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Volume 11 Issue 6 - March 2006

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  • Toronto
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CLASSES & LESSONS ALL

CLASSES & LESSONS ALL AGES. ALL LEVELS. FOR EVERYONE Imagine summer at Canada's leading music school • Opera Scene Study - for adults • Private lessons - all ages • Music Theatre Camp - ages 8 to 18 • Elementary Piano Pedagogy • VocalPedagogy • Choirs for men & women • History & Theory - all subjects • Small Ensembles, String Quartets • Recorder & Baroque Ensembles • John Capek Songwriting Series www.rcmusic.ca/summerschool communityschool@rcmusic.ca Toronto: 416.408.2825 (Dufferin & Bloor) Mississauga: 905.891. 7944 (Cawthra & Lakeshore) WWW. TH EWHOLEN OTE.COM performance of their own mini-version of the entire Ring Cycle. The program allows young people to learn more about opera through music and drama activities, costume, prop and set design, movement and make-up workshops. July 3-14. 0 (some bursaries available). Application deadline: April 13. Participants will also take part in an encore presentation of their final performance as part of the Ring Festival, in association with the COC's Ring Cycle, in September 2006. CENTAUR! SUMMER ARTS CAMP Phone: 416-766-7124 Fax: 416-766-7655 E-mail: info @centauri.on.ca Website: www.centauri.on.ca Contact: Craig orJulie Hartley Centauri Summer Arts Camp is a residential arts training camp for youth aged 9 to 18, located in the beautiful Niagara Region. Centauri brings together young people from across the world and talented, experienced arts practitioners for an exciting summer of creativity, informal learning and fun! Centauri offers a choice of more than 30 specialty arts programs, including Rock.Jazz, Blues, Musical Theatre, Acting, Shakespeare Performance, Film Making, Comedy lmprov, Photography, Sculpture, Creative Writing, Ballet and Jazz. In addition to their chosen specialty, campers choose daily electives such as songwriting, voice projection for stage, puppetry, modern dance, crafts, printmaking, mask, choreography, poetry and sports. CHAUTAUQUA INSTITUTION Music FESTIVAL PO Box 1098, Chautauqua, NY 14 722 Phone: 716-357-6233 Fax: 716-357-9014 E-mail: music@ ciweb.org Website: http://music.ciweb.org/ Contact person: Sarah Malinoski June 24 -August 15. Chautauqua blends music, dance, theatre, visual arts, opera, a distinguished lecture platform, leisure activities and religion for a wonderfully diverse public. The schools of music, dance, theatre and art, are represented by professional counterparts. Students are encouraged to freely attend opera, symphony, theatre and galleries. Chautauqua students may also attend concerts, plays, films, operas, art exhibits and relax in the beauty of the famous Victorian lakeside grounds. For students ages 17 to 25. The festival is akin to a professional experience, and students need to be prepared to undertake the demands of the seven-week curriculum. CHOI I'S OnTaRIO CHOIRS ONTARIO I ONTARIO YOUTH CHOIR 330 Walmer Rd., Toronto ON, M4V 2Y3 Phone: 416-923-1144 Fax: 416-929-0415 Email: info@choirsontario.org Website: www.choirsontario.org Friday, August 18 -Sunday, August 27 Each summer, 40 young choristers, 16 to 22 years of age, are chosen from across the province. This year, the choir will rehearse on the beautiful campus of the University of Ottawa, presenting four concerts in and around our scenic National Capital. Under the guidance of some of Canada's highest acclaimed professional musicians, the choristers extend the boundaries of excellence. A joy to all involved, we hope you will attend the concerts this year and plan to apply for the Ontario Youth Choir 2007. CLASSICAL PURSUITS 349 Palmerston Blvd., Toronto ON Phone: 416-892-3580 Fax: 416-323-3576 E-mail: ann.kirkland@classicalpursuits.com Website: www.classicalpursuits.com Contact: Ann Kirkland Join adults from all over North America for a learning vacation with a difference. A dozen seminar options plus varied cultural, social and recreational events. On the campus of University of Toronto's St. Michael's College. July 16-21. Musical options include Conductivity: Musical Maestros, Martinets or Metro-Gnomes (with Rick Phillips) and The 5 Key Themes ofWagner 's Ring (with lain Scott). LE DoMAINE FoRGET Music AND DANCE ACADEMY 5 Saint-Antoine, Saint-Irenee, QU, GOT lVO Phone: 418-453-8lll Fax: 418-45 2-3503 E-mail: aca @domaineforget.com Website: www.domaineforget.com Contact: Francine Dery or Rachel Tremblay Summer 2006: May 17 to September 4 Located among the rolling hills of Saintlrenee 90 minutes northeast of Quebec City on a vast historical property overlooking the St. Lawrence River. For intermediate, advanced level students or professionals. Residential complex situated close to rehersal venues. cafeteria and Concert hall. Students under 18 years of age supervised by qualified monitors. Our sessions include: Private lessons, Materclasses (professional piano accompanists). Chamber Music; End of session student concerts. Admission to the Festival concerts (excluding Hors-Serie concerts). Deadline for application (Brass, Woodwinds, Guitar, Strings. New Music) April l; MARCH 1 - APRIL 7 2006

Deadline for application (Singing, Choir Cinging, Jazz Singing) - June 1. GUITAR WORKSHOP PLUS • •• Bass, Drums, Keyboards & Vocals 190 Robert Speck Pkwy, Mississauga ON, L4Z 3K3 Phone: 905-897-8397 Fax: 905-785-2831 E-mail: info@guitarworkshopplus.com Website: www.guitarworkshopplus.com Contact: Brian Murray Locations: Appleby College, Oakville, ON; UBC, Vancouver, BC. INTERPROVINCIAL Music CAMP, CAMP RocK, THE JAZZ CAMP Box 509, Campbellville ON, LOP IBO Phone: 416-488-3316 Fax: 905-854-1594 Email: mom@imcontheweb.org Website: www.imcontheweb.org Contact: Anne Fleming-Read, Camp Director Site: Camp Manitou, near Parry Sound. Interprovincial Music Camp, a residential music camp that has been serving young Canadian musicians for 46 years, offers programs for students ages 7 - 18. Running August 26 to September 3, IMC offers programs for band and orchestra, musical theatre, and the Junior String Academy for younger musicians. Campers receive instruction from some of the finest educators and performers from across North America who address the needs of young players and challenge the most gifted performers. IMC offers a wide array of recreational, waterfront, and traditional camp activities. Camp Rock: Set your young rocker free! (and give yourself a few days of peace and quiet at the same time!) August 20-25, young rock musicians ages 13 - 18 from across MARCH 1 - APRIL 7 2 00 6 Canada participate in daily programs including band practices, performances, and instruction from some of Canada's finest performers and studio musicians. "The" Jazz Camp: Celebrating its 20th birthday this summer, "The" Jazz Camp offers young musicians the ideal combination of exceptional jazz instruction and outstanding camp fun! Running August 20 -25, the camp is staffed by some of Canada's top jazz performers and educators, including Music Director, Hugh Fraser. Students receive daily instruction on their primary instrument, as well as classes in improvisation, ear training, combos, and large ensembles. Campers also hear the world-class faculty perform in concert and take the stage in jam sessions. JVL SUMMER SCHOOL FOR PERFORMING ARTS I BARK LAKE SUMMER Music CAMP 79 Chagall Drive, Thornhill ON, L4J 9B8 Phone: 416-735-7499, 905-882-7499 E-mail: jvl@lakirovich.com Website: www.MusiclnSummer.com Contact person: Jacob Lakirovich July 21-July 31, 2006: Summer Music program for Strings and Piano. Preparatory, Intermediate and Advanced Studies. Open to students of all ages. The JVL Summer School for Performing Arts invites young and aspiring musicians to participate in the unique course of the Summer School. The course offers its participants a wonderful opportunity to combine their intensive music studies and concert performances with recreational activities. A remarkable faculty -gifted and creative master teachers and musicians dedicated to the fine art of teaching. Transportation to and from Bark Lake is provided. Comfortable accommodation. Buffet-style meals are served for breakfast, lunch and dinner. KIN CARDINE SUMMER Music FEsrrvAL Box 251 Kincardine ON, N2Z 2Y7 Phone: 866-453-9716, 519-396-9716 E-mail: info@ksmf.ca Website: www.ksmf.ca Contact: John Schnarr Non-residential Please visit website for details i:•'·u.•.•: ..., ' .c, .•·,, .,., •u,.s• ..:. ::,::'_~: ,._,,.· Daytime classes, World-Class Musicians, Fabulous Evening Concert Series! Programs in August: 6 - 11, Jazz; 7 - 11, Blues, Guitar, Scottish Fiddle.Junior Choir, Children's Music; 12 - 19, Chamber Music; 14 - 18, Adult Amateur Chamber Music, Junior Choir, Children's Music; 14 - 19, JULY 24 - AUGUST 18, 2006. TORONTO, CANADA LIMMER CADEMY ROG RAM !~~,~ .... FOR MUSICIANS AT THE THRESHOLD OF THEIR PROFESS I ONAL CAREERS MASTERPIAN O STRINGS CLASSESWOODWINDS CHAMBER MUSIC WORKSHOPS OPERA PERCUSSION WORKSHOP ANDRE LAPLANTE, piano MARIETTA ORLOV, piano JOHN PERRY, piano MENAHEM PRESSLER, piano ANNALEE PATIPATANAKOON*, violin MAYUMI SEILER, violin TERENCE HELMER, viola ROMAN BORYS*, violoncello JANOS STARKER, violoncello JOEL QUARRINGTON, bass *GRYPHON TRIO LEIPZIG STRING QUARTET ANDREAS SEIDEL, violin TILMAN BONING, violin IVO BAUER, viola MATTHIAS MOOSDORF, violoncello (artists subject ta change) NEXUS PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE BOB BECKER BILL CAHN ROBIN ENGELMAN RUSSELLHARTENBERGER GARRY KVISTAD TORONTO WOODWIND QUINTET DOUGLAS STEWART, flute CLARE SCHOLTZ, oboe STEPHEN PIERRE, clarinet KATHLEEN MCLEAN, bassoon HARCUS HENNIGAR, horn ARE YOU AN EXPERIENCED AMATEUR? Look into the Experienced Amateur Chamber Music program! APPLY NOW AT WWW.TSMAF.CA Early application deadline is March 1! j~OSONTO SUMMCR M

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