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Volume 11 Issue 10 - July 2006

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SUMMER OPERA LYRIC

SUMMER OPERA LYRIC THEATRE AND RE SEARC H C ENTR E Guillermo Silva.Marin, General Director presents SUMMER 2006 WORKSHOP PRODUCTIONS Guillermo Silva-Marin, Stage Director by W. A. Mozart (in English and Italian} Nathalie Doucet-Lalkens, Music Director Sat. August 5 at 8 pm Wed. August 9 at 8 pm Fri. August 11 at 8 pm Sun. August 13 at 2 pm ] ~ :Befwm~ by Giacomo Puccini (in English} Jose Hernandez, Music Director Fri. August 4 at 8 pm Sun. August 6 at 2 pm Wed. August 9 at 2 pm Sat. August 1 2 at 8 pm JMT~ef ~ffm~. by Jacques Offenbach 1~ (in Enghsh and F,:ench} Raisa Nakhmanovich, Music Director Sat. August 5 at 2 pm Tues. August 8 at 8 pm Thurs, August 10 at 8 pm r Sat. August 1 2 at 2 pm ~GBJ:RT ~·LL * THEATRE U. of T, 214 College Street 1· .i (St. George entrance) Tickets Student a Seniors go on sale Tues. July 4 Box Office: 416-978-7986 Mon- Fri 1- 5 pm & performance t imes SPECIAL SERIES OFFER See all 3 operas for only Offer ends Fri. June 30 at 5 pm Call 416-922-2912 Back to Ad Index Mus1cAL LIFE: "How I MET MY TEACHER"asks about summer talking to people, while getting to know music from different areas - including the pockets of French speaking populations scattered around the Maritimes. Later this summer, I'm planning to observe a new creative performance process called the Cassandra project (Victoria, B.C.). The research for this project is conducted according to the practice of Authentic Movement and includes actors, dancers, choreographers, researchers, political activists, teachers etc. How this feeds into the rest of the year, or for that matter the rest of my life, is at this point completely unknown! Then I have performances in Vancouver and Germany of L' Academie Baroque de Montreal's production Mozart a Milano which just had its premiere at the Montreal Baroque Festival. Mozart a Milano celebrates Mozart's birthday with repertoire he wrote or heard in Italy as a young boy. It begins with a Festa Teatrale - a mix of opera seria and buffa scenes from Mozart's early Italian operas. This is followed by a concert of sacred music with works A CROBAT 43 ALEXANDER KATS 44 ALL THE KING'S V OICES 17 A NDREW A GER 33 ATMA CLASSIQUE 7 , 11, 57, 58 B ROTT 8.JMMER Music FESTIVAL 8 C!IN Q oNE S ERVICES43 C HRIST CHURCH D EER PARK J AZZ VESPERS 25 C LASSIC VOICE INSTRUCTION 44 COSMO MUSIC 29 D AVE SJ1DER Music CENTRE 19 DEER PARK UNITED CHURCH 20 ELENA CIORICI 45 ELORA FESTIVAL 36 E TOBI COKE CENTENNIAL CHOIR 21 FESTIVAL CE lANAUDIERE 5 FESTIVAL CT' THE SOUND 36 G EORGEH EINL 19 GT A COMMUNITY CHOIR - SALVATION ARMY 20 HARKNETT M USICAL SERVI CES 26 HEUCONIAN H ALL 43 K 1NCARDINE 8.JMMER Music FESTIVAL 4 LOCKRIDGE H1F1 57 LONG & MCQUADE 45 WWW. TH EWHO LENOTE.COM by Mozart and Italian composers. After Germany my walk will continue in Spain, on the famous road to Compostela. Who knows what songs and stories will be shared or found on this road. I haven't thought that far. Mozart a Milano uses Mozart's motet "Quaerite primum regnum Dei" as a kind of recurring piece and, interestingly, I just found out that "Quaerite primum regnum Dei" (Seek first the kingdom of God) is the provincial motto of Newfoundland. And this is where I will begin my journey. Guy Few (trumpet and piano) This is a busy summer. It started in May at the end of the Wilfrid Laurier University year. I adjudicated for Saskatoon Music Festival, played as a soloist with Saskatoon Symphony, and spent two weeks at Scotiafest in Halifax: 6 concerts, a recital, chamber coaching and young artist collaborations. From June 28th I'll be at the Oregon Bach Festival for 3 weeks, returning to record in Toronto with Nadina Mackie Jackson and the Aradia orchestra. At the end of July I'll play a recital at the Collingwood Summer Festival. August 4-6: adjudicating the Nationals for brass; August 9-14: The Festival of the Sound; August 27: The Music Garden in Toronto with Bellows and Brass doing our tango/opera show called Song and Dance. How does this affect my work during the year? Well, summer festivals are a index of advertisers MADAWASKAS TRING QUARTET 32 MAESTRO ENTERPRISES 43 MARKHAM THEATRE FOR P ERFORMINGA RTS 6 MKROKOSMOS 45 MISSISSAUGA CHORAL SOCIETY 20 Music AT PORT MILFORD 39 Mus1CFOR YOUNG C HILDREN 29 M usic MONDAYS 31 M usic P ICNIC 35 Music ToRONTO 9 NATIONAL YouTH ORCHESTRA 33 N AXOS CT' CANADA 53 NICK CUDA 31 NORTH 44° ENSEMBLE 21 OPERA ONTARIO 62 ORIANA IJ\bMEN 's C HOIR20 ORPHEUS CHOIR 22 OSHAWA D URHAM SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 17 PASQUALE BROS. 46 PATRIA Music T HEATRE PROJECTS 3 PETER MAHON 20 RAINBOW VOICES CT' ToRONTO 21 RCM COMMUNITY SCHOOL 29 RED BARN THEATRE 36 joy. Each one is different and inspiring in its own way. I love to perform at each place - although goodness knows how I get everything prepared in time! Marshall Pynkowski (Co-Artistic Director, Opera Atelier) Jeannette and I began the summer by finishing a feature film based on The Magic Flute with Canadian director/ film-maker Kevin Sullivan. We also delivered a talk at IdeaCity about Baroque Opera and Ballet and why it speaks to people in the 21st C. Moses Znaimer put More "Asks ", page 47,48 R EMENYI HOUSE CT' MJs1c 11 ROBERT LOWRY's PIANO EXPERTS 6 3 SouND PosT 23 SOUTHERN ONTARIO CHAMBER Music INSTITUTE 41 ST. J OHN'S U-1TED CHURCH 22 STRATFORD SUMMER M usic 4 1 SUMMER OPERA LYRIC THEATRE 28 Tii: SINGING CHEF 4 6 TORONTO PHILHARMONIA 13 T ORONTO SUMMER CHAMBER Music FcsTIVAL 2 TORONTO SUMMER Music A CADEMY AND F ESTIVAL 15 TORONTO SYMPHONY CRCHESTRA 61 TOYICH INTERNATIONAL PROJECTS 59 UNIVERSAL Music 59 UNIVERSAL Mus1c/HEPPNER!H MV 64 VIVA! YOUTH SINGERS 2 1 VLADIMIR DoUNIN 45 WESTBEN CONCERTS AT THE BARN 42 WHOLENOTE MAGAZINE 46, 61 WHOLENOTEM ARKETPLACE 46 ,4 7 WOMEN' S VOCAL ENSEMBLE 2 1 WYCHWOOD PARK AlODUCTIONS 55 UL Y 1 - EPTEMBE R 7

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