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Volume 11 Issue 5 - February 2006

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  • Toronto
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ANNOUNCEMENTS, ETCETERA

ANNOUNCEMENTS, ETCETERA CONTINUED FROM PAGE 53 *February 18 1 :00-3:30: Toronto Early Music Centre. Pastime with Good Company: Viola da Gamba Workshop. Non-traditional and contemporary music coached gamba consorts with Laura Jones, Felix Deak and Joelle Morton. Music will be assigned & provided in ad· vance. Also available: novice class (instru· men! supplied). Space is limited. 10 Cardinal Place. 416-760-8610, bml 20@columbia.edu (TEMC members), (non-members). *February 23 7:00: Long & McOuade. Workshop w. Eddie Daniels, jazz clarinet. 925 Bloor St. West. 416-588- 7886 x656. Free. *February 24 7:30: Recorder Players' Society. Opportunity for recorder and/or oth· er 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. *February 26 2:00: CAMM AC. Musical Reading. Lorant Oswald leads a musical reading for instrumentalists (work tba). Elliott Hall, Christ Church Deer Park, 1570 Yonge St. 416-421-0779. (non-members). *February 27 1 Oam-5pm: Music Gallery. State of the Art: Composers' Workshop Third Installment. Drop in to witness the unfolding of four new works for string quartet. The Madawaska String Quartet will undertake this workshop with composers Mike Kane, Sundar Subramanian, David Occhipinti and Dustin Peters. Church of St. George the Martyr, 197 John. 416-204-1080. PWYC. *February 27 7:30: Toronto Early Music Centre. Vocal Circle. Recreational reading of early choral music. Ability to read music desir· able but not essential. 12 Millbrook Gres. 416- 920-5025. Members free, (non-members). *February 28 8:00: Toronto Folk Sing· ers' Club. An informal group that meets for the purpose of performance & exchange of songs. Tranzac Club, 292 Brunswick Ave. 416-532,0900. *March 4 9:30am-4:30: Ontario Band Association. Wind Conductors' Symposium 2006. Demonstration groups, open forum discussions, conducting master class. Open to all music educators & university students interested in improving knowledge of wind band literature and skills as effective music leaders. Timothy Foley, featured clinician; hosts: York U Wind Symphony, William Tho· mas, conductor. York U Performing Arts Centre, 4700 Keele St. 905·479·2787 x549. (teacher/conductor), (university student); fees increase to & after Feb 3. *March 5 1 :30: Toronto Early Music Players Organization. Workshop with Alison Melville, recorder. All instruments wel· come. Lansing United Church, 49 Bogert Ave. 416-778-7777. , members free. *March 5 7:30: Recorder Players' Socie· ty. 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. UNCLASSIFIED ADVERTISING ACCOUNTING AND INCOME TAX SERV­ ICE for small business and individuals, to save you time and money, customized to meet your needs. Norm Pulker, B. Math. CMA. 905-251--0309 or 905- 830-2985 ALTO SECTION LEAD vacancy, St. John's York Mills Anglican. Traditional & challenging repertoire, competitive per service rate, good reading & choral sound desired, solo opp:Jrtunities w/orchestra, near subway. Phone Robin Davis 905-409-6121. ANTON BRUCKNER'S ADAGIO FROM SYMPHONY #7 New transcription for solo piano by RCM graduate. Score and CD available from www.brianhanke.com BARD - EARLY MUSIC DUO playing recorder and virginal available to provide background atmosphere for teas, receptions or other functions -greater Toronto area. Forrates and info call 905- 722-5618 or email us at mhpape@interhop.net CELLOS FOR SALE (German-made Hofners): 4/4 (1960) ,800. 905-577-1172. 3/4 (5years old) ,200. 905-637-9188. CLASSICAL GUITAR LESSONS RCM trained. Beginners welcome. Walter 416-924-2168. DANIEI:S MUSICAL HIDEAWAY - Accomodations for musicians and music lovers since 1995. Daily. weekly and monthly rates. Piano and rehearsal space. Downtown location near TIC. Call 416-927-9800 for info. We can help. CULTURAL SUPPORT SERVICES ph:519-662-3499. EAR TRAINING, MUSICIANSHIP, SIGHT-SINGING, THEORY, JAZZ THE­ ORY. All levels, professionaVserious beginners. Art Levine, MA, ARCT. Host. "Art Music", CBC. 30 years experience: RCM, Uo!T, York. 416-924-8613. www.artlevine.com; artlevine@sympatico.ca EVE EGOYAN seeks advanced, committed piano students (emu@interlog.com or 416-504-4297). FESTIVAL WIND ORCHESTRA is seeking new members. Urgently needed are alto and tenor saxophone, oboe, bassoon, bass clarinet and mallet percussion players. Professional conductor. Rehearsals on Tuesdays at 7:30pm. Yonge/Sheppard area. For details, phone 416-461-1683 or visit www.festivalwindorchestra.com FLUTE, RECORDER, PIANO lessons. Enjoy learning music with colour. Experienced Bach. Mus. teacher. 416-531-8577, 4 l 6-654-8943 flu tern usic l l l@hotmail.com FOR SALE Baroque cello after Stradivari, Mark Schnurr, Breslau ON, 2004, Ewert bow; case, .000. Baroque violin, Riedel, ca 1790, original neck. fingerboord& tailpieceby Philip Davis, 2001, Davis bow, case, ,000. Both beautiful instruments, owners selling to pursue other interests. Peter Newton 905- 469-9770, peteme@csao.org DO YOU NEED HELP with developing an el- FRENCH HORN Must sell, one-of-a-kind, doufective artists portfolio, designing and distributing ble horn, by Reynolds. Excellent condition. Endorsepromotional materials, setting up an audition trip?: men t available. Call Jack at 416-721-4940. 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