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Volume 10 Issue 6 - March 2005

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Jazz at Oscars Arbor

Jazz at Oscars Arbor Room, Hart House, University of To· ronto , Mar 4 Engineering Skule Band, Mar 11 Faculty of Music 11 O'Clock Band. Mar 18 Faculty of Music 10 O'Clock Band. Apr. 1 Haft HouseJau Singers le Saint Tropez 315 King St W. 416-591-3600 live music, 7 days a week. Lula lounge 1585 Dundas West. www.lula.ca Mar 3-5 Adaberto Alvarez Y Su Son. Mar 7 Charlotte Moore CO launch, Mar 11 Salsa Fnday w/ Cache, Mar 12 Salsa Sat· urday w/ Proyecto Charanguero, Mar 14 Musica Eterna, Mar 18 Salsa Friday w/ Cale Cubano, Mar 19 Salsa Saturday w/ Cache. Mar 25 Salsa Satruday w/ Ruben Vazquez. Mezzetta 681 St. Clair Ave. W. 416-658-5687 "Wednesday Concerts in a Cate" Sets at 9:00 and 10: 15pm. Reservations recommended for first set. Mar 2 Yiddish Sw1ngtet with Tony Ouamngton. Mar 9 Kye Marshall, Oamel Ionescu. Mar 16 JAZZ: CLUBS, CONTINUED Bnan Katz. Mar 23 Thomas Handy, George Koller. Mar 30 Oavid Young, Roh Piltch. 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. Michelle's Brasserie 162 Cumberland St 416-944-1504 www.labrasserie.ca Montreal Bistro 65 Sherbourne 416-363-0179 www.montrealbistro.com Mar 1, 2 Oave Young Ouintet, Mar 3.5 Kenny Barron. Mar 8 Barry Elmes Ouintet, Mar 14 Eduardo Lis Ouartet, Mar 14 Edu· ardo Lis Ouartet, Mar 15 Norman Marshall Villeneuve Sextet, Mar 16 "Aurora" Record launch: Oavid Clayto11· Thomas and the Ooug Riley Ouartet, Mar 17-19 Oenny Christianson Ouintet, Mar 21 Bruce Cassi· dy's Hotfoot Orchestra, Mar 22-23 Oavid Occhipinti Ouartet, Mar 24-26 (open good Friday) Ian Bargh Trio. N' Awl ins Jazz Bar and Dining 299 King St. W. 416-595-1958 Cajun style cooking and New Orleans style jazz Orbit Room 50BA College St. 416-535-0613 Every Fri The Stickme11, Every Sat The Oexters, Every Sun Oave Murphy Band. Every Mon Kevi11 Breit and the Sisters Euclid, Every Tue School of Roots, Every Wed LMT Connection, Every Thu De la Funk Pilot Tavern 22 Cumberland 416-923-5 716 One of Toronto's oldest watering holes, established in 1944 with a tradition of live jazz every Saturday afternoon. Reservoir lounge 52 Wellington 416-955-0887 www.reservoirlounge.com Every Mon Bradley and the Bouncers, Eve· ry Tues Tyler Yarema and his Rhythm, Every Wed Guest Performer Night, Every Thu Janice Hagen Every Fri Chet Valiant Combo, Every Sat Tony Cassis Revival 783 College Street 416 535-7888 www.revivalbar.com Every Sun: Passion for Jau; brunch with Julie Michels, noon-4pm Rex Jazz and Blues Bar 194 Queen St. W. 416-598-2475 www.jazzintoronto.com Sun-Fri 2 shows/evening, Sat. 3 shows/day Mar 1 Richard Whiteman Trio, Classic Rex Jau Jam. Mar 2 Exitman, Matt B/ostein Ouarte/. Mar 3 Kevin Ouain, Frank Lozano with Jim lewis Ouintet. Mar 4 Holly Clark Trio, Frank Lozano with Jim lewis Ouintet. Mar 5 Ed Vokurka Swing Trio, N. O.J.O Big Band. David Buchbinder Group, Julie Ma· hendran 4. Mar 6 Uo!T Jau Workshop, Upper Canada Big Band, Swing Rosie, Greg DeDenus Ouartet. Mar 7 Jake Wilkinson Trio, Uo!T Student Jau Ensembles. Mar 8 Richard Whiteman Trio, Classic Rex Jazz Jam. Mar 9 Jake Langley Trio, Brian Chahl· ey Ouartet. Mar 10 Kevin Ouain, Donny McCasli11 Trio. Mar 11 Sara Dell Trio, Rosemary Galloway/Jane Fair 5. Mar 12 Ed Vokurka Swing Trio, David Buchbinder· Group, Richard Underhill 5. Mar 13 Uo!T Jau Workshop, Les Singes Bleus, Swing Rosie, Steve Cole's 25 Strings. Mar 14 Jake Wilkinson Trio, UofT Student Jazz Ensembles. Mar 22 Richard Whiteman Trio, Classic Rex Jazz Jam. Mar 15 Richard Whiteman Trio, Classic Rex Jazz Jam. Mar 16 Exitman, Rob Mosher Duarte/. Mar 17 Kevin Oua1n, Rez Abbasi DU1ntet. Mar 18 Sara Dell Trio, Rez Abbasi Duintet. Mar 19 Wesleyan Student Big Band. Jerome God· boo and David Rotundo, David Buchbinder Group, Steve K oven Ouarte/. Mar 20 UofT Jazz Workshop, Club Django, Swing Rosie, "Deborah". Mar 23 Exitman, Ryan Oliver Ouartet. Mar 24 Kevin Ouain, N.M. V. 's Jau Trio, Toronto Jau Orchestra. Mar 25 Amanda Martinez, Alistair Kay's World of Trombones. Mar 26 Ed Vokurka Swing Trio, Laura Hubert Band, David Buchbinder group, Laila Biali Octet. Mar 27 Uo!T Jazz Workshop, Freeway Dixieland, Swing Rosie, Oenese Mathews 5. Mar 25 Jake Wilkin· son Trio, Humber College Student Jau En· sembles: Alex Dean Jazz Workshop, Pat laBarhera Mainstream Jau Ensemble. Mar 29 Richard Whiteman Trio, Classic Rex Jazz Jam, Humber Student Ensembles: Hi· !aria Duran la tin Jau, Rick Lazar la tin Jau. Mar 30 Andrew Moyes, Lina A/le· mano Four. Mar 31 Kevin Ouain, Gary Wil· liamson Trio. Safari Bar & Grill 1749 Avenue Rd 416-787-6584 Every Tues: Encore Jazz B· 11 Sassafraz 100 Cumberland 416-964-2222 Thu-Sun Washington Savage Sat, Sun (brunch) Roy Pallerson Trio Spezzo Ristorante 140 York Blvd Richmond Hill 905-886· 9703 live Jazz every Thursday. Top O' the Senator 253 Victoria St. 416-364· 7517 www.jazzintoronto.com Mar 1-6 David Braid Sextet, Mar 7 Gear· gia's On Our Mind. Mar 8-13 The Artie Roth Ouintet. Mar 17-20 Carole Themn Duarte/. Mar 22· 24 Ken Fornetran/ Thyron lee Whyte Ouintet. Mar 25-27 Melissa Stylianou. Mar 29-31 Mike Murley Septet. The Trane Club 964 Bathurst St. 416-913-8197 The Tranzac 292 Brunswick Ave. 416-923-8137 Mar 12 Nick Fraser Duin/et. Zazou 315KingSt.W. live Jazz every Friday and Saturday. NEW MUSIC QUICK PICKS continued from page 26 NN 7:30: Les AMIS Concerts. Terence Wed Mar 30 Tam, viohn and Lorraine Min, piano. NNN 8:00: Evergreen Club Contemporary NNN 8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Fireworks & Flourish. GamelanlEnsemble contemporain de Mon· Thu Mar 31 treal. NNN 12:10: New Music Concerts/LI of T Mon Mar 14 Faculty of Music. Heinz Holliger & University NN 7:00: Alchemy. An Hour of Chamber Music. NN B:OD: Toronto Brass Ensemble. Brass Tracks: Meet the Symphonic Brass Choir. of Toronto Contemporary Music Ensemble. NN B:OD: Music Toronto. Contemporary Classics: Denise Djokic, cello; David Jalbert, piano. Tue Mar 15 NNN 8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. NNN 12:30: York University Department Fireworks & Flourish of Music. Genius of the Baritone Saxophone. Sat Apr 02 NN 8:00: Music Toronto.Arthur Ozolins, NN 8:00: Mississauga Symphony Orches· piano. Wed Mar 16 NI 12:30: York University Department of Music. Ebony and Ivory: Casey Sokol NN 2:30: Alchemy. An Hour of Chamber Music. Thu Mar 17 N 12:00 noon: Music Around Us. Young Artist Series - Winston Choi, piano. NI 7:30: York University Department of Music. lmprov Soiree: Fleetings NNN 8:00: CONTACT Contemporary Mu· sic/Music Gallery. Rain Dusting: The Music of Marci Rabe. Fri Mar 18 NI 8:00: Paul Dutton. Oralizations CD Re· lease C oncer/. NN 8:00: University of Toronto Faculty of Music. Faculty Artist Series: Shauna Rolston, cello; Lydia Wong, piano Sat Mar 19 NNN 8:00: Canadian Music Centre. Profes· sional Readings Series: Arraymusic Reading Session. Sun Mar 20 NNN 2:00: U of T Faculty of Music. Stu· dent Composers' C oncer!. NNN 7:30: Ensemble Noir. African Alchemies. NNN 8:00: Earshot Concerts. Pell Mell - Trombonist David Pell in Concert. Wed Mar 23 NNN 7:30: Proteus World Music. Spiritual Kaleidoscope. NN 7:30: Soinninkajo Vocal Ensemble of Finland. NNN 8:00: University of Toronto Faculty of Music. Contemporary Music Ensemble. Thu Mar 24 NNN 12:10: University of Toronto Faculty of Music. Music & Poetry. Fri Mar 25 NI 8:00: CCMC and MAZINANl/VORVIS. Tue Mar 29 NNN 12:30: York University Department of Music. Student Composers in Concert. NNN 8:00: New Music Concerts/LI of T Faculty of Music. An Evening With Heinz Holliger. 60 -·- WWW, THEWHOLENOTE.COM NN B:OD: OnStage. Six-String Serenade. tra. NNN 8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Four By Four. NN B:DO: Univenrity of Toronto Faculty of Music. Wind Ensemble; Alain Trudel, conduc· tor; Lydia Wong, piano. Mon Apr 04 NN 8:00: WholeNote Magazine. Nine Mon· days Salon: DISCOVER/ES. Wed Apr 06 NNN 12:30: Music Gallery Institute. Mela· nie Troia, piano: New Works by Alessandra de Crescenzo. NNN 8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Modern Masterpieces Thu Apr 07 NNN 12: 10: University of Toronto Faculty of Music. Erika Raum, violin; Lydia Wo11g, piano. NNN 8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Modern Masterpieces. Beyond the GTA (in this issue: Angus, Barrie, Guelph, Ham· ilton, Kingston, Kitchener) Tue Mar01 NNINI 12:30: McMaster School of the Arts. lunchtime Concert: The Orchid Ensem· ble. Sat Mar 05 NN 7:30: King Edward Choir. A Plea for Peace. NNN 8:00: Canadian Music Centre. New Music in New Places: Electronic Zen Garden. Sun Mar 06 NN 3:00: McMaster Chamber Orchestra. Fri Mar 18 NNN 8:00: Tapestry New Opera Works/ Oueen's University Drama Department. Shelter. Thu Mar 24 NN 7:30: Soinninkajo Vocal Ensemble of Finland. Fri Mar 25 NN B:OD: Kitchener Waterloo Philharmon· ic Choir. Hatzis: Sepulcher of life; Brahms: Ein Deutsches Requiem Fri Apr 01 NN 8:00: University of Guelph Choirs. Carmina Burana. MARCH 1 - ArIL 7 2005

SUMMER Music EoucATION continued from page 41 SUMMER MUSIC FESTIVAL - SUZUKI KINGSTON Phone: 613-542-1486 Fax: 613-542-7550 mtm@kingston.net www.morethanmusic.com Contact: Anne Vincent Location: Queen's Universiry, Kingston ON Application deadline: June 30 Oates: S1ude111s: Session l: July 4- 8; Session 2: July 11-15 (srrings, flute not offered); Teachers: Session I: July 2-10 (EVERY CHILD CAN: July 2nd); Session 2: July 11-15 Room block bookings at various hotels, and dorm rooms available at Queen's University Ages: all Level: all Various programs offered; request program brochure or visit website. SUMMER OPERA LYRIC THEATRE Phone: 416-922-2912 Fax: 416-922-5935 admin@solt.ca www.solt.ca Contact: Guillermo Silva-Marin, General Director or Jeff Chow Location: Rehearsals, masterclasses at the Edward Jackman Centre, 947 Queen St. East and performances are at the Robert Gill Theatre, Universicy of Toronto, 214 College Street, Toronto Application deadline: June 3 Program dates: June 12-Aug. 7 Ages: 16 and over Level: Participants should be technically advanced enough to sing opera repertoire in staged performances. Master classes, lectures, and workshops. Workshops will lead up to performances of The Magic Flute by W. A. Mozart; Mignon by Ambroise Thomas; I/ Mondo della Luna by Joseph Haydn. TAFELMUSIK BAROQUE SUMMER INSTITUTE Phone:416-964-9562 Fax: 416-64-2782 info@tafelmusik.org www.tafelmusik.org Contact: Katherine Carleton, Administrative Coordinator Location: Faculty of Music, University of Toronto Application deadline: March 24 Audition dates: April 2, (singers); none required for instrumentalists Program dates: June 1-14 Level: Professional, Pre­ Professional, Advanced Students Masterclasses, orchestra and choir rehearsals, chamber ensemble rehearsals, private lessons, opera and dance workshops, continua classes, faculty concerts, participant concerts, concerts by the Tafelmusik Baroque Orchescra and Chamber Choir, leccures, conductor/ direccor programme.· THORNHILL CHAMBER MUSIC INSTITUTE Phone: 905-764-1924 Phone first to fax to same numb!lr info@tcmi.ca www.tcmi.ca Contact: Gretchen Anner Location: Toronto Waldorf School, 9100 Bathursc St., Thornhill Application deadline:' .June 15; afterward as space permits Audition dates: audicion for placement by appointment when necessary Program dates: July 11-22 Non-resident, day-program with some billeting available Ages: 8-17; apprentice program 18-24 Level: beginning through advanced -individualized programs for all students! Daily sports, morning stretches for musicians, composing, all instruments, choral, fiddling, large and small ensembles, student and faculty performances, beautiful natural setting, non-competitive, family-style environmenc, professional faculty, excellent student to teacher ratio. THUNDER BAY SUZUKI MUSIC CAMP Phone: Marjorie Peel 807-683-6811 Larry Kamo 807-683-6651 Fax: 807-683-6811 marjantony@tbaytel.net or slps@tbaytel.net Contacts: see above Location: Lakehead University, Thunder Bay, ON Application deadline: Late registration fee after July 1 Oates: August 23-27 CONTINUED PAGE 62 Study with an internationally acclaimed faculty. CHAMBER MUSIC ENSEMBLES FOR PIANO AND STRINGS . Monday, August 8 - Sunday, August 14, 2005 Open to Advanced Students - string players and pianists 16 to 25 years of age with previous chamber music experience, and Experienced Amateur Musicians - adult amateurs with previous chamber music experience •Intimate and highly focused week of study with limited enrolment • Selected repertoire for piano and strings • Performance opportunities • Faculty includes: Gryphon Trio (Jamie Parker-piano, Roman Borys-cello, Annalee Patipatanakoon-violin)/ Shauna Rolston-cello/ Scott St. John-violin & viola/ Lydia Wong-piano Application deadline: April 30, 2005. For information visit the website: www.silvercreeksummermusic.com Email: info@silvercreeksummermustCcom In partnership with the University r, of Tor onto f acuity of Music !-=ACUITY efMUSIC • l VSIVUSllY UFTOkONTU Yajelmusih Baroque Summer IJUtitute at the Faculty of Music I University of Toronto Jeanne Lamon I Music Director lvars Taurins I Director. Chamber Choir APPLY Now - T•l•lm'"' HSBC ID BuoqueSummtf . . 1ns1i1u1e Sponsor June 1-14, 2005 HSllC Secunues ll\lt·-...·.11rth•··(t.111 ... l.1)hh ENROLMENT IS LIMITED! visit www.tafelmusik.org for applications and full details fOR ADVANCED STUDENTS, PRE-PROFESSIONAL AND PROFESSIONAL MUSICIANS. An intensive 14-day residency in baroque period performance with a focus on orchestral and choral performance. Classes offered in voice, flute, oboe, bassoon, trumpet, harpsichord, lute, violin, viola, cello, bass, and viola d'amore. A programme for conductors and directors is also offered. 416-964-9562 I info@tafelmusik.org Application Deadline: March 24, 2005 MARCH 1 - Arm 7 2005 WWW. THEWHOLENOTE.COM 61

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