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Montcalm and Wolfe

  • CA OTUTF wolfe 00008
  • Collection
  • n.d.

2 volumes holding various collection of illustrated portraits, views, autographs, maps, and extracts.

[Book of German chromolithographed trade label samples]

  • CA OTUTF M-10 00323
  • Collection
  • n.d.

Collection of 558 chromolithographed trade labels intended for the Indian and Chinese market.
Many samples bear the names of the colours, places of manufacture, and names of local merchant companies in China and India including Carlowitz & Co. and Manilal Mooljee.
Probably produced by Paul Israel in Werra, Germany.
Samples are illustrated with Asian and Indian motifs, and include mythological and religious figures, including characters from Journey to the West

Calidore String Quartet: Beethoven and the Fugue

Calidore String Quartet (Jeffrey Myers and Ryan Meehan, violins ; Jeremy Berry, viola ; Estelle Choi, cello)
Event details:

  • Dean's welcome remarks
  • Grosse Fuge, violins (2), viola, cello / Ludwig van Beethoven
  • Quartets, violins (2), viola, cello, no. 9, op. 59, no. 3, C major. Introduzione / Ludwig van Beethoven
  • Quartets, violins (2), viola, cello, no. 9, op. 59, no. 3, C major. Andante con moto quasi allegretto / Ludwig van Beethoven
  • Quartets, violins (2), viola, cello, no. 9, op. 59, no. 3, C major. Menuetto / Ludwig van Beethoven
  • Quartets, violins (2), viola, cello, no. 9, op. 59, no. 3, C major. Allegro molto / Ludwig van Beethoven

Graduate Student Conductor Concert

Graduate Student Conductors with Members of the UTSO
Event details:

  • Divertimenti, K. 137, B-flat major. Andante / Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (Marie-Claire Cardinal, conductor)
  • Divertimenti, K. 137, B-flat major. Allegro di molto / Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (Marie-Claire Cardinal, conductor)
  • Divertimenti, K. 137, B-flat major. Allegro assai / Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (Marie-Claire Cardinal, conductor)
  • Symphonies, K. 385, D major. Allegro con spirito / Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (Kim Yong Eun, conductor)
  • Symphonies, K. 385, D major. Andante / Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (Kim Yong Eun, conductor)
  • Symphonies, K. 385, D major. Menuetto/ Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (Felipe Luzuriaga, conductor)
  • Symphonies, K. 385, D major. Presto/ Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (Felipe Luzuriaga, conductor)
  • Kammersymphonie / Franz Schreker (Lorenzo Guggenheim, conductor)

Friday at Five: Amatis Piano Trio

Lea Hausmann, violin ; Samuel Shepherd, cello ; Mengjie Han, piano,
Event details:

  • Trios, piano, violin, cello, no. 1, op. 8 / Dmitri Shostakovich
  • Moorlands / Andrea Tarrodi
  • Trios, piano, violin, cello, no. 2, op. 66, C minor / Felix Mendelssohn
  • Trios, piano, violin, cello, no. 2, op. 66, C minor. Andante espressivo / Felix Mendelssohn
  • Trios, piano, violin, cello, no. 2, op. 66, C minor. Molto allegro quasi presto / Felix Mendelssohn
  • Trios, piano, violin, cello, no. 2, op. 66, C minor. Allegro appassionato / Felix Mendelssohn
  • [Encore : Cuatro estaciones porteñas. Verano porteño / Astor Piazzolla]

Celebrating our Diversity

Event details:

  • Romansy, op. 14. Vesennie vody / Sergei Rachmaninoff (Yelena Gavrilova, mezzo-soprano; Narmina Efendiyeva, piano)
  • Romansy, op. 14. Ostrovok / Sergei Rachmaninoff (Yelena Gavrilova, mezzo-soprano; Narmina Efendiyeva, piano)
  • Hong Dou Ci (Red Bean Poem) / Liu Xue'an (Rayleigh Becker, baritone; Ivan Jovanovic, piano)
  • Brinos Es / Alfreds Kalnins (Mikelis Rogers, baritone; Narmina Efendiyeva, piano)
  • "The Maiden Picking Herbs" / Hyun Jae Myeong (Alexandra Delle-Donne, soprano; Vlad Soloviev, piano)
  • (Unto the mountains!) / Yakiv Stepovyi (Anna Tanczak, soprano; Narmina Efendiyeva, piano)
  • (The Willow) / Jaroslav Lopatyns'kyj (Anna Tanczak, soprano; Narmina Efendiyeva, piano)
  • Gözelim Sensen (You are beautiful) / Rauf Haciyev (Yekaterina Sultanbekova, soprano; Narmina Efendiyeva, piano)
  • Azerbayjanim (My Azerbaijan) / Rauf Haciyev (Yekaterina Sultanbekova, soprano; Narmina Efendiyeva, piano)
  • Novy spalicek. Opusteny mily / Bohuslav Martinu (Elizabeth Legierski, soprano; Vlad Soloviev, piano)
  • Novy spalicek. Zvedavá dievca / Bohuslav Martinu (Elizabeth Legierski, soprano; Vlad Soloviev, piano)
  • Novy spalicek. Veselá dievca ; Smutny mily / Bohuslav Martinu (Elizabeth Legierski, soprano; Vlad Soloviev, piano)
  • Asturiana / Manuel de Falla (Christian Umipig, baritone; Alex Izquierdo, guitar)
  • (Janko fell asleep) / Traditional Serbian Folk Song (Dragana Paunovity, mezzo-soprano; Petar Tosov, voice)
  • (Dense fog has fallen down) / Traditional Serbian Folk Song (Dragana Paunovity, mezzo-soprano; Petar Tosov, voice)
  • Les feuilles morés/Soltan Ghalbha / Gabriel Faure/Darya Dadvar (Lara Moshaver, soprano ; Allyson Whitmell, piano ; Jordana Kliener, flute ; Lukianos Chrysochou, double bass ; Heni Yehkhani, percussion)
  • Moghile mear / Traditional Irish Folk Song (Maeve Palmer, soprano)
  • Nanourisma / Manolis Kalomiris (Ismene Papadopoulou, soprano; Vlad Soloviev, piano)
  • I Achtida / Petros Petridis (Ismene Papadopoulou, soprano; Vlad Soloviev, piano)
  • Porgy and Bess. Summertime / George Gershwin (Ineza Mugisha, soprano ; Ivan Jovanovic, piano ; Madeleine Kay, violin)
  • Lágrimas miás / Pedro Miguel Marqués (Leticia Balogh, soprano; Narmina Efendiyeva, piano)
  • Pri dunaju / Traditional Slovakian Folk Song (Juliana Krajcovic, soprano; Vlad Soloviev, piano)
  • Unrem / Traditional Slovakian Folk Song (Juliana Krajcovic, soprano; Vlad Soloviev, piano)
  • I believe I'll go back home/Lordy won't you help me / Spiritual, arr. Kevin Mulligan (Khadija Mbowe, soprano; Kevin Mulligan, piano ; Korin Thomas-Smith, baritone)
  • Negro speaks of rivers / Howard Swanson (Korin Thomas-Smith, baritone; Narmina Efendiyeva, piano)
  • Viajera del rio / Traditional Song (Ana Isabella Castro Barrios, soprano; Alex Izquierdo, guitar)
  • Canciones negras. Cancion de cuna para dormir a un negrito / Xavier Montsalvatge (Tiffanie Samuels, soprano; Ivan Jovanovic, piano)
  • Canciones negras. Canto negro / Xavier Montsalvatge (Tiffanie Samuels, soprano; Ivan Jovanovic, piano)
  • How high the moon / Les Paul and Mary Ford (Anika Venkatesh, soprano; Nihkil James, piano)

Voice Studies at the University of Toronto presents Vocalini : An evening of song and arias featuring our outstanding undergraduate singers

File contains recordings from the event. Recorded in Walter Hall.
Undergraduate singers ; Suzy Smith, piano
Event details :

  • Elisir d'amore. Come Paride vezzoso / Gaetano Donizetti (Mikelis Rogers)
  • Nozze di Figaro. Deh vieni, non tardar / W.A. Mozart (Leandra Dahm)
  • Berceaux / Gabriel Fauré (Lissy Meyerowitz)
  • Romances, voice, piano (1891). Cloches / Claude Debussy (Emily Rocha)
  • Chanson de la pluie / Pauline Viardot (Sierra Ward-Bond)
  • Chansons de F. García Lorca. Chanson de l'oranger sec (Anika Venkatesh)
  • Madrid / Pauline Viardot (Anika-France Forget)
  • Romanzen und Balladen, op. 49. Beiden Grenadiere / Robert Schumann (Luke Noftall)
  • Mörike-Lieder. Verborgenheit / Hugo Wolf (Ana Isabella Castro)
  • Michelangelo-Lieder. Wohl denk' ich oft / Hugo Wolf (Kristian Lo)
  • Gedichte von Friedrich Bodenstedt. Mir träumte einst ein schöner Traum / Ingeborg Bronsart von Schellendorf (Annika Telenius)
  • Canti della sera. Alba di luna sul bosco / Francesco Santoliquido (Danlie Rae Acebuque)
  • Romansy, op. 14. Vesennie vody / Sergei Rachmaninoff (Danlie Rae Acebuque)
  • Così fan tutte. In uomini, in soldati / W.A. Mozart (Maria Yi Deng)
  • Zauberflöte. Dies Bildnis ist bezaubernd schön / W.A. Mozart (Angelo Moretti)
  • Turn of the screw. Tower / Benjamin Britten (Kathryn Rose Johnson)
  • Gallantry. Now, Dr. Gregg, you have gone too far / Douglas Moore (Olivia Spahn-Vieira)
  • Sanctuary Song. Alone / Abigail Richardson (Khadija Mbowe)
  • Confession stone. Cold and icy / Robert Fleming (Danielle Nicholson)
  • Liriche (1912). Notte / Ottorino Respighi (Dante Mullin Santone)
  • Invito alla danza / Ottorino Respighi (Rayna Crandlemire)
  • Don Giovanni. Ho capito / W.A. Mozart (George Theodorakopoulos)
  • Ariodante. Neghittosi or voi che fate? / G. F. Handel (Gabrielle Turgeon)
  • Elisir d'amore. Quanto è bella / Gaetano Donizetti (David Walsh)

What makes it great?® : Mendelssohn String Octet

File contains recordings from event. Recorded in Walter Hall.
Rob Kapilow, lecturer ; U of T Strings (Timothy Ying, violin; Erika Raum, violin; Masumi Per Rostad, viola; Shauna Rolston, cello) ; Rolston String Quartet (Luri Lee, violin; Emily Kruspe, violin; Hezekiah Leung, viola; Jonathan Lo, cello)
Event details :

  • Dean's Welcome
  • Lecture (Rob Kapilow)
  • Octet, violins (4), violas (2), cellos (2), op. 20, E-flat major. Allegro moderato / Felix Mendelssohn
  • Octet, violins (4), violas (2), cellos (2), op. 20, E-flat major. Andante / Felix Mendelssohn
  • Octet, violins (4), violas (2), cellos (2), op. 20, E-flat major. Scherzo / Felix Mendelssohn
  • Octet, violins (4), violas (2), cellos (2), op. 20, E-flat major. Presto / Felix Mendelssohn
  • Q&A (Rob Kapilow)

Clear Things May Not Be Seen

File contains recordings from event ; recorded in Walter Hall.
Performers : Bob Becker Ensemble (Bob Becker, Colleen Cook, Tiago Delgado, Maxime Despax, Heng-Han Hou, Lindsay Kesselman, Midori Koga, Andrea Ludwig, Christopher Norton, Louis Pino, Allison Rich and Gloria Yip).
Event details :

  • Never in Word / Bob Becker (lyrics by Conrad Aiken)
  • To Immortal Bloom / Bob Becker (lyrics by Conrad Aiken)
  • Cryin' Time / Bob Becker (lyrics by Sandra Meigs)
  • Clear Things May Not Be Seen / Bob Becker (lyrics by Conrad Aiken)

Voice Studies at the University of Toronto present Voice Studies Singers in performance

File consists of a recording of the concert; recorded in Walter Hall
Event details:

  • If music be the food of love / Henry Purcell (Jordana Goddard, soprano; Erik Kreem, piano)
  • Se tu m'ami / Alessandro Parisotti (Emily Green, soprano; Dakota Scott-Digout, piano)
  • Love’s Lament / Michael Head (Emily Green, soprano; Dakota Scott-Digout, piano)
  • Orontea. Intorno all'idol mio / Antonio Cesti (Jamal Al Titi, baritone; Vlad Soloviev, piano)
  • Romansy, op. 6. Net, tol'ko tot, kto znal / (Jamal Al Titi, baritone; Vlad Soloviev, piano)
  • Romanze (1838). Deh, pietoso, oh Addolorata / Giuseppe Verdi (Lara Moshaver, soprano; Allyson Whitmell, piano)
  • Nozze di Figaro. Deh vieni, non tardar / W. A. Mozart (Maria Deng, soprano; Natasha Fransblow, piano)
  • Lieder, op. 10. Nacht / Richard Strauss (Nathan A. R. Richards, baritone; Vlad Soloviev, piano)
  • Gesänge, op. 43. Von ewiger Liebe / Johannes Brahms (Dragana Paunovity, mezzo soprano; Claire Elise Harris, piano)
  • Myrthen. Lotosblume / Robert Schumann (Antonio Mendicino, tenor; Narmina Efendiyeva, piano)
  • Nanourisma / Manolis Kalomiris (Ismene Papadopoulou, soprano; Michael Rose, piano)
  • Romansy, op. 21. Zdes' khorosho / Sergei Rachmaninov (Ismene Papadopoulou, soprano; Michael Rose, piano)
  • Vesperae de Dominica. Laudate Dominum / W. A. Mozart (Maddy Battista, soprano; Michael Rose, piano)
  • Mandoline / Claude Debussy (HoiLing Lau, soprano; Michael Rose, piano)
  • Del cabello más sutil / Fernando Obradors (HoiLing Lau, soprano; Michael Rose, piano)
  • Mai / Gabriel Fauré (Charlotte Goss, soprano; Michael Rose, piano)
  • Lieder, op. 85. Sommerabend / Johannes Brahms (Charlotte Goss, soprano; Michael Rose, piano)
  • Airs chantés. Air grave / Francis Poulenc (Teresa Lin, soprano; Michael Rose, piano)
  • Si mes vers avaient des ailes / Reynaldo Hahn (Teresa Lin, soprano; Michael Rose, piano)
  • Papillon et la fleur / Gabriel Fauré (Chihiro Yasufuku, soprano; Michael Rose, piano)

All Creatures Great and Small

U of T Tenor/Bass Choir ; Dr. Mark Ramsay, conductor ; Kevin Stolz, collaborative pianist

  • MacMillan Singers ; David Fallis, conductor ; Lara Dodds-Eden, collaborative pianist ; O’Neill Collegiate Chamber Choir and Men’s Choir ; Erin Collins, conductor ; Carol Salamone, collaborative pianist
    Event details:
  • The Turtle Dove / English Folk Song, arr. Jason R. Hewitt
  • The Lark in the Clear Air / Irish Folk Song, arr. Robert Fleming
  • En Roulant / French Canadian Folk Song, arr. Charles Pelletier (Christian Matta, soloist)
  • The Seal Lullaby / Eric Whitacre
  • The Preacher and the Bear / Old American Gospel Song, arr. Daniel McDavitt (Nathan Richards, soloist)
  • Loch Lomond / Traditional Scottish, arr. Jonathan Quick
  • Miserere mei / Antonio Lotti
  • In Remembrance / Jeffery L. Ames (Charlotte Alexander, French horn)
  • The Pasture / Z. Randall Stroope
  • All Too Soon / Stephen Hatfield (Evelyn Barber, flute)
  • I’m Gonna Sing ‘Til the Spirit Moves in My Heart / Moses Hogan
  • Ave Maria / Giulio Caccini, arr. Patrick M. Liebergen (Evelyn Barber, flute)
  • Frobisher Bay / James Gordon, arr. Diane Loomer
  • Walk a Mile / Pepper Choplin, arr. Mark Hayes
  • Hello Mary Lou / Gene Pitney and Cayet Mangiaracina, arr. David Wright
  • Cloths of Heaven / Mark Sirett
  • La biche / Paul Hindemith
  • Un cygne / Paul Hindemith
  • Sweet Suffolk Owl / Thomas Vautor
  • Owls / Edward Elgar
  • The Lamb / John Tavener
  • The Blue Bird / Charles Villiers Stanford
  • Animal crackers, vol. 1. Panther / Eric Whitacre
  • Animal crackers, vol. 1. Cow / Eric Whitacre
  • Animal crackers, vol. 1. Firefly / Eric Whitacre

INSTRUMENTALIS II

Event details:

  • Sonatas, piano, no. 26, op. 81a, E-flat major. Lebewohl / Ludwig van Beethoven (Pei-Chen Chen, piano)
  • Sonatas, piano, no. 26, op. 81a, E-flat major. Abwesenheit ; Wiedersehen / Ludwig van Beethoven (Pei-Chen Chen, piano)
  • Introduction and Dance No. 1 / Pedram Falsafi (Bahar Ossareh, guitar)
  • Meditative Metamorphosis / Pedram Falsafi (Bahar Ossareh, guitar)
  • Nomad (Kootch) / Bagher Moazen (Bahar Ossareh, guitar)
  • Pieces, piano. Valse Caressant / Ottorino Respighi (Grace Shin, piano)
  • Pieces, piano. Canone / Ottorino Respighi (Grace Shin, piano)
  • Pieces, piano. Notturno / Ottorino Respighi (Grace Shin, piano)
  • Partitas, harpsichord, BWV 830, E minor. Toccata / Johann Sebastian Bach (Daniel Ramjattan, guitar)
  • Variaciones sobre un tema de Sor / Miguel Llobet (Daniel Ramjattan, guitar)
  • Wohltemperierte Klavier, 1. T. Nr. 8. Praeludium / Johann Sebastian Bach (Dane Ko, piano)
  • Wohltemperierte Klavier, 1. T. Nr. 8. Fuga / Johann Sebastian Bach (Dane Ko, piano)
  • Suites, piano, no. 2, op. 10, D major. Toccata / Georges Enescu (Dane Ko, piano)
  • Hard-boiled Capitalism and the day Mr. Friedman discovered Google is a verb / Ben Wahlund (Boyce Jeffries, percussion)

(Half of) The Complete Sonatas for Piano and Violin by Ludwig van Beethoven

Mark Fewer, violin and James Parker, piano.
Event details:

  • Sonatas, violin, piano, no. 2, op. 12, no. 2, A major. Allegro vivace / Ludwig van Beethoven
  • Sonatas, violin, piano, no. 2, op. 12, no. 2, A major. Andante più tosto allegretto / Ludwig van Beethoven
  • Sonatas, violin, piano, no. 2, op. 12, no. 2, A major. Allegro piacevole / Ludwig van Beethoven
  • Sonatas, violin, piano, no. 4, op. 23, A minor. Presto / Ludwig van Beethoven
  • Sonatas, violin, piano, no. 4, op. 23, A minor. Andante scherzoso, più Allegretto / Ludwig van Beethoven
  • Sonatas, violin, piano, no. 4, op. 23, A minor. Allegro molto / Ludwig van Beethoven
  • Sonatas, violin, piano, no. 7, op. 30, no. 2, C minor. Allegro con brio / Ludwig van Beethoven
  • Sonatas, violin, piano, no. 7, op. 30, no. 2, C minor. Adagio cantabile / Ludwig van Beethoven
  • Sonatas, violin, piano, no. 7, op. 30, no. 2, C minor. Scherzo / Ludwig van Beethoven
  • Sonatas, violin, piano, no. 7, op. 30, no. 2, C minor. Finale / Ludwig van Beethoven

UTSO Concerto Competition Finals

Event details:

  • Concertos, percussion, orchestra / Jennifer Higdon (Tyler Cunningham, Percussion ; Cecilia Lee, Piano)
  • Ballades, saxophone, string orchestra / Frank Martin (Nicole Tse, Saxophone ; Wesley Shen, Piano)
  • Ah, perfido / Ludwig van Beethoven (Juliana Krajcovic, Voice ; Brandon Tran, Piano)
  • Per pietà, non dirmi addio / Ludwig van Beethoven (Juliana Krajcovic, Voice ; Brandon Tran, Piano)
  • Frühe Lieder. Nacht / Alban Berg (Sacha Smith, Voice ; Trevor Chartrand, Piano)
  • Frühe Lieder. Schilflied / Alban Berg (Sacha Smith, Voice ; Trevor Chartrand, Piano)
  • Frühe Lieder. Nachtigall / Alban Berg (Sacha Smith, Voice ; Trevor Chartrand, Piano)
  • Frühe Lieder. Traumgekrönt / Alban Berg (Sacha Smith, Voice ; Trevor Chartrand, Piano)
  • Frühe Lieder. Im Zimmer / Alban Berg (Sacha Smith, Voice ; Trevor Chartrand, Piano)
  • Frühe Lieder. Liebesode / Alban Berg (Sacha Smith, Voice ; Trevor Chartrand, Piano)
  • Frühe Lieder. Sommertage / Alban Berg (Sacha Smith, Voice ; Trevor Chartrand, Piano)
  • Concertos, violin, orchestra, op. 35, D major. Moderato nobile / Erich Wolfgang Korngold (Emily Bosenius, Violin ; David Potvin, Piano)
  • Concertos, violin, orchestra, op. 35, D major. Romance / Erich Wolfgang Korngold (Emily Bosenius, Violin ; David Potvin, Piano)
  • Concertos, violin, orchestra, op. 35, D major. Allegro assai vivace / Erich Wolfgang Korngold (Emily Bosenius, Violin ; David Potvin, Piano)
  • Russian Marimba Concerto. Untold Legends / Sergei Golouko (Britton-René Collins, Marimba ; Cecilia Lee, Piano)
  • Russian Marimba Concerto. Stories of Old / Sergei Golouko (Britton-René Collins, Marimba ; Cecilia Lee, Piano)
  • Russian Marimba Concerto. The Fair (Maslenitsa) / Sergei Golouko (Britton-René Collins, Marimba ; Cecilia Lee, Piano)
  • Concertos, piano, orchestra, no. 2, op. 18, C minor. Moderato / Sergei Rachmaninoff (Anastasia Kulikova, Piano ; Jean-Luc Therrien, Piano)
  • Concertos, piano, orchestra, no. 2, op. 18, C minor. Adagio sostenuto / Sergei Rachmaninoff (Anastasia Kulikova, Piano ; Jean-Luc Therrien, Piano)
  • Concertos, piano, orchestra, no. 2, op. 18, C minor. Allegro scherzando / Sergei Rachmaninoff (Anastasia Kulikova, Piano ; Jean-Luc Therrien, Piano)

Music in the Castle of Heaven

Performers : Daniel Taylor, conductor ; with Charles Daniels, tenor ; Rebecca Genge, soprano ; Peter Harvey, baritone ; Ryan McDonald, countertenor ; and the University of Toronto Schola Cantorum
Event details :

  • Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme (Cantata) / J. S. Bach
  • Concertos, recorder, flute, string orchestra, TWV 52:e1, E minor. Largo ; Allegro / G.F. Telemann
  • Concertos (1766). No. 2 / Charles Avison
  • Christ unser Herr zum Jordan kam (Cantata) / J. S. Bach

Thursdays at Noon: Music and Poetry

Lawrence Wiliford, tenor ; Steven Philcox, piano ; Eric Domville, speaker
Event details:

  • Winter Words. At Day-close in November / Benjamin Britten, Thomas Hardy (Lawrence Wiliford, tenor ; Steven Philcox, piano)
  • Winter Words. Midnight on the Great Western (or The Journeying Boy) / Benjamin Britten, Thomas Hardy (Lawrence Wiliford, tenor ; Steven Philcox, piano)
  • Winter Words. Wagtail and Baby (a Satire) / Benjamin Britten, Thomas Hardy (Lawrence Wiliford, tenor ; Steven Philcox, piano)
  • Winter Words. The little old Table / Benjamin Britten, Thomas Hardy (Lawrence Wiliford, tenor ; Steven Philcox, piano)
  • Winter Words. The Choirmaster’s Burial (or the Tenor Man's Story) / Benjamin Britten, Thomas Hardy (Lawrence Wiliford, tenor ; Steven Philcox, piano)
  • Winter Words. Proud Songsters (Thrushes, Finches and Nightingales) / Benjamin Britten, Thomas Hardy (Lawrence Wiliford, tenor ; Steven Philcox, piano)
  • Winter Words. At the Railway Station, Upway (or The Convict and Boy with the Violin) / Benjamin Britten, Thomas Hardy (Lawrence Wiliford, tenor ; Steven Philcox, piano)
  • Winter Words. At Day-close in November. Before Life and After / Benjamin

Voice Studies at the University of Toronto presents Magnificat!

Singers from the 4th Year Oratorio Ensemble ; Dr. Darryl Edwards, instructor and conductor ; Mia Bach, collaborative pianist
Event details :

  • Oratorio de Noël. Tecum principium / Camille Saint-Saens (Anna-Julia David, soprano; Arieh Sacke, tenor; Danlie Rae Acebuque, baritone)
  • Magnificat, D. 486, C major. Deposuit / Franz Schubert (Olivia LaPointe, soprano; Chelsea Pringle-Duchemin, mezzo-soprano; Angelo Moretti, tenor; Wesley Hui, bass)
  • Masses, BWV 236, G major. Domine Deus / Johann Sebastian Bach (Sophia Mackey, soprano; Danielle Nicholson, mezzo-soprano)
  • Mass in C minor. Benedictus / Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (Anna-Julia David, soprano; Kathryn Rose Johnston, soprano; David Walsh, tenor; Sebastian Gayowsky, bass)
  • Christus. Selections / Felix Mendelssohn (Grace Liang, soprano; David Walsh, tenor; Danlie Rae Acebuque, baritone, Luke Noftall, baritone; 4th Year Oratorio Class Chorus)
  • Elias. Denn er hat seinen Engeln befohlen / Felix Mendelssohn (Erica Simone, soprano; Sophia Mackey, soprano; Chelsea Pringle-Duchemin, mezzo-soprano; Simone Hogeveen, mezzo-soprano; David Walsh, tenor; Angelo Morretti, tenor; Luke Noftall, baritone; Sebastian Gayowsky, bass)
  • Vierge. Annonciation / Jules Massenet (Sophia Mackey, soprano; Kathryn Rose Johnston, soprano)
  • Light of the world. Selections / Arthur Sullivan (David Walsh, tenor; Alessia Vitali, mezzo-soprano; 4th Year Oratorio Class Chorus (SSAA, TTBB))
  • Athalia. O wie selig ist das Kind / Felix Mendelssohn (Grace Liang, soprano; Yelena Gavrilova, mezzo-soprano)
  • Athalie. Tout l’universe est plein de sa magnificence / Felix Mendelssohn (Olivia Lapointe, soprano; Erica Simone, soprano; Chelsea Pringle-Duchemin, mezzo-soprano; 4th Year Oratorio Class Chorus)

Penderecki String Quartet

Penderecki String Quartet ( Jeremy Bell and Jerzy Kaplanek, violins ; Christine Vlajk, viola ; Katie Schlaikjer, cello) ; with Leslie Fagan, soprano ; presented by Norbert Palej.
Event details :

  • Oblique light / Kelly-Marie Murphy
  • Quartets, violins (2), viola, cello, no. 2. Semplice / Norbert Palej
  • Quartets, violins (2), viola, cello, no. 2. Drammatico / Norbert Palej
  • Quartets, violins (2), viola, cello, no. 2. Antico, implacabile / Norbert Palej
  • Quartets, violins (2), viola, cello, no. 2. Acuto/ Norbert Palej
  • Quartets, violins (2), viola, cello, no. 4. Gethsemane / Christos Hatzis
  • Quartets, violins (2), viola, cello, no. 4. Ecce Homo / Christos Hatzis

From Bach to Latin America

Emmanuele Baldini, violin and André Mehmari, piano ; Presented by Norbert Palej.
Event details:

  • Sonaten und Partiten, violin, BWV 1001-1006. Partita, no. 2 / Johann Sebastian Bach
  • Sonatas, violin, continuo, BWV 1023, E minor / Johann Sebastian Bach
  • Perpetuum Chorum / André Mehmari
  • Sonaten und Partiten, violin, BWV 1001-1006. Partita, no. 2. Chaconne / Johann Sebastian Bach, arr. Mehmari
  • Conversas for violin and piano / André Mehmari

Karen Kieser Prize Concert : U of T New Music Festival

Event details:

  • Presented by Gregory Lee Newsome
  • Like A Memory / Hildegard Westerkamp (Rachel Kiyo Iwaasa, piano ; Hildegard Westerkamp, diffusion ; Marla Hlady, sculpture)
  • Attending to Sacred Matters / Hildegard Westerkamp (Hildegard Westerkamp, diffusion)
  • Klavierklang / Hildegard Westerkamp (Rachel Kiyo Iwaasa, piano & spoken voice ; Hildegard Westerkamp, diffusion)
  • Prélude / Francis St-Germain (Quatuor Cobalt)
  • Karen Kieser Prize Presentation (Gregory Lee Newsome & Francis Ubertelli)
  • Quartetto 2 / Francis Ubertelli (Quatuor Cobalt)

ACTOR 1: Sound Tools vs. Tool Sounds

  • Presented by Eliot Britton
  • Tiago Delgado, clarinet ; Boyce Jeffries, percussion ; Arlan Vriens, violin ; Nathaniel Jenkins, trombone ; Brayden Friesen, trombone
  • Performers and composers will read, workshop, and present selected excerpts
  • Participants : Jack Hughes ; Steven Webb ; Tristan Zaba ; Sergei Kofman ; Aida Khorsandi Ardebili

Composing for Theatre Concert

Performed by : Tristan Durie, flute ; Tiago Delgado, clarinet ; Saba Yousefi-Taemeh, violin ; Matthias McIntire, viola ; Dongso Kim, cello ; Matti Pulkki, accordion
Event details :

  • Shadow man / Babak Taghinia
  • Usurping the stage / Daniel Romberger
  • The lottery / Boriša Sabljic
  • Country bare jamboree / Tristan Zaba
  • The story / Hamidreza Khalatbari

Additional material

Includes article, "Struggle, sit-ins and serious chutzpah: The early years of campus community co-operative day care centre and child care in Canada," by Julie Mathien, April 2020, in addition to a portrait taken at the interview.

Oral history interview with Dena Taylor conducted by Ruth Belay

Dr. Dena Bain Taylor, a retired faculty member in the Department of English at the University of Toronto, attended the University at its St. George campus as both an undergraduate and graduate student. While the interview touches on the early experiences Taylor had as a student, it focuses on the period between 1968 to 1973 when she was a resident of Rochdale College. She describes the foundation and structure of the residence, including identifying key individuals, concurrent initiatives, funding sources, and the external issues that shaped the residence. Throughout the interview, Taylor reflects on the philosophical underpinnings that were central to the collective ethos of the space and its genesis as a centre for experiential learning, activism, arts, spirituality, experimentation and place-making. The interview captures aspects of Rochdale’s impact, including the activities of involved individuals, the influence of American political thought, as well as the organizations and initiatives that were developed there. Taylor speaks to some of the issues that surfaced in the residence such as sexism, sexuality, and mental health, as well as how these issues were portrayed in the media. In discussing her own experiences and reflecting on the broader significance of the College, Taylor details and questions how the residence fundamentally challenged the status-quo.

Organizations

  • Rochdale College
  • Hart House, University of Toronto
  • Indian Institute
  • Campus Co-operative
  • Toronto Community Housing

Subject Topics

  • Experiential learning
  • Alternative education
  • Co-operative and collective models
  • Housing
  • Counter-culture
  • Arts
  • Back-to-the-land movement
  • Financial access to post-secondary education
  • Sexual freedom
  • Draft evasion
  • Spadina Expressway

Oral history interview with John Foster conducted by Ruth Belay

John Foster, Sessional Lecturer in International Studies and Justice Studies at the University of Regina, formerly in interdisciplinary studies, Carleton University, completed his graduate studies at the University of Toronto in the late 1960s (M.A., 1973, Ph.D. 1977). In his interview, Foster comments on how the growing social consciousness of the era shaped student organizing, protest movements, and interest in cooperative models. He discusses his early experiences with student activism both in Saskatchewan and Toronto, including with the Student Union for Peace Action (SUPA) and the Christian youth movement.

The interview focuses on his involvement in the establishment of accessible and affordable childcare at U of T that provided students and working parents with the necessary supports to pursue their education. Foster connects the founding of the Campus Community Cooperative Daycare Centre to the women’s movement, as well as with new and developing ideas around early childhood education. For example, the cooperative approach used at the daycare was challenged by the provincial government’s daycare branch who were critical of the model. Foster recalls key moments in the Cooperative’s history, including the sit-in at Simcoe Hall and occupation of 12 Sussex Ave., the second centre on Devonshire Place, his personal experiences as a parent-volunteer, and the coordination of member’s contributions to the collective.

Organizations

  • Campus Community Cooperative Daycare Centre
  • Student Union for Peace Action (SUPA)
  • United Church of Canada
  • Student Administrative Council (SAC)

Subject Topics

  • Child care
  • Early childhood education
  • Cooperatives and collective models
  • Peace movement
  • Women’s movement
  • Institutional response
  • Community engagement
  • Institutional response

Oral history interview with Norman Kwan conducted by Ruth Belay and Daniela Ansovini

Dr. Norman Kwan, a graduate from UofT’s Faculty of Dentistry, provides his account of student and community response to CTV’s W5 Campus Giveaway episode. Airing on September 30th, 1979, the reporting alleged that Canadian citizens were being denied opportunity in professional graduate programs and targeted students who were visible minorities as unfairly occupying these placements, regardless of their citizenship or status as Canadians themselves. The xenophobic tone and misrepresentation of foreign students ignited protests across the country. Dr. Kwan discusses his involvement in the student response, particularly how the Chinese Students’ Association’s President, Dinah Cheng, approached and worked with Chinese-Canadian professional associations and community groups to protest, pursue a lawsuit, and create a set of demands. He describes the impacts and outcomes of their advocacy including CTV’s apology, solidarity built between different groups, the creation of the Chinese Canadian National Council, and the shift in his own political consciousness.

Organizations

  • Chinese Students’ Association, University of Toronto
  • Canadian Television Network (CTV)
  • Ad Hoc Committee of the Council of Chinese Canadians Against W5
  • Council of Chinese Canadians (Ontario Chapter and Irene Chiu)
  • Federation of Chinese Canadian Professionals (FCCP)
  • Chinese Professional Association of Canada
  • New Democratic Party (NDP)

Subject Topics

  • Racism in the press
  • Discrimination in higher education
  • University admissions
  • Canadian race relations
  • Chinese Canadian activism
  • Chinese Canadian community
  • Professional graduate education
  • International students
  • Southeast Asian refugees
  • International students
  • Community organizing
  • W-Five

Oral history interview with Bonte Minnema conducted by Ruth Belay

Bonte Minnema, a digital media and marketing consultant, was an undergraduate student at the University of Toronto’s St. George Campus in the mid-1990s where he was actively involved in advocating for the LGBT community. Minnema shares some of his background growing up and coming out in southwestern Ontario, why he was drawn to UofT, and his initial experiences at Trinity College. He describes some of his involvement in equal rights activism taking place outside of the University, and then focuses on the start of his advocacy on campus. Initially looking at discrimination in the provision of student services, for example in UofT’s Health Services, and within curriculum, Minnema also describes the revival of a student organization aimed to build support and social infrastructure for LGBT students on campus. He recalls a number of different initiatives in both respects, as well as solidarity networks between different student groups, allies in various roles, and the dynamics of activism at the University. Minnema reflects on the complex and continued impact that activism has had through his career, how he has navigated the public persona that developed with this, and the type of social value he sees in activist perspectives and approach.

Organizations

  • LGBTOUT
  • Coalition for Lesbian and Gay Rights in Ontario
  • Centre for Women and Trans People, UofT
  • Ontario Public Interest Research Group (OPIRG)
  • Muslim Students’ Association
  • Mark S. Bonham Centre for Sexual Diversity Studies
  • Health and Wellness – Student Life, UofT
  • Nobel Knights

Subject Topics

  • UofT Sexual Diversity Program
  • Homo Hops
  • Positive Space Campaign
  • Equity and inclusion in curriculum
  • Homophobia
  • Solidarity networks
  • Student health services
  • Financial barriers
  • Scholarships
  • Privacy

Oral history interview with Tom Mathien conducted by Ruth Belay

Dr. Thomas Mathien is the former Associate Director of the Transitional Year Programme (TYP) at the University of Toronto and an occasional course instructor in the UofT's Department of Philosophy. His interview primarily focuses on key developments of the TYP, though Mathien also recounts some of his early participation as a student in teach-ins, student government, and various collective initiatives in late 1960s and 1970s. Mathien describes the history of the TYP, noting early confrontations with the University, key individuals involved, and the programme’s role in supporting access to post-secondary education that is rooted in a recognition of the impacts of racial, economic, and cultural difference that students experience at the University. He speaks at length about shifts in the programme's curricular, pedagogical, and community-based approaches that have been adopted and developed over a span of 30 years. For example, he notes the interest in including Indigenous knowledge in curriculum, as well as initiatives to help support the financial security of students. Mathien ends the interview reflecting on the educators who influenced his own political thought and approach.

For additional information on the Transitional Year Programme please see Access and Equity in the University: A Collection of Papers from the 30th Anniversary Conference of the Transitional Year Programme, University of Toronto / Ed. Keren Braithwaite Organizations

Organizations

  • Transitional Year Program, University of Toronto
  • Campus Community Cooperative Daycare Centre
  • Student Union for Peace Action
  • Students’ Administrative Council
  • Innis College, University of Toronto
  • University of St. Michael’s College, University of Toronto

Subject Topics

  • Community education
  • Equity in education
  • Community engagement
  • Access to post-secondary educatio
  • Financial barriers to post-secondary education
  • Collective models
  • Indigenous curriculum
  • Institutional response

Oral history interview with Mary Anne Chambers conducted by Ruth Belay

Mary Anne Chambers, former Ontario Member of Provincial Parliament (2003 – 2007) and Senior Vice-President of Scotiabank, completed her degree at the University of Toronto Scarborough in 1988. In the interview, Chambers highlights the impact that the University has had on her life while pursuing her academic and professional interests. She gives examples from various points in her career, including the support she received from students as she ran for the Legislative Assembly and the opportunities that she created as a UofT donor and member of Governing Council. Chambers shares in detail some of the initiatives that she has led and supported at UofT, in particular the Imani Academic Mentorship Program, which aims to address systemic barriers that create disproportionate access to post-secondary education. She connects this work to how she sees her role as an advocate and her deep commitment to the East Scarborough community, as well as broadly discussing the positive impacts of community involvement and giving back.

Organizations

  • University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC)
  • Governing Council – UofT
  • Academic Resource Centre – UTSC
  • Imani Academic Mentorship Program
  • Government of Ontario
  • Black Students’ Association, UTSC

Subject Topics

  • Mature students
    • Mentorship
    • Accessibility of post-secondary education
    • Racial justice
    • Financial barriers to education
    • Community partnership
    • Community involvement
    • Equity in education
    • Philanthropy
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