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Volume 10 Issue 10 - July/August 2005

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Measha Brueggergosman. soprano; Doug Riley. organ; Andrew CJaig, host pwyc KC e TD Canada Trust TORONTO DOWNTOWN JAZZ Festival 41 6-928-2033 www.torontojazz.com Mainstage events: Toronto Star Stage, Nathan Phillips Square. 100 Queen St. West TSS JULY: 01 8:00: Real Divas. . TSS 02 8:00: Madeleine Peyroux/lhasa. . TSS 02 11 :59pm: Rita Chiarelli. $10. TSS 03 8:00: Carlos de/Junco/Or. John. . TSS Many other concerts, club performances and events throughout _the city. e TORONTO ISLAND Jazz Festival Olympic Island 416-879-6103 www.toront oislandjazz.com Advance ticket: .50; 3-day passport: .50; VIP passport s: 5 Students: 5; children under 12 (accompanied by an adult): free. September 3.4,5: noon-1 0:30pm: 3-day festival including 19 acts and over 1 00 artists scheduled. Performers include: Joey Defrancesco, Doug Riley, Artt Frank. Warren Chiasson. Bernie Senensky, Jane Bunnell, Lorne Lofsky, Hilario Duran's Big Band, Nick 'Brownman' Al i, Dione Taylor, Bruce Cassidy's Hot Foot Orchestra, Jaymz Bee and the Royal Jelly Orchestra and many more. e TORONTO SUMMER CHAMBER MUSIC Festival Michael Guttman. artistic director 416-205-5555, www.mgam.com Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front St. West Tickets each; subscription 10. JULY: 05 8:00: Precocious geniuses who died young. Music by Arriaga, Lekeu & Mendelssohn. Richa rd Raymond. piano; Joi!l Quarrington, double bass; Michael Guttman, violin. 06 8:00: An Evening of Brahms. Sextet #2 for strings; Quintet #2 for strings. Rivka Golani. viola; Yegor Dyachkov. cello. · 07 8:00: Composers Inspired by Folk Music. Music by Dvorak. Piazzola & Bloch. Richard Raymond, piano. 08 8:00: Sounds & Colours of French Music. Music by Milhaud. Franck. Debussy, Faure. Ravel; Cajun music. e UPTOWN JAZZ Festival July 8 Gala evening: George Weston Recital Hall. 5040 Yonge St. July 9 & 10: Mel Lastman Square, 5100 Yonge St. 905-889-6567 www.uptownjazzfestival.com JULY: 08 8:00:3 Diva Night: Gala Evening. Liberty Silver, Carol Weisman. Sue Vinnick. .95, .95(st/early bird). 09 2pm-10:15pm: La ToyaiGary BeilsiJillian Cameron; Alex Walker Quartet; Whakkem & other performers. Free. 10 2pm-1 0:15pm: Rat Robinson/Son; Montuno Police with Rick Lazar; Chris Smith Band; Kal abash; Eddie Bullen Band with Liberty Silver. Free. e WASAGA BEACH - Jazz in the Park Concerts at Nancy Island Historic Site 705-429-3844 X2287 50 www.wasagabeach.com All concerts free. J ULY: 05 7:00: Fig leaf Jazz Band 12 7:00: Beverly Taft Ouintet 19 7:00: Baytowne Big Band 26 7:00: lu/uk Purwanto & the Helsdingen Trio - Tulips 2005 AUGUST: 02 7:00: Toronto All-Star Band 09 7:00: Not Affiliated Big Band 16 7:00: Bob DeAngelis Jazz Band 23 7:00: Sandy Faux Ouintet e WESTBEN ARTS Festival Theatre The Barn. 3 km northwest of Campbellford ON on County Rd. 30 705-653-5508, 877-883-5777 westben@westben.on.ca; www.westben.on.ca JULY: 08 7:00: Sound Haven: Chamber Musicians on the Horizon: 2005 chamber music master class participants. 0. 09, 1 0 2:00: Mendelssohn-Shine! Mendelssohn: Trio in d minor. Gryphon Trio. -. 12 7:00: Tenorof theNight. Schubert: Erlkonig; Scftumann: Dichterliebe. Mark DuBois. tenor; Brian Finley, piano. -. 15 7:00: Voices on The Horizon. 2005 vocal master class participants. $10. 16, 17 2:00: The OK Chorale. Choral favori tes. Toronto Police Association Male Chorus. -. 19 7:00: Guitars of the Night. Music from India, South America, Spain, the Balkans. and the Orient. Montreal Guitar Trio. - . 21 - 24 2:00: Bring Him Home - Broadway Homecomings. Musical homecomings from opera and Broadway. Donna Bennett, soprano; Louise Winter, mezzo; Mark DuBois, tenor; Gerald Finley, baritone; Brian Finley, piano. -. 26 7:00: Piano of the Night. Rachmaninoff: Prelude in c sharp minor; works by Brahms, Franck & Liszt. Lucille Chung. piano. - . 30 2:00:Jazz Sunny-Side Up! Mireille Proulx. jazz violin. - single tickets; - all three jazz concerts. 31 2:00: Jazz Sunny-Side Up! Adi Braun, vocals; Mark Eisenman Trio. - single tickets; sJ0- all three jazz concerts. A UGUST: 01 2:00: Jazz Sunny-Side Up! Rob McConnell & Friends. - single tickets; - all three jazz concerts. e WESTERN UNION Sunfest '05 Victoria Park, London ON 519-672-1522 www.sunfest.on.ca Admission free (donations gratefully accepted) July 7-10: Thurs & Fri: 6pm-11 pm; Sat & Sun: noon-11 pm. Weekend Bandshell Concerts begin at 6pm daily. Featured performers include: Tinariwen (Mali), Kawa Brass (India), Salsa Celtica (UK), Desandann (Cuba), Dona Rosa (Portugal), Sekoya, Les Batinses. Samba Squad, Orchid Ensemble. Autorickshaw, Jane Bunnett & Spirits of Havana. Sophie Milman, Michel Morrisett & many others. ANNOUNCEMENTS, LECTURES/SYMPOSIA, MASTERCLASSES, WORKSHOPS, ETCETERA ANNOUNCEMENTS • July 1 7:00: Festival of the Sound. Canada Day Cruise. Traditional East Coast Kitchen Party with performers Shores of Newfoundland. Followed by fireworks display & the amual Christmas-in-July sailpast of brightly lit vessels. Town Dock, 9 Bay Street, Parry Sound. 866- 364-0061 . , O(children 5-12). • July 7-10: Festival International de Jazz de Montreal. Montreal Musicians·and Musical Instrument Show. Beginning musicians and seasoned veterans will be given the opportunity to try out various musical instruments and attend master classes hosted by some of the biggest names appearing in the Festival. Complexe Desjardins, Ste-Catherine & Bleury, Montreal. 514-523-3378. • July 11 , tee-off times 9:30am·11 am: Toronto Musicians' Association. Annual Golf To(lrnament. For TMA members & guests. InCludes lunch, prizes & trophy. Shawneeki Go!f & Country Club, 18543 Woodbine Avi!.'To book: 416-693-8778. ambiencemusic@sympatico.ca before July 4. • July 13,14,15 6:00: Daniel's of Noble· ton. King Swings. Includes 6pm gourmet din· ner, followed by 8pm entertainment: Wed: Jack de Keyser, blues guitarist, singer & song· writer. Thurs: Jeff Healey and the Jazz Wiz· ards; Fri: The Foursome (stage comedy). 12926 Hwy. #27, Nobleton. 905-859-0060, www.danielsofnobleton.com (dinner & show). (show only ). Net proceeds to sup· port the Children's Aid Foundation. • July 24-September 4, Sundays only from 2pm-6pm: New Adventures in Sound Art. Sound Travels: Sign Waves Sum· mer Installation series. 3 world premieres: Kehoe's landmark (audio-visual work using stories from Toronto Islanders); Windeyer's Still R~ (interactive installation exploring the impact of the city soundscape on physical memo· ry & perception); Roi' s WamieriqJ Sacred(outdoor site-specific audio installation). Also: Toronto Island Sound Map & Listening Gallery. St. Andrew-by-the-Lake Church. Centre Island. 416·91 0-7231. suggested donation. • July 31 4:00: Peterbo rough Folk Festi· val. Jazz Cruise with The Mike Graham Trio. Liftlock Cruises, next to the Holiday Inn on Little Lake. 705· 7 45-8364, www.peterboroughfolkfestival.org . • August 5 & 6 7:00: New Adventures in Sound Art. Sound Travels: Sound Can Fly: Performance for sound can and sound man. Site-specific performance by theatre perform· ance artist Neil Cadger & audio artist Steve Heimbecker. Pavilion near Centre Island ferry dock (Island side). 416-91 0-7231 . Free. • August 14 4:00: Peterborough Folk Festival. Cabaret Cruise featuring The Back Burners. Liftlock Cruises. next to the Holiday Inn on Little Lake. 705-7 45-8364. www.peterboroughfolkfestival.org . • August 25-28: 6th Annual Toronto Busker· fest. Musicians. acrobats, clowns, sword swallowers & many more amazing acts. CONn NUES PAGE5 2 What has 11 heads and sings? Music for Young Children• (MYC•) classes motivate and empower parents and children, nurturing family bonds and delivering valuable and thoroughly enjoyable co-learning experiences. Since 1980, MYC has remained one of the world's leading music-learning systems-the only child-centered program to integrate keyboard, creative movement, rhythm, singing, ear training, sight-reading, music theory and composition. MYC helps enhance children's social development and learning skills, improve memory and expressiveness, and bolster confidence and self-esteem. 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