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Volume 11 Issue 1 - September 2005

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  • Toronto
  • September
  • Jazz
  • Festival
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  • October
  • Sept
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  • Bach

LISTINGS ... Jazz Clubs

LISTINGS ... Jazz Clubs Announcements, Lectures/Symposia, Master Classes, Workshops, Etcetera Muo (CD launch). Sep 23 Richard Underhill Ouilrtet. Sep 24 Nick Ali Trio. Sep 25 Milrilyn Lerner, Bob Wisemiln. Sep 27 Anything but Jazz Tuesdily: PirilteJenny. Sep 28 Corry Sobol Trio. Sep 29 Williilm Carn Trio. Sep 30 John Nugent Trio. Reservoir Lounge 52 Wellington 416-955-0887 www.reservoirlounge.com Every Tues Tyler Yaremil and his Rhythm. Eve· ry Wed Bradley iJnd the Bouncers. Every Thu Jilnice Hagen. Every Fri Chet ViJ/iant Combo. Every Sat Tory CiJssis. Rex Jazz and Blues Bar 194 Queen St. W. 416-598-2475 www.therex.ca Sep 1 KevinOllilin, TrevorHoggOuiJrtet. Sep2 Sara Dell Ouartet, Duncan Hopkins Ouartet Sep 3 Ed Vokurkil Swing Ensemble, JiJke Chisolm Group, Runcible Spoon, Stan Getz Tnbute. Sep 4 UofT Wa-kshq1, Swing Rosie, Trevor Fil/ls Collective. Sep 5 Peter Hill Trio, Robyn Pauhl Sep 6 Hogtown Syncopaters, Rex Jilzz Jam. Sep 7 'fBB'; Dilvif Rotundo Presents. Sep 8 Kevin Ouilin, Joel Miller & Manda/ii. Sep 8MelissaStyliiJnou Trio,Joe/Miller& MandiJ/a. Sep 10 Ed Vokurkil Swing Ensemble, Blue Room Runcible Spoon, lauril Hubert Band. Sep 11 UofT Workshop, Club Django, Swing Rosie, Dementiil 5. Sep 12AndrewBoniwellTrio,Jilcklorawski Ouilrtet. Sep 13 Hogtown Syncopaters, Rex Jazz Jam. Sep 14 "EBB'; ShiJnnon Butcher Ouilrtet. Sep 15Dilvid Buchbinder Ensemble, Kevin Ouain. Sep 16 Melissil Stylianou Trio, Ted's Warren Commission. Sep 17 Ed Vokurka Swing Ensemble, The T.J.D By Band. Runcible Spoon, SicifilnJazz Project. Sep 18 UofT Workshop, Les Singes Bleus, Swing Rosie, Sean MeredithJones. Sep 19 Andrew Boniwell Trio, JiJymie Reynolds & Matt Stevens Duilrtet. Sep 20 Hogtown Syncopaters, ClilSSic Rex JiJzz Jilm. Sep 21 "EBB'; Nilthiln Renner Duartet. Sep 22 Kevin Ouilin, The Rex's Annual Tribute to John Coft!ilne. Sep 23 Melissa Stylianou Tm, The Rex's AnnuiJI Tribute to John Coltrilne. Sep 24fd Vokurkil Swing Ensemble, Jerome Godboo, RunciJ/e Spoon, Rex's Annual Tribute to John Coltrane. Sep 25 UofT Workshop,Freewily Dixieland, Swing Rosie, Sep 26 Andrew Boniwell Trio, Kris Chubb Duilrtet. Sep 27 Hogtown Syncopaters, Rex JiJll Jam. Sep 28 "EBB'; Dilvid Rotundo Presents. Sep 29 Kevin Duain, Mike Murley Septet Sep 30 Melissa Stylianou Trio,MikeMurleySeptet. Safari Bar & Grill 17 49 Avenue Rd 416-787 -6584 Every Tues: Encore Jilzz 8-11 Sassafraz 100 Cumberland 416-964-2222 Thu-Sun Wilshington SiJvage Sat Sun (brunch) Roy Piltterson Trio Spezzo Ristorante 140 York Blvd Richmond Hill 905-886-9703 Live Jazz every Thursday. The Trane Club 964 Bathurst St. 416-913-8197 Every Fri in Sep. Five Weeks For Miies Zazou 315 King St. W. Live Jazz every Friday and Saturday 48 Back to Ad Index ANNOUNCEMENTS *September 2-5: Hispanic Fiesta 2005. Performances of traditional music from the Andean countries of Latin America with native Indian instruments; mariachis with violins, guitars, mandolins & trumpets; Latin bands; Flamenco, tango; folklore exhibition & more. Features local & international Hispanic performers covering 20 different countries. Mel Lastman Square, 51 OD Yonge St. 416- 240-9338. Free. *September 15 (7pm-9pm), 16 (10am- 9pm), 17 (10am-6pm), 18 (12 noon-5pm): Mississauga Symphony. Annual Used Book SiJ/e. Books, records, CDs, videos, tapes, magazines & jigsaw puzzles for sale. Donations accepted Tuesdays between 1 pm & 3pm and Thursdays between 1 Dam & 12 noon. Proceeds to the Symphony and its Educational & Outreach programs. Sheridan Mall, 2225 Erin Mills Parkway, Mississauga. 905-274-0653. *September 17 & 18 10am-4pm: Doors Open Mississauga. Royilf Conserviltory of Music Community School. Explore this community-based music school, housed in the historic Adamson Estate mansion. 850 Enola Ave, Mississauga. 905-828-8411. Free. *September 17 & 1810am-4pm: Doors Open Mississauga. The living Arts Centre. View 3 performance theatres, an exhibition gallery, 7 professional art studios, Live Cuisine Restaurant & more. 4141 Living Arts Drive, Mississauga. 905- 828-8411. Free. *September 17 1 Oam-4pm: Doors Open Port Perry-Scugog-Uxbridge. Uxbridge Music Hill/. Local landmark & popular venue for musical & theatrical productions & special events. 16 Main Street South, Uxbridge. 905-852-9181. Free. *September 17 10am-4pm: Doors Open Waterloo Region. Registry Theatre. ALEXANDER KATS A first class Russian-trained professional pianist/teacher is now accepting students for regular private lessons or repertoire coaching, from advanced (ARCT, university) to all grades of RCM. DOWNTOWN LOCATION Call: 416-340-1844 alexander.kats@sympatico.ca WWW. THEWHOLENOTE.COM Originally built as the Waterloo County Registry Office, the theatre is an adaptive reuse heritage building. 122 Frederick St., Kitchener. 519- 7 47 -5139. Free. *September 17 10am-4pm: Doors Open Waterloo Region. St. Jilcobs Schoolhouse Theiltre. Originally a schoolhouse until 1929, now the venue for a performance series of dance, music & theatre. 11 Albert St., St. Jacobs. 519-747-5139. Free. *September 17 12:00 noon: Westben Arts Festival Theatre. A Tilste of Westben Fundriliser. An afternoon of culinary, musical & visual experiences, as well as an auction. Performers include: Michael Burgess, Mark DuBois, Rob McConnell, Donna Bennett & Brian Finley. In support of the Westben Arts Festival Theatre. The Barn, County Rd. 30, Campbellford. 877-883-5777. . *September 17 1 :00-4:00: Toronto Early Music Centre. Gamba Sociill and Fundraiser. Launch of the 2005/06 season for the gamba community, providing an afternoon of uncoached consorts, a town meeting (where full details of events for the coming season will be announced) and the chance for people to meet & socialize, while enjoying light food & beverages. Hosted World music classes for toddlers and preschoolers Register Now for classes in September Sound Adventures CD A compilation of Toronto's finest world music ensembles for the whole family to enjoy! 2005 Parents' Choice Silver Sophia Grigoriadis, Mus.Bae, ARCT www.Clappingland.com -~ by Joelle Morton. At the home of Sara Blake, 10 Cardinal Place. RSVP: 416-760-8610 or email bml 2D@columbia.edu suggested donation. *September 17 6:00: RCM Community School. Ceilidh! Irish folk diJnce. Come & kick up your heels with members of the Reid Taheny band: Loretto Reid, Irish flute, tin whistle, concertina & accordion; Brian Taheny, guitar, tenor banjo, fiddle; Anne Lederman, fiddle; Maureen Mulvey-O'Leary, caller & teacher of dance. 90 Croatia St. 416-408-2824 x321. ,, (family), group rate. *September 22 9am-7pm: Toronto Arts Council Foundation. Arts Week Kickoff. Celebrate the start of ArtsWeek with an arts extravaganza on 2 stages, featuring music, dance & spoken word. Guests include Andy Stochansky, Derek Miller, Andy Kim, Rob Reynolds, AfroPan, Helly Shin, Lori Cullen, spoken word by Richard Scarsbrook & others. Over 1 DO artists & arts organizations will showcase their work. TD Centre Courtyard, King & Bay Sts. www.artsweek.ca *September 23 7:30: Earshot Concerts. FundriJiser Pilrty. Evening of live classical & SINGING LESSONS Brenda Berge is accepting private voice students. (B.A. Mus., A. Mus. , Dip. in Operatic Performance) 30 years teaching/performing experience which includes solo work w/ the major Canadian Sym.'s, Opera Co.'s, & Television Networks (i.e. C.O.C., T.S.O., C.B.C. TV/Radio) in Opera, Oratorio and Musical Theatre productions. STUDENT ACCOMPLISHMENTS l R.C.M. medalists & Kiwanis Music Festival 1s1 place winners l Stratford, Shaw and Charlottetown Festival Musical Theatre Soloists l Broadway (N.Y.) and West End (London) Musical Theatre Soloists I International Performing Soloists and Recording Artists l Media Personalities Classical/Musical Theatre/Pop Beginner to Professional 416-761-7520 S EPTEMBER 1 - O CTOBE R 7 2005

jazz music, food, silent auction, live auction & more. Merchandise Lofts, Rooftop Garden, 155 Dalhousie St. 416-538-2006. -0. *September 24 12:00 noon-5pm: Toronto Early Music Centre. Early Music Fair. Features mini-concerts by members of the Recorder Players' Society & the Toronto Early Music Players' Organization; exhibits; early keyboard instruments; historical woodwinds & other period instruments. Montgomery's Inn, 4709 Dundas St. West. 416-920-5025. , $ 2(sr/st/child), O(family); free to members of TEMC & Friends of Etobicoke's Heritage. *September 28 7:00: Canadian Opera Company/Tundra. Appetite for Opera: Carmen. Innovative & informative evening of opera and fine dining. Features welcome & discussion of the history & resonance of the story by Robert Morasutti; 4-course Carmen-inspired menu; table visit by Chef Cirillo and a wine expert to discuss each course and its wine pairing. 3-course version will be available at Tundra for the run of the opera, opening Sep 29 (see music theatre listings). Tundra Restaurant, Hilton Toronto, 145 Richmond St. West. Reservations: 416-860-6800. . *October 1 & 2 1 Oam-4:30pm: Sharon Temple Museum Society. Sharon Temple Fall Harvest Festival. Music, historic demonstrations, children's activities & crafts. Oct 2: Performance by Ingram Handbell Choir. 18974 Leslie St., Sharon. 905-478-2389. Free. *October 2 3:30, October 3-6: 2:00: Love To Sing? Jr) Breathe new life ~ into your voice ~ with a unique and sensible kinesthetic approach to vocal pedagogy. This is a method which focuses on influencing and improving the coordinative process of the vocal muscles. It brings them into equilibrium, 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 SONGBIRD STUDIOS j) piano j) voice j) theory A comprehensive program encouraging ad.ults and children to appreciate their musical gifts • reasonable rates • conservatory grades •r&b /pop .musical theatre • audition preparation Hallie Rezsnyak 416-766-7112 . .. . .. Back to Ad Index International Bach Festival. The Word and the Music. Open rehearsal & master class exploring the meaning of the Cantata texts, with Martin Petzoldt, Helmuth Rilling, The International Bach Festival Soloists, Choir & Orchestra. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park. 416-978-3744. ,. *October 2 6:30, October 3-6: 5:00: International Bach Festival. Cantata Cafe. A late-afternoon intermezzo where you can refresh, relax, renew & talk Bach with the artists & Festival friends. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park. 416-978-3744. LECTURES/SYMPOSIA *September 9 9:00am: Guelph Jazz Festival. Ancient to the Future: Celebrating 40 Years of the AACM. Plenary panel with Douglas Ewart, Wadada Leo Smith, Joseph Jarman, Roscoe Mitchell, Famoudou Don Moye & others. Macdonald Stewart Art Centre, 358 Gordon St., Guelph. 877-520-2408. Free. *September 24 6:00: Canadian Opera Company. Adapt or Die. Special guests from the worlds of academia, theatre & radio broadcast will take part in a panel discussion of Margaret Atwood's works and their various incarnations. Explore the concept of adapting works from one medium to another. Toronto Reference Library, 789 Yonge St. 416-363-6671. Free. *October 2 2:00: International Bach Festival. Bach Talk: The Jewish Musical Landscape of Bach's Christian World. Lecture CLAIM 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 905-5441302 Toronto Studio 416-523-1154 **Gift Certificates Available** J~(lFJFLEH KOFFLER II CJ:N T ~ E or · 11 JL J\ HTS ANNOUNCEMENTS ETCETERA ... by ethnomusicologist Phillip Bohlman. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park. 416-978-3744. Free. *October 3 12:00 noon: International Bach Festival. Bach Talk: Death Everyday: The Anna Magdalena Bach Book of 1725 and the Art of Dying. Lecture by organist, harpsichordist & clavichordist David Yearsley. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park. 416-978-3744. Free. *October 4 12:00 noon: International Bach Festival. Bach Talk: God's Time is the Very Best Time: The Social and Cultural Context of Lutheran Funeral Music. Lecture by Gregory Johnston. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park. 416-978-3744. Free. *October 5 12:00 noon: International Bach Festival. Bach Talk: Panel Discussion - The Experts Debate. Discussion on the Poetry and Politics of Bach's Early Cantatas. Participants include Helmuth Rilling, Martin Petzoldt, Michael Marissen, Gregory Johnston & Naomi Faran. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park. 416- 978-3744. Free. *October 6 1 Dam: City of Hamilton/ American Liszt Society/McMaster U School of the Arts. Great Romantics Festival: The Boys of Weimar: Daily Life Around Liszt. Lecture by Dr. James Deaville. Convocation Hall, McMaster University, Hamilton. 905-525-9140 x23674. . Susan Purdy Music Certifie(J in Early Childhood Music, Orff and Kod~ly Music and Movement Classes for Babies, Toddlers and Young Children The Walmer Centre in The Annex Wednesdays Ongoing Registration Free Parking 416-483-6411 susanbpurdy@rogers.com STRING ORCHESTRA conducted by Jacques lsraelievitch AUDITIONS for CURRENT SEASON! Monday evening rehearsals For auditions & info, please call 416.636.1880 Ext. 228 WWW. THEWHOLENOTE.COM Early Childhood }Vlusic fissoci«tian _ _ of Ontario ' One Song, Many Hearts Music and the Emotional Development of the Young Child A WORKSHOP DAY presented by The Early Childhood Music Association of Ontario and the RCM with renowned Hungarian music educators Helga Dietrich and Jenone Nagy Sunday, September 11 9:30-4:00 pm Royal Conservatory of Music 90 Croatia Street, Toronto (SW corner of Bloor and Dufferin) MORNING SESSION "Musical Games and Emotional Growth in Early Childhood" AFTERNOON SESSION "A Revolutionary Hungarian Preschool Curriculum" FULL-DAY FEE (includes catered lunch) ECMA members .00 Non-members 0.00 HALF DAY FEE (no lunch) EMCA members Non-members .00 For information I registration telephone Maryke Sluis at 416-422-5888. Pre-registration required - space is limited! For information about ECMA visit www.ecmaontario.ca 49

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