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Volume 10 Issue 8 - May 2005

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CATEGORIES OF CHOIRS,

CATEGORIES OF CHOIRS, continued SACRED Music & CHURCH Anno Domini Chamber Singers Blessed Trinity Choir Bloor Street Gospel Chorus Choirs of the Church of St. Mary Magdalene Christ Church Deer Park Grace Church on-the-Hill Choirs Humber Valley United Church Inter-Mennonite Children's Choir Lachlan Jewish Chamber Choir Leaside United Church Choir Menna Singers Metropolitan United Church Choir & Festival Choir Ontario Presbyterian Chorus Oxford Churchmusic Sacred Music Society St. Andrew's Anglican Church Choir St. Anne's Anglican Church Choir St. Clement's Anglican Church Choirs St. James' Cathedral Choirs St. Marys Children's Choir St. Michael's Choir School St. Simon-the-Apostle Choir Toronto Swedish Singers University of Toronto Gospel Choir University of Waterloo Choirs Vocal Point Chamber Choir LARGE ADULT - OVER 100 VOICES Amadeus Choir Chorus Niagara Fanshawe Chorus London/ Gerald Fagan Singers Hart House Singers Kitchener Waterloo Philharmonic Choir Open Voices Community Choir Sacred Music Society St. James' Cathedral Choirs Toronto Choral Society Community Choir Toronto Choristers Toronto Classical Singers Toronto Mendelssohn Choir PROFESSIONAL AND SEMI­ PROFESSIONAL Alexander Singers and Players Amadeus Choir Arcady Canadian Singers Christ Church Deer Park Elmer lseler Singers Elora Festival Singers Exultate Chamber Singers Healey Willan Singers Leaside United Church Choir Mississauga Choral Society Nathaniel Dett Chorale Palestrina Chamber Chorus St. James' Cathedral Choirs Tafelmusik Chamber Choir Tallis Choir Toronto Mendelssohn Choir Vocal Point Chamber Choir CHAMBER - 25 VOICES OR UNDER Anno Domini Chamber Singers Canadian Singers Counterpoint Chorale Darbazi Elmer lseler Singers Elora Festival Singers Exultate Chamber Singers Georgetown Bach Chorale Hamilton Chamber Choir Kammermusik Toronto Kitchener Waterloo Philharmonic Choir Mississauga Festival Youth Choir Nathaniel Dett Chorale North 44° Ensemble Onoscatopoeia-The Hart House Jazz Choir Pentbelia Singers St. Andrew's Anglican Church Choir St. Anne's Anglican Church Choir Studio Sixteen Toronto Camerata Voices WORLD, JAZZ AND FOLK Lachlan Jewish Chamber Choir Les Voix du Coeur Mississauga Festival Youth Choir MNJCC Women's Chorus MNJCC Community Choir Nathaniel Dett Chorale Onoscatopoeia-The Hart House Jazz Choir Open Voices Community Choir Shevchenko Choir Toronto Jewish Folk Choir Toronto Swedish Singers Toronto Welsh Male Voice Choir Vesnivka Choir COMMUNITIES OF INTEREST Caribbean Chorale of Toronto Darbazi Forte-The Toronto Men's Chorus Irish Choral Society of Canada Komitas Choir Lachlan Jewish Chamber Choir Les Voix du Cqeur Nathaniel Dett Chorale Oxford Churchmusic Rainbow Chorus Rainbow Voices of Toronto Shevchenko Choir Toronto Choristers Toronto Jewish Folk Choir Toronto Police Association Male Chorus Toronto Swedish Singers Toronto Welsh Male Voice Choir Vesnivka Choir 705 AREA CODE Cellar Singers Jubilee Chorale King Edward Choir Oro Medonte Children's and Youth Choirs Peterborough Children's Chorus Peterborough Singers Serenata Choir Sound Investment Community Choir Vox Huronia 905 AREA CODE - WEST/SOUTH Bach Elgar Choir of Hamilton Brampton Festival Singers Burlington Civic Chorale Canadian Orpheus Male Choir Centenary Choir of Hamilton Chorus Niagara Georgetown Bach Chorale Hamilton Chamber Choir Hamilton Harbourtown Sound Harlequin Singers Milton Choristers Mississauga Children's Choir Mississauga Choral Society Mississauga Festival Youth Choir Oakville Children's Choir Oakville Choral Society Peel Choral Society Tempus Choral Society 519 AREA CODE Achill Choral Society Amabile Choirs of London Arcady Brantford Children's Chorus Elora Festival Singers Fanshawe Chorus London I Gerald Fagan Singers Georgian Bay Children's Choir Inter-Mennonite Children's Choir Kitchener Waterloo Philharmonic Choir Menna Singers Owen Sound Children's Chorus Rainbow Chorus Renaissance Singers Schneider Male Chorus St. Marys Children's Choir University of Waterloo Choirs Wayne Gilpin Singers Windsor Classic Chorale 613 AREA CODE Cantabile Choirs of Kingston Ontario Youth Choir Open Voices Community Choir UNIVERSITY Hart House Chorus Hart House Singers Onoscatopoeia-The Hart House Jazz Choir University of Toronto at Scarborough Concert Choir University of Toronto Gospel Choir University of Waterloo Choirs Victoria College Choir Bloor Street Gospel Chorus Caribbean Chorale of Toronto Common Thread Community Chorus of Toronto Coro San Marco Counterpoint Chorale Darbazi East York Choir Echo Women's Choir Hamilton Harbourtown Sound Irish Choral Society of Canada Jubilate Singers Komitas Choir 905 AREA CODE - EAST County Town Singers Durham Community Choir Monday Morning Singers 905 AREA CODE - NORTH Cantabile Chorale of York Region Komitas Choir Tapestry Chamber Choir Upper Canada Children's Chorus Uxbridge Chamber Choir Village Voices UNARY PAGES WWW. THEWHOLENOTE.COM MAY 2005

WE ARE ALL Music's CHILDREN BY MASHA BUELL May's Child "Don't let nobody steal your joy. " Identify this uplifting member of our music community who "always has dice or cards on her" (photo: December 1957) for a chance to win tickets or a recording. Think you might know who it is? Send your best guess to musicschildren@thewholenote.com. (Winners by random draw among entries received by May 15 2005.) April's Child .... was John Tuttle John Tuttle, conductor, founded the Exultate Chamber Singers in 1981 to provide a group of graduating university singers with high standards the opportunity to continue performing choral music. He continues to share this dedication with the current members of Exultate as they prepare .to celebrate their 251h anniversary concert season including the launch of a new -CD and an exciting anniversary gala. In addition, as organist and choirmaster of St. Thomas's Church, conductor of the Hart House Chorus, adjunct associate professor of organ at the Faculty of Music, U of T and organist to the U of T, John is known and loved for uncompromising musicianship and droll humour. In 2000, "Mr. Tuttle" retired as music director of the Canadian Children's Opera Chorus after) 5 years of inspiring young singers to be "people who make things happen", to love only their own very best musical efforts, and to turn off all beeping wristwatches. The Exultate Chamber Singers final season concert is Friday, April 29. They also give a free noon hour concert at Roy Thomson Hall May 30, John Tuttle conductor and organ (info 416-971-9229 or exultate@on.aibn.com). John's other commitments include a Gala Concert celebrating the work and life of Alexander McCurdy (his teacher) at Princeton University Chapel in May. And Our Winners ... "John Tuttle, of course. Just look at the mouth" Adeodata Czink and a guest will be the guests of the Exultate Chamber Singers at the September concert of their upcoming 25th anniversary season, and receive a copy of their brand-new CD. " .. I was pulled back in time to my years in the Canadian Children's Opera Chorus, which brought a smile to my face ... " Emese Zaduban and a guest will also attend the September concert. " .. .Just put a beard on the boy!" Anne Massicotte will also receive Exultate's new CD. Congratulations Adeodata, Emese, and Ann! Readers beware! Our music community does. not consist only of performing musicians! Watch this column for conductors, composers, instrument makers and more! Know someone whose photograph should appear in this space? Send your suggestions to musicschildren@thewholenote. corn. INDEX OF ADVERTISERS AARON BROCK 42, 58 HELICONIAN HALL 58 SHORELEAVES 72 ACROBAT Music 67 HIGH PARK CHOIRS 20 SILVER CREEK ALEXANDER KATS 57 I FURIOSI BAROQUE ENSEMBLE 45 CHAMBER PLAYERS 44 ALEXANDER SINGERS & PLAYERS 32 INTERNATIONAL BACH FESTIVAL 12 SINFONIA TORONTO 11, 38 ALL THE KING'S VOICES 20 JAY BLAIR 59 SIRIUS THEATRICAL COMPANY 58 AMADEUS CHOIR 20, 47, 56 JUBILATE SINGERS 22 SN TouR1SME CuLTUREL 19 ANALEKTA 15 KAMMERMUSIK 22 SONGBIRD STUDIOS 58 ANDREW AGER /FRANKENSTEIN 40 KARL MACHAT 63 SouNo PosT 19 ARMENIOUS VIOLINS 28 KATARINA BULAT 59 SouNOSTREAMS CANADA 6, 7 ARRAYMUSIC 25 L1sTME.CA 24 SRI CANADA 4 ASSOCIATES OF THE TSO 40 LOCKRIDGE H1F1 73 STUDIO 92 67 ATMA CLASSIOUE 73 LONG & McOuAOE 28 STUDIO SIXTEEN 45 BACH CHILDREN'S CHORUS 42 MARJORIE SPARKS Sue CROWE CONNOLLY 57 BACH CONSORT 41 VOICE STUDIO 58 SUSAN PURDY Music 57 BACH ELGAR CHOIR 53 MARKHAM THEATRE 3 T ALISKER ORCHESTRA 21 BAY BLOOR RADIO 76 MIKROKOSMOS 63 TALISKER PLAYERS 49 Bos BROUGH OuARTET 30 MISSISSAUGA SYMPHONY TALLIS CHOIR 43 BRAMPTON CONCERT BANO 42 ORCHESTRA 38 TAPESTRY NEW OPERA 23 CANAOIAN CHILOREN's Music GALLERY 27 ToREAOOR Music 63 OPERA CHORUS 32 Music ON THE Hill 44 TORONTO ALt·STAR BIG BANO 50 CANAOIAN Music CENTRE 2 Music RooM 57 foRONTO CENTRE FOR THE ARTS 16 CANCtONE 67 Music ToRONTO 9 TORONTO CHILDREN'S CHORUS CARIBBEAN CHORALE 38 MUSI CA FRANCA 52 21,39,48 CATHEORAl BLUFFS MuzNT PRODUCTIONS 42 TORONTO JEWISH FOLK CHOIR 50 SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 46 NATHANIEL Dm CHORALE 49 TORONTO MENDELSSOHN CBC RECORDS 68 NAXOS 61, 69 YOUTH CHOIR 21 CENTENARY UNITED CHURCH 53 New Music CONCERTS 25,36.46 TORONTO OPERA REPERTOIRE 33 CHRIST CHURCH DEER PARK New SCHOOL Of CLASSICAL TORONTO ORGAN CLUB 49 JAZZ VESPERS 30 VOCAL STUDIES 58 TORONTO SENIOR STRINGS 41 CHRYLARK ARTS ANO Music 36 NIAGARA'S BEST TORONTO S1NFONIETTA 46 CIRRUS ENSEMBLE 40 SMOOTH JAZZ FESTIVAL 29 TORONTO SYMPHONY 74, 75 CosMo Music 29 No STRINGS TORONTO WELSH COUNTERPOINT COMMUNITY THEATRE PROOUCTIONS 57 MALE VOICE CHOIR 37 ORCHESTRA 50 OPERA ONTARIO 8 TRUE NORTH BRASS 65 DAVE SNIDER Music CENTRE 19 ORCHESTRA TORONTO 47 UNIVERSAL Music 71 DEER PARK CONCERTS 39 ORPHEUS CHOIR 22, 43 VICTOR TOGNI MEMORIAL DR. SARAH MICKElER, PAST PERFECT 50 CONCERT 46 CHIROPRACTOR 59 PATTIE KELLY 57 VILLAGE VOICES 42 Duo CONCERTANTE 39 PENTHELIA SINGERS 44 VINTAGE STEINWAY GALLERY 17 ELMER ISELER SINGERS 37 PETER MAHON 22 V1vA Voce Voice STU010 22 ESPRIT ORCHESTRA 8 PHILIP l. DAVIS, LUTHIER 18 VIVA! YOUTH SINGERS Eve EGOYAN 41 RENAISSANCE SINGERS 53 OF TORONTO 22 FRIDAYS AT EIGHT 38 RICHARO TAVERNER 58 Vox CuRA 59· GEORGE HEINL 19 RICHMONO HILL WAOOINGTON'S GUELPH SPRING FESTIVAL 51 UNITED CHURCH 36 AUCTION House 17 HANNAFORO STREET R1vEROALE YouTH SINGERS 21 WHOLENOTE HIRINGS 35 SILVER BANO 48 ROBERT LOWREY's WHOLENOTE SPECIALS 14 HARKNETT MUSICAL SERVICES 29 PIANO EXPERTS 13 WILLIAM VAN REE 72 HART House JAZZ CHOIR 55 ROBIN HOWELL 57 WOMEN'S MUSICAL Ctus 14 HEARTSONG METHOD 59 SCARBOROUGH PHILHARMONIC 38 WHOLENOTE HIRINGS WHOLENOTE MAGAZINE SEEKS responsible people to join our listings department LISTINGS FIELD WORKERS gather concert and music theatre listings within an assigned area enter and proofread listings data for assigned area maintain area listings files _LISTINGS COORDINATOR takes field worker responsibility for one area supervises field work team takes responsibility for over-all completeness and accuracy of listings The listings coordinator is a 30-hour/week position The field worker positions range from 20 to 80 hours a month Both positions require a good general knowledge of music and particularly of the classical music scene, a commitment to accuracy and comprehensiveness, computer skills and the ability to work to deadline Positions commence in early August 2005 with training during the late spring and early summer. To apply, please send resume, with covering letter, to WholeNote Media Inc., 720 Bathurst St., Suite 503, Toronto ON M5S 2R4 Attention Simone Desilets MAY 1 - )UNE 7 2005 WWW. THEWHOlENOTE.COM

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