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Volume 13 - Issue 9 - June 2008

... SECTION 6: Etcetera

... SECTION 6: Etcetera CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING* June 14 3:00: Lumina TD. Music Work·shop and Family Jam Session. Local art·ists work with families to make simplepercussion instruments out of recycledmaterials, followed by a How to Grow aFamily Band jam session using the instru ­ments created. Vichy Healthy Skin Centre,235 Queens Quay West. 416-872-1111 .* June 14 6:00-8:00: Bravo School ofMusic. Jam Session. Teens age 10-16 welcome.Bring your instrument (drums, guitar).Our instructors will help to set up your band.842 Yonge St., Ste. 200. 416-928-0330.Free.*To June 15, Sundays 12 noon-2pm:Worlds of Music Toronto. African HandDrumming. Led by Waleed Abdulhamid of Ra·dio Nomad.Trane Studio, 964 Bathurst St.416-588-8813. each session, pay-as-youplay.* June 18 7:30: Toronto Shapenote Singingfrom Sacred Harp. Beginners welcome.Music Room, Bloor Street United Church, 300Bloor St. W. (at Huron). 416- 922· 7997 orpleasancecrawford@rogers.com* June 24 8:00: Toronto Folk Singers'Club. An informal group that meets for thepurpose of performance & exchange of songs.Audiences are welcome. T ranzac Club, 292Brunswick Ave. 416-532-0900.* June 26 7:30: Toronto Early Music Centre.Vocal Circle. Recreational reading of earlychoral music. Ability to read music is desirablebut not essential. 212 Riverdale Ave. 416·920-5025. (non-members), members free.INSTRUCTIONEVE EGDYAN seeks advanced,committed piano students(emu@interlog.com or 416-894-6344)HARMONY/ RUDIMENTS LESSONSRCM exam preparation. Experienced RCMexaminer/music teacher. UofT musicgraduate. Down town Toronto location. ContactM. Molinari at 416-763-2236 orinfo@mariamolinari.comPIANO LESSONS: All ages, styles -beginner, classical, jazz, pop, RCM exams.Feel the joy of making music' Peter Ness,ARCT. 416-767-9747.THEORY, SIGHT-SINGING, EAR­TRAINING LESSONS: All grades, RCMexam prep (rudiments, harmony, history,counterpoint). Learning can be fun and easy'Peter Ness, ARCT. 416-767-9747.FOR SALEFOR SALE: Small library of cellomusic, individually or in its entirety. Solos,chamber music, methods, studies; someunused. Simone: 416-926-1578.STEINWAY & SON "B" GRAND.Purchased new in 1996. 6" 11" x 5"8"excellent condition, asking for K, call 416-723-8286.OUR LADY OF SORROWS CHURCH, ETOBICOKE, ONMusic Diiector Wanted. The successful candidate will be a RomanCatholic attentive to the liturgical norms of the General Instruction ofthe Roman Missal and its accompanying documents. Duties willinclude meeting with the parish clergy; planning and supervising allmusical activities in the parish; directing, accompanying, andrecruiting members for our SO-voice SATB Senior Choir; accompanyingthe Junior Choirs at Sunday liturgies; playing at Sunday liturgies andparish celebrations; weddings; coordination of funerals; preparing andsubmitting the annual music program and budget. An AssociateOrganist is already in place.Applicants must be familiar with a wide range of musical styles,from Gregorian Chant/Classical Polyphony to the present day. Inaddition, they will demonstrate expertise in playing our 2-manual,Casavant tracker, 25 stops, 35 ranks. The position also involvespreparing the publication of Choir Notes and contact with parishgroups and the wider community. The position is approximately 15hours per week.For further information please contact Our Lady of Sorrows Churchoffice at olosorrows@bellnet.ca or 416-231-6016MUSIC DIRECTORNorthminster United Church is seeking a skilled musician who isenergetic, creative, flexible and willing to work in a cooperativemanner with our Minister and Worship Team to plan and provide avariety of music that enhances our worship services.The successful candidate will be competent in playing piano, a 2-manual Casavant organ, and in directing SATB and youth choirs -and will be comfortable with a range of music from traditional tocontemporary and global, in a variety of instrumentations.Please send applications to Paul Studt, Northminster UnitedChurch, 255 Finch Ave. West, North York, ON. M2R1 M8. E-mail:nucmusic@gmail.com48 WWW. THE W HOLENOTE.COMSTEINWAY GRAND PIANO - 1927Hamburg Steinway model A, 6 ft. 2 in.Satin ebony finish. Visitwww.theoctavemc.com to view this rarepiano.MISCELLANEOUSARE YOU PLANNING A CONCERT orrecital? Looking for a venue? Consider BloorStreet United Church. Phone: 416-924-7439x22 Email: tina@ bloorstreetunited.orgMUSICIANSAVAILABLEBARD - EARLY MUSIC DUO playingrecorder and virginal available to providebackground atmosphere for teas, receptions orother functions - greater Toronto area. For ratesand info call 905 -722-5618 or email us atmhpape@interhop.netMUSIC FOR ALL OCCASIONS' Smallensembles, Dance Band, Big Band; CocktailHour, Dinner music, Concerts, Shows;Classical, Contemporary, Dixieland, Traditionaland Smooth Jazz' )SL Musical Productions905-276-3373.MUSICIANSWANTEDCHOIR LEADS REQUIREDGrace Church on-the-Hill,Toronto. Soprano 1 or 2 & Alto 2 Leads,St. Cecilia Choir (Tuesday eveningrehearsals); Countertenor Lead, Men'sChoir (Thursday evening rehearsals).Contact Melva Treffinger Graham,Director of Music. 416-488-7884 x 117. Adescription of our vibrant music programis available atwww.gracechurchonthehill.ca.JubilatesingersAU DI TI ONSDirector Isabel Bernaus leads a chamberchoir wilh an eclectic. mullilingualreoerloi re (from Cuba, Argentina, f s!Onia,fin land, Canada, Spain, france, Ge rm any;classica l, lraditional, co ntemporary),wilh a 3-concert seri es and occasionalcommunilY performances. Openings inall sections. Rehearsals are Tuesdays,730 pm at St. leonard's Church (you arewelcome ID sil in on a renearsal).www.jubilatesingers.caauditions Tues. June 10,Tues.Sept. 9 &Tues.Sept. 16St. Leonard's Church25 Wanless Avenue(near Yonge & Lawrence)Call 416-532-20 25 to arrange a time.REHEARSAL ACCOMPANISTNEEDED. Iris h Choral Society of Canadacommencing September '08. Tuesdayevening rehearsals, downtown Toronto.Three-concert series. Call 416-467-5961or email bjahnke@syrnpatico.ca for moreinformation.SINGERS WANTED! The IrishChoral Society of Canada is a communitySATE choir under the direction of KarenL.A. D'Aoust exploring sacred, secularand folk works centered around Irish andother Celtic themes. Rehearsals are heldTuesday evenings in downtown Toronto.We are currently auditioning experiencedsingers for all sections for our upcomingseventh concert season. Interestedsingers can book an audition or obtainfurther details by calling 416-467-5971 oremail bjahnke@sympatico.ca.SUZUKI PIANO TEACHER forestablished school. Must haveminimum Suzuki Book 1 accreditation tostart and be qualified for advanced students.Email resume to admin@northyorksuzuki.com.VOLUNTEER MUSICIANSWANTED for humanitarian fundraisingprojects: Vocals I Saxophones I TrumpetsI Trombones I Guitar I Piano I Bass IDrums I Violins. Andrew 416-712-2555www.sheratoncadwell.comSERVICESACCOUNTING AND INCOME TAX~ERVICE for small business and individuals,to save you time and money, customized to meetyour needs. Norm Pulker, B. Math. CMA. 905-251 -0309 or 905-830-2985.The PERFORMING EDGE Performanceenhancement training in tension management,concentration, goal setting, imagery.Individualized to meet your performancesituation. Kate F Hays, practising clinical andperforming arts psychology. 4 l 6-961-0487,www.theperlormingedge.comPRIVATE INVESTMENT ADVICEInvestment skills.Advice skills.Best of all, listening skills.Call Roel Olay,FCSI, CIM, FMA,Investment Advisor(416) 279-1471WaterhouseWealth or E•puiencePRIVATE CLIENT SERVICEStdwaterhouse.caTD Wmrhous~ Pr iv:ite li11rnmen t Advice 1s :i d1 vi110 11 olTD W:ue rhous~ C:rn ad:i Inc.. a rnbs1di.1 ry of The TorontoDomi111011 SJ11lt TD W,1terhouse C:i1uda Inc.1"1en1b e1 ClPf. TD W:ue1 house is :i 11 ~de-ma1 k ol theToro1110-D omi 1110 11 B:ink, med u11de1 licen H.• .] UNE 1 - ] U LY 7 2008

I Professional Services ILATE FILING YOUR TAXES?TAXES WEREN'T WHAT YOU EXPECTED?FACING AN AUDIT?l can help. I am a Toronto-area Chartered Accountantwith over 20 years' experience. I am also a musician,and understand the kind of tax issues musicians face.For an initial consultation, please emailJames Jones CA ASA:. accounts@jamesjonesca.caor visit www.jamesjonesca.ca.Release pain.Relax. Breathe. Move.jDr. Katarina Bulat a.sc. D.c r&~1us1c 1c1N,Chiropractor 416-461-1906Private practice. CmwcU & Danforth area.$ ? .;, NEED HELP WITH YOUR TAXES?Specializing in personal, business,partnership, and corporate tax returnsincluding prior years and adjustments.Call Norm Pulker905-830-2985npulker@rogers.comfax: 905-830-9810• free consultation• accurate work• pickup & deliveryarrangedthe business of the arts· fundraising· development· publicity· marketingIllLAURA A DL ERSwww.lauraad lers.comT: (416) 467-0634la u ra @la u raad lers.comWholeNote MarketPlaceWholeNote MarketPlacegets results - month after month!Call 416-323-2232, ext. 25EducationNORTH TORONTO INSTITUTE OF MUSICPrivate instruction and exam ~preparation by qualified teachersin the heart of Toronto.+ Piano + Voice + Guitar + Strings+ Woodwinds + Percussion + Theory+ Music Theatre + Pre-school550 Eglinton Avenue East416-488-2588 www.nlimusic.comPIANO KEYBOARD GUITAR VIOLIN FLUTE SAX CLARINET DRUMSMUJi~~i~ioL 416-224-5590GJYAMAHAwww.yamahamusicschool.ca/?ona/d /?. /?andTeacher of Voice froduction for5peaking and Classical 5inging2:,+ Ro_yal York Rd. +16-255-5982EducationPIANO LESSONS• Over 40 years in business.• Any level and age.• Extremely effective, low-costpreparation for RCM exams,. competitions, concerts, etc.~.J • From for Y, hour.rl • Immediate results, or you don't pay!Vladimir Dounin 416-321-56271bethebestinmusic@yahoo.comLove To Sing?•All styles •All Levels • Beginnersand Children welcome • Excellentfor public speakers, actors, etc.Breathe new life into your voice with a unique andsensible kinesthetic approach to vocal pedagogy.Call Pattie Kelly for private lessons: 905-271-6896info@vocalsense.ca www.voca lsense.caCLAIM YOUR VOICEOrganic and functional vocal training togain access to your full range, resonanceand vocal freedom. For singers, publicspeakers, teachers, clergy, or if you justwant to enjoy using your voice.Sue Crowe ConnollyHamilton Studio Toronto Studio905-5441302 416-523-1154MAESTRO DANIEL*Twenty years teaching Classical Vocal Techniquein Toronto* Specialty: Training and developing the large operaticvoice, "a dying breed" according to the ,---·--·--·-··-,N.Y. Times, Nov. 5, 2005* Vocal rehabilitation: Removing andrepairing faulty vocal habits* Guaranteed results*416- 927-9800 www.nscvs.comCommensal Vegetarian RestaurantLive Jazz Friday and Saturday Evenings655 Bay St. (entrance on Elm Street)Validated Parking after 6pm 416-596-9364-www.commensal.caHOLD YOUR NEXT RECITALbeliconian ballA beautiful restored Carpenter's Gothic board and batten churchbuilding in the heart ofYorkville can be rented at reasonablerates 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: 416-922-2431JUNE 1-J ULY72008Recording & Mastering.Great live room in old movie theatre.Yamaha Grand Piano. Hammond M3& Leslie Milestone Drums. per hour 416.467.9597www.studio92canada.comCall for a coffee and tourLJl!llm~-~WWW. THEWHOLENOTE,COMKENSINGTON CARPETS INC.DIRECT IMPORTERS/LIQUIDATORSPersian, Indian, Chinese, Pakistani and Broadloom• Add beauty and warmth to your room• Looks great under your piano• Absorbs sound - music sounds better• Enhances your ability to perform• Up to 75% off. Shop around and com~are!193 Baldwin St., Toronto 416-260-1144Cheeses from around the world,meats, groceries, dry goodsgift baskets ...Everything you needfor reception planning.416-364-7397www.pasqualebros.com16 Goodrich Rd., Etobicoke(south of Bloor, west off Islington)I

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