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Volume 10 Issue 4 - December 2004

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  • Toronto
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••• ANNO U NCEMENTS, LECTURES SYMPOSIA ••• ElUIERA •Jan 22 10am·12:30 & 2:00·4:30: ACM Glenn Gould Professional School. Brass master class with Mark Gould. trumpet. 273 Bloor St. West. 'PLEASE CAll 416-408·5010 TO CONFIRM ClASS TIMES & LOCATION .• ·Jan 25 2:30: York University Dept. of Mu· sic. French melodies vocal master class w soprano Oonna Brown. Mclaughlin Perlormaoce HalL 4 700 Keele St. 416-736·5186. Free. ·Jan 27 9:30am: York University Dept. of Music. Jazz masterclass w tenor saxophonist Mike Murley. Mclaughlin Performance Hall. 4700 Keele St. 416:736·5186. Free. ·Jan 28 9:30am· 12:00 & 2:00·4:00: ACM Glenn Gould Professional School. Piano mas· ter class with Marc Durand. 273 Bloor St. West. 'PlEASE CALL 416·408·5010 TO CONFIRM CLASS TIMES & LOCATION.· ·Jan 28 lOam· 1:00: ACM Glenn Gould Pro· fessional School. Master class with Opera Atelier's Marshall Pynkoski and Jeamette Zingg. 273 Bloor St. W. 'PLEASE CALL 416·408·5010 TO CONFIRM CLASS TIMES & LDCA TION. • ·Feb 4 9:30am· 12:00, 2:00·4:00 & 5:00· 6:30: ACM Glenn Gould Professional School. Piano master classes w Evelyne Bran· call. 273 Bloor St. W. 'PLEASE CALL 416·408· 5010 TO CONFIRM CLASS TIMES & LOCATION.· ' Feb 4 10am·12:30 & 5:00·7:00: ACM Glenn Gould Professional School. Violin master class with Andres Cardenes. 273 Bloor St. W. 'PLEASE CALL 416·408·5010 TO CONFIRM CLASS TIMES & LOCATION.' •Feb 5: lindsay Concert Foundation. Violin & viola master classes wilh Mark Fewer, Scolt . St. John, Erika Raum & Annalee Palipa· tanakoon. Glenn Crombie Theatre, Fleming College, Lindsay. 705·878·5625. WORKSHOPS 'December 5, 12 & 19: ACM Community School. Orop·in workshops and open rehears· ol/per/ormance by Escoto de Samba de Toran· to. 1 :00: Workshop: Esco/a de Samba I - /11iciantes. (Beginner music le.sson}; 2:30: Au/a de Samba. !Samba Dance Lesson}; Open Re· 35 male voice choir Stoutfville, Ontario Seeks a dynamic leader for position of Music Director • Bachelor of Music or equivalent • 5+ years choral experience • Conducting proficiency Visit us at: Send resume to: Search Commitlee 55 Church Street hearsal: Ensiaro da Bateria (Bateria rehearsal by members of Escola de Samba de Toronto). Concert Hall, Ursula Franklin Academy, 90 Croatia St. 416-408·2824 x321. Workshops pwyc, open rehearsal free. •Dec 5 1:30: Toronto Early Music Players' Organization. Workshop with Scott Paterson. recorder teacher. Bring your early instruments and stand; music available at the door. Lansing Unit· ed Church, 49 Bogert Ave. 416 778·7777. . •Dec 7 7:00: Canadian Music Centre. CMC Professional Reading Proiocr: Chamber ensem· ble works. Esprit Orchestra, cond. Alex Pauk. reads previously unperformed works by Alexi· na Louie and Micheline Ro1. Heliconian Hal 35 Hazelton Ave. 416·961·6601 x207. Free. ·oec 1 O 7:30: Recorder Players Society IT oronto). Christmas Workshop. For players of C and F instruments. Church of the Transfiguration, 1 11 Manor Rd. East. 416·536·5750. S4fCAMMAC members}, (non·membersl. •Dec 12 1 :00: RCM Community School. Arts for AH Sundays: African Owmrning. Work· shop with master dnmner Kwasi O unyo. 273 Bloor St. W. 416·408·2824 x343. Free. •Dec 12 2:00: CAM MAC. Reading of Han· del"s Water Music for instrumentalists. led by Jeanne lamon. Christ Church Deer Park. 157.0 Yonge. 416·421·0779. (non·memberl. $ 3(member). ·Dec 14 8:00: Miles Nadal JCC. Open Kiel· mer Jam. For instrumentafists. Led by clarinet· ist Martin van de Ven. Al Green Theatre, 750 Spadina Ave. 4 l 6·924·6211. $10 (pre·regis· tration advised). •Dec 15 7:30: Toronto Shapenote Singing the·Fields, 365 College St. 416·922·7997. •Jan 7 7:30: Recorder Players Society (Toronto}. For players of C and F instwments. Church of the Transfiguration, 111 Manor Rd. East. 416'536·5750. (CAMMAC mem· hers), S6fnon·members}. ·Jan 9 1:30: Toronto Early Music Players' Organization. Workshop wilh John Abberger, baroque oboist. Bring your early instruments and stand; music available at 1he door. Lansing Unit· ed Church. 49 Bogert Ave. 416·778·7777. . •Jan 9 time tba: CMC. CMC Professional Reading Pro1ec1: Works for Piano/sl and Elec· Ironies. Cecile Desrosiers and Cristobel Pinto read previously unperformed works by Christ· ien Ledroit in a public workshop setting. Con· vocation Hall, McMaster University, Hamilton. 416·961·6601 x207. Free. •Jan 10 1:30: York University Dept. of Music. Yoga workshop for musicians, direct· •Jan 23 3:00: Royal Canadian College of Organists. Handbell workshop w Randy Mills, organist of Trinity College School. Followin g demonstration, audience will have an opportu· nitV to try out ihe4·octave set of Malmark hand· bells. Choir room. Trinity College School. Ward Street, Port Hope. 905·355·3116, northumber· landorganmusic @yahoo.ea Freewill donation. •Jan 27 7:00: Village Square. Community Singing from Around the World. Join leaders Alan Gas5er, Becca Whitla and guests singing spnitual music in harrrony from aroood the world, including NorthAllll!lican shapenote n11s1c, Shak· er tunes, South African choruses, rrusic from Eastern Europe & more. 10 Trinity Square. 416· 598·4521 x223. $ l 0 suggested donation. •Jan 28 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 mem· ed by Anna Gormley. Mclaughlin Performance hers}. (non·members). Hall, 4700 Keele St. 416· 736·5186. Free. •Jan 30 2:00: CAMMAC. Reading of works ·Jan 13 9:30am: York University Dept. of for wind orchestra. Led by Ke it h Reid. Christ Music. Jazz vocal workshop with Bonnie Church Deer Park, 1570 Yonge. 416-421· Brett. Mclaughlan Performance Hall. 4700 Keele St. 416· 736·5186. Free. ·Jan 15 1Oam·12 noon, 1 :00·3:00: CAM· MAC. Celtic harp workshop with Sharlene Wallace. Lansing United Church, 49 Boger1 Ave. 416·421 ·0779. •Jan 16 2:00: CAMMAC. Reading for sing· ers & instrumentalists of Bach's Cantata 131 & Pergolesi' s Magnificat. led by Mervin Fick. Christ Church Deer Park, 1570 Yonge. 416· 421·0779. S5!non·member), S3!member). ·Jan 19 7:30: Toronto Shapenote Singing from Sacred Harp. Third Wednesday of eve· ry month. Beginners welcome. St. Stephen·in· from Sacred Harp. Thitd Wednesday of every month. Beginners we.lcome. St. Stephen·in· the·fields, 365 College St. 416·922·7997. HOLD YOUR . NEXT RECITA - J I. Stoutrville, Onl 1 ;t 111,,k.t L4A I E3 hcliconian ball A beautiful restored Ca:(penter's Gothic board and batten church bajlding in the heart.ofYorkville can be rented at reasonablt rates for 1,!lusical event$. Steinway Grand piano in

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Good condition. Maker's current price 65 US. Asking SSOOO Cana· dion. Information, piclures or lriol. call or e-mail Peler (905-469-9770.}. HAVE YOU EVER WANTED TO SING, thought you wouldn't or couldn't, or do you just wont a place la ploy with the possibilities ol your voice. Small groups. 6 • . Johanne, 416-461-8425. MUSIC FOR ALL OCCASIONS! Small ensern· hies. Dance Bond, Big Band; Cocktail Hour. Dinner music, Concerts. Shows; Classical. Contemporary, Dixieland, Traditional and Smooth Jazz! JSL Musical Productions 905· 276-3373 The PERFORMING EDGE Performance enhancement training in lension management. concentration, goal selling, imagery. lndivid· uolized to meet your performance situolion. Kole f'. Hays, praclising clinical and perform· ing arls psychoJogy. 416-961-0487. PIANIST, ACCOMPANIST, OPERATIC VOCAL COACH wilh Italian music educa· lion available for concerts, exams, lessons, gigs. Adolfo De Sanlis, 416-499-4416 or PIANO AND THEORY LESSONS taught by experienced and qualified teacher (ARCT, B. Mus). .00/hour, oil ages/levels welcome. Call Govan, 416-922-6014. PIANOS FOR SALE. Pre-owned Yamaha, Kawoi & others. Top condition, reasonably priced, free delivery, tuning, warranly. Affordable lunlng/repair. Victor Marlin, cert. piano lechnician/pianisl. Bus: 416- 877-6021, 416-265-0381. Open dally 10om-4pm. RIVERDALE STAGE BAND. a fun, semi seri ous bunch of guys and gafs need. a trumpet and trombone player. Greal tunes and director (inlermediate level). Mike 416-804-516lc, 416·699-6888h. SIMONE TUCCI PIANO TUNER-TECHNI­ CIAN - Complete Piano Care Service. Al· filialed with The Royal Conservalory of Music piano service staff. Registered with O.G.P.T. Servicing Toronto and GTA areas. 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