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Volume 18 Issue 9 - June/July/August 2013

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The WholeNote listings

The WholeNote listings are arranged in four sections:A.GTA (Greater Toronto Area) covers all of Torontoplus Halton, Peel, York and Durham regions.B.Beyond the GTA covers many areas of Southern Ontariooutside Toronto and the GTA. In the current issue, thereare listings for events in Barrie, Brantford, Cobourg,Dundas, Guelph, Hamilton, Kingston, Kitchener, Lindsay, London,Midland, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Orangeville, Stratford andWaterloo. Starts on page 47.C.In the Clubs (Mostly Jazz)is organized alphabetically by club.Starts on page 51.D.The EtCeteras is for galas, fundraisers, competitions,screenings, lectures, symposia, masterclasses, workshops,singalongs and other music-related events (exceptperformances) which may be of interest to our readers.Starts on page 54.SUMMER FESTIVals is organized alphabetically byfestival name, including festivals in the GTA and beyond:Ontario, Quebec and the Maritimes. Starts on page 68.A general word of caution. A phone number is providedwith every listing in The WholeNote — in fact, we won’t publisha listing without one. Concerts are sometimes cancelled or postponed;artists or venues may change after listings are published.Please check before you go out to a concert.How to List. Listings in The WholeNote in the four sections aboveare a free service available, at our discretion, to eligible presenters.If you have an event, send us your information no later than the8th of the month prior to the issue or issues in which your listing iseligible to appear.listiNGS DEADLINE. The next issue covers the period fromSeptember 1, 2013 to October 7, 2013. All listings must be receivedby 6pm Thursday August 8.Listings can be sent by e-mail to orby fax to 416-603-4791 or by regular mail to the address on page 6.We do not receive listings by phone, but you can call 416-323-2232x27 for further information.listings zone map. Visit our website to see a detailed versionof this map: 42 15Lake Erie8City of TorontoLISTINGSLake OntarioA. Concerts in the GtaIN THIS ISSUE: Burlington, Courtice, Georgetown, Mississauga,Newmarket, Oakville, Thornhill and Unionville.Saturday June 1●●1:00: Waterfront Blues. 9th Annual BluesFestival. 24th Street Wailers (1:00); ScottMcCord & the Bonafide Truth (3:00); AlexisP. Suter Band (5:00); Fathead (7:00); EugeneHideaway Bridges (9:00). Woodbine Park(Coxwell Ave. and Lake Shore Blvd. E.), 1681Lake Shore Blvd. E. 416-996-8713. Free. Festivalcontinues Jun 2 (noon to 8pm).●●1:30: Mirvish Productions. The Wizardof Oz. Music by Arlen; lyrics by Harburg;with additional new songs by A. L. Webber(music) and T. Rice (lyrics). Danielle Wade(Dorothy); Cedric Smith (Professor Marvel/Wizard); Lisa Horner (Miss Gulch/WickedWitch of the West); Mike Jackson (Hickory/Tin Man); Lee MacDougall (Zeke/Lion); JamieMcKnight (Hunk/Scarecrow); and others;Franklin Brasz, music director; Jeremy Sams,stage director. Ed Mirvish Theatre, 244 VictoriaSt. 416-872-1212 or 1-800-461-3333.-5. Runs to Aug 18. Check website forperformance dates and times. LISTING NOTREPEATED.●●1:30: Nu Musical Theatricals/ClassicalTheatre Project/Starvox Entertainment.Cats. Webber. Eric Abel (Alozo/Caricopat);Charles Azulay (Old Deuteronomy); SusanCuthbert (Jennyanydots/Griddlebone/Jellylorum);Ma-Anne Dionisio (Grizabella); andothers; Dave Campbell, stage director; LonaDavis, music director. Panasonic Theatre,651 Yonge St. 416-872-1212 or 1-800-461-3333. -0. Tue-Sat at 7:30; Wed, Satand Sun at 1:30. Runs to July 28. LISTING NOTREPEATED.●●2:00: City of Toronto Historic Sites/NeapolitanConnection. Solfeggio Music Seriesat Montgomery’s Inn. Anastasia Rizikov,piano. Community Room, Montgomery’s InnMuseum, 4709 Dundas St. W. 416-394-8113.; .50(child). SOLD OUT.●●2:00: Civic Light-Opera Company. Mame.Herman. York Woods Library Theatre, 1785Finch Ave. W. 416-755-1717. . Also 8:00.●●2:00: Soulpepper. The Barber of Seville.Rossini (adapted by John Millard); lyricsadapted from Beaumarchais by MichaelO’Brien. Dan Chameroy, baritone (Figaro);Gregory Prest, tenor (Count Almaviva);Courtney Ch’ng Lancaster, mezzo (Rosina);and others; John Millard, banjo; RobertClutton, bass; and others; Leah Cherniak, director;John Millard, music director. YoungCentre for the Performing Arts, DistilleryDistrict, 50 Tank House Ln. 416-866-8666.-; (st). Also 8:00 and Jun 3–8.MUSICAL THEATREThe following long-run musicals appear only once in our daily concert listings onthe date of the first performance falling within the date rage covered in this issue.Check websites for details. First performance dates and times are as follows:●●June 1, 1:30: Mirvish Productions. The Wizard of Oz. Runs to August 18. (GTA)●●June 1, 2:00: Shaw Festival. Guys and Dolls. Runs to November 3. (Beyond GTA)●●June 1, 8:00: Stratford Festival. Fiddler on the Roof. Runs to October 20. (Beyond GTA)●●June 1, 1:30: Nu Musical Theatricals/Classical Theatre Project/Starvox Entertainment.Cats. Runs to July 28. (GTA)●●June 5, 2:00: Stratford Festival. Tommy. Runs to October 19. (Beyond GTA)●●July 4, 8:00: Shaw Festival. The Light in the Piazza. Runs to October 13. (Beyond GTA)●●July 17, 1:30: Roundabout Theatre (NY)/Mirvish Productions. Anything Goes.Runs to August 18. (GTA))Start times vary.●●2:30: University of Toronto. Soldiers’Tower Carillon Recital. Selection of classical,traditional and contemporary songs. Roy Lee,carillon. Soldiers’ Tower, 7 Hart House Circle.416-978-3485. Free. Outdoor event, chairsprovided.●●3:00: Singing Out. The Gay Outdoors.Songs inspired by nature. Glenn Gould Studio,250 Front St. W. 416-948-8162. . Also 7:30.●●3:30: Mississauga Children’s Choir. VoicesFrom Home and Away. Chatman: new work(world premiere); and other works. ThomasBell, conductor. Living Arts Centre, 4141 LivingArts Dr., Mississauga. 905-306-6000. ;(12 and under).●●7:00: Durham Girls’ Choir. O Canada: AMusical Journey. Variety of Canadian choralmusic . Michelle Azavedo, conductor; guests:local artists on violin, flute and piano. FaithUnited Church, 1778 Nash Rd., Courtice. 905-425-2596. ; (sr/st).●●7:30: Amadeus Choir. Voices of Earth.Orff: Carmina Burana(excerpts); and worksby Henderson and Daley. Lydia Adams, conductor;Bach Children’s Chorus, LindaBeaupré, conductor; Shawn Grenke and EleanorDaley, piano and organ . YorkminsterPark Baptist Church, 1585 Yonge St. 416-446-0188. ; (sr); (under 30); (st).●●7:30: Green Door. Cabaret Series: Gabi’sMinivan Mixtape. Gabi Epstein, vocals. LowerOssington Theatre, 100A Ossington Ave.416-915-6747. /(reserved); (artsworker, rush).●●7:30: Jazz in the Kitchen. The Picture ofHappiness. Cabaret show. Brad Hampton,singer-actor; Patti Loach, piano; Rae EllenBodie, director. 52 Pine Cres. 416-699-8353.; (sr/st/arts worker).●●7:30: Jubilate Singers. Rivers. Works by LeJeune, Haydn, Verdi, Glick, Góreki and Galbraith.Isabel Bernaus, conductor; SherrySquires, piano. St. Simon-the-Apostle AnglicanChurch, 525 Bloor St. E. 416-485-1988.; (sr); (st).●●7:30: Rosedale Presbyterian Church. ANew Vocal Series: Special Launch Concert -An Enchanted Summer Evening of Song andOpera. 129 Mt. Pleasant Rd. 416-921-1931. .●●7:30: Singing Out. The Gay Outdoors. Songsinspired by nature. Glenn Gould Studio, 250Front St. W. 416-948-8162. . Also 3:00.●●7:30: Toronto Symphony Orchestra.Rhapsody in Blue. Gershwin: Rhapsody inBlue; Elgar: Enigma Variations. BramwellTovey, piano and conductor. Roy ThomsonHall, 60 Simcoe St. 416-593-4828 or36 | June 7 – September 7, 2013

416-593-0688(Chinese). -0. Also Jun2(mat, George Weston Recital Hall).●●7:30: VOCA Chorus of Toronto. Celtic Tide.S. Macmillan: Celtic Mass for the Sea (librettoby J. Brickenden); and other Celtic choraland instrumental works including arrangementsby J. Crober. Guests: Scott Macmillan,guitar; Loretto Reid, tin whistle/Irish flute/concertina; Sharlene Wallace, Celtic harp;Kelly Hood, uilleann pipes; Jennyfer Brickenden,narration; Jenny Crober; conductor;Elizabeth Acker, piano. Eastminster UnitedChurch, 310 Danforth Ave. 416-947-8487. ;(sr); (st).●●8:00: Acoustic Harvest. Linda McRae,singer-songwriter. Folk/roots music. St.Nicholas Anglican Church, 1512 Kingston Rd.416-264-2235. .●●8:00: Angelwalk Theatre/KooGle TheatreCompany. I Love You, You’re Perfect,Now Change. Music by J. Roberts; lyrics byDiPietro. With Dean Hollin, Alison O’Neill,Christopher Alan Gray and Leslie Kay; EvanTsitsias, director. Toronto Centre for the Arts,5040 Yonge St. 1-855-985-2787. -.Also Jun 2(mat).●●8:00: Arraymusic. Mbira Plus - SpecialArray Session #17. Interactive Zimbabwestyle evening concert/party. Array Space, 218- 60 Atlantic Ave. 416-532-3019. PWYC. Seesection D, “The ETCeteras,” under Workshopsfor details.●●8:00: Art of Time Ensemble. Songbook 7:Madeleine Peyroux. Songs arranged for Artof Time by Canadian composers. MadeleinePeyroux, vocals; Andrew Burashko, piano;Benjamin Bowman, violin; Rachel Mercer,cello; Joseph Phillips, bass; and others.Enwave Theatre, Harbourfront Centre, 231Queens Quay W. 416-973-4000. -.●●8:00: Civic Light-Opera Company. Mame.Herman. York Woods Library Theatre, 1785Finch Ave. W. 416-755-1717. . Also 2:00.●●8:00: Counterpoint Community Orchestra.In Concert. Khachaturian: Flute Concertoin d; Beethoven: Symphony No.8; Rossini: LaGazza Ladra Overture. Robert Aitken, flute;Taras Kowalzcuk, conductor. St. Luke’s UnitedChurch, 353 Sherbourne St. 416-902-7532./$18(adv); (st); (child).●●8:00: Gordon Murray Presents. PianoSoirée. Arndt: Nola; Gershwin: I Got Rhythm;Kern: Just The Way You Look Tonight; Novello:Waltz Of My Heart; Abreu: Tico-Tico no Fubá;and other selections. Gordon Murray, piano.Trinity-St. Paul’s United Church, 427 Bloor St.W. 416-631-4300. ; (st).●●8:00: Grace Church on-the-Hill. Liona Boydin Concert with Michael Savona. Liona Boydand Michael Savona, guitars. 300 LonsdaleRd. 416-488-7884. . Admission in supportof Faithworks and the Primate’s World Reliefand Development Fund.●●8:00: Kir Stefan The Serb Choir. We HymnThee: Sacred and Traditional Music. Slavicsacred music and secular music from Cuba,Greece, Italy and Serbia. Jasmina Vučurović,conductor. Eglinton St. George’s UnitedChurch, 35 Lytton Blvd. 1-888-222-6608. ;(sr/st).●●8:00: Musideum. Louis Simão Trio . Worldjazz. Louis Simao, vocals and guitar. Suite 133(main floor), 401 Richmond St. W. 416-599-7323. .●●8:00: NYCO Symphony Orchestra. Concert4. Massenet: Overture from Phèdre; Mahler:Adagietto from Symphony No.5; Debussy:Rhapsody for Clarinet and Orchestra; BillKrangle, clarinet; Tchaikovsky: Swan LakeSuite. Bill Krangle, clarinet; David Bowser,conductor. Isabel Bader Theatre, 93 CharlesSt. W. 416-628-9195. ; (sr); (st).7:30: Pre-concert chat .●●8:00: Soulpepper. The Barber of Seville.See 2:00.●●8:00: Tafelmusik. Chopin & Beethoven.Chopin: Piano Concerto No.2; Beethoven:Coriolan Overture; Egmont Overture; SymphonyNo.4. Janina Fialkowska, period piano;guest: Bruno Weil, conductor. Koerner Hall,273 Bloor St. W. 416-408-0208. -;-(65 and over); -(35 andunder). Also Jun 2(mat).●●8:00: Voices Chamber Choir. Bach toBasics. Bach: Singet dem Herrn BWV225;Brahms: Canonic Mass; Beethoven: selectionsfrom Mass in C; and other works. JohnStephenson, organ; Ron Ka Ming Cheung,conductor. Church of St. Martin in-the-Fields, 151 Glenlake Ave. 416-519-0528. ;(sr/st).Sunday June 2●●12:00 noon: University of Toronto. Soldiers’Tower Carillon Recital. Selection of classical,traditional and contemporary songs. Roy Lee,carillon. Soldiers’ Tower, 7 Hart House Circle.416-978-3485. Free. Outdoor event, chairsprovided.●●1:30: City of Toronto Historic Sites. Musicin the Orchard. Jazz and improvised musicfor cello and guitar. Kye Marshall, cello.Spadina Museum, 285 Spadina Rd. 416-392-6910. PWYC.●●1:30: Seicho-No-Ie Toronto. Spring Concert2. Works by Bach and others. MihoHashizume, violin. 662 Victoria Park Ave.345 SORAUREN AVENUE 2013JUNE06 THU | 8pmBLOEMENDAL & SHANAHAN,cello, MAURO BERTOLI, pianoCLASSICAL//07 FRI | 8pmTRIO LAURIER:STORYTELLING MUSICCLASSICAL/CONTEMP//10 MON | 8pmTHE ART OF THE PIANO:CRISTIANA PEGORAROLA MIA ITALIA /12 WED | 8pmDAVE RESTIVO, pianoREG SCHWAGER, guitarJAZZ 14 FRI | 8pmTHE ART OF THE PIANO:ALEJANDRO VELAPROKOFIEV & GRANADOS//15 SAT | 8pmPREZI PIANO CONCERT:FRANK HORVATTix: www.frankhorvat.com647-226-3175. ; (st); free(under 12).●●2:00: Angelwalk Theatre/KooGle TheatreCompany. I Love You, You’re Perfect, NowChange. See Jun 1(eve).●●2:00: Oratory of St. Philip Neri. MasterWorks of J.S. Bach. Prelude and Fugue inG; Art of Fugue: cp 1, 5-9, 11, 13, 14; Passacaglia.Philip Fournier, organ. The Oratory,Holy Family Church, 1372 King St. W. 416-532-2879. Free.●●2:00: Parks and Recreation. In Concert:The Juan Tomas Show Band. Works by Paganiniand Albeniz. Other music by WhitneyHouston, Nat King Cole, Hoagy Carmichael,Jim Croce, Gloria Gaynor and Debbie Boone.Arabel Castillo, vocals; Juan Tomas, guitar.Guests: Jeanette Ricasio, vocals; Tisa Sparks,guitar. Scarborough Civic Centre, 150 BoroughDr., Scarborough. 416 485 2056. Free.●●2:00: Waterfront Blues. 9th Annual BluesFestival. Morgan Davis (2:00); Paul Reddick(4:00); Deanna Bogart (6:00). Woodbine Park(Coxwell Ave. and Lake Shore Blvd. E.), 1681Lake Shore Blvd. E. 416-996-8713. Free. Festivalactivities also Jun 1.●●3:00: Christ Church Deer Park. A CoronationCelebration. Mass Choir and Band, JudyScott-Jacobs and Ian Juby, conductors; ClaireBresee, organ/piano; Band of Her Majesty’sRoyal Marines Association, Paul Storms, conductor.1570 Yonge St. 416-282-0427. ;(under 12).●●3:00: Green Door. Cabaret Series. SophiaPerlman and Alex Samaras, vocals. LowerOssington Theatre, 100A Ossington Ave.416-915-6747. /(reserved); (artsworker, rush).●●3:00: Toronto Jewish Folk Choir. Raisins17 MON | 7pmMONIQUEDE MARGERIE, pianoETSUKO KIMURA, violin CLASSICAL/(Students 18 and Under Free)19 WED | 8pmJORY NASH IN CONCERTJORY NASH 20 THU | 8pmKATHRYN LADANOBASS CLARINETIMPROV //1 FRI | 8pmARLENE PACULAN:CD RELEASEFree22 SAT | 8pmVIOLIN FOR ONESTANISLAV PRONINCLASSICAL/CONTEMPJUL/AUGCLOSEDHAVE AGREATSUMMER!The Place Where You Go To ListenJamie Thompson’sURBAN FLUTE PROJECT“Transforming Space with Sound!”The Junction Trio | RCM Flute Faculty | June 7 – September 7, 2013 | 37

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