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Volume 7 Issue 10 - July/August 2002

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Barn, near Ayr, Ontario.

Barn, near Ayr, Ontario. 519-745·5853, 519· 579-8564. (adult), (student), · (ensemble), reduced rate for this plus 7pm workshop. •July 1D·12: Westben Arts Festival Theatre. Master classes with Stephen Sitarski, violin. The Barn, Hwy 30 North, Campbellford. 705-653-5508. 877-883-5777. •July 14 1 :OD: Brott Summer Music Festival 2002.MadnessandCreativity. Lorin Hollander, pianist leads his audience on explorations of human consciousness & creativity and emphasizes the importance of mentoring to achieve spiritual and personal growth. For musicians, teachers, doctors, creators and music lovers. Hamilton Place, Studio Theatre, 10 McNab St. South. 905·525· ANNOUNCEMENTS ETCETERA 7664, 888·475-9377. (participants), (auditors). *July 17-19: Westben Arts Festival Theatre. Master classes with Kimberly Barber, voice. The Barn, Hwy 30 North, Campbellford. 705-653-5508, 877-883-5777. WORKSHOPS •July 2 7:00: Grand River Baroque Festival. Baroque Chamber Music Workshop with Linda Melsted, violin. Buehlow Barn, near Ayr, Ontario. 519-745-5853, 519-579-8564. (adult), (studenl), (ensemble), reduced rate for this plus 4pm master class. •July 4-7: York University Faculty of Fine ·Arts/Harbourfront Centre. Deeper Blues. Join Rob Bowman & special guests from the Toronto Blues Society to learn the history of the urban blues. Registration by June 25. York Quay Centre, 235 Queens Quay West. 416-973-4000. Weekend workshop $100. . •July 11-14: York University Faculty of Fine Arts/Harbourfront Centre. The Silk Road and Beyond. Sample the cross-currents of Asian music & dance; explore the range of Toronto's diversity. With George Sawa, Middle Eastern music specialist; Selma Odom, dance historian & featured artists. Register by July 2. York Quay Centre, 235 Queens Quay West. 416-973-4000. Weekend workshop $100. *July 18·21: York University Faculty of Fine Arts/Harbourfront Centre. Latin Beats. Discover the vibrancy of intercultural connections in the arts of Central & South America. With percussionist Rodrigo Chavez & featured gu~ts from the Latin dance & music scenes. Register by July 9. York Quay Centre, 235 Queens Quay West. 416-973-4000. Weekend workshop $100. C

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