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Volume 6 Issue 10 - July/August 2001

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estival of the Sound

estival of the Sound July 20 - August 12, 2001 Over 60 musical events including: ' \ t Gala Openi,ng - Elmer Iseler Singers - July 20 Esther Honens Laureate Katherine Chi - July 21, 22 Gilbert & Sullivan on the .Island Queen ~ · July 22 Brandenburg Concertos - July 25, 27, 28 Mozart Ho,rn Concertos - July 27, 28 Anton Kuerti - July 26 & 29 Soul of the String Quartet - August 3 , Million Dollar Strings -,August 9, 10 .•. and much more! Internet program listings & ticket inforµiation: www.festivalofthesound.on.ca ' Box Office at 42 James Street in downtown Parry Sound _Monday toSaturday, 9:00 a.m~ to 5:00 p.m. & at concert venues 1 hour before concert time Festival Ticket Line: 705-746-2410 Fax: 705-746~5639 email: info@festivalofthesound.on.ca Musical Cruises on Georgian Bay July 1 ... Canada Day Cruise - Dixieland July 22 - Gilbert & Sullivan'Singalong July 31-Anne Lederman & Fiddlesong August 5-Shores of Newfoundland August 8 - Evening Serenade August 12 ·-Final Party Cruise ' 22nd Season of Great Music in Parry Sound! 26 Wholenote JULY 1, 2001 -AUGUST 31, 2001 Festival of the Sound, continued • 2 6:30: Discovery IV. Composer's Ensemble. New works by Ho and Richardson. Fre~. FH *2 8:00: Classics Vlll Music of Strauss, Schubert, Brahms. ,. FH , • 3 11 :OOam: The Soul of the String Ouartet. ,, SJ · •3 2:30: OpenRehearsal Schubert Octet. Free. FH / •3 7:00: Discovery V. Schubert & Beethoven. Free. FH •3 8:00: Classics IX. Chamber Music of Beethoven & Schubert. ,. FH • 4 8:00: Dave Young and Friends. ,. FH • 5 .7:00: Musical Cruise ·John hince and A Piece of the Rock. .. TD •7 5:00: Classics at Manitou. Allegri String Quartet, James Campbell, clarinet. Dinner and music of Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven. 0. •a 12:00noon: Noonsounds. Music of Verdi. ). SJ , *8 7:00: Musical Cruise. Music of Mozart, Chopin, Debussy. . TD • 9 10:30am: Morning Music. Leonard Hokanson, piano; Tsuyoshi Tsutsumi, cello. Brahms: Cello Sonata No.1, Op.38. . SJ •g 11:15am: Cq/fee Talk· The Canada Council Instrument Bank. Free. SJ •g 12:00noon: Noonsounds. The Gryphon Trio. Ravel & Mendelssohn. ,. SJ •g 2:30: Open Rehearsal Mozart Piano Concerto. Free. FH •g 4:00: Battle Stories. Peformers discuss music competitions. Free. SG· •g 7:00: Discovery Vil Toronto String Quartet. Ryan: Quantum Mechanics. Free. FH •g 8:00: Classics X. Music of Dohnanyi, · Mendelssohn, Mozart. ,. FH • 10 10:30am: Morning Music.' Leonard Hokanson, piano; Tsuyoshi Tsutsumi, cello. Brahms: Cello Sonata No.2, Op.99. . SJ • 10 11: 15am: Coffee Talk. Annalee Patipatanakoon, Roman Boiys, Martin Beaver & Jasper Wood talk about their instruments. Free. SJ · • 10 12:00noon: Noonsounds. Music of Saint-Saens and Faure. ,. SJ • 10 2:30: Open Rehearsal Tchaikovsky Serenade. Free. SP • 10 4:00: The History of Recorded Sound. Free. SG • 10 7:0,0: Discovery Vlll Allegri Stiing Quartet. Schafer: Quartet #2. Free. SP ·• 10 8:00: Class/cs XI. Music of Handel, '1 • Mendelssohn, Tchaikovsky. ,. SP * 11 11 :OOam: Fa111ity Concert· In Touch .With Histol)'. Free. FH _ • 11 8:00: Classics Xii. , Music of Mozart, Chopin, Schumann, Ginastera, Hatzis, Baker, Takemitsu, Tchaikovsky, Bottesini. ,. FH , •12 7:00: Final Party Cruise. -,TD GEORGI.AN FESTIVAL THEATRE Meaford Opera House , 12 Nelson St. East, Meaford 1-888-541-4444 or 519-538-3569 •July 6 to Aug 24: You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown. *July 10 to Aug 21: Forever Island. Musical. •July 28 to Aug 25: Company Cabaret: Meaford Goes to the Movies. Original musical revue. ' GRAND THEATRE ,, 218 Princess St., Kingston, Ont. 613-530-2050 www.whatsonkingston.com tickets: .50, (srJ, (groups of 20 or more), unless otherwise noted. ' JULY: •3.7 8:00: Amadeus. By Peter Shaffer. •g 8:00: The Oscar Lopez Trio. Latin based world music. .50. *12-14: Moments to Remember: Voices of Showtime and Peter Appleyard. Note: July . 13 *SOLD OUT* * 13 2:00: Kingston Buskers Rendezvous 0 Grand Giggles'~ $10,, (12 & under). ' *18-21 8:00: Memories of Hank Williams & Patsy Cline. Marie Bottrell & Duff , McDonald, performers. *31 8:00: A Scottish Evening with the Perth Strathspey & 'Reel Society Fiddle Orchestra. , B(sr). · AUGUST: • 22,24,25,28-Sep1: Memories of the Rat Pack. Tribute to the lives of Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and ·Sammy Oavis Junior. , • 23 8:00: Lou Ann Barton Evening Blues Concert. . ·, HUNTSVILLE FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS July 5 to 21 Huntsville, ON 800-663-2787 or 705-788-2787 www.huntsvillefestival.on.ca VENUES: DG Delta Grandview Inn, Hwy.BO HPL Huntsville Public library, 7 Minerva St. East TUC Tritity United Church, Main & West Sts. CT Capitol Theatre, 8 Main St. West llilHP Muskoka Heritage Place DR Deerhurst Resort, , · Deerhurst Canal Rd. off Hwy.60 JULY: •5 8:00: The Barra MacNeils in Concert. $10-. DG *6 8:0G: Rob McConnel Tentet. -. DG •7 8:00: Festival Scholarship Tribute. Instrumental & vocal music; darice ,$10. DG *8 3:00: Bravado/ Magic From jazz & gospel to pop. $?0,$10. OG , •g 12:15: Music at Noon :Harmonies. The Stepsisters vocal group. TUC • 9 8:00: Beverly John~ton; percussionist. ~20,$10. DG • 10 12: 15: Music at Noon: Celebrating the Seasons. Nota Bene Chamber Singers. TUC • 1 0 8:00: Jesse Cook, flamenco guitar. $10-. OG * 1112:15: Music at Noon· Heart to Heart. Beve~ey Glerii-Copeland, singer/songwriter TUC * 11 8:00: Baroque Splendour· Festival Orchestra. Music by Handel, Vivaldi, Pachelbel, Bach & Telemann. Kerry Stratton, conductor. $10-. DG *12 12:1_5: Music at Noon -Ivory Keys: Tim Sullivan, piano. TUC * 12 8:00: Amadeus Elegance 1 • Festival Orchestra. Music of Mozart & Haydn. $10- . OG I *13 12:15: Music at Noon · All that Jazz. Trillium Jazz Trio. TUC

*13 8:00:.An Evening with Molly Johnson. -. DG ' * 14 8:00: Ode to Joy· Festival Orchestra. Chopin: Piano Concerto #1; Beethoven: Symphony #9. Joel Hasti~gs, piano; Kerry Stratton, conductor. -. DG • 15 3:00: Circus · Festival Orchestra & Ballet Students. Offenbach: Gaiete parisienne. : 15. DG * 1 S 8:00: Star-Scape Singers. · Rachmaninoff; Vespers; original pieces. Dr. Kenneth G. Mill, conductor. $10-. DG *16 12:15:.Music at Noon· Risilfl Sta'rs. Young artists from Muskoka Lakes festival TUC * 16 8:00: Big Bill Morganfield. Blues on guitar & vocals. $10-. DG * 17 12:15: Music at Noon· Beauty. Linda Mclean, singer; Andy Mclean, guitar. TUC * 17 8:00: A/can String Quartet. Quartets. by Beethoven, Shostakovich·& Debussy. ' ,$10. TUC . *18 12:15: Musii: at Noon· Strings and Things. Suzuki string students. TUC * 18 8:00: Hawksley Workman in Concert. • $10-. DG *19 12:15: Music at Noon -Inspiration. Upscale, vocal quartet. TUC / · ~ 19 8:00: Bara,chois. Celtic & stepdancing. $10-. DG *20 12:15: Music at Noon', Bold as Brass. Allan Weatherall, trumpet, cornet, fluglehorn; William Lorimer, trombone, euphonium. TUC ,• *20 8:00: Canadian Tribute to Glenn Miller Band. Dance Gala. $ 30. DR *2112:00 noon & 2:00: Sharon, Bram & Friends: ,$10,(family pass). DR *218:DO:JaneBunnett&theSpiritsof , Havana. Canadian Cuban barid. -. DR KINCARDINE SUMMER MUSIC FESTIVAL · August (i to 19 · Kincardine, Ont. 519-396-~716 or 866-453-9716 www.primeline.net/ksmf/ tickets: as noted; series tickets: all 12 concerts:.; Jazz.Week (Aug 6-101: ; Festival Week (Aug 13-191: ; free ,admission for KSMF students & childrenl 2 and under.· VENUES: . GI Go.Vefnor'.s Inn: 191 Durham St. KH Kincardine Hall: Davidson Centre, · 601 Durham St. · l(u Kincardine United Church: 721 Princess St. KP Knox Presbyterian Chilrch: . 345 Durham St. KS Kincardine District Secondary School· 885 Park Lane (tuGusT: *6 8:00: Jarz Voicings. Lisa Martinelli. .GI •7 8:00: Horns in Harmony. Mike Malone, trumpet, Dave· McMurdo, trombone. . GI *8 8:00: Tenor Fuq. Alex D'ean, ' saxophone. : GI •9 8:00: Superstar Nick Brignola. Baritone Sax. . GI · * 10 8:00: Ja11 Student Concert. $10. KH . *·13 8:00: Piano Concert. Jamie Parker, · Tina Yanchus, Jame.s Hibbard. . KU *14 8:00: The Gryphon Trio. . KP ' · * 15 8:00: The Toronto .String Quartet. .KP ' * 16 8:00: ltariations on a Chamber Theme. $.15. KP * 17 8:00: KSMF Staff Spectacular. . KP * 18 1 :OD: Grand Finale Student Concerts. . KS * 19 Z:OO: Chamber Student Showcase. $10. KP . MUSIC ON THE HENLEY FESTWAL Henley Grandstand, Main Street Old Port Dalhousie St. Catharines ON Phone: 905-688'.5550 ext.3257; · fax: 905·9.38-1179 • Augus't 1 B 8:00: Hannaford Street Silver Band. Tchaikovsky: 1812 Overture; big ba~d favourites & Broadway hits. . •August 19 3:00: Ja11 oh the Henley. John Sherwood and Friends. Guests: Peninsula Strings. . NIAGARA INTERNATIONAL, CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL · July 29 to August 25 www.chamberconcerts.com Yarious venues, in Niagara-on-the-Lake · unless otherwise specified VENUES: '.SMC St. Mark's .Church, 41 Byron St. NPVAC Niagara Pumphouse Visual Art Centre, 247 Ricardo St. SW Strewn Winery, 13.39 Lakeshore Rd. ff PW Henry of Pelham Winery, 1469 Pelham Rd .. St. Catharines NC Niagara Cdllege, Glendale Campus, 137T aylor Rd. . · StoneW Stonechurch' Winery, 1242 lrwine Rd, RR#5 CUC Central United Church, 12 Young &t.. Welland JULY: . *29 3:00: Opening Gala. Music by Mendelssohn, Schumann & -Brahms. SMC *30 7:30: Music for Harpsichord. Cecile Desrosiers, harpsichord. NPVAC •3 i 7:30: Musical Sunset. Chamber music for soprano, piano & ·string quartet. SMC AUGUST: * 1 7:30: Pia110lla, King of Tango. Music for guitar, accordion & string quartet~ SW *2 7:30:AnEveningWith Tchaikovsky.: Chamber music & narration. SM.C • 3 7:30': Baroque Music. Music by Bach, Telemann, Corelli & Couperin for harpsi· chord, violin, viola & cello. ff PW • 4 7:30: Musical Offerings. Chamber music for violin & piano. NC. •5 3i00: An Afternotin With Guitars. · Haotao Lu, Fang Yang, guitars. SMC . *6 7:30: Reconstructing Beethoven. Violin, viola, cello. StoneW \ •7 7:30: Showcase of YoungYutuosos. SMC *B 7:30: Music and Wine: Music by Chopin & Schumann. SW •9 7:~0: Romantic Evening. Chamber · music by Dvorak, Smetana, Vitale, · Sarasate & Brahms. SMC Niagara International Chambe.r ·Festival, continues Jazz· Week Concerts - August 6 to 1 O Monday Aug. 6 - "Jazz Voicings" jazz vocalist Lisa Martinelli. Tuesday Aug. 7 - "Horns in Harmony" Mike Malone, trumpet. and Dave McMurdo, trombone. Wednesday Aug. 8 .-:- "Tenor Fqry" Alex Dean, saxopfione. . . . . Thursday Aug. 9 - "Mike Murley, Saxophone Superstar:· . I All concerts Monday to Thursday, . 8 PM at the Governor's Inn, 791 Durham St. Friday Aug. 1 O - KSMF Jazz ' stud~nt Concert 8 PM at Kincardine Hall, Davidson Centre, 601 Durham St. Festival Week Concerts -August 13 to 19 . ' Artistic Director, Roman Borys. Featuring the Gryphon Trio, Martin Beaver, David Harding dnd Simon Fryer. . Moi;iday Aug. 13 - KSMF Piano Concert Jamie Parker, Tina Yarichus and James Hibbard. 8 PM at the Kincardine United Chu~ch Tu~sday Aug. 14 - The (l(Yphon-TriQ Wednesday Aug. 15 - The Toronto String Quartet Joined by Simon Fryer to.perform Schubert's quintet for t'(.(}O . violins, viola, and two cellos. . . Thursday Aug.16 - Variations on a Chamber Theme: Masterworks for One, Two and Three ·Instruments, featuring KSMPs stantudded chamber staff Friday Aug. 17, - "KSMF Staff Spectacular" . KSMF's Staff Orchestra, with soloists Bill Moolenbeek, sax, o,nd Martin· Beaver, violin. . ' AH concerts Tuesday to Friday, 8 PM at the Knox Presbyterian Church, 345 Durham St. · Saturday Aug .• 18 - Grand Finale Student Concerts: Bands, Strings, Symphony Orchestra and Senior Choir 1 PM to 4 PM at Kincardine District Secondary School, 885 Park Lane ' Sunday .Aug. 19 - KSMF Chamber Student Showcase ·· 2 PM to 6 PM , at the Knox Presbyterian Church Tickets available at: Brushwood Treasures, 760 Queen St., Kincardine· or contact us directly: · Phone: 5'19-,396-9716, or toll free 1-866-453-9716 Write to us at: · Box 251, Kincardine, ON, Canada N2Z 2Y7 ecmail: imills@primeline.net, or"'check out our web site at: .www:primeline.net/ksmf/ 1 And don't forg~t our great music.camps: • Jazz: Aug. 5-10 . Basic Guitar, Music For Young ,People (ages 4-6): Aug. 6-10 Bands, Strings, Choirs: Aug . 12 - 18 . . Chamber Mu$ic: Aug. 12 - 19. ' JULY 1, 2001 - AUGUST 3.1, 2001 Wholenote 27

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