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Volume 6 Issue 10 - July/August 2001

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Stratford, continued Ramessar, lute, guitar & mandolin CH .•3 11:15am: .Duar(etto Gelato CH ~ 3 2:00: The Incredible Adventures of . Mary.Jane Mosquito (see music theatre listings) CH •3 11:30pm: John Alcorn Jazz · Jeroin~ · · Kern CR ' • 4 !i:30am: Aeolian Winds CH · •4 11:15am: Ou~rtetto Gelato ~H . • 4 11 :30pm: John Alcorn Jazz Finale · Altogethe( Now! CR ' · •5 9:30am: Sharlene Wallace, Celtic harp CH •5 11:15am: Ouartetto Gelato CH THEATRE ON THE GRAND 244 St. Andrew Street West · · Fergus ON Phone: 519-787-19S1; Fax: 519-787-0418 · w_ww.theatreonthegrand.on.ca See also music theatre listings. JULY: "25-28i 8:00; 2P,28: 2:00: Ragtime Festival , (matinee), . (group),(youth), *July 25 SOLD OUT* AUGUST: ' *1·4,15-18,22-25: Spinning. Yarns. , (matinee), (group),(youth) HONOURABLE MENTION, JULY/AUGUST 2001July 6 8:00, July 7 & 8 .from 11am: Shoppers Drug Mart. Celebrate Toronto Street Festival At four festival sites: · "Yonge &·Lewrence: Family.Jam Stage "Yo'nge & Eglinton: · Pop, Rock & Big Band • "Yonge & St Clai.r: ·Roots & Rhythms;.}lock·Revival "Yonge & Bloor: · Global Grooves & Orban Soul Performers include: Alex Pangman & Her Alleycats, Club Django•Sextet, John Alcorn, Laura Hubert, Jane Bunnett & many others. Special events.hotline: 416-338-033,8 www.city.toronto.on.ca/special, events •July 21 9:00: Caliban Arts. Theatre. Concerts in non-typical venues Black Uilderground: A T rib!Jfe To Ella Fitzgerald: Part I. Meiri0n Kelly, musical director/trombone; Neil Braithwaite, saxophone; Michael Atthilrs, flute, saxophone; David Williams, keyboard, Divine ', Earth Esse.[1se'& other performers. The Revival, 783 College St. West..416-657· 0367. (advance),(door). *August 26 & 27 7:30: TrypTych Productions. The Sondheim Workshop. . TrypTych Trio: William Shookhoff, music director, piano; Edward Franko, stage ,director, bass; Lenard Whiting, vocal coach, keyboards. Gatsby's Restaurant & Dinner Theatre, 504 Church St. 416-925-4545. "September 1 & 2: Sound Travels. Explore the possibilitie~. of sound in space in a series .' of four outdoor conce1's. Featuring works '.for live & automated octaphonic spatialization using the aXio midi controllor and Richmond · Sound Design AudioBox. Performers include: David Eagle; Joergen Teller, Tim Brady, John Oswald, Paul Dolden & others; Darren 1 Copeland, artistic director. Gibraltar Point Centre for the Arts, Toronto Island. http:// www.interlog.com/ -darcope/adven.html "Trilnzac Club. 292 BrunsWick Ave. 416-923- 8137. Perfonnances are at 9:00pm and are free. July · '" 17: Gamelon & jazzJliJes trio Mic:hael Kleriec, glitar; PIM Mier, fkrte & Roland Parads, string bass . · "18: G~ Swing Jam Hosts: Wayne N~ka-- . 111Jra, guitar; Fabrice Sicco, accordian & guitar "19: Brian Blain & guest. Acoustic liles "20: The MOOd $wilgers. Jazi "24: Gamelon &jazzibki!!$ trici Michael Kleriec, · glitar; PIM Mier, .fkrte& Roland Par~iis, string bass · · "25: Gypsy Swilg Jam Hosts: Wayne NakB111Jra, par; Fabrice Sicco, accordian &· guitar • 26: Brian Blain & guest. Acoustic liles ' "27:·Cloud Nile. ClaSsic rock/neW rock ",31:Gamelon .& jazz}liJeS trio Michael Kleriec, ' guitar; Pa~ Mier, fkrte & Roland Parads, string . bass · August \ • 1: Gypsy Swing Jam. Hosts: WaYne Nak8111JJ'a, guitar; FabriCe Sicco, accord~ &!Jiilar •2: Brian Blain & guest. Acoustic liles 1 ~ 3: Janet Wliteway, vocals; Ron Oavis, piano. · Jazz standards to Patsy Cine to the Bea11es *7: Gamelon & jazzMies trio Mic~el Kleriec, glitar; Pa~ Mier, ~e & Roland Paraijs, string bass· "8: Gypsy Swing Jjlll. Hosts: Wayne Nak1m1ra, glitar; Feb.rice Sicco', accordan & guitar· "9: Brian Bllin & guest. Acoustic liles * 10: The Mood Swilgers. Jazz "14: Gamelon & jazzibkies trio Michael Kllriec, · guitar; Pa~ Mier, fkrte & Roland Paratis, string bass · ' "15: Gypsy Swilg Jam Hosts: Wayne Nakamura, guitar; Fabrice Sicco, accordian & guitar * 16: Brian Blain & guest. Acoustic liJes "17: .Cloud Nile. Classic rocklnew rock *21: Gamelon &jazzibkies trio Michael Kleriec, glitar; Pa~ Miler, tirte &"Roland Parads, siring bass • 22: Gypsy Swilg Jam HOsts: Wayne Nakll1lJl'll, par; Fabrice Sicco, accordian &· guitar *23: Brian Bllin & guest. Acoustic liles "24: Ji!flBI Whiteway, vocals; Roo Oavis, piano. Jazz standards to Patsy Cine to the Beatles . "28: Gamelon & jazz}liJeS trio Michael Kleriec, glitar; Pa~ Mier, fkrte & Roland Par~s. string bass "29: Gypsy Swilg Jam Hosts: Wayne Nakamura, guitar, Fabrice Sicco, accordian & guitar · "30: Brian Bl~n & guest. Acoustic liJes "31: Mr. Rick & the Bi.~ciits · TOO LA TE TO LIST 30 Wholenote JULY 1, 2001 - AUGUST 31, 2001 WESTBEN ARTS FESTIVAL The Barn, Westben Arts Festival Theatre, Hwy 30 Norttt, Campbellford Ont. 705-653-5508 877-883-5777 www.westben.on.ca tickets: -, (st), $10(meadow), · family rates, unless otherwise noted. JULY: • 1 11 :OOam: A Symphony of Animal$ · . Young at Heart Concert. • 1 2:00: Pastoral Symphonies · Season 2001 Gala Concert. -, (st), (meadow), family rates. INDEX OF PRESENTERS & VENUES A,;,Auo; (FAf=FURTHER AFiELo; {sF)=fESTIVAlS Acade~y Theatre, Liildsay(fa) 12,a 16 Alex Christie Bandshell At Kew Gar.dens 28,29 Altamira a28-a30 Applewood Homestead 4,25 Arts & Letters Club. 26 Artword Theatre 15.a4 Avon River Park,stratfordlfa) 29 Beaches International Jazz festival 28,29 · Brockville Arts Centrella) 5,26,a29 Brott ~umrner Music Festival(sf) 6-a 18 CAMMAC(fa) 15,a19 Canadian Opera Company'a28-a30 . Centennial Park 1 Centennial Square Stage, Oakville 6,7 Central United Church a 12 Centre Island stage 1,4,5 Centuries Opera a 11,a 12 Chancellor District Park 21,22 Christ Church Deer Park 5 Church of St. Martin in-the-fields 4.16 Church of the Holy T rinify 29, 16,.17,23,30,a6.a13,a20,a27,s3 City of Brampton(fal 5.12, 19,26,a2,a9,a16,a23,a30 City of Vaughan 10,21,22,24 'Clarke Hall 1,a21 Collingwood Sumrner Music Festival(sfl 7-a19 Concert Hall at Victoria Hall. Cobourgllal 13,25,a8 Convocation Hall a 11 Couchiching Beach Park 22 Deer Park United Church ) 0 Oualtone 6 · Oufferin District Park, Concord 10 Elora Festival(sf) 13-29 Etobicoke Community Concert Band·1,4,25 Etobicoke Swing Orchestra 1,8 Ettore Mazzoleni Concert Hall 24,26,27,31,a2 festival Alexandria(sf) 1 ·a5 festival of the Sou.ndlsf) 1·a12 ; ·five H.Concert Series a11 Gage Park, Brampton(fa) · 5, 12.19,26.a2,a9,a16,a23,a30 , Ganaraska Festival Theatre(fa) 13,a8. Ganareska Yout\I Theatre(fa) 25 George Weston Reci.tal Hall 5 Georgian•festival Theatre(sf) 6-a25 Grand Theatre(sf) 13·a23 , Guelph Concert Band(fa) 8, 15,22.29,a5;a 12.a19 Hamrnerson Hall 14 Ha~bourfront Centre 1,2,6,a17 Harbourfrdnt Centre stage 3, 10 HOT (Historic Old Toronto) Music Festival 24,26,27,29 ' , Hlil1mingbird Centre for the Perfonning Arts 6,7 Huntsville festival of the Arts(sf) 5-21 Isabel Bader Theatre 29 · Island Club 7, 14,21,28,a4,el 1,a18,a25,s1 ·· "July 17 12:15: Polokwane Choral Society. Jau.FM917,14.21,28,a4,a11,a18,a25,s1 Sooth AfriCan a cappe1a choir. Cllll'ch of the Holy Kawartha Lakes Sl111111er Playhouse(fal 12,a 16 T nnilv 10 T nnitvSqua 41 a. 5984521 F Kincardine S1111ner Music Festivallsf) a6·a19 .'""''' .'""'' . re. · • · ree. ·Koffler Centre of the Arts 26 July 17 8.00: Polokwane Choral Soctety.,South Lakeshore Road Stage, Oakville 6,7 African a cappela choir. lsilgton United Coorch, 25 · Leah Posluns Theatre 26,al 1,a12 BumhamthorpeRoad. 416-621-2897. . Little Park 3,17 •July 23 8:00: PolokWane Choral Society. South Markham Jazz festival a 17-a 19 AfriCCll a cappela choir. Westninster United Coorch, . Markham Theatre a17 4094 Tomken Rd 416-273-9505. . McM1chael Gallery(fa) 15,a19 Mel Lastman Square. *7/8 2:00: Mozart in the Meado~; Songs and chamber music of Mozart. • 10 7:00: Robert Silverman, piano . "13 7:00: Horizon Youth Concert. Piano '11aster class participants. "14/1,5 2:00: Barnyard Romance. Music · for viOlin, trench horn & piano. "17 7:00: Naida Cole, piano. • 21122 2:00: That Field of Hoins. Hannaford Street Silver Band. ".24 7:0.0: Brian Finley, piano. • 28/2~:00: A(nother} Barnful of Broadway. Donna Bennett, Louise Winter, Mark DuBois, Gerald Finley: 8, J 2, 15,22,26,29,a5,a 12,a19,a26 Metropolitan United Church 3-6.9-13, 16-20,23·27,3Q-a3,a7-a10,a13·a17,a20·a24 Mill Pond Park 5 · Music at Woodhall 21,a 11 ' M~sic Gallery 25 · Music Garden 1.5.8,!9,22,26,29.a2,a9,a12, a16,a19,a23.a26,a30 Music on the.Henley(sf) a18· 19 Nathan Phillips Square 4.11, 18,25,a 1,a8.a 15,a22,a29 National Youth Orchestra of Canada 31 National Youth Orchestra of Canadalfa) 29 Niagara Int Chamber Music Festival(sf) 29·a25 ·· Niagara lntemational Music festival(sf) 5.7 Norigen Stage 1,2.6.a17,a28-a30 North York Concert Band 12,26 North York Concert Bandlla) 22 Oakville Jau festival 6, 7 Opera Mississauga 14 Orillia Opera House(fa) a7 Premiere Dance Theatre a29,a31 RCM Conducting Institute Orchestra (RCM Community School) 24,26,3.1,a2 Riverside Park, Guelph(fe) Q.15.22,29,a5,a 12.al 9 Robert Gill Theatre 5,6 Roy Thomson Han 12,a13-a17 Scotiabank 4,8, 11, 15, 18,22,25,29; a 1,a5,a8,a 12,a15,a 19.a22,a26,a29 Shaw Fesiival(sf) July 15-0ct Sinfonia Toronto 5 Soulpepper Theatri Company a29,a31 Southim Ont Chamber Music lnstitute(sf)·a16-a25 St. Andrew's Church 24 ' St. Andrew's United Church 15 St. Anne's Church 27 St. Christopher's Church 6 St. i:lem.int•s Chuich 11 \ · St. George-the-Martyr Church 25 Si. James' Catheilral 10 St. Lawranee Stage Ccimpany(fa) 5,26,a29 , St. Lawrence Stage Company(sf) B·a29 St. Paul's Church 9 Stratford S11111181' Musiclsf) 25·a5 , Sllllll8fWorks Festival a4 ' Sunshine Festival Theatre Company(fa) e7 Swan Lake Village, Markham a19 The Stone Church a11 , Theatre on the Grandlsf) 25·a25 Theatre Orangeville's Orange Grove Youth Programs(fa) a23 Theatre OrangeviUe(fi) a 18 Thornhill Chamber Music Institute 18,20,27 ThomhiM Community Bend 5 Toogood Pond Park, Unionville a18 Toronto Centre for the Arts 11,31 Toronto fringe festival 5,6 Toronto Organ festival 9· l 2 Toronto Symphony Orchestra .1,3·5, 10· 12 ' Toronto Wildorf School 18,20,27 Towrie Square Si age, OakviUe 6, 7 TrypTych Productions 5.a4,a11 UNI Theaire 1,a21 University oil oronto a26 . Westben Arts.Festival(sf) 1·29 WestonSitverB~3,17,a12 Yonge/Eglinton stage 8 York Hil District Parle 24 York Quay Ceotre 1 Young Ambassadors Brass Band a12 · •..

JuLv1,2001-Aucusr31,2001 Wholenote 31 ANNOUNCEMENTS ETCETERA FILE, JULY/AUGUST ioo1 Moir Messervy also available for rental fee "July 10 1:15: Toronto Organ Festival. of at the Marina Quay West office, 539 National Young Organists Competition Queens Quay West (daily from 1 Oam to Finals. Yorkminster Park Baptist Church, 8pm). 416-973-3000. 1585 Yonge St. 905-832-2167. Free. "Robert and Donna Wood Scholarship, •July 2&:29 7:00· 11 :OOpm: 13th Annual ·· Early Childhood Music AssJlciation of Beaches International Jazz Festival. Ontario is available for music teacher Mile-long StreetFest, featuring over 40 courses to those interested in the early bands performing calypso, new age, Latin, childhood music field of child development fusion, blues, Cajun & jazz on selected learning. Contact Nedra Buell, 416-240· street corners, balconies & rooftops. Queen 8573 for more information. Street East between Woodbine & Beech. 416-410-8809 www.beachesjazz.com All MASTER CLASSES events free. •see also Mainstage performances in our Daily Listings, July · •July 11 & 12: Westben Arts Festival 28 & 29, 12:00 noon. Theatre. Piano Master Classes with Robert •July 28 9:00am: Stratford Summer Silverman. Hwy 30.North, CampbeHford Ont. Music. A Sound Treasure Hunt for Children 705-653-5508; 877-883-5777 of All Ages. Discovering the hidden sounds around downtown Stratford with composer Murray Schafer. Meet at City Hall, Stratford. 1-800-567-1600. Free. •July 29 8:30am: Stratford Summer Music. A listening Walkabout in Downtown Stratford. Join composer Murray Schafer for a serious exploration of our urban environment. For adults & young people 1 O years & up. Meet at City Hall, Stratford. 1 · 800-567-1600. Free. •August 1.7 12:00 noon: Sound Travels. Season launch. Premiere by John Wynne of a sound installation which will run August -l 7-19 from 11 am to 4pm. Metro Hall, King & John Streets. http://www.interlog:com/ - darcope/adven.html •August J 9 1Oam·1 Opm: Canadian National Exhibition/Canadian Band Association of Ontario. Festival of Bands. 'Community bands from all across Ontario · will compete at the bandshell. Bandshell, CNE grounds. 905-843-3866. •August 1 ~ 1 :00: Sinfonia Toronto. Winetasting, Concert & Dinner in the Vineyards. Deluxe mini-vacation at EastDell Estates on the Niagara Escarpment overlooking Lake Ontario, with special activities, Sinfonia Toronto String Quartet concert, gourmet dinner. Optional bus party from Toronto or Mississauga. 416-408· 2824 ext.234. /person; optional bus party. . •July 4, 11.18,25, August 1,8, 15,22,29, 11 am & ± September 5, 12, 19,26 11am: Toronto Music Garden. 45-irlinute Walking Tours. Learn about the Music Garden's unique design with Civic Garden Gentre volunteer guides. 4 75 Queens Quay West. Self-guided 70-minute audio tours (English only) hosted by Yo-Yo Ma and Julie WORKSHOPS •July 23-27 9:ooam-5:00: Royal Cana.dian College of Organists, Hamilton Centre. POW! Pipe Organ Week. Week-long summer day camp for teenagers (agedJ 2· . 17) interested in finding out more about the King of. Instruments. Featuring individual lessons by professionar organists on a range of downtown pipe organs, time for personal exploration & practice, wo'rkshops, demonstrations & a field trip to an organ 1.factory. Minimum Grade 6 keyboard skills required; no organ experience is necessary. Melrose United Church, Hamilton. 905-634· 1470; www.rcco.ca 5. •July 26 Z:OO: Stratford Summer Music. Tone Magic. Vocal workshop for young people with comp·oser Murray Schafer. How . many sounds can you create with your voice? Recommended for young people 9. years & older. City Hall Auditorium, Stratford. 1-800-567·1600. Free (ticket must be secured). • Ju.ly 27 2:00: Stratford Summer Music. Found Sounds. Instrumental workshop for young people with composer Murray Schafer. Everyone is asked to b.ring an instrument or a sound-maker, the more unique the better. Recommended for young people 9 years & older. City Hall Auditorium, Stratford. 1-800-567-1600. Free (tic~et must be secured). "September 1 & 2: Canadian Society for · Independent Radio Production. Deep · Wireless. 2-day workshop intended for community radio producers & artists who want to incl4de soundscape work in their programs and artistic productions. Gibraltar Point Centre for the Arts, Toronto Island. · 613-791-9542. WOW! 8,000 Sheet Music Titles! Canada's largest selection of sheet music ·titles for strings. Avail d convenient mail-ord As a fall-service string shop we offer ,the following: +Violins• Violas •Cellos + lnstrume~t Rentals +National Mail-Order Serv' · + Repair; Restoratl.on, an +. Strings Accessories, B The RoYAL CONSERVATORY of Music Le CONSERVATOIRE ROYAL de MUSIQUE . PIANO CLASS TEACHER - for ages 5-8 in the RCM . . · Community School in Toronto. Master's degree or equivalent, class tyaching experience. . · Please direct your resume by July 27 to; Human Resources, The Royal Conservatory bf Music, 273 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M5S 1W2, Fax: 416-408-3096.The RCM thanks all applicants for their interest in this position; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Open 7 days I wk , (416) 596-9364 655 Boy St. , Toronto (entrance on Elm) 2 hours FREE PARKING after 6pm Weekends and Holidc;iys FREE PARKING anytime. Licensed for Wine and Beer. -

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