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ETCeteras listings are based on information sent to WholeNote in advance by event presenters. Due to current COVID-19 restrictions, some events may subsequently be cancelled or postponed in different areas. Please visit presenters' websites or contact them directly for updated information. The deadline for the next weekly update is Tue Jan 12 at 6pm. Thank you for your understanding and stay safe!


ONGOING! Jan 01: Brott Music Festival. Vivaldi’s Four Seasons. Filmed this summer on-location at Sue-Ann Staff Winery in Jordan, Niagara, this interactive concert features the National Academy Orchestra, acclaimed soloist Mark Djokic, and Maestro Boris Brott. $15. Available until Jan 31. Details at Brott Music Festival. ONLINE

NEW!! Jan 12: Canadian Opera Company. Solo Spotlights with the COC Orchestra. In a series of excerpts from Britten’s 20th-century masterpiece, Peter Grimes, COC Orchestra flautist Shelley Brown demonstrates the atmospheric textures the piccolo brings to the score. Free. Available here. ONLINE

NEW!! Jan 14 6:15: Magisterra Soloists. Holocaust - Forbidden Music. Schulhoff: Saxophone Sonata; Zemlinsky: Maiblumen blühten überall; Hindemith: Trio for saxophone, viola and piano; Smit: Songs. Bobbi Thompson, saxophone; Hillary Tufford, mezzo; Brian Cho, piano. Museum London Theatre, 421 Ridout St. N., London. Call 519-615-0163 or visit Magisterra Soloists. $30; $25(sr); $15(student with id); $10(child under 10); $85(young adult pass-30 years and under); $15(streamed tickets-adult). All tickets must be purchased in advance. Introduction by Dr. Joseph Gilbert followed by pre-concert viewing of Auschwitz testimony by Henry Meyer (LaSalle Quartet) in Community Space. ONLINE

NEW!! Jan 14 7:30: Music Toronto. Chamber Music Concert. Dohnányi: Piano Quintet in c; Piazzola (arr. Golijov): Escualo; Arum dem Fayer (a new arrangement of a traditional Yiddish lament). St. Lawrence Quartet; Stephen Prutsman, piano. For information, visit Music Toronto. Free. Available until Jan 16, 2021 at 6pm. ONLINE

NEW!! Jan 14 8:00: Small World Music. "Old New Year" with Marczyk Family and Friends. For info visit Small World Music. ONLINE

NEW!! Jan 15 7:00: The Music Gallery. Emergents II. Curated by Sara Constant. Yaz Lancaster + Kris Kuldkepp + Émilie Girard-Charest. For info visit Music Gallery. Free. The event will be streamed via Facebook and Twitch. ONLINE

NEW!! Jan 15 7:30: Royal Conservatory of Music. 21C Music Festival Series: The Glenn Gould School New Music Ensemble: FLIPBOOK: Music & Images. Matalon: Las siete vidas de un gato for 8 players, video, and electronics; Lizée: 8-Bit Urbex, for 15 players, soundtrack, and film; Jodlowski: Respire, for 11 players, video, and electronics; Suzuki: Umidi Soni Colores, for videos and electronics (8-channels). Call 416-408-0208 or visit Performance. $21. Some images not suitable for children. ONLINE

NEW!! Jan 15 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony. Symmetry: Bach & Math. Bach: Cantata No. 82 Ich habe genug; Selections from The Art of the Fugue; Suite No. 3 in D. Prof. François Bergeron, interpretations & explanations. Choose what you pay from $15. For tickets, visit the KW Symphony. Available until Jan 17 at 11:59pm. ONLINE


Arts@Home. A vibrant hub connecting Torontonians to arts and culture. Designed to strengthen personal and societal resilience through the arts. Visit Arts@Home to learn more about this exciting collaborative initiative. ONLINE

Esprit Orchestra. Online Concert: World Premiere of Chris Paul Harman’s Suite for Two Cellos. Commissioned and performed by VC3 Cello Duo. Visit Esprit Orchestra to watch. ONLINE 

Kevin Barrett. Live from Lockdown. Kevin Barrett does a live-streamed set of solo guitar tunes, coming directly from lockdown in his studio in Kensington Market, Toronto. Tune in to Kevin's Facebook page on Friday here. If you can't join live, the video will be available afterwards on Kevin's page with each week's episode archived on his YouTube channel here. YOUTUBE & FACEBOOK

Ottawa Chamberfest. Chamber Chats: At Home / Chez vous. Tuesdays and Thursdays at 2pm. Hosted by celebrated broadcaster/writer Eric Friesen. Interactive episodes combine chat with pre-recorded and live performances and feature guest artists and lecturers from all over the world. For information: 613-234-8008. Visit Ottawa Chamberfest. ONLINE

Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts. a•P•art {of} performance series, every Thursday at 7:30pm here. ONLINE

The Toronto Consort. Early Music TV. Begins November 29, 2020. A subscription-based video streaming service dedicated to music of the Middle Ages, Renaissance, and Baroque. Founded and curated by The Toronto Consort. A Medieval Christmas debuts on December 14, 2020 and includes serene works like laude, English carols, and Notre Dame polyphony by Pérotin and anonymous medieval masters. This on-demand service is available here


Toronto Consort. Explorer: Discovering the World of Early Music. Explorer is a blog for the curious; a place of learning, sharing, and community. This all-new offering will present an assortment of curated content in a range of formats, like original short- or long-form articles, original video and audio recordings, and educational content on relevant topics relating to Early Music, history, and world music, as they relate our beloved repertoire. Visit here for further information. ONLINE


Recollectiv: A unique musical online meeting group made up of people affected by memory challenges caused by illness (such as dementia) or brain injury (stroke, PTSD, etc.) and their care partners. Volunteers of all ages also form part of the band, providing a positive intergenerational experience for all. Participation is free with pre-registration. E-mail Recollectiv here for meeting times, information and registration. ONLINE


Hamilton Children’s Choir. Traditions in a New World. Watch here on YouTube and here on Facebook. ONLINE

Kingston Symphony. Finale of Beethoven’s Third Symphony (Eroica). Forty members of the orchestra perform the finale of the Eroica, Beethoven’s Symphony No. 3 while in isolation in their homes. To view the virtual performance, please click here. For more information on the Kingston Symphony, please visit here. ONLINE

New Music Concerts. Fall Broadcasts. If you didn't get a chance to catch our fall broadcasts, you can follow these links to watch all four of our stunning online presentations including Anima, Cello Masterworks, Love Songs, and 50th Anniversary Commissioning Series. ONLINE

TD Toronto Jazz Festival. Online Premiere. Measha Brueggergosman, soprano; Lennie Gallant, guitar. The internationally acclaimed opera singer and concert artist co-wrote "Champions" with Lennie Gallant. The concert is available here. ONLINE

Thirteen Strings! Virtual Concert. Purcell: Excerpts from The Fairy Queen. Handel: Concerto grosso, Op. 6, No. 5 in D. Vaughan Williams: The Lark Ascending (Marc Djokic, violin). Elgar: Serenade for Strings. Find the link here. Free. ONLINE

Thirteen Strings. Christmas Concert. Arcangelo Corelli: Christmas Concerto, Op. 6 No. 8. John Rutter: Suite for Strings. Gerald Finzi:  Dies Natalis, Cantata for soprano and strings, Op. 8. Mireille Asselin, soprano. To watch the concert, visit here. ONLINE

Toronto Operetta Theatre. An archival video of Toronto Operetta Theatre's production of H.M.S. Pinafore performed March 4-8, 2020, at Jane Mallett Theatre, St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts. Enjoy the video here. ONLINE

Toronto Symphony Orchestra & Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation. The TSO was thrilled to harness the healing power of music to help The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation celebrate the virtual opening of its new, world-class Cancer Centre. Watch TSO musicians perform six musical pieces by Bach, Mozart, Elgar and Sibelius (two quartets, two duets, two solos) in the new spaces. To view the video, visit here. ONLINE

VOICEBOX: Opera in Concert. Archival Video Project: Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny by Kurt Weill and Bertolt Brecht. Enjoy some archival scenes from our 2019 production here. ONLINE

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