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Volume 11 Issue 2 - October 2005

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LISTINGS Jazz Clubs

LISTINGS Jazz Clubs continued Mezzetta 681 St. Clair Ave. W. 416-658-5687 " Wednesday Concerts in a Cafe " Sets at 9:00 and 10: 15 pm. Reservations recommended for first set. Oct 5 David Young & Rob Piltch. Oct 12 Bernie Senensky and Bill McBirnie. Oct 19 Zari - Vocal music from Republic of Georgia ( D cover). Oct 26 Kye Marshall and Dan Ionescu. Mezzrows 1546 Queen St. W. 416-535-4906 Parkdale neighborhood pub featuring jazz and blues on Saturday afternoons. Sunday evenings and a live jam every other Wednesday. Montreal Bistro 65 Sherbourne 416-363-0179 www.montrealbistro.com Oct 3 Cheryl Fisher and her Band. Oct 4 Dia Tukiewicz Duartet. Oct 5 The Canadian Jazz Duartet. Oct 6·8 Adi Braun Duintet. Oct 11 Mike Murley Trio. Oct 12 Mike Murley Trio. Oct 13-15 Richard Whiteman Trio. Oct 17 David Dcchipinti and Mike Murley. Oct 18·22 Bonnie Brett w/ the Mark Eisenman Trio. Oct 24 Karen Plato Duartet. Oct 25-26 Guido Basso with the Brian Barlow Duartet. Oct 27 Chase Sanborn with the Brian Barlow Duartet. Oct 29 Brian D'Kane with the Brian Barlow Duartet. Oct 31 Patrick LaCroix and Friends. N' Awl ins Jazz Bar and Dining 299 King St. W. 416-595-1958 Cajun style cooking and New Orleans style jazz Pilot Tavern 22 Cumberland 416-923-5716 One of Toronto's oldest watering holes. established in 1944 with a tradition of live jazz every Saturday afternoon. The Red Guitar 603 Markham St. 416-913-4586 www.theredguitar.com Oct 1 David Dcchipinti Duartet. Oct 2 John Sheard, Bob Wiseman. Oct 4 Anything But Jazz Tuesdays: Sarah Noni Metzner & Marc Charron. Oct 5 William Sperandei and David Braid. Special Series: Jazz Vocalists: Oct 6 Leah State w/ Runcible Spoon. Oct 7 Corry Sobol Duartet. Oct 8 Jeannette Lambert Trio. Oct 9 Elizabeth Shepherd, Richard Whiteman. Oct 11 Anything But Jazz Tuesday: Micah Barnes. Oct 12 Kevin Barrett & Drew Birston. Oct 13 Norm Villeneuve Trio. Oct 14 Ron Davis Trio. Oct 15 Tim Posgate's Jazzstory. Oct 16 Paul Neufield, Nancy Walker. Oct 18 Anything But Jazz Tuesday: Jason Fowler w/ Blake Papsin. Oct 19 See Through Trio. Oct 20 Lorne Lofsky and Kirk MacDonald. Oct 21 The Heilig Manoeuvre. Oct 22 Melissa Stylianou Trio. Oct 23 John Roby, Bill King. Oct 25 Anything But Jazz Tuesday: Cedar and Spruce. Oct 26 Nante Renner and Lauren Falls. Oct 27 Fred Du/igal Trio. Oct 28 Shannon Gunn & Brian Dickinson. 50 Back to Ad Index Oct 29 Bob Brough Duartet. Oct 30 Tania Gill Bill Westcott. Reservoir Lounge 52 Wellington 416-955-0887 www.reservoirlounge.com Every Mon (starting Oct 17) Sophia Perlman and the Vipers. Every Tues Tyler Yarema and his Rhythm. Every Wed Bradley and the Bouncers. Every Thu Janice Hagen. Every Fri Chet Valiant Combo. Every Sat Tory Cassis. Rex Jazz and Blues Bar 194 Queen St. W. 416-598-2475 www.therex.ca Oct 1 Ed Vokurka Swing Ensemble, Pat Carey's Jazz Navigators, Fender Rhodes Trios, Tara Davidson Duartet. Oct 2 UofT Jazz Jam, the Sum of Five, Swing Rosie, Stacy Rowles & Lorraine Desmarais w/ Rosemary Galloway Duartet. Oct 3 Methuzelah, The Five Spot. Oct 4 Peter Smith Trio, Classic Rex Jazz Jam. Oct 5 Fern lindzon Duartet, Aiseiri Duintet. Oct 6 Kevin Duain, Michelle Gregoire Duintet. Oct 7 Melissa Stylianou Trio, Michelle Gregoire Duintet. Oct 8 Ed Vokurka Swing Ensemble, Fender Rhodes Trios, Botos Brothers. Oct 9 UofT Jazz Jam, Club Django, Swing Rosie, Big Lots. Oct 10 Methuzelah, UofT Student Jazz Ensembles. Oct 11 Peter Smith Trio, Classic Rex Jazz Jam. Oct 12 Ted Duin/an Trio, Joel Miller Group. 0 ct 13 Kevin Dua in, Analyze This. Oct 14 Melissa Stylianou Trio, NM V's Jazz Message. Oct 15 Ed Vokurka Swing Ensemble, Laura Hubert Band, Fender Rhodes Trios, Carol McCartney w/ Bob Brough and Stan Fomin. Oct 16 UofT Jazz Jam, Red Peppers, Swing Rosie, John Capon Duartet. Oct 17 Methuzelah, UofT. Student Jazz Ensembles. Oct 18 Peter Smith Trio, Classic Rex Jazz Jam. Oct 19 Fern lindzon Duartet, David Hutchinson. Oct 20 Kevin Duain, Mike Webster Nontet. Oct 21 Melissa Stylianou Trio, Mike Webster Nontet. Oct 22 Ed Vokurka Swing Ensemble, T.J.O Big Band, Fender Rhodes Trios, Neil Swainson Duartet. Oct 23 UofT Jazz Jam, Les Singes Bleus, Swing Rosie, Jay Boehmer. Oct 24 Methuzelah, UofT Student Jazz. Oct 25 Peter Smith Trio, Classic Rex Jazz Jam. Oct 26 Fern lindzon Duartet, Peter Turner: Waves. Oct 27 Kevin Duain, Min Rager. Oct 28 Melissa Stylianou Trio, Min Rager. Sept 29 Annual Herbie Fund Benefit, Fender Rhodes Trios, Jordan Baskin w/ Chris Gale. Oct 30 UofT Jazz Jam, Freeway Dixieland, Swing Rosie, Crusader Rabbit. Safari Bar & Grill 1749 Avenue Rd 416-787-6584 Every Tues· Encore Jazz 8 11 Sassafraz 100 Cumberland 416-964-2222 Thu-Sun Washington Savage Sat, Sun (brunch) Roy Patterson Trio Spezzo Ristorante 140 York Blvd Richmond Hill 905-886-9703 Live Jazz every Thursday. The Trane Club 964 Bathurst St. 416-913-8197 Zazou 315 King St. W. Live Jazz every Friday and Saturday WWW. THEWHOLENOTE.COM Announcements, Lectures, Symposia, Master Classes, Workshops, Etcetera ANNOUNCEMENTS *To October 1 4pm-8pm: New Adventures in Sound Art. SOUNDp/ay: Sieves. HD Videomusic installation by Jean Piche. Theatre Centre Studio, 1087 Queen St. West. 416- 910-7231. Free. *October 1 & 2 1 Oam-4pm: Doors Open Collingwood. Gayety Theatre. A vaudeville stage from 1912 to 1928. then Ontario's first talking movie theatre north of Toronto. Tour its inner workings, incl. entertainment by local musical, dance & drama groups. 161 Hurontario St., Collingwood. 866-351-4597, www.doorsopenontario.on.ca *October 1 & 2 1 Oam-4:30pm: Sharon Temple Museum Society. Sharon Temple Fall Harvest Festival Music, historic demonstrations. children's activities & crafts. Oct 2: Performance by Ingram Handbell Choir. 18974 Leslie St., Sharon. 905-478-2389. Free. *To October 2, noon-5pm: Canadian Opera Company. Multi- Talented: Mu/ti-Media IV. Exhibition showcasing the artistic talents of CDC employees, in oil, acrylic & watercolour paintings, photography, sculpture, jewellery design and stained glass. Joey and Toby Tanenbaum Opera Centre, 227 Front St. East. 416-363-6671. Free. *October 2 3:30, October 3-6: 2:00: International Bach Festival. The Word and the Music. Open rehearsal & master class exploring the meaning of the Cantata texts. with Martin Petzoldt. Helmuth Rilling, The International Bach Festival Soloists, Choir & Orchestra. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park. 416-978· 3744. ,. *October 2 6:30, October 3-6: 5:00: International Bach Festival. Cantata Cafe. A late-afternoon intermezzo where you can refresh. relax. renew & talk Bach with the art· ists & Festival friends. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park. 416-978-3744. *To October 7 noon-5pm: New Adventures in Sound Art. SOUNDplay: Duieting. Sound installation by Christo! Migone. Prefix Gallery Audio Room, 401 Richmond St. W. #124. 416-910-7231. Free. *October 7-9, 11-13 7pm & 9pm: New Adventures in Sound Art. SDUNDplay: Screenings of Videomusique Works. Works by Quebec artists. Camera Bar. 1028 Queen St. West.416-910-7231. , (st). *October 8 7:30: City of Hamilton/American Liszt Society/McMaster U School of the Arts. Great Romantics Festival" Festival Banquet by Candlelight. Webster Room, Hamilton Convention Centre. 905-525-9140 x23674. . *October 12-15 noon-5pm: New Adventures in Sound Art. SOUNDplay: Speaker, stain, silence. Sound installation by Richard Crow. Performances by the artist from 1 to 2pm. October 12 7:00: Opening reception including performances by the artist. Prefix Gallery Audio Room. 401 Richmond St. W. #124.416-910-7231. Free. *October 14 8:00: New Adventures in Sound Art. SDUNDplay: tENTA TIVEL Y, a cONVENIENCE and FAMEFAME. The evening includes audio/visual installation Silence by lben Bentzen; video sculpture Kaleidoscope by Lyla Rye; FameFame's Micro Omnibus (premiere); Story of a Fructiferous Society an e­ book/video from tENTATIVEL Y. a cONVEN­ IENCE. Latvian House. 491 College St. 416· 910- 7231. , $ lO(st/Pleasure Dome members). *October 14-15 6pm-midnight; October 16 12:00 noon. New Adventures in Sound Art. SOUNDplay: Silence. Audio/visual instal· lation by lben Bentzen. Cloak Room, Latvian House. 491 College St. West. 416-910-7231. Free. *October 15 6:00: CDC. Opera Ball 2005- Twilight of the Gods. Gala fund raiser with cocktail reception & 5-course dinner; live & silent auctions. Performances by the Starz Band & Measha Brueggergosman, soprano; Ken Shaw. MC. Fairmont Royal York Hotel. 100 Front St. West. 416-306-2398. 0, $ 5000-$ 25,000(table). *October 15 6:30: Canadian Sinfonietta. Fundraising Gala (Oinner Dance). Includes dinner, silent auction, concert featuring soloists from this season & members of the Canadian Sinfonietta performing traditional string quar· tel & more popular music, demonstration of The Southern Ontario Chapter of the Hymn Society is hosting an evening of ASIAN HYMNODY with presenters from the Korean, Chinese, Japanese and Philippine communities. Monday evening, October 24, 2005 Metropolitan United Church (Queen Street, east of Yonge, at Church Street) Refreshments at 7pm and Presentation at 7:30pm Everyone Welcome For information call Melvin J. Hurst, President at 416 -767-6122 O CTO BER 1 - N O VE M BER 7 2005

traditional ballroom dancing. Golden Regency Restaurant, 4300 Steeles Ave. East. 905- 707-1200. . *October 15 8:00: New Adventures in Sound Art. SOUNDplay: Featuring La Ce/lute d'lntervention METAMKINE. Includes audio/ visual installation Silence by lben Bentzen; video sculpture Kaleidoscope by Lyla Rye; screenings of works by Katarina Liilstriim; performances by La Cellule d'lntervention METAMKINE. Latvian House, 491 College St. 416-910- 7231. , (st/Pleasure Dome members). *October 24 7:00: Hymn Society, South· em Ontario Chapter. Evening of Asian Hymnody. Presenters from the Korean, Chinese, Japanese & Philippino communities. Metropolitan United Church, 56 Queen St. East. 416- 767-6122. *November 3 7:30: Canadian Music Centre/Mcintosh Gallery. Collaborative musicmaking project. Audience is invited to play an active role in the creation of Jack Behrens' Identity Sounding. Visitors may add one, two or three layers of live music over top of two pre-recorded compositions by Behrens, with sounds derived from sculptures by David Partridge. The public is encouraged to bring their own string, wind & percussion instruments to participate. Mcintosh Gallery, U of Western Ontario, London. Please call CMC for informa· tion: 416-961-6601 x207. LECTURES/SYMPOSIA *October 2 2:00: International Bach Festi· val. Bach Talk: The Jewish Musical Landscape of Bach's Christian World. Lecture by ethnomusicologist Phillip Bohlman. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park. 416-978-3744. Free. *October 3 12:00 noon: International Bach Festival. Bach Talk: Death Everyday: The Anna Magdalena Bach Book of 1725 and the Art of Dying. Lecture by organist, harpsichordist & clavichordist David Yearsley. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park. 416-978-3744. Free. *October 4 12:00 noon: International Bach Festival. Bach Talk: God's Time is the Very Best Time: The Social and Cultural Context of Lutheran Funeral Music. Lecture by Gregory Johnston. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park. 416-978-3744. Free. *October 5 12:00 noon: International Bach Festival. Bach Talk: Panel Discussion · The Experts Debate. Discussion on the Poetry and Politics of Bach's Early Cantatas. Participants include Helmuth Rilling, Martin Petzoldt, Michael Marissen, Gregory Johnston & Naomi Faran. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park. 416- 978-3744. Free. piano instruction vocal & instrumental coaching and accompaniment *October 6 10am: City of Hamilton/American Liszt Society/McMaster U School of the Arts. Great Romantics Festival' The Boys of Weimar: Daily Life Around Liszt. Lecture by Dr. James Deaville. Convocation Hall, McMaster University, Hamilton. 905-525-9140 x23674. . *October 6 12 noon: International Bach Festival. Bach Talk: Bach's Cantata Weinen, K/agen, Sorgen Zagen as Musical Sermon. Lecture by Michael Marissen. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park. 416-978-3744. Free. *October 7 1 Dam: City of Hamilton/Ameri· can Liszt Society/McMaster U School of the Arts. Great Romantics Festival· Rachmaninov & Bells. Lecture by Ross Alley. Con· vocation Hall, McMaster University, Hamilton. 905-525-9140 x23674. . *October 7 2:00: City of Hamilton/Ameri· can Liszt Society/McMaster U School of the Arts. Great Romantics Festival: My Memories of Alberto Guerrero. William Aide in conversation with Richard Gale. Centenary United Church, 24 Main St. West, Hamilton. 905- 525-9140 x23674. . *October 8 11:00am: City of Hamilton/ American Liszt Society/McMaster U School of the Arts. Great Romantics Festival' The Beautiful Blue Danube & Imperial Vienna. Lecture by Ross Alley. Centenary Unit· ed Church, 24 Main St. West, Hamilton. 905- 525-9140 x23674. . *October 22 10:30am-4:30: CDC/Munk Centre for International Studies. The Opera Exchange: Multidisciplinary Approaches to Opera. Rodelinda and Carmen: The Girls' Night Out! Panel includes noted scholars from the U of Toronto, U of California, Los Angeles & members of the CDC's creative team. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park. 416-363-8231, www.coc.ca , (st). *October 26 8:00: Mozart Society. Mozartian Singing. Talk by Diane Loeb, with audio examples. First Unitarian Congregation, 175 St. Clair Ave. West. 416-201-3338. Members free, guests donation. *October 27 4:30: University of Toronto Faculty of Music. Lecture by Steve Reich, Roger D. Moore Distinguished Visitor in Composition. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park. 416- 978-3744. Free. *October 28 7:00: Goethe-lnstitut Toronto. SoundStage: Music on the Stage. The use of sound and music in theatre: examining ways music can shape a performance on stage; the options theatre artist have, from sound design to composition, from music on the stage to musicians on the stage; what music can do for theatre, what theatre can do for music; and other related topics. Discussion Dr. Christopher Burton (Doctor of Musical Arts, Eastman) announces the opening of THE MUSIC ROOM theory, history instruction all ages, all levels welcome Conveniently located in Danforth Baptist Church 60 Bowden St.,Toronto, Ontario (adjacent to Chester Subway) Call (416) 570-6524 or visit us at www.angelfire.com/music6/musicroom O CTOBER 1 - N O V EMBE R 7 2005 Back to Ad Index WWW. THEWHOLENOTE.COM with Jenny Erpenbeck, director; Richard Feren, sound designer; John Millard, stage musi· cian & theatre composer; Marie-Josee Charti· er, choreographer; Ross Manson, moderator. Kinowelt Hall, Goethe-lnstitut, 163 King St. West. 416-593-5257. Free. *October 30 9:30am: University of Toronto Faculty of Music. ReJewvenation: The Futures of Jewish Culture. Panel discussion on Futures of Jewish Music. Robert Gill Theatre, 214 College St. 416-978-7986. *October 31 8:00: Toronto Wagner Socie· ty. Meeting on modern and traditional approaches to the last Ring Cycle opera, Gotterdammerung, including visual highlights from different productions. Arts and Letters Club, 14 Elm St. www.richard wagner.tripod.com Members free, non-members by donation. *November 3 12: 10: University o!Toronto Faculty of Music. Symposium on The Merry Wives of Windsor. Discussion by members of the creative team, chaired by lain Scott, with excerpts performed by members of the cast. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park. 416-978-3744. Free. MASTER CLASSES *October 4 11am-2pm: Remenyi House of Music. Remenyi Master Class Series. Vocal master class with Russian soprano Galina Gorchakova. The Opera Store, Remenyi House of Music, 210 Bloor St. West. To register as an auditor, please call 416-961-3111. . Limited seating. *October 7 11 am: RCM Glenn Gould Pro· fessional School. Solo wind master class with Scott Bell, oboe. RCM, 90 Croatia St. 416-408-2824. Free. *Please call to confirm* *October 7 2:30: RCM Glenn Gould Professional School. Wind excerpts class with Scott Bell, oboe. RCM, 90 Croatia St. 416· 408-2824. Free. *Please call to confirm* *October 14 2:00: U of T Faculty of Music. Business and the Musician. Master class with Chase Sanborn, jazz trumpeter. Room 130, Edward Johnson Bldg, 80 Queen's Park. 416-978-3744. Free. *October 21 2:00: RCM Glenn Gould Professional School. Voice master class with Stuart Hamilton. RCM, 90 Croatia St. 416- 408-2824. Free. *Please call to confirm* *October 27 6:00: RCM Glenn Gould Pro· fessional School. Chamber music master class with Gwen Hoebig. RCM, 90 Croatia St. 416-408-2824. Free. *Please call to confirm* *October 2810am: RCM Glenn Gould Professional School. Violin master class with Gwen Hoebig. RCM, 90 Croatia St. 416-408- 2824. Free. *Please call ahead to confirm* *October 29 10:30am-6:00: Peter Lloyd. Flute Master Class. For performers & auditors. Application deadline for performers: October 4. St. Andrew's United Church, 117 Bloor St. East. 905-648-1560, elliottp@mcmcaster.ca (performer), (auditor). *November 4 1 Dam: RCM Glenn Gould Professional School. Solo flute master class with Carolyn Christie. RCM, 90 Croatia St. 416-408-2824. Free. *Please call to confirm* *November 4 2:00: RCM Glenn Gould Professional School. Flute excerpts master class with Carolyn Christie. RCM, 90 Croatia St. 416-408-2824. Free. *Please call ahead to confirm* WORKSHOPS *October 1 9:30am-4:00: Toronto Early Music Performers Organization. All-Day Fall Workshop. Led by Chris Norman, flute & recorder, specialist in Celtic & Baroque reper· toire. Lansing United Church, 49 Bogert Ave. 416-778-7777. , members . *October 1, 8 & 15 1 Oam-1 lam: Joyce Sitarski, instructor. How to Read Music. For church choir members & others who need a "refresher course". St. Andrew's Church Centre, 53 Reynolds Street, Oakville. 905-842· 9123. Free. *October 2, 16, 23, 30: Royal Conservatory of Music/Escola de Samba. Workshops in Samba Enredo. 1:00-2:30: beginners' Bateria percussion class; 2:30-3:30: Passistas dance class; 3:30-5:30: Bateria ensemble. 90 Croatia St. 416-408-2824 x321. suggest· ed donation or pwyc. Pre-registration recommended at www.sambatoronto.com *October 7 7:30: Recorder Players' Society. Opportunity for recorder and/or other early instrument players to get together in small, informal groups and play Renaissance & Baroque music. Church of the Transfiguration, 111 Manor Rd. East. 416-224-5830. *October 16 12:00 noon-4pm: New Ad· ventures in Sound Art Workshop by La Cellule d'lntervention METAMKINE. Latvian House, 491 College St. 416-910-7231. *October 16 2:00: CAMMAC. Musical Reading. Frank Nakashima leads a reading of early music for voices & instruments. Music is provided. Elliott Hall, Christ Church Deer Park, 1570 Yonge St. 416-421-0779. (non-members). *October 19 7:30: Toronto Shapenote Singing from Sacred Harp. Beginners welcome. St. Stephen-in-the-Fields, 103 Bellevue Ave. 416· 922· 7997 or pleasancecrawford@rogers.com f3zeate ~~ s~ %Jte 4 %Jte ~«iid a P~ Pfuue 4 Pfuue ~l'0 TRAINED BY MASTERS AT THE FRANZ LISZT ACADEMY IN BUDAPEST, RUBIN ACADEMY IN TEL-AVIV, UOFT, BLOOMINGTON INDIANA UNIVERSITY JUDITH K. PELEG JOSEPH PELEG PIANO VIOLIN ACCEPTING STUDENTS AT ALL LEVELS CONTACT US: 416-635-7588 OR JJPELEG@GMAIL.COM CO NTI NUES 51

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