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Volume 10 Issue 3 - November 2004

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OPERA/MUS c THEATRE CONTINUED FlOM PAGE 69 Port Hope Dragon The1 itre Productions. Lerner & Loewe: Gigi. N1 iv 11·13, 18·20: 8:00, Nov 13,20: 2:00. Capitol Theatre, 20 Queen St .. Port Hope. 91l5·BB5·1071, BOO· 434·5092. $ 22, (ch ild). Ross Petty Productio11s. Aladdin, the Magical Family Musical' Starring Jennifer Dale. Adam Brazier, Bre t "Hitman" Hart, Derek McGrath, Ross Petty; Ted Dykstra, director; David Warrack, music director. Dec 2·31, various times. Elg in ·1rheatre, 189 Yonge St. 416·872-5555. '/-, child , family & group rates. Royal Opera Canada . Tch.9ikovsky: Eugene Onegin. Dwight Bennfltt, ar tistic director. Nov 13,16,18,20: 7:30, Jov 14 3:00, at Hammerson Hall, Liv'ing Art:; Centre, 4141 Living Arts Drive. M'1ssissauga. 905·306- 6000. Nov 25,27, Dec 2.4: 7:30 at Toronto Centre for the Arts , 5040 Yonge St. 416-872- 1111. -5, -ll(sr/st). Sanderson Cent re for the Performing Arts. Stardust Ft 11/ies. Song-dance·comedy revue. To May/0 5. Wednesd

Nov 20 Salsa Saturday w/ Ricky Franco. Nov 27 Salsa Saturday w/ Ruben Vazquez. Mezzetta 681 St. Clair Ave. W. 416-658-5687 "Wednesday Concerts in a Cale" Sets at 9:00 and 10: 15 pm. Reservations recommended for first set. Nov 3 Kye Marshall, Dan Ionescu. Nov 10 Michael Occhipinti; Kevin Turcotte. Nov 17 Dave Young, Rob Piltch. Nov 24 Don Thompson, Reg Schwager. Mezzrows 1546 Queen St. W. 416-535-4906 Parkdale neighborhood pub featuring jazz and blues on Saturday afternoons, Sunday evenings and a live jam every other Wednesday. Montreal Bistro 65 Sherbqurne 416·363·0179 Nov 1 Dione Taylor Ouintet. Nov 2-6 Bonnie Brett w/ The Mark Eisenman Trio. Nov 8 Richard Underhill Ouintet. Nov 9-13 Gene DiNovi and Dave Young Duo. Nov 15 Gene Bertoncini Trio. Nov 16-18 Mike Murley Trio and featuring Guido Basso. Nov 19 Mike Murley Trio Nov 22 Lalla Biali Trio. Nov 23-27 Bill Mays Trio. Nov 29 Kira Callahan Trio. Nov 30· Dec 4 John Abercrombie and Don Thompson. N'Awlins Jazz aar and Dining 299 King St. W. 416-595-195B Cajun style cooking and New Orleans style jazz Now Lounge . 1 B9 Church St 1416) 364-1301 Orbit Room 50BA College St. 416-535-0613 Every Fri The Stickmen, Every Sat The Dexters, Every Sun Dave Murphy Band, Every Mon Kevin Breit and the Sisters Euclid, Every Tue School of Roots, Every Wed LMT Connection, Every Thu De la Funk Pilot Tavern 22 Cumberland 416-923-5716 One of Toronto's oldest watering holes, established in 1944 with a tradition of live jazz every Saturday afternoon. Ouigleys 2232 Queen E. 416-699-9998 Reservoir Lounge 52 Wellington 416·955-0B87 Every Mon Bradley and the Bouncers, Every Tues Tyle.r Yarema and his Rhythm, Every Wed Guest Performer Night, Every Thu Janice.Hagen Every Fri Chet Valiant Combo, Every Sat Tony Cassis Rex Jazz and Blues Bar 194 Queen St. W. 416-59B-2475 Mon-Fri 2 shows/evening, Sat, 3 shows/day Sun, 4 shows/day Nov 1 Peter H171 Trio, UofT Student Jazz Ensembles. Nov 2 Don Scott Trio, Classic Rex Jazz Jam. Nov 3 Exitman, Bob Brough Ouarrer. Nov 4 Kevin Ouain, Bob Brough Ouarrer. Nov 5 Melissa Stylianou Trio, Rosemary Galloway & Jane Fair. Nov 6 Ed Vokurka Swing Trio, Blue Room, Jesse Capon's Guitar Trio, From Boston: Phil W17son. Nov 7 Continental Rhythm, Club NOVEMBER 1 - DECEMBER 7 2004 Django, Shannon Butcher, From New York: Rob Mosher Ouarrer. Nov 8 Peter Hill Trio, Uof T Student Jazz Ensembles. Nov 9 Don Scott Trio, Classic Rex Jazz Jam. Nov 10 Exitman, Maureen Kennedy Ouarter. Nov 11 Kevin Ouain, Archie Alleyne & Kol/age. Nov 12 Melissa Stylianou Trio, Archie Alleyne & Kol/age. Nov 13 Ed Vokurka Swing Trio, Bruce Cassidy's Hotfoot Orchestra, Jesse Capon's Guitar Trio, Denny Christianson. Nov 14 Continental Rhythm, Sabrina Trapper, Shannon Butcher, Dementia 5. Nov 15 Peter Hill Trio, UofT. Student Jazz Ensembles. Nov 16 Don Scott Trio, Classic Rex Jazz Jam. Nov 17 Exitman, The Peddlers. Nov 18 Kevin Quain, Dave Young Quintet: The Music of Horace Silver. Nov 19 Melissa Stylianou Trio, Dave Young Ouintet. Nov 20 Ed Vokurka Swing Trio, Swing Shift Big Band, Jesse Capon's Guitar Trio, Brian D'Kane Quinter. Nov 21 Continental Rhythm, Freeway Dixieland Septet, Shannon Butcher, Pat Murray Quartet. Nov 29 Ashley Summers Trio, John Macleod's Rex Hotel Orchestra. Nov 30 Don Scott Trio, Classic Rex Jazz Jam. Safari Bar & Grill 1749 Avenue Rd 416·7B7-65B4 Every Tues: Encore Jazz 8-11 Nov 19 9th Anniversary Tory Cassis Sassafraz 100 Cumberland 416-964-2222 Thu-Sun Washington Savage Sat, Sun !brunch) Roy Patterson Trio Spezzo Ristorante 140 York Blvd Richmond Hill 905-8B6· 9703 Live Jazz every Thursday. Timothy's World Coffee 327 Roncesvalles Ave. 416 588-3715 Top O' the Senator 253 Victoria St. 416-364· 7517 Nov 1 Theresa Tova and Friends. Nov 2-7 Ron Davis Trio & The Shimmering Rhythm Ensemble. Nov 9 - 13 Lew Tabakin Ouartet. Nov 14 Diane Alcorn. Nov 16-21 The Gene Smith Quartet The Trane Club 964 Bathurst St. 416-913-8197 The Tranzac 292 Brunswick Ave. 416·923·B137 Every Mon 9pm· 12 Open Mic w/ Adam Blair, Every Thu 10-1 Mighty Gill (Show jazz originals} Every Fri 5-7 Classic Jazz Matinee w. The Foolish Things Zazou 315 King St. W. Live Jazz every Friday and Saturday. To be included in this Jazz Venue list contact or phone 416-603-3 786. Deadline for specific December and January litings is Nov 18. ANNOUNCEMENTS, LECTURES/SYMPOSIA, MASTERCLASSES, WORKSHOPS, ETCETERA ANNOUNCEMENTS *November 2 2:00: ERGO ProjectslMusic Gallery. Lithuania - Canada Exchange 2004· 05: Open Rehearsal. Attending guest Lithua· nian composers work with ERGO Ensemble musicians on technical & interpretive details of chamber piece in preparation, giving the audience a behind the scenes experience & deeper insight into contemporary music·mak· ing. Music Gallery at St. George the Martyr Church, 197 John. 416-410-1948. Free. *November 3 2:00: ERGO ProjectslMusic Gallery. Lithuania - Canada Exchange 2004· 05: Open Rehearsal. Music Gallery at St. George the Martyr Church, 197 John. 416· 410· 1948. Free. *November 4 2:00: ERGO ProjectslMusic Gallery. Lithuania - Canada Exchange 2004· 05: Open Rehearsal. Music Gallesy at St. George the Martyr Church, 197 John. 416· 410-1948. Free. *November 5 6:00: TSO. Fine Wine Festival Wine Tasting. Wines from over 15 wineries; appetizers; live jazz; raffle. Crush Wine Bar and Restaurant, 455 King St. West. 416-870- 8000. . *November 6 1 Dam: TSO.Fine Wine Aue· tion. Over 270 lots of rare & unique wine from all over the world; guests receive the corn· memorative catalogue, lunch & bidding paddles. Royal Canadian Yacht Club, 141 St. George St. 416-B70-BOOO. . *November 6 8:00: Muki Baum Association. Jazzed. Dancing & live entertainment by Toronto Jazz Orchestra, Dione Taylor, Jenni!· er Valentyne & others; hors d'oeuvres; silent auction & more. York Event Theatre, Yonge & Eglinton.41 E-630-2222. . Proceeds direct· ed towards maintaining programming offered to assist individuals with severe emotional and developmental disabilities. *November 7 2:30: Koffler School of Music. Afternoon of Wine Tasting and Music with Robert Silverman, piano and T any Aspler, international wine connaisseur. Windson Arms Hotel, 1 B St. Thomas St. 416-636-1 BBQ x228. . Proceeds to benefit music educa· tion at the Koffler School of Music. •November 20 7:00: Donna Read & Starhawk. Signs Out Of Time. Gala screening event with live vocalizing & drumming, cele· brating the life·& impact of Lithuanian ar· chaelolgist Marija Gimbutas; commentaries; question & answer. Macleod Auditorium, 1 King's College Circle. 416-944-B 114. *November 21 1:00: MaclEddy Club. Meet· ing of Jeanette MacDonaldlNelson Eddy Club, featuring singers, films, video & TV perform· ances. Recital Hall, Royal Conservatory of Music, 273 Bloor St. West. Erica, 416·638· 0265. conqibution appreciated. Aboriginal Music Awards. 42 artists nomi· nated in 19 categories. Lorne Cardinal & Sheri Maracle, hosts. John Bassett Theatre, Metro Toronto Convention Centre, 255 Front St. West. 416-872-1111. 1advance), 1door). *November 26-28: Canadian Aboriginal Festival and Pow Wow. Showcase of Abo· riginal heritage, culture & enterprise with mu· sic concerts, lacrosse competition, fashion shows, Native storytelling, visual arts & food. SkyDome, 1 Blue Jays Way. 416-872-1111 *November 28 2:00: Toronto All-Star Big Band. Dancing by the lake. Dance to the mu· sic of Benny Goodman, Glenn Miller and the Dorsey Brothers, performed by a live Big Band. Lakeside Terrace, Harbourfront Centre, 250 Queens Quay West. 416-973-4000. . *December 1 12:30: GTA Music EducatorslCoalition for Music Education in Can· ada/Music Industry. lJth Annual Christmas Tuba Festival & Choir Sing-Along. Christmas music arranged by Scott Irvine. Open to students, teachers, private instructors, profes· sionals & anyone else who plays the tuba or likes to sing. Orin Isaacs, Emcee. Nathan Phil· lips Square, 100 Queen St. West. Registra· tion: 416-222-B2B2 x2164. LECTURES/SYMPOSIA *November 2 11am: ERGO ProjectslMusic Gallery. Lithuania - Canada Exchange 2004-05: Meet the Composers & Panel Discussion: lithua· nian Music Today. Guest visiting COIJ1lOsers from Lithuania discuss what is current in Lithuanian conteflllorary music. Canadian Music Centre, 20 St. Joseph. 416-410-1948. Free. •November 4 11 am: ERGO ProjectslMusic Gallery. Lithuania.- Canada Exchange 2004- 05: lectures by Visiting Lithuanian Compos· ers. Canadian Music Centre, 20 St. Joseph. 416-410· 194B. *November 4 6:00: New Adventures in Sound Art. SDUNDplay: Anist Talk. Krisit Allik & Robert Mulder will speak about their installa· tion Skyharp, a virtual instrument designed to analyze and extract dynamic information from a natural environment. ARC 200A, Ryerson Uni· versity, 350 Victoria St. 41B-910-7231. Free. *November 4 8:00: New Adventures in Sound Art. SDUNDplay: Artist Talk. Jean Piche gives examples of visual music & shows how it can be developed outside of narrative and simple metaphor. Charles Street Video, 65 Bellwoods Ave. 416-910-7231. Free. *November 5-7: New Adventures in Sound Art. SDUNOplay: Installations. Sound installations include Ellipsis by Matt Rogalsky, exploring aspects of silence in the media and in musical performance; and Around RadioRo· ad Movies by Chantal Dumas, Christian Calon *November 24-27: Grand Festival of Autum· and Don Sinclair, an interactive computer in· nal Happiness. Jau. Performers include T 1r11 stallation including sound and images collected Posgate, Rob Clutton, John Oswald, Bob Wiseman, Anne Bourne & others. New Work Studio, on a 20,000 KM cross-Canada road trip. Open various times. Latvian House, 491 College St. 319 Spadina Ave. 416·530-06B8. $B,. 416-910-7231. Free. *November 25 6:00: Choir of St. Simonthe-Apostle. Open House. Musical children •November 6 7:30: Gilbert & Sullivan Society of Toronto. Anecdotes by Ori Siegel are invited to participate in the choir for an on the International Gilbert & Sullivan Festival, evening. Refreshments provided. 525 Bloor Buxton England. St. Andrew's United Church, St. East. 416·923-B714 x20B. 117 Bloor St. East. 416-221-4864. Free. •November 26 8:00: 6th Annual Canadian '""' WWW. THEWHOLENOTE.COM 71

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