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Volume 17 Issue 9 - June 2012

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theWholeNote 2012 SUMMER MUSIC GUIDEBayfield Festival of SongJune 2 to June 10Bayfield, ON416-735-7982 or 519-565-5600www.aldeburghconnection.orgAll concerts at Town Hall, on the south side ofClangregor Square, Bayfield.• June 2 11:00am: Coffee Concert: Schubertin the Morning. Andrea Cerswell, soprano; AlexandraBeley, mezzo; Andrew Haji, tenor; DavidRoth, baritone; Stephen Ralls and Bruce Ubukata,piano. ; (st).• June 2 8:00: Upstairs/Downstairs. VirginiaHatfield, soprano; Megan Latham, mezzo; GeoffreySirett, baritone; Stephen and Bruce Ubukata,piano. .• June 3 2:30: Diamonds for a Queen. AndreaCerswell, soprano; Alexandra Beley, mezzo; AndrewHaji, tenor; David Roth, baritone; StephenRalls and Bruce Ubukata, piano. ; (st).• June 7 4:00: Singers’ Masterclass with sopranoAdrianne Pieczonka. .• June 8 8:00: Celebrity Recital. AdriannePieczonka, soprano; Laura Tucker, mezzo; StephensRalls, piano. .• June 9 11:00am: Coffee Concert: Wish youwere here. Andrea Cerswell, soprano; AlexandraBeley, mezzo; Andrew Haji, tenor; DavidRoth, baritone; Stephen Ralls and Bruce Ubukata,piano.; (st).• June 9 8:00: Celebrity Recital. AlexanderDobson, baritone; Stephen Ralls, piano. .• June 10 2:30: Diamonds for a Queen. AndreaCerswell, soprano; Alexandra Beley, mezzo; AndrewHaji, tenor; David Roth, baritone; StephenRalls and Bruce Ubukata, piano. ; (st).Brott Music FestivalJune 3 to August 16Burlington, Hamilton and Ancaster, ON905-525-7664www.brottmusic.comSCAC – St. Christopher’s Anglican Church,662 Guelph Line, BurlingtonMCMPAC – Mohawk College, McIntyre PerformingArts Centre, 135 Fennell Avenue West,HamiltonSJAC – St. John’s Anglican Church, 272 WilsonStreet East, AncasterRBG – Royal Botanical Gardens, 680 PlainsRoad West, BurlingtonRC – Redeemer College, 777 Garner Road East,AncasterFor reserved seating, add to the ticket price.• June 3 7:30: The Beauty of Brahms in BurlingtonSeries (1 of 5): Martin Plays Mendelssohn.Mendelssohn: Violin Concerto in e;Scottish Symphony No.3. Martin Beaver, violin;National Academy Orchestra, Boris Brott,conductor. SCAC. ; (sr); (st).• June 8 7:30: The Beauty of Brahms in BurlingtonSeries (2 of 5): A Double of Brahms.Brahms: Double Concerto in a; Symphony No.4in e; Beethoven: Fidelio Overture. YehonatanBerick, violin; Rachel Mercer, cello; NationalAcademy Orchestra, Boris Brott, conductor.SCAC. ; (sr); (st).• June 15 7:30: The Beauty of Brahms in BurlingtonSeries (3 of 5): Serenaded by Strauss.Strauss: Four Last Songs; Symphony No.1. LeslieAnn Bradley, soprano; National Academy Orchestra,Boris Brott, conductor. SCAC. ;(sr); (st).• June 23 7:30: The Beauty of Brahms in BurlingtonSeries (4 of 5): Crow Plays Brahms.Brahms: Violin Concerto; Symphony No.2 in D.S. Summer FestivalsJonathan Crow, violin; National Academy Orchestra,Boris Brott, conductor. SCAC. ;(sr); (st).• June 29 7:30: The Beauty of Brahms in BurlingtonSeries (5 of 5): Remembering a Master.Grieg: Piano Concerto in a; Forsythe:Ukazlawa; Brahms: Symphony No.4 in e.Anastasia Rizikov, piano; National Academy Orchestra,Boris Brott, conductor. SCAC. ;(sr); (st).• July 5 7:30: Lisiecki and Goulet. M. Goulet(in collaboration with five other composers):Dance Mix: Symphonic Dances by 6Composers; Schumann: Piano Concerto in a.Jan Lisiecki, piano; National Academy Orchestra;Boris Brott, conductor. MCMPAC. ;(sr); (st).• July 7 7:30: Rock the Night Away: Jeansn’Classics. Symphonic arrangements of hits byrock bands Kiss and Queen with revival bandJeans n’Classics. National Academy Orchestra,Boris Brott, conductor. MCMPAC. ;(sr); (st). Dressing up encouraged.• Festival continues: listings for July 14 toAugust 16 will appear in our combined July/Augustissue.Domaine Forget, LeMay 19 to September 1Domaine Forget, 5 Saint-Antoine St., Saint-Iréné, QC418-452-3535www.domaineforget.comAll concerts at Françoys-Bernier Concert Hall,Domaine Forget campus, 5 Saint-Antoine St.,Saint-Iréné, QC.• June 15 8:00: Sparkling Brass. Works byBarber, Copland, Delerue, Legrand and Pärt.Members of Domaine Forget brass faculty..• June 16 8:00: The Famous Beethoven 5th!Beethoven: Ah! Perfido, Symphony No.4, SymphonyNo.5. Les Violons du Roy; Lyne Fortin,soprano; Bernard Labadie, conductor. .• June 22 8:00: Tribute to Simon and Garfunkel.Valérie Milot, harp; Antoine Bareil andDominic Guilbeault, violins; Marjolaine Goulet,horn ; Dominic Girard, double bass. .• June 23 8:00: Emmanuel Pahud and hisFriends. Reinecke: Sextet for Winds Op.271;Raff: Sinfonietta Op.188; Taffanel: Quintet;Janáček: Mladi. Emmanuel Pahud, flute; LesVents Français (Domaine Forget woodwind faculty).• June 29 8:00: Beethoven and Debussy: Colorsand Imagination. Debussy: Syrinx; Prélude àl`après-midi d’un faune; Petite suite pour flûte,clarinet and piano; Mouquet: Sonate Op.15“La Flûte de Pan”; Beethoven: Octet in E-flat.Susan Hoeppner and Jacinthe Forand, flute;Denise Pépin, piano; members of Domaine Forgetwoodwind faculty. .• June 30 8:00: The Great Hits from the 60s tothe 80s Revisited. John Pizarelli Quartet; JessicaMolaskey, vocals. .• July 6 8:00: AV Input/Output, RUBBERBAN-Dance Group. Hip-hop, modern and classicaldance fusion. .• July 7 8:00: The Two Most Prestigious GuitarDuos of the International Scene Reunited atLe Domaine Forget. Bach: Suite française No.5BWV816; Debussy: Claire de lune; Castelnuovo-Tedesco: Les guitars bien tempérées Op.199(excerpts); Guiliani: Variations ConcertantesOp.13. Lorenzo Micheli, Matteo Mela, SergioAssad, Odair Assad, guitars. .• Festival continues: listings for July 13 toAugust 10 will appear in our combined July/Augustissue.Huntsville Festival of the ArtsJuly 6 to August 22Huntsville, ON705-789-4975www.huntsvillefestival.on.caAll concerts at the Algonquin Theatre, 37 MainSt. E., Huntsville.• July 6 8:00: Anagnoson & Kinton. PianoDuo. ; (sr); (youth).• July 7 8:00: Harry Manx’s World Affair. East/West musical fusion. Harry Manx, blues/folkguitar, mohan veena, vocals; Clayton Doley,keyboard; Yeshe Reiners, mbira (and other instruments);Kiran Ahluwalia, vocals. ;(sr); (youth).• Festival continues: listings for July 11 toAugust 22 will appear in our combined July/Augustissue.Leith Summer FestivalJune 30 to August 25Leith, ON1-888-446-7699 or 519-371-2833www.leithfestival.caAll concerts at Historic Leith Church, 419134Tom Tomson Ln., Leith.• June 30 7:30: The Book of Love. PatriciaO’Callaghan, soprano; Monica Whicher, mezzo;Robert Kortgaard, piano; Andrew Downing,bass. ; (st with ID).• Festival continues: listings for July 14 toAugust 25 will appear in our combined July/Augustissue.LuminatoJune 8 to June 17Toronto, ON416-368-4849www.luminato.comUnless otherwise noted in listings below, phonenumber for ticket purchases is 416-368-4849.ET – Enwave Theatre, Harbourfront Centre,231 Queen’s Quay WestFS – Festival Stage, David Pecaut Square, 55John StreetKH – Koerner Hall, 273 Bloor Street WestMH – Massey Hall, 178 Victoria StreetRTH – Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe StreetSC – Sony Centre for the Performing Arts, 1Front Street East• June 8 6:00: Einstein on the Beach: An Operain Four Acts by Robert Wilson and Philip Glass.SC. –$175. Also June 9(6pm) and 10(3pm).• June 8 7:30: Laura’s Cow: The Legend ofLaura Secord. Music by E. Gay; libretto byM.P. Albano. Ann Cooper Gay, conductor. ET.416-973-4000. ; (sr); (st). AlsoJune 9(mat and eve) and 10(mat and eve). Copresentedwith Canadian Children’s OperaCompany.• June 8 8:00: K’naan with Kae Sun. Hip-hopartist with singer-songwriter. FS. Free.• June 9 10:00am: Stewart Goodyear: TheBeethoven Marathon – Concert #1. PianistStewart Goodyear performs all 32 Beethovensonatas in one day. Sonatas Nos.1–11, 19 and20. KH. –(per concert). Concert #2at 3pm; Concert #3 at 8:30pm. Co-presentedwith the Royal Conservatory.• June 9 2:00: Laura’s Cow: The Legend ofLaura Secord. Also 7:30. See June 8.• June 9 2:00: McArtha Lewis aka CalypsoRose, vocals, and Ernest Ranglin, guitar.FS. Free.• June 9 3:00: Stewart Goodyear: TheBeethoven Marathon – Concert #2. SonatasNos.12–18, 21–23. See 10:00am.• June 9 6:00: Einstein on the Beach: An Operain Four Acts by Robert Wilson and Philip Glass.See June 8.• June 9 7:30: Laura’s Cow: The Legend ofLaura Secord. See June 8.• June 9 8:00: Kobo Town. Trinidadian-Canadianreggae-calypso group. FS. Free.• June 9 8:30: Stewart Goodyear: TheBeethoven Marathon – Concert #3. SonatasNos.24–32. See 10:00am.• June 9 9:00: Michael Rose. Reggae singer.FS. Free.• June 9 10:30pm: TSO Goes Late Night:Shostakovich Symphony 11. Shostakovich:Symphony No.11 “The Year 1905.” TorontoSymphony Orchestra, Peter Oundjian, conductor.RTH. 416-593-4828 or 416-593-0688(Chinese).–. Audience-wide party withTSO musicians and live music to follow. Co-presentedwith the TSO.• June 10 2:00: Debo Band. Nine-piece Ethiopeangroove collective. FS. Free.• June 10 2:00: Laura’s Cow: The Legend ofLaura Secord. Also 7:30. See June 8.• June 10 3:00: Abyssinian Roots. Africanmusic ensemble. FS. Free.• June 10 3:00: Einstein on the Beach: AnOpera in Four Acts by Robert Wilson and PhilipGlass. See June 8.• June 10 7:30: Laura’s Cow: The Legend ofLaura Secord. See June 8.• June 10 8:00: The Rufus Songbook. Wainwright’ssongs, interpreted by Krystle Warren,Teddy Thompson, Royal Wood, AlejandraRibera, Sarah Slean and Andrew Rodriguez.FS. Free.• June 10 9:00: Rufus Wainwright. Canadianpremiere of all 12 tracks from the artist’s newrelease, “Out of the Game,” featuring an eightpieceband. FS. Free.• June 11 8:00: Nomadic Massive. Internationalhip-hop group. FS. Free.• June 11 9:00: Deltron. Rap/hip-hop/electronictrio. FS. Free.• June 12 8:00: Fatoumata Diawara. WestAfrican singer and multi-instrumentalist. FS.Free.June 12 9:00: AfroCubism. Malian group.FS. Free.• June 13 8:00: Loreena McKennitt, singer/harpist/accordionist, and Jayme Stone, banjoist.FS. Free.• June 14 8:00: Michael Franti & Spreahead,and Quique Escamilla, singer/songwriter.FS. Free.• June 15 7:30: Love Over and Over: TheSongs of Kate McGarrigle. Friends and familygather to celebrate the life and work of thesinger-songwriter. MH. –0.• June 15 8:00: Telmary. Rapper and jazzpoet. FS. Free.• June 15 9:00: Jovanotti. Singer-songwriterand rapper. FS. Free.• June 16 2:00: Dan Mangan. Folk singersongwriter.FS. Free.• June 16 3:30: Kathleen Edwards. Singersongwriter.FS. Free.• June 16 8:00: Lemon Bucket Orkestra. Thirteen-piecebalkan-klezmer-gypsy-punk fusionband. FS. Free.• June 16 9:00: Shantel and the Bucovina ClubOrkestar. Gypsy-influenced Balkan music fusedwith hip-hop, rock and reggae. FS. Free.• June 17 3:00: Kevin Fox. Singer-songwriterand multi-instrumentatlist. FS. Free.• June 17 4:00: Ohbijou. Indie band with folk,pop and bluegrass influences. FS. Free.• June 17 7:00: Symphonic Finale at the Hub:54 thewholenote.com June 1 – July 7, 2012

Concert by the Toronto Symphony Orchestra.Tchaikovsky: 1812 Overture; Glass: Overturefor 2012 (world premiere). Peter Oundjian, conductor.FS. Free.Midland’s Summer SerenadeJuly 6 to August 10Midland, ON705-528-0521www.brooksidemusic.com• July 6 8:00: Sinfonia Toronto. Nurhan Arman,director. St. Paul’s United Church, 308King St., Midland. ; (sr); free(under 13).• Festival continues: listings for July 13 toAugust 10 will appear in our combined July/Augustissue.Montreal Baroque FestivalJune 21 to June 24Montreal, QC514-845-7171 or 1-866-845-7171www.montrealbaroque.comAGB – Auberge Saint-Gabriel, 426 St-GabrielStreetDF – Darling Foundry, 745 Ottawa StreetECB – Ernest-Cormier Building, 100 Notre-Dame StreetIH – Intercontinental Hotel, 360 St-AntoineStreet WestMB – Marché Bonsecours, 300 St-Paul StreetEastNDdBS – Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours Chapel,400 St-Paul Street EastPdV – Place des Vestiges, 333 de la CommuneStreet• June 21 7:30: Grand Opening Gala. Studiode musique ancienne de Montréal; EnsembleMasques & Andréanne Brisson Paquin;Les Boréades & les Jardins Chorégraphiques;Ensemble Proemio & Joel Gonzales. DF.–.• June 22 9:30pm: Trumpets of the Apocalypse.Works by Biber, Schmelzer and Vejvanovsy.Jean-François Madeuf and GrahamNicholson, trumpets; Les Voix Humaines Consort.ECB. –.• June 22 9:30pm: Beowulf. Benjamin Bagby,voice and harp. ASG. –.• June 23 10:00am: Mascherata: A plague O’Both Your Houses. Per Sonare Ensembles. IH.–.• June 23 12:00: Catastrophic Songs. EnsembleEya. IH. –.• June 23 2:30: Carrousel Du Roy. Lully. Horsesfrom the Equimagie stables; dancers ofLes Jardins choréographiques; Jean-FrançoisMadeuf and Graham Nicholson, trumpets;the Bande des vents Montréal Baroque. PdV.–.• June 23 5:30: Graupner: Last Words ofChrist on the Cross. Les Idées Heureuses. NDd-BS. –.• June 23 7:30: Ordo Virtutum. Von Bingen.Ensembles Scholastica & Deus ex machine.NDdBS. –.• June 23 9:30pm: Amor Y Guerra. AlkemiaEnsemble. IH. –.• June 24 7:00am: Haydn: Last Wordsof Christ. Quatuor Franz-Hoseph. NDdBS.–.• June 24 2:00: Six Visions of the Apocalypse.Works by Bach, Corelli, Palestrina and Satie.Flûte Alors! MB. –.• June 24 4:00: Apocalypse & Revelations.Beethoven: Pathétique, Moonlight and TempestSonatas. Tom Beghin, fortepiano. MB.–.• June 24 7:30: Der Tag des Gerichts: The Dayof Judgement. Telemann. Ensemble Caprice andchorus. NDdBS. –.Music and BeyondJuly 4 to July 15Ottawa, ON613-241-0777www.musicandbeyond.caDiamond Pass – 0 (includes priority seatingto all events, excluding “Music and Dining,”July 13)Festival Passport – 0; (st); does not includeentry into Festival Plus Concerts3-Day Pass – ; (st); does not includeentry into Festival Plus ConcertsFestival Plus Concert – prices as indicated; discountedprice with Festival Passport.CASM – Canadian Aviation and Space Museum,11 Aviation ParkwayDCUC – Dominion Chalmers United Church,344 Cooper StreetKPC – Knox Presbyterian Church, 120 LisgarStreetMKUC – MacKay United Church, 39 DufferinRoadNAC – National Arts Centre, Southam Hall, 53Elgin StreetOTHSA – Ottawa Technical High School Auditorium,440 Albert StreetSAC – St. Andrew’s Church, 82 Kent StreetSBC – St. Barnabas Church, 70 James StreetTH – Tabaret Hall, Ottawa University, 550Cumberland Street• July 4 8:00: Opening Gala. Handel: Zadokthe Priest; Korngold: Glück, das mir verlieb;Bizet: Toreodor Song; Verdi: O patria mia;Lehàr: Meine Lippen sie küssen so heis; andother works. Yannick-Muriel Noah, soprano;James Westman, tenor; Alexandre da Costa,violin; Stéphane Lemelin, piano; MenahemPressler, piano; Theatre of Early Music; andothers. Daniel Taylor, conductor. DCUC. FestivalPlus Concert: –; – withFestival Passport.• July 5 8:45am: Pre-Concert Yoga. With VeroniqueParadis. DCUC. –; free withFestival Passport.• July 5 10:00am: Coffee Concert: Four Centuriesof Bach. Bach: Trio BWV527; Sonata forViolin in E; Three Chorale Preludes; Sonata forOboe BWV1030a. John Abberger, oboe; AdrianButterfield, violin; Amanda Keesmaat, cello;Luc Beausejour, harpsichord. TH. –;free with Festival Passport.• July 5 12:00: Fine Arts Quartet. Haydn:Quartet Op.74 No.2; Dohnanyi: Quartet No.2Op.15; Zimbalist: Quartet. DCUC. –;free with Festival Passport.• July 5 8:00: A Lover and His Lass. Works byMozart, Schumann, Britten, Rossini, VaughanWilliams and Bernstein. Wallis Giunta, mezzo;John Brancy, baritone; Peter Dugan, piano.DCUC. –; free with Festival Passport.• July 5 8:00: Music and Dance. Explorationof the link between music and dance, fromthe Baroque to present time. Sonia Rodriguez,Piotr Stanczyk, Marie-Nathalie Lacoursière andMickael Bouffart, dancers; Yehonatan Berick,violin; Paul Marleyn, cello; Daniel Bolshoy, guitar;Marie Bouchard, harpsichord. OTSHA.–; free with Festival Passport.• July 5 8:00: The Lord of the Rings: TheFellowship of the Ring in Concert. HowardShore’s score performed by the National ArtsCentre Orchestra. NAC. –5(availableonly at NAC Box Office: 613-947-7000 x620);Festival pass holders receive 10% discount.Presented by the NAC July 5 11:00pm: RachmaninoffPiano Trios. Rachmaninoff: Trio ÉlégiacNo.1 in g; Trio Élégiac No.2 in d. AriannaJuly 18 – August 12, 2012Welcome to the 33 rdFestival of the Sound.We invite you to take partin our 10th Season at theCharles W. Stockey Centrefor the Performing Artsin Parry Sound —on beautifulGeorgian Bay.James CampbellArtistic DirectorCall or visit the Festival of the SoundBox Office for tickets and information.42 James Street, Parry Sound705.746.2410 or 1.866.364.0061Or visit our website for online ticket sales.www.festivalofthesound.caOnline Ticket Sales or Call 1.866.364.0061Where the world’sgreat musicianscome to play.theWholeNote 2012 SUMMER MUSIC GUIDEJune 1 – July 7, 2012thewholenote.com 55

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