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Volume 3 Issue 1 - September 1997

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18 september '97

18 september '97 wholenote AUDITIONS, CLASSES, COURSES, ETCETERA: Wholenote Unclassified Advertising September 97 FLUTE LESSONS: Experienced teacher &. profes!!ional performer, Eastman grad.- RCM Affiliate Teacher. Beginners to advanced students, all ages welcome. 416-757-5406 YOUNG MUSICIAN'S STUDIO. Private lessons avail. for: singing, flute, recorder, trumpet, french horn, trombone, music theory. High Park. 416-536- 0586 CLASSICAL MUSIC CONNOISSEUR, wishes to share & discuss interests with professional musician: concerts, record collection. References available. All replies answered. Michael. 416-961-3248 EAR TRAINING, MUSICIANSHIP, SIGHT-SINGING, dictation, rhythmic training, keyboard skills, theory (all Conservatorytype subjects, solfa, jazz). All levels, professional/serious NORTH TORONTO INSTITUTE OF MUSIC •Private instruction on most instruments • Instrument rentals • Theory classes •Start any time 550 Eglinton Avenue East 416 488-2588 .l.t_ •• !:====::::::::=========--. ~lplpt-J§elht T Jl!ult',!!my ' Can 9jefp_ Cliiftfren j JlloesB-16 \... 'lYEo/TLOP ~ 1 'llieir C~e Skiffs I 11t Composing & Performing -;:: Vocal, Instrumental, Dance Classes & Workshops Auditions Sep. 5th, 1997 (6 to 8 pm) Sep. 6th, 1997 (2 to 4 pm) Sep. 7th, 1997 (2 to 4 pm) at the LORETTO ABBEY 101 Mason Blvd For Information &/or Appointment , Plea5eCa/l Danielle Weisman (416) 944-2647 baginners. Detailed study available - J.S.Bach, Renaissance, Jazz. Art Levine, MA, ARCT; Host of "This is Art" on CBC; RCM Professional School Faculty; Instructor,' University of Toronto, etc. Free init. consultation. 416-924-8613 KNABE BABY GRAND PIANO, 5'2", built in 1927, Baltimore USA. Restored, refinished 1987. Black satin finish, recentiV tuned. Excellent cond. Asking ,900.1-613-592-5820 THE PERFECT BIRTHDAY PARTY PUPPET SHOW, specially designed for your child 2- }._ 6 years old. Jeff Essery. 41 6-922-8249 PERFORMANCE SEATING AND LIGHTING. Concert Design musicians' performance The Millenium Singers 1 products, 11 models Performance Chairs and Pearl *Lite AC/portable halogen lighting: reduced 10% Sept. 1/97toNov.15/97. VIEW THE WEB: www. maestronet.com/-concertd 416-963-8484/1-800-657- 9909; 84 Borden Street, · Toronto, ON, M5S 2N1 VIOLINNIOLA LESSONS. Experienced professional teacher now accepting students of all ages and all levels. Near Royal York subway. Elizabeth Reid, B. Mus., M.Mus. 239- 4253. CELLO LESSONS Experienced and enthusiastic teacher. Near ~~~~~'(. ~ir_n?~~·. ~~~-~~ ~ ~: . . CLARINET /SAX/FLUTE/ RECORDER/OBOE/BASSOON LESSONS: Professional doubler will teach all levels. Start or continue learning, for your child or yourself, with an expert. Robin Howell, 534-6538. ••••• 0 •••••••• 0 •••••••• FLUTE AND RECORDER LESSONS. Exper. and happy to work with both adults, children and teenagers. Allan Pulker, B.A. B.Ed. 416-406-6758 LLOYD GARBER TEACHES GUITAR. Creative approach. Absolute beginners to working professionals. Must be · enthusiastic. Pop, Jazz, Blues, Original Chords, lead, reading, improvisation, fingerboard, speed theory, ear-training. Lloyd Garber, 504-0915. • •• • 0 • • •• 0 •••••• 0 •••••• MUSIC COPYING. The best music engraving service for performance and publishing. European quality. Reasonable rates. Vladimir. 416-635-1420. TAXATION, ACCOUNTING, BOOKKEEPING, Consulting. Norm Pulker, B.Math. CMA. 905-830-2985 Non audition choir inviting new members VIOLIN LESSONS: Give your i to join in the fun of child or yourself the benefit of expert instruction. Professional singing. performer with 23 years Rehearsals in experience teaching. Deborah downtown area close Howell, 534-6538 . Keith MUller : ; to subway and plenty (416) 364-5420 of parking. evenings after 7pm or If you enjoy singing, anvtime on weekends 1 give me a call. ~~~~~::::::~·············· · ········ 1 TENORS/BASSES CAN'riLENA, the innovative 16-member performing group requires singers interested in performing Classical, Musical Theatre, Folk, Spirituals, Sacred, Gospel, and Pop repertoire with elements of theatre added. Rehearsals begin September 2. Call 1-800-867-3281 for an audition. and/or more information. I . ===========================, SINGERS If you are interested in performing masterpieces of sacred choral music in a liturgical context with a friendly ' choir and a dynamic director in one of the city's finest acoustical spaces, consider joining the Senior Choir of ! St. Leonard's Church (Anglican), 25 Wanless Avenue (two blocks north of Yonge/Lawrence subway station). Rehearsals Thursday evenings, 7:30-9:30. For further information call Arthur Wenk, 905-841-6482, or e-mail awenk@sac.on.ca · TORONTO S ONLY COMPREHENSIVE MONTHLY CLASSICAL & CONTEMPORARY CONCERT LISTING SOURCE • • • • • • • • • • • 0 •••• 0 •• 0 0 0 . WANTED - CHOIR CHIME MUSIC for Senior, secular, twooctave group. New or used. 41 6-463-0319 . i The SaznT An~Rew ChoRaLe A Small Concert Choir is holding Auditions for the 1997/98 Season Monday September 8, 15, 22 7:00-7:30 p.m. at St. Andrew's United Church 117 Bloor Street East To arrange an audition appointment contact Ann Cope (960-8737) or Alan Barthel (967-6 146)

wholenote september '97 19 WHOLENOTE'S 1997 I 98 MEMBER PROFILES: PART Two Welcome to a WholeNote tradition-- our annual Member Profiles. Many ·WholeNote members, new and returning, choose either the summer or the first fall issue of WholeNote to introduce themselves to our readers and to provide an overview of what they will be offering in the 97/98 season. So this month a warm WholeNote welcome (or welcome back!) to: All The King's Voices • Arbor Oak Trio • Chinese Canadian Music Society • Classical Chamber Orchestra • High Park Girls' Choir Of Toronto • Music At St. John's • Music Umbrella • New Music Concerts • Performance Without Fear • Saint Andrew Chorale • Toronto Cam~rata • Toronto Musicians Association • Yip's Children's Choral & Performing Arts Centre (Canada) Academy Concert Series; Aldeburgh Connection; Amadeus Choir; ·Amadeus Ensemble; Bach Children's Chorus; Canadian Children's Opera Chorus; Canadian Music Competitions (Toronto); Concentus Arts; East York Symphony Orchestra; Esprit Orchestra; Ford Centre for the Performing Arts; Hannaford Street Silver Band; Mi~sissauga Chqral Society; Previous Profiles Available Already profiled in the July/August WholeNote were: Mooredale Concerts; Music at Metropolitan; Music TORONTO; Musica Viva; Off Centre Music Series; Opera Division (Faculty of Music, U. ofT.); Organ Alternatives; Patria Music/Theatre Projects; The Scarborough Philharmonic; Shevchenko Musical Ensemble; Sine Nomine; Toronto Early Music Centre; Theatrefix Arts Festival; Toronto Early Music Centre; Toronto Latvian Concert Association; Toronto Senior Strings; The Women's Musical Club of Toronto. To obtain copies of these previously published profiles or for information on WholeNote membership contact Simone Desilets or Allan Pulker at (416) 406-6758 (phone), (416) 463- 2165 (fax) or e-mail at drumkm@web.apc.org. ALL THE KING'S VOICES Ave., Toronto, M4V 155 CHINESE CANADiAN Artistic Director & Conductor: David J. Arbor Oak Trio has a fresh new MUSIC SOCIETY King; Administrative Director: Roy Jarvis; face. Welcome to Mary-Katherine Tel: 905-882-0241 ;Fax: 905-882-7645; Tel: (416) 225-0222 Finch, baroque cello, joining Lawrence Mailing Address: 3330 Midland Ave. Unit All The King's'Voices is an auditioned choir of approximately fifty singers with a wide range of musical and choral experience. Under the capable direction and leadership of our conductor, David J. Beckwith, baroque violin, and Stephanie Martin, harpsichord. The season begins with Purcell's grand operatic tale of love and betrayal, female friendships and suicide; Dido and Aeneas, Nov. 7 & 8, 39, Scarborough, ON M1 V 5E7; Chairperson: Winston Man; Music Director: Tak Ng Lai The Chinese Canadian Music Society is dedicated to the promotion of Chinese Culture through music to King, the choir, known for its fine with Frances Pappas, Barbara the Canadi~n audience. Our concerts artistry, performs a repertoire of Hannigan, Jay Tuttle and Nina Scott- include contemporary and traditional sacred and secular music ranging Stoddart, directed by Elaine Biagi- works, and frequently introduce from medieval to· contemporary. Turner. prominent soloists. Most of our In frequent demand for guest A season highlight (Dec. 12 and 13) concerts feature our Toronto Chinese appearances, All The King's Voices will be our newly commissioned Philharmonic Orchestra. We also has been invited to appear with Canadian opera for children's chorus, have a training orchestra, the Toronto Canadian tenor Ben Heppner as part of a massed-choir concert at Roy Thomson Hall. This season we invite you to join us as we explore our Canadian heritage, savour the spice of Spain with Teatro Flamenco dancers, celebrate international traditions of Christmas, rejoice in the glories of Haydn with adult soloists and early music orchestra, The Christmas Rose, by Bruce Nicol, based on a wonderful Scandinavian folk tale. Our third concert, Laurels for Laura!, Mar. 20 & 21, 1998, features two guests, brilliant Canadian mezzo Laura Pudwell, and Washington McClain, Tafelmusik's virtuosic Chinese Youth Orchestra. Following a successful 96-97 season that began with a concert of seven contemporary composers, including a North American premier of a new violin concerto, our 97-98 concert season marks the 20th Anniversary of the Society. This season will see the launching of several CDs of works by the Mooredale Orchestra and baroque oboe 'player. our resident composer An:Iun Huang, entertain with twentieth century Finally, Some Lovely Glorious some of whose works will be featured musical theatre. Nothing, Sunday, April 26 is a free in an upcoming concert at the Ford tenth anniversary thank-you to our Centre. The season will begin with a ARBOR OAK TRIO devoted audience, an afternoon of free concert at Nathan Phillips Tel: (416) 256-9421;Mailing Address: light baroque chamber music, Square on September 14 to promote Calvin Presbyterian Church, 26 Delisle launching our tour of Ontario. Member Profiles continue on page 20 1 TORONTO'S ONLY COMPREHENSIVE MONTHLY CLASSICAL & CONTEMPORARY CONCERT LISTING SOURCe

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