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Volume 20 Issue 9 - Summer 2015

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Robert Kortgaard, piano; Sirens, choir. ; (sr/st); (child). Jul 5 7:30: Centre Stage Series: David Myles. Modern and vintage pop, folk and soul. ; (sr/st); (child). Jul 10 7:30: Centre Stage Series: Sarah Harmer. Canadian singer-songwriter. ; (sr/st); (child). Jul 12 3:00: Vocal Series: Voyages à Paris. Works by Debussy and Ravel. Julie Nesrallah, mezzo; Caroline Leonardelli, harp. ; (sr/st); (child). Jul 17 7:30: Centre Stage Series: Matt Dusk and Eleanor McCain. Canadian jazz musicians. ; (sr/st); (child). Jul 18 11:00am-4:00: [special event] Summer House Tour. In support of the festival. (with lunch); $20. Jul 19 7:30: Classical Series: Wolak-Donnelly Duo. Crossover renditions of jazz and classical pieces. Kornel Wolak, clarinet; Chris Donnelly, piano. ; (sr/st); (child). Jul 23 7:30: [special event] Maud of Leaskdale. One-woman play performed by Jennifer Carroll on the life of Lucy Maud Montgomery. $20; (sr/st); (child). Jul 24 7:30: Songwriter’s Circle: Gordie MacKeeman and His Rhythm Boys. Celtic, roots and bluegrass music. ; (sr/st); (child). Jul 25 3:00: [special event] Maud of Leaskdale. One-woman play performed by Jennifer Carroll on the life of Lucy Maud Montgomery. $20; (sr/st); (child). Jul 26 7:30: Classical Series: Cecilia String Quartet. Works by Haydn, Webern and Mendelssohn. ; (sr/st); (child). Jul 31 7:30: Vocal Series: Silver Screen to Broadway Lights. Rebecca Caine, soprano. : (sr/st); (child). Aug 1 7:30: Vocal Series: Magic Flute. Semistaged adaptation. Rebecca Caine, soprano; cast of young performers; Peter Tiefenbach, musical director; Brent Krysa, stage director. ; (sr/st); (child). Aug 2 3:00: Vocal Series: Magic Flute. Semistaged adaptation. Rebecca Caine, soprano; cast of young performers; Peter Tiefenbach, musical director; Brent Krysa, stage director. $20; free(under 12 when accompanied by adult). Aug 7 7:30: Songwriters Circle: Thom Swift and Erin Costelo. Nova Scotian artists make their festival debut in an evening of blues and soul music. ; (sr/st); (child). Aug 9 7:30: Classical Series: A Northern Sea Celebration: Maritime Music from Scandinavia, Scotland and Canada. Music from Nordic countries, presented by Ensemble Polaris. ; (sr/st); (child). Aug 16 7:30: Centre Stage Series: Viva España. Classical Spanish songs, zarzuela and tango. Isabel Bayrakdarian, soprano; Serouj Kradjian, piano. : (sr/st); (child). Aug 21 7:30: Vocal Series: Sandra Le Couteur. Acadian songstress. $20; (sr/ st); (child). Aug 23 7:30: Vocal Series: Music from the Sistine Chapel. Canadian a capella choir Studio de musique ancienne de Montréal. ; (sr/st); (child). Aug 28 7:30: Songwriters’ Circle: Amelia Curran. Contemporary songstress from Newfoundland. ; (sr/st); . Summer Festivals Aug 30 3:00: Centre Stage Series: Men of the Deeps. Choir of coal miners from Cape Breton Island sings songs from mining communities around the world. ; (sr/ st); (child). Luminato Festival June 19 to 28 Toronto, ON 416-368-3100 luminatofestival.com June 19 to 28 Daily events at The Hub, David Pecaut Square, 215 King St. W. For details see luminatofestival.com/ June 20 6 8:00 7 Monologues: The Night Dances. Fleck Dance Theatre. Also June 21 (4:00). For details see GTA listings. June 26 8:00 Apocalypsis. Sony Centre. Also June 27 and 28 (2:00). For details see GTA listings. For further information see Green Pages listings. Markham Jazz Festival August 13 to 16 markhamjazzfestival.com Aug 13 8 pm Opening Night Concert featuring Diana Panton (Juno winner for Best Vocal Jazz Album 2015). Varley Art Gallery, 216 Main St, Unionville, Unionville. . Free concerts on Aug 14, 15 and 16 at the Millennium Bandstand and other venues. For further information see www.markhamjazzfestival.com Montreal Baroque Festival June 25 to 28 BO – Basilica of the Oratoire Saint-Joseph, 3800 Chemin Queen Mary, Montreal, QC H3V 1H6 LA – Lobby, Arts Building, McGill University, 853 Sherbrooke St. E., Montreal, QC H3A 0G5 RH – Redpath Hall, McGill University, 3461 McTavish St., Montreal, QC H3A 2K6 TB – Three Bares Place, McGill University, 859 Sherbrooke St. W., Montreal, QC H3A 0C4 TS – Tanna Schulich Hall McGill University, 555 Sherbrooke St. W., Montreal, QC H3A 1E3 514 845-7171 montrealbaroque.com Jun 25 7:00: Vivaldi and the Gypsies. Ensemble Caprice. RH; ; (sr); $20(st). 9:00: Heavenly Bach 1. Bach: Cello Suites; Little Book for Anna Magdalena. Sigiswald Kuijken, violoncello da spalla; Suzie LeBlanc, soprano; Gilles Cantagrel, lecturer RH; ; (sr); $20(st). Jun 26 5:00: Heavenly Bach 2. Bach: Cello Suites; Little Book for Anna Magdalena. Sigiswald Kuijken, violoncello da spalla; Suzie LeBlanc, soprano; Gilles Cantagrel, lecturer. TBA; ; (sr); $20(st). 7:00: Complètement Toqué. Theatrical performance of a party prince, chef and Margoton with early music ensemble from Paris. Ensemble Fuoco e Cenere. RH; ; (sr); (st). 9:00: From Earth to Ether. Concert based on silly writings about Cyrano de Bergerac. Les Boréades de Montréal. TS; ; (sr); $20(st). Jun 27 9:00am: Le Joyeux Bal de la Quinte Essence. Renaissance music for flute consort. Ensemble Discantvs. LA; $20. 11:00am-5:00: In Bach’s Orbit. Marathon performance by amateur musicians. Recorder and viola de gamba enthusiasts explore the 371 harmonizations of chorales by Bach. LA; Free. 11:00am: Cantatas, Ether Or? New music for voice, flute and viola da gamba. DuBerger: new works using poetry of Claude Gauvreau and Tina Biello. TS; $20. 12:30: [lecture] Alchemy at Meissen, Or How China Became China (and Europe Transmuted the World). Ben Schmidt. TS; Free. 2:00: Mysteries. A cappella repertoire with performers singing and moving to envision a dialogue between the human voice and the human body in space. Ensemble Alkemia. RH; ; (sr); $20(st). 4:00: Heavenly Bach 3. Bach: Cello Suites; Little Book for Anna Magdalena. Sigiswald Kuijken, violoncello da spalla; Suzie LeBlanc, soprano; Gilles Cantagrel, lecturer. RH; ; (sr); $20(st). 5:30: [lecture] Happy Hour Lecture. Sigiswald Kuijken. LA; Free. 7:00: Angelic Virgin. Works by Palestrina and Benevoli. Studio de musique ancienne de Montréal. RH; ; (sr); (st). 9:00: Tobacco! Tobacco will be smoked in honour of the eccentric, fashionable fop and mercenary soldier, Tobias Hume. Michael Taylor, countertenor; Nigel North, lute; Les Voix Humaines. RH; ; (sr); $20(st). Jul 28 8:00am: Des Vents Orfevres aux Entrailles de la Montagne. Baroque and Scandinavian music combining creativity and poetry. Jean-François Bélanger, nyckelharpa. TB; Free. 11:00am: Etere E Terra. Boccherini: Quintet in C G439; Beethoven: Kreutzer String Quintet in A. Ensemble Per Sonare. Lobby, TS; $20. 12:30: [lecture] Coin, candle, china, skull: Objects of conversion. Paul Yachnin, Julie Cummings, Ben Schmidt and others. TS; Free. 2:00: Ethereal Harmony: Music in Colour. Telemann’s music takes on a new dimension with live painting, inspired by eighteenthcentury theories of the ethereal connections between music and colour. Sylvia Chan, artist; Ensemble Infusion Baroque. TS; $20. 3:30: Mireille Lagacé in Concert. Mireille Lagacé celebrates her 80th birthday in an organ recital. Works by J.S. Bach and Byrd. BO; Free; donations welcome. 4:00: Fiorè e aria Fleur et air Flower and air. Works from recently emerged manuscript of Angelo Maria Fiorè. Suzie LeBlanc, soprano; Elinor Frey, cello; Esteban La Rotta, theorbo. RH; ; (sr); $20(st). 5:30: [lecture] Resveillez vous: chantons l’air, featuring Alexis Risler and Zoey Cochran. Jane Daphne Hatter. TS; Free. 7:00: Propitia Sydera: Lucky Stars. Corelli: early concerti; Couperin: Apothéose de Corelli. La Bande Montréal Baroque; Sigiswald Kuijken, director. RH; ; (sr); $20(st). Music and Beyond July 4 to 17 AS – All Saints’ Anglican Church, Westboro, 347 Richmond Rd., Ottawa, ON K2A 0E7 BC – ByTowne Cinema, 325 Rideau St., Ottawa, ON K1N 5Y4 CA – Canada Aviation and Space Museum, 11 Aviation Parkway, Ottawa, ON K1K 2X5 CC – Christ Church Cathedral, 439 Queen St., Ottawa, ON K1R 5A6 DC – Dominion-Chalmers United Church, 355 Cooper St., Ottawa, ON K2P 0G8 FB – First Baptist Church, 140 Laurier Ave. W., Ottawa, ON K1P 5J4 FH – Freiman Hall, 610 Cumberland St., Ottawa, ON K1N 1A2 NG – National Gallery of Canada, 380 Sussex Dr., Ottawa, ON K1N 9N4 ND – Notre Dame Cathedral Basilica, 385 Sussex Dr., Ottawa, ON K1N 1J9 SB – St. Barnabas Church, 70 James St., Ottawa, ON K1R 5M3 SC – Shaw Centre, Parliament Foyer, 55 Colonel By Dr., Ottawa, ON K1N 9J2 SF – Saunders Farm, 7893 Bleeks Rd., Munster, ON K0A 3P0 SJ – St. Joseph’s Church, 151 Laurier Ave. E., Ottawa, ON K1N 6N8 SM – St. Matthew’s Anglican Church, 217 First Ave., Ottawa, ON K1S 2G5 SR – Santé Restaurant, 45 Rideau St., 2nd floor, Ottawa, ON K1N 5W8 SU – Southminster United Church, 15 Aylmer Ave., Ottawa, ON K1S 3X1 TH – Tabaret Hall, 550 Cumberland St., Ottawa, ON K1N 6N8 UO – University of Ottawa, 75 Laurier Ave. E., Ottawa, ON K1N 6N5 WC – Wakefield Centre, 38 Valley Dr., Wakefield, QC, J0X 3G0 613-241-0777 musicandbeyond.ca 3-Day any day pass: 20; (student over 15); (youth 3-15) 3-Day consecutive day pass: ; (student); $20(youth) Diamond pass to all events: 0/5(before July 3) Festival pass to all events except Festival-plus events: 5; (student); (youth) Early Bird Festival pass (before July 3): 0; (student); (youth) Individual tickets: (reserved); (general); $20(student); (youth) Family package for 4 (2 adults and 2 student/ youth): Family package for 5 (2 adults and 3 student/ youth): Jul 4 5:00: Bells around the City. Bells from a number of downtown churches, the City Hall chimes, and handbells and tubular bells welcome audiences and visiting artists to the festival. 7:30: Opening Gala. Marie-Eve Munger, soprano; Jens Lindemann, trumpet; Daniel Clarke Bouchard, piano; Auryn String Quartet; trumpets from the Band of the Ceremonial Guard (DC). Jul 5 10:00am-3:00: Ottawa Family Music Expo. Over 100 musicians, dancers and artists. performing music indoors and throughout the campus of the University of Ottawa (UO; Free). 2:00: Auryn Quartet. Works by Haydn, Ravel and Mendelssohn (SM). 5:00: Kerson Leong, violin: Encore! Philip Chiu, piano (FB). 7:00: Learn to Tango. Martin de Zuviria and Anne Troise present a tango class as a prelude to Tango Soirée on July 7 (TH; Free). 7:30: National Arts Centre Orchestra and Boris Brott. Beethoven: Overture to Prometheus; A. Brott: Profundum praedictum; Cradle Song; Mozart: Symphony No.35. Joanna G’froerer, flute; Karen Donnelly, trumpet; Anna Petersen, English horn; Joel Quarrington, double bass (DC). 7:30: Love and Betrayal. Dominique Labelle, soprano; Daniel Taylor, countertenor; Adrian Butterfield, violin; Theatre of Early Music (CC). Jul 6 10:00am: Coffee Concert: A morning with the Theatre of Early Music. Rebecca Genge, soprano; Agnes Zsigovics, soprano; Daniel Taylor, countertenor; Adrian Butterfield, violin (CC). 12:00: Quartom. Vocal quartet from Quebec (SJ). 2:00: Music of India: Magical Moments with Irshad Khan, sitar. Irshad Khan Ensemble (DC). 4:00: Tous 46 | June | July | August, 2015 thewholenote.com

les Matins du Monde. Film on the theme of music, based on the early life of Marin Marais. Short live performance by French early music ensemble Fuoco E Cenere. (BC). 4:00-6:00: Music on the Canal. Rousing pirate music sung on a barge, travelling up the Rideau Canal, from Dow’s Lake to the National Arts Centre and back (Free). 7:30: Auryn Quartet II. Mozart: Quartet in G KV387; Mendelssohn: Capriccio Op.81 No.3; Beethoven: Quartet in F Op.59 No.1 (DC). 8:00: Music, Food and Wine: Complètement Toqué. Theatrical performance in homage to French gastronomy by early music ensemble from France. Fuoco E Cenere (WC; Festival-plus ticket). Jul 7 2:00: Baroque Violin. Adrian Butterfield, violin; Theatre of Early Music (CC). 7:00: Tango Soirée. Music, dance, film, art, food, wine and the opportunity to dance. Music by Piazzolla, Gardel, Troilo and others. Quartango; Roxana and Fabian, dancers; Martin de Zuviria, guitar (SC; Festivalplus ticket).7:30: Music and Marionettes: Pulcinella. Marionettes and music of Pergolesi. Bruno Leone, puppeteer; Fuoco E Cenere. (SB). 7:30: Jason Vieaux, classical guitar (DC). Jul 8 10:00am: Coffee Concert: Two Harps. Ravel: Mother Goose Suite; Lizotte: Raga; Grandjany: Aria in Classic Style; Andrès: Le Jardin des Paons et Parvis. Robin Best and Caroline Léonardelli, harps (DC).12:00: Music of Versailles. Works by Lully, Charpentier, Marais, Clérambault, Dornel and others. Fuoco E Cenere; Julie Fioretti, soprano; Patricia Lavail, recorder; Mike Fentross, theorbo; Justin Taylor, harpsichord; Jay Bernfeld, viola da gamba and direction (SB). 2:00: Vienna Piano Trio. Mozart: Trio in G K564; Schumann: Fantasiestücke Op.88; Brahms: Trio in B Op.8 (DC). 6:30: National Gallery Soirée. Over 100 musicians and 150 short musical performances, all matching the art themes of the individual galleries (NG). Jul 9 12:00: Two Pianos. Dutilleux: Figures de résonances; Stravinsky: Scènes du ballet Petrouchka; Gougeon: Andante Sostenuto; Adams: Hallelujah Junction; Brigitte Poulin and Jean Marchand, pianos (TH). 2:00: VOCES8: Eventide. Works by Tallis, Byrd, Praetorius, Monteverdi, Purcell and others. British a cappella octet (SJ). 4:30: Vienna Piano Trio II. Haydn: Trio in E-flat HobXV No.30; Mendelssohn: Trio in d Op.49 (DC). 7:30: Wallis Giunta: Ladies and Gentlemen. Works by Strauss, Schubert, Montsalvatge, Barber, Vaughan Williams and others. Wallis Giunta, mezzo; Peter Dugan, piano; Marley Giunta, guitar (SU). 8:00: Music and Law. Anecdotes of legal problems of composers throughout history. Hosted by The Right Honourable Beverley McLachlin, P.C., Chief Justice of Canada; Marie Bérard, violin; Julian Armour, cello; Andrew Tunis, piano; Marie Bouchard, harpsichord (DC). Jul 10 12:00: Trio Fibonacci (DC). 2:00: Film: Shining Night: A Portrait of Composer Morten Lauridsen (FH). 5:00: Ottawa Wind Ensemble. Works by Sparke, Cable, Whitacre and Bernstein. Mark Rocheleau, conductor (TH; Free). 7:30: Vienna Piano Trio III. Mozart: Trio in C K548; Turina: Trio No.1 in D; Saint-Saëns: Trio No.2 in e Op.92 (DC). 7:30: VOCES8: Eventide. Works by Tallis, Byrd, Praetorius, Monteverdi, Purcell and others. British a cappella octet (SM). Jul 11 10:00am: [workshop] Choral Workshop with Morten Lauridsen (DC).1:00: [workshop] Choral Workshop with Morten Lauridsen (DC). 2:00: An Afternoon of Song and Conversation. Schubert::Die Vögel; Im Frühling; Frühlingsglaube; Im Abendrot; Suleika I; Die Forelle; Brahms: O kühler Wald; O wüsst ich doch den Weg zurück; Lerchengesang. Donna Brown, soprano; Stefan Mendl, piano (SU). 5:00: Film: Shining Night: A Portrait of Composer Morten Lauridsen (FH). 7:30: Hannaford Street Silver Band. Works by Lau, Cable, Ballantine, Irvine and others. Raymond Tizzard, conductor (DC). Jul 12 3:00: Music and Health: A musician and her surgeon. A moving show about Anne Robert’s battle with cancer. Anne Robert, violin; Dr. Alain Gagnon, piano and surgeon; Claudine Chatel and René Gagnon, actors (AS).2:00: Band of the Ceremonial Guard (CA). 7:30: Chilly Gonzales, piano (SU; Festival-plus ticket). 7:30: Tribute to Morten Lauridsen. Six different choirs will perform Lauridsen’s music. Musicians from Music and Beyond; Morten Lauridsen, piano and conductor; Matthew Larkin, organ, piano and conductor; Jamie Loback, conductor (DC). Jul 13 12:00: Celebration of Canadian Composers I: Music for Flute, Viola and Harp. Joanna G’froerer, flute; Jethro Marks, viola; Michelle Gott, harp (FB). 2:00: Celebration of Canadian Composers II: Jean Desmarais’ 50 th Birthday Celebration. Jean Desmarais, piano (TH). 4:30: Celebration of Canadian Composers III: Music of Jan Järvlepp (DC). 7:30: Celebration of Canadian Composers IV. Capital Chamber Choir; Jamie Loback, conductor; Thirteen Strings; Kevin Mallon, conductor; Mike Murley, saxophone (DC). Jul 14 1:00: 1915-2015: Lost in the Wars. Music and poetry by composers and writers who perished in the two world wars (DC). 4:00: Culture and Intolerance: Remembering the Holocaust. Eva Olsson, speaker (DC). 6:00: Music and Dining: Italia! (SR; Festival-plus ticket). 7:30: Music of the Holocaust. Kleztory; Musicians from Music and Beyond (DC). 7:30: Music and Literature: Us Conductors. Sean Michaels, host; Thorwald Jørgensen, theremin; Musicians from Music and Beyond (SU). Jul 15 12:00: Kleztory (FB). 2:00: Daniel Bolshoy, guitar (SB). 7:30: Thirteen Strings: Travels in Russia. Shostakovich: Concerto No.1 for Trumpet, Piano and String Orchestra; Tchaikovsky: Serenade for Strings. Karen Donnelly, trumpet; Jean Desmarais, piano; Junior Thirteen Strings; Thirteen Strings; Kevin Mallon, conductor (DC). Jul 16 2:00: Voyage à Paris. Organ repertoire spanning four centuries. Jennifer Loveless, organ (ND). 5:30: Music and Dining: Farm to Table. Duo Rendezvous: Jasper Wood, violin; Daniel Bolshoy, guitar (SF). 7:30: Yannick-Muriel Noah: Firsts, Lasts and Onlys. Selection of composers’ first and/ or final works. R. Straus: Four Last Songs; works by Bizet, Puccini, Brahms, Verdi and others. Yannick-Muriel Noah, soprano; Jean Desmarais, piano (DC). Jul 17 7:30: Closing Gala: Music and Circus. Musicians from Music and Beyond; Cirque Fantastic (DC). Music at Port Milford July 12 to August 9 Prince Edward County, ON 613-476-7735 mpmcamp.org For further information see Green Pages listings. Musique Royale May 15 to Sept 12 Venues throughout Nova Scotia. Office in Lunenburg, NS 902-634-9994 For further information see Green Pages listings. National Youth Orchestra 2015 TD National Tour July 22 to August 10 Jul 22 7:00: Classical Tattoo of the Americas. The National Youth Orchestra of Canada performs with Youth Orchestra of the Americas in partnership with L’Orchestre de la Francophonie. Stratford Summer Music. J. Strauss Sr.: Radetzky March, Op. 228; Chavez: Symphonie India; Holst: Excerpts from The Planets; Prokofiev: Excerpts from Romeo and Juliet; Tchaikovsky: 1812 Overture. Carlos Miguel Prieto, Mark Skazinetsky, Jean-Philippe Tremblay, conductors; Lloyd Robertson, host. William Allman Memorial Arena, 15 Morenz Dr., Stratford. stratfordsummermusic.ca. PWYC. Jul 27 7:30: LeBel: monograph of bird’s eye views; Strauss: Oboe Concerto; Holst: The Planets. Hugo Lee, oboe; Michael Francis, conductor. Koerner Hall, Royal Conservatory of Music, 273 Bloor St. W., Toronto. 416-408- 0208. tickets.rcmusic.ca/public. -. Jul 29 7:00: LeBel: monograph of bird’s eye views; Strauss: Oboe Concerto; Holst: The Planets. Hugo Lee, oboe; Michael Francis, conductor. Southam Hall, National Arts Centre, 53 Elgin St., Ottawa. 1-888-243-1132. chamberfest.com/tickets. $20. Jul 30 3:00: “What Makes it Great”. Ottawa Chamberfest. Mozart: Symphony No.40 in g, K550. Rob Kapilow, commentator; Michael Francis, conductor. National Gallery of Canada, 380 Sussex Dr., Ottawa. Afiara String Quartet Saturday, July 18, 8:00 pm Pialli Ensemble Saturday, July 25, 8:00 pm Tokai String Quartet Saturday, August 1, 8:00 pm Port Milford Faculty Artists Saturday, August 8, 8:00 pm Featuring select members of the Canadian Opera Company 1-888-243-1132. chamberfest.com/tickets. . Aug 3 7:30: Strauss: Don Quixote; Santa Ana: OCASO; Rachmaninov: Symphonic Dances. Michael Francis, conductor. Maison Symphonique, 1600 Rue Saint-Urbain, Montréal. 514-842-9951. Aug 6 7:30: Strauss: Don Quixote; Santa Ana: OCASO; Rachmaninov: Symphonic Dances. Michael Francis, conductor. The Chan Centre, 6265 Crescent Rd., Vancouver. 604-822-2697. General admission ( donation suggested, free CD with donation over $20). Aug 9 7:30: LeBel: monograph of bird’s eye views; Strauss: Oboe Concerto; Holst: The Planets. Michael Francis, conductor. Jack Singer Concert Hall, Arts Commons, 205 8th Ave. S.E., Calgary. 403-294-9494. Aug 10 7:30: Strauss: Don Quixote; Santa Ana: OCASO; Rachmaninov: Symphonic Dances. Michael Francis, conductor. Enmax Hall, Winspear Centre, 4 Sir Winston Churchill Sq. NW, Edmonton. (780) 428-1414. http://www. edmontonsymphony.com/concerts-tickets. Entry by donation ( suggested, free CD with donation over $20). Music at Port Milford Chamber Music Festival & Summer School Prince Edward County, Ontario St. Mary Magdalene, 335 Main Street, Picton, ON Details at mpmcamp.org, 613-476-7735 Tickets sold at door & www.mpmcamp.org Celebrating 29 Years of Creating an Inspiring Summer Music Experience thewholenote.com June | July | August, 2015 | 47

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