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Volume 8 Issue 1 - September 2002

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  • Toronto
  • September
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%~ ' ·- \, ' :~:; ._,, . ' -- ',' ' ' ' ':'' 0.~ Sinc;e 1881, Yamaha. fias·t;:>een a ma~er of quality r;flustcal lnstrurri~ craftsmanship, experience, innovation ancl a desire to make the best of the world's largest manufacturer of quality musical instruments. ,;, Whatever your style, a Yamaha stringed instrument is designed just for you. Beginner or professional. On stage or in your home. Natural sound or amplified. Yes, colours! Silent practicing. Play the very best you can ! Kando (kahn-doh); to inspire the heart and spirit! -YAMAHA REATING ANDO TOGETHER YAMAHA CANADA MUSIC LTD. BAND & ORCHESTRAL INSTRUMENTS DEPT 135 MILNER AVENUE, TORONTO, ON M1S 3R1 www.yamaha.ca Eccentric? Genius? Legend? Pianist and broadcaster Glenn Gould, a Canadian cultural icon, was closely associated with the CBC throughout his career. Join CBC Radio and Television as we celebrate the 70th anniversary of his birth. Opening Night, with guest host Calm Feore, premieres a new documentary about Gould's triumphant tour of Russia and reprises one of his best-known performances, Bach's Goldberg Variations, Shelagh Rogers brings CBC Radio listeners a day of concerts, dramas, documentaries, stories, and special guests, in an affectionate and lighthearted look at Gould's impact and legacy. 4 Opening Night: Glenn Gould Special . Tuesday September 24 • 8:00 pm - CBC Television Variations On Gould Wednesday September 25 • CBC Radio One and Two www.artscanada/cbc.ca/gould ~T CBC

Volume 8 #1 September 1to0ctober7,2002 Copyright© 2002 PerPul Proze, 60 Bellevue Avenue, Toronto ON-M5T 2N4 Publisher: Allan Pulker E-mail: Editor: David PerlmaQ info@the~holenote.com , Production Manager: Peter Hobbs CD Review Editor: David Olds Listings: Simone Desilets, Karen Ages Webmaster: Colin Puffer Web Technician: Lee Weston Lay.out & D_esign: David Perlman, Verity Hobbs Cover by _Rocket Design Cover photos: Karen Steyr, Den Ciul Advertising: , Allan Pulker, Karen Ages, Ken Larone Distribution Manager: Sheila McCoy Contributing writers: Bandstand: Merlin Williams Choral: Lar~ Beckwith Early Music: Frank Nakashima Hear & Now: Paul Steenhuisen J~: Jim Galloway Music Theatre: Sarah B. Hood Opera: Christopher Haile WholeNote br Phone General Inquiries, Advertising and Membership: Allan Pulker, Karen Ages, Ken Larone . ph 416-323-2232, fax 416-926-7539 Distribution and Display Stands: Sheila McCoy ph 416-928-6991 Editorial: David Perlman ph 416-603-3786 fax 416-603-3787 Listings/Unclassifieds: Simone Desilets ph 416-323-2232 fax 416-926-7539 Paid Subscriptions (/year + GST): Sheila Mi:Coy 416-928-6991 Websites: wWw.thewholenote.com www.torontohearandnow.com DATES AND DEADLINES Next issue is Volume 8 #2, October 1 to November 7 2002 Deadline for free event listings (covering period Oct 1 to Nov 7) 6pm Sunday September 15, Deadline for. Display Ad' Reservations: 6pm Wednesday September 18 Deadline for (Un)classified Ads: · 6pm Wednesday September 18 (90c per word; minimum} Publication: Thursday September 26 Printing by Ouodlibet: Allan Pulker I Couto Printing and Publishing Services T.O.Diary: Colin Eatock Features: Phil Ehrensaft, Dawn Lyons, , CIRCULATION· Paul Steenhuisen, Merlin Williams , _C_C_A_B_Q_U_A_L-IF-IE_D_C_l-RC_U_L_A_T_IO_N_:_ 1 Discoveries (CD Reviews): ' · 21,655 copies David Olds; John_ S. Gray; Pamela Margles, Daniel Foley, Phil Ehrensaft, Additional copies printed and Dianne Wells, Frank T. Nakashima, ,. distributed this month: 4,845 Den Ciul, Bruce Surtees, Colin Eatock, • Jim Galloway, Paul Steenhuisen · ' Total copies printed and distributed this month: 26,500 Ai:ffiaAr MUSIC, 47 Au. TI£ KWG's Voo:ES, 14 · ' Au. -CANA!lAN JAZZ FESTIVAi. 20 AwANcE F~ CF T cmrni, 10 AMAooJs CHOll, 14. 38 AMa CHAMBER ENSEMllE, 24 . Arwm-A,49 AINJ DIM.I CHAMBER StlGEflS. 42 AAlAYMUSIC, 17 ARTS RIC!Mm Hu MUSIC FESTIVAi. 45 ATMA C1ASS101£, 51 8AROOll MUSIC BEslDE Tl£ Giwa, 33 Btru.miw CMCCHOOAlf, 15 CALYX CONCERTS, 37 CANCUH.54 CBC.4 . Ctmr CHLllCH DEER.PARK. 19 CHLllCH Cf Sr MARY MAGDAIHE, 13 CIA~ BARlXllis, 12 !n.t.mw. LE, 46 , COM:ERTS AT Sr GE!llGE'S, 25 C!XllTllll'OM CHORAL£, 42 September 1 - October 7 2002 Canadian Publications Product Sales Agreement 1263846 ISSN 14888-8785 WHOLENOTE · This month's cover Preparing for the bands competition at this year's Canadian National Exhibition, members of the Northdale Concert Band: Sharon Mulder, bass; Ross Juli, trombone; Mark Tse, alto sax; Alex MacDonald, euphoniu/Tl: Bette Eubank, flute; Magda Horban, trumpet; and Karen Bower, French horn DAWJ J~ HARPSCHORJS, 21 DENisE WWAMS, 42 !JGScAPE MEDA, 48 DuKES Cf HAIMWY CtmJS, 15 ELMER !SEL£R StlGEflS, 13 · EMl,54 ESPRIT 0RCHESTllA, 2. 3 ExULTATE CHAMBER SWGERS, 14, 41 FACULTY Cf MUSIC, UCF T, 30 GARY AnMsnm; Wooovmos, 12 GE!llGE HEN. J2 ~ S11mSLVER8AMJ, 8 Hru:CWN HAil, 44 HlN'oWl!IRJ CENTRE, 7 l~Scon,22 lllS: TIE TCIDITO W[M}j'S CtmJS,42 Joo SLGJ, 44 JMET CATIEllH DEA, 41 JAZZ.FM 91, 19 l JEu\EssEs MUSICALES, CUSlllON CIWCERTS 34 JUBtATE llwGERS, 15 INDEX OF ADVERTISERS KArARWABULAr,45 KATHERllEScon,42 UNA AUCIAIR, 43 LIN; & McOuAOE, 12 MARGAffrA 8osHom VOCAL STUOIO, 41 MARl

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