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Volume 10 Issue 7 - April 2005

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.. JH.!L!ii@fotillill,lt;{llJIM,i. iliiii;h- Ryan Auditorium, Mississauga Central Library, 301 8urnhamthorpe Rd. West. 416·742-6429. $ 201participantl. $ lO(member}, (all others}. WORKSHOPS •April 2 9am-4pm. April 3 1 :30: Toronto Early Music Players' Organization. Workshop with Lucie Laneville, recorder performer. Bring your early instruments and stand; music a.vaila· ble at the door. Lansing United Church. 49 Bo· gert Ave. 416· 778· 7777. . ·April 8 7:30: Recorder Players Society (To· ronto}. For players of C and F instruments. Church of the Transfiguration. 111 Manor Rd. East. 416-536-5750. (CAMMAC members}. (non-members}. •April 14 7:00: Village Square. Community Singing from Around the World. Join leaders Alan Gasser & Becca Whitla in singing spiritual mu· sic in harmony such as North American shap· enote music. Shaker tunes, South African cha· ruses, music from Eastern Europe & other plac· es. Church of the Holy Trinity, 10 Trinity Square. 416-598-4521 x223. $10 suggested donation. •April 17 12:30: Early Childhood Music Association of Ontario. 50 Songs In A Hun· dred Minutes. Workshop with Debbie Carroll for those who work with young children; music & movement activities to use with babies, toddlers, preschoolers & beyond. Rm 113.1, RCM, 90 Croatia. 416-240-8573. . (me111ber}. • April 17 2:00: CAMM AC. Reading of Mozart's Requiem for singers & instrumental· ists. Stephane Potvin. director. Christ Church Deer Park. 1570 Yonge St. 416-421-0779. (non·member). (member}. The Early Childhood Music . Association of Ontario "50 Songs in A Hundred Minutes" a workshop with music educator and recording artist Debbie Carroll Sunday April 17th, 12:30-3:30 pm Info: 416-240·8573 ( ECMA) Royal Conservatory of Music, Room 113, 190 Croatia St. (SW corner of Bloor and Dutferin) Susan PurdyMusiC · Certified In Early Childhood Music, Orff and Kodaly Music and Movement Classes for Babies, Toddlers and Young Children ·April 19 · May 27 Tuesdays 7:15: Miles Nadal JCC/Worlds of Music Toronto. Klezmer Players Workshop. Class for instrumentalists on klezmer style with clarinetist Martin van de Ven. 750 Spadina Ave. 416-924-6211. !JCC members). (non·members}. •April 20 7:30: Toronto Shapenote Singing from Sacred Harp. Beginners welcome. St. Stephen-in-the-Fields, 103 Bellevue Ave. 416· 922· 7997 or pleasancecrawford@rogers.com •April 23 1 :00: Novalis Project. Singing - Breathing with the Cosmos. Workshop with Di· ane Ingraham for singers & non-singers alike, giving participants a gentle. creative entry into the realm of song through exercises developed by Valborg Werbeck-Swardstrm in collabora· tion with Rudolf Steiner. Novalis Hall, Notta· wasaga Village, 7B41 4th Line, Angus. 705· 722· 5408. . •April 23 2:00: Yamaha Canada Music/long & McOuade Musical Instruments. Mads Toll· ing. violist & jazz violinist, will perform & dis· cuss his unique approach to alternative & tradi· tional musical styles. He performs, improvises. arranges & composes for both violin & viola, acoustic & electric instruments. Bloor Street Seminar Room, long & McOuade, 925 Bloor St. West. 416-588· 7886. Free. •April 25 7:30: Toronto Early Music Centre. Vocal Circle. Recreational reading of early choral music. Ability to read music desirable but not essential. 12 Millbrook Cres. Members free, (non·members}. •April 26 8:00: Toronto Folk Singers' Club. An informal group that meets for the purpose of performance & exchange of songs. Tranzac

"How I met my Teacher" personal reflections on a formative relationship compiled and edited by Masha Buell Pianist Christina Petrowska Quilico remembers Rosina Lhevinne when he won the Picrured here wirh composer Ann Southam, pianisr Christina Petrowska Qui/ico FROM THE AGE OF 8 [ was a piano student of Boris Berlin at the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto. By lO I had made my debut with the Conservatory Orchestra in the Haydn piano concerto and had been giving solo recitals. Glenn Gould was the pianist who inspired me intellectually and I was fascinated by his recordings of Alban Berg and Arnold Schoenberg. One of the turning points in my life, however, was hearing Van Cliburn play the Rachmaninoff 3rd and the Tchaikowsky I st piano concertos Tchaikowsky International Competition. New York honoured him with a ticker-tape parade. His performance and the excite­ ·ment surround- ing his win intrigued me and I was determined one day to study with his teacher, the legendary Rosina Lhevinne. Boris Berlin was a wonderful teacher who recognized my love for both contemporary and romantic music. When I was 14 and had completed the ARCT he encouraged me to go to New York and audition for the Juilliard School - Mr. Berlin knew one of the teachers at Juilliard, Irwi"n Freundlich. I auditioned for him and for Juilliard and received a scholarship. I was enrolled at the High School of Performing Arts and began lessons at Juilliard. Mr. Freundlich with his Germanic background was a MARJORIE SPARKS VOICE STUDIO MARJORIC SPARKS, SOPRANO S.MU.S. S. ro. CLASSICAL TECHNIQUE: PRIVATE VOICE LESSONS AT ALL LEVELS INSTRUCTIONS FOR UNIVERSITY AUDITIONS RCM EXAMS, COMPETITIONS AND PROFESSIONAL PERFORM ANCES. FREQUENT STUDIO RECITALS. Studio Locations: 19 Ravine Park Cr., Scarborough 175 St. Clair Ave. W., Toronto Tel: 416-2p-7460 E-mail: mheitshu@sypatico.ca great teacher for Beethoven and Bach. I still longed, however, to work with the great Lhevinne and after 3 years auditioned for her. Mme Lhevinne's studio, close to Juilliard, was imbued with an atmosphere of the Romantic Piano Tradition. There were photographs of all the pianists who worked with her and the great Russian pianists like Rachmaninoff, Horowitz and, of course, (husband) Josef Lhevinne. We called her Madame Lhevinne and she was truly unique. She was a tiny.woman with a thick Russian accent. We were all quite terrified of her. I remember my first lessons with her extremely well. She demanded I learn massive amounts of repertoire, memorized every week. I practised 8 hours or more a day. She took no pity and said it was a handy skill to have. To this day CONTINUES, NEXT PAGE Breathe new life into your voice with a unique and sensible kinesthetic approach lo vocal pedagogy. This is a method which focuses on influencing and improving the CO· ordinative process of the vocal muscles. It brings them into equil· ibrium, thus eliminating muscular interference. Great for Everyone! •All styles •All Levels •Beginners and Children welcome •Excellent for public speakers, actors, etc. Call Pattie Kelly for private lessons at 905-271-6896 0,'AIM YOUR VOICE. Organic and functional vocal training to gain access to your full range, resonance and vocal freedom. For singers, public speakers, teachers, clergy. or if you just want to enjoy using your voice! Sue Crowe Connolly Hamilton Studio - 905-544-1302 Toronto Studio 416-523-1154 .. Gift Certificates Avail I Prepare your Voice for the World Stage For the past 20 years Daniel Eby, Artistic Director of The New School of Classical Vocal Studies (NSCVS), has taught vocal technique in downtown Toronto. Over the years, some amazing voices have. been developed in his vocal studio, and many of them have gone on to fulfilling careers in the operatic world. Prepare your voice to reach World Class potential! Phone: 416-927-9800 or, E-mail NSCVS@yahoo.com www.nscvs.com •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) APRIL 1 - MAY 7 2005 Call (416) 570-6524 or visit us at www.angelfire.com/music6/musicroom WWW. THEWHOLENOTE.COM Robin Howell • Lessons for recorder, baroque oboe, baroque and modem bassoon; ensemble coaching • Bocals for all double reeds, Voicing, Tuning and Restoration • Recorder repair specialist 188 Lansdowne Ave. Toronto, Ontario M6K 2V9 Phone: 416-534-6538 Fax: 1 (530) 463-8524 E-mail: robinhowell@robinhowell.com Website: robinhowell.com

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