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Volume 11 Issue 9 - June 2006

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Genre: Baroque Thu Jun

Genre: Baroque Thu Jun 22 · Sun Jun 25 800-845-7171 or 514-845-7171 www .mo ntrealbaroq ue. corn Passes: -0; single: -30 OTTAWA INTERNATIONAL CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL Ottawa, Ontario The world's largest chamber music festival features an enormous variety of concerts, presented in an informal setting in some of downtown Ottawa's most beautiful heritage churches. This year the 13th Ottawa International Chamber Music Festival will present 120 concerts with more than 250 musicians from July 22 - August 5, 2006. The pass system allows Festivalgoers to attend several (20 or more) world-class concerts with the purchase of a single passport, for adults and for students. To attend the 13 Pass-Plus concerts, patrons pay an additional for each concert on top of their Festival Passport. Many of the greatest musicians have appeared at the Festival including the Borodin, Hagen, Tokyo, Julliard, Emerson and St. Lawrence String Quartets, Beaux Arts and Grypho~ Trio, Emma Kirkby, Ida Haendel, Gil Shaham and Louis Lortie, to name just a few. More of their concerts are broadcast nationally by CBC Radio than by any other arts organization to a total radio audience ofover20 million. For this year's Festival line-up vi sit www.chamberfest.com. Genre: Classical/Chamber Sat Jul 22 · Sat Aug 5 613.234.8008 www .chamberfest.com Festival Passport · additional charge for some events QUARTETIO GELATO AT OTTAWA C HAMBER M USIC FESTIVAL STRATFORD SUMMER MUSIC Stratfo rd. Ontario ances by the Lakewinds Octet, The Avon Mozart Orchestra, Summer Music String Quartet, L'orchestre de la francophonie canadienne, and Vienna's Marionette Theatre of Schonbrunn Palace. Stratford's Avoca Restaurant will be the home of a Mozart Exhibition featuring a visual display of the I ife, work, travels, contemporaries, and ideas of the composer. Other events include Barge Music on the Avon River, an outdoor concert with the Landwehr Band of Switzerland, after-theatre Cabarets, organ recitals by Heribert Metzger, the organist at Salzburg Cathedral, and performances by The Vancouver Chamber Choir. Genre: Classical, Cabaret, Opera, Choral Mon Jul 24 · Sun Aug 13 519-273-1600 or 800-567 -1600 www.stratfordsummermusic.ca Free to SWEETWATER MUSIC WEEKEND 2006 Owen Sound, Ontar io (Meaford Municipality) Violinist Mark Fewer, violist Virginia Barron and violist Douglas Mc­ Nabney are returning to the Sweetw ater Music Weekend. Scott St. John's new schedule with the St. Lawrence String Quartet has left an opening for his return to the event. Flaut ist Rosanne Wieringa, of local origin, is returning, as is Torontonian Peter Longworth, Stratford Summer Music celebrates its sixth season saluting the 250th anniversary of the birth of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. The festival's programming offers an array of concerts and recitals honouring the composer's music and life, including performwho will join Fewer and Sweet Water newcomer Thomas Wiebe in a Duke Trio appearance. New members of the faculty will include violinist Steven Copes, cellist Denise Djokic and pianist Guy Few. On harpsichord and double bass, Melisande and Raphael McNabney will be featured. Local luthiers will again be showcased in a rendition ofa work by Bach. JUNE 1 - JULY 72006

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