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Volume 16 Issue 8 - May 2011

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The Choral“Right

The Choral“Right Stuff”BENJAMIN STEINWhat Doth a Good Choral Singer Make?Many an eminent philosopher has pondered this question. Mostthe universe. But how many philosophers took the time to engage in The WholeNote week is a good option as well. your notes regularly and even spend time de facto two simple rules:Be on time.Know your music.10 thewholenote.comMay 1 – June 7, 2011

Toronto Jewish Folk Choir, Massey Hall, 1936. The banners(in Yiddish) left to right, say: Be a member in the JewishWorkers Culture Centre; Build the proletarian culture front. The WholeNotePHOTO TJFC ARCHIVESTwo Very Special Concerts Derek Holman.Night Music while in the Toronto MendelssohnNight MusicBenjamin Stein is a Toronto tenor and theorbist. He canbe contacted at choralscene@thewholenote.com.PHOTO DAVID FALLISSt. Michael’s Choir SchoolPresentsA Choral CelebrationThree choirs of 260 vibrant young men pay tribute toCanadian composers in an annual spring concert.Works by John E. Ronan,T. Barrett Armstrong, Barrie Cabena, Eleanor Daley,Tomáš Dušatko, Srul Irving Glick, Ruth WatsonHenderson, Rupert Lang, Imant Raminsh, Peter Togniand Healey Willan among others. St. Michael’s Cathedral65 Bond StreetToronto, ONFree will offering.For information please visit our website:www.smcs.on.ca or call (416) 393-5518.May 1 – June 7, 2011 thewholenote.com 11

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