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Volume 21 Issue 3 - November 2015

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"Come" seems to be the verb that knits this month's issue together. Sondra Radvanovsky comes to Koerner, William Norris comes to Tafel as their new GM, opera comes to Canadian Stage; and (a long time coming!) Jane Bunnett's musicianship and mentorship are honoured with the Premier's award for excellence; plus David Jaeger's ongoing series on the golden years of CBC Radio Two, Andrew Timar on hybridity, a bumper crop of record reviews and much much more. Come on in!

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Nice Bistro, The 117 Brock St. N., Whitby. 905-668-8839 nicebistro.com (full schedule) Old Mill, The 21 Old Mill Rd. 416-236-2641 oldmilltoronto.com The Home Smith Bar: No reservations. No cover. food/drink minimum. All shows: 7:30pm-10:30pm November 3 In Concert & Conversation with Gene DiNovi. November 5 Micah Barnes (voice, piano) Trio with Russ Boswell (bass), Daniel Barnes (drums). November 6 Colina Phillips (voice) Quartet with Stacie McGregor (piano), Mike Milligan (bass), Ted Warren (drums). November 7 Drew Jurecka (violin, sax, voice) Trio with Mark Kieswetter (piano), Clark Johnston (bass). November 12 Whitney Ross-Barris (voice) Quartet with Mark Kieswetter (piano), Ross MacIntyre (bass), John MacMurchy (sax). November 13 Tom Szczesniak (piano) Trio with Neil Swainson (bass), Ethan Ardelli (drums). November 14 Vern Dorge (sax) Trio with Nancy Walker (piano), Paul Novotny (bass). November 19 The Satin Dolls: Karen Bell, Donna Green, Liz Tansey, Ilana Waldston (voices), Mark Kieswetter (piano). November 20 Mike Cadó (guitar) Trio with Patricia Wheeler (sax), Ross MacIntyre (bass). November 21 Maureen Kennedy (voice) Trio with Bernie Senensky (piano), Steve Wallace (bass). November 26 Terra Hazelton (voice) Trio with Richard Whiteman (piano), Drew Jurecka (violin, sax, voice). November 27 Shirantha Beddage (bari sax) Trio with Mike Downes (bass), Mark Kelso (drums). November 28 Russ Little (trombone) Quartet with Tom Szczesniak (piano), Scott Alexander (bass), David DiRenzo (drums). Only Café, The 972 Danforth Ave. 416-463-7843 theonlycafe.com (full schedule) Nov 11, 25 Lazersuzan. Paintbox Bistro 555 Dundas St. E. 647-748-0555 paintboxbistro.ca (Full schedule) November 8 1pm Moo’d Swing Concert & CD Launch (adv)/(door). Pilot Tavern, The 22 Cumberland Ave. 416-923-5716 thepilot.ca All shows: 3:30pm. No cover. November 7 Pat LaBarbara Quartet. November 14 Mike Murley Quartet. November 21 Bob Brough Quartet. November 28 Barry Elmes Quartet. Poetry Jazz Café 224 Augusta Ave. 416-599-5299 poetryjazzcafe.com (full schedule) All shows: 9pm Reposado Bar & Lounge 136 Ossington Ave. 416-532-6474 reposadobar.com (full schedule) Every Wed Spy vs. Sly vs. Spy. Every Thurs, Fri 10pm Reposadists Quartet: Tim Hamel (trumpet), Jon Meyer (bass), Jeff Halischuck (drums), Roberto Rosenman (guitar). C. In the Clubs (Mostly Jazz) Reservoir Lounge, The 52 Wellington St. E. 416-955-0887 reservoirlounge.com (full schedule). Every Tue 9:45pm Tyler Yarema and his Rhythm. Every Wed 9:45pm Bradley and the Bouncers. Every Thu 9:45pm Mary McKay. Every Fri 9:45pm Dee Dee and the Dirty Martinis. Every Sat 9:45pm Tyler Yarema and his Rhythm. Rex Hotel Jazz & Blues Bar, The 194 Queen St. W. 416-598-2475 therex.ca (full schedule) Call for cover charge info. November 1 12pm Excelsior Dixieland Jazz Band; 3:30pm Club Django; 7:30pm Scott Kemp Trio; 9:45pm New York’s Ari Hoenig with Jacam Manricks Trio. November 2 6:30pm University of Toronto Student Jazz Ensembles; 9:30pm Mike Malone & The Writers Jazz Orchestra. November 3 6:30pm Jordana Talsky’s Standard Deviation; 9:30pm Classic Rex Jazz Jam hosted by Chris Gale. November 4 6:30pm The Cookers Quintet; 9:30pm Laura Swankey. November 5 6:30pm Kevin Quain; 9:45pm Mark Eisenman Quintet. November 6 4pm Hogtown Syncopators; 6:30pm Artie Roth Quartet; 9:45pm Mark Eisenman Quintet. November 7 12pm Rachel Piscione Rhythm & Blues; 3:30pm Swing Shift Big Band; 7pm Sara Dell; 9:45pm Mark Kelso’s Jazz Exiles. November 8 12pm Excelsior Dixieland Jazz Band; 3:30pm Red Hot Ramble; 7pm Scott Kemp Trio; 9:30pm Greg DeDenus Trio. November 9 6:30pm University of Toronto Student Jazz Ensembles; 9:30pm Edmonton’s Jenie Thai. November 10 6:30pm Jordana Talsky’s Vintage Pop; 9:30pm Classic Rex Jazz Jam hosted by David Diao. November 11 6:30pm Ryan Oliver Trio; 9:30pm Lorne Lofsky Quartet. November 12 6:30pm Kevin Quain; 9:30pm Lorne Lofsky Quartet. November 13 4pm Hogtown Syncopators; 6:30pm Artie Roth Quartet; 9:45pm Alison Young. November 14 12pm The Sinners Choir; 3:30pm Advocats Big Band; 7:30pm Justin Bacchus; 9:45pm Kiki Misumi Sextet. November 15 12pm Excelsior Dixieland Jazz Band; 3:30pm Dr. Nick & The Rollercoasters; 7pm Bugaloo Squad; 9:30pm James Brown Quartet. November 16 6:30pm University of Toronto Student Jazz Ensembles; 9:30pm Brampton’s Jazz Mechanics Big Band. November 17 6:30pm Jordana Talsky’s Mixed Bag; 9:30pm Classic Rex Jazz Jam hosted by Chris Gale. November 18 6:30pm Ryan Oliver Trio; 9:30pm New York’s Greg Osby with Luis Deniz Quintet. November 19 6:30pm Kevin Quain; 9:30pm New York’s Greg Osby with Luis Deniz Quintet. November 20 4pm Hogtown Syncopators; 6:30pm Artie Roth Quartet; 9:45pm Alex Pangman. November 21 12pm The Sinners Choir; 3:30pm Laura Hubert Band; 7:30pm Justin Bacchus; 9:45pm Al Henderson Quintet. November 22 12pm Excelsior Dixieland Jazz Band; 3:30pm Mr. Rick’s Tin Pan Alley; 7pm Bugaloo Squad; 9:30pm Three Blind Mice. November 23 6:30pm University of Toronto Student Jazz Ensembles; 9:30pm Taylor Cook Quintet. November 24 6:30pm Jordana Talsky’s Cabaret Jazz; 9:30pm Classic Rex Jazz Jam hosted by Chris Gale. November 25 6:30pm Ryan Oliver Trio; 9:30pm Ken McDonald Quartet. November 26 6:30pm Kevin Quain; 9:30pm Mike Murley Quartet. November 27 4pm Hogtown Syncopators; 6:30pm Artie Roth Quartet; 9:45pm New York’s Russ Nolan Quartet. November 28 12pm The Sinners Choir; 3:30pm George Lake Big Band; 7:30pm Sara Dell; 9:45pm Humber Faculty Nonet. November 29 12pm Excelsior Dixieland Jazz Band; 3:30pm Freeway Dixieland Band; 7pm Bugaloo Squad; 9:30pm Sammy Jackson Group. November 30 6:30pm University of Toronto Student Jazz Ensembles; 9:30pm University of Toronto Jazz Orchestras. Salty Dog Bar & Grill, The 1980 Queen St. E. 416-849-5064 (full schedule) Sauce on the Danforth 1376 Danforth Ave. 647-748-1376 sauceondanforth.com All shows: No cover. Every Mon 9pm The Out Of Towners: Dirty Organ Jazz. Every Tue 6pm Julian Fauth. Seven44 (Formerly Chick n’ Deli/The People’s Chicken) 744 Mount Pleasant Rd. 416-489-7931 seven44.com (full schedule) November 2 7:30pm Advocats Big Band No cover. November 9 7:30pm The Big City Big Band No cover. November 16 7:30pm George Lake Big Band No cover. November 23 7:30pm Mega City Swing Band. Stori Aperitivo 95 King St. E 416-361-0404 stori.ca (full schedule) Competitions ●●NUMUS. Student Curator Competition 2015. Open to all undergraduate students currently enrolled at accredited Canadian universities or colleges, up to a maximum age of 25. The winner will curate a concert in NUMUS’ MIX Music Series in the 2015-2016 concert season, to be presented on Sunday, April 10, 2016 at The Block 3 Brewery in St. Jacobs. Winners will receive financial support from NUMUS (up to a maximum of 0) to cover programming costs such as artist fees, tech fees, and equipment rentals if applicable. Winners will also receive advertising and marketing support from NUMUS and mentorship from NUMUS’ artistic director. numus.on.ca Deadline: November 27 2015. ●●Orchestra Toronto. Marta Hidy Concerto Competition 2016. This year’s prize awarded to a percussionist. For Canadian virtuosos aged 23 and younger. Prize includes a scholarship of ,000 and an opportunity to perform as a soloist with Orchestra Toronto at its December 2016 youth-oriented concert at the Toronto Centre for the Arts. For full history and registration form: orchestratoronto.ca Deadline for mailing the application form and registration fee: February 1 2016. ●●Toronto Mendelssohn Choir. Choral Composition Competition for emerging composers. Winner receives 00, Debbie Fleming Prize for Choral Composition, and TMC premiere of work at the January 20th D. The ETCeteras Tattoo 567 Queen St. W 416-703-5488 tattooqueenwest.com (full schedule) Nov 25 8pm Galen Weston CD Release: Plugged In (adv)/(door). Toni Bulloni 156 Cumberland St. 416-967-7676 tonibulloni.com (full schedule) No cover. Saturday shows: 9pm. food/ drink minimum. Sunday shows: 6pm. food/drink minimum. Tranzac 292 Brunswick Ave. 416-923-8137 tranzac.org 3-4 shows daily, various styles. Mostly PWYC. Every Mon 10pm Open Mic Mondays. Every Thurs 7:30pm Bluegrass Thursdays: Houndstooth. Every Fri 5pm The Foolish Things (folk). This month’s shows include: November 1, 15 5pm Monk’s Music. November 2 7:30pm Jeremy Cunningham (drums) Quartet with Jeff Parker (guitar), Josh Johnson (sax), Matt Ulery (bass). November 3 7:30pm Ali Berkok; 10pm Peripheral Vision. November 8 10pm The Lina Allemano Four. November 10 7:30pm Aurochs; 10pm Bedroom. November 15 7:30pm Diane Roblin. November 17 10pm The Ken McDonald Quartet. November 24 10pm Nick Fraser Presents. November 27 10pm The Ryan Driver Sextet. Symposium concert. For more info and submission requirements: tmchoir.org/ new-choral-composition-competition-foremerging-composers/ Deadline for submissions: November 13 2015. Festivals, Fairs, Festivities ●●Nov 15: Iceland Naturally. An Evening in Iceland. Interactive ticketed event showcasing the best cuisine Iceland has to offer. Join chef Helgadóttir along with Oliver & Bonacini’s Anthony Walsh and Michael Wilson for a meet and greet cocktail reception, followed by a four-course tasting menu. Chefs will walk guests through the menu while they dine at communal tables and are treated to a musical performance throughout the night. Luma Restaurant, 330 King St. W. icelandnaturally.com. 5. Lectures, Salons, Symposia ●●Nov 01 2:30-5:30: International Resource Centre for Performing Artists. Who’s Who in the Industry. William Littler moderates a high-voltage session that examines the challenges and advantages of the present day, through the perspectives of music presenters, managers, performers, journalists, publicists and more. Panelists include Annette Sanger, Women’s Musical Club; Anthony Sargent, Luminato Festival; Stan Passfield, Orillia Concert Society; Faye Perkins, Real World Management/Records; Kathy Domoney, Domoney Artists Management; and others. Performing Arts Lodge, 110 The Esplanade. 58 | Nov 1 - Dec 7, 2015 thewholenote.com

416-362-1422; http://ircpa.net IRCPA members; non-members ●●Nov 02 – 23, Mondays at 1:30: Miles Nadal JCC. Four of the Greatest Scenes from Four of the Greatest Operas. With opera educator Iain Scott. Does the stage director make a difference? Iain will examine the ways in which all-time great scenes from Carmen, Don Giovanni, Aida and Tosca have been interpreted in widely different productions. 750 Spadina Ave. To register: 416-924-6211 x0. (4-week series); drop-in. ●●Nov 05 – 26 1:00-3:00: Royal Conservatory of Music. Music Appreciation Course: Music of the North. This course will survey Sibelius’ wonderful seven symphonies – works that are famous for their evocations of mists, hoar frosts and bleak, austere landscapes. Instructor: Rick Phillips. 273 Bloor St. W. For information and to register: 416-408-2825; rcmusic.ca/musicappreciation 5. ●●Nov 06 12:30: Queen’s University. Queen’s Music: New Directions for Sociology of Music Education. Colloquium Presentation by Dr. Roberta Lamb. Harrison-LeCaine Hall, Rm. 124, 39 Bader Lane, Kingston. 613-533-2066; queensu.ca/music Free. ●●Nov 07 7:00: The Toronto Gilbert and Sullivan Society. Quiz ’n Kaye. Fun prevails with a riotous quiz on all things Victorian. Plus, hear Danny Kaye and Nelson Eddy sing G&S, through recordings, with Canon Michael Burgess providing context, a bit of bio, and ‘answers oracular.’ St. Andrew’s United Church, 117 Bloor Street E. 416-763-0832. Guests: . ●●Nov 08 2:00–5:00: Classical Music Club Toronto. A gathering place for all lovers of classical music. Originally started over 20 years ago as a gay social club, we now warmly welcome both gay and gay-positive visitors. Monthly sessions offer a prepared program and feature audio and video recordings and informal discussion with refreshments. This month’s program covers Swedish pianist Peter Jablonski who appears with Music Toronto on Nov. 10. For information and location, contact John Sharpe at 416-597-1924 or info@classicalmusicclubtoronto.org Annual membership: ; first-time visitors free. ●●Nov 08 2:00: Toronto Opera Club. Aging and Creativity in Verdi, Strauss, Messiaen and Britten. Guest speakers Linda and Michael Hutcheon discuss their latest book Four Last Songs. Room 330, Edward Johnson Bldg., Faculty of Music, 80 Queen’s Park. 416-924- 3940. . ●●Nov 12 7:00: Soundstreams Salon 21. Directing an Opera. Canadian Stage artistic director and Julie director Matthew Jocelyn gives us a sneak peek into his creative process for directing contemporary opera. A first chance to hear excerpts from Philippe Boesmans’s opera, Julie, before its North American premiere on Nov 17. Berkeley Street Theatre, Upstairs, 26 Berkeley Street. 416-504-1282. Free; PWYC preferred seating available. ●●Nov 13 12:30: Queen’s University. Queen’s Music: The Language of Music. Colloquium Presentation by Robert Aitken, flutist. Harrison-LeCaine Hall, Rm. 124, 39 Bader Lane, Kingston. 613-533-2066; queensu.ca/music Free. ●●Nov 17 11:30am: Queen’s University. D. The ETCeteras Queen’s Music: Overcoming Obstacles in Performance: Strategies to Combat Performance Anxiety. Colloquium Presentation by Dina Namer. Harrison-LeCaine Hall, Rm. 124, 39 Bader Lane, Kingston. 613-533-2066; queensu.ca/music Free. ●●Nov 17 1:30: Oakville Opera Guild. Opera Gems on Film. Features Dean Perry, musician and classic movie aficionado. Oakville Public Library Central Branch, 120 Navy St. Oakville. 905-827-5678; Oakville. Opera.Guild@ outlook.com (proceeds go towards our scholarship fund, to be awarded to a student attending the Faculty of Music at the U of Toronto, and support our annual donation to the Canadian Opera Company. ●●Nov 18 7:00: North York Central Library. Elvis is King: Costello’s My Aim is True. Richard Crouse delves into the story of the creation of the groundbreaking album, focusing on Costello’s musical upbringing, the recording of the legendary songs, and the marketing behind the music that would redefine youth culture. Auditorium, 5120 Yonge St. To register: 416-395-5639. Free. ●●Nov 19 1:30: Miles Nadal JCC. Big Band Jazz: Gershwin to Goodman and Beyond. Learn how songwriters from Tin Pan Alley and musicians George Gershwin and Benny Goodman changed the face of American Jazz. Includes an historical overview, film/music clips and live clarinet music. With musician Jonno Lightstone. 750 Spadina Ave. For more information: 416-924-6211 x155 or lisar@ mnjcc.org . ●●Nov 20 12:30: Queen’s University. Queen’s Music: Brave New World: The Twentieth Century Begins. Colloquium presentation by Philip Adamson, pianist. Harrison-LeCaine Hall, Rm. 124, 39 Bader Lane, Kingston. 613- 533-2066; queensu.ca/music Free. ●●Nov 25 & Dec 02 2:00-4:00: Royal Conservatory of Music. Music Appreciation Course: Christmas by Bach: The Christmas Oratorio. Explore the joy, mystery, contemplation and awe of this 6-part masterpiece in preparation for the performance by the Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra and Chamber Choir, directed by Ivars Taurins. Instructor: Rick Phillips with special guest, Ivars Taurins. 273 Bloor St. W. For information and to register: 416-408- 2825; rcmusic.ca/musicappreciation . ●●Nov 26 1:30: Miles Nadal JCC. Big Band Jazz: Gershwin to Goodman and Beyond. Learn how songwriters from Tin Pan Alley and musicians George Gershwin and Benny Goodman changed the face of American Jazz. Includes an historical overview, film/music clips and live clarinet music. With musician Jonno Lightstone. 750 Spadina Ave. For more information: (416) 924-6211 x155 or lisar@ mnjcc.org . ●●Second Tuesday of every month (excluding December & June/July): Duke Ellington Society, Toronto chapter. Meeting dedicated to learning more about Ellington’s music. Montgomery’s Inn, 4709 Dundas St. W. For membership details: 416-239-2683. ●●Every Wednesday to Nov 30: Majlis Arts. Artists in the Library residency: Pneuma Ensemble. Medieval music events, including lecture/demos, kids and adult programs, and an anglo-norman werewolf theatrical extravaganza just after Halloween. Fairview Library, 35 Fairview Mall Dr. torontopubliclibrary.ca/search. jsp?Ntt=pneuma+ensemble Free. Master Classes ●●Nov 03 and 04 10:00am-1:00 and 2:00- 5:00: International Resource Centre for Performing Artists. Encounter with Measha Brueggergosman. Soprano Measha Brueggergosman works with young professional singers in opera, oratorio or recital, in matters such as repertoire, performance, stagecraft, style and career essentials. Applications must be received no later than October 20. Alliance Française, 24 Spadina Road. 416-362-1422; ircpa.net Observers welcome: IRCPA members (or for the day); non-members ( for the day). ●●Nov 05 2:00-5:00: International Resource Centre for Performing Artists. Encounter with Maestro Marco Guidarini. Guidarini will give advice to five Canadian singers on their Italian style and pronunciation in performance. Alliance Française, 24 Spadina Road. 416-362-1422; ircpa.net for IRCPA members; non-members . ●●Nov 07 10:00am-12:00 noon: Music at Metropolitan. Organ Master Class with Stefan Engels. Metropolitan United Church, 56 Queen St. E. 416-363-0331. Free. ●●Nov 20 2:10: University of Toronto Faculty of Music. Flute Master Class with Lorna McGhee, principal flutist of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. Walter Hall, Edward Johnson Bldg., 80 Queen’s Park. 416-978- 3744. Free ●●Dec 01 2:00: University of Toronto Faculty of Music. The Riki Turofsky Master Class in Voice. With soprano Sondra Radvanovsky. Walter Hall, Edward Johnson Bldg., 80 Queen’s Park. 416-978-3744. Free Screenings ●●Nov 08 4:00 and 7:30: Toronto Jewish Film Society/ Royal Conservatory/Goethe- Institut Toronto. Wunderkinder. The moving story of three musical prodigies - two Jewish and one German - set in 1941, during the Nazi invasion of Poltava/Ukraine. In a war-torn, grown-up world gone mad, the three children provide the light of music and, ultimately, salvation. Guest speaker: author/artist Bernice Eisenstein. Miles Nadal JCC, 750 Spadina Ave. 416-924-6211 x606. ; (young adults 18-35). Spoken Word, Performance Art ●●Nov 12 8:00: Massey Hall. Torn from the Pages: author Nino Ricci. Also featuring Nobu Adilman, Tony Dekker (Great Lake Swimmers), Oh Susanna, Corin Raymond, Lucas Silveira and Michael Winter. Each will perform newly-commissioned songs, stories, poems and more, evoked and inspired by Ricci’s latest novel, Sleep. Ricci, too, will participate, reading his own work. Harbourfront Centre Theatre, 231 Queens Quay W.416-872- 4255; masseyhall.com .50 - .50. ●●Dec 04 – 06, 11 – 13, 18 – 20: Church of the Holy Trinity.The Christmas Story. Professional musicians and a volunteer cast present this charming hour-long Nativity play. Matinee and evening performances: please see website for exact times. 19 Trinity Square. 416-598-4521 x301; thechristmasstory.ca Suggested donation: adults; children. Workshops ●●Nov 07 2:00: CAMMAC Toronto Region. Vocal Percussion Workshop. Rodrigo Chavez, leader. Northern District Library, 40 Orchard View Blvd. 905-877-0671. ; (members). ●●Nov 13 7:30: CAMMAC Recorder Players’ Society. Amateur recorder players are invited to join in the playing of early music. Mount Pleasant Road Baptist Church, 527 Mount Pleasant Rd. 416-597-0485 or cammac.ca (non-members). Refreshments included. ●●Nov 14 10:30am-1:00: Toronto Mendelssohn Choir. Singsation Saturday Choral Workshop. Join guest conductor Mervin Fick of the MCS Chorus and Toronto Beach Chorale, members of the Toronto Mendelssohn Choir, and an enthusiastic community of singers for a program of Handel’s stirring Coronation Anthems. Bring your voice, we’ll provide the scores. Yorkminster Park Baptist Church, 1585 Yonge St. 416-598-0422 x223; tmchoir. org/singsation-saturdays/ . ●●Nov 22 2:00: CAMMAC Toronto Region. Reading of C.P.E. Bach: Die Israeliten in der Wuste, for singers and instrumentalists. David Passmore, conductor. Christ Church Deer Park, 1570 Yonge St. 416-482-6562. ; (members). ●●Dec 04 7:30: CAMMAC Recorder Players’ Society. Amateur recorder players are invited to join in the playing of early music. Guest coach Avery MacLean. Mount Pleasant Road Baptist Church, 527 Mount Pleasant Rd. 416-597-0485or cammac.ca (non-members). Refreshments included. ●●Dec 05 2:00-4:30: Musikay. How to Handle Messiah. An exploration of the performance practices of baroque music and a discussion on different interpretations of Handel’s masterwork. Grace Lutheran Church, 304 Spruce St. Oakville. To reserve: 905-825- 9740; musikay.ca . PASQUALE BROTHERS PURVEYORS OF FINE FOOD CATERING (416) 364-7397 WWW.PASQUALEBROS.COM thewholenote.com Nov 1 - Dec 7, 2015 | 59

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