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Volume 18 Issue 9 - June/July/August 2013

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●●Jun 29, 5:00: Canadian Flute Convention.Sarah Jackson Piccolo Masterclass.Masterclass with the piccolo player for theLos Angeles Philharmonic. John Bell Chapel,Appleby College, 540 Lakeshore Rd. W., Oakville.416-801-9196. .●●Jun 30, 11:45am: Canadian Flute Convention.Christine Erlander Beard PiccoloMasterclass. Masterclass with the piccoloartist for Gemeinhardt Flutes. John BellChapel. ; 4:15: Michelle Cheramy FluteMasterclass. Learn with Michelle, associateprofessor of music at Memorial University.John Bell Chapel. . All events at ApplebyCollege, 540 Lakeshore Rd. W., Oakville.416-801-9196.●●Aug 1–3, 8:00: Highlands Opera Studio.Opera Masterclasses. St. George’s AnglicanChurch, 122 Highland St., Haliburton. 1-855-457-9933. By donation.WORKSHOPS●●Jun 1 3:00: Arraymusic. Jim Pugliese ina World Music Song and Mbira Workshop.Workshop on the history and culture of Zimbabwe’sShona people as well as singing andrhythm work and audience participationlearning an eight-part polyrhythmic mbirasong. Open to everyone. Array Space, 155Walnut St. 416-532-3019. . Followed by aninteractive Zimbabwe style concert at 8pm(see Miscellaneous).●●Jun 2, 3:30: Kawartha Concerts/BobcaygeonMusic Council. Elmer Iseler SingersChoral Workshop. Open to individual choristers.Trinity-Providence United Church, 40William St., Bobcaygeon. 705-878-5625. .●●Jun 7 and Jul 5, 10am–12om: silence. SottoVoce. Workshop series exploring interactionbetween the playful voice and movement. Forsingers of all levels. Bring water and a yogamat. Led by Gary Diggins, Shannon Kingsburyand Sue Smith. 46 Essex St., Guelph.-(sliding scale). To register: info@D. The ETCeteras low flutes with the master. MB Music●●Jun 29, 4:00: Canadian Flute Convention.Viviana Guzman Flute Workshop. Virtuosoflutist, composer, dancer and poet sharesher experiences. MB Music Room. ; 4:00:Nora Shulman Flute Basics Workshop. Learnabout flute basics with the principal flutist ofthe TSO. MC Music Room. ; 5:00: AtarahBen-Tovim Reading Session. Bring your fluteand sight read flute choir music with Atarah.MA Music Room. ; 5:30: Ron Korb WoodwindTechniques. Tips and advice from worldfamous Canadian flutist, composer, songwriterand record producer. MB Music Room.; 7:00: Bill McBirnie Improvising Workshop.Learn how to improvise with jazz flutistBill McBirnie. MA Music Room. eveningpass for all events taking place between7pm–10:30pm. 7:00: Jim Phelan: The 5 MinuteDiagnosis Workshop. Learn how to diagnoseyour flute with Jim Phelan. Raymond MasseyReading Room. evening pass for allevents taking place between 7pm–10:30pm.All events at Appleby College, 540 LakeshoreRd. W., Oakville. 416-801-9196.●●Jun 30, 8:30am: Canadian Flute Convention.Jim Phelan: The Physics of MusicIntonation Workshop. Understanding thephysics of music and intonation. MA MusicRoom. ; 9:30am: Meg Griffith CadenzaWorkshop. Learn how to write and constructcadenzas. MC Music Room. ; 11:45am:Mark Dannenbring Movement Class. Learnto play and perform without pain. CollegeGymnasium. ; 11:45am: Kelly Via ReadingSession. Bring your flute and sight read flutechoir music with Kelly. MA Music Room. ;4:15: Niall O’Riordan Movement Class. Learnhow to perform and play in a relaxed mentaland physical state. College Gymnasium. .4:15: Jim Phelan: Know Your Flute Workshop.Fun, interactive workshop testing your fluteknowledge. MB Music Room. ; 6:00: PeterSheridan Low Flutes Workshop. Learn about; 7:00: Margot Rydall Moyse Workshop,Part 1. Workshops on the three “MysteryBooks” of Marcel Moyse. MA Music Room. evening pass for all events from 7pm–10:30pm. All events at Appleby College, 540Lakeshore Rd. W., Oakville. 416-801-9196.●●Jul 1, 8:30am: Canadian Flute Convention.Niall O’Riordan Workshop. A completely holisticapproach to flute playing. MA Music Room.; 9:30am: Virginia Dunsby with BoazBerney Traverso Workshop. Learn about thetraverse flute. MB Music Room. ; 11:45am:Monica Bailey Reading Session. Bring yourflute and sight read flute choir music withMonica. MA Music Room. ; 1:45: MargotRydall Moyse Workshop, Part 2. Workshopson the three “Mystery Books” of MarcelMoyse. MA Music Room.. All events atAppleby College, 540 Lakeshore Rd. W., Oakville.416-801-9196.●●Jul 6, 5:00: Harbourfront Centre. Ritmo yColor Festival: Son Jarocho Workshop withLos Vega. Redpath Stage, 235 Queens Quay W.416-973-4000. Free.●●Aug 9, 11:30am: Scarborough Town JazzFestival. Njacko Backo: African’s Rhythms.Workshop. Burrows Hall Park, 1081 ProgressAve. 647-427-8675 or 647-427-1403. Free.●●Aug 10, 11:30am: Scarborough Town JazzFestival. Hilario Duran and Joaquin NunezHidalgo: Afrocuban Essence. Workshop.Burrows Hall Park, 1081 Progress Ave. 647-427-8675 or 647-427-1403. Free.●●Aug 11, 11:30am: Scarborough Town JazzFestival. Alines Morales and Maninho Costa:Batucadas Brazilian. Workshop. BurrowsHall Park, 1081 Progress Ave. 647-427-8675 or647-427-1403. Free.●●Aug 20–24, various times: New Adventuresin Sound Art. Sound Travels Intensive. Workshops,private instruction, idea exchangeand masterclasses for artists, composersand musicians in sound, media and electroacoustics.NAISA Space, Studio 252, ArtscapeWychwood Barns, 601 Christie St. 416-652-5115. 5. Registration:●●Jun 2, 4:00 and 7:30: Toronto Jewish FilmSociety/Toronto Silent Film Festival. LaughterThrough Tears (1928, USSR). Live musicby pianist Jordan Klapman. Al Green Theatre,Miles Nadal JCC, 750 Spadina Ave. 416-924-6211 x0. .●●Jul 7, Aug 4 and Sep 1, 9am–1pm: silence.Duration. Film series curated by NicholasLoess, the first Sunday of every month. 46Essex St., Guelph. By donation. HOUSES●●Jun 11, 18 and 25, 9:00am–1:00pm: silence.Open House. Saturday morning drop in, withsound art, installations, experimental musicand more. 46 Essex St., Guelph. Free.●●Jul 6, 13, 20 and 27, 9:00am–1:00pm:silence. Open House. Saturday morning dropin, with sound art, installations, experimentalmusic and more. 46 Essex St., Guelph.●●Aug 3, 10, 17, 24 and 31, 9:00am–1:00pm:silence. Open House. Saturday morning dropin, with sound art, installations, experimentalmusic and more. 46 Essex St., Guelph. Free.Organic and functionalVOCAL TRAININGto gain access to your full range,resonance and vocal freedom.For singers, public speakers, etc.Now acceptingnew studentsHamilton Studio87 Beechwood Ave.,905 544-1302Sue Crowe ConnollyToronto StudioChurch of Holy Trinity416 523-1154info@cyvstudios.cawww.cyvstudios.ca56 | June 7 – September 7, 2013●●Sep 7, 9:00am–1:00pm: silence. OpenHouse. Saturday morning drop in, with soundart, installations, experimental music andmore. 46 Essex St., Guelph. Free. & EXHIBITIONS●●Jun 1, 1:30 and 3:00: City of Toronto HistoricMuseums. Soundscapes in the Garden.Meditative sound walk. Spadina Museum, 285Spadina Rd. 416-392-6910. .●●Jun 6, 8:00pm–12:00am: New Adventuresin Sound Art. NXNE Art: [x]tensions. Installationand performance by Nataliya Petkova.Art Gallery of Ontario, 317 Dundas St. W. 416-652-5115. /(adv); /10(adv) (AGOmembers).●●Jun 8–Nov 1, 12:00–4:00(weekdays),11:00am–3:00pm(Saturdays): New Adventuresin Sound Art. Synthecycletron.Installation by Barry Prophet using powerfrom visitors on stationary bicycles. CentreIsland, Toronto Islands. 416-652-5115. Free.●●Jun 10, 8:00: New Adventures in SoundArt. NXNE Art: Instant Places – Elastic PlanetsLive. Live performance by Instant Placesof digital paintings with a multichannelsoundscape. Ian Birse and Laura Kavanaugh,artists. NAISA Space, Studio 252, ArtscapeWychwood Barns, 601 Christie St. 416-652-5115. .●●Jun 11–22, 12:00–4:00(weekdays), 11:00am–3:00pm(Saturdays): New Adventures inSound Art. NXNE Art: Instant Places – ElasticPlanets. Installation by Instant Places ofdigital paintings with a multichannel soundscape.Ian Birse and Laura Kavanaugh,artists. NAISA Space, Studio 252, ArtscapeWychwood Barns, 601 Christie St. 416-652-5115. By donation.●●Jun 12–Jul 1, 10:00am–5:00pm: PortaitSociety of Canada. The Circle of Art: Portraitsof Famous Canadians. Includes theportraits of numerous musicians. Arta Gallery,14 Distillery Ln. 416-364-2782. Free. Jul 1:Canada Day celebration.●●Jun 13, 7:30: New Adventures in SoundArt. NXNE Art: Darren Copeland – TrinitySquare Underwater Soundwalk. Soundwalkusing underwater sounds and noises fromfish in the soundscape. Trinity Square, next toEaton’s Centre entrance. 416-652-5115. Free.●●Jul 17 – Aug 25: Stratford Summer Music.Exhibition of R. Murray Schafer Hand-DrawnScores. Stratford Library, 19 St. Andrew St.,Stratford. 519-271-2101; 1-866-288-4313.Free.●●Jul 19, 7:00: Soundstreams Salon 21.Summer Sound Walk. An imaginative tourDo you know a talentedyoung singer?Singing | Learning | JoyAn open invitation to youthaged 6 through university ageBach Children’s Chorus andBach Chamber Youth ChoirLinda Beaupré, Artistic Director Known throughout Toronto for a beautiful,musical sound and professional approach Offers a balanced programme of performances,travel, workshops with world-renowned conductors Comprehensive educational approach with awell-rounded programme of skills-building Awards: 2004 and 2011 CBC Radio ChoralCompetitions • Provincial & National MusicFestivals, multiple first and second place awards• Award for Best Choir at the Toronto KiwanisMusic Festival, six times, including 2012To book an audition call416-431-0790www.bachchildrenschorus.caTHE KINDRED SPIRITSORCHESTRA2013.2014CONCERT SEASONPOSITIONS AVAILABLEThe KSO is an auditioned community orchestra that rehearsesonce a week (Tuesday evenings) at the state-of-the-art CornellRecital Hall in Markham (407 ETR and 9th Ln). Led by thecharismatic Maestro Kristian Alexander our season includes a6-concert subscription series at Flato Markham Theatre, and 4community outreach and educational concerts. We continue toattract avid audiences from across the GTA.,Guests for our 2013.2014 concert season include pianistsAnton Kuerti and James Parker, violinist Jacques Israelievitch,and Canadian teenage sensation, violinist Nicole Li. Therepertoire includes symphonies by Brahms, Schumann andShostakovich, and works by Handel, Wagner, Mendelssohn,Tchaikovsky and Saint-Saëns.The following pro bono positions available:Principal Hornist, 3rd and 4th HornistAssociate Principal (or 2nd) TrumpeterPrincipal Trombonist, 2nd and 3rd TrombonistSectional Violinists, Violists, Cellists, ContrabassistsInterested musicians are invited to e-mail General MangerJobert June 7 – September 7, 2013 | 57

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