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Volume 27 Issue 6 | April 15 - May 27, 2022

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Vol 27 No. 6. Here’s some of it: “Growing up in a house full of riches” – the Kanneh-Masons; “As if the music knows what it is doing” – J.S. Bach; “Better experienced than described” – Women from Space; “Stories set in prehistoric times are notoriously difficult to pull off without invoking nervous laughter” – Orphan Song; “To this day when I look at an audience, there’s some part of me that sees a whole bunch of friendly teddy bears wearing bow-ties” – Boris Brott. …. etc

2706_April_cover.indd 1 2022-04-13 9:28 AM The WholeNote VOLUME 27 NO 6 APRIL 15 - MAY 27, 2022 EDITORIAL Publisher/Editor in Chief | David Perlman publisher@thewholenote.com Managing Editor | Paul Ennis editorial@thewholenote.com Recordings Editor | David Olds discoveries@thewholenote.com ON OUR COVER Volume 27 No 6 | April 15 -May 27, 2022 DIGITAL MEDIA digital@thewholenote.com Listings Editor | John Sharpe listings@thewholenote.com SOCIAL MEDIA Danial Jazaeri, Colin Story social@thewholenote.com SALES, MARKETING & MEMBERSHIP Concert & Event Advertising / Membership | Karen Ages members@thewholenote.com Production & Operations / Advertising Art | Jack Buell jack@thewholenote.com, adart@thewholenote.com Classified Ads classad@thewholenote.com WEBSITE / SYSTEMS Kevin King systems@thewholenote.com CIRCULATION Sheila McCoy & Chris Malcolm circulation@thewholenote.com SUBSCRIPTIONS subscriptions@thewholenote.com + HST (8 issues) single copies and back issues *international - additional postage applies WholeNote Media Inc. Centre for Social Innovation 503–720 Bathurst Street Toronto ON M5S 2R4 Phone 416-323-2232 | Fax 416-603-4791 Instagram @the_wholenote Facebook & Twitter @theWholenote thewholenote.com VOLUME 27 NO 6 APRIL 15 - MAY 27, 2022 MUSIC! LISTINGS live and livestreamed CONCERTS, CLUBS festivals, conferences & more STORIES profiles, previews and interviews RECORD REVIEWS and Listening Room Isata and Sheku Kanneh-Mason PHOTO: JAKE TURNEY 7 FOR OPENERS | Here's Some of What We Are Looking Forward To | DAVID PERLMAN STORIES & INTERVIEWS 8 CLASSICAL AND BEYOND | A House Full of Riches - Sheku and Isata Kanneh-Mason | PAUL ENNIS 12 EARLY MUSIC | As If the Music Knows What It Is Doing | MATTHEW WHITFIELD 18 “I think when you grow up surrounded by music, you understand it. Our house was full of so much richness in that sense. We grew up with music always there. I think it really does shape you. I feel everyone should have that – whether or not you want to grow up to be a musician, you should have music in the household.” — Isata Kanneh-Mason 16 IN WITH THE NEW | Women from Space - Redefining the Sonic Landscape | STUART BROOMER 18 IN CONVERSATION | Language as Music as Language - Orphan Song at Tarragon Theatre | JENNIFER PARR an Ontario government agency un organisme du gouvernement de l’Ontario

THAT CHOIR [ silence and solitude ] CONDUCTED BY CRAIG PIKE LOCATION ST. ANNE'S ANGLICAN CHURCH (270 GLADSTONE AVE) DATES/TIMES MAY 14 AT 8PM MAY 15 AT 2PM CHOIR: GEOFFREY ARSENEAU, CORINNE CHAPMAN, JOE DONAHUE, COLIN FROTTEN, MARK LEE, BRIDGET LENEHAN, ALEXANDRA MEALIA, DALE MILLER, RYAN MOILLIET, MELISSA PETERS, DONALD PYPER, MELISSA RENSHAW, ERIN SMYTHE, LYNNE SMYTHE, TRACEY SOMAN, MARGARET THOMPSON, KATIE THURMAN, AND BEN WRIGHT. WORKS/ARRANGEMENTS BY: KATHLEEN ALLAN, STEPHEN BARTON, ERIC WILLIAM BARNUM. ĒRIKS EŠENVALDS, LUKE HOWARD, SARAH MCCALLUM, JAKE RUNESTAD, BLAKE MORGAN, JOSHUA PACEY AND SVEN-DAVID SANDSTRÖM. A L L T I C K E T S A R E P A Y W H A T Y O U C A N ! www.thatchoir.com

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