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Student Publications fonds

  • CA ON00347 7
  • Fonds
  • 1910 - 2024

This fonds consists of publications created by the students of St. Michael's College. This includes yearbooks (for St. Michael's College, the University of St. Michael's College, and some of the books from St. Michael's College School), the Mike (student newspaper), and literary collections featuring students and faculty of USMC.
Fonds consists of 3 series: Yearbooks, Student Journals, and The Mike.

University of St. Michael's College

Promotional material for faculty events

Series consists of promotional materials created by the Faculty of Music to advertise events, facilities, and programs at the Faculty of Music. Materials include brochures, pamphlets, posters, and season event calendars.

Season event calendars

  • OTUFM 04-E-3
  • Subseries
  • 1958-1959, 1963-1968, 1970-1971, 1974-1991, 1992-2004, 2007-2020, 2022-2024
  • Part of Faculty of Music collection

Subseries consists of season events calendars for the University of Toronto Faculty of Music. The events calendar was titled "Notes" starting with the 1988-1989 concert season.

John Beckwith fonds

  • OTUFM 10
  • Fonds
  • 1888-2024, 1936-2022 predominant

Fonds consists of records created and collected by John Beckwith during his career as a composer, writer, music critic, radio broadcaster, administrator, educator, and performer. Records include sketches, drafts, and manuscripts of his compositions and arrangements, as well as programs, posters, reviews, correspondence, recordings, and other materials from premieres and other performances of his works.

Fonds also includes records relating to Beckwith's work as a radio commentator and script writer for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC); music critic for the Toronto Star; professor and dean of the University of Toronto Faculty of Music; and writer of numerous lectures, articles, and books.

Beckwith, John

Faculty of Music collection

  • OTUFM 04
  • Collection
  • 1927-2024

Collection consists of promotional materials created and collected by the Faculty of Music, including newsletters, photographs, student publications, and other reference materials that reflect the activities of the faculty, staff, and students.

University of Toronto. Faculty of Music

The Mike

This series consists of volumes of The Mike, the official student newspaper of the University of St. Michael’s College. The newspaper has been in operation since 1948 and has been published on a predominantly bi-weekly basis.

Faculty ensembles

Subseries consists of programs and recordings of performances by large ensembles in the Faculty of Music, including: University of Toronto Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Uri Mayer; Wind Ensemble, conducted by Gillian MacKay; Wind Symphony, conducted by Pratik Gandhi; Contemporary Music Ensemble, conducted by Wallace Halladay; MacMillan Singers, conducted by Jamie Hillman; Chamber Choir, conducted by Lori-Anne Dolloff; Soprano/Alto Chorus, conducted by Kathleen Allan; Tenor/Bass Chorus, conducted by Thomas Burton; Guitar Orchestra, conducted by Rob MacDonald; and Graduate Classical Saxophones, conducted by Wallace Halladay.

Global musics ensembles

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

Performers: University of Toronto Klezmer Ensemble ; University of Toronto Japanese Drumming Ensemble ; Brian Katz, Kiyoshi Nagata, directors.

Thursday at noon series

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

Jazz ensembles

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

Nicole Mitchell, 2023-2024 John and Claudine Bailey Distinguished Visitor in Jazz, with U of T Jazz Ensembles

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

Performers: Nicole Mitchell, flute ; Carn 10tet (Jordan Middleton, alto sax ; Hanson Goldwin, tenor sax ; Logan Lee, baritone and tenor sax ; Joseph Funk, trumpet ; Sarah McIntyre, trumpet ; Tibor Stojanovich, trombone ; Selena Savage, trombone ; Eric Liang, piano ; Phil Luke, bass ; Will Bentley, drums ; Pablo Marin-Marquez, guest percussion)

Program:

  • Too many of our young are dying / Nicole Mitchell
  • Navigator / Nicole Mitchell
  • Geri's glide (for Geri Allen) / Nicole Mitchell
  • Blessed / Nicole Mitchell (Joseph Funk, trumpet ; Omar Yazaw, saxophone ; Micah Weekes, piano ; Philip Luke, bass ; Kealan Braden, drums ; Judy Zhu, voice ; Brendan Beaton, trumpet ; Bjorn Kriel, vibraphone ; Patrick O'Reilly, guitar ; Keon Narinesingh, bass ; Brandon Davis, bass ; Regan Mowery, drums)
  • Algorithmic / Rich Brown, arr. Selena Savage
  • Smoke gets in your eyes / Jerome Kern, arr. Joseph Funk
  • Afrika rising / Nicole Mitchell, arr. Christian Overton
  • God's bits of wood / Nicole Mitchell, arr. Christian Overton.

OraSTORYo : We dare to share

File consists of a program and recording of an event that took place in Trinity-St. Paul's Church and Centre for Faith, Justice and the Arts.

Performers: featuring singers from the graduate and fourth-year oratorio classes ; Dr. Darryl Edwards, instructor ; Dr. Kathryn Tremills, collaborative pianist

Program:

  • Heart sutra / Buddhist traditional, Imee Ooi (Enquan (Frank) Yu, tenor)
  • Welcome : We DARE to SHARE (Darryl Edwards)
  • Mary, Queen of Scots. Alone! Alone! I am alone! / Judith Wier (Rhianna McDonald, soprano)
  • Y como el hombre atento / Manuel de Sumaya (Maren Richardson, soprano)
  • Te Deum, H. 146. Te Deum Laudamus / Marc-Antoine Charpentier (Michael Denomme, baritone)
  • Five mystical songs, no. 2. I got me flowers / Ralph Vaughan Williams (Charlie Sadler, baritone)
  • Six songs. Stacey / John Beckwith (Tarquin Wongkee, mezzo-soprano)
  • Die Schuldigkeit des Ersten Gebots, KV35. In sorrow I must witness the awful paths / W.A. Mozart, Buddhist oratorio libretto written by Rachel Lewis (Enquan (Frank) Yu, tenor)
  • Slowly moves the passion / Doulhobor (traditional) (Gabriel Klassen, baritone ; undergraduate ensemble)
  • Mass in E-flat major, op. 5. Benedictus / May Beach (Peter Bassmahon, baritone)
  • Missa Te Deum laudamus. Benedictus / Lorenzo Perosi (Christian Matta, tenor)
  • Soorp, soorp / Armenian (traditional) (Taline Yeremian, mezzo-soprano ; undergraduate ensemble)
  • Water. I am water / Stephanie Martin (Aemilia Moser, soprano)
  • Stabat Mater, op. 89, B. 165. Quis est homo / Antonin Dvorak (Aemilia Moser, soprano ; Kcenia Koutorjevski, mezzo-soprano ; Carlo Cormier, tenor ; Ben Wallace, baritone)
  • Messe de Sainte Anne. Sanctus / Justin LaPierre (Carlo Cormier, tenor)
  • Stabat Mater. Quis est homo / Gioachino Rossini (Aemilia Moser, soprano ; Kcenia Koutorjevski, mezzo-soprano)
  • Stabat Mater. Quando corpus morietur / Gioachino Rossini (Aemilia Moser, soprano ; Kcenia Koutorjevski, mezzo-soprano ; Carlo Cormier, tenor ; Ben Wallace, baritone)
  • Requiem. The Lord is my shepherd / Mack Wilberg (Ben Wallace, baritone)
  • Misa a Buenos Aires. Gloria / Martin Palmeri (Kcenia Koutorjevski, mezzo-soprano ; graduate and undergraduate ensembles).

The Musical theatre of Britta Johnson

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

Performers: Britta Johnson, curator, piano ; Jonah Nung, piano ; Mabel Wonnacott, stage director ; singers from the Faculty of Music

Program:

  • He is coming. The Light / book by Sarah Farb, music and lyrics by Britta Johnson (Britta Johnson, singer and pianist)
  • The Children stay. Morning / book by Liza Balkan, music and lyrics by Britta Johnson (Maren Richardson, soprano)
  • Trap door. Make me a widow / book my Morris Panych, music and lyrics by Britta Johnson and Anika Johnson (Julia Renda, mezzo-soprano)
  • Kelly v. Kelly. Suite. Al's song / book by Sara Farb, music and lyrics by Britta Johnson (Ryan Paul Wong, bass ; Tracy Wong, soprano ; Trinity Turino, mezzo-soprano ; Dorothea Unwin, mezzo-soprano)
  • Kelly v. Kelly. Suite. Love and money / book by Sara Farb, music and lyrics by Britta Johnson (Belén Fazio, soprano)
  • Kelly v. Kelly. Suite. You scare me / book by Sara Farb, music and lyrics by Britta Johnson (Megan O'Donnell, soprano)
  • Kelly v. Kelly. Suite. For a moment / book by Sara Farb, music and lyrics by Britta Johnson (Rachel Currie, soprano ; Tracy Wong, soprano ; Trinity Turino, mezzo-soprano ; Dorothea Unwin, mezzo-soprano)
  • Dr. Silver : A Celebration of life. Suite. Happier here / book, music and lyrics by Britta Johnson and Anika Johnson (Ryan Paul Wong, bass)
  • Dr. Silver : A Celebration of life. Suite. The most beautiful song / book, music and lyrics by Britta Johnson and Anika Johnson (Eve Channell, soprano ; Isla Parekh, soprano)
  • Twelfth night. All I need / music and lyrics by Britta Johnson (Tarquin Wongkee, mezzo-soprano)
  • Alligator tearas. You can't be a hero if nobody's scared / book, music, and lyrics by Britta Johnson (Jay-Daniel Baghbanan, baritone)
  • Life after. Suite. Wallpaper / book, music, and lyrics by Britta Johnson (Vanessa Oude-Reimerink, soprano)
  • Life after. Suite. Did I grow? / book, music, and lyrics by Britta Johnson (Chloé Dionne, soprano)
  • Life after. Suite. Poetry / book, music, and lyrics by Britta Johnson (Jaidyn McFadden, soprano)
  • The tree / music and lyrics by Britta Johnson (Emma Puscalau, soprano ; Trinity Turino, mezzo-soprano ; full company).

University of Toronto Steel Pan Ensemble and University of Toronto Faculty of Music Gospel Choir

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

Performers: University of Toronto Steel Pan Ensemble ; University of Toronto Faculty of Music Gospel Choir ; Joe Cullen, Darren Hamilton, directors ; Sarah Berejiklian Cullen, Piper Sheils, percussion ; Desarée Dee, professional gospel accompanist, musical director, piano, auxiliary keys ; Duncan Wilson, auxiliary keys, piano ; Ben Payne, electric bass guitar ; Michael Fillion, drums

Program:

  • Chutney bacchanal / Chris Garcia, arr. P. McNeilly, trans. J. Cullen (Steel Pan Ensemble)
  • Butter / recorded by BTS, arr. Drew Adametz (Steel Pan Ensemble)
  • Spanish eyes / Bert Kaemfert, arr. J. Cullen (Steel Pan Ensemble)
  • Fifty years of hits! / various artists, arr. J. Cullen (Steel Pan Ensemble)
  • Ashley / Len "Boogsie" Sharpe, arr. Liam Teague (Steel Pan Ensemble)
  • Pan in "A" minor / Lord Kitchener, arr. P. McNeilly, trans. J. Cullen (Steel Pan Ensemble)
  • The Lord is blessing me / as recorded by Bishop Larry Trotter (Gospel Choir)
  • Can't give up now / as recorded by Mary Mary (Gospel Choir ; Jamie Bateman and Sophia Garber, soloists)
  • More than I can bear / as recorded by Kirk Franklin and God's Property (Gospel Choir ; Kimberly Brathwaite, soloist)
  • Deliver Daniel / as recorded by Dexter Walker and Zion Movement (Gospel Choir)
  • Imagine me / as recorded by Kirk Franklin (Gospel Choir ; Lutzen Riedstra, speaker ; Sarah Gangl, Aislinn Brown, soloists)
  • Better / as recorded by Hezekiah Walker and the Love Fellowship Crusade Choir (Gospel Choir ; Kimberly Brathwaite, soloist).

University of Toronto Wind Ensemble : Strong emotions

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

Performers: University of Toronto Wind Ensemble ; Gillian MacKay, Toby Moisey, James Wu, conductors ; MacMillan Singers ; Jamie Hillman, conductor

Program:

  • Noisy wheels of joy / Eric Whitacre (Toby Moisey, conductor)
  • Serenity (O Magnum Mysterium) / Ola Gjeilo, trans. Gjeilo and Wilson (James Wu, conductor)
  • My sister's tears / Ralph Hultgren
  • Nerve and verve / E.K.R. Hammell
  • Scraps from a madman's diary : musical depiction of the mutation of a once-healthy mind / Catherine Likhuta (with MacMillan Singers ; Jamie Hillman, condutor).

Norcop and Koldofsky prize winners' recital

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

Performers: Nicole Percifield, mezzo soprano ; Minira Najafzade, piano

Program:

  • Partenope. Furie son dell'alma mia gelosia / George Frideric Handel
  • Die Sonne scheint nicht mehr / Johannes Brahms
  • Als Luise die Briefe ihres ungetreuen Liebhabers verbante / Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
  • Das verlassene Mägdlein / Hugo Wolf
  • Liebe mir im Busen zündet' einen Brand / Hugo Wolf
  • Salamander / Johannes Brahms
  • La vie antérieure ; L'invitation au voyage / Henri Duparc
  • Four strong winds / Ian Tyson, arr. Peter Tiefenbach
  • Sari Gelin / Traditional, arr. Peter Tiefenbach
  • Sea pictures, op. 37. Sabbath morning at sea ; Where corals lie ; The Swimmer / Edward Elgar.

University of Toronto Brazilian Music Ensemble and West African Drumming and Dancing Ensemble

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

Performers: University of Toronto Brazilian Music Ensemble ; University of Toronto West African Drumming and Dancing Ensemble ; Alan Hetherington and Kwasi Dunyo, directors

Program:

  • Ciata d'Oxum (Brazilian Music Ensemble ; Alan Hetherington, director)
  • Abertura / Alan Hetherington (Brazilian Music Ensemble ; Alan Hetherington, director)
  • Tico tico no fubá / Zequinha Abreu (Brazilian Music Ensemble ; Alan Hetherington, director)
  • Aquarela do Brasil / Ary Barroso (Brazilian Music Ensemble ; Alan Hetherington, director)
  • Sol e chuva / Hsiu-Ping (Patrick) Wu (premiere performance) (Brazilian Music Ensemble ; Alan Hetherington, director)
  • Carinhoso / Braguinha, Pixinguinha (Brazilian Music Ensemble ; Alan Hetherington, director)
  • Na Glória / Ary dos Santos, Raul de Barros (Brazilian Music Ensemble ; Alan Hetherington, director)
  • Kyekyekule (West African Drumming and Dancing Ensemble ; Kwasi Dunyo, director)
  • Gota (West African Drumming and Dancing Ensemble ; Kwasi Dunyo, director)
  • Zigi (West African Drumming and Dancing Ensemble ; Kwasi Dunyo, director)
  • Gahu (West African Drumming and Dancing Ensemble ; Kwasi Dunyo, director)
  • Kpanlogo (West African Drumming and Dancing Ensemble ; Kwasi Dunyo, director).

U of T Jazz Orchestra

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

Performers: Ernesto Cervini, director

Program:

  • Us / Thad Jones
  • Fossil falls / Naoto Kubo
  • Ain't that a kick in the head / Jimmy Van Heusen, Sammy Cahn
  • Sea of tranquility / Maria Schneider
  • Ain't we got fun / Richard A. Whiting, Raymond B. Egan, Gus Kahn
  • Good times suite. Movements 1-3 / Kenny Wheeler
  • First circle / Pat Metheny, Lyle Mays
  • Bunny, bubs, and bodie / Tara Davidson
  • Wyrgly / Maria Schneider.

Student composer concert no. 4

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

Performers: Norbert Palej, director

Program:

  • In F / Fish Yu (Fish Yu, horn and lights)
  • Thank you and good night / James Lowrie (James Lowrie, guitar)
  • Prelude 1 : Copoeira / Daniel Wang Gomes (Alejandro De Leon Meija, piano)
  • Sonata for oboe and piano / Kyle Meng (Zoe Yang, oboe ; Kyle Meng, piano)
  • tOy
  • bOx --mut il at e d / Hirad Moradi (Veronica Zupanic, violin ; Hirad Moradi, cello ; Joseph Park, piano) [not performed]
  • The Myth of Medea / Emma Clark (Audrey Morris, harp)
  • The Lost mistress / Jordan Abramson (Dasha Tereshchenko, mezzo soprano ; Constantin Moeller, flute ; Sarah Darragh, clarinet ; Christopher Fan, horn ; Satchi Kanashiro, violin ; Hayley Chan, cello ; Jordan Abramson, conductor)
  • Butterflies / Duncan Hall (Kannan Bloor, soprano saxophone ; Charlotte Chau, alto saxophone ; Chantelle Tom-Ying, tenor saxophone ; Yungfei Xie, baritone saxophone ; Josh Gibson, narrator)
  • In this eye-black night / Chiara Urban (Aemilia Moser, soprano ; Duncan Hall, conductor ; Tina Jia, flute ; Charlene Chin, harp ; Mobin Naeini, viola ; Maren Helyar, cello ; Thomas Carli, percussion ; Thomas Li, percussion).

University of Toronto Percussion Ensemble presents : Surf and turf

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

Performers: University of Toronto Percussion Ensemble ; Ryan Scott, director ; Randall Chaves Camacho, Hoi Tong Keung, teaching assistants

Program:

  • The God of cookery / Fish Yu (world premiere) (Nikki Huang, Thomas Li, Hoi Toi Keung, Bevis Ng, Ch-En Wong, Yue Yin Zhang)
  • Movements / Pascal le Boeuf (Elyssa Arde, Thomas Carli, Kelsey Choi, Jeffrey Zhu)
  • First construction in metal / John Cage (Amiel Ang, Alex Fraga, Thomas Carli, Kelsey Choi, Matthew Magocsi, Ryan Scott, Jerry Yuan, percussion ; Randall Chaves Camacho, conductor)
  • Spectral chorale / Luke Blackmore (world premiere) (Andrew Busch, Randall Chaves Camacho, Alex Fraga, Cassandra Wolff)
  • Gamelan-bound / beFORe JOHN2 / Aurél Holló (Andrew Busch, Nikki Huang, Thomas Li, Bevis Ng, Cassandra Wolff, Chi-En Wong).

Cendrillon / Jules Massenet

File consists of a program and recording of the University of Toronto Opera Division's production of the opera Cendrillon by Jules Massenet with libretto by Henri Cain, which took place in Elgin Theatre.

Production team: Sandra Horst, conductor ; Maria Lamont, director ; Michelle Tracey, set designer ; Gabriel Cropley, lighting designer ; Andrew Nasturzio and Alessia Urbani, costume designers ; Anna Theodosakis, choreography and movement director ; Susan Monis, stage manager ; Mabel Wonna cott, assistant director ; Meghan Specht, assistant stage manager ; Christine Bae and Spencer Kryzanowski, répétiteurs ; John Sharpe, surtitles.

Cast (March 15, 17): Ana Isabella Castro, Kcenia Koutorjevski, Alex Sorensen, Aemilia Moser, Jordana Goddard, Chihiro Yasufuku, George Theodorakopoulos, Dante Mullin-Santone, Carlo Cormier, Rayleigh Becker, Gabriel Klassen, William Salinas-Crosby, Sarah Luedke, Matthew Black, Josh Gibson, Katie Kirkpatrick, Christian Matta, Cameron Mazzei, Janelle Yausif, Taline Yeremian, Alannah Beauparlant, Alia Ginevra, Jaidyn McFadden, Julia Renda, Elizabeth Rodionova, Brooke Zarubin, Ian Gillis, Mazwell Webb-Comer, Frank Yu, Josh Gibson.

Cendrillon / Jules Massenet

File consists of a program and recording of the University of Toronto Opera Division's production of the opera Cendrillon by Jules Massenet with libretto by Henri Cain, which took place in Elgin Theatre.

Production team: Sandra Horst, conductor ; Maria Lamont, director ; Michelle Tracey, set designer ; Gabriel Cropley, lighting designer ; Andrew Nasturzio and Alessia Urbani, costume designers ; Anna Theodosakis, choreography and movement director ; Susan Monis, stage manager ; Mabel Wonna cott, assistant director ; Meghan Specht, assistant stage manager ; Christine Bae and Spencer Kryzanowski, répétiteurs ; John Sharpe, surtitles.

Cast (March 14, 16): Ellita Gagner, Kcenia Koutorjevski, Lissy Meyerowitz, Teresa Tucci, Jordana Goddard, Chihiro Yasufuku, Ben Wallace, Dante Mullin-Santone, Lyndon Ladeur, Rayleigh Becker, Gabriel Klassen, William Salinas-Crosby, Sarah Luedke, Matthew Black, Josh Gibson, Katie Kirkpatrick, Christian Matta, Cameron Mazzei, Janelle Yausif, Taline Yeremian, Alannah Beauparlant, Alia Ginevra, Jaidyn McFadden, Julia Renda, Elizabeth Rodionova, Brooke Zarubin, Ian Gillis, Mazwell Webb-Comer, Frank Yu, Josh Gibson.

Cendrillon / Jules Massenet

File consists of a program and recording of the University of Toronto Opera Division's production of the opera Cendrillon by Jules Massenet with libretto by Henri Cain, which took place in Elgin Theatre.

Production team: Sandra Horst, conductor ; Maria Lamont, director ; Michelle Tracey, set designer ; Gabriel Cropley, lighting designer ; Andrew Nasturzio and Alessia Urbani, costume designers ; Anna Theodosakis, choreography and movement director ; Susan Monis, stage manager ; Mabel Wonna cott, assistant director ; Meghan Specht, assistant stage manager ; Christine Bae and Spencer Kryzanowski, répétiteurs ; John Sharpe, surtitles.

Cast (March 15, 17): Ana Isabella Castro, Kcenia Koutorjevski, Alex Sorensen, Aemilia Moser, Jordana Goddard, Chihiro Yasufuku, George Theodorakopoulos, Dante Mullin-Santone, Carlo Cormier, Rayleigh Becker, Gabriel Klassen, William Salinas-Crosby, Sarah Luedke, Matthew Black, Josh Gibson, Katie Kirkpatrick, Christian Matta, Cameron Mazzei, Janelle Yausif, Taline Yeremian, Alannah Beauparlant, Alia Ginevra, Jaidyn McFadden, Julia Renda, Elizabeth Rodionova, Brooke Zarubin, Ian Gillis, Mazwell Webb-Comer, Frank Yu, Josh Gibson.

Cendrillon / Jules Massenet

File consists of a program and recording of the University of Toronto Opera Division's production of the opera Cendrillon by Jules Massenet with libretto by Henri Cain, which took place in Elgin Theatre.

Production team: Sandra Horst, conductor ; Maria Lamont, director ; Michelle Tracey, set designer ; Gabriel Cropley, lighting designer ; Andrew Nasturzio and Alessia Urbani, costume designers ; Anna Theodosakis, choreography and movement director ; Susan Monis, stage manager ; Mabel Wonna cott, assistant director ; Meghan Specht, assistant stage manager ; Christine Bae and Spencer Kryzanowski, répétiteurs ; John Sharpe, surtitles.

Cast (March 14, 16): Ellita Gagner, Kcenia Koutorjevski, Lissy Meyerowitz, Teresa Tucci, Jordana Goddard, Chihiro Yasufuku, Ben Wallace, Dante Mullin-Santone, Lyndon Ladeur, Rayleigh Becker, Gabriel Klassen, William Salinas-Crosby, Sarah Luedke, Matthew Black, Josh Gibson, Katie Kirkpatrick, Christian Matta, Cameron Mazzei, Janelle Yausif, Taline Yeremian, Alannah Beauparlant, Alia Ginevra, Jaidyn McFadden, Julia Renda, Elizabeth Rodionova, Brooke Zarubin, Ian Gillis, Mazwell Webb-Comer, Frank Yu, Josh Gibson.

Vocal Jazz Ensemble

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

Performers: Vocal Jazz Ensemble ; Christine Duncan, director

Program:

  • Doujie / Wes Montgomery
  • It's all part of the plan / The Punch Brothers, arr. Jim Eads
  • I want to be happy / Irving Caesar, Vincent Youmans, arr. Kerry Marsh
  • Waltz no. 1 / Elliott Smith, arr. Jackson Welchner
  • Moon grace / Raquel Marina
  • And your dream comes true / Brian Wilson, arr. Andrew Lowe
  • Woods / Justin Vernon, arr. Kerry Marsh
  • Witch hunt / Wayne Shorter
  • Far away / Alyssa Giammaria, arr. Raquel Marina
  • Pollyanna / Keiichi Suzuki, arr. Andrew Lowe (inspired by the 8-Bit Big Band).

UTSO Graduate conductors concert

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

Performers: University of Toronto Symphony Orchestra ; Emma Colette Moss, Matheus Coelho, Michael Denomme, conductors

Program:

  • L'Italiana in Algeri overature / Gioachino Rossini
  • Ma mère l'oye / Maurice Ravel
  • Symphony no. 4 "Italian" / Felix Mendelssohn.

Vocalis I : Da Camera

File consists of a program and recording of an event that took place in Trinity-St. Paul’s Church and Centre for Faith, Justice and the Arts.

Program:

  • Vier letzte Lieder, no. 1. Frühling / Richard Strauss, arr. John Greer (Maeve Palmer, soprano ; Joel Goodfellow, piano ; Jeanny Jung, Veronica Zupanic, violin ; Colman Yang, viola ; Andrew Park, cello)
  • Songs of travel, no. 1. The Vagabond / Ralph Vaughan Williams, arr. John Greer (Dante Mullin-Santone, baritone ; Kyeongok Kim, piano ; Jeanny Jung, Veronica Zupanic, violin ; Colman Yang, viola ; Andrew Park, cello)
  • Violons dans le soir / Camille Saint-Saëns (Jordan Baldwin, countertenor ; Veronica Zupanic, violin ; Leah Lee, piano)
  • Four songs, op. 35. I syng of a mayden ; My Leman is so true / Gustav Holst (Zyion Stephens, soprano ; Veronica Zupanic, violin)
  • Vier letzte Lieder, no. 2. September / Richard Strauss, arr. John Greer (Anaïs Kelsey-Verdecchia, soprano ; Minira Najafzade, piano ; Jeanny Jung, Veronica Zupanic, violin ; Colman Yang, viola ; Andrew Park, cello)
  • Che si può fare, op. 8 / Barbara Strozzi (Lauren Estey, soprano ; Andrew Park, cello ; Sabina Rzazade, piano)
  • Love sweet. A fixed idea / Jennifer Higdon, Amy Lowell (Chloé Dionne, soprano ; Jeanny Jung, violin ; Andrew Park, cello ; Trevor Flemings, piano)
  • Vier letzte Lieder, no. 3. Beim Schlafengehen / Richard Strauss, arr. John Greer (Stéphanie McKay-Turgeon, soprano ; Jessica Lui, piano ; Jeanny Jung, Veronica Zupanic, violin ; Colman Yang, viola ; Andrew Park, cello)
  • On Wenlock edge, no. 1. XXXI "On Wenlock edge" / Ralph Vaughan Williams (Jacob Thomas, tenor ; Chun Yi Tsang, piano ; Jacob Jung, Veronica Zupanic, violin ; Colman Yang, viola ; Andrew Park, cello)
  • Three songs. Far, far from each other ; Music when soft voices die / Frank Bridge (Nicole Percifield, mezzo-soprano ; Colman Yang, viola ; Sabina Rzazade, piano)
  • Vier letzte Lieder, no. 4. Im Ambendrot / Richard Strauss, arr. John Greer (Skylar Cameron, soprano ; Sabina Rzazade, piano ; Jeanny Jung, Veronica Zupanic, violin ; Colman Yang, viola ; Andrew Park, cello).

Side-by-side concert : Winter Bach II

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

Performers: Mark Fewer, violin ; Sarah Jeffrey, oboe ; Monica Whicher, soprano

Program:

  • Concerto for oboe and violin / Johann Sebastian Bach
  • Cello suite no. 3 in C major, BWV 1009. Courante / Johann Sebastian Bach
  • Mein Herze schwimmt im Blut, BWV 199 / Johann Sebastian Bach
  • Orchestra suite no. 3 in D major, BWV 1068 / Johann Sebastian Bach.

UTSO concerto competition finals

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

Program:

  • Premiere rhapsody / Claude Debussy (Niki Tang, clarinet ; Sae Hae Bae, piano)
  • Violin concerto no. 2, Sz. 112 / Béla Bartók (Daria Schibitcaia, violin ; Benjamin Smith, piano)
  • Rhapsody for alto saxophone and orchestra / André Waignein (Yunfei Xie, saxophone ; Ivan Jovanovic, piano)
  • Piano concerto in A minor, op. 16 / Edvard Grieg (Angela Ng, piano ; Xuan He, piano).

Celebrating our humanity : the road home

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

Performers: Narmina Efendiyeva, piano

Program:

  • Sandughash / Kazakh folk songs, arr. Onlegen B. Daldenbaev (Sofia Radenko, mezzo-soprano)
  • Óró mo Bháidín / Irish traditional, arr. Shirley Starke (Katie Kirkpatrick, soprano)
  • Song of the autumn wind / Siyue Zhao (Tracy Wong, soprano)
  • Canciones clásicas españolas, vol. 1. Del cabello más sutil ; Con amores, la mi madre / Fernando Obradors (Trinity Turino, mezzo-soprano)
  • In the mountain / Chen Tianhe (Jeanne Tsui, mezzo-soprano)
  • Triste / Eduardo Fabini (Belén Fazio, soprano)
  • La Steaua / Tudor Ciortea (Emma Puscalau, soprano)
  • Doa / Binsar Sitompul (Jaidyn McFadden, soprano)
  • 6 Romances, op. 38, no. 3. Daisies / Sergei Rachmaninoff (Chiara Urban, soprano)
  • Doubt / Mikhail Glinka (Elizabeth Gilerovitch, soprano)
  • Crying ospreys / Jiping Zhao, arr. Cong Li (Enquan (Frank) Yu, tenor)
  • Granada / Agustin Lara (William Salinas-Crosby, tenor)
  • Lugar secreto / Gabriela Rocha, Christine D'Clario (Maren Richardson, soprano)
  • Balada ton esthiseon ke paresthiseon / Manos Hatzidakis (Dimitra Kahrimanidis, mezzo-soprano ; Stelios Hois, piano ; Jordan Iordanous, bouzouki)
  • A night to remember / Laufey, Beabadoobee (Dorothea Unwin, mezzo-soprano ; Chrstine Suh, mezzo-soprano ; Thomas Carli, percussion ; Cédric Thériault, guitar ; Jude Littlefield Buschlen, bass).

Laureates : small jazz ensembles

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

Performers: Judy Zhu, voice ; Matt Aasen, guitar ; Duncan Wilson, piano ; Matthieu Savard, bass ; Michaël Filion, drums

Program:

  • Alice in Wonderland / Sammy Fain
  • On the sunny side of the street / Jimmy McHugh
  • Beautiful love / Wayne King, Victor Young, Egbert Van Alstyne
  • I should care / Axel Stordahl, Paul Weston
  • Bye bye blackbird / Ray Henderson
  • Someday my prince will come / Frank Churchill, Larry Morey.

Vocalini

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

Performers: Suzy Smith, piano

Program:

  • Cosi fan tutte. Ah, Scostati!...Smanie implacabili / W.A. Mozart (Daria Tereshchenko, mezzo-soprano)
  • Mattinata / Ruggero Leoncavallo (Enquan (Frank) Yu, tenor)
  • Dichterliebe, op. 48, no. 1. Im wunderschönen Monat Mai / Robert Schumann (Christian Matta, tenor)
  • Sieben frühe Lieder, no 3. Die Nachtigall / Alban Berg (Jaidyn McFadden, soprano)
  • Ariettes oubliées, L. 63a, no. 2. Il pleure dans mon coeur / Claude Debussy (Alina Tigelman, soprano)
  • Puisqu'ici-bas toute âme, op. 10, no. 1 / Gabriel Fauré (Nikan Ingabire Kanate, soprano ; Daria Tereshchenko, mezzo-soprano)
  • Don Quichotte à Dulcinée, M. 84, no. 3, Chanson à boire / Maurice Ravel (Gabriel Klassen, baritone)
  • La Bohème. Quando m'en vo / Giacomo Puccini (Nora Ross, soprano)
  • La Travagliata, op. 2, no. 11. Soccorrete, luci avare / Barbara Strozzi (Paulina Zmak, soprano)
  • Giulio Cesare. Svegliatevi nel core / Georg Friedrich Handel (Taline Yeremian, mezzo-soprano)
  • The Consul. Lullaby / Gian Carlo Menotti (Elizabeth Rodionova, contralto)
  • A Song for the Lord Mayor's table, no. 1. The Lord Mayor's table / William Walton (Katie Kirkpatrick, soprano)
  • Hark the lark at heaven's gate sings / Robert Ursan (Maren Richardson soprano)
  • A Song at parting / Roger Quilter (Rayleigh Becker, baritone)
  • La fille du régiment. Chacun le sait / Gaetano Donizetti (Nikan Ingabire Kanate, soprano).

Black women of song

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

Performers: Mélisande Sinsoulier, piano

Program:

  • Sunset / Florence B. Price (Megan O'Donnell, soprano) [not performed]
  • Night / Florence B. Price (Belén Fazio, soprano)
  • Forever / Florence B. Price (Emma Lavigne, mezzo-soprano)
  • Love let the wind cry…how I adore thee / Undine Smith Moore (Daria Tereshchenko, mezzo-soprano)
  • Travel's end / Florence B. Price (Mona Subramani, soprano)
  • Hold fast to dreams / Florence B. Price (Julia Renda, mezzo-soprano)
  • Songs to the dark virgin / Florence B. Price (Trinity Turino, mezzo-soprano)
  • Songs of the seasons. Poème d'Automne ; Winter moon / Margaret Bonds (Nikan Ingabire Kanate, soprano)
  • London's burning ; About here / Errollyn Wallen (Claire Latosinsky, soprano)
  • Four songs. Even in the moment ; What lips my lips have kissed / Margaret Bonds (William Salinas-Crosby, tenor)
  • My feet may take a little while / Errollyn Wallen (Ineza Mugisha, soprano).
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