Yvonne) Chung, soprano; Michael Rose, piano)
  • Lieder nach Rückert. Liebst du um Schönheit / Gustav Mahler (Dayie (Yvonne) Chung, soprano; Michael Rose, piano)
  • Soir / Gabriel Fauré (Olivia Spahn-Vieira, soprano ; Jo Greenaway, piano)
  • Liebe hat gelogen / Franz Schubert (Amelia Depiero, soprano ; Jo Greenaway, piano)
  • Street scene. What good would the moon be? / Kurt Weill (Amelia Depiero, soprano; Jo Greenaway, piano)
  • Chansons du coeur. Je tisserais un arc-en-ciel / Jean Coulthard (Claire Latosinsky, soprano ; Suzy Smith, piano)
  • [Chansons du coeur. Voix d’yeux / Jean Coulthard] (Claire Latosinsky, soprano ; Suzy Smith, piano)
  • Sonetti di Petrarca. Vita fugge / Ildebrando Pizzetti (Anika-France Forget, soprano ; Trevor Chartrand, piano)
  • Soirées musicales. Promessa / Gioacchino Rossini (Emily Rocha, soprano ; [Jo Greenaway], piano)
  • Beau soir / Claude Debussy (Emily Rocha, soprano ; [Jo Greenaway], piano)
  • Natural selection. Animal passion / Jake Heggie

Bedford Trio

File consists of a recording of the concert.
Performers : Alessia Disimino, violin ; Andrew Ascenzo, cello ; Jialiang Zhu, piano
Event details:

  • Dean's welcome
  • Introduction
  • Trio élégiaque, G minor / Sergei Rachmaninoff
  • Introduction
  • Trios, piano, violin, cello, G major. Andantino con moto allegro / Claude Debussy
  • Trios, piano, violin, cello, G major. Intermezzo / Claude Debussy
  • Trios, piano, violin, cello, G major. Andante espressivo / Claude Debussy
  • Trios, piano, violin, cello, G major. Finale / Claude Debussy

Fourth year undergraduate singers in performance

File consists of a recording of the concert, which took place in Walter Hall.
Event tracks :

  • Schwanengesang (Song cycle). Atlas / Franz Schubert (Jun Lam Wesley Hui, bass; Narmina Afandiyeva, piano)
  • Tartuffe. Fair Robin I love / Kirke Mechem (Sophia Mackey, soprano; [Trevor Chartrand, piano?])
  • The Confession Stone. Everything is black / Robert Fleming (Danielle Nicholson, mezzo-soprano; Markéta Ornova, piano)
  • Romansy, op. 21. Zdes' khorosho / Sergei Rachmaninoff (Danlie Rae Acebuque, baritone; Narmina Afandiyeva, piano)
  • Trittico. Gianni Schicchi. Messer notaio, presto / Giacomo Puccini (Danlie Rae Acebuque, baritone; Narmina Afandiyeva, piano)
  • Gesänge, op. 72. Alte Liebe / Johannes Brahms (Salena Harriman, soprano; Tom King, piano)
  • Goethe-Lieder. Bekehrte / Hugo Wolf (Frances Beg, soprano; Tom King, piano)
  • Vanessa. Must the winter come so soon? / Samuel Barber (Chelsea Pringle-Duchemin, mezzo-soprano; Claire Harris, piano)
  • Schöne Müllerin. Halt! / Franz Schubert (Luke Noftall, baritone; Trevor Chartrand, piano)
  • Don Quichotte à Dulcinée. Chanson romanesque / Maurice Ravel (Luke Noftall, baritone; Trevor Chartrand, piano)
  • Chanson andalouse / Jules Massenet (Olivia Lapointe, soprano; Trevor Chartrand, piano)
  • Idomeneo. Non ho colpa / Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (David Walsh, tenor; Jo Greenaway, piano)
  • Faust. Faites-lui mes aveux / Charles Gounod (Alessia Vitali, mezzo-soprano; Jo Greenaway, piano)
  • Carmen. Je dis que rien ne m'épouvante / Georges Bizet (Khadija Mbowe, soprano; Jo Greenaway, piano)

Faculty ensembles

Subseries consists of programs and recordings of performances by ensembles in the Faculty of Music, including the University of Toronto Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Uri Mayer ; Wind Ensemble, conducted by Gillian MacKay ; Wind Symphony, conducted by Jeff Reynolds ; Contemporary Music Ensemble, conducted by Wallace Halladay ; MacMillan Singers, conducted by David Fallis ; Chamber Choir, conducted by Lori-Anne Dolloff ; Soprano/Alto Chorus, conducted by Elaine Choi ; Tenor/Bass Choir, conducted by Mark Ramsay ; and Guitar Orchestra, conducted by Jeffrey McFadden.

Calidore String Quartet

File consists of a recording of the concert.
Event tracks:

  • Dean's Welcome
  • Quartets, violins (2), viola, cello, no. 10, op. 74, E-flat major. Poco adagio / Ludwig van Beethoven
  • Quartets, violins (2), viola, cello, no. 10, op. 74, E-flat major. Adagio ma non troppo / Ludwig van Beethoven
  • Quartets, violins (2), viola, cello, no. 10, op. 74, E-flat major. Presto / Ludwig van Beethoven
  • Quartets, violins (2), viola, cello, no. 10, op. 74, E-flat major. Allegretto con variazioni / Ludwig van Beethoven
  • Quartets, violins (2), viola, cello, no. 2, op. 18, no. 2, G major. Allegro / Ludwig van Beethoven
  • Quartets, violins (2), viola, cello, no. 2, op. 18, no. 2, G major. Adagio cantabile / Ludwig van Beethoven
  • Quartets, violins (2), viola, cello, no. 2, op. 18, no. 2, G major. Scherzo / Ludwig van Beethoven
  • Quartets, violins (2), viola, cello, no. 2, op. 18, no. 2, G major. Allegro molto, quasi presto / Ludwig van Beethoven
  • Quartets, violins (2), viola, cello, no. 12, op. 127, E-flat major. Maestoso / Ludwig van Beethoven
  • Quartets, violins (2), viola, cello, no. 12, op. 127, E-flat major. Adagio / Ludwig van Beethoven
  • Quartets, violins (2), viola, cello, no. 12, op. 127, E-flat major. Scherzando vivace / Ludwig van Beethoven
  • Quartets, violins (2), viola, cello, no. 12, op. 127, E-flat major. Finale / Ludwig van Beethoven

Master’s, ACP, Artist Diploma and DMA singers in performance

File consists of a recording of the concert.
Event tracks :

  • Lieder, op. 36. Rosenband / Richard Strauss (Rianna Robinson, soprano ; Michael Rose, piano)
  • Rossignol des lilas / Reynaldo Hahn (Tiffanie Samuels, soprano; Jo Greenaway, piano)
  • Canciones negras. Chévere / Xavier Montsalvatge (Tiffanie Samuels, soprano; Jo Greenaway, piano)
  • Semiramide. Bel raggio lusinghier / Gioacchino Rossini (Shantelle Przybylo, soprano; Suzy Smith, piano)
  • Liebe hat gelogen / Franz Schubert (Simone Hogeveen, mezzo-soprano; Suzy Smith, piano)
  • Entführung aus dem Serail. Durch Zärtlichkeit und Schmeicheln / W.A. Mozart (Loren Graziano, soprano; Helen Becqué, piano)
  • Madame Chrysanthème. Valse des cigales / André Messager (Emily Wang, soprano; Helen Becqué, piano)
  • S'il est un charmant gazon / Franz Liszt (Morgan Reid, soprano; Helen Becqué, piano)
  • Si j'étais jardinier / Cecile Chaminade (Morgan Reid, soprano; Helen Becqué, piano)
  • Rodelinda. Io t'abbraccio / G.F. Handel (Lauren Estey, soprano ; César Aguilar, countertenor; Ivan Jovanovic, piano)
  • Fille du régiment. Chacun le sait / Gaetano Donizetti (Alexandra Delle Donne, soprano; Ivan Jovanovic, piano)

Master class with Laurie Reviol, soprano

File consists of a recording of the master class.
Event tracks :

  • Wendy Nielsen's introduction of Laurie Reviol plus announcements by Katie and Kevin
  • Idomeneo. Padre, germani, addio! / W.A. Mozart (Sydney Trotter, soprano; Claire Harris, piano)
  • Heure espagnole. Oh! la pitoyable aventure / Maurice Ravel (Anika-France Forget, mezzo soprano ; Claire Harris, piano)
  • Tote Stadt. Mein Sehnen, mein Wähnen / Erich Wolfgang Korngold (Danlie Rae Acebuque, baritone; Claire Harris, piano)

Aiyun Huang and TorQ Percussion Quartet

File consists of a recording of the concert.
Event tracks :

  • Tension Study II: Eagle Claw Wu Hsiao Chen Wins (2007/2010) / Sean Griffin/Aiyun Huang (Aiyun Huang, percussion)
  • Hitchcock Études (2010/2017) / Nicole Lizée (Aiyun Huang)
  • Cepheid Variables (2009) / Michael Oesterle (Aiyun Huang and TorQ Percussion Quartet)
  • Conversations regarding the future of architecture (2016) / Jamie Drake (TorQ)
  • Spill (2007) / Erik Griswold (Aiyun Huang (in the lobby))

Thursday at Noon series

Subseries consists of programs and recordings of concerts in the Thursday at Noon series. This series features faculty artists as well as guests, and usually feature small ensemble chamber music and vocal or instrumental recitals. These events take place in the Walter Hall at the Faculty of Music on Thursday afternoons.

2019-2020 concert season

Series consists of programs and recordings of events hosted by the Faculty of Music during the 2018-2019 concert season including faculty, student, and guest artists as well as ongoing concert series and faculty ensembles.

Hart House

Promotional DVD produced for Hart House, 2009 Hancock Lecture featuring Nick Bontis of McMaster University entitled : Calibrating Your Future: A Balancing Act Between Social and Technological Pressures. This DVD contains an interview with Dr. Nick Bontis in Hart House on Jan 12 2009. It also contains an early Bontis lecture, edited and produced most likely for promotional purposes. The DVD does not contain the Hancock Lecture that was given at Convocation Hall on Februrary 4 2009.

Interview with Peter J. Naus

File consists of an interview with Peter J. Naus that took place in Kitchener, ON. Naus is a long time friend of Henri Nouwen. There is no transcription available.

Interview with Peter Weiskal

File consists of an interview with Peter Weiskal interviewed by Sue Mosteller (location unknown). The interview is not transcribed and is only available on audio cassette.

Nouwen conference

File consists of two video recordings of the conference, "Turning the Wheel: Henri Nouwen and Our Search for God" (May 18 - 20, 2006), by Errol Stein. File also includes a video recording of Sr. Sue Mosteller, Carl MacMillan, Laurent and Paul Nouwen, at Nouwen's grave site on May 18, 2006.

Interview with Robert Kinloch Massie

File consists of an interview with Robert Kinloch Massie interviewed by Sue Mosteller (location unknown). Massie is an activist and Episcopal priest living in Somerville, MA. Massie was friends with Nouwen from 1978 - 1996 and edited 'Gracias!'. The interview is not transcribed and is only available on audio cassette.

Interview with Yushi Nomura

File consists of an interview with Yushi Nomura interviewed by Sue Mosteller (location unknown). Nomura is a college lecturer living in Japan. Nomura was a student of Nouwen's at Yale Divinity School. The interview is not transcribed and is only available on audio cassette and micro videocassette.

Interview with George Thelus

File consists of an interview with George Thelus interviewed by Maureen Wright and Wendy Lywood (location unknown). Thelus was a core member of the L'Arche Daybreak community (Richmond Hill, ON) currently lives in a long term care facility in Richmond Hill, ON. Thelus often traveled with Nouwen when they both lived at L'Arche Daybreak. The interview is not transcribed.

Interview with David Harmon

File consists of an interview with David Harmon interviewed by Maureen Wright and Carl MacMillian (location unknown). The interview is not transcribed and only available on audio cassette.

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