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Volume 6 Issue 6 - March 2001

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RCM ~onduc:ting ~_.-Institute ··.· Nurhan Arman, Music Direct.or July 12 to July 26 . . . i and/or . L July 28 to August 2 A hands-on, intensive course . 5 classes, a· rehearsals & 2 performances per week, with The RCM.Su.mmer·Festival Orchestra. Auditors ~lso: welcome · Repertoire: Week 1: Beethoven; Mozart, bvofak, Prokofiev ·· Wee.k 2: Beethoven, Rossini, Ravel, Mendelssohn ·. ·. . Application Deadline: May 31, .2001 For more information please contact: 416-408-2825 273 Bloor St. W., Toronto, ON MSS 1W2 ORFORD ARTS CENTRE . 3165Park Road, Orford, Quebec J1X 7A2 Phone: 819·843·3981 fax: 819·843·7274 E·mail: www.artS· Program location: Orford, Quebec Program dates: June 25 to Aug.18 Auditions: audio or video tape and CD Age of participants: 18 to 35 years old Level: Advanced . Focus is on instrumental, opera, jazz, chamber music Application deadline: March 23 Fees: 0 per week Non-residential lnteiise immersion in musical training and performance with an international faculty PIPE ORGAN ENCOUNTERS, CALGARY c/o Neil Cockburn, Head of Organ Studies Mount Royal College Conservatory 4825 Richard Road SW, Calgary, AB T2N 3K3 Tel: 403-240·7769 Fax: 403·240·6594 E·mail: organ@mtroyal.ab:ca Website: conserv/organ _ encounter.htm Location of Program: Mount Royal · College Conservatory, Calgary, AB Program dates: July 3-7 '· Age of participants: 13-19 Level: Beginners who have.a background in piano or other keyboard instrument. Piano level shpuld be intermediat(l . Application deadline: June 20 Fees: not available · Residential facilities are available if students are from out of town. Pipe Organ Encounters offers , indi~ vidual and group instruction inthe basics of pipe organ technique. It · provides an opportunity to hear and play a wide variety of different pipe organs and learn how they work, io experience ,some of the gems of the organ repertoire, and meet other yo.ung mUsicians with similar interests. Jeffrey Cohen , , PROF.,, MANHADAN SCHOOL OF MUSIC, NEW YORK Claude Frank PROF .. YALE UNIV .. NEW HAVEN & CURTIS INSTITUTE. PHILADELPHIA Marian Hahn PROF., PEABODY. CONSERVATORY . . BALTIMORE Leonard Hokanson PROF., INDIANA UNIVERSITY. BLOOMINGTON Lilian Kallir PROF., MANNES COLLEGE. NEW YORK Pauline Martin FACULTY. WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY.DETROIT Marietta Orlov PROF., UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO & ROYAL . CONSERVATORY bF MUSIC, TORONTO Inna Perkis FACULTY, ZARANKIN SCHOOL OF MUSIC. TORONTO Daniel S]Japiro PROF:. CLEVELAND · INSTIT!JTE OFMUSlc° Barry Snyder . PROF., EASTMAN SCHOOL OF MUSIC, ROCHESTE.R PeterTakai:s PROF.· .. OBERLIN CONSERVATORY BorisZarankin DIRECTOR. ZARANKIN . SCHOOL OF MUSIC; TORONTO Violin James B1,1sweli PROF., NEW ENGLflND CONSERVATORY, BOSTON Lynn Chang PROF., BOSTON . CONSERVATORY & BOSTON UNIVERSITY ·cri!gory Fulkerson PROF., OBERLIN · CO ~ SERVATORY · Katie Lansdale PROF., ·HARTT SCHOOL OF MUSIC, HARTFORD ~~~~~~~l~~E UNIVERSIW, WI SCONSIN Felicia Moye PROF:, UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA Lucie Robert PROF. MANl,IATTAN SCHOOL & MANNES COLLE~E. N.EW YORK David Russell PROF., CLEVELAND INSTITUTE OF MUSIC TeoTetel FACULTY, PEASODY CONSERVATORY . PRE · COLL~G E DIYISION, BALTIMO'RE pavid Updegraff PROF., CLEVELAND INSTITUTE OF MUSIC Peter Zazofsky PROF .. BOSTON UNIVERSITY Emilio· Colon PROF.,. INDIANA UNIVERSITY, BLOOMINGTON Jean-Michel Fonteneau ' PROF., SAN F~ANC ISCO CONSERVATORY Simon Fryer FACULTY. UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO & ROYAL CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC, TORONTO .. Stephen Geber PRINCIPAL CELLO, THE CLEVELAND ORCHESTRA & CHAIR OF THE CELLO DEPT., C.LEVELAND INSTITUTE MinJa Hyun . . PROF., YONSEI UNIVERSITY, SEOUL KOREA Carol Ou FACULTY. NEW ENGLAND CONSERVATORY, BOSTON MihaiTetel MEMBER. TORONTO Atar Arad Theodore Baerg PROF., .INDIANA UNIVERSITY, . PROF., UNIVERSITY OF BLOOMINGTON & CARNEGIE· WESTERN ONTARIO, MELLON 'UNIVERSITY, LONDON PIDSBURG . Edith Bers Helen Callus PROf., UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON. SEATTLE Karen Ritscher PROF., RICE UNIVERSITY. HOUSTON .& MANNES COLLEGE. NEW YORK Flute Bonita Boyd l?ROF., EASTMAN SCHOOL, ROCHESTER Leone Buyse PROF., RICE UNIVERSITY, HOUSTON • Amy Hamilton PROF., WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY, WATERLOO , ., SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA . Wilfrid Kujala Tilmann Wick PROF., HANOVER MUSIC ACADEMY, GERMANY ' PROF., NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY. cHl~AGO PROF .. THE JUILLIARD SCHOOL & MAN HAD AN SCHOOL, NEW YORK Phyllis Bryn-Julson PR.OF., PEABODY CONSERVATORY. BALTIMORE Paul Kiesgen. PROF.,. IN DIANA UNIVERSITY. BLOOMINGTON Irena Wlhasch Baerg PROF, UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN ONTARIO. LONDON . Steven Philcox VOCAL COACH I ACCOMPANIST. CANADIAN OPERA COMPANY. S-4 SUMMER+ TIME - Wholenote SUMMER MUSIC EDUCATION SPECIAL · ... . ·.··

ROYAL CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC SUMMER PROGRAMS 273 BloorStreet West, Toronto, ON M5S 1W2 Phone:416-208- 2825 Fax: 416-408-1955 Website: All programs will be held at 273 Bloor Street W, Toronto All programs are Non-Residential An Introduction to Singing Program dates: Option One: Mon. to Fri., July9-13 5:30-7:00pm Option Two: Mon. to Fri., July 23- 27, 3:30-5:00 pm Age of participants: Adults Level: Beginners Application dead!i,nes: June 29 OR July 13 Fee: 0, plus a nominal materials cost to be paid to the instructor Do you love to sing? No experience is required for this group class. In a relaxed enjoyable manner, learn the basics: posture, breath control, tone production and diction, while exploring a variety of songs. Baroque and Recorder Ensembles Program dates: Tues. July 3 to Fri. Aug. 10 at times to be arranged at the convenience of the participants. Auditions arranged upon registration Age of participants: Teens and Adul!S Application deadlines: June 18 Fees: 0 for six 60-minute sessions Focus: For teens and adults sing ing or playing recorder, flute, oboe, violin, cello, keyboard, lute or . guit~r. Ensembles will be formed according to the level and availability of the participants. Explore :various genres of music repertoire. Conducting Workshop . \ Program dates: Sat. to Thurs., July 21-26 and/or Sat. to Thurs., July 28 to Aug. 2 Wrap-up session and luncheon Friday, Aug. 3,'9:30 am to 2:00 pm Auditions: To apply, send resume, audio or video tape labelled with program/timing/date, names and contact information of two references, cover letter contain ing a brief statement of objectives in attending the institute and choice of week(s) Age of participants: Adults Level: Advanced Application deadlines: May 18 Auditors' deadline: until June 29 Fees: One week 0; both weeks ,300; Application fee: ; Auditors fees 0/week, registration fee Accommodation information is available upon request. A hands-on, intensive course f vr music educators, community ensemble directors and advanced conducting students is limited to 20 participants per week: Each week includes 5 classes, 8 rehearsals and 2 performances with the RCM1Summer Festival Orchestra. All participants will conduct in rehearsals and at · least one performance in the RCM 's Ettore Maz.z.oleni Concert Hall. Film Scoring Workshop Program dates: Mon. to Fri., June 18-29 from 9:30 am to 4:30 pm Auditions not required; however a high level of compositional or song writing experience is required. Age of participants: Adults Level: Advanced Applications: please call fordetails Fees: One week ,550 Accommodation information available upon request. A workshop specializing in current electronic production techniques (i.e. synthesizers/samplers/digital recording) is employed in bringing a film score from concept to final mix. Guitar from Sctatch or Guitar (Almost) from Scratch Program dates: G FS: Mon.- Fri., July 16-20, 5-7 pm GAFS: Tues. to Fri., July 3-6, 5-7 pm Age of participants: Adults Levels: GFS - Beginners GAFS - Some experience required Application deadlines: GFS - July 6 GAFS: June 23 Fees: GFS: 0 for five 2-hour lessons GAFS: 0 for four 2-hour lessons You'll learn to play the guitar from the very beginning with a c01rifortable introduction to tablature, chord windows and symbols. You will play simple, enjoyable pieces involving a variety of styles and techniques, from pop to classical, and be introducea to the pleasure of ensemble playing. Learn Cubase in 24 Hours Program dates: Mon. to Thurs., July 9-19 from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm Auditions not required; however some musical background is · needed for eligibility Age of participants: 16 and older Application deadline: June 29 Fees:0 ·Learn to use Cubase, one of the premiere MIDI recording and composing tools. Week 1: introduction to sequencing - all basics of recording performances and maninipulating the information for better playback. Week 2: specialize in either music notation or digital audio. Musical Theatre· Workshop for Young People Program dates: Tues., July 3 to Fri., July 20 from 9:30 am to 4:00 pm Age of participants: 12 to 16 years old Application deadline: June 23 Fees: 0 In this three-week summer camp, students will get the chance to put on a musical production, complete with costumes, stage makeup, props, and more! They'll receive three weeks of exceptional training in singing, dance, acting and improvisation. J' J' String Quartets for Beginners Program dates: Option One: Tues., July 3 to Fri:, July 20 9amto12pm Option Two: Tues.,July 3 to Fri., July 20 5:30 to 8:30 pm Age of participants: Teens and Adults Application deadlines: June 18 .Fees: 0 The quartet is a unique and valuable e9emble experience for string players. Ensembles will be formed according to the level of the participants who will have the opportunity to explore a variety of genres and repertoire. Technology for Music Teachers Program dates: Tues., Juiy 3 to Fri., July 6, 9 am-12 pm Program focus: choral, instrumental technology · · Application deadline: June 23 Fee: 5 c Learn how the computer can ri:ssist you in music instruction, gain an understanding of MIDI (Music Instrument Digital Interface) and explore a variety of software, including notation, sequencing and ear-training programs. Previous computer experience is not required. J' Brighten your Summer with Music Programs for all ages ·and abilities! July 3 - August 10 • Programs for Children (from 6 mos.) • Keyboards & Computers (10 - ·14 yrs.) . • Musical Theatre (12 - 16 yrs.) ' l / • ; Private Lessons ~,· .0'. _ • Singing • Guitar I · \ ' • Sequencing (Cubase) • En~embles & String Quartets • Prepare for a Theory Ex~m this summer · Toronto Mississauga Wholenote SUMMER MUSIC EDUCATIO N SPECIAL - SUMMER+ TIME S-5. _

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