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March, 2006 - Nr. 3


The Editor
Guten Morgen lieber Frühling
Ball Austria 2006
Two by Puccini
KW & Beyond
Scholtes Donates Organ
Zonta's Extravaganza
Dick reports...
Sybille reports
Ham Se det jehört?
Mendelssohn Choir Presents
COC's Norma
Berg's Wozzeck
Kafka and Son
COC Inaugurates Opera House
TSO March Events
Celebrate Mozart Tour
German Events
Kerry Straton Conducts
Cologne Literature Festival
Students Get Active
Mozart in Augsburg
Successful Gardening Show
German World Alliance
Killam Research Fellowships
Munch In Hamburg
International Student Study
Operation Clean Sweep
World Cup Info Shop
Europe's Fastest Computer
Merkel: Equality

German Events


Toronto Premiere:
Bach's St. Mark Passion,
March 11, 2006

The music of Bach's third great passion was lost, but the text survived. The version of this composition that will be presented on Saturday, March 11, at Toronto's Christ Church Deer Park by the Toronto Chamber Choir is a reconstruction. Scholars have discovered that many of the St. Mark choruses and solos were sung to music from one of Bach's own funeral cantatas. They have used these pieces of music to revive the passion. The first performance of this great work in Toronto starts at 8 p.m., Christ Church Deer Park, 1570 Yonge Street.

More information at


German Drama Club Toronto:
Reigen by Arthur Schnitzler,
March 17 and 18 

Reigen is a circular dance of sexual inter-relationships and social inter-relation set in fin-de-siecle Vienna.

This is the inaugural presentation of the German Drama Club, sponsored by the Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures of the University of Toronto.

Location: Alumni Hall 400, Saint Michael's College, University of Toronto downtown campus,  at 7:30pm

Tickets are $5.00. To reserve:


Soccer Mondays film series Goethe Institut Toronto,

March 20 - June 26

On the occasion of the World Soccer Cup 2006 in Germany, the Goethe Institut will screen a variety of international "soccer" movies, ranging from fictional and documentary features to short and silent films. 

Soccer Mondays screenings will be held at the Goethe Institut Kinowelt Hall every Monday starting March 20 until June 26; Tel: 416-593-5257.

More on the World Cup in Germany:

World Cup 2006 Germany


More on the Goethe Institut cultural programs:

Goethe Institut Cultural Programs


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