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Volume 15 Issue 9 - June 2010

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Baroque Summer

Baroque Summer FestivalJeanne Lamon, Music Director | Ivars Taurins, Director, Chamber ChoirFREE CONCERTS IN JUNEDelightfully BaroqueMonday June 7 at 8pmTrinity-St. Paul’s Centre, 427 Bloor W.The Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra & Chamber Choir, withsoloists Ann Monoyios, soprano & Rufus Müller, tenorProgramme includes: Vivaldi, Purcell, Bach, HandelMusical InterludeSaturday June 12 at 12pmWalter Hall, Faculty of Music, U of T, 80 Queen’s ParkA casual noon-hour recital of chamber musicperformed by members of the TBSI faculty.Programme includes: Bach/Weiss, Biber, Vivaldi, RameauThe TBSI Orchestras & ChoirsWednesday June 16 at 1pmWalter Hall, Faculty of Music, U of T, 80 Queen’s ParkDirected by Jeanne Lamon and Ivars Taurins and featuringTBSI participants • Programme includes: Lully, Telemann, BachPresented in conjunction with the Tafelmusik Baroque Summer InstituteTafelmusik Baroque Summer Institute sponsored byThe Grand FinaleSaturday June 19 at 7:30pmGrace Church on-the-Hill, 300 Lonsdale RdThe combined forces of the TBSI Orchestra, TafelmusikOrchestra, TBSI Choir and Tafelmusik Chamber Choir in abaroque extravaganza! Directed by Jeanne Lamon and IvarsTaurins. • Programme includes: Handel, Rameau, CharpentierTickets required for June 19. See admission details below.Free and general admission: Tickets for TheGrand Finale must be obtained in advance and will be available to thepublic on Friday, June 11 starting at 10 am in person only, at theTafelmusik Box Office at 427 Bloor Street West. Maximum of 2 ticketsper person. (Note: all tickets were given away within minutes last year!)Admission to Delightfully Baroque, Musical Interlude, and The TBSIOrchestras & Choirs is on a first-come, first-served basis. No ticketsare required. The doors open 15 minutes prior to each concert.Call 416.964.6337 for furtherinformation about any TBSF concertsOther Festival Events:Handel Israel in EgyptDirected by Ivars TaurinsFeaturing Tafelmusik Chamber ChoirMay 29 & June 1 at 7:30pm | May 30 at 2pmA choral tour de force, Handel employs the choir topaint vivid images of the Exodus on a musical canvasof massive proportions.Koerner Hall in the TELUS Centre atThe Royal ConservatoryTickets: 416.408.0208 | rcmusic.caDoors OpenTorontoSat May 29 &Sun May 30Doors Open Toronto – showcasingvenues of architectural, historic,cultural and/or social significance.Tafelmusik musicians will performat several of the sites around thecity during the two-day Science Sunday WorkshopsSun June 20Tafelmusik musicians lead participantsin an interactive exploration of baroquemusic and instruments. Free withadmission to the Ontario Science 1 Concert Sponsor:TBSI and TBSF also supported by:Thank you also to:Season Presenting SponsorHal JackmanFoundationFACULTY OF MUSIC

THETMVolume 15 No 9 | June 1 - July 7, 2010FOR OPENERS6. Who’s Coming to Town? | COLIN EATOCK7. Blogs and Online Stories | COLIN EATOCKFEATURES8. A Delicate Balance: Winona Zelenka | Colin eatock41. Ori’s Stories: “It’s That Old Devil June” | ori daganBEAT BY BEAT10. On Opera | Christopher Hoile18. Classical & Beyond | ALLAN PULKER20. In With the New | JASON VAN EYK21. World View | Karen Ages22. Bandstand | Jack MacQuarrie24. Early Music | Simone Desilets25. Choral Scene | Benjamin Stein26. Jazz Notes | jim gallowayLISTINGS28. Section A. Concerts in the GTA36. Section B. Beyond the GTA37. Section C. Summer Festivals40. Section D. In the Clubs (Mostly Jazz)44. Section E. Announcements Et CeteraMUSICAL LIFE47. We Are All Music’s Children | mJ buell48. Bookshelf | pamela margles62. Publisher’s Perch: Twin Primes | david perlmanDISCOVERIES49. Editor’s Corner | David Olds50. Vocal51. Early Music & Period Performance51. Classical & Beyond53. Modern & Contemporary54. Jazz & Improvized Music54. It’s our Jazz | Geoff chapman55. Extended Play: Combos | ken waxman56. Old Wine in New Bottles | bruce surteesmore6. Contact Information & Deadlines27. Index of Advertisers46. Classified AdsACD2 2533 ACD2 2528ATMA Classique celebrates the350th anniversary of the birth ofALESSANDRO SCARLATTIComplete Keyboard Works • Volume 2ALEXANDER WEIMANN ORGAN“With the help of his stupefyingtechnique, Weimann manages toenter into a true musical trance …that will leave you speechless.”— Classics Today FranceIn This Issue• World premiere recording •Vespro della beata VergineNEDERLANDS KAMERKOORNetherlands Chamber ChoirHarry van der Kamp CONDUCTORATMACLASSIQUE.COMSelect ATMA titles now on saleGREEN PAGESpages 11-16, 57-60ROB McCONNELLpage 26JUNE’S CHILDpage 47

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