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Volume 19 Issue 9 - June/July/August 2014

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D. The ETCeterasClassified Advertising | classad@thewholenote.comJun 1–Jun 14, various times. Pearl Company.Dave Gould’s Audiorium Sound/ArtShow. Collection of musical instruments/sound sculptures constructed from unconventionalobjects by David Gould. 16 StevenSt., Hamilton. 905-524-0606. Viewing byappointment.Jun 7, 8, various times: Mateca Arts Festival.Community Multi-Arts Celebration withmusicians, dancers and visual artists. LauraFernández, Eliana Cuevas, Rita di Ghenta andLuanda Jones; concert featuring Beatriz PichiMalen; and others. Burwash Quad Park, VictoriaCollege, 73 Queens Park. 416-596-0792.Free. For details: 12, 7:00: Espresso Manifesto. Salonedi Cultura: Arts Now. Music, art, food and discussionwith contemporary Italian-Canadianartists. Featuring music by Daniela Nardi,food by chef Massimo Bruno and photographyby Rino Noto. Rino Noto PhotographyStudio, Suite 21, 1444 Dupont St. 416-922-3620. . For 17–21, various times: NXNE. Interactive.Mick Ebeling of Not Impossible presents ProjectDaniel; Scott Lamb of Buzzfeed discussesthe source of ideas; filmmaker Brian Knappenbergerand managing director VanessaThomas of Songza share stories; talk by GolrizLucina of Soulpancake; and others. HyattNew Instruments and AdditionsTunings and MaintenanceRestorations and RepairsMetal Pipes2393 Gareth Rd., Mississauga, L5B 1Z4www.moellerorgans.comTel/Fax(905) 277-2631Sight-Singing with SheilaSheila McCoy416 574 Woodbine subway)Regency, 370 King St. W. 416-533-7710 x221.For full festival details and tickets: 24–Jul 13, various times: DriftwoodTheatre Group. Theatre Training Intensivefor Young Actors. Summer program forexperienced performers ages 14 to 19, providingtraining in a cappella singing, movement-basedtheatre, masks and puppetry.Peter van Gestel, program director. TodmordenMills, 67 Pottery Rd. 416-703-2773. Forregistration and cost: 7–Aug 22, 9am–3pm: Carousel Players.Carousel Players Summer Theatre School.Various week-long programs for childrenages 5 to 13. 101 King St., St. Catharines. 905-682-8326 x23. 0.Jul 10–Aug 17, various times: DriftwoodTheatre Group. The Bard’s Bus Tour: TheTempest. Shakespeare. Theatre blendingmovement, song, puppetry and storytelling.Jeremy Smith, director; Richard Alan Campbell,Prospero. Various times and locationsacross Ontario; see website. 416-703-2773x201. For details: 5–15, 9am–3pm: Carousel Players/Shaw Festival. Shaw Acting Intensive forYouth For children ages 10 to 13; workshopsand scene study with Monica Dufault andShaw Festival actors. 101 King St., St. Catharines.905-682-8326 x23. 5.MarketPlace and MarketSquare ads are for services and products.Imagine giving a business card to 30,000 musically engaged people, for less than a pennyeach! See our current round of MarketPlace and MarketSquare ads below.Available only in runs of 3, 5 or 10 insertions, starting as economically as /issue.Now booking for September. 416-323-2232- x25AUDITIONS & OPPORTUNITIESAVAILABLE PRO BONO POSITIONSFOR MUSICIANS AT THE KINDREDSPIRITS ORCHESTRA: PrincipalBassoonist, Sectional Hornist,Principal Trumpeter, Associate (or2nd) Trumpeter, Associate (or 2nd)Trombonist and 3rd (bass) Trombonist,as well as sectional Violinists,Violists, Cellists and Contrabassists.The KSO is an auditioned-basedcommunity orchestra that rehearsesonce a week (Tuesday evenings) at thestate-of-the-art Cornell Recital Hall inMarkham (407 ETR and 9th Ln). Ledby the charismatic Maestro KristianAlexander, the Orchestra is enjoyingan enormous popularity among YorkRegion’s residents and continues toattract avid audiences across theGTA. Interested musicians are invitedto e-mail General Manager JobertSevilleno at andvisit for moreinformation.BEL CANTO SINGERS ARE LOOKINGFOR NEW MEMBERS! We are a 40voice SATB choir, under the directionof Linda Meyer. Repertoire includesclassical, music theatre, folk, jazz andpop tunes. Rehearsals are Tuesdaysat St. Nicholas Anglican Church.Website: Elaine Joly at 416-699-4585.CHOPS FLOPPY? SIGHT READINGGONE? Why not come down to the 48thHighlanders of Canada Brass & ReedBand, and get back in shape? We needclarinets and saxophones and the oddtrombone. Tubas more than welcome.There is minimal military hassles andwe have fun doing what we all love todo – PLAY. Call Mike at 905 898-3438 orbuskers.jazz@rogers .com. Moss ParkArmouries, Tuesday nights from 8-10.Piano Friendly, approachable– and Liz Parker416.544.1803liz.parker@NEED HELP WITH YOUR TAXES?Specializing in personal andbusiness tax returns including prioryears and adjustmentsHORIZON TAX SERVICES INC.1 -866-268-1319 •• free consultation • accurate work • pickup & deliveryA WholeNote CLASSIFIED delivers!Sing the right tune, reach the right audience.Only for the first 20 words, and .20 for each additional word.Discounts for multiple insertions.Deadline for the September 2014 edition isMonday August 25.classad@thewholenote.comCOUNTERPOINT COMMUNITYORCHESTRA ( welcomes volunteer musiciansfor Monday evening rehearsals,downtown Toronto. We’re especiallylooking for trombones and strings.Email SEARCH: Durham ShoresChorus, Oshawa, of Sweet AdelinesInternational is looking for a director.For details please visit YOU DRIVE? DO YOU LOVE THEWHOLENOTE? You can share the loveand earn a little money at the sametime. The WholeNote occasionallyadds new drivers with vehicles to ourlist of stalwart wonderful people whoreliably deliver our magazines, 9 timesa year, rain or shine (or snow!) tolocations in the GTA and well beyond.If you’d like to be on the list pleasecontact THEORY TEACHER WANTED(Harmony, Music History, Counterpointand Analysis) for positionavailable starting September 2014.Bayview/Sheppard. Please contact416-953-9430.SUMMER MUSIC READING in Toronto.Any singers, instrumentalists interestedin sight reading new music, any kind?Contact: Cristina 416-925-8570cris@cez.comTHE WYCHWOOD CLARINET CHOIR( enthusiastic clarinet playersto audition for a place in our group. Allages welcome. Tuesdays 7:30-10 PMThe FluteDe-mystifiedAllan withstudent,Mimi Tran70 | June 4, 2014 – Sept 7, 2014

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For sessionsthrough July and August at special rates callPattie now! 905-271-6896 vocalsense.caMUSICIANS AVAILABLEARE YOU A PARTY ANIMAL? TheWholeNote gets inquiries fromreaders seeking musicians to providelive music for all kinds of occasions.We can’t recommend your ensemble,but YOU can! Contact by Aug 25 andbook your ad for the Sept edition!THE CUTABOVE TRIO - serve up thissurprisingly cool and refreshing trio toyour guests for any occasion. Pleasecontact Bruce: 416-259-6072.TRUMPET PLAYER AND SINGER seeksensemble (standards/jazz/soul/blues/pop). Phone Mark at 416-803-5531.E-mail: mark@ markwalkermw.comSERVICESACCOUNTING AND INCOME TAXSERVICE for small business and individuals,to save you time and money,customized to meet your needs. NormPulker, B. Math. CMA. 905-251-0309or 905-830-2985.DO YOU HAVE PRECIOUS MEMORIESLOST ON OLD RECORDS, TAPES, PHO-TOS etc.? 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