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Volume 11 Issue 1 - September 2005

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THE RCM COMMUNITY SCHOOL

THE RCM COMMUNITY SCHOOL Make the music you want to make. Toronto: 416.408.2825 Mississauga: 905.891. 7944 www.rcmusic.ca DISCOVER YOUR POTENTIAL The North Toronto Institute of Music Private lessons in a wide variety of instruments including: epiano eguitar eviola eviolin ecello esaxophone eclarinet eflute •accordion • percussion Voice instruction Theory classes Acting and Scene study Pre-School classes ... ANNOUNCEMENTS ETCETERA *October 612:00 noon: International Bach Festival. Bach Talk: Bach's Cantata Weinen, Klagen, Sargen Zagen as Musical Sermon. Lecture by Michael Marissen. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park. 416-978-3744. Free. *October 7 1 Dam: City of Hamilton/ American Liszt Society/McMaster U School of the Arts. Great Romantics Festival: Rachmaninov & Bells. Lecture by Ross Alley. Convocation Hall, McMaster University, Hamilton. 905-525-9140 x23674. . *October 7 2:00: City of Hamilton/ American Liszt Society/McMaster U School of the Arts. Great Romantics Festival· My Memories of Alberta Guerrera. William Aide in conversation with Richard Gale. Centenary United Church, 24 Main St. West, Hamilton. 905-525-9140 x23674. . MASTER CLASSES *September 23 2:00: University of Toronto Faculty of Music. Ken Page Memorial Trust Master Class Series. Master class with Lorne Lolsky, jazz guitar. Room 130, Edward Johnson Bldg, 80 Queen's Park . 416-978-3744. Free. *September 27 12:10: University of Toronto Faculty of Music. Voice Performance Class: Etiquette for the Stage. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park. 416-978- 3744. Free. WORKSHOPS *September 8 10:30am: Guelph Jazz Festival. Improvising the French Canadian Diaspora. Workshop with Fran~ois Houle, Jean Derome, Pierre Cartier, Pierre Tanguay, Jean Martin, Lori Freedman, Jesse Zubot. Macdonald Stewart Art Centre, 358 Gordon St., Guelph. 877-520-2408. Free. *September 9 10:30am: Guelph Jazz Festival. Of Other Spaces: Improvised Geographies. Workshop with Jesse Stewart, Gordon Allen, Rob Glutton, Marshall Allen, Veryan Weston & others. Macdonald Stewart Art Centre, 358 Gordon St., Guelph. 877-520· 2408. Free. *September 101:00: CAMMAC. Vocal Jazz Workshop. Led by Kevin Fox, Ontario Music Camp Faculty. Elliott Hall, Christ Church Deer Park, 1570 Yonge St. 416-421 · 0779. (CAMMAC members), (non· members). *September 11 9:30·4pm: Early Childhood Music Association of Ontario/ RCM. One Song Many Hearts: Music and the Emotional Development of the Young Child. with renowned Hungarian music educators Helga Dietrich and Jenfine Nagy. RCM, 90 Croatia St. Half day /, full day / $110 (members/non-members). *September 111 :30: Toronto Early Music Players' Organization. Workshop with Colin Savage, recorder & historical winds. Lansing United Church. 49 Bogert Ave. What has 11 heads and sings? Music for Young Children® (MYC®) classes motivate and empower parents and children, nurturing family bonds and delivering valuable and thoroughly enjoyable co-learning experiences. Since 1980, MYC has remained one of the world's leading music-learning systems-the only child-centered program to integrate keyboard, creative movement, rhythm, singing, ear training, sight-reading, music theory and composition. MYC helps enhance children's social development and learning skills, improve memory and expressiveness, and bolster confidence and self-esteem. If you're considering music education for your child, take a look at MYC - the music-learning system of choice for more than 24,000 students throughout North America, Asia and New Zealand. 50 Musical instruction by highly qualified teachers in the heart of Toronto at 550 Eglinton Ave. E. (near Bayview). Call Right Now! 416-488-2588 www.ntimusic.com WWW. THEWHOLE N OTE. COM The high note in music learning'M To leam more, contact your local MYC teacher: Kimberly Crawford, BA, MBA, Certified MYC° Coordinator k.crawford @myc.com Tel/Fax: 905.780.6482 S EPTEMBER 1 - O CTO BER 7 2005 Back to Ad Index

416-487-9261. , members free. *September 16 7:30: Recorder Players' Society. Opportunity for recorder and/or other early instrument players to get together in small, informal groups and play Renaissance & Baroque music. Church of the Transfiguration, 111 Manor Rd. East. 416-224-5830. *September 21 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 *September 24 10:30am: Toronto Mendelssohn Choir. Singsation Saturday: The Music of Healey Willan. Participants welcome to join in this workshop led by Noel Edison. Cameron Hall, Yorkminster Park Church, 1585 Yonge St. Preregistration: 416-598-0422 x24. . *September 25 1 :30: Ontario Registered Music Teachers' Association, Etobicoke-Mississauga Branch. What's New. Workshop with Debra Wanless, to include discussion on the Canadian National Conservatory of Music Pedagogy Programs; the new pre-one Fletcher book; the new Elementary Harmony Book; and new Canadian music. Residence of Adelaide Bell, 4 Dominion Rd. 416-251-8397. (members), (all others). *September 25 2:00: CAMMAC. Musical Reading. Giles Bryant leads a reading of the Durufle Requiem, for voice & instruments. Music is provided. Elliott Hall, Christ Church Deer Park, 1570 Yonge St. 416- 421-0779. (non-members). *September 25 2:00: Toronto Opera Club. Placido Domingo and His leading ladies. Audio/visual presentation with guest speaker, David Stanley-Porter. CDs to be won! Everyone welcome. Room 330, Edward Johnson Bldg, 80 Queen's Park. 416-924- 3940. . *September 26 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. 416-920-5025. Members free, $ 5(non-members). *September 27 8:00: Toronto Folk Singers' Club. An informal group that meets for the purpose of performance & exchange of songs. T ranzac Club, 292 Brunswick Ave. 416-532-0900. 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. www.nscvs.com *September 28-30 1 Oam-2pm: Sharon Temple Museum Society. Organ Workshops. 10 participants per workshop will have the chance to take part in the restoration of our historic pump organ. Workshop conducted by organist Clement Carelse. 18974 Leslie St., Sharon. 905-478-2389. . *October 1 9:30am-4:00: Toronto Early Music Players' Organization. All-Day Fall Workshop. Led by Chris Norman, flute & recorder, specialist in Celtic & Baroque repertoire. Lansing United Church, 49 Bogert Ave. 416-487-9261. , members free. *October 7 7:30: Recorder Players' Society. Opportunity for recorder and/or other early instrument players to get together in small, informal groups and play Renaissance & Baroque music. Church of the Transfiguration, 111 Manor Rd. East. 416- 224-5830. *Ruth Watson Henderson Choral Composition Competition/Choirs Ontario. Biennial competition for new choral works, the 2005 competition being for SSA treble voice choirs, with a duration limit of between 4 and 8 minutes. Winning entry announced in November 2005. Scores must be postmarked no later than September 1, 2005. For more information please contact Choirs Ontario : info@choirsontario.org; www.choirsontario.org Cheeses from around the world, meats, groceries, dry goods gift baskets ... Everything you need for reception planning. 416-364-7397 www.pasqualebros.com 16 Goodrich Rd., Etobicoke (south of Bloor, west off Islington) DANCE & DANCE-ABILITY A 19th Century English Country Dance Workshop Friday, Sept. 30, 7:30-10 p.m. Historic Fort York 100 Garrison Road Free Parking 416-392-6907 Ext 100 • Dances fun & easy to learn • Authentic period setting • No partners required • Beginners welcome • Pre-registration required • per person includes light historic refreshments ~ TORONTO Cu It ure W-Nw.toronto.ca/museums MA'RJV'RIE SPARKS VVICE sruvrv MA'RJOR.It SPA'R.l

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