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Volume 25 Issue 2 - October 2019

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Long promised, Vivian Fellegi takes a look at Relaxed Performance practice and how it is bringing concert-going barriers down across the spectrum; Andrew Timar looks at curatorial changes afoot at the Music Gallery; David Jaeger investigates the trumpets of October; the 30th anniversary of the Velvet Revolution (and the 20th Anniversary of our October Blue Pages Presenter profiles) in our Editor's Opener; the Toronto Mendelssohn Choir at 125; Tapestry at 40 and Against the Grain at 10; ringing in the changing season across our features and columns; all this and more, now available in Flip Through format here, and on the stands commencing this coming Friday September 27, 2019. Enjoy.

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New York, where he obtained an MMus from the Manhattan School of Music. He is now a resident of St. John’s, Newfoundland, and a faculty member at Memorial University. Featuring Toronto musicians Andrew Downing (bass) and Nick Fraser (drums), and released on the Canadian label Alma Records, First Spring speaks to Hoefner’s ongoing engagement with the Canadian jazz scene. At The Rex, Hoefner will be playing with Downing and drummer Jim Doxas. Also at The Rex: vocalist Joanna Majoko brings her sextet on October 19, Chelsea McBride’s large ensemble Socialist Night School plays on October 21 and Dayna Stephens’ Pluto Juice – with Anthony Fung, Andrew Marzotto, and Rich Brown – plays on October 25 and 26. Sam Kirmayer at the Bistro On October 2, Montreal guitarist Sam Kirmayer will be stopping by Jazz Bistro as part of a cross-Canada tour to promote his recent organ trio album, High and Low, released on Vancouver’s Cellar Music label. As on the album, Kirmayer will be joined by Montreal’s Dave Laing on drums and the American keyboardist Ben Paterson on B3. Kirmayer is something of a traditionalist, and his playing resembles that of Grant Green and Wes Montgomery more than it does Pat Metheny, John Scofield or Kurt Rosenwinkel. His preferred instrument is a largebody archtop guitar, and he typically plays with minimal effects, a choice that lends itself well to the swinging, bluesy style that he favours. Kirmayer has made an apt choice in bandmates: Paterson has worked with Bobby Broom, Johnny O’Neal and Peter Bernstein, and is equally adept on piano as he is on organ. Laing – a McGill faculty member – has performed with a wide range of notable jazz artists, from Canadian luminaries such as Ed Bickert, Lorne Lofsky and Don Thompson, to international musicians such as Dave Liebman, Kenny Werner, and Sheila Jordan. Burdock Beat Goes On Burdock continues to be a venue at which jazz consistently intersects with indie music, to ongoing success. On October 12, the New Yorkbased singer Emma Frank makes a stop at the Music Hall on tour in support of her recent release Come Back, with Aaron Parks, Franky Rousseau, Tommy Crane and Zack Lober. On October 29, Bernice – Toronto vocalist Robin Dann’s pop, jazz and R&B-flavoured indie vehicle, which features Thom Gill, Felicity Williams, Phil Melanson and Dan Fortin – plays with Booty EP. Frank and Dann play different kinds of music, and have each developed an interesting, individual body of work. But the projects are aligned in the sense that they feature open, creative musicians with a high degree of formal jazz training playing intelligent vocal music with a distinctive indie sensibility. Also at Burdock: On October 21, guitarist Dan Pitt celebrates the release of his trio’s debut album Fundamentally Flawed. Joined by bassist Alex Fournier and drummer Nick Fraser, Pitt’s trio plays a brand of modern jazz rooted in an open, improvisatory practice that allows for a diverse range of influences – from classical to folk to metal – to make themselves heard. Colin Story is a jazz guitarist, writer and teacher based in Toronto. He can be reached at, on Instagram and on Twitter. D. In the Clubs (Mostly Jazz) Home Smith Bar – See Old Mill, The Hugh’s Room 2261 Dundas St. W 416 533 5483 All shows at 8:30pm unless otherwise noted. See website for individual show prices. Oct 1 8pm Dr. Mike Daley Presents: The Bob Dylan Story. Oct 2 Yamaha Presents: Bobby Shew. Oct 3 Gathering Sparks CD Release. Oct 4 Martin Simpson. Oct 5 Bill Durst. Oct 6 David Francey. Oct 7 Joan Bessie. Oct 8 The Stanfields. Oct 9 Lloyd Spiegel. Oct 10 Mad Dogs and Englishmen: Music of Joe Cocker & Leon Russell. Oct 11 Dar Williams. Oct 12 Claire Lynch. Oct 16 8pm Steve Goldberger & The Gentle Spirits. Oct 17 Tom Rush. Oct 18 Old Man Luedecke. Oct 19 Ray Montford. Oct 20 Mary Fahl. Oct 22 9am Ravel, 8:30pm The Al Purdy Songbook. Oct 23 8:30pm John Wort Hannam. Oct 24 8:30pm Etta James Tribute. Oct 25 The French Connection. Oct 26 Sheila Jordan. Oct 27 Russel DeCarle w/ Paul Pigat & Steve Briggs. Oct 30 Coco Love Alcorn. Oct 31 Shrinehouse and Stardust. Sunday, Oct 13 at 4:30pm Tribute to Ray Brown, with Dave Young (bass) Christ Church Deer Park, 1570 Yonge St. (north of St. Clair at Heath St.) Admission is free; donations are welcome. Featuring some of Toronto’s best jazz musicians with a brief reflection by Jazz Vespers Clergy Sunday, Oct 27 at 4:30pm Mike Murley Trio Jazz Bistro, The 251 Victoria St. 416-363-5299 (full schedule) Oct 2 8pm Sam Kirmayer Trio. Oct 3 9pm Latin Festival: Amanda Martinez. Oct 4 9pm Latin Festival: Rafael Zaldivar. Oct 5 9pm Latin Festival: Santerias. Oct 6 7pm Payadora. Oct 9 8pm David Rubel’s 251 Jazz Jam. Oct 10 9pm Halie Loren. Oct 11 9pm Lew Tabackin w/ The Bernie Senensky Trio. Oct 12 9pm Lew Tabackin w/ The Bernie Senensky Trio. Oct 13 7pm Simone Morris. Oct 15 8pm Chandrika Tandon / Kenny Werner Duo, w/ Collen Allen Trio. Oct 16 8pm David Rubel’s 251 Jazz Jam. Oct 17 9pm Mark Eisenman / Mike Murley Quartet. Oct 18 9pm Mark Eisenman / Mike Murley Quartet. Oct 19 9pm Mark Eisenman / Mike Murley Quartet. Oct 20 7pm Mary Kelly. Oct 23 8pm David Rubel’s 251 Jazz Jam. Oct 24 8:30pm Colin Hunter and The Anthony Terpstra Seventet. Oct 25 9pm Colin Hunter w/ The Joe Sealy Quartet. Oct 26 Colin Hunter w/ The Joe Sealy Quartet. Oct 30 8pm David Rubel’s 251 Jazz Jam. Oct 31 9pm William Carn Quintet. Jazz Room, The Located in the Huether Hotel, 59 King St. N., Sunday, Nov 10 at 4:30pm TBA 416-920-5211 Waterloo. 226-476-1565 (full schedule) All shows: 8:30-11:30pm unless otherwise indicated. Attendees must be 19+. Cover charge varies (generally -$25) Oct 4 Sam Kirmayer. Oct 5 Luis Deniz Group. Oct 6 4pm Sonic Perfume. Oct 11 Venuti String Quartet, Dialectica Saxophone Quartet. Oct 12 Norman Marshall Villeneuve’s Art Blakey Celebration. Oct 18 Jon Crespo Quartet. Oct 19 The Ault Sisters. Oct 25 Dave Young Trio w/ The Penderecki String Quartet. Oct 26 Thompson Egbo-Egbo. Lula Lounge 1585 Dundas St. W. 416-588-0307 (full schedule) Every Fri 7:30pm Afterwork Global Party Series free before 8pm; Every Fri 8:30pm Havana Club Fridays ; Every Sat 10:30pm Salsa Saturdays . Oct 2 8:30pm Juan Wauters. Oct 3 6:30pm Tia Brazda. Oct 6 6pm Celebrating The Music of Gladys Knight. Oct 8 7pm Dwayne Morgan 26 th Anniversary Celebration. Oct 9 7pm Tiki Collective and John Finely. Oct 10 6:30pm JV’s Boogaloo Squad. Oct 16 6pm Hustling Verse Book Launch. Oct 17 6:30pm Toronto Witches’ Ball 2019. Oct 22 7pm Renascent Laughs: Comedy Fundraiser. Oct 25 10am Pure Expansion Fall Summit. Manhattans Pizza Bistro & Music Club 951 Gordon St., Guelph 519-767-2440 (full schedule) Mezzetta Restaurant 681 St. Clair Ave. W. 416-658-5687 (full schedule) Sets at 9pm & 10:15pm Oct 2 Kye Marshall & Dan Ionescu. Oct 9 Julia Pal & Kevin Barrett. Oct 15 Lorne Lofsky & David Occhipinti. Oct 16 Ted Quinlan & Mike Downes. Oct 17 Brian Katz & Jonno Lightstone. Oct 18 Dave Young & Reg Schwager. Oct 19 Tres Kilos Trio. Oct 20 Mike Murley Trio. Oct 30 Maureen Kennedy & Ben Bishop. Monarch Tavern 12 Clinton St. 416-531-5833 (full schedule) Oct 1 8pm Belleville-Ville. Oct 2 8pm Sequoyah Murray w/ cutsleeve. Oct 3 7pm Biblioasis 15 th Anniversary. Oct 4 8:30pm Bodywash w/ For Keeps, Roach, Spirit Josh. Oct 5 9pm William Tyler w/ Joseph Shabason. Oct 7 7:30pm Martin Loomer & His Orange Devils Orchestra. Oct 11 8pm Grizzly Coast w/ Lenny Bull. Oct 12 9pm Operator Music Band w/ Fresh Snow. Oct 16 8:30pm Tsushimamire w/ Vipers, Nikki Fierce. Oct 17 8pm Calliope Musicals. Oct 18 8pm BENEE. Oct 19 8:30pm Safia Nolin. Oct 24 8:30pm Paper Beat Scissors w/ Merival. Oct 25 9pm Biblical w/ Witchrot, Fake Humans. Oct 29 8pm Quintron & Miss Pussycat. Oct 31 8pm Ryan McMullan. N’awlins Jazz Bar & Dining 299 King St. W. 416-595-1958 All shows: No cover/PWYC. Every Tue 6:30pm Stacie McGregor. Every Wed 7pm The Jim Heineman Trio. Every Thur 8pm Nothin’ But the Blues with Joe Bowden. Every Fri & Sat 8:30pm N’awlins All Star Band; Every Sun 7pm Brooke Blackburn. Nice Bistro, The 117 Brock St. N., Whitby. 905-668-8839 (full schedule) Live jazz and dinner, .00 per person. Dinner from 6pm and music from 7pm to 9pm. Oct 9 Larry Bond & Bob Mills. Oct 23 Farrucas Latin Duo. 58 | October 2019

Old Mill, The 21 Old Mill Rd. 416-236-2641 (full schedule) The Home Smith Bar: No reservations. No cover. food/drink minimum. All shows: 7:30-10:30pm unless otherwise listed. Oct 1 Gene DiNovi. Oct 4 Canadian Jazz Quartet w/ Brian O’Kane. Oct 9 John MacLeod. Oct 10 Sophia Perlman & Adrean Farrugia’s Thursday Night Jazz Party. Oct 12 Brian Blain’s Campfire Jam. Oct 16 Russ Little. Oct 17 Bob DeAngelis. Oct 18 6pm Groove Night w/ DJ Ian. Oct 19 6pm Enrico Galante. Oct 25 6pm Groove Night w/ DJ Ian. Oct 26 6pm Spooktacular Halloween Party. Oct 30 John MacMurchy. Only Café, The 972 Danforth Ave. 416-463-7843 (full schedule) Pilot Tavern, The 22 Cumberland Ave. 416-923-5716 All shows: 2:30pm. No cover. Oct 5 Jim Gelcer Quartet. Oct 12 Aaron Davis Quintet. Oct 19 Bernie Senensky Quartet. Oct 26 Jeff King Quartet. Poetry Jazz Café 224 Augusta Ave. 416-599-5299 (full schedule) Reposado Bar & Lounge 136 Ossington Ave. 416-532-6474 (full schedule) Reservoir Lounge, The 52 Wellington St. E. 416-955-0887 (full schedule). Every Tue & Sat, 8:45pm Tyler Yarema and his Rhythm. Every Wed 9pm The Digs. Every Thurs 9:45pm Stacey Kaniuk. Every Fri 9:45pm Dee Dee and the Dirty Martinis. Rex Hotel Jazz & Blues Bar, The 194 Queen St. W. 416-598-2475 (full schedule) Call for cover charge info. Oct 1 6:30pm Chris Wallace Group, 9:30pm Big Smoke Brass. Oct 2 6:30pm Ernest Cervini’s Tetrahedron, 9:30pm Rafael Zaldivar Group. Oct 3 6:30pm Artie Roth Quartet, 9:45pm Barry Elmes Quintet. Oct 4 4pm Hogtown Syncopators, 6:30pm Colleen Allen, 9:45pm Barry Elmes Quintet. Oct 5 12pm Adam & Adam’s Remnants, 3:30pm Chris Hunt Tentet + 2, 7pm Jenna Marie R&B, 9:45pm Dave Young Quintet. Oct 6 12pm Excelsior Dixieland Jazz Band, 3:30pm Club Django, 7pm Alex Lakusta Electric Trio, 9:30pm Barry Romberg Group. Oct 7 6:30pm U of T Student Jazz Ensembles, 9:30pm Mike Malone & The Writer’s Jazz Orchestra. Oct 8 6:30pm Chris Wallace Group, 9:30pm Chris Gale Hosts Classic Rex Jazz Jam. Oct 9 6:30pm Ernesto Cervini’s Tetrahedron, 9:30pm Snarky Puppy’s Chris Bullock. Oct 10 6:30pm Artie Roth Quartet, 9:45pm Annual Coltrane Tribute feat. Pat LaBarbera, Kirk MacDonald, Joe LaBarbera. Oct 11 4pm Hogtown Syncopators, 6:30pm Colleen Allen, 9:45pm Annual Coltrane Tribute feat. Pat LaBarbera, Kirk MacDonald, Joe LaBarbera. Oct 12 12pm Adam & Adam’s Remnants, 3:30pm Laura Hubert Band, 7pm Neon Eagle, 9:45pm Annual Coltrane Tribute feat. Pat LaBarbera, Kirk MacDonald, Joe LaBarbera. Oct 13 12pm Excelsior Dixieland Jazz Band, 3:30pm Red Hot Ramble, 7pm Alex Lakusta Electric Trio, 9:30pm Dan Willis. Oct 14 6:30pm U of T Student Jazz Ensembles, 9:30pm Hannah Barstow Trio. Oct 15 6:30pm Chris Wallace Group, 9:30pm Chris Gale hosts Classic Rex Jazz Jam. Oct 16 6:30pm Ernesto Cervini’s Tetrahedron, 9:30pm Andrew Boniwell. Oct 17 6:30pm Artie Roth Quartet, 9:30pm Paul DeLong’s One Word. Oct 18 4pm Hogtown Syncopators, 6:30pm Colleen Allen, 9:45pm Joe Policastro Trio. Oct 19 12pm Adam & Adam’s Remnants, 3:30pm Swing Shift Big Band, 7pm Jenna Marie R&B, 9:45pm Joanna Majoko Sextet. Oct 20 12pm Excelsior Dixieland Jazz Band, 3:30pm Dr. Nick & The Rollercoasters, 7pm Alex Lakusta Electric Trio, 9:30pm Brian Charette Organ Trio. Oct 21 6:30pm U of T Student Jazz Ensembles, 9:30pm Chelsea McBride’s Socialist Night School. Oct 22 6:30pm Chris Wallace Group, 9:30pm Chris Gale hosts Classic Rex Jazz Jam. Oct 23 6:30pm Ernesto Cervini’s Tetrahedron, 9:30pm Florian Hoefner Trio. Oct 24 6:30pm Artie Roth Quartet, 9:30pm Florian Hoefner Trio. Oct 25 4pm Hogtown Syncopators, 6:30pm Colleen Allen, 9:45pm Dayna Stephens & Pluto Juice. Oct 25 4pm Hogtown Syncopators, 6:30pm Colleen Allen, 9:45pm Dayna Stephens & Pluto Juice. Oct 26 12pm Adam & Adam’s Remnants, 3:30pm Paul Reddick Blues, 7pm Neon Eagle, 9:45pm Dayna Stephens & Pluto Juice. Oct 27 12pm Dixieland: Louisiana Havana, 3:30pm The Butter & Egg Men, 7pm Alex Lakusta Electric Trio, 9:30pm Jacob’s Cattle. Oct 28 6:30pm U of T Student Jazz Ensembles, 8:30pm John Mac- Leod’s Rex Hotel Orchestra. Oct 29 6:30pm Chris Wallace Groups, 9:30pm Chris Gale hosts Classic Rex Jazz Jam. Oct 30 6:30pm Ernesto Cervini’s Tetrahedron, 9:30pm JV’s Boogaloo Squad. Oct 31 6:30pm Artie Roth Quartet, 9:30pm Mareika Weining Quintet. Salty Dog Bar & Grill, The 1980 Queen St. E. 416-849-5064 (full schedule) Every Tue 7-10pm Jazz Night. Every Thu 8:30pm Karaoke. Every Fri 9:30pm Blues Jam - house band with weekly featured guest. Every Sat 3pm Salty Dog Saturday Matinée. Sauce on Danforth 1376 Danforth Ave. 647-748-1376 All shows: No cover. Every Mon 9pm Gareth Parry’s Book Club. Every Tue 6pm Julian Fauth. Every Wed Paul Reddick & Friends. Every Thu 8pm Steve Koven and Artie Roth. Sat and Sun Matinees 4pm various performers. The Senator Winebar 249 Victoria St 416 364-7517 (full schedule) Tranzac 292 Brunswick Ave. 416-923-8137 (full schedule) 3-4 shows daily, various styles, in three different performance spaces. Mostly PWYC. Clubs & Groups ●●Oct 06 2:00: Toronto Opera Club. Scenes from Verdi’s Macbeth. Guest speaker: Iain Scott. Edward Johnson Bldg., Faculty of Music, 80 Queens Park, Room 330. 416-924-3940. . ●●Oct 13 2:00: Classical Music Club Toronto. Massenet and His Exotic Operas. For further information, visit classicalmusicclubtoronto. org or contact John Sharpe at 416-898-2549 or Annual membership: $25(regular); (sr/st). Free for first-time visitors. Donations accepted for refreshments. Competitions ●●Dec 01: Toronto Mozart Violin Competition. Application deadline: Dec 1 but applications are being accepted now. Further information at ●●Dec 01: Toronto Mozart Vocal Competition. Application deadline: Dec 1 but applications are being accepted now. Further information at Film Screenings ●●Oct 19 7:30: Mississauga Festival Choir. Phantom of the Opera. Film screening of the 1925 silent film The Phantom of the Opera. Music for chamber orchestra by Andrew Downing. RBC Theatre, Living Arts Centre, 4141 Living Arts Dr., Mississauga. 905-306-6000 or . ●●Oct 29 7:30: Toronto Theatre Organ Society. Silent Film Screening: Nosferatu. Live improvised pipe-organ accompaniment. David Simon, organ. Roncesvalles United Church, 240 Roncesvalles Ave. 416-499-6262. /(adv). Galas, Tributes and Fundraisers ●●Oct 06 2:00: Orpheus Choir of Toronto. Sidgwick Scholars 30th Anniversary Fundraiser. Opera hits in celebration of the 30th anniversary of our emerging artists program. Holy Blossom Temple, 1950 Bathurst St. 416- 530-4428. Free admission (suggested minimum donation 0). ●●Oct 11 7:00: Magisterra Soloists. Glitz & Glam Fundraiser. Sonja Gustafson, vocalist. Performances by Young Performer’s Award recipients. Hors d’oeuvres and silent auction. Design House London, 186 York St., London. Information at ●●Oct 11 7:00: Musical Colleagues and Friends of Neil Crory. Tribute Concert. Presented by his musical colleagues and friends. A fundraiser for The Neil F. Crory Endowment Fund in support of the Stratford Summer Music Vocal Academy. An celebration of music and the human voice in honour of legendary CBC Music producer, mentor, impresario, colleague, and friend who died on January 10 at the age of 68. Performers include Phillip Addis; Isabel Bayrakdarian; Isaiah Bell; Benjamin Butterfield; Tracy Dahl; Ellen McAteer; Nathalie Paulin; Brett Polegato; Jean Stilwell; Krisztina Szabó; Daniel Taylor; Erin Wall; Monica Whicher; members of the Stratford Summer Music Academy; Howard Dyck, conductor; Joseph Macerello; Ryan Scott; members of the Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra, Canadian Opera Company Orchestra, and Toronto Symphony Orchestra; pianists Emily Harper, Robert Korgaard, Stephen Ralls, and Peter Tiefenbach. Participating will be CBC Radio-Canada personalities Ben E. The ETCeteras Heppner, Eric Friesen, and Françoise Davoine. This concert will be recorded by CBC Music for future broadcast. Featuring spoken tributes and a pre-concert panel discussion moderated by Robert Harris. Jeanne Lamon Hall, Trinity- St. Paul’s Centre, 427 Bloor St. W. Tickets and information are available at 416-964-6337 or general admission. ●●Oct 15 7:00: BALANCE for Blind Adults. An Evening in the Key of B: Benefit Concert for BAL- ANCE. Works by Bach, Brahms and Prokofiev; Arnowitt: jazz compositions; and other works. Michael Arnowitt, piano; Susanna McCleary, fiddle. Al Green Theatre, 750 Spadina Ave. 416-236- 1796 or ; donations welcomed. Wine and cheese to follow. ●●Oct 19 8:00: Acoustic Harvest/Live Music East/Patio Records. The Healing Garden Musicfest Fundraiser. Featuring Marla & David Celia and Kobo Town. Opening set: Meg Tennant. St. Paul’s United Church, 200 McIntosh St., Scarborough. Wheelchair accessible. /$25(adv) on our website ●●Oct 24 7:30: Canadian Music Therapy Fund. The Second Annual Un-Gala. Come dressed however you feel, listen to great live music, and support an incredible cause. Food truck, open bar, and an intimate performance featuring K-Os, Skratch Bastid, and Matata 6. Propellor Coffee Co., 50 Wade Ave. ●●Oct 31 5:30: Ken Page Memorial Trust. The Irresistible Spirits of Rhythm Halloween Jazz Party. Warren Vaché, cornet; Guido Basso, trumpet/flugelhorn; Ken Peplowski, reeds, Houston Person, tenor saxophone; Russ Phillips, trombone; and others. Old Mill Toronto, 21 Old Mill Rd. Call Anne at 416-515-0200. Complimentary cocktail reception, gala dinner service and grand raffle. 0. ●●Nov 02 8:00: Roy Thomson Hall. 6th Annual Dream Serenade Benefit Concert. A benefit concert and celebration of the Toronto community of children with developmental and or physical disabilities and their caregivers. 60 Simcoe St. 416-872-4255. .50-9.50. Lectures, Salons and Discussions ● ● Oct 02 7:00: Canadian Opera Company. Opera Insights: Crossing Borders – The October 2019 | 59

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