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Volume 9 Issue 1 - September 2003

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Bldg, BO Queen's Park. 416·924·3940. •September 29 8:00: Toronto Texture; Oct.27: Viva Voce; Nov.3: (non·membe.rs). Wagner Society. Stuart Hamilton tries Baroque & Beautiful; Nov.10: · to stump a panel of Wagner Society · *September 19 7:30: Canadian Opera Conductor's Art. All 7:30·9:30. North members with all·Wagner questions. · Company/NOW Maga_zine. Opera TOT: York Memorial Community Hall, 5120 Arts and Letters Club, 14 Elm St. 41 1 6- Britten's Peter Grimes. Informal chat Yonge. 416-466·5336. 9. ~93·B557. Donation (members free) .' designed to demystify the artform. Registration requ ired. Host: David Gale. NOW Lounge, 1 B9 Church St. 416-363·6671 . Free. MASTER CLASSES *September 20 1 :30: New Music Concerts/Music Gallery. Forum: lubomyr Melnyk and Christina Petrowska Ouilico: Melnyk discusses his "continuous piano" technique; Quilico "remembers" her first husband, the late Michel-Georges Bregent. St. George the Martyr Church, 197 John. 416·961 ·9594. Free. ' *September 21 2:30: New Music ConcertsfMusic Gallery. Symposium: The Music of Kaikhosru Shapurji Sorabji. Musicologists Paul Rapoport and Marc·Andre Roberge join pianist Reinier van Houdt to discuss the composer's work. St'. George the Martyr Church, 197 John. 416·961· 9594. Free. •October 4 1 :00: Canadian Opera CompanyfMunk Centre for International Studies. The Opera . Exchange: Multidisciplinary Approaches to Opera · Peter Grimes: The loner vs. The Town. Half-day symposium with guest speakers & panel discussion with members from .the COC creative team. Joey and Toby Tanenbaum Opera Centre, 227 Front St. East. 4 f6·363· B231. , free for full time students with 1.0. •A Little Night Music. 6 lively and informal discussions exploring what ' makes mu.sic work. Kerry Stratton, presenter. Sept.29: Mood & Melody; Oct.6: Heart Strings; Oct.20: Farm & "Marvel­ ·OZfS combination of . knowledge and humour. His enthusiasm is brilliant. " + *September 19 1 :00: University of . Toronto Faculty of Music. Master class with Alain Trudel, trombone. Walter Hall, BO Queen's Park. 416·97B· 3744. Free. WORKSHOPS *September 4 5:30: Creativ·e Strings. Demystifying Music lessons 2003. Lecture/discussion with questions & answers. Susan Spier, presenter. Toronto Public Library, Annette Street Branch, 145 Annette. 416-393"·7692. Free. *September 7 1:30: Toronto Early Music Players' Organization. Avery Maclean, recorder specialist & teacher. Open to players of recorders, viols & other early instrument s. , Lansing United Church, 49 Bogert Ave. 416·4B7·9261 . . •September 20, evening (time TBA): Ontario Youth' Choir.Open rehearsal and Workshop. Noel Edison, conductor. Pickering Village United Church, 300 Church St. North, Ajax. 416·923· 1144. *September 24 7:30: Toronto Early Music Centre. Vocal Circle. Recreational reading of early choral music. Ability to read music desirable but not essential. 166 Crescent Rd. 416·920·5025. (nonmembers). · *September 2~ 8:00: Toronto Folk Singers Club. Bring your voice and musical instrument (optional) to share songs. Tranzac, 292 Brunswick. 416-537- .7422. + A Little Ni9h.t "One of M«Asic + This al1tl1mV\ 1 e mbal"k oV\ a 91;\ided tol11" of classical ml1sic with Maestl"o Kel"I"}:' Stl"attoV\ and fl"ieV\ds as expel"t navi9atol"s. the best courses I've taken outside my "stressful" professional life; a great escape.'' Six conseGutive Monday evenings, starting September 29th, 2003 from 7:30-9:30 p.m.; plus a dress rehearsal for ' the Toronto Philharmonia Location: North York Memorial Community Hall + in the North York Civic Centre, 5120 Yonge Street. Cost 9/person, including GST r-----"'.-"-------- 0 Enhance your enjoyment of music I To _obtain a br9chure or to I register, please contact: 0 Experience the orchestra at work l · Ambiente Inc. 0 Expan.d your CD collection with the P.O. Box 5002• Station A I Toronto, Ontario he.Ip of Maestro Stratton's Guide to 1 MSW 1 N4 Essential Classics 1 Phone: 416-466-5336 I Fax: 416-465-8894 + : Email: Ambientelnc@aol.com www.thewholenote.com September 1 - October 7 2003

*October 4 10am to 3pm: Southern Ontario Chapter of the Hymn Society/ RCCO{Trinity College. Iona! A Day With John Bell. Registration deadline: September 25. Seeley Hall: Trinity College, 6 Hoskin Ave. 416·267·0382. (non·members), $ 3Dlmembers). *October 5 1:30: Toronto Early Music Playiirs' Org·anization. Annual Fall Workshop. Open to players of recorders, viols & other early instruments. Coach: Francis Colpron, recorder specialist & teacher. Lansing United Church, 49 Bogert Ave. 416-487· 9261. Fee TBA. *October 5 7:30: Southern Ontario Chapter of the Hymn Society/RCCOI Trinity College. Pictures of God. Participative liturgy led by John Bell. Kingsway Baptist Church, 41 Birchview Blvd. 416·239·2381. *Peter Smith Jazz Workshops. Topics include improvisation, repertoire & ensemble skills. Any musicians welcome. Mondays 7:30·9:30, Sept.29, Oct.13,27, Nov.10,24, Dec.8,22. Japanese United Church, Oovercourt south of Bloor. 416·785·8609. 1 session. •Return to Learn. In love with Opera. A course tracing the exciting development o.f opera. Presenter: Mila 1 Filatova. Tuesdays, September 16 to · October 21, 1:00 to 3:00. 2nd floor, North York Central Library, 5120 Yonge. 905· 764· 7168. 0 (pre·registratiori required). ~ Alternative Music M .U S I. C Education for All Ages GALLERY INST ITUTE ' Percussion & Computer Music "One of the best workshops I've taken." "Excellent program, fantastic instructor." New Programs New Dates, New Rates, For details contact Barry Prophet 416-588-2514 . bprophet@idirect.com or www.musicgallery.org ,, ' '.i~4 Love To Sing? Breathe new life into your voice with a unique and sensible kinesthetic approach to vocal pedagogy. This is a method which focuses on influencing and improving the co-ordinative . process of the vocal muscles. It brings them into equilibrium, thus eliminating muscular interference. Great for Everyone! • All styles •All Levels •Beginners and Children welcome • Excellent for public speakers, actors, etc. · Call Pattie Kelly for private lessons at 905-271-6896 ~- 'Toronto Scfzoo{!}or Strings · ~ · &5 Collier St. Located near Yonge St. and Bloor St. Private Lessons Group Classes Qualified/Experienced Suzuki Instructors RCM Ell\am Preparation Junior Reading Orchestra, Chamber music Adult String Orchestra All Ages 3+ Adults Welcome Contact Julian Fisher 416-968-0303 www.torontoschoolforstrin s.com f 1 u te ).>Beginners ~Intermediate Flora Lim and Leslie Huggett Studio .).>Professionals ~Group/Private www. the flu testudio.ca Markham (Hwy 7/48) 905-472-4195 A Celebration oflate 18th Century Music, Food c-f Dance Sat., Jan. 17, 2004 '• Noon to 10:30 pm HISTORIC FORT YORK •Afternoon Workshops • Historical Supper • Elegant Evening Ball Pre-register Now! before Dec. 31 Q afterward Licensed. Cash Bar. ~TORONTO Culture www.toronto.ca/culture Live Music! Costumes Historic l;ort York· 100 Garrison Road 416-392-6907 ext. 100. Free Parking. ' Septem ber 1 - October 7 2003 www.thewholenote.com 49

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