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Volume 11 Issue 10 - July 2006

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Pope. Earth Sing!

Pope. Earth Sing! 2006 summer singing camp in Quebec's Eastern Townships, focusing on traditional Balkan, South African, Georgian & other music. All singers welcome. For more info call: 514·279·1151 or email earthsing@ca.inter.net * August 16 7:30: Toronto Shapenote Singing from Sacred Harp. Beginners welcome. St. Stephen·in·the-Fields, 103 Bellevue Ave. 416· 922· 799 7 or pleasancecrawford@rogers.com * August 29 8:00: Toronto Folk Singers' Club. An informal group that meets for the purpose of performance & exchange of songs. Tranzac Club, 292 Brunswick Ave. 416·532- 0900. *September 6 10:30am: Guelph Jazz Festival. Inter.Provincial' Canadian Improvisers in Dialogue. Workshop with Lori Freedman, Jerry Granelli, Normand Guilbeault, Fran~ois Houle, Robert Marcel Lepage & others. Macdonald Stewart Art Centre, 358 Gordon St. 877-520- 2408, www.guelphjazzfestival.com Free. *September 7 10:30am: Guelph Jazz Festival. Workshop with Bill Dixon & guests. Macdonald Stewart Art Centre, 358 Gordon St. 877-520-2408, www.guelphjazzfestival.com Free. * All The King's Voices. Sight Singing Courses. Providing amateur singers & others who want to learn or improve their musical skills with a grounding in vocal technique & sight reading. Level Three: July 4-6, 11 · 13; Level 4:August 8· 10, 15-17. David King, leader. 416·225·2255. each level. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INSTRUCTION CLASSICAL GUITAR LESSONS RCM trained. Beginners welcome. Walter 416-924- 2168. EAR TRAINING Help for singers who don't always sing on pitch. Song Bird studios 416- 825-3842. EAR TRAINING, MUSICIANSHIP. SIGHT­ SINGING, THEORY, JAZZ THEORY. All levels, professional/serious beginners. Art Levine, MA, ARCT. Host. "Art Music", CBC. 30 years experience: RCM, UofT, York. 416-924-8613. www.artlevine.com; artlevine@sympatico.ca EVE EGOYAN seeks advanced, committed piano students (emu@interlog.com or 416-504-4297) PARI'-TIME MUSIC TEACHER WANTED for established early childhood music & movement program. Call 416-406-0160 or email resume to wcoles@look.ca VIOLIN LESSONS: Bernard Dolan, Edna Wolteger - Experience the adventure of playing beautiful music with an Ergonomic approach. Education: McGill; UofT; Manhattan School. 20 years experience performing and teaching. All levels welcome. 416-535-9104. ROB CARROLL Jazz and classical guitar instruction, theory, ear training 416-977-3531, www.robcarroll.rsmrecords.com VOICE LESSONS - for beginning to advanced students. Discover the unique beauty in your voice with a natural classical technique. Also offering introductory level piano, theory & sight singing. Sona Pacem Studio. Phone 416-897-3841. VOICE LESSONS Specializing in a healthy balanced sound. Song Bird studios 416-825- 8642. ESTABLISHED VOICE TEACHER seeks associate or apprentice to share vocal studio. Piano skills helpful. Housing is also available. Beginning Sept.01,06. Call 416-927-9800 for info. 400 THEATRE SEATS AVAILABLE. Excellent condition. Durable burgundy upholstery. each. Ready for delivery. Technical assistance available. Photos, specifications, information: jgarrard@sympatico.ca I INSTRUMENTS BOUGHT AND SOLD I I MUSICIANSAVAILABLE FRENCH HORN Must sell, one-of-a-kind, double horn, by Reynolds. Excellent condition. Endorsement available. Call Jack at 416-721- 4940. HARP, WIRE-STRUNG - 29 strings Queen Mary replica with carving.Wire-Strung Harp tutor book/cassette plus other harp books and accessories. $ I 000 o.b.o. 416-226-6230 or davdeb@sympatico.ca I MISCELLANEOUS CONDUCTING MASTER CLASS. Jorma Panula and Raffi Armenian (Conducting faculty), Abigail Richardson (Composer-inresidence), Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony (Orchestra-in-residence), January 17-19, 2007. Final open rehearsal at Roy Thomson Hall (Toronto, Canada). Applications deadline: September 15, 2006. For more information, visit www.conductorsguild.org, e-mail to guild@conductorsguild.org, or call at 804- 553-1378. BARD- EARLY MUSIC DUO playing recorder and virginal available to provide background atmosphere for teas, receptions or other functions - greater Toronto area. For rates and info call 905-722-5618 or email us at mhpape@interhop.net MUSIC FOR ALL OCCASIONS' Small ensembles, Dance Band, Big Band; Cocktail Hour, Dinner music, Concerts, Shows; Classical, Contemporary, Dixieland, Traditional and Smooth Jazz I )SL Musical Productions 905-276-3373. I MUSICIANS WANTED AUDITION: Toronto Opera Repertoire will hold soloist auditions Sept 8, 2006, from 2pm to 6pm. All voice types needed for our 40th season' See our website at www.torontoopera.com for details and possible repertoire choices. Call 416-698-3287 for an appointment. Education WholeNote MarketPlace Education Private Lessons piano, voice, sight-singing conducting and theory for beginners and intermediates MARJORIE SPARKS VOICE STUDIO Marjorie Sparks B. Mus., B. Ed. Private voice lessons, instructions for university auditions, RCM exams, competitions, and professional performances. Frequent Studio Recitals. STUDIO LOCATIONS 19 Ravine Park Cr., Scarborough 175 St. Clair Ave. W., Toronto 416-282-7460 E-mail: mheitshu@sympatico.ca Love To Sing? •All styles •All Levels • Beginners and Children welcome • Excellent for public speakers, actors, etc. Breathe new life into your voice with a unique and sensible kinesthetic approach to vocal pedagogy. Call Pattie Kelly for private lessons at 905-271-6896 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 Toronto Studio 905-544-1302 416-523-1154 From starring roles on BROADWAY to Toronto's 11:IE LORD OF 11:IE RINGS, Gabriel Burrafato is now offering vocal lessons in: , Pop, Musical Theatre, Ethnic Chanting • Public Speaking, Teachers, etc , Perfecting your audition skills • Training for power, range and freedom www.Gabrie!Burrafato.com For more details, contact Gabriel at (416) 888-7782 PLAY THE FLUTE OR THE RECORDER Study with Allan Pulker • eleven years' experience teaching children and teenagers at Etobicoke's Kingsway Conservatory of Music • emphasis on tone production, articulation, phrasing and effective practice techniques • centrally located in Deer Park near the St. Clair subway WHY NOT join these advertisers and put your ad in WholeNote MarketPlace? It's an economical way to reach our readers. Cheeses from around the world, meats, groceries, dry goods gift baskets ... 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MUSICIANS & VOCALISTS WANTED. Help raise funds for charity by volunteering with our big bands. Saxophones/Trumpets/Trombones/ Guitar/Piano/Bass/Drums. Visit www.sheratoncadwell.com and call Andrew today@4!6-712-2555. MUSICIANS NEEDED: The Pickering Community Concert Band currently has openings for clarinet players, trombone players and an oboe player Dust off your instrument and join us. The band performs two formal concerts a year plus community events. Rehearsals are held on Tuesdays from 7:30pm to 9:30pm at The South Pickering Seniors' Club, located at 910 Liverpool Road. Our first rehearsal is Tuesday September 5, 2006. For further information call Brian Rose at 905-683-9867. TROMBONISTS WANTED!!! Help raise funds for charity by volunteering with our big bands. Visit wwwsheratoncadwell.com and call Andrew today@ 416-712-2555. TRUMPETERS WANTED'!! Help raise funds for charity by volunteering with our big bands. Visit www.sheratoncadwell.com and call Andrew today@ 416-712-2555. WANT TO TAKE BRASS PLAYING to the next level? Local player currently seeking 2 trumpets, I french horn, and I euphonium to form a professional brass quintet. Weekly Wednesday evening rehearsals to be held at a downtown Toronto location. Leave detailed messages at 416-240-0846 or email ybl 6 ! 3h@hotmail.com SERVICES I - ACCOUNTING AND INCOME TAX SERVICE for small business and individuals, to save you time and money, customized to meet your needs. Norm Pulker, B. Math. CMA. 905-251 - 0309 or 905-830-2985. The PERFORMING EDGE Performance enhancement training in tension management. concentration, goal setting, imagery. Individualized to meet your performance situation. Kate f Hays, practising clinical and performing arts psychology. 416-961-0487, www.theperformingedge.com SIMONE TUCCI Piano Tuner-Technician - Complete Piano Care Service - ' Concert'Studio'Home'. Affiliated with The Royal Conservatory of Music piano service staff. Registered Craftsman Member of O.G.P T. Inc. Associate Member of PTG. Servicing Toronto and G.T.A. areas. Call: 416-993-6332. Mus1cAL LIFE: "How I MET MY TEACHER" asks about summer CONTINUED FROM PAGE 28 together a spectacular and varied collection of presenters and we felt proud that Opera Atelier was included. We have just finished teaching at Tafelmusik Baroque Summer Institute where we continue to be amazed and inspired. The students are focused, extremely talented and we are energized working with them. I have also been teaching for Bill Silva and working with the singers in his summer opera workshop program. Once again, great talent and energy! We are about to begin a summer program for young music and dance students ages 14-18), most of whom train with us throughout the year at the School of Atelier Ballet. We will perform scenes from (or possibly all of) Dido and Aeneas at a free public perform- ance (July 21st, noon, St. Lawrence Hall Ballroom). Finally, we will be having a dance workshop this summer in preparation for the French version of Gluck's Orpheus and Eurydice - the Canadian premiere (April 07). Erika Raum (violin) Normally in the summer I go to all kinds of different festivals CONTINUES NEXT PAGE WholeNote MarketPlace Health Release pain. Relax. Breathe. Move. '- Dr. Katarina Bulat u.sc. o.c. (& ~1us1c1AN > Chiropractor 416-461-1906 Private practice. Coxwell & Danforth area. Education 1P NORTH TORONTO INSTITUTE OF MUSIC Private instruction and exam preparation by qualified teachers in the heart of Toronto. • Piano • Voice • Guitar • Strings • Woodwinds • Percussion • Theory • Music Theatre • Pre-school 550 Eglinton Avenue East 4 l 6-488-2588 www.nlimusic.com '('"'Rr,::,i;;,io c\::-\,: . ~~ ~~~~l ~- 1.i":YL I [J[J[JjJ@OiJ[}JO[JjJ~,.. ~ t~ Musical activities for parent and baby Ages 3 months to 18 months Songs, musical 111strurnents, puppets and stories Also available for birthday parties (416) 419-4742 J ULY 1 - SEPTEMBER 7 2006 Back to Ad Index Recording Services GOLD RECORDS JUNO AWARDS Recording & Mastering. Great live room in old movie theatre. Yamaha Grand Piano. Hammond M3 & Leslie Milestone Drums. MISTER'S MASTERING HOUSE per hour 416.467.9597 www.studio92canada.com Call for a coffee and tour DIGITAL EDITING CD MASTERING 0PFN RFEI & CASFTTF TRANSrFRS 96/24 CAPABILITY CONTACT: KARL MACHAT 416 503 3060 ~ 647 227 KARL MISTERS.MASTERS@SYMrATICO.CA On a budget but still need a top quality recording made? Save yourself some time & money and do it right the first time. On location or in my studio Professional Services ENTERTAINERS NEEDED! We are now accepting new Artists Send your media package to Entertainment Toronto Ltd Email: Artists@EntertainmentToronto.CA Website: www.EntertainmentToronto.CA Elisabeth Pomcs l\IA J .iterature (Paris) 'v!A \ ·ocal Performance (Toronto) Psychotherapist l'erformance Anxiety, a gentle approach 416-769-8511 lAlexander Technique with Verna Johnson.., Certified Alexander Teachci- 22 years' teaching experience..

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