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Volume 11 Issue 7 - April 2006

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  • April
  • Toronto
  • Theatre
  • Jazz
  • Musical
  • Arts
  • Orchestra
  • Symphony
  • Concerto
  • Choir

ANNOUNCEMENTS, ETCETERA

ANNOUNCEMENTS, ETCETERA CONTINUED FROM PAGE 61 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INSTRUCTION MUSICIANS WANTED singing; video/sound recordings of excellent examples of performances. Elliott Hall, Christ Church Deer Park, 1570 Yonge St. 416-924· 5608, 416·356·9150. (members), (non·members). * April 8, 9:30am·4pm; April 9, 1 :30·4:00: Toronto Early Music Performance Organization. Spring Weekend with Francis Co/pron, recorder. Lansing United Church, 49 Bogert Ave. 416·778·7777. * April 8 10:30am: Toronto Mendelssohn Choir. Singsation Saturday. John Tuttle will conduct the Faure Requiem and Cantique de Jean Racine. Cameron Hall, Yorkminster Park Baptist Church, 1585 Yonge St. 416-598- 0422 x24. Pre-registration recommended. * April 8 12:30: Waterloo Guitar Sum· mit. Jazz guitar workshop (finger-style) with Margaret Stowe, Bob Mclean, Carter Lancas· ter, Wendell Ferguson. Grand Gallery, Water· loo Community Arts Centre, 25 Regina St. South, Waterloo. 519·886-4577. . * April 8 4pm-4:45: Toronto Early Music Centre. Pastime With Good Company. Bow technique workshop with Louis Begin. Players at all levels of experience & on all sizes of viols are welcome. Preceded by 2:30pm gamba duo concert (see daily listings).The afternoon will conclude with an informal reception & the opportunity to try bows made by Louis and Emmanuel Begin. Kimbourne Park United Church, 200 Wolverleigh Blvd. RSVP: Joelle Morton, 416-760-8610. (concert & workshop). * April 15 2:00: Long & McOuade. Brass Concepts. Approaches to preparation, physique and performing. Clinic with solo tubist, mouth· piece maker & tuba designer Daniel Perantoni, who will hear performances by selected students and incorporate his concepts. 925 Bloor St. West. 416·588· 7886. Free. * April 19 7:30: Toronto Shapenote Singing from Sacred Harp. Beginners welcome. St. Stephen-in-the-Fields, 1 03 Bellevue Ave. 416· 922-7997 or pleasancecrawford@rogers.com * April 21 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 T ransfiguration, 111 Manor Rd. East. 416·224·5830. * April 23 1 :30-4:30: Early Childhood Music Association of Ontario. Beautiful Singing For Young Children And Their Teachers. Workshop focusing on exercises & repertoire that will help the young chorister develop singing tone and reading skills. Included is a discussion of techniques to help develop singing technique & deal with tuning problems; also included: an observation of a Bach Children's Chorus rehearsal at Washington United Church (3739 Kingston Rd). Cliffcrest United Church, 1 McGowan Rd. For further informa· tion: 416·240·8573. (before Apr 8, E.C.M.A. member), (door, E.C.M.A. member), ((before Apr 8, non-member), (door, non·member). * April 23 2:00: CAMMAC. Reading for voices and instruments of opera choruses (or Cam,ina Buran a), conducted by Colin Clarke. Elliott Hall, Christ Church Deer Park, 1570 Yonge St. 416-421-0779. (non-members). * April 24 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, (nonmembers). * April 25 8:00: Toronto Folk Singers' Club. An informal group that meets for the purpose of performance & exchange of songs. Tranzac Club, 292 Brunswick Ave. 416-532· 0900. *May 7 1:30-4pm: Toronto Early Music Performance Organization. Workshop with David Fallis in medieval pilgrim songs, for singers & mixed instruments. Lansing United Church, 49 Bogert Ave. 416- 778· 7777. , members free. CLASSICAL GUITAR LESSONS RCM CALL FOR ACOUSTIC !rained. Beginners welcome. Walter 416-924- 2168. PERFORMERS - Plein Air Salon concert series invites proposals for our summer salon EAR TRAINING, MUSICIANSHIP, concert series, 2006. For more information SIGHT-SINGING, THEORY, JAZZ please visit www.artistsgardencoop.com THEORY. All levels, professional/serious Deadline - April 20/06. beginners. Art Levine, MA, ARCT. Host. "Ari Music", CBC. 30 years experience: RCM, UofT. York. 416-924-8613. www.artlevine.com; artlevine@sympatico.ca MONTCREST SWING BAND needs I trumpet and 2 trombone players. Rehearsals Wed. 5- 7, Central/East www.montcrestband.com Mike 416-804-5161 EARLY CHILDHOOD MUSIC SPECIALIST who has teaching experience TROMBONISTS WANTED!!! Help with autistic children, also has collaborated and trained with Kodaly and Orff approaches. Available to teach piano, woodwinds, and theory. All ages. Taught by Columbia University/ raise funds for charity by volunteering with our big bands. Visit www.sheratoncadwell.com and call Andrew today@ 416-712-2555. University of Toronto grad. Call 416-519-8038. EVE EGOYAN seeks advanced, committed piano students (emu@interlog.com or 416-504-4297) MARC ENKIN is now accepting daytime students in his west-end studio. Piano, guitar, bass, voice, banjo, theory, songwriting. Specializing in jazz, pop styles. 416-763-3516. Bloor/Jane subway. BFA, York University. Diploma, Berklee College of Music. MARILYN LERNER is currently accepting a limited number of advanced piano students for lessons in jazz and improvisational technique. Downtown location. lerner@rogers.com 416-944-2557. PIANO LESSONS OFFERED by a great piano teacher - Sheppard/Allen Rd. Very professional (M.A. piano performance), very positive and enthusiastic. )e]ena 416-635- 1819. INSTRUMENTS BOUGHT AND SOLD FOR SALE: Beautiful American handmade banjo, modern case, excellent condition. Rich design, perfect tone. Remington certified. Call 416-784 -5988. FRENCH HORN Must sell, one-of-a-kind, double horn, by Reynolds. Excellent condition. Endorsement available. Call Jack at 416-721 - 4940. HEINTZMAN PIANO upright, circa 1928, mahogany, good condition, ,000 or best offer. 416-488-9905. HUNGARIAN VIOLIN MAKER, STEVEN KOVACS. Handmade violins with powerful sound, for professional and student. Call alter 6pm. 905-886-7374 (Thornhill). MUSICIANS AVAILABLE TRUMPETERS WANTED!!! Help raise funds for charity by volun leering with our big bands. Visit www.sheratoncadwell.com and call Andrew today@ 416-712-2555. VOLUNTEER MUSICIANS & VOCALISTS WANTED by 3 ProAm big bands under the Sheraton Cadwell Group (www.sheratoncadwell.com): Saxophones/Trumpets/Trombones/Guitar/ Piano/Bass/Drums. Contact Andrew today @416-712-2555. SERVICES ACCOUNTING AND INCOME TAX SERVICE 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. The PERFORMING EDGE Performance enhancement training in tension management, concentration, goal setting, imagery. Individualized to meet your performance situalion. Kate f Hays, practising clinical and performing arts psychology. 416-961-0487, www.theperlormingedge.com SIMONE TUCCI Piano Tuner­ Technician - Complete Piano Care Service - *Concert*Studio*Home·. Affiliated with The Royal Conservatory of Music piano service staff. Registered Craftsman Member of O.G.PT. Inc. Associate Member of PTG. Servicing Toronto and G.T.A. areas. Call: 416-993- 6332. BARD - EARLY MUSIC DUO playing recorder and virginal available to provide background atmosphere for teas, receptions or other functions - greater Toronto area. For rates and info call 905-722-56 18 or email us at mhpape@ inlerhop.net MUSIC FOR ALL OCCASIONS! Small ensembles, Dance Band, Big Band; Cocktail Hour, Dinner music, Concerts, Shows; Classical, Contemporary, Dixieland, Traditional and Smooth Jazz! )SL Musical Productions 905-276-3373. Use our special e-mail address: classad@thewholenote.com or phone Simone Desilets at 416-323-2232 62 WWW.THEWHOLENOTE.COM APRIL 1 - MAY 7 2006

"How I Met My Teacher" goes to ... the Opera! edited and compiled by mJ buell Toronto's new opera house has done much already to generate greater public interest in opera. But there is some risk that the fascination may be only skin deep - part of Toronto's current love affair with new and renewed public buildings. It's also difficult to say whether that interest will extend to or benefit other opera companies in the region. But what a time for a concerted effort from the entire community to encourage people of all ages to look at opera. Websites and brochures reveal after-school, weekend and vacation classes, workshops and camps for children as young as five, opportunities for young professionals and adults, for aspiring professionals, as well as for gifted amateurs, to help ensure not only future generations of performers but also future generations of audiences. Enlightened initiatives offer free or discounted tickets to rehearsals and performances for students.Brave programs bring artists right into schools, from the larger companies on down to brave little ensembles like Shoestring Opera and Opera Everywhere. But parents, grandparents, teachers, administrators, and education advocates need to know they are available, understand and insist that they are necessary and valuable. Serious students who "get hooked " as teenagers need to know how and where they can continue at a post-secondary level. The Royal Conservatory of Music, The University of Toronto Faculty of Music Opera Division, are obvious resources. The COC Ensemble Studio program serves as a bridge between academic post-secondary programs and the professional world of opera for young Canadian singers, opera coaches and stage directors. The Canadian Opera Company provides at least twenty education programs: lectures, preperformances chats, backstage tours and discounted dress rehearsal tickets and a wide range of learning opportunities for adults such as Opera 101 and, currently, Wagner 101, 201 & 301. They have child/youth programs and initiatives with engaging names like Opera for a New Age (ages 18-29), Opera Jam! (grades 9-12), Operaworks (Grades 6-9), Opera Storytime (kindergarten to grade 5). Opera Atelier has noticed a 900% growth in student attendance at productions and programs. The Making of an Opera program allows school groups a hands-on opportunity to participate in various facets of opera production, and ensures that up to 1,000 students are WholeNote MarketPlace able to attend every Opera Atelier dress rehearsals free of charge. Opera Atelier education and outreach has included collaboration with the Faculty of Music, U of T, The Glenn Gould School and Young Artists Performance Program, Dare Arts, Tafelmusik's Baroque Summer Institute and George Brown Theatre. Opera Atelier's pre-performance lectures provide insight for all audience members. Tapestry New Opera's unique education programs are, like the company, creation-based. More than a series of demonstrations, lectures or back stage tours, they embed animateurs, creative artists, performers and designers in schools around the province in a hands-on process that parallels their professional practice. Hence the name: JNside Opera. Since the pilot project inspired by IRON ROAD (2001), Tapestry has engaged hundreds of young people in collaborative creations based on the themes surrounding new opera productions and contemporary subject matter Opera Ontario's, Young People's Night at the Opera enables students 8-18 to attend a final dress rehearsal (/ticket). Opera Look-In, open to all members of the community, allows CONrlNUES di· ~? _JJ.. :'?~c· Education ~-

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