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2022-2023 concert season

Series consists of programs and recordings of events hosted by the Faculty of Music during the 2022-2023 concert season including faculty, student, and guest artists as well as ongoing concert series and faculty ensembles. All concerts were performed to live audiences in Walter Hall or MacMillan Theatre.

A tale of two cities / Arthur Benjamin

File consists of a recording of an event that took place in MacMillan Theatre. See program for list of full cast and members of the University of Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Recorded in two parts.

Performers: Sandra Horst, conductor ; Kelly Robinson, director ; Scott Reid, set designer ; Gabriel Cropley, projection designer ; Andrew Nasturzio and Alessia Urbani, costume designers ; Kelly Robinson, choreographer ; Susan Monis Brett, stage manager ; Mabel Wonnacott ; assistant director ; Joy Castro, assistant stage manager ; Spencer Kryzanowski, assistant conductor ; Lisa Stevens, intimacy coach ; Christine Bae, Spencer Kryzanowski, repetiteurs ; John Sharpe, surtitles ; Faculty of Music Opera Division.

Program:

  • A tale of two cities / Arthur Benjamin : part 1
  • A tale of two cities / Arthur Benjamin : part 2.

A tale of two cities / Arthur Benjamin

File consists of a recording of an event that took place in MacMillan Theatre. See program for list of full cast and members of the University of Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Recorded in two parts.

Performers: Sandra Horst, conductor ; Kelly Robinson, director ; Scott Reid, set designer ; Gabriel Cropley, projection designer ; Andrew Nasturzio and Alessia Urbani, costume designers ; Kelly Robinson, choreographer ; Susan Monis Brett, stage manager ; Mabel Wonnacott ; assistant director ; Joy Castro, assistant stage manager ; Spencer Kryzanowski, assistant conductor ; Lisa Stevens, intimacy coach ; Christine Bae, Spencer Kryzanowski, repetiteurs ; John Sharpe, surtitles ; Faculty of Music Opera Division.

Program:

  • A tale of two cities / Arthur Benjamin : part 1
  • A tale of two cities / Arthur Benjamin : part 2.

A tale of two cities / Arthur Benjamin

File consists of a recording of an event that took place in MacMillan Theatre. See program for list of full cast and members of the University of Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Recorded in two parts.

Performers: Sandra Horst, conductor ; Kelly Robinson, director ; Scott Reid, set designer ; Gabriel Cropley, projection designer ; Andrew Nasturzio and Alessia Urbani, costume designers ; Kelly Robinson, choreographer ; Susan Monis Brett, stage manager ; Mabel Wonnacott ; assistant director ; Joy Castro, assistant stage manager ; Spencer Kryzanowski, assistant conductor ; Lisa Stevens, intimacy coach ; Christine Bae, Spencer Kryzanowski, repetiteurs ; John Sharpe, surtitles ; Faculty of Music Opera Division.

Program:

  • A tale of two cities / Arthur Benjamin : part 1
  • A tale of two cities / Arthur Benjamin : part 2.

Opera student composers collective : Disobedience

File consists of a program and recording of an event that took place in MacMillan Theatre. Libretto by Michael Patrick Albano. Composed by Ricardo Ferro, Qiushi Jiang, Vivian Kwok, Maria Mendes Martins, Prokhor Protosov, Nick Veltmeyer.

Performers: Spencer Kryzanowski, conductor ; Michael Patrick Albano, director.

A comedic trilogy

File consists of a program for an event that took place in MacMillan Theatre.

Performers: Sandra Horst, conductor ; Michael Parick Albano, director

Program:

  • Hin und Zuruck / Paul Hindemith
  • Monsieur Choufleuri restera chez lui le… / Jacques Offenbach
  • Gallantry / Douglas Moore.

A tale of two cities / Arthur Benjamin

File consists of a program and recording of an event that took place in MacMillan Theatre. See program for list of full cast and members of the University of Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Recorded in two parts.

Performers: Sandra Horst, conductor ; Kelly Robinson, director ; Scott Reid, set designer ; Gabriel Cropley, projection designer ; Andrew Nasturzio and Alessia Urbani, costume designers ; Kelly Robinson, choreographer ; Susan Monis Brett, stage manager ; Mabel Wonnacott ; assistant director ; Joy Castro, assistant stage manager ; Spencer Kryzanowski, assistant conductor ; Lisa Stevens, intimacy coach ; Christine Bae, Spencer Kryzanowski, repetiteurs ; John Sharpe, surtitles ; Faculty of Music Opera Division.

Program:

  • A tale of two cities / Arthur Benjamin : part 1
  • A tale of two cities / Arthur Benjamin : part 2.

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. Traditionally, these events take place in the Walter Hall at the Faculty of Music on Thursday afternoons.

Winners' recital with baritone Jamal Al Titi and pianist Indra Egan : Jim and Charlotte Norcop prize in song and Gwendolyn Williams Koldofsky prize in accompanying

File consists of a program and recording of an event that took place in Walter Hall.

Performers: Jamal Al Titi, baritone ; Indra Egan, piano

Program:

  • Loveliest of trees / George Butterworth
  • Silent noon / Ralph Vaughan Williams
  • The Year's at Spring / Amy Beach
  • Im wunderschonen Monat Mai ; Die Lotosblume ; Sonnenuntergang ; Fruhling und Liebe ; Vergessen ; Marie / Robert Franz
  • I canti della sera / Francesco Santoliquido
  • Der Mond kommt still gegangen / Clara Schumann
  • Нежность = Tenderness / Alexandra Pachmutova
  • Cantique / Nadia Boulanger
  • Не пой, красавица, при мне = Do not sing, my beauty ; Весенние воды = Spring waters / Sergei Rachmaninoff
  • Очи черные = Dark eyes / Russian folk song.

Student composers' concert

File consists of a program and recording of an event that took place in Walter Hall.

Program:

  • Nigun of four gates / Benjamin Gabbay (Benjamin Louwersheimer, Tuuli Olo, Lyndon Kwan, Hayley Chan, Maren Helyar, Kevin Zi-Xiao He, Sirui Chen, cello)
  • Blue / Salome Zhang (Sumi Kim, piano ; Samantha Yang, cello ; Alicia Ingalls, violin)
  • Maritime landscapes / Justin Lapierre (Lydia Kim, piano)
  • Sonata for bass trombone / Aaron Joseph Claude Gascon (Bien Carandang, bass trombone ; Carina Shum, piano)
  • Samba no. 1 / Alexander La (Joseph Park, piano)
  • Toccata for solo piano / Joseph (Sehyeok) Park (Joseph (Sehyeok) Park, piano)
  • <Partita Rococo> for two clarinets, percussion, and piano / Minjoo Kim (Emma Colette Moss, conductor ; Gavin Warren, Emerald Sun, clarinets ; Bevis Ng, marimba and xylophone ; Martin Kesuma, piano)
  • Life cycles of visual settings / Chiara Urban (Veronica Zupanic, Rsie Ryel, violins ; Thijs Vorstman, viola ; Cloe Liang, cello)
  • Open graphic score no. 2 / Nolan Hildebrand (Erik Kreem, piano and interpretation)
  • Piano fantasia no. 1 / Kyle Meng (Joseph Park, piano)
  • Coupe de grace / Anthony Gunadi (Vincent Poon, Satchi Kanashiro, violins ; Thijs Vorstman, viola ; Maren Helyar, cello)
  • Castles / Stephen Morris (Thomas Li, marimba and wind chimes)
  • I'm nobody! Who are you? / Yu-Pin Lai (Katie Kirkpatrick, soprano ; Jisu Woo, violin ; Thijs Vorstman, viola ; Hayley Chan, cello).

Student composers' concert

File consists of a program and recording of an event that took place in Walter Hall.

Performers: Elyssa Arde, vibraphone ; Kelsey Choi, vibraphone ; Christian Le, guitar

Program:

  • Perspectives balance. Ascension 625 / Duncan Hall
  • Spiral staircases in dreams / Stephen Morris
  • Silent / Parisa Sabet
  • Proto-Sequence / Luke Blackmore.

Student composer concert

File consists of a program and recording of an event that took place in Walter Hall.

Program:

  • A Chinese folklore / Jingren Sun (Aaron Gascon, conductor ; Sophia Guo, flute ; Felicity Quadrini, clarinet ; Ameilia Parks, french horn ; Thomas Carli, timpani ; Matthew Magocsi, snare drum ; Kelsey Choi, chimes ; Amiel Ang, percussion II ; Daniel Zhou, piano ; Christine Wang, Anthony Gunadi, violin ; Chloe Shin, cello)
  • Paike, kuu / Erik Kreem (Jisu Woo, Elise Wiesinger, violin ; Richard Cao, viola ; Eliza Wei, cello ; Yoshi Maclear Wall, double bass)
  • Beyond the haze (we are one) / Hirad Moradi (Hirad Moradi, conductor ; Tina Jia, flute ; Chelyn Yoo, oboe ; Niki Tang, clarinet ; Julia Fowell, horn in F ; Abby Minor, bassoon)
  • Penta-Chroma / Elienna (Yu Xuan) Wang (Hannah Cai, piano ; Nicolas Wojtarowicz, violin)
  • Rainy night stroll / Anthony Gunadi (Phoebe Lin, piano)
  • I Remember / Bennett Luo (Evelyn Tao, piano ; Andrew Neagoe, clarinet ; Tuuli Olo, cello).

Student composers' concert

File consists of a program and recording of an event that took place in Walter Hall.

Program:

  • Open graphic score no. 3 / Nolan Hildebrand (Nolan Hildebrand, electronics)
  • Re-absorption / Stephe Morris (Yu-Pin Lai, piano)
  • 3 sketches of grief for solo clarinet / Sean Parker (Gavin Warren, clarinet)
  • I den' ide, I nich ide / Emma Clark (Brooke Zarubin, soprano ; Yu-Pin Lai, piano)
  • Crepuscule / Benjamin Gabbay (Maria Milenic, mezzo-soprano ; Benjamin Gabbay, piano)
  • Fate / Homa Samiei (Sohrab Maekzadeh, cello)
  • The moon in the puddle / Yu-Pin Lai (Melody Li, flute, alto flute ; Marija Ivicevic, viola ; Chloe Liang, cello)
  • Expanse / Umberto Quattrociocchi (A dinner Salome Zhang (Hon Yu (Richard) Wong, piano ; Lucy Zuo, flute)
  • Reunion / Ian Chan (Phoebe Lin, piano ; Gavin Warren, clarinet)
  • Piano quartet / Ethan Larose (Richard Cao, piano ; Vincent Poon, violin ; Thijs Vorstman, viola ; Eliza Wei, cello).

New Music Festival

Subseries consists of events that were part of the University of Toronto New Music Festival (UTNMF), an international festival of contemporary music presented annually by the University of Toronto Faculty of Music. The festival was coordinated by Norbert Palej.

Chamber music by Kevin Lau

File consists of a program and recording of an event that took place in Walter Hall.

Program:

  • Timescape variations / Kevin Lau (Scott St John, violin ; Emma Schmiedecke, cello ; Angela Park, piano)
  • String quartet no. 3 / Kevin Lau (Scott St John, violin ; Arlan Vriens, violin ; Maxime Despax, viola ; Emma Schmiedecke, cello)
  • If life were a mirror / Kevin Lau (Scott St John, violin ; Angela Park, piano)
  • The Nightingale / Kevin Lau (Kathleen Pollard, narrator ; Scott St John, violin ; Peter Stoll, clarinet ; Kevin Lau, piano).

University of Toronto Wind Symphony : Imagine…

File consists of a program and recording of an event that took place in MacMillan Theatre. The concert was recorded in two parts (before and after intermission).

Performers: University of Toronto Wind Symphony ; Pratik Gandhi, conductor

Program:

  • Imagine, if you will… / Timothy Mahr
  • Foaming sea / Robert Buckley (Shawn Bennett, conductor)
  • Shenandoah / Traditional, arr. Omar Thomas
  • Tongues of fire. To the ends of the Earth / Christos Hatzis, arr. Kevin Lau (Hoi Tong Keung, percussion)
  • Galactic voyage / Kevin Day
  • A symphony of fables / Julie Giroux (Mark Sallmen, fabulist).

University of Toronto Symphony Orchestra

File consists of a program and recording of an event that took place in MacMillan Theatre.

Performers: University of Toronto Symphony Orchestra ; Uri Mayer, conductor

Program:

  • Symphony, op. 21 / Anton Webern
  • Ringelspiel / Ana Sokolovic
  • Estancia : ballet suite / Alberto Ginastera (Matheus Coelho do Nascimento, Felipe Luzuriaga, conductors)
  • Pictures at an exhibition / Modest Mussorgsky, Maurice Ravel.

University of Toronto jazz

File consists of a program and recording of an event that took place in Walter Hall.

Program:

  • Sunspot / Jonathan Taylor ; Improvised music (Patrick O'Reilly Ensemble, DOG)
  • Improvised music (Jim Lewis, Christine Duncan, Patrick O'Reilly, Jean Martin).

New techniques in global collaboration for musical performance

File consists of a program and recording of an event that took place in Walter Hall. This concert was presented as part of a joint creative research project between the University of Toronto and the Chinese University of Hong Kong.

Performers: Bedford Trio (Alessia Disimino, violin ; Andrew Ascenzo, cello ; Jialiang Zhu, piano) with guest artists

Program:

  • Tripping in the horror vacui : for piano trio and electronics / Nolan Hildebrand
  • Compression cycles : for modular synthesizer and live electronics / Eliot Britton (Chris Wiens)
  • My journal : for cello, percussion, and electronics / Fish Yu (Andrew Ascenzo, cello ; Nikki Huang, percussion)
  • Do you believe in spring? : for piano trio and live eletronics / Kenneth Li [not recorded]
  • Vita brevis : for voice, violin, guitar, harpsichord/synthesizer / Norbert Palej (Maeve Palmer, soprano ; Alessia Disimino, violin ; Hye Won Cecilia Lee, harpsichord and synthesizer ; Rob MacDonald, guitar)
  • The Not-yet : for piano trio / Yuhan Zhou [winning piece of the 2022 Piano Trio Composition Competition] : [part 1]
  • The Not-yet : for piano trio / Yuhan Zhou [winning piece of the 2022 Piano Trio Composition Competition] : [part 2].

University of Toronto Wind Ensemble

File consists of a program and recording of an event that took place in MacMillan Theatre.

Performers: University of Toronto Wind Ensemble ; Jeffrey Reynolds, conductor ; James Campbell, clarinet

Program:

  • Celebration / Adolphus Hailstork
  • The Last hive mind / Shuying Li
  • Elemental motion (led by Christine Duncan)
  • Dark light / Maria Eduarda Mendes Martin
  • Twitch / Nathan Daughtrey (James Campbell, clarinet solo)
  • Dreaming of the masters / Allan Gilliland (James Campbell, clarinet solo ; Samuel Little, double bass)
  • Cartoon / Paul Hart.

Karen Keiser prize concert

File consists of a program and recording of an event that took place in Walter Hall. Presented by Gregory Lee Newsome. Interview with Newsome and Gavin Fraser not recorded.

Performers: Mark Takeshi McGregor, flute ; Katya Poplyansky, violin ; Todd Yaniw, piano

Program:

  • Slipstream / Kotoka Suzuk
  • Ambitus / Gregory Lee Newsome
  • H?rai / Keiko Devaux
  • Laconisme de l'aile / Kaija Saariaho
  • like years, like seconds / Gavin Fraser.

University of Toronto Percussion Ensemble

File consists of a program and recording of an event that took place in MacMillan Theatre.

Performers: Percussion Ensemble ; Aiyun Huang, director

Program:

  • Torque / Vijay Iyer (Andrew Busch, Nikki Huang, Thomas Li, Bevis Ng)
  • Water, wine, brandy, brine / Viet Cuong (Randall Chaves Camacho, Alex Fraga, Hoi Tong Keung)
  • Quantum transitions / Christos Hatzis (Randall Chaves Camacho, Alex Fraga, Hoi Tong Keung, Cassandra Wolff)
  • Music for mallet instruments, voices, and organ / Steve Reich (Aiyun Huang, vibraphone ; Thomas Carli, Tim Roth, glockenspiel ; Amiel Ang, Matthew Magocsi, Cassandra Wolff, Jeffrey Zhu, marimba ; Aaron Chow, organ ; Lindsay McIntyre, Julia Barber, voice).

New Music for guitar(s) and ensemble

File consists of a program and recording of an event that took place in Walter Hall. Featured new and recent works for/with guitar(s) by Canadian composers.

Program:

  • Distant light / Simon Farintosh (Simon Farintosh, guitar)
  • Guitar duet / David Occhipinti (Elizabeth Chernyak, Scott Jolicoeur, guitars)
  • Retazos / Jose Evangelista (Bahar Ossareh, guitar)
  • En homenaje a Jorge Morel. Danza y coral / Jorge Caballero (James Baker, Ciel Fang, Simon Farintosh, Bahar Ossareh, guitars)
  • Vita brevis / Norbert Palej (Maeve Palmer, soprano ; Alessia Disimino, violin ; Hye Won Cecilia Lee, harpsichord/synthesizer ; Rob MacDonald, guitar).

Canadian art song showcase

File consists of a program and recording of an event that took place in Walter Hall. Jointly presented by the University of Toronto New Music Festival (UTNMF) and the Student chapter of the National Association of Teachers of Singing (SNATS). Features works by Christos Hatzis, SNATS resident composer 2023.

Program:

  • Three songs on poems by Ann Michaels. Women on a beach / Christos Hatzis (Leon Page, tenor ; Sakurako Jayne Abe, piano)
  • Tis moonlight / Elienna Yu Xuan Wang (Charlotte Goss, soprano ; Rachel Chen, piano)
  • Toward eternity / Benjamin Gabbay (Monica Lindsay, soprano ; Benjamin Gabbay, piano)
  • Eternity's heartbeat / Christos Hatzis (Tracy Wong, soprano ; Sakurako Jayne Abe)
  • The train / Duncan Hall (Rachel Currie, voice ; Josh Gibson, baritone ; Angela Suet Kee Ng, piano)
  • Ari's lament / Danial Sheibani (Max Webb-Comor, tenor ; Danial Sheibani, piano)
  • Bright Pheobe / Nick Veltmeyer (Karis Tee, soprano ; Dakota Scott-Digout, piano)
  • Demain des l'aube. Demain des l'aube / Justin Lapierre (Arushi Das, soprano ; Angel Suet Kee Ng, piano)
  • I den' ide, i nicht ide / Emma Clark (Anna Tanczak, soprano ; Yu-Pin Lai, piano)
  • Vulture / Andrew Clark (Alannah Beauparlant, soprano ; Elly Hung, piano)
  • Haikus / Christos Hatzis (Ellita Gagner, soprano ; Thomas Li, marimba).

Jazz ensembles

Subseries consists of programs and recordings of concerts by the Faculty of Music's jazz ensembles, including two Jazz Orchestras, directed by Jim Lewis and TBA; the Jazz Orchestra 12tet; and Vocal Jazz Ensemble, directed by Christine Duncan.

U of T Jazz Jim Lewis 12tet

File consists of a program and recording of an event that took place in Walter Hall.

Program:

  • Bouncin' with Bud / Bud Powell, arr. Terry Promane
  • Think of one / Thelonious Monk, arr. Andrew Miller
  • Phor / Terry Promane, arr. Terry Promane
  • Trillium Falls / Terry Promane, arr. Terry Promane
  • Once upon a Summertime / Michel Legrand, arr. Terry Promane
  • You don't know what love is / Gene De Paul, Don Reye, arr. Nathaniel Jenkins
  • Golson's groove / Isaac Kashino, arr. Isaac Kashino
  • Unit 7 / Sam Jones, arr. Terry Promane.

Small jazz ensembles and 10 O'Clock Jazz Orchestra with Terri Lyne Carrington

File consists of a program and recording of an event that took place in Walter Hall. The concert was recorded in two parts (before and after intermission).

Performers: Small jazz ensemble ; Hannah Barstow, coach ' The Wayne Shorter Ensemble ; Samuel Cousineau, coach ; 10 O'Clock Jazz Orchestra ; Jason Logue, director

Program:

  • Finis / Amanda Tosoff, arr. Sarah McIntyre (Small Jazz Ensemble)
  • There by the door / Caity Gyorgy, arr. Julia D'Ascanio (Small Jazz Ensemble)
  • Premium plaza / Sarah McIntyre (Small Jazz Ensemble)
  • One by one / Wayne Shorter (The Wayne Shorter Ensemble)
  • Blue Nile / Alice Coltrane (The Wayne Shorter Ensemble)
  • Yes and no / Wayne Shorter (The Wayne Shorter Ensemble)
  • Code breaking / Tara Davidson, arr. Andy Ballantyne (10 O'Clock Jazz Orchestra)
  • Two roses / Avashi Cohen, arr. Bobby Shaw (10 O'Clock Jazz Orchestra)
  • Circling / Gretchen Parlato, arr. Alyssa Giammaria (10 O'Clock Jazz Orchestra)
  • Respected destroyer / Brandee Younger, arr. Paul Crocker (10 O'Clock Jazz Orchestra)
  • Continental cliff / Patricia Zarate Perez, arr. Matt Aasen (10 O'Clock Jazz Orchestra).

U of T Jazz William Carn 12tet

File consists of a program and recording of an event that took place in Walter Hall.

Performers: Hanson Goodwin, alto saxophone ; Omar Yazaw, tenor saxophone ; Logan Lee, tenor and baritone saxophone ; Fionn Ling, Georgeos Kosmatos, trumpet ; Tibor Stojanovic, Luca Carnegie, trombone ; Micah Weekes, piano ; Benjamin Payne, bass ; Mateos Labve Phelan, drums ; William Carn, director

Program:

  • Windmills of your mind / Michel Legrand, arr. William Carn
  • Isfahan / Billy Strayhorn, arr. Alex Lakusta
  • All or nothing at all / Arthur Altman, arr. Keith Barstow
  • Detour ahead / Bill Evans, arr. Terry Promane
  • Anthropology / Charlie Parker, arr. Marty Paich
  • Family portrait / Tara Davidson, arr. Andrew Downing
  • Things ain't what they used to be / Duke Ellington, arr. John Macleod.

University of Toronto vocal jazz ensemble

File consists of a program and recording of an event that took place in Walter Hall. The concert was recorded in two parts (before and after intermission).

Performers: University of Toronto Vocal Jazz Ensemble ; Christine Duncan, direcotr

Program:

  • Instrumental : maiden voyage / H. Hancock
  • Song for the traveller / K. Marsh
  • Child's play / A. Giammaria and R. Skillich
  • The Way / M. Mayo, arr. A. Elgie
  • Rain / How Town, arr. L. Swankey
  • The Weather / Lawrence, arr. K. Kovacs
  • Improvisations (Plastic Babies : Patrick O'Reilly, guitar and processing ; Laura Swankey, voice and processing ; Christine Duncan, theremin and voice)
  • Density no. 4 / P. O'Reilly (Plastic Babies ; University of Toronto Vocal Jazz Ensemble)
  • Elemental improvisation (Plastic Babies ; University of Toronto Vocal Jazz Ensemble).

U of T Vocal Jazz Ensemble and 10 O'Clock Jazz Orchestra

File consists of a recording of an event that took place in Walter Hall. The order of the second half of the concert (by the U of T 10 O'Clock Jazz Orchestra) was announced from the stage, but not recorded.

Performers: Christine Duncan, Jasom Logue, directors; Alyssa Giammaria, Raquel Skilich, guest conductors

Program:

  • On green dolphin street / B. Kaper, N. Washington (Dashiell Cole, piano ; Ian Megelas, guitar ; Philip Luke, bass ; Yabo Li, drums)
  • Blame it on my youth / E. Hayman, O. Levant, arr. K. Marsh (Vocal Jazz Ensemble)
  • Beginning and end / A. Giammaria (Vocal Jazz Ensemble)
  • Deep dry ocean / G. Clayton, arr. R. Skilich (Vocal Jazz Ensemble)
  • Hidden meanings / V. Weston (Vocal Jazz Ensemble)
  • In lime / R. Skilich (Vocal Jazz Ensemble)
  • Here I am, there I go / J.D. Walter, arr. K. Marsh (Vocal Jazz Ensemble)
  • Basie straight ahead / Sammy Nestico (U of T 10 O'Clock Jazz Orchestra)
  • Stolen moments / Oliver Nelson (U of T 10 O'Clock Jazz Orchestra)
  • Isn't she lovely / Stevie Wonder, arr. Holman (U of T 10 O'Clock Jazz Orchestra)
  • First love song / Bob Brookmeyer (U of T 10 O'Clock Jazz Orchestra)
    Down by the riverside / African American Spiritual, arr. Oliver Nelson.

University of Toronto Jazz : William Carn 10tet

File consists of a program and recording of an event that took place in Walter Hall.

Performers: U of T Jazz William Carn 10tet ; William Carn, director

Program:

  • Speak low / Kurt Weill, arr. Rob McConnell
  • Try again / William Carn, arr. Ernesto Cervini
  • Bouncin' with Bud / Bud Powell, arr. Terry Promane
  • Blue yonder / Christine Jensen
  • Florencio / William Carn
  • The Great Danes / John MacLeod
  • Something simple / Chelsea McBride.

Margo Garrett : French melodie master class

File consists of a program and recording of an event that took place in Walter Hall. Margo Garrett was the John R. Stratton Visitor in Music (2022-2023).

Program:

  • Talk
  • Quatre chansons de Jeunesse. Pantomime / Claude Debussy (Camille Labonte, soprano ; Joel Goodfellow, piano)
  • Phidyle / Henri Duparc (Marcel d'Entremont, tenor ; Helen Becque, piano)
  • Tes yeux bleus / Emmanuel Chabrier (Leandra Dahm, soprano ; Trevor Flemings, piano)
  • Correspondances, no. 3. A Slava et Galina / Henri Dutilleux (Stephanie McKay-Turgeon, soprano ; Dakota Scott-Digout, piano)
  • Fiancailles pour rire, no. 2. Dans l'herbe / Francis Poulenc (Jennifer Wilson, soprano ; Hyejin Kwon, piano)
  • Nuit d'etoiles / Claude Debussy (Alina Tigelman, soprano ; Indra Egan, piano).

In recital : Vincent David, distinguished visitor in music

File consists of a program and recording of an event that took place in Walter Hall.

Performers: Vincent David, saxophone ; Wesley Shen, piano

Program:

  • Rhapsodie / Claude A. Debussy, arr. Vincent David
  • L'eveil de la toupie / Vincent David
  • Syrinx / Claude A. Debussy
  • Reflexions / Vincent David
  • Rhizome / Vincent David
  • Lineal / Vincent David.

Professor Enrico Elisi, Goh piano

File consists of a program and recording of an event that took place in Walter Hall. The concert celebrated the arrival of the Goh Steinway piano, selected in August 2022 by Professor Enrico Elisi, piano technician Andrew Novosky, and Interim Director of Advancement Tyler Greenleaf, who visited Steinway & Sons in Hamburg, Germany, with donor Dr. Swee Goh, to choose a new concert grand piano for Walter Hall.\

Program:

  • Waltz in A minor, op. 34, no. 2 ; Prelude in C-sharp minor, op. 45 ; Berceuse in D-flat major, op. 57 ; Waltz in D-flat major, op. 64, no. 1 ; Barcarolle in F-sharp major, op. 60 / Frederic Chopin
  • Notturno, P. 44 / Ottorino Respighi
  • Ungarische rhapsodie = Hungarian rhapsody in A minor, no. 13, S. 244 / Franz Liszt
  • Piano sonata no. 30 in E major, op. 109 / Ludwig van Beethoven
  • Encore [Chopin].

Margo Garrett : art song master class

File consists of a program and recording of an event that took place in Walter Hall. Margo Garrett was the John R. Stratton Visitor in Music (2022-2023).

Program:

  • Im Fruhling / Franz Schubert (Leon Page, tenor ; Helen Becque, piano)
  • Twelve poems by Emily Dickinson. Nature, the gentlest mother / Aaron Copland (Morgan Reid, soprano ; Joel Goodfellow, piano)
  • Hermit songs. St. Ita's vision / Samuel Barber (William Salinas-Crosby, tenor ; Joy Lee, piano)
  • Love let the wind cry…How I adore thee, op. 29, no. 3 / Undine Smith Moore (Anika Venkatesh, soprano ; Joel Goodfellow, piano)
  • Les hiboux / Deodat de Severac (Chihiro Yasufuku, soprano ; Chun Yi Tsang, piano)
  • Das Rosenband / Richard Strauss (Madeleine Luntley, soprano ; Trevor Flemings, piano).

Master class with Vincent David, a distinguished visitor in music

File consists of a program and recording of an event that took place in Walter Hall.

Performers: Wesley Shen, piano

Program:

  • Concerto in E-flat major / Alexander Glazounov (BingChen (George) He, saxophone)
  • Rhapsodie / Claude A. Debussy (Xiaotian (David) Yuan, saxophone)
  • Concertino da camera / Jacques Ibert (Christopher Jones, saxophone)
  • Ballade / Frank Martin (Samuel Chen, saxophone).

Seraph Brass : recital

File consists of a program and recording of an event that took place in Walter Hall.

Performers: Mary Elizabeth Bowden, trumpet ; Raquel Samayoa, trumpet ; Rachel Velvikis, horn ; Victoria Garcia, trombone ; Cristina Cutts Dougherty, tuba

Program:

  • Holberg suite, op. 40. Prelude / Edvard Grieg, arr. Jeff Luke
  • La Traviata. Sempre Libera /Giuseppe Verdi, arr. Jeff Luke
  • La Danza. Tarantella Napoletana / Gioacchino Rossini, arr. James Markey and Raquel Samayoa
  • Fantasia III for brass quintet / Kevin Day
  • Drei Romanzen, op. 22. Andante molto / Clara Schumann, arr. Noah Dugan
  • Hungarian rhapsody no. 2 / Franz Liszt, arr. Jeff Luke
  • Vuelta del Fuego / Kevin McKee
  • Central Park morning / David Chesky
  • Hora Staccato / Grigoras Dinicu, arr. Tim Olt
  • Khirkiyaan = Windows : three transformations for brass quintet. Tuttarana / Reena Esmail
  • Asteria : Virgo, the lover of justice / Catherine McMichael
  • Go / Anthony DiLorenzo.

Master Class with Patricia O’Callaghan

File consists of a program and recording of an event that took place in Walter Hall.

Program:

  • Hermit songs. The Desire for hermitage / Samuel Barber (Manishya Jayasundera, soprano)
  • Nuit d'etoiles / Claude Debussy (Dorothea Unwin, soprano)
  • Paper wings. Bedtime story / Jake Heggie (Francesca Hauser, mezzo-soprano)
  • Hermit songs. The Crucifixion / Samuel Barber (Karis Persaud , soprano)
  • Griselda. Per la gloria d'adorarvi / Giovanni Bononcini (Charlotte Fowler, soprano)
  • Question and answer period with Patricia O'Callaghan.

Side-by-side : Winter Bach

File consists of a program and recording of an event that took place in Walter Hall.

Performers: Joseph Johnson, cello ; Mark Fewer, violin soloist and orchestra leader ; Tim Dawson and Mark Fewer, co-directors

Program:

  • String symphony in C maor, Wq 182/3 / C.P.E. Bach
  • Concerto for cello and string in A minor, Wq 170 / C.P.E. Bach
  • Orchestral suite no. 3 in D major, BWV 1068 / J.S. Bach.

Hear! Hear! Remembering John Beckwith

File consists of a program and recording of an event that took place in Walter Hall. All music on the program was composed or arranged by John Beckwith.

Program:

  • Calling (New Music Concerts Ensemble)
  • Speaker (Larry Beckwith)
  • Six songs to poems by e.e. cummings. o purple finch ; Jimmie's got a goil / John Beckwith (Bradley Christensen, baritone ; Steven Philcox, piano)
  • Halifax / arr. John Beckwith, original text by Jay MacPherson (Alison Beckwith, Katy Clark, Teri Dunn, voices; Dianne Aitken, flute)
  • Speaker (Ellie Hisama)
  • All at once : two fragments by bpNichol / John Beckwith (Opus 8 Vocal Ensemble ; Robert Busiakiewicz, director)
  • Follow me. Third movement / John Beckwith(Peter Stoll, clarinet ; Christopher Bagan, piano)
  • Taptoo!. Act I, Scene 6 and Act II Prelude / John Beckwith, libretto by James Reaney (University of Toronto Opera ; Sandra Horst, director ; Spencer Kryzanowski, pian)
  • Speaker (Brian Cherney)
  • Sonatina on "Mairi's wedding" / John Beckwith (Robert Aitken, flute ; Christopher Bagan, piano)
  • A man and his flute / John Beckwith (Monica Whicher, soprano ; Steven Philcox, piano)
  • Speaker (Robin Elliott)
  • Sharon fragments / John Beckwith, texts by David Wilson (Sounstreams' Choir 21 ; David Fallis, director)
  • Speaker (Kathleen McMorrow)
  • Three Burns songs. Ae fond kiss / Traditional, arr. John Beckwith, texts by Robert Burns (Soundstreams' Choir 21 ; Opus 8 Vocal Ensemble ; Christopher Bagan, piano).

Growing up : older, wiser, deeper : from cradle to grave, and beyond

File consists of a program and recording of an event that took place in Walter Hall. Martha Guth and Graham Johnson were the 2022-2023 John R. Stratton Visitors in Music. The concert was recorded in two parts, divided by the intermission.

Performers: Martha Guth ; Graham Johnson

Program:

  • Selected lieder / Franz Schubert
  • Selected melodies / Gabriel Faure
  • Selected melodies / Francis Poulenc
  • Selected songs / Benjamin Britten.

Margo Garrett : art song master class

File consists of a program and recording of an event that took place in Walter Hall. Margo Garrett was the John R. Stratton Visitor in Music (2022-2023).

Performers: Christine Bae, Spencer Kryzanowski, piano

Program:

  • Talk
  • Ruckert Lieder. Liebst du um Schonheit / Gustav Mahler (Nathania Rose Chan, mezzo soprano)
  • Das Thal, op. 51, no. 1 / Richard Strauss (Wesley Hui, bass)
  • Ruckert Lieder. Ich atmet' einen linden Duft / Gustav Mahler (Emily Rocha, soprano)
  • Im Rhein, im schonen Strome, S. 272 / Franz Liszt (Ben Done, tenor)
  • Funf Lieder. Laue Sommernacht / Alma Mahler (Ellita Gagner, mezzo soprano)
  • Schwanengesang, D. 957. Aufenthalt / Franz Schubert (Burak Yaman, baritone)
  • Discussion.
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