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Volume 13 - Issue 10 - July/August 2008

sic festival features

sic festival features performers from Canadaand Europe. This summer's artists includeMeas ha Brueggergosman, Jane Bunnell andOrchestra London Canada.AF = Avon FlatsAR = Avon River, behind War Memorial, York St.CH = City Hall, 1 Wellington St.CR = Church Restaurant, 70 Brunswick St.OT = Down town, various streetsKC = Knox Church, 142 Ontario St.PR = Pazzo Ristorante, 70 Ontario St.SA = St. Andrews Church, 25 St. Andrew St.TPI = Tom Patterson IslandJui 21 9:30: Opening Night - Sibold's GrandIllumination. AF. Free.Jui 23 10:00am: Janet Cardiff's Forty PartMotet. CH. Admission by donation.Jui 23 11: 15am: Young Canadian Artists in Recital.Pius Cheung, marimbist. CH. .Jui 2312:30: BargeMusic. Les Chauffeurs apieds. AR. Free.Jui 24 1 O:OOam: Janet Cardiff's Forty PartMotet. CH. Admission by donation.Jui 24 11 :30am: Cabaret. Laird Mackintosh &Dayna Tekatch, vocals. CR. .Jui 24 12:30: BargeMusic. Les Chauffeurs apieds. AR. Free.Jui 25 1 O:OOam: Janet Cardiff's Forty PartMotet. CH. Admission by donation.Jui 2511 :30am: Cabaret. Laird Mackintosh &Dayna Tekatch, vocals. CR. .Jui 25 12:30: BargeMusic. Les Chauffeurs apieds. AR. Free.Jui 25 9: 15: Jazz at Pazzo. Robi Botos, piano;Perry White, sax. PR. cover.Jui 261 O:ODam: Janet Cardiff's Forty PartMotet. CH. Admission by donation.Jui 26 10:30am: Guerilla Music Events. PeterHatch, composer. OT. Free.Jui 26 12:3013:00: BargeMusic. Les Chauffeursa pieds. AR. Free.Jui 26 9:15:Jazz at Pazzo. Robi Botos, piano;Yvette Tollar, vocals. PR. cover.Jui 26 11 :30: Cabaret. Laird Mackintosh & DaynaTekatch, vocals. CR. .Jui 27 1 O:OOam: Janet Cardiff's Forty PartMotet. CH. Admission by donation.Jui 27 10:30am: Guerilla Music Events. PeterHatch, composer. OT. Free.Jui 27 12:30 & 3:00: BargeMusic. Les Chau!·feurs a pieds. AR. Free.Jui 27 7:30: l 'Orchestre francophoniecanadienne.Marianne Fiset, soprano; Jean­Philippe Tremblay, conductor. KC. Admis·sion by donation.Jui 27 8:00: Music & Meditation. Music by DanJones. TPI. Free.Jui 30 1 O:OOam: Janet Cardiff's Forty PartMotet. CH. Admission by donation.Jui 301 2:30: BargeMusic. Gin Lane Trio. AR.Free.Jui 31 10:00am: Janet Cardiff's Forty PartMotet. CH. Admission by donation.Jui 31 11: 15am: Anthems from the EnglishChoral Tradition. St. Mary's Choir, Edinburgh;Nicholas Weare, organ; Duncan Ferguson, conductor.KC. ; .Jui 311 2:30: BargeMusic. Gin Lane Trio. AR.Free.Jui 31 4:00: Harry Somers l ecture. Bob Mc·Gra th, speaker. CH. Free.Jui 3111 :30: Cabaret. Jackie Richardson, vocal·ist. CR. .Aug O 1 1 O:OOam: Janet Cardiff's Forty PartMotet. CH. Admission by donation.44Aug O 111: 15am: Music from Scotland. St.Mary's Choir, Edinburgh, Nicholas Weare,organ; Duncan Ferguson, conductor. KC.; .Aug 0112:30: BargeMusic. Gin Lane Trio. AR.Free.Aug O 1 3:00:Family Programming· I love Music.How About You?Pallisades Virtuosi; BobMcGrath, speaker. SA. O; children free.Aug O 1 9: 15: Jazz at Pazzo. Brian DickinsonTrio. PR. cover.Aug 0111 :30: Cabaret. Jackie Richardson, vocal·ist. CR. .Aug 02 1 O:OOam: Janet Cardiff's Forty PartMotet. CH. Admission by donation.Aug 02 10:30am: Guerilla Music Events. PeterHatch, composer. OT. Free.Aug 0211: 15am: Music for a Summe(s Day. St.Mary's Choir, Edinburgh. Nicholas Weare, organ;Duncan Ferguson, conductor. KC. ; .Aug 02 12:30 & 3:00: BargeMusic. Gin LaneTrio.Aug 02 3:00: Family Programming - Music forAll Ages. Pallisades Virtuosi; Bob McGrath,speaker. SA. O; children free.Aug 02 9: 15: Jazz at Pazzo. Brian DickinsonTrio. PR. coverAug 0211 :30: Cabaret. Jackie Richardson, vocalist.CR. .Aug 03 1 O:OOam: Janet Cardiff's Forty PartMotet. CH. Admission by donation.Aug 03 10:30am: Guerilla Music Events. PeterHatch, composer. D. Free.Aug 03 12:30 & 3:00: BargeMusic. Jeng YiKorean Drummers. AR. Free.Aug 03 2:00: Salute to Scotland Finale. AlasdairElliot, tenor; Christopher Dawes, organ; AllanEaton, pipe major; Andrea Dawes, violin. KC.Admission by donation ($10 suggested)Aug 03 8:00: Music & Meditation. Music of DanJones. TPI. Free.Aug 06 1 O:OOam: Janet Cardiff's Forty PartMotet. CH. Admission by donation.Aug 06 12:30: BargeMusic. Newfoundland ensembleRowdy Stout. AR. Free.Aug 07 1 O:OOam: Janet Cardiff's Forty PartMotet. CH. Admission by donation.Aug 07 11: 15am: Measha Brueggergosman,soprano. Justus Zeyen, piano. SA. .Aug 07 12:30: BargeMusic. Newfoundland en·semble Rowdy Stout. AR. Free.Aug 07 11 :30: Cabaret. Jane Bunnell & theSprits of Havana Jazz Band. CR .Aug 08 10:00am: Janet Cardiff's Forty PartMotet. CH. Admission by donation.Aug 08 11 : 15am: Measha Brueggergosman,soprano. Justus Zeyen, piano. SA. .Aug 08 12:30: BargeMusic. Newfoundland ensembleRowdy Stout. AR Free.Aug 08 9:15: Jazz at Pazzo. Lorraine Desmarais,piano. PR. cover.Aug 08 11 :30: Cabaret. Jane Bunnell & TheSpirits of Havana Jazz Band. CR. .Aug 09 7 :OOam: Murray Schafer: Music forWilderness lake. Brooke Dutton, soprano, 12trombones. AR. Free.Aug 09 1 O:OOam: Janet Cardiff's Forty PartMotet. CH. Admission by donation.Aug 09 10:30am: Guerrilla Music Events. DT.Free.Aug 09 11: 15am: Measha Brueggergosman,soprano. Justus Zeyen, piano. SA. .Aug 09 12:30 & 3:00: BargeMusic. Newfoundlandensemble Rowdy Stout. AR. Free.Aug 09 9:15:Jazz at Pazzo. Lorraine Desmarais,WWW, THEWHO LENOTE.COMpiano. PR. cover.Aug 09 11 :30: Cabaret. Jane Bunnell & theSpirits of Havana Jazz Band. CR. .Aug 1 O 7:00am: Murray Schafer: Music forWilderness lake. Brooke Dutton, soprano, 12trombones. AR. Free.Aug 1 O 1 O:OOam: Janet Cardiff's Forty PartMotet. CH. Admission by donation.Aug 10 10:30am: Guerrilla Music Events. DT.Free.Aug 10 12:30pm & 3:00: BargeMusic. SouthAmerican folk group The lmbayakunas. AR. Free.Aug 1 O 2:00: Measha Brueggergosman in Recit·al, Measha Brueggergosman, soprano; JustusZeyen, piano. SA. .Aug 1 O 8:00: Music & Meditation. Music of DanJones. TPI. Free.Aug 1310:00am:JanetCardiff'sFortyPartMotet. CH. Admission by donation.Aug 13 12:30: BargeMusic. Horns of Roncesvalles.AR. Free.Aug 14 1 O:OOam: Janet Cardiff's Forty PartMotet. CH. Admission by donation.Aug 14 11: 15am: Unsung Dogs of the GreatComposers. Bill Richardson & friends. SA. .Aug 14 12:30: BargeMusic. Horns of Roncesvalles.AR. Free.Aug 14 11 :30: Cabaret - Between Engagements.Paula Wolfson, vocalist; Jonathan Monro, piano.CR. .Aug 15 1 O:OOam: Janet Cardiff's Forty PartMotet. CH. Admission by donation.Aug 15 10:30am: Guerrilla Music Events. DT.Free.Aug 1512:30 & 3:00: BargeMusic. Horns ofRoncesvalles. AR. Free.Aug 15 9:15:Jazz at Pazzo. Dave Young, bass;Gary Williamson, piano. PR. (cover).Aug 15 11 :30: Cabaret. Between Engagements.Paula Wolfson, vocals; Jonathan Monro, piano.CR. .Aug 16 1 O:OOam: Janet Cardiff's Forty PartMotet. CH. Admission by donation.Aug 16 10:30am: Guerrilla Music Events. DT.Free.Aug 16 12:30: BargeMusic Finale. KincardineScottish Pipe Band. AR. Free.Aug 16 7:30: Festival Finale 2008. Roger Honeywell,tenor; James Westman, baritone; GaryRelyea, bass-baritone; Orchestra London Canada,Timothy Vernon, conductor. KC. ; .Sunfest '08: A Celebration of World CulturesLondon (ON)July 3-6519-672-1522www.sunfest.on.caWorld music, jazz and dance are featured at thisfour-day event in London's Victoria Park. All per·formances are free.TD Canada Trust Ottawa InternationalJazz FestivalConfederation Park, OttawaJune 20-July 1888-2264495www.ottawajazzfestival.comWynton Marsalis and the Lincoln Centre JazzOrchestra open this festival. Other artists includeBuddy Defranco, Herbie Hancock Quartet, OliverJones Trio and Gladys Knight. Festival passes are0; $105; (students). Individual ticketsavailable; also some free events.TD Canada Trust Irie FestTorontoAugust 1-4905-799-1630www.iriemusicfestival.comThis four-day festival of reggae and world musictakes place at Queen's Park, Nathan PhillipsSquare and Ontario Place. All events are free.TD Canada Trust Toronto Jazz FestivalToronto (ON)June 21-July 2416 929-2033www.torontojazz.comFor detailed listings see Section I.Toronto Summer Music FestivalTorontoJuly 22-August 17416-585-4464www.torontosummermusic.comThe theme for this year's Toronto SummerMusic Festival is "In the Fire of Conflict," anexploration of the artistic responses to humanstruggle. Guest artists include pianists MenahemPressler, Andre Laplante and Anton Kuerti;the Gryphon Trio and the Leipzig StringQuartet. As well, the festival features free"Emerging Artists" concerts. For detailedlistings, see Section I.Uptown Waterloo JazzWaterloo (ON)July10-13519-885-1921www.uptownwaterloojazz.caThe Alexis Baro, Molly Johnson, Manteca andOdessa Havana are among the featured artistsat this festival. Performances take place undera tent at Waterloo City Centre.WCC = Waterloo City Centre, 100 Regina St. S.Jui 1 O 7:00: Opening Night Gala. Alexis BaroSextet. WCC. .Jui 11 6:00 to 10:00: Friday Concerts. WilliamSperandei Quintet, DK lbomeka, Molly Johnson.WCC. Free.Jui 1212:00noon to 10:00: Saturday Concerts.Cadence, Top Pocket Jazz Ouartet, The YoungDivas, Mark Eisenman Ouintet, Odessa Havana,Manteca. wee. Free.Jui 13 12noon to 5:30: Adi Braun Ouartet, FolkAlarm, Kellylee Evans. WCC. Free.Vancouver Early Music FestivalVancouver (BC)July 27-August 14604· 732-1602www.earlymusic.bc.caThis summer event, presented by the VancouverSociety for Early Music, features cellistJaap ter Linden, soprano Suzie LeBlanc, Mon·treal's Constaninople ensemble, and the festi·val's own Early Music Vancouver BaroqueOrchestra. Performances and pre-concertchats take place at the University of BritishColumbia.Westben Arts Festival TheatreThe Barn, 6898 Country Road 30Campbellford (ON)705-853-5508, 877-883-5777June 28-August 3www.westben.on.caThis year, the barn plays host to the Uni·ve rsity of British Columbia Opera Ensemble,as well as pianist Brian Finley, the Tokai StringQuartet and other artists.Jui 03 2:00: J. Strauss: Die Fledermaus. UBCOpera Ensemble; Nancy Hermiston, stagedirector; Richard Epp, music director & piano.$10-. To July 6.Jui 08 7:00: Classical Guitar of the Night. PatrickKearney, guitar. $10-.Jui 12 5:00: Schubertiad. Various artists. .50-(per 75-minute segment) . 50-$ 20.25(allthree segments).Jui 13 2:00: Bennett, Manker & Laplante. DonnaBennett, soprano; Brian Manker, cello; AndreJUL Y 1 - SEPT 7 2008

Laplante, piano. $10-. 1 :OD: Pre-concert chat.Jui 15 7:00: Piano of the Night. Brian Finley,piano. $10-.Jui 19 2:00: TokaiString Duartet. $10-.Jui 19 7:30: Of Eros& of Oust. Michael Burgess,tenor; Brian Finley, piano. -.Jui 20 2:00: New Zealand String Duartet. Q.. 1 :DO: Pre-concert chat.Jui 22 2:00: Lerner & Loewe on Love. DonnaBennett, soprano; Laura Pudwell, mezzo; ColinAinsworth, tenor; Curtis Sullivan, bass-baritone;Brian Jackson, conductor. $10-.Jui 22 7:00: da Gambas of the Night. Susie Napper& Margaret Little, viola da gamba. $10-.LISTINGS: SECTION 6ANNOUNCEMENTS, ... ETCETERAJui 26 7:30: Saturday Night at the Opera. MonicaWhicher, soprano; Elizabeth Turnbull, mezzo;Keith Klasssen, tenor; Gary Relyea, baritone;Brian Finley, piano; Alexa Petrenko, host. -.Jui 29 7:00: Lortie & Dumay. Louis Lortie,piano; Augustin Dumay, violin. -.Aug 02 2:00: Portuguese Fado. Catarina Gardea/,vocals; Mike Siracusa, guitar. $10-.Aug 02 7:30: Spanishflamenco. RobertMichaels, guitar. $10-.Aug 03 2:00: Greek Rembetika. Rembetika Hipsters.$10-.Canadian Children's Opera CompanyAnn Cooper Gay, Artistic DirectorANNOUNCEMENTS• July 4 · 27, times tba: New Adventures inSound Art. Sound Travels Festival of Sound Art:Resonating Bodies: Bumble Domicile (PollinatorSeries). Mixed media installation & communityoutreach project by Sarah Peebles, which focuseson biodiversity of pollinators in the natural &urban ecosystems of the GT A. New Gallery, 906Queen St. West. 416-516-7413,www.soundtravels.ca Free.• July 5 1 Oam-2pm: Organ Festival of theGrand. Organs Exposed! See what's behind allthe whistles & groans in a pipe organ as you getto explore their amazing innards.Two locations:St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Queen &Weber, Kitchener and St. John the EvangelistChurch, Duke & Water, Kitchener. 416-743-4362. Free.• July 27 · August 30, Sundays only (exceptSaturday August 30), 2-6pm: New Adventuresin Sound Art. Sound Travels lnstallations.Sonic portraits of cities from around theworld playing on a multi-channel system; interactivesound art greeting cards by Jennifer Schmidt,Colin Asquith & Terry Nauheim; 10'" anniversaryinteractive edition of the Sound Travels Documentsby Stefan & Laura Rose. St. Andrew bythe-LakeChurch, Toronto Island. 416-516-7413.Recommended admission .• August 6 · 10: Shelburne Rotary Club.58th Annual Canadian Open Old Time FiddleChampionship. Features top fiddlers in competition,fiddle workshops, giant Fiddle Paradefeaturing the Metropolitan Toronto Police WingedWheels, fiddle jam session, open-air market &more. Centre Dufferin Recreation Complex(Shelburne Arena), Shelburne. 519-925-2600x230, www.shelburnefiddlecontest.on.ca Eventpackage: , ( 12 years & under); individualprices for single events.• August 8 & 9, 1-6pm: New Adventures inSound Art. Soundportraits. Spend one hour withDanish sound artist Jorgen Teller & he willgenerate a sound art piece that is about you. (Thebest three soundportraits will be heard on August9 in a concert at St. Andrew-by-the-Lake Church .)Toronto Island, location TBA. 416-516-7413.Free.• August 8 & 9 at 7:00; August 10 at 1 :00:New Adventures in Sound Art/CanadianAssociation for Sound Ecology. SoundTravels Festival of Sound Art: Improvising Spacewith Ellen Waterman. Go on a guided SOUNDwalkand encounter music emanating fromunusual locations by Waterman, Zurawinski, Liu& Rothschild, Toronto Island along the SOUNDwalkroute. 416-516-7 413. Free.• August 10 2:00: New Adventures inSound Art. Sound Travels Festival of Sound Art:Ariadne Calling. Walk a labyrinthian trail whileimmersed in an extended vocal universe composedby Wende Bartley. St. Andrew by-the-LakeChurch, Toronto Island. 416-516-7413. .• August 22 7:00: Toronto InternationalFilm Festival Group/Royal Academy ofDance. The Turning Point in a Dance Career.Screening of Herbert Ross's The Turning Point,featuring Dame Antoinette Sibley DBE andMikhail Baryshnikov, followed by discussion withVeronica Tennant and questions from the audience.Jackman Hall, Art Gallery of Ontario, 317Dundas St. West. www.cinemathequeontario.ca.56 (non-member); $ 7 .08 (member/st/sr/child).• To September 1, dates & times tba: NewAdventures in Sound Art. Sound TravelsFestival of Sound Art: SDUNDwalks. Thelistening "audience" moves through a place andthe environment "performs", creating a uniquepiece that can only occur during the time of thewalk. Begins at the clock tower near the ferryACCOMPANISTrequired for musicaltheatre performanceprogram.Central EtobicokeWednesdays 4:30 - 6:30 p.mBegins Sept 10Excellent sight reading skillsDependableCan make a commitment/hrContact:diane.relyea@sympatico.caor 416-237-9738Canadian Jazz Vocalist& Recording ArtistADI BRAUNNow accepting a limited number of newvoice and piano students-all styles and levels --preparation for exams & auditions -"Every singer on the planet should take at leastone vocal lesson from Adi Braun ... her techniqueisa wonder to behold." - Jamyz Bee, JAZZ FM91For more information please call 416. 651 . 8116adi@adibraun.com www.adibraun .com] ULY 1 - SEPT 7 2008 W W W. TH EWH O LEN OTE. COM 45

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