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Volume 10 Issue 10 - July/August 2005

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Seguin, conductor.

Seguin, conductor. -. AM 23 8:00: Deborah Voigt & Ben Heppner: Love Springs Eternal. .. Beethoven, Wagner. - . AM 24 2:00: Fountains of Youth. Berlioz, Bruch, Prokofiev. Alexandre da Costa, violin; Orches· tre de Ia francophonie canadienne; Jean· Philippe Tremblay, conductor. -. AM 25 8:00: Magnificent Musicianship. Haydn, Shostakovich, Schubert. Ekaterina Derzhavina, piano; Catherine Cho, violin; Emmanuelle Ber· trand, cello. . AS 26 8:00: Carte Blanche for Pieter Wispelwey /. Bach, Britten, Kodaly. Pieter Wispelwey, cello. . CA 28 8:00: Carte Blanche for Pieter Wispelwey II. Beethoven, Mendelssohn, Brahms, Shostak· ovich. Pieter Wispelwey. cello; De jan Lazic, piano. . PA 29 8:00: Bach by Hewitt: The Embodiment of Grace. Bach, Beethoven. Angela Hewitt, piano; Australian Chamber Orchestra; Richard Tognetti, conductor. -. AM 30 8:00: Muhicoloured Pictures of Did Russia. T chaikovsky. Shostakdvich, Moussorgski. Pieter Wispelwey, cello; Yossif Ivanov, violin; OSM; Raymond Leppard, conductor. -. AM 31 2:00: The Spirit of Flamenco. Juan Jose Carranza, voice/guitar; Rae Bowhay, dancer; Gabi Macaluso, accordion; Zoe Dumais, violin; Paul Mattson, bass; Miguel Medina & Claudio Palomares, percussion. -. AM AUGUST: 018:00: The ViolinlnAII/tslntimacy. Bach, Paganini, Hauta·Aho, Ysaye. Yossif Ivanov, violin. . ME 02 8:00: 12 Guitars on the Loose. Ouellette, Gougeon, Brouwer, Marcoux, Reich. Forestare Guitar Ensemble. . ZE 04 8:00: Declaration and Intimacies. Beethoven, Shostakovitch, Brahms. Mihaela Ursuleasa, piano. . BE 05 8:00: Viktoria Mullova and Paavo Jiirvi: Guests of Greatness. Beethoven. Viktoria Mullova, violin; Deutsche Kammerphilharmo· nie; Paavo.Jarvi, conductor. -. AM 06 8:00: The Art of Bel Canto- Two Voices in Perfect Harmony. Mozart, Bellini, Rossini. Mary Dunleavy, soprano; Jennifer Larmore, mezzo; Les Violons du Roy; Marco Guidarini, conductor. -. AM 07 2:00:FII!IdiSa¥}swithaGypsySauce. ctristi'e T 8SSi11 & The l"lJOS!ors. -. AM e LONDON EARLY MUSIC Festival 519-661 -5120; www.londonearlyopera.ca/ Festival passes , single tickets , (sr/stl. Venues: Wolf Performance Hall, Central Library, 251 Dundas St., London WP First St. Andrew's United Church, 350 Queens Ave at Waterloo, London FS JULY: 22 8:00: Blow: Venus and Adonis; Eccles: The Judgment of Paris. WP 23 12:00 noon: Music of the Italian Baroque. UWO Early Music Studio young artists. WP 23 2:00: The Three Countertenors. Richard Cunningham, Peter Mahon & Andrew Pickett. WP 23 8:00: Music from England. WUO Early Music Studio faculty & associates. WP 24 3:00: Stylus Phantasticus: The Birth of the North German Organ Style. Gregg Redner, organ. FS 24 8:00: Llama de amor viva. Studio Sixteen; Kevin Komisaruk, director. FS 48 e MARKHAM RIBFEST & BLUES Festival. Markham Fairgrounds, McCowan Rd. & Elgin Mills Rd., Markham 905-477-4210, 416-867-6703 www .markhamribfest.com July 15-17: Featured performers: Jeff Hea· ley & The Jazz Wizards; Colin Arney; live blues bands alii weekend. e MILL RACE Festival of Traditional Folk Music Various venues in downtown Cambridge (Galt) 519-621 -7135 . www .millracefolksociety .com July 29-31: Annual folk festival throughout the day. Anna Massie Band, Chris McKhool, Crucible, Orange Peel Morris, Toronto Morris Men & many others. No admission. e MONTREAL INTERNATIONAL JAZZ Festival 866-908-9090 www.montrealjazzfest.com June 30-July 10: 150 indoor concerts, 350 free outdoor concerts at various venues in Montreal 2000 jazz musicians including Pat Metheny & Gary Burton, Ranee Lee & Oliver Jones, Mark Knopfler, Madeleine Peyroux, Charlie Haden, Paul Anka, John Mayall & Omara Portuondo. e MUSIC AT PORT MILFORD Chamber Music Festival Church of St. Mary Magdalene, 335 Main St., Picton 613-476-7647 www.mpmcamp.org Single concert: , $ 8(stl; 4-concert series: , (stl JULY: 15 B:DD: Chamber Music in Picton. Works by Beethoven, Godfrey & Ravel. Cassatt String Quartet. 16 2:DD: Music in the Barn. Student concert: 89 Colliers Rd., RR #2, Milford. Free. 22 B:DD: Chamber Music in Picton. Works by Glass, Part, Russell, Skempton & Brahms. Madawaska String Quartet. 23 2:DO: Music in the Barn. Student concert. South Bay United Church. Free. 29 B:DD: Chamber Music in Picton. Works by Mozart, Raminsh & Mendelssohn. Borealis String Quartet. 3D 2:DD: Music in the Barn. Student concert. 89 Colliers Rd., RR #2. Milford. Free. August: D5 B:DD: Music in the Barn. Student concert. Church of St. Mary Magdalene, Picton. Free. 12 B:OD: Chamber Music in Picton. Works by Haydn, Bartok & Schubert. Port Milford Facul· ty Artists String Quartet. 13 2:DD: Music in the Barn. Student concert. South Bay United Church. Free. e MUSIC AT SHARON 20D5 905-478-2389 www.sharontemple.ca 18974 Leslie Street, Sharon ON JULY: 24 2:00: Acoustic Afternoon Concert: Jamie Reynolds,jazzpiano. . 31 2:DD: Acoustic Afternoon Concert: Katie Mauti, singer. Classical & popular. . AUGUST: 21 2:DD: Broadway Bound. Classics of musi· cal theatre. 0. 2B 2:DD: The Canadian Singers. Popular tradi· tional & contemporary Canadian songs. , 0. CpnceftS continue in September. e MUSKOKA LAKES Music Festival 705-765-1048,888-311 -2787 www.artsinmuskoka.com Venues: The Barge, Gravenhurst TB The Centre, Port Carling TC The Wharf, Gravenhurst TW The Op, Gravenhurst TO JULY: 15 7:30: National Band of the Naval Reserve. Donation. TB 2B & 29 time tba: Tulips 2005. Luluk Pur· wanto & the Helsdingen Trio. Tba AUGUST: D2 B:DD: Wiener Vocal Ensemble. . TC D3 B:DD: Sponsor Appreciation Evening. Paul Brodie, Jack Hutton, Beverlie Robertson, Michael Troester & others. . TC D4 B:DD: Mitch Beube Swing Band. . TC D5 B:DD: Foggy Hogtown Boys. . TC D6 6:DD: Dinner Cruise with The Bourbon Street Huskers. . TW 07 3:DD: Lunch at Allen's. Musical revue with Cindy Church, Marc Jordan, Murray McLauch· lan,lan Thomas. . TC DB B:DD: Canadian Chamber Music Players. . TO D9 B:DO: Mimi Blais. . TO I 0 B:DD: Jane Bunnett & the Spirit of Havana. . TC 11 B:DD: Tl)rontoAIJ.StarBig Band. . TC 12 B:DD:AiexPangman. . TC 13 B:DO: Valdy. . TC e NIAGARA INTERNATIONAL Chamber Music Festival 905-468-5566, 877-687-3378 www.niagaramusicfest.com Concerts in Niagara-on-the-Lake unless other· wise indicated. Niagara Top Five (any 5 concerts excluding galas and Great Canadian Pianists): Festival Pass (all concerts excluding galas & Great Canadian Pianists): 9 Single ticket prices as indicated. Venues: St. Mark's Church, 41 Byron St. SM St. Vincent de Paul Church, 73 Picton St. SV Court House, Market Room, 26 Queen St. CH Niagara Historical Society Museum, 23 Castlereagh St. NH RiverBrink, Home of the Weir Collection RB Willowbank Heritage Estate, 14887 Niagara Parkway, Queenston WH The Buttery, 19 Queen St. TB lnniskillin, Line 3 IN Peller Estates, 290 John St. PE Karoly Veress Art Studio KV WWW. THEWHOLENOTE.COM JULY: 25 7:3D: Opening Gala & Reception. Navakas, R.Strauss, Friedman, Mozart. Haydn. Bora Kim, violin/piano; Gould String Quartet; Or· chestra of St. Mark's. . SM 26 7:3D: Music at Historic Churches- Amadeus- Leaving 249- Celebrating the Upcom· ing 250th Anniversary of Mozart's Birth. Shako Inoue, piano; Gould String Quartet. ,(st). SM 27 7:30: Reel Music- Contribution of Cinema Composers. Korngold, Waxman. Diane Werner, piano; Olenka Slywynska, mezzo; Gould String Quartet. ,(st). SV 2B 7:3D: Music at Historic Churches · Commemorating the Anniversary of Bach's Death featuring the Newly Acquired Gabriel Kney Chamber Organ. Bach, Mozart, Handel. William Maddox, organ; Gould String Quartet. ,(st). SM 29 7:30:MeetMembersofthe TorontoSymphony, Featuring Principal Bass Joel Ouarrington & Principal Viola Teng Li Hoffmeister, Borghi, Stamitz, Dvorak. With Gould String Quartet. ,(st). NH 3D 7:3D: Great Canadian Pianists. Mendelssohn, Brahms, Schubert. Anton Kuerti, piano. . SM 30 1D:15pm:JazzP/usAfter 10. Bob Mills Trio. Cover charge. TB 31 2:DD: Music and Wine- Latin Guitar. Narveaz, Mudarra, Milan, Mompou, Morel, de Falla, Barrios. Jeffrey Mcfadden. guitar. ,(st). PE AUGUST: 011:3D:ShawandMusic-ShawonSaint­ Saens and Raft. Saint-Saens, Rail. James Mainprize, narrator; Tamara Dovgan, piano; Teimour Sadykhov, cello; Sadie Fields & Arian Merry, violins; Gould String Quartet. . CH D2 7:30:_ Music at Historic Churches- The Dec· ade of Insanity (1710-1780) or Anything Goes. Music tba. Lynne Honnsberger, organ; Cecile Desrosiers, harpsichord. ,(st). SM D3 5:15: Preludes to the Play- Soldier's Tale. Stravinsky. Christopher Newton, narrator/ actor; Blair Williams, Robert Benson, actors; Nina Kogan, piano; Julian Milk is, clarinet; A tis Bankas, violin. . CH 04 7:3D: Glenn Gould and Chamber Music. Gould, Schubert. Peter Tiefenbach, piano; Michael Sweeney, bassoon; Gould String Quar· tet: , (st). SM 05 2:0D:Art and Music- Europe in the 19th Century- The Age of the Revolution. Lecture· recital with slide presentation. Beethoven, Schumann, Debussy. Vadim Serebryany, lecturer/piano; Jin-Shan Dai, violin; Teimour Sadykhov, cello. . WH D5 7:3D: Music in Historic Niagara. Cherubini, Kreutzer, Rode. Gould String Quartet. ,(st). NH , 06 12:0D noon: Behind the Scenes of Music -Piano Master Class. Pianist Robert Silverman coaches young pianists from the Niagara Peninsula; followed by discussion on pedagogical matters with Niagara teachers. Free. WH 06 7:3D: Great Canadian Pianists. Buczynski, Bach, Debussy, Lavallee, Beethoven. Robert Silverman, piano. . SM D61D:15pm:JazzP/usAfter 10. James Gay Trio. Cover charge. TB D7 7:30: Music at Historic Churches. Haydn, Chopin, Bach, Beethoven. Oleh Krysa, violin; Tatiana Tchekina & Heather Conner, pianists; . Gould String Quartet. ,(st). SV DB 12:DD noon: Young Virtuosos. Chopin, Mozart, Gershwin. Participants of the International School for Musical Arts Summer Course. , (st). CH DB 7:30: Shaw and Music- Shaw on Saras· ate and Wieniawski Wieniawski, Sarasatp. Christopher Newton, narrator; Juhyun Lee, Daniel Milkis, Bora Kim, Arian Merry, violins & other performers. . ,(st). CH 09 7:30: Glenn Gould and Chamber Music ­ Gould's Russians, Commemorating the 30th Anniversary of Shostakovich's Death (August 9. 1975). Scriabin, Prokofiev, Shostakovich, Taneyev, Glinka. VadimSerebryany: Tamara Dovgan, Heather Conner, pianists; Peter Seminovs, A tis Bankas, violins. ,(st). SM 10 2:00: A New Day- New Music Reading with Composers. Open chamber music read· ing-rehearsal of new works by emerging com· posers. Philipp Jundt, flute; Peter Stoll, clari· ) ULY 1 -SEPTEMBER 7 2.005

net; Richard Moore, percussion; Mary-Katherine Finch, cello; Barbara Croall, traditional native flutes. Free. RB . 10 5:15: Preludes to the Play- Soldier's Tale. Stravinsky. Christopher Newton, narrator/ actor· Blair Williams, Robert Benson, actors; Nina Kogan. piano; Julian Milkis, clarinet; A tis Bankas, violin. . CH 10 7:30:Musicand Wine-A NewOay, Ancient Traditions, New Expressions. Kawashima, Domhardt, Germanavicius & others. Philipp Jundt, flute; Peter Stoll. clarinet; Richard Moore, percussion; Mary-Katherine Finch, cello; Barbara Croall, traditional native flutes. 6:30: Tour & Wine Tasting. ,(st). IN 11 2:00: Art and Music- The Age of Modernism. Mahler, Schoenberg, Stravinsky, Bartok, Hindemith, Ravel. Oleh Krysa, Peter Seminovs, violins; Tatiana Tchekina, Vadim Serebryany, Heather Conner, pianists & other per. formers. . WH 11 7:30: Great Canadian Pianists. Novak, Suk, Janacek, Brahms; Chopin, Mozart Antonin Kubalek, piano. . SM 12 12:00 noon: Behind the Scenes of Music­ Piano Master Class. Young pianists from Niagara Peninsula coached by pianist Antonin Kubalek; discussion on pedagogical matters with Niagara's piano teachers. Free. WH 12 7:30: Music at Historic Churches. Tartini­ Kreisler. Trachtenberg, Bazzini, Brahms. Almita Vamos, violin; Roland Vamos, viola; Teimour Sadykhov, cello; Heather Conner, piano. ,(st). SV 13 7:30: MusicatHistoricChurches-An EVIHiirfl of Song. Mendelssohn, ScldJert, Schumann, Bralms, Steele, Russel, Grieg, T chaikovsky & other composers. Gary Relyea, bassbaritone; Ama T anmRelyea, soprano/piano; Deanna Relyea, mezzo. , (st). SV 1310:15pm:JazzPiusAfter 10. Doug Mundy Trio with Bob Mills. Cover charge. TB 14 2:00: Hungarian Extravaganza- Goulash, Czardas, Kodaly & Bartok. Almita Vamos, violin; Roland Vamos, violin/viola; Gould String Quartet KV 15 12:00 noon: Young Virtuosos. Participants of the International School for Musical Arts Summer Course. ,(st). CH 15 7:30: Shaw and Music- Shaw on Schubert. TBA, actor; Heather Conner, piano; Gould String Quartet; Robert Mills, double bass. . CH 16 7:30: Music at Historic Churches. Bach, Debussy, Brahms. Zvi Zeitlin, violin; Julian Milkis, clarinet; Nina Kogan, piano. ,(st). SM 17 7:30: Closing Gala and Reception- Festival Showcase. Schubert, Smetana, .Beethgven, Sarasate, Dvorak. Zvi Zeitlin, violin; Robert Silverman. Vadim Serebryany, Heather Conner. pianists; Julian Milkis, clarinet & other performers. . SM e ORFORD ARTS CENTRE Festival 819-843-9871, 800-567-6155 www.arts-orford.org Concerts at Salle Gilles-Lefebvre. 3165 chemin du Pare, Orford unless otherwise indicated. JuLY: 02 8:00: A Tribute to Those Lost at Ausch· will. Messiaen: Quartet for the End of Time. James Campbell, clarinet; Mayllli Seiler, violin; Brian Manker, cello; John Perry, piano. . 08 8:00: Mozart: La Clemenza di Tito. Vannick Nllzet·Seguin, conductor; Francois Racine, director; singers from the Arts Centre's Vocal Workshop; musicians from the, Orchestra Met· ropolitain du Grand Montreal. . j ULY 1 - SE PTE MBER 7 2005 09 7:00: Addis, Arias to Savour - halian Style. Rossini, Bel~ni . Donizetti. Phillip Addis, baritone~ Emily Harl1)8r, piano. . Benefit concert. 12 8:00: Mozart:LaCiemenzatiTito. SeeJUy 8. 10 2:30: Baroque Bowled Over. Pergolesi: Stabat Mater; roosic by Handel. Daniel Taylor, counter tenor; Dominique Labelle, soprano. . 15 8:00: Fray, New Summits. Schubert, Liszt. David Fray. piano. . 16 8:00: Rouvier, Leading Tones. Haydn, Schubert, Chopin, Liszt, Debussy, Ravel. Jacques Rou· vier, piano. . 22 8:00: Lefevre, Piano Recitations. Mathieu, Petrowski, Debussy. Ravel, Boudreau. Alain Lefevre, piano. . 23 8:00: The OSS, Film MuSic Classics! Big screen classics. Orchestra symphonique de Sher· brooke; Stephane Laforest, conductor. . Out· door Stage, Orford Arts Centre. 2411 :OOam:Amati, In Tune with Youth.lnterac· tive event. Works by Champagne, Mozart, Vivaldi, Copland. Enserrble Amati; Robert Blondin, host; Raymond Dessaints, conductor. . 29 8:00: Silverman, Wahzand Variations. Beethoven: Diabelli Variations. Robert Silverman, piano. . . 30 4:00: Negro, Contemporary and Canadian. Fournier, Boucourechliev, Leahy, Mottet, Cravvford, Dion. Ohana. Nathalie Negro. piano. . 30 8:00: Cuarteto Latinoamericano, World Strings. Evangelista, Gutierrez. Villa-Lobos, Ortiz, Picizzolla. Boccherini. Saul Bitran. Aron Bitran. violins; Javier Montiel, viola; Alvaro Bitran, Eliza· beth Dolin, cellos. . AUGUST: 05 8:00: Ouintet for Five Birthday Candles. Schafer, Maslanka, Mozart. Orford Winds; Jutie Nesrallah, mezzo. . 06 8:00: Lord! SpeHbinding Warmth. 19th century classics; African-American spirituals; gospel. Marie-Josee Lord, soprano; Esthll!' Gonthier, piano. . 12 8:00: Bach to the Nth Degree. Music of Bach. Robert Langevin, flute; Masuko Ushioda, violin; Laurence Lesser, cello; Luc BeauSejOIJ', harpsichord. . 13 2:30: Bach the Italian! Broscli, Porpora, Bach. . 13 8:00: Leading the Way: Bach toT ango. Ouartango; Nancy Coulorfbe, soprano; Christine Harel, mezzo; Eric Tremblay, tenor; Marc Belleau, bass baritone. . e OTTAWA INTERNATIONAL Chamber Music Festival 613-234-8008 www.chanilerfest.com 3-day Festival passes: XacUt). XsttDrlt) Pass-jiJs cormts (with Festivlll Passportt. Si9e cormt ti:kets (Wthout Festival Passport· avaiciEatt!Edoor

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