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Volume 6 Issue 10 - July/August 2001

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'* 111 ti g BROTT SUMMER MUSIC FESTIVAL; July 6 - August 18, 905·525· 7664. VENUES: OM du Maurier ltt[Cenire: 190 King William St., Hamilton OM Ancaster Old Mill: , 548 Old Dundas. Rd., Ancaster. ST Studio Theatre, Hamilton Plai;e: 1 Summer's Lane, Hamilton WH Windermere House: Lake Rosseau TC Toronto Centre for the Performing Arts:· 5040 Yonge St., Toronto DC Oundurn Castle: 61 o York Blvd., Hamilton .LS luina St{Jtion: . 360 James St. N, Hamilton GH Great Hall, Hamilton Place: 1 Summer's Lane, Hamilton JULY: . *6 3;00: Tchaikovsky in the Summertime. Swan Lake Suite, Violin Concerto In D, Symphony No.5. Catherine Manoukiarr; violin. ,. OM *8 3:00: High Tea & History. Scarlatti: Sonata's; Schumann: Piano Quartet in E flai. Valerie Tryon, piano; Academy Chamber Players; ,. OM * 11 8:00: Great Sounds. Davies: Mennonite Piano Concerto; Good: Concerto for Orchestra; other works. Berenika , Zakrazewski, piano. Free. ST * 13 8:00: Gilbert & Sullivan Return! Corinne Lynch, Gisele Fredette, Mark DuBois, Roy Schatz, vocal soloists. ,. OM . * 19 7:30: Beethoven Sonata Marathon. All 32 Beethoven piano sonatas. Anton Kuerti,. piano. ,. 6:00: pre-concert talk with Dr. J. Stokes, $ 7. ST *21 8:00: Two·Fifths of Beethoven. Piano Concerto No.5, Symphony No.5. Anton Kuerti,. piano. ,. 6:30: pre·concert talk with Dr. J. Stokes, . OM ,,.,ft+' 114i 1 t§tli *22 3:00: High Tea. Debussy: Dances Sacre et Profane; ot~er works. Academy Chamber Players. ,. OM *28 3:00: Windermere Pops Concert. Free. WH , *29 3:00: Windermere High Tea. ,. WH . *30 8:00: Noah's Ark: A Musical Co· written by Hersh~y Felder and Rt. Hon. Kirn Campbell; works by Bernstein and Gershwin. -, -(sr/st) TC *31 8:00: Noah's Ark. ,. OM AUGUST: • 4 8:00: Stradivarius Plays Mendelssohn. Mendelssohn: Overture to Fingal's Cave, Violin Concerto; Ba1tok.: Concerto for Orchestra. Elizabeth Pitcairn, violin. ,. OM •5 3:00: High Tea. Works by Kulesha, · ·Beethoven, Chopin. Academy. Chamber Players; Valerie Tryon, piano. ,. DC •9 8:00: Journey to Our Hamilton· Best of the British. Works by MacMillan, Elgar, Anderson, Parry. Ruth Sutherland, harp; Bagpipers; Scottish Dance Company of . Canada. $10. LS * 12 8:00: Valerie Tryon Piano Extrava· ganza. Works by Kulesha, Liszt" Franck, Saint·Saens. ,. 6:30: Pre·concert lecture with Dr. A. Walker, . OM * 18 8;0 0: Orff: Carmina Burana. Also works by Kulesha and Mercure. Arny Goldstein, John MacMaster, Ted Baerg, vocal soloists; choirs. ,. 6:30: Pre· . concert talk with Dr. A.G. McKay. . GH . I . COLLINGWOOD SUMMER MUSIC FESTIVAL July 7 to August 19 , Trinity United Church, 140 Maple St. Collingwood, Ont. 519-599·5461 www.lynx.org/rnusic Series tickets available. JULY: •7 8:00: Jasper Wood, violin. , .. * 14 8:00: International Chamber 24 Wholenote JULY 1, 2001 -AUGUST 31, 20o'1 JASPER WOOD . violinist with piano accompaniment Saturday, July 7, '2001at8:00 pm . INTERNATIONAt CHAMBER ENSEMBLE flute, clarinet, strings and piano Satm:,-day, July ~4, ~001 at 8:00 pm LAUGHTON & 0'MEARA trumpet and organ . Saturday, July 21, 2001 at 8:00 pm THE NYLONS . Saturday, July 28, 2001 at 3:00 pm and 8:00 pm SHAUNA ROLSTON cellist with piano acco11].paniment Saturday, August 11, 2001 at 8:00 pm RESONANCE' STRING ORCHESTRA Sunday, August 19, 2001at4:00 pm All 'concerts will be held at Trinity United Church , 140 Maple ,Street, Collingwood TICKETS AND INFORMATION 519-599-5461 E-mail: music@lynx.org Web site: www.lynx.org/music Ensemble. Works by Dvorak & Mozart. ,. • 21 8:00: Laughton & O'Meara. Trumpet & organ. ,. *28 3:00, 8:00: The Nylons. . AUGUST: * 11 8:00: Shauna Rolston, cello. , . * 19 4:00: Resonance String Orchestra. ,. • I BROTT MUSIC FESTIVAL I JULY 8 - AUG UST 18 F EATURING THE NATIONAL ACADE MY ORCHESTRA Anton Kuerti plays all 32 Beethoven Sonatas Valerie Tryon 's Party Fa".ourites ................................................................. :·t············:······· Stradivarius Plays Mendelssohn Carmina Burana and1norr:l CALL .

f ' *22 2:00: Pergolesi · Stabat Mater. . SM '22 4:00: Mendelssohn· Sonatas & Motets. . SJ , *24 1 :00: Back to Bach. . SJ • 24 6:45: In the Court of the Kings. Music for trumpet & organ. . SJ *25 3:30: Paragon Harp Duo. . SJ• 25 6:45: All in the Family. Music of Bach. . SJ *26 ~:30: Strauss & Beethoven. . SJ • 26 6:45: ·Through Flights of Fancy. Flute & Organ. . SJ *26 9:00pm: Songsfiom the River. Violin & Organ. . SJ *27 6:45: By Any Other Name. Michael Bloss, organ. . SJ *27 8:00: Schuqert & Brahms. Anagnoson & Kinton. . SM *28 7:00: Young Performers Competition Finale. . SJ *28 10:30pm: Phantom of the Opera. Silent film with organ. . SJ *29 2:00, 4:00: Hymn Tasting Returns! . SJ FESTIVAL ALEXANDRIA July 1 to Augus~ 5 • Just south of Alexandria, Ont. Kenyon Concession #2 & Kenyon Dam Road (concerts take place at 3:00pm in a century-old barn) 514-484-9076 or 613-525-4141 Tic,kets: & JULY • 1: Brahms & Beethoven *8: Faustina and Bach * 15: Music of the Balkans *22: Kodaiy, Dutilleux & Debussy *29: Walton: piano quartet; Bach & Haydn AUGUST , *5: Mozart, Brahms, Milhaud & Rachmaninoff FESTIVAL OF THE SOUND July 1 to August 12 Parry Sound, 001. 705-746-2410 www.festivalofthesound.on.ca VENUES: FH Festival Hall· 111 Isabella St. SP St. Peter's Church: 52 Church St. SJ St. James Church: 24 Mary St. TD Town Dock: 9 Bay St. SG Station Gallery;, 1 Avenue Rd . . JULY: •1 7:00: Canada Day Cruise. ; $ 7(children 5-12). TD · * 13 8:00: Katherine Wheatley in Concert. ,(sr),$10(18 & under). FH *20 8:00: Gala Opening Concert. ,; SP •21 8:00: Classics l Katherine Cli, piano; James CampbeD, clarinet, Mark DuBois, tenor; Penderecki String Quartet. ,. FH. •22 4:00: Classics fl Music of Mozart, Chopin, Schoenberg, _Schubert. Katherine Chi, piano. ,. FH *22 7:00: Musical Cruise · A Gilbert & Sullivan Celebration. . TD *24 8:00: Just Gene and Jim at Manitou. James Campbell, clarinet; Gene DiNovi, --' piano. . Inn and Tennis Club, Manitou. *25 10:30am: Morning Music. James Mason, Pam Boland, oboes; Faith Levene, English horn: Music of Beethoven. . SJ • 25 11: 15am: Coffee Talk · Bartok and his quartets. Free. SJ • 25 12:00noon: Noonsounds. Festival Baroque, Penderecki String Quartet. Music of Bartok and B~ ch. ,. SJ *25 6:00: Baroque Picnic. Music of Marcello, Vivaldi, Teleman, Bach and Biber. Festival Baroque. . (private home). • *26 10:30am: Morning Music. Music of Lasso, Telemann, Mozart. James McKay, George Zuckerman, bassoons. . SJ *26 11 :15am: Coffee Talk. Bf!rtok and his quartets. Free. SJ • 26 12:00noon: Noonsounds. Bartok: String Quartet No.4; Beethoven: Quintet for oboe, bassoon and ,3 horns. ,. SJ *26 2:30: Open Rehearsal Free. FH *26 4:00: Muslcal Pioneer. George Zuckerman. Free; S G • 26 7:00: Discovery I. Hatzis: F; otprints in the Snow: Free. FH • 26 8:00: Classics Ill Music of Witt, Mozart, Beethoven. ,. FH *27 10:30am: Morning Music. Guy Few, trumpet; Stephanie Mara, piano. . SJ ~ 27 11:15am: Coffee Talk. Bartok and his quartets. Free. SJ · *27 12:00noon: Noonsounds. Penderecki String Quartet. Music of Bartok and Brahms. ,. SJ . *27 2:30: Open Rehearsal Mozart Horn Concerto. Free. FH *27 8:00: Classics IV. Music of Bach, Dvorak, Serio, Mozart. James Somerville, horn; Guy Few, trumpet; other performers. ;. FH *27 10:30pm: After Hours. Guy Few, trumpet. . (house concert) .. • 28 11 :OOam: Family Concert · Our Adventures in the North. Free. FH * 28 2:30: Ope11-Rehearsal Moiart Horn Concertos. ,Free. FH *28 1:00: Discovery fl Schafer. String Quartet #1. Penderecki String Quartet. Free. FH · • 28 8:00: Classics V. Music of Bach, Schoenberg, Mozart. ,. FH • 29 8:00: Classics Vl Music of JB Ba~h. Mozart, Beethoven. ,. FH *31 7:00: Musical Cruise • Fiddlesong with Anne Lederman. . TD AUGUST: * 1 10:30am: Morning Music. Allegri String ·Quartet, James Campbell, clarinet. Music of • Schubert transcribed by Brian Newbould. . SJ * 1 12:00,noon: 'Noonsounds · English Romantics. Music of Warlock, ~tanford, Vaughan Williams, Elgar. :. SJ * 1 2:30: Open Rehearsal Trout Quiritet. Free. FH *1 6:30: Discovery Ill. Composer's Ensemble. New work by Jackie Shin. Free. FH ~ f 8:00: Classics Vil Music of Chausson, Schubert. ,,. FH *2 10:30am: Morning Music. Music of Schubert, Ravel, Dvorak. Piano four hands. . SJ *2 11:15am: Coffee Talk. Schubert: Quintet in C. Free. SJ * 2 12:00noon: Noonsounds. Schubert: String Quintet in D, D956. ,. SJ *2 2:30: Open Rehearsal Brahms Piano Quartet. Free. FH Festival of the Sound, continues 51 9-846-0331 ~lorafestival .com Just Some of the Faces You'll Meet at the' 2001 J ULY 1, 2001 -AUGUST 31, 2001 Wholenote 25

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