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Volume 10 Issue 10 - July/August 2005

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  • Festival
  • Toronto
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  • August
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Thurs & Fri noon-11 pm; Sat 1 Oam-11 pm; Sun 1 Oam-6pm. Historic St. Lawrence Market Neighbourhood, Front St. between Jarvis & Scott. 416-964-9095, www.torontobuskerfest.com PWYC. Donations in support of Epilepsy Toronto welcome. "Harbourfront Centre. Summer Festival Activities. Every summer weekend, top Cana· dian & International artists in music, dance, theatre, film, food, readings, visual arts &­ family activities. Multiple venues, including the CIBC Stage. 235 Queens Quay West. 416- 973-4000. Most events free. "Historic Fort York. Summer Program . . Hourly demonstrations of military music, drill, musketry & artillery, including the music of the Fort York Drums (fife & drum corps) in the • An exciting program introducing children ages 5 - 8 to the joys of music and singing. • No prior training needed • 3 sets of 1 0-week terms at per term afternoons. July & August, daily 1 Oam- 5pm.1 00 Garrison Rd. 416-392-6907. , .25(sr/youth), (child). "Ruth Watson Henderson Choral Composition Competition/Choirs Ontario. Biennial competition for new choral works, the 2005 competition being for SSA treble vo"ice choirs, with a duration limit of between 4 and 8 minutes. Winning entry announced in November 2005. Scores must be postmarked no later than September 1, 2005. For information please contact Choirs Ontario: info@choirsontario.org; www.choirsontario.org "Toronto Music Garden. Guided Tours. 45- min walking tours led by the Toronto Botanical Garden volunteer guides: July to September, Wednesdays 11 am; pre-concert tours • Commencing in September • 45-minute Wednesday afternoon sessions at the Cathedral • Opens doors to Hie chorister programs at the Cathedral and to opportu nities beyond · LEADER: DIANE EDWARDS is a featured clinician and adjudicator throughout Canada. She directed the highly acclaimed Young Children's Kodaly Programme ir]. London, Ontario for over 15 years, and lectures in the Faculty of Education (OISE) where she teaches music and supervises teacher candidates. Register by email music@stjamescathedral.on.ca or phone (416) 364-7865 ext. 231 The Cathedral Church of St. James King & Church, Toronto WNW.stjamescathedral. on. ca Scene from our 2005 production of Barber of Seville Thursdays at 5:30pm. Also available: 70- minute self-guided audio tours hosted by Yo-Yo Ma & Garden Designer Julie Moir Messervy: audio players can be picked up daily from 10am-8pm. 475 Queens Quay West. 416- 973-4000, www.harbourfront.com Guided tours free; rental of self-guiding audio players . LECTURES/SYMPOSIA • July 27 6:00: Festival of the Sound. Overture - As Brahms Played. Jonathan Berg· er discusses his project Brahms at the Pianoan analysis & transcription of the 1889 cylinder recording of Johannes Brahms' performance of a segment of his First Hungarian Dance. Hear Brahms himself playing. Charles W. Stuckey Centre, 2 Bay St., Parry Sound. 705-746-2410, 866-364-0061. Free. • August 2 2:00: Festival of the Sound. Music from the Inside Out: The Classical Music Precipice. Discuss how we got where we are with Dr. Thomas Wolf. Charles W. Stockey Centre, 2 Bay St., Parry Sound. 705-746- 2410, 866-364-0061. Free. • August 3 2:00: Festival of the Sound. Music from the Inside Out: Panpipes to Pennywhistles: A Flute Travelogue. Les Alit plays flutes from all over the world. Charles W. Stockey Centre, 2 Bay St., Parry Sound. 705- 746-2410, 866-364-0061. Free. • August 4 2:00: Festival of the Sound. Music from the Inside Out: Do we need classical music? Jeffrey Stokes hosts a discussion with Julian Johnson, Robert Cram, Allan Gilliland & James Campbell. Charles W. Stockey Centre, 2 Bay St., Parry Sound. 705-746- 2410, 866-364-006Uree. • MASTER CLASSES • July 5,6, 7: Westben Arts Festival Theatre. Sound Haven: Chamber Music Master Classes with the Penderecki Ouartet. Open to adult amateur musicians. The Barn, 3 km northwest of Campbellford ON on County Rd. 30. 705-653-5508, 877-883-5777, www.westben.on.ca $10. • July 13 9am-noon & 2pm-5pm: Flute Studio of the University at Buffalo's Music Department. Canada Day masterclasses with Peter lloyd. All Canadian flutists interested in performing are welcome. Includes ticket to early evening lecture-recital of flute music written by established & emerging Canadian composers, researched & performed by flutist & composer Derek Charke. Dept. of Music, U at Buffalo, Buffalo NY. Performer's fee: US (per 30·min session onstage); SOLOIST AUDITIONS auditor's fee: US. 716-645-2765 x1257, WNWJTlJsic.buflalo.edu,WNW.p

"How I met my Teacher" personal reflections on a formative relationship compiled and edited by Masha Buell Mike Franklin's Muses History and Music My name is Mike Franklin. I perform with Jennifer Francisco as the duo Moresca, and now as a Renaissance band called Musical Banquet: Chris Verrette, violin, Joelle Morton, viola da gamba, John Edwards, lute, Shawn Spicer, cornetto, Dominic Teresi, dulcian, Jen Francisco, percussion, and me on shawm and recorders .I play in Recordare, a trio performing late medieval and Renaissance music with A very MacLean, and Stephanie Martin. I demonstrate period music and instruments at museums and historic sites. I perform mostly European medieval , Renaissance, and traditional music with voice, shawms, bagpipes, hurdy-gurdy, recorders, flutes, percussion and sometimes even the crumhorn! Some are fairly close copies of surviving instruments, or recreations based on paintings, drawings, descriptions. Some are from various folk traditions . On some of these instruments I have little formal training, nor do I limit myself to repertoire from their traditions. I don't remember much of my very first teachers. My journey of learning has been largely a selfdirected process. Clio is, off the top of my head , my Muse of History if it's not too presumptuous to claim the Muses as my teachers. They never seem too far away . Here's my earliest musical memory (almost earliest memory!)- my dad , a visual artist, but he sang folk music and played guitar with people (this was the early 60's) at our apartment in the evening. I remember slipping out into the hallway (I was supposed to be asleep), sitting listening. Around grade 6 I wanted to play drums. My dad bought me a starter set. I had two different teachers, one in the basement at the Edward Johnson building. He had me change the way I held the sticks. I'd started with the traditional marching band side drum style grip. I played along with my parents' Jazz and Big Band records. In grade 7 I was put into the string class. I guess I'd done well enough on the music test. But I was disappointed since I was already learning drums! I decided the least objectionable was double bass, and dropped the drums. I played bass in grades 7, 8, and 9 with Mr. Green - the first music teacher I remember by name. Although I didn't take music in high school I continued to play. I liked that I could play bass in all the ensembles: string orchestra, orchestra, band, dance band, and show band! But I gave up the double bass after grade 10. If I'd known what I know now I'd have kept up the strings and maybe started singing. If I'd taken up violin, today I wouldn't be looking for someone to play medieval fiddle! In grades 6 and 7 I was getting into baroque music (my mom gave me a copy of Switched On Bach). fvtA'RJV'RIE SPA'RKS VVICE STUVIV MART~ff SPARKS, SOPRANO -s.1-1us. -s. ro. CLASSICAL TECHNIQU£ PRJVATE VOICE LESSONS AT ALL LEVELS INSTRUCTIONS FOR UNIVERSITY AUDITIONS RCM EXAMS, COMPETITIONS AND PROFESSIONAL PERFORMANCES. FREQUENT STUDIO RECITALS. Studio Locations: 19 Ravine Park Cr., Scarborough 175 St. C lair Ave. W. , Toronto Tel: 416-282-7460 E-mail: mheitshu@sympatico.ca ALEXANDER KATS A first class Russian-trained professional pianist/teacher is now accepting students for regula,r private lessons or repertoire coaching, from advanced (ARCT, university) to all grades of RCM. DOWNTOWN. LOCATION Call: 416-340-1844 alexander.kats@ sympatico.ca *piano instruction •vocal & instrumental coaching and accompaniment Dr. Christopher Burton (Doctor of Musical Arts, Eastman) announces the opening of THE MUSIC ROOM * theory, history instruction * all ages, all levels welcome Conveniently located in Danforth Baptist Church 60 Bowden St. ,Toronto, Ontario (adjacent to Chester Subway) Call ( 416) 570-6524 or visit us at www.angelfire.com/music6/musicroom 1M YOUR VOICE Organic and functional vocal training to gain access ~o your full range, resonance and vocal freedom. For singers, public speakers, teachers, clergy, or ifyouj t want to enjoy using your voice! Sue Crowe Connolly Hamilton Studio 905-544-1302 ••cijt Certificates •:;;o;•o••••••••••·•oi'f"i!i'"'"''o'''''O'"o''O"O'O'O''O:·•

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