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Volume 16 Issue 9 - June 2011

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Classified Advertising | classad@thewholenote.comcreative: endeavourWant to present a Culture Daysactivity but don’t have a venue? Get afree space at the Toronto Public Library!Visit on.culturedays.ca for more info!On September 30, October 1 & 2, 2011, join Canadians in hundreds of cities andtowns across the country and participate in activities that celebrate the creativeexpression of your community. Culture Days features free, hands-on, interactive activitiesand “behind the scenes” experiences where you can get up close and discover aworld of artists, creators, historians, architects, curators and designers. Express the creative you!join the movement at on.culturedays.caFOR SALE … continuedFRENCH HORN: Prototype, Selmer doublehorn, made by Reynolds circa 1978. One ofa kind, excellent condition, wonderful sound.Suitable for professional player or advancedstudent. mjbuell@gmail.comMUSICIANS AVAILABLEBARD – EARLY MUSIC DUO playing recorderand virginal available to provide backgroundatmosphere for teas, receptions or other functions– greater Toronto area. For rates and infocall 905-722-5618 or email us atmhpape@interhop.netSERVICESACCOUNTING AND INCOME TAX SERVICEfor small business and individuals, to saveyou time and money, customized to meet yourneeds. Norm Pulker, B. Math. CMA.905-251-0309 or 905-830-2985.DO YOU HAVE PRECIOUS MEMORIES LOSTON OLD RECORDS, TAPES, PHOTOS etc?Recitals-gigs-auditions-air checks-family stuff.78’s-cassettes-reels-35mm slides-etc.ArtsMediaProjects will restore them on CD’s orDVD’s. Call George @ 416 910-1091PERFORMANCE ANXIETY? Overcome yourfears and maximize your performance! Workwith an Anxiety Management Therapist withmore than 20 years experience in the performingarts. For further information visitwww.shaunagrayemotion.caThe PERFORMING EDGE Performance enhancementtraining in tension management,concentration, goal setting, imagery. Individualizedto meet your performance situation.Kate F. Hays, practising clinical andperforming arts psychology. 416-961-0487,www.theperformingedge.comSUMMER RENTALSSummer Short Term Heritage Rentalnear Owen Sound, sand beach, summer festivals.Access to grand piano and Torontoapartment negotiable. No Smoking.416-222-7911. sweetwatermusicfestival.caVENUESARE YOU PLANNING A CONCERT or recital?Looking for a venue? Consider Bloor StreetUnited Church. Phone: 416-924-7439 x22Email: tina@bloorstreetunited.orgREHEARSE OR PERFORM IN A BRANDNEW FACILITY Lawrence Park CommunityChurch offers excellent performance andrehearsal spaces, for groups from small (anintimate music studio) to large (performanceapproximately 325) in our newly renovatedfacility. Ample free parking available. TTC.Geothermally heated and air conditioned! Forinformation contact Michael Larkin, 416-489-1551 ext 30 or email:michael@lawrenceparkchurch.ca,www.lawrenceparkchurch.caHATCH2012Where new performance begins.Call for Artist ProposalsHarbourfront Centre is currently accepting proposalsfrom Toronto-area artists and companies working in thefield of performance for the HATCH 2012 series.Companies and artists selected to participate in HATCHreceive a one-week residency in Harbourfront Centre’sStudio Theatre plus professional support and resources.There is no application fee.Deadline for Proposals: June 20, 5 p.m.Full requirements can be found atharbourfrontcentre.com/hatchFor info call 416-952-7969 or emailhatch@harbourfrontcentre.comWholeNote CLASSIFIEDS deliver!Sing out and reach exactlythe right audience.Only for 20 words, or with a box..20 for each additional word.Discounts for multiple insertionsDeadline is June 20 for classifieds in theJuly/August double issue.classad@thewholenote.comVenue RentalHeliconian Hall46 thewholenote.comJune 1 – July 7, 2011

Who is July andAugust’s Child?This poised little comedienne, alreadywith an appetite for primadonnaribbons and bows, is certainly notyour typical bathroom diva, and thissummer she’ll be part of a Stratfordcelebration, serenading the life ofThink you know who our mysteryPlease provide your mailing addressdraw among correct replies receivedSinging “The more we get together –the happier we’ll be!”1952, Braemore Gardens, Toronto.We Are All Music’s ChildrenJune’s Child Mayumi SeilerMJ BUELLMayumi Seiler and two of herconstant companions:a J.B. Guadagnini violin (circa 1740),and Kobe, the Jack Russell.Violinist Mayumi Seiler is the founderand artistic director of the Torontobasedchamber ensemble Via Salzburg,an instructor at the University of Torontoand the Glenn Gould School, and one quarterof the Seiler Quartet (with Midori Seiler,-chamber repertoire on the Hyperion, Virgin until the age of six, when her family movedformed when the sisters were little childrenand they toured extensively in Europe andformative studies at the University Mozart-of years in Germany and then moved to London,England and The Guildhall School ofgingcareer there until she moved to Toron-Mayumi, what does that childhood photomake you to think about?CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR WINNERS! HERE’S WHAT THEY WON — Clement Ng (Hamilton) and Stephen Erlichman (Toronto) both won a pair of tickets for Toronto Summer Music’sFORGOTTEN ROMANTICS (July 23 7:30pm), at Walter Hall. The celebrated Vienna Piano Trio joins forces withChristopher Costanza, Mark Fewer, and Mayumi Seiler for a concert of music by Moszkowski, Goldmark, and Spohr.The evening includes a 6:15 pre-concert talk by Dr. Robin Elliott: Three Studies in Fame and Obscurity. Tiiu Klein (Kleinburg) and Glenroy Alleyne (Oshawa) both won a pair of tickets for Via Salzburg’s firstconcert of the new season at the warm and intimate Rosedale United Church. THE REST IS SILENCE(October 14) will feature music of innovation, tradition, and inspiration: Debussy and Brahms usher in thevoice of Mark Richards, one of Canada’s fine young composers. viasalzburg.com Jeff Keff (Toronto) and Kwan-wah Inglis (Toronto) won Via Salzburg’s current recording VIA SALZBURG, VOLUME 3.Mayumi Seiler leads the Via Salzburg Chamber Orchestra, with guests Brian Manker, cello; Eliot Fisk, guitar;George Gao, erhu; Jaime Martin, flute; Ronald George, horns; Stephen Cameron, french horn; in works by Handel,Piazzolla, Haydn, Mozart and Gao.of my childhood in Japan, and howat the time – my sisters andit was as ordinary as learning to eatOther musicians or performers inyour family? Father and mother metwhile studying piano at Princetonand Juilliard, all four daughters areWhere did listening to music fitinto your life?house constantly, my parents hadpiano students coming in and outof our home and my older two sisters wereFirst memories of playing the violin? Gettingtuned up by my parents as a four year oldbefore a big concert with my two sisters in-for all these years and still comes to concertsMayumi Seiler will perform in Rising likethe Sun: a Japanese Earthquake ReliefFundraising Concert, with soprano MichikoHayashi, The Gladiolus Singers, and CoroSan Marco on June 16 (see listings).Read the full interview at thewholenote.com.Music’s Children gratefully acknowledges Marie, Douglas, Natasha, Luisa, Michael, Jennifer, Toronto Summer Music, and Via Salzburg.June 1 – July 7, 2011 thewholenote.com 47MICHAEL MACKENZIE

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