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Volume 10 Issue 1 - September 2004

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WORLD VIEW continued from page 26 Darbazi, the 12 member choir that sings traditional Georgian folk and liturgical music may have a few openings. Contact Ray Kinoshita at 416-917-8571 and visit www Two BRAZILIAN Samba groups may still have· room for new members (earplugs recommended!). Samba Squad, led by Rick Shadrach Lazar, can be reached by email at; or visit Escola de Samba is led by Alan Hetherington; please visit their website or call Alan at 416-532-7923. An excellent documentary film was made on the latter group and features interviews with many of its members. We Are Samba will be shown at the inauguration of the new temporary location of the Royal Conservatory at 90 Croatia St., September 10 at 7:00 pm followed by a show with dancers at 8:00. (Date tentative at time of writing) ONE !AST NOTE, don't forget to check out Ashkenaz: A Festival of New Yiddish Culture, at Harbourfront Centre, August 31-September 6. For details on the festival which includes music, dance, theatre, film, visual arts, literature, lectures and storytelling, please visit and, or call 416-973-4000. Karen Ages is a freelance oboist who has also been a member of several world music ensembles. She can be reached at 41.6-323- 2232 or by email at worldmusic@thewholenote. corn. World Music and Kindermusik on the Danforth for young children • O-l112 . l '12-3 • 3-5.· Register Now for Sept. classes Sophia Grigoriadis · ClOPPin

ANNOUNCEMENTS, LECTURES/SYMPOSIA, MASTER CLASSES, WORKSHOPS, ETCETERA *Mississauga Symphony. Annual Used Book Sale. Sale of used books, CDs, tapes, records, videos, magatines & jigsaw puzzles. Sap 16: 7pm·9pm; Sap 17: 10am·9pm; Sap 18: 10am·6pm; Sap 19: 12 noon·Spm. Sheridan Centre, 2225 Erin Mills Parkway, Mississauga. 905·615·4405. Proceeds to the Mississauga Symphony's Concert Series & Educational and 0 utreach programs. LECTURES/SYMPOSIA *September 12 2:00: Toronto Opara Club. Guest speaker Eric Domville talks about The Handmaid's Tale. CDs to be won. Room 330, Edward Johnson Bldg, 80 Queen's Park. 416-924-3940. . *October 2 9:30am·4:00: Canadian Opara Company/Munk Cantre for International Studies. The Opera Exchange. In-depth symposium on The Handmaid's Tale. Presenters include Rosemary Sullivan, Robin Elliott, Eric Domville, Wayne Sumner, Rick Phillips & others. Panel discussion with members of the CDC's creative team. Isabel Bader Theatre, 93 Charles St. West. 416-363-8231. , (UofT faculty), stdents free. *October 2 8:00: Arcady/Hamilton Association for the Advancement of Literature, Science and Art. Early Music and the Modern Composer. Ronald Beckett, lecturer with Carolvn Stronks-Zeyl, flute. Ewart Angus Theatre, McMaster University Medical Centre, Hamilton. 905-527·0415. *October 7 10:00am: Great Romantics Festival. New Found Liszt. William Wright, · speaker. Uncatalogued autograph transcriptions from works of Herold, Pezzini & Schubert. Convocation Hall, McMaster University, Hamilton. 905-525-9140 x23674. . *Return to Learn. Overture to Opera. 6 lectures including excerpts & live performance. David Ambrose, lecturer. Sep 2B·Nov. 2. North York Central Library, 2nd floor, 5120 Yong St. 905-764-7168. 0. MASTER CLASSES *September 11 & 12: Ukrainian Canadian Choral federation/Canadian Ukrainian Opera Association. The Art of Singing. Choral master class with opera singer Pavlo Hunka, with special involvement by: Halyna Kvitka Kondracki (conductor, Vesnivka Choir & Toronto Ukrainian Male Chamber Chorus); Myron Maksymiw (conductor, Musicus Bortnianskii, Boyan Choir & St. Demetrius Choir); William Woloschuk (conductor, Counterpoint Chorale & St. Vladimir Cathedral Choir); Roman Hurko (stage director, conductor & sacred music composer). St. Vladimir Institute, 620 Spadina Ave. 416·236-8278 or 0. WORKSHOPS *September 10· 12: Brampton festival Singers. Weekend Rehearsal/Workshop Retreat. Members and non members who love to sing and are interested in enhancing their skills are welcome to attend. Stephane Potvin, director. Erin Country Inn, Erin Ontario. 905- 450-5659, 905-457 -2310. $100. *September 12 1:30: Toronto Early Music Players' Organization. Workshop with David Klausner, director of Institute for Medieval Studies, UofT. Bring your early instruments and stand;. music available at the door. Lansing United Church, 49 Bogert Ave. 416-778-7777. . *September 15 7:30: Shapenote Singing from Sacred Harp. Third Wednesday of every month. Beginners welcome. St. Stephen-in-the-fields, 365 College St. 416-922·7997. *September 17 7:30: Recorder Players Society (Toronto). For players of C and f instruments. Church of the Transfiguration, 111 Manor Rd. East. 416-536-5750. (CAMMAC members), (non-members). *September 18 lpm·Spm: Spirit of Wellness. The Power of Music in Your life! Workshop with Sharon Howarth-Russell, for both the layperson & the therapist, that connects The Musical Rainbow and The Rainbow Bridge in you physically, emotionally, mentally & spiritually through the application of frequency, sound, vibrations, resonances, tones and rhytlvns. Howard Johnson Hotel, 15520 Yonge St., Aurora. 905-836-0669. ( early registration by Sep 1 ). *September 22 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. (non-members). *September 24 7:30: City of Toronto. Dance & D nce-Ab171y. A 19th Century English Country Dance workshop. Beginners welcome. Historic fort York, 100 Garrison Rd. 416-392-6907. O(pre-registration required). *October 2 9:00am·4:00: Toronto Early Music Players' Organization. Workshop with Stephanie Martin, choral conductor, harpsichordist & recorder performer. Bring ANNOUNCEAIENTS ••• ETCETERA CONTINUES NEXT PAGE Confident Performance and Audition Coaching Don't leav.e your best playing in the practice room! Learn proven techniques - to help reduce performance anxiety. Perform with greater focus, confidence, musicality and ease in any situation. Convenient, private and friendly consultations for vocalists and instrumentalists. MARK TETREAULT Phone 416-617-4926 or e-mail: WORKSHOPS - to train Music Teachers in a new way of Teaching Music with Colour • Heidemarie Garbe has developed this KEREKES Music Lessons ALL AGES, ALL LE:.VE:LS )Piano, Violin, Viola, Cello, Flute, clarinet, Saxophones, Trumpet, Trombone) www. music-lessons.ea Registration begins September J)th. Return to Learn presents UVfVTUVf TU f)VfVA A six week course providing a novel and exciting exploration of opera including excerpts and a live performance. With DAVID AMBROSE, Director /Educator Tuesdays, Sept. 28 to Nov. 2, 1 :00 to 3:00 PM North York Central Library, 2" d Floor · 5120 Yonge Street Please call for further information and registration (0) Phone 905-764-7168 ,highly successful method over 25 years of · teaching. She is a graduate of the Oberlin Conservatory and the author of MUSIC IN THE NEW MILLENNIUM. •For information: 416-654-8943 • Email: V3 = Vivo Voce Voice Studio A DYNAMIC ONE-OF-A-KIND TEACHING DUO/ Two professional singers offer creative instruction in Classical, Broadway & jazz only Deborah jeans, Soprano Mus. Bach. Performance, Diploma in Operatic Performance, University of Toronto Andree Bernard Toronto jazz Singer, Chanteuse Conveniently located at two locations in downtown Toronto (416) 323-1417 SEPTEMBER 1 - OCTOBER 7 2004 WWW, THEWHOLENOTE.COM 55

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