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Volume 14 - Issue 7 - April 2009

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' ' ~ .Discover the joy of singing!$ing -with the High Park ChoirsAuditions May 2, 2009Runnymede United ChurchEarly Bird Choir Training Choir Children's Choir Senior Choir(ages 5 - 7) (ages 7 - 10) (ages 9 - 13) (ages 12 - 18)Outstanding vocal development• Music theory for all choristersWarm, encouraging atmosphere • Weekly rehearsals in the High Park areaOpen rehearsals April 21 & 23Participate in warmups andtry out repertoireMeet our artistic andadministrative staff~A great way to try out the choirbefore your auditionPlease RSVP to (416) 762-0657or info@highparkchoirs.org toreserve your spotThe High Park Choirs of TorontoZimfira Poloz, Artistic Director & ConductorMargaret Stanfield & Marina Filippova, ConductorsFormoreinfo1·mat1onCall: (416) 762-0657Email: mfo@highparkchoirs.orgVisit: ww·w.h1ghpa1kcho1rs org~I Q ONTARIOARTSCOUNCIL1 Uwm rjTrrc11.tc ~ CONSEIL DES ARTS DE t'ONTARIOIDouble Reed ExhibitionOn Monday, April 13'h at Long & McQuadeFeaturing: Ludwig Frank oboes1~ Miinnig oboe d'amore and English horns ., 'I ~Oscar Adler oboes~I 1, Miinnig bassoons~ 1 Place: Long & McQuade Clinic Hallb 1935 Bloor St. WTime: 4:00pm -9:00pm~~~v . fAdmission: FREE JJ_'~~·-~!!~-~-_\fJ....IILong & McQuadeMUSICAL INSTRUMENTS•w w w. Ion g - m c quad e. cornTORONTO SINFONif;TTA\CHOPIN PIANO COMPETITIONfor young musicians (under 16, 16 to 21)1 •Celebrate the 2001:h birthday ofFryderyk Chopin - win the cJ,anceto perform with our professionalorchestra at a Gala concertFor applications and information pleasevisit www.torontosinfonietta.comApplications deadline June 30, 2009. .. SECTION 4: ... etceteraYork University, 4700 Keele St. 416-736-2100x22926. Free.• April 18 2:00-4:00: Long & McDuade.Master class with Douglas Yeo, bass trombone,Boston Symphony Orchestra. 933 Bloor St.West. 416-588-7886. Free.• April 19 2:00-5:30: Singing Studio of DeborahStaiman. Master class in musical theatre/auditionpreparation. See April 5.* April 26 2:00-5:30: Singing Studio of DeborahStaiman. Master class in musical theatre/auditionpreparation. See April 5.*May 3 2:00-5:30: Singing Studio of DeborahStaiman. Master class in musical theatre/audition preparation. See April 5.WORKSHOPS* April 4 10:00am: Canadian Friends His·torical Association. Singing to Freedom -Negro Spirituals in the United States and Canada.Two workshops presented by Dr. J. Lan Ye, mezzo-soprano,pianist, conductor & Negro spiritualspecialist. Morning workshop and lunch at thehistoric Yonge Street Meetinghouse, south ofDavis Drive, Newmarket. Afternoon workshopand 7:30pm choral perfonnance at PickeringCollege, 16945 Bayview Avenue, Newmarket.Pre-registration required: 905-898-8119.* April 51:00-3:00: Worlds of Music Toronto.African Drumming with Waleed Abdulhamid.Workshop in djembe hand-drumming, introducinga variety of rhythms and songs from across Afri·ea. African Drums & Arts Crafts, 618 DundasSt. West.416-588-8813 x 1. per workshop.* April 51:30-4:00: Toronto Early MusicPlayers Organization. Interconnectedness.The relationship between 16th-century Englishand Gennan consorts & 20th-century tonal consortwriting. Led by Colin Savage, perfonner ofrecorder & clarinet. Bring your early instrumentsand stand; music available at the door. LansingUnited Church, 49 Bogert Ave. 705-653-5480,416-537-3733. .* April 5 1 :30-3:30: Worlds of Music Toronto.GIJfJrgian Singing with Andrea Kuzmich. Experiencethe distinctive polyphonic singing of CaucasusGeorgia through songs in diverse regionalstyles and a depth of repertoire in this remarkablechoral tradition. M-DO, 355 College St., 3rd floor.416-588-8813 x1. per workshop.* April 12 1 :00-3:00: Worlds of Music To·ronto. African Drumming with Waleed Abdulhamid.See April 5. continuesAttention: Choirs, Orchestras, Bands!!Perform at your best in Vienna,The World Capital of Music!Plan with us one of a kind tour with outstanding performances inprestigious and historically significant venues where much of theclassical music repertoire was performed for the first time and whererenowned musicians rose to fame.Appreciative audiences at your performances, creative, well organizeditineraries including deluxe busses, tour managers throughout, andinspiring educational excursions, guided by multilingual licensedprofessionals, will make your tour with us a cultural immersion and aonce in a lifetime experience.The Golden Hall of the Vienna Musikverein, world renowned for itsoutstanding acoustics and the annual New Year's Concert of the ViennaPhilharmonic Orchestra, could be your stage at most of these festivals:• Spring Music Festival in Vienna with the Vienna Boys' ChoirFeb/March 2010, Musikverein; www.austrianfestivals.at• World Choral Festival with the Vienna Boys' Choir,June 23-27, 2009, June 21-25, 2010, Musikverein; www.austrianfestivals.at• Summa Cum Laude International Youth Music Festival & Competitionin Vienna, July 4-8, 2009; July 3-7, 201 O; July 2-6, 2011 Musikvereinwww.sclfestival.org• Youth and Music in Vienna, International Festival and Competition,July 11-14, 2009; July 10-13, 2010, Austria Centre; www.austrianfestivals.atVienna is the ideal gateway to Europe!After your memorable entry into the music world of Vienna, discover moreof Europe! Your tour with us will include more performances in interestingvenues while you get to know musically important cities such as Salzburg,Eisenstadt, Budapest, Prague, Leipzig, Dresden, Berlin, to name a few.Viennawww.vienna.info~~rIt is easy to get to Vienna non-stop onAustrian Airlines and Air Transat.For program suggestions call:Wally HauptPauwels Travel Bureau95 Dalhousie StreetBrantford, Ontario, Canada N3T 2J1Tel. Toronto: 416-252-4233E-Mail: wally.haupt@sympatico.caOnt. Reg. #103499248 WWW . THEWHOLENOTE.COM APRI L 1 - M AY 7 2009

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