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Volume 6 Issue 10 - July/August 2001

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t Join the Southern Ontario ChamberMusiC Institute for a series .of concerts this summer. Alcan String Quartet Thursday, August 16, 2001, 8pm Willis Hall~ Appleby College, Oakville Penderecki String Quartet Wednesday, August 22, 2001, 8pm Calvary Baptist_Churc_h · _- , /' SOCMI Student Showcase , . Saturday, August 25,.2001, 2pm J . Calvary Baptist .Church, . j 1215Lakeshore Rd. West; Oakville, ON . -TiJkets are .00/adult; .00/seniors/student; · Stuc:\ent ·showcase is .00 & $10.00 respectively: shies: $S2.75!actu1t; .50/seniorslstuctents. Call 905-842-5865 for tkket inf ormatiOil. SOC~H acknowledges the suppo~ of the Thllium Foundation. Festival Alexandria " Chamber music in the co;untryside Midway between Montreal and Ottawa Sundays al 3 P·n:1· June 24 - Carolyn Christie; flute; Ava Svensson, violin; Charles Meinen, viola; James Darling, cello; Lauretta ' Altman, piano; Mozart, tfaydti~' Roussel and Taktakishvilli. ;July 1 - Robert Crqwley, clarinet; Brian Manker, cello; Lauretta Altman, pia110; Brahms.and Beethoven. July 8 - Faustina and Bach, Theatre concert for the whole famtly; Bach, Handel and Purcell. · ' July 15 --Music of the.Balkans with 2 exceptional Montreal groups; Dragana and Traky. · · July 22 -Theodo.re Baskin, oboe; Karen Baskin; cello; Lauretta Altman, piano; Eleanore Altman, sopraho; Jeremy Baskin, piano; Kodaly, DutilleWf and Debussy. · July 29 - Richard Roberts, violin; Charles Meinen, viola; Brian Manker, cello; Lauretta Altman, piano; Bach, Haydn, and the piano quartet of William Walton. . • ' August 5 - Daniella Bernstein and Lauretta Altman, piano; Moiart, Brahms, Milhauq and Rachmaninoff. TiCkets: .2.00 & .00 (514) 484-9076 (613) 525~4141 28 Wholenote JULY 1, 2001 ~AUGUST 31, 2001 Niagara International · Chamber Festiv;il, continued · • 10 7:30: Mozart and Our Contemporar: ies: Mozart & Crumb. CUC * 11 7:30: Cello Extravaganza. Works by Couperin, Handel, Scarlatti & Haydn. HPW * 12 3:011: Stories)n Music. Music by Janacek, Lisn & Dvorak. SMC * 13 7:30: Duets. Music by Leclair, Gliere, Mozart, Part & Bartok. NPVAC 1 *14 7:30: Musical Offerings. Music by Chopin & Kor~gold. SMC * 15 7:30: 'Music and Wine. Grieg, Part & Shostakovich. SW • * 16 7:30: Chamber Music. Lieberman, Moszkovsky & Brahms. S~C * 1112:00 noon: Showcase of Young Virt.uo~os. Works by classical & romantic composers. CUC * 17 7:30: An Evening with Mendelssohn. Music for piano, violin, viola, cello & double bass. CUC · · , * 18 7:30: Bachanalia at Pelham. Bach for violin, cello & harpsichord. HPW • 19 3:00: Chamber Music. Prokofief & Mendelssohn. SMC •20 12:00 noon:IS'howcase of Young Virtuosos. Works by classical &. romantic composers. NPVAC • 20 7:30: Music and Wine. Corelli, Rona; Dvorak & Beethoven for vfoJin, viola & cello. StoneW · • 21 7.:30: Chambpr Music. bebussy, Beethoven & Dvorak. SMC · *22 7:30: Chamber Music. Ravel, Brahms ,& Schubert. SW · · • 23 5:00: Final Gala. Stars of the Festival. SMC ...· _ . , . • 25 1 :OD: Post-festival Concert. Solo & chariibe·r music . .NC . NIAGARA INTERNATIONAL MUSIC FESTIVAL July 5to1 1-800-267-8526 or 613-234-3360 VENUES: CC Calvary Church, 89 Si:ott Street, St. Catharines BU Sean {l'Sul/ivan Theatre, Brock · University, Glenridge Ave. St. Catharines MCRC Mountainview Christian Reformed . C,hurch, 290 Main ~t. East, Grimsby •July 5 8:00: Cantata Children's Choir (Illinois); Cedarbrook Middle School Senior Ensemble (Pennsylvania); Franklin High School Chorus (New Hampshire) CC : •July 6 8:00: Centro Pedagogico de 1 Expresion Musical (Mexico); Fort Wayne Children's· Choir (Indiana); Kansas Youth Choir; Chattanooga Girls Choir (Tennessee) BU . •July 7 8:00: Gala Massed Concert, ,Dr. Martha Shaw,1conductor $10, MCRC ST. LAWRENCE STAGE COMPANY Sunday in the Park Concert Series Gazebo at Hardy Park; Brockville ~ Phone: 877-342-7122 Fax: 6l 3·3.42-6169 www.brockville.com/stageco July 8, 15,22,29; August 5, 1J, 19,26 All at 7:00pm. Features local and regional artists performing hour'long concerts from choir to Celtic, barbershop to blues. , ·See also Further Afield listings and Music Theatre listi.!'gs. ' SHAW FESTIVAL Phone: 800-511-7429; fax: 905-468-3804 · : ' www.shawfest.sympati~o . ca c~c Ce.dar Glen Summer Music Centre Please note our New Location a( -APPLEBY COLLEGE, OAKVILLE _ on the shores of La~e Ontario 30 .minutes west f(om downtown Tor.onto Plan ~hf' perfect musical vacation! • weekly instruction in group instrumental and vocal music • early, classical, contemporary, jazz, world music • band, orchestra, choir, chamber.ens!lmbles • friendly, non-competitive atmosphere • recreational activities include swimming, tennis, squash ,· .[ . ~ ' .... . . Week 1: July 29 - August 5, 2001 Week 2: August 5 - 12, 2001 · • over 20 years of n:iusic making . . • program for adult amateur singers and Instrumentalists of all levels • residential and non-residential rates Telephone: E-mail: Website: · 416-964-3642 ceda~ _glen@cammac.ca www;cammac.ca . . Canadian Amateur Musicians/Musiciens Amateurs du Canada

• VENUES: FT Festival Theatre, O!leen's Parade, Niagara-on-the-lake RGT. Royal George Theatre, Picton St., Niagara-on-the-lake *July 15, August 12, 11am: Sunday Coffee Concerts. The Music Department gives classical concerts in-the lobby. Free. FT *July 22, August 26, September 2, 10:30am: Sunday Brunch Concerts. Selection of songs, featuring 2 perf~nners & , piano accompaniment. Gncludes brunch). FT *August 17 12:00 noon: Musical Reading Series: Over the Rainb()w. Tribute to Harold . Arlen. $10. HGT *To September 23: Coward: Shadow Play. See Music Theatre listings .. RGT *To October 27:"Holmes: The Mystery of -Edwin Orood See Music Theatre istings. RGT SOUTHERN ONTARIO CHAMBER MUSIC INSTITUTE 905-842-5865; fax: 905-627-1627 Series· tickets availabie VENUES: . , AC Appleby College, Oakville CBC Calvary Baptist Church, 1215 lakeshore Rd. West, Oakville AUGUST· * 16 8:00: A/can Stnifl Oµartet , AC *22 8:00: Penderecki String Ouartet , CBC ' *25 2:00: SOCMI Student Showcqse ,$10 CBC . STRATFORD SUMMER Pi/IUSIC July 25 to August 5 1-800-567-1600; 1-866-846-8742 All tickets plus GST. VENUES: PCCH Perth County Court House, 1 Ontario St. KX Knox Presbyterian Church, corner of Ontario & Waterloo , CH City Hall Auditorium, Stratford· CR The Church Restaurant, 70 Brunswick St. AV Avon River Park, behind Stratford Festival Theatre JUL)' *25 11:15: Forrester Young Artist: ""arie- Nicole Lemieux, contralto PCCH · ' *26 9:30am: John Scott, organ KX *26 11:15am: VancoWer Chamber Choir CH *26 11:30pm: John Alcorn Jazz· Cole . Porter CR ·*27 9:30am: John .Scott, organ KX · *27 11:15am: Vancouver Chanter Choir CH *28 9:30am: John Scott, organ KX · ·*28 11:15am: Vancouver Chamber Choi'r CH · *28 11:30pm: John Alcorn Jazz · Irving Berlin CR · . *29 9:30am: John Scott, organ K~ *29 11:15am: Vancouver Charnbef Choir CH *29 7:30: National Youth Orchestra of . Canada AV · *29 10:30pm: Jonah lsee music theatre listings) KX ' · .*30 7:30: National Youth Orchestra of Canada AV · *30 10:30pm: Jonah ,lsee musjc thea.tre listings) KX · AUGUST: *111:15am: Forrester.Young Artist: Jasper Wood, violin PCCH • 1 11 :30pm: John Alcorn Jazz · George Gershwin CR , • • 2 9:30am: Alice Der Kervorkian, piano CH *2 11:15am: Ouartetto Gelato CH • 2 2:00: The Incredible Adventures ,of Mary-Jane Mosquito !see music theatre listings) CH · , •2 11:30pin: John Alcorn Jazz · Harold · Arlen CR • 3 9:30am: Terry Mc Kenna & Kevin Stratford, continues. . ' . ·SEVEN INTERNATIONAL YOUTH CHOIRS from Mexico and six U.S. states Thurs., Jvly 5, 8 pm- Cantate Children's Choir (lllinoist Cedarbrook Middle School Senior Ensemble (Penn.) & Franklin Hjgh School Ch6rus (N.H.) - Calvary Church, 89 Scott street, St Catharines 905~945-6651/682-8115 Fri., July 6, 8 pm - Fort Wayne Children's Choir (Indiana). Kansas Youth Choir, Chattanooga Girls Choir (Tenn.), and Mexico (see below)- - Sean O'Sullivan Theatre; Brock University, ~t. Catharines 905-688"5550x3257 . Sat July 7, B pm - Massed Concert conducted by Dr. Martha Shaw with all the choirs, plus a presentation by Cenlro Pedagogic.a de Expresion Musical (Mexieo)-$10 and (S~St- Mountainview Christian Reform Church, Grimsby 905-945-368.8. - Info: 1-800·267-8526 IDid$umme/t musiCBy"t/Je Lake Gloria Saarinen, B.M.£, LR.s.M.,A.IU.M. Artisdc Director - And International Guest Fac~lty August 20 - 26.,200 I I 0:00 a.m. - 5 :DO p.,m. Tuitjon 0.00 plus GST · · held at , The RCM in Mississauga, Adamson Estate on the shores of Lake Ontario, MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO SUMMER WORKSHOP *BACH & BEYOND *ALL INSTRUMENTS INDIVIDUAL & ENSEMBLE COACHINGS WI'Tfl FIRST CLASS PERFORMER-TEACHERS *COMPOSITION *IMPROV *JAZZ PERFORMANCE* PRACTICE TIME *RECORDING SEMINAR HERITAGE WALKS ·*RECREATION TIME *MAXIMUM.40 , " . PLAY, PLAY, PLAY FOR THE FUN OF IT! · At MidS~er Musi!= w~ work hard and we play hard! SPONSORS , Drs. Ray & John Bozek, Orthodontists I Frid & Russel!. I Kelly Colin lns11rance Agency Ltd. Pocket Press I Royal & SunAllia~ce Financial , , . . For Information or Brpchur.es: · · • 905.825. l475 or 90S.333.3357 Email hamoline@home.com Website: http://members.home.net/gsaarinen " August 18th & 19th ZOOI Henley Grandstand Main Street Port. Dalhousie • St. ca~~ries. Ontario ' ' JULY 1, 2001 - AUGUST 31 , 200-1 Wholenote 29 '

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