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Volume 8 Issue 1 - September 2002

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Youth Singers of Toronto

Youth Singers of Toronto (Children and Youth ages 5 -19 3 graded choirs) Carol Woodward Ratzlaff Music Director AUDITIONS Call Laura@ 416-788-8482 vivayst@rogers.com Unique singing opportunities for 2002-2003 season include: *Performances with National Ballet of Canada's Nutcracker *Professionally staged opera, Noye's.Fludde, by Britten *Our own resident composer, Andrew Ager *Private vocal coaching * TheofY instruction *Dramatic arts coaching *Convenient Annex location (Bloor & Spadina) *Reasonable annual fee (0-0) TENORS! ANNO DOMINI CHAMBER SINGERS requires tenors to~ the 2002-2003 season. We are a mixed voice choir performing sacred and liturgical music. You possess good sight reading skills and are eager to join a dynamic group of 23 singers. Please can for more information and to arrange and audition . (416), 696-0093. ANNOUNCEMENTS ... ETC CONTINUED St.41&961·6601 x307. demonstrations, CDs, books, exhibits. . *September 25 1 Dam: Artsw'eek/Toronto Montgomery's Inn, ~ 709 Dundas West 416· Symphony Orchestra. Open Rehearsal 994·B 113. , 12 & under free. Elisabeth Batiashvili, violin; Jukka,Pekka Saraste, *September 22 9am-6pm: Artsweek/St. conductor. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe. 416· Lawrence Market. Global Roots Festival See 593· 7769 x444. Free. September 21: ' *September 2511am: Artsweek/ *September 23-27 1 Oam-4pm: Artsweek. Tafelmusik. Open Dress Rehearsal Music will W. Mark Sutherland· Scratch. Exploring the include selections by baroque masters such as boundaries of different disciplines: language, Handel and Lully. T rinity·St. Paul's Church, 427 · sound, images & objects, with two interactive Bloor West. 416·964.·9562 x22B. sound installations: Scratch (199B) and CodeX *September 25 7:30: Etobicoke Community (2001 ). Koffler Gallery, 45BB Bathurst. 416·. Concert Band Open Rehearsal tor New Musicians. 636· 1 BBQ x26B. Free. _ 4Q.1!111TblrwiJd ~.Jcm Edward Liddle, *September 241:00: David Warrack & the rrusic cirector. Etillicoke Collegiate Auditmilm. 86 Canada Pops Orchestra. 2002Maestro's MontgoouyRd.416-410.1570. Classic· 1st Annual Celebrity Bolf Tournament. · *September 26·0ctober1i: Small World Book a 3-some & we'll provide a celebrity to Music Society. Small World Festival complete your team; book an individual spot & Celebration of traditional music & performance . we'll put you on-a team. Glen Eagle Golf & from many cultures. Artists include Radio T arifa, Country Club. 416· 733-0626. Ensemble Al Kindi, Kemani Cerna!, Maharja, LoJo *September 24 7:30: Artsweek/All The & Ma mar Kassey. Isabel Bader Theatre, 93 King's Voices. Open Rehearsal 35·member Charles West. 416·J370-8000, mixed voice chorus. David J. King, conductor. www.smallworldmusic.com Willowdale United Church, 349 Kenneth Ave. *September 28 11am: Artsweek/Elgin and 416·225-2255. Winter Garden Theatre Centre. Free Guided *September 25-27 9am: Artsweek/Canadian Tours of the Last Operating Double Decker Music Centre. Open HOllSe. Visit the rruisc library; Theatre in the World See September 21. isten to various works, view rrusic scores & find *September 281 :30: Artsweek/St:James ilfoimation on Canacm CIJITllOSlllS. 20 St.JosePi Cathedral. Cathedl7i Boy Chaisters. Spend an hour Counterpoint Chorale ... dedicated to the community & · the performing arts Invitation to Audition Soprano and Alto positions· Rehearsals: St. Vladimir Institute - Auditorium 620 Spadina Avenue Toronto, ON Time: Tuesdays, 7:15 to 9:30 p.m. Beginning Sept. 3, 2002 For more info~ation, contact: William W0loschuk, Director Telephone: (416) 253-4674 Website: www.ccorchestrl!,.org Christopher Dawes organise & director of music with oow1y awoiited Director Matthew Lart

LECTURES *September 47:00: lecture/discussion on Demystifying Music lessons. lnfonnative session, co·sponsored by the Toronto Public • library, for all who want tips/ideas about pursuing musical instruction. For all ages. Speaker is Susan Spier of Creative Strings. Annette Street Branch library, 145 Annette St. 416· 763-6310. Free. *September 15 2:00: Toronto Opera Club. Guest speakers Susan Benson, designer & Michael Whitfield, lighting designer, share their experience of designing costumes, sets & lighting especially for opera productions. Room 330, . Edward Johnson Bldg., 80 Queens Park. 416· 924-3940. O(non·members). *September 16 8:00: Toronto Wagner Society. Wagner's Das liebesverbot. _ Discussion by Professor Eric Domville illustrated with musical excerpts. Arts and letters Club, 14 Erm St. 416·593.8557. Suggested donation · 0 for non·niembers. MASTER CLASSES *September 7 1 Oam·6pm & September 8 2pm·6pm: Sensible Vocal Training· A Master Class with Pattie Kelly. Kinestheti~ and organic vocal experience with focus on influencing and improving the co·ordinative process of the vocal rruscles.CtlJl'choftheHolyTrility, 10Trinity Square. 416429-7658. Participants: lesson ; iessa\ & repertoi'e coaching . Auditors: O(ha~ day), (alday SallJ'day), oibothdays). *October 112:10: University ofToronto Faculty of Music. Voice Performance Class· The University Settlement MUSIC AND ARTS SCHOOL Anne Yardley, Director - -~--=.s.:::;-- Quality , affordable music lessons and group classes' for over 80 years in downtown Toronto. / Individual lessons in piano, violin, viola, cello, guitar, 1 flute, recorder, trumpet"jazz trumpet, French horn, clarinet, percussion, saxophone, voice, jazz voice, accordion, theory and more... · Group classes include: Pre-school music and dance (ages 3-5), Community Choir (adults); Solfege (adults), Chamber Music . (adults), and Dance classes for ages 4 to adult (jazz, tap, ballet), Music Theatre for ages 10 to 18, AND; .. Concerts and Workshops.by students, faculty and guests -Informative newsletter each term­ Instruments for rent- Subsidies available for low income students- Practice studios free for registered students*. .-ALL AGES WELCOME- For information and registration, please contact the School at: .. 23 Grange Rd. (south of.Dulildas off Mccaul) 416-598-3444 ext. 243/244 Anne or Tamara *DO YOU NEED A PLACE TO PRACTICE? PRACTICE STUDIOS ARE AVAILABLE TO NON-STUDENTS FOR PER HOUR. CALL THE SCHOOL FOR MORE INFORMATION Audition Techniques for Singers. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park.416·978·3744. Free. •October 410:30am: U ofT Faculty of , Music. Master class with Martin lsepp featuring opera students. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park. 416·978·3744. Free. · •October 5 2:00: U of T Faculty of Music. Master Class with jazz pianist Fred Hersch. Walter Hal, 80 Queen's Pan

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