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Volume 11 Issue 6 - March 2006

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  • Toronto
  • Theatre
  • Jazz
  • April
  • Musical
  • Symphony
  • Orchestra
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  • Mozart

ANNOUNCEMENTS, ETCETERA

ANNOUNCEMENTS, ETCETERA CONTINUED FROM PAGE 57 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. *March 251:30: CAMMAC.JazzSty/es. Workshop led by saxophonist Daniel Rubinoff. Open to all instruments & singers. Focus will be on learning to swing, archetypal jazz rhythms, Elderly Musician volunteers wanted! developing solo lines, improvisation & phrasing. Registration deadline: March 17. Elliott Hall, Christ Church Deer Park, 1570 Yonge St. 416· 694-9266. (members), (non-members). *March 26 6:00: Canadian Meditation Centres. Music & Mantras. Supersprouts, 720 Bathurst St. 416-539-0234. Free. *March 27 7:30: Toronto Early Music Centre. Vocal Circle. Recreational reading of early choral music. Ability to read music desirable but not essential. 12 Millbrook Gres. 416-920- 5025. Members free, (non-members). *March 28 8:00: Toronto Folk Singers' Club. An infonnal group that meets for the purpose of perfonnance & exchange of songs. T ranzac Club, 292 Brunswick Ave. 416-532-0900. * April 1 2:00: Long & McOuade. Clinic with Canadian jazz saxophonist Seamus Blake, who will bring his own brand of improv and approaches to jazz. Bring your horn. 925 Bloor St. West. 416· 588-7886. Free. * April 2 6:00: Canadian Meditation Centres. Music & Mantras. Supersprouts, 720 Bathurst St. 416-539-0234. Free. HOLD YOUR NEXT RECITAL 1111 beliconian ball A beautiful restored Carpenter's Gothic board and batten church building in the heart of Yorkville can be rented at reasonable rates for musical events. Steinway Grand piano included. A high, vaulted ceiling provides excellent concert-hall acoustics. Capacity up to 120. Tel: 416-922-3618 Fax: 416-922-2431 www.heliconianclub.org rentals@heliconianclub.org ~ MUSIC --~rovouR EYES Honest Ed's Optical 581 Bloor St. W. (at Bathurst) 416-531-7757 Doctor's Eyecare 1139 Lawrence Ave. W. (at Caledonia) 416-784-9353 Eye exams, designer eyeglasses, contact lenses Cheeses from around the world, meats, groceries, dry goods gift baskets ... Everything you need for reception planning. 416-364-7397 www.pasqualebros.com 16 Goodrich Rd., Etobicoke (south of Bloor, west off Islington) I UNCLASSIFIED ADVERTISING ACCOUNTING AND INCOME TAX sibilities of your voice. Small groups. 6 - . SERVICE for small business and individuals, Johanne, 416-461-8425. to save you time and money, customized to meel HUNGARIAN VIOLIN MAKER, STEyour needs. Norm Pulker, B. Math. CMA. 905- VEN KOVACS. Handmade violins with pow- 251-0309 or 905-830-2985. erful sound, for professional and student. Call ARTISTIC DIRECTOR needed for Nola after 6pm. 905-886-7374 (Thornhill). Bene baroque orchestra based in Waterloo. 3-4 MARC ENKIN is now accepting daytime students in his west-end studio. Piano, guitar, bass, concerts a season. Replica or authentic instruments. 519-884-8753. www.nbpo.net BARD - EARLY MUSIC DUO playing recorder and virginal available lo provide background atmosphere for teas, receptions or other voice, banjo, theory, songwriting. Specializing in jazz, pop styles. 416-763-3516. Bloor/Jane subway. BFA, York University. Diploma, Berklee College of Music. functions - greater Toronto area. For rates and MARILYN LERNER is currenily accepting info call 905-722-5618 or email us at a limited number of advanced piano students for mhpape@inlerhop.net CLASSICAL GUITAR LESSONS RCM lessons in jazz and improvisational technique. Down town location. lerner@rogers.com trained. Beginners welcome. Walter 416-924-2168. 416-944-2557. EARLY CHILDHOOD MUSIC SPECIAL­ IST who has teaching experience with autistic children, also has collaborated and trained with Kodaly and Orff approaches. Available to leach piano, woodwinds, and theory. All ages. Taught by Columbia University/University of Toronto grad. Call 416-519-8038. MISSISSAUGA POPS, a premier community concert band seeks dynamic conductor lo lead into next decade. Send resume to job@mississaugapops.com. Starting Sep I 1, 2006. Visit www.mississaugapops. com for details. Resumes due March 31st 2006. EAR TRAINING, MUSICIANSHIP, SIGHT-SINGING, THEORY, JAZZ THE­ ORY. All levels, professional/serious beginners. Art Levine, MA, ARCT. Host. "Art Music", CBC. 30 years experience: RCM, UofT, York. 416-924- 8613. www.artlevine.com; artlevine@sympatico.ca EVE EGOYAN seeks advanced, committed piano students (emu@interlog.com or 416-504-4297). FOR SALE: Beautiful hand-made full size cello from England. Ideal for serious cellist or advanced music student. Rich, resonating, fullbodied sounds! Call Natacha 416-804-5510. FOR SALE: 4 excellent quality carved double basses, all of European origin with first class bridges, endpins etc. Also bows. Please call Peter 416-423-7939. FOR SALE: German student violin (gut strings) complete with almost new Barn case. ,500. Gladys. 905-642-0179. FRENCH HORN Must sell, one-of-a-kind, double horn, by Reynolds. Excellent condition. Endorsement available. Call Jack at 416-721-4940. HAVE YOU EVER WANTED TO SING, or do you just want a place to play with the pos- Release pain. Relax. Breathe. ~lo\"e. '- Dr. l,au1·iiu Buhr H., : Ill .X \ll ...,IC I\ ( :hiropractor +16-+

summer music education: A SPECIAL FEATURE ADDISON Music LEARNING CENTRE'S "Musical Safari Trek Experience" 481 North Service Road, Unit A7, Oakville ON, L6M 2V6 Phone: 905-825-8668 E-mail: musicisfun@sympatico.ca Website: www.musicisfun.ca Contact: Ngan Chau , , 'lf'.1 ~ unique ~nd rewar~- ~ a 9 _ · mg expenence, this \... ""-~ ~ summercampcombines .-..__ ,-...Jj, Addison's two areas of ::::=:. :.~. ,::­ expertise -Theatre and -··?' Music - creating an atmosphere where children can discover their creativity while also expanding their intellect. Theatre: Involves games that are not only fun and exciting but are also geared towards the development of the child. Each day a different dramatic theme will be established. Children will explore mime, improvisation, scripted scenes, puppetry, and theatre games. Music: Kodaly, singing, Orff, playing musical instruments, and Dalcroze eurythmics; creative movement combining Kodaly and Orff methods. Elements explored are speech, body percussion, listening, improvisation, playing in ensembles, and creating compositions. THE BANFF CENTRE Box 1020, Banff AB, TIL 1H5 Phone: 1-800-565-9989, 403-762-6180 E-mail: arts_info@banffcentre.ca Website: www.banffcentre.ca Contact : Office of the Registrar The Banff Centre's intensive SUflliller music programs offer a unique learning experience including many performance opportunities with other international participants in both the music programs and with the renowned faculty throughout the BanffSummer Arts Festival. Summer music programs are for advanced level adult musicians. On campus accommodation and meals are included. Deadlines are ongoing if space permits. Jazz: Jazz Composers Residency, May 7 - 9; Hugh Fraser Jazz Orchestra Workshop, May 10 - 20; Banff International Workshop in Jazz and Creative Music, May 22 -June 10; Classical: Summer Chamber Music Residency, June 12 - 30; Summer Short-Term Career Development Residencies.July 3 - August 11; Master Classes, July 3 - 21; Opera and Concert Orchestra Residency, July 22 - August 13; Brass Residency, July 24 - August 4; International Keyboard Master Class, July 24 -August 11. CAMMAC: LAKE MAcDoNALD Music CENTRE Phone: 819-687-3938 or 888-622-8755; Fax: 819-687-3323 E-mail: national@cammac.ca Website: www.cammac.ca Contact: Raymond Legault, registrar Harrington, QC; June 25 to August 20 Week I: Workshops in voice, folk harp, advanced recorder, introduction to music, chamber music for pre-formed groups, Tai chi; Week 2: Early Music; Week 3: Mozart: Chamber music, voice, piano (Franz Joseph Quartet); Week 4: Chamber music, voice, piano (Bozzini Quartet); Week 5: Latin rhythms, Chamber music, voice, piano (Dautremer Trio); Week 6: Winds, jazz, Latin rhythms; Week 7: Choral music: Mozart's Requiem; Week 8: Broadway choir: Classic Cole Porter, Broadway dance, Musical theatre, Advanced flute. On-site lodging and campground. Tennis, nature trails, boating, swimming. Programs: children 41/2 to 11; adolescents 12 to 18; adults. Amateur musicians of all levels. CAMMAC: ONTARIO MUSIC CENTRE Phone: 1-866-273-7697 Fax: 416-536-3362 E-mail: ontario@cammac.ca Website: www.cammac.ca click Ontario Music Centre Contact: Adrienne Pluim, registrar Lakefield College School, Lakefield, ON Weekly sessions July 30 - August 20; Week I: jazz; Week 2: classical; Week 3: world music. On-site accommodation available; campsite nearby. All 3 weeks open to adults and youth (age 13-21} able to handle the adult program; Week 3 (August 13-20) also offers a program for children ages 4 1 /2 to 12. Children may register as a morning day camper. For amateur musicians of all levels. Evening concerts given by participants or faculty, after hours jamming, swimming, canoeing, hiking and tennis. Application deadline: June 19 for pre-registration of some classes; otherwise any time before the start of the week requested. CANADIAN OPERA CoMPANy's SUMMER OPERA CAMP Joey and Toby Tanenbaum Centre, 227 Front St. E, Toronto Phone: 416-306-2377 E-mail: community@coc.ca Website: www.coc.ca The COC's Summer Opera Camp returns for its 7th year with Create-a Ring! In anticipation of the Ring Cycle opening in September 2006, participants will create their own version of Richard Wagner's Ring Open to children entering grades 4 to 6, this lwo-week program ends with a June 25 to August 20 Intensive workshops· advanced voice, Lyne Fortin - folk harp, Sharlene Wallace - advanced rncorder, Matthias Maute - advanced flute, Carnlyn Christie. Franz Joseph Quartet & Bozzini Quartet in residence. Many cou, ses including chamber music, Early music, choir, orchestra, jazz, world music and Broadway. Children's and adolescent programs. www.cammac.ca national@cammac.ca (888) 622-8755 Ontario Music Centre Three weeks of music programming give adult (and younger) amateur musicians a vanety of opportun1t1es to learn and make music together. Combine a lakeside holiday with exciting courses and opportunities to perform J\;lake ~Iusic Session dates: July 30 Aug 6 a little more pzz Aug 6 Auf, 13 an emphosis ors cl oss'col Aug. 13 Atg 20 a taste ohrnrld music (Third week includes P'Of,far 1'!',irg far er ·.1:J cer) Location· Lakefield College School, r eor Petuborough, Or tano with !'I CAMM AC ~ For more information \i\f.e;b v; v:v.r.

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