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Volume 12 - Issue 1 - September 2006

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Tuesday October 03- 2:00: Drayton Festival Theatre. Twistand Shout: The British Invasion. Musicalreview featuring classic songs by The Beatles,Gerry & the Pacemakers, The Hollies, TheKinks, The Rolling Stones & many others.Drayton Festival Theatre, 33 Wellington St.South, Drayton. 519·638-5555, 888-449-4463. ; (preview); (18 & under);(group 20 or more). For complete run seemusic theatre listings.- 7:30: Brantford Music Club. StuartMclean and The Vinyl Cafe. Based on the CBCradio show, showcasing Canadian musicians,featuring Murray McLauchlan. SandersonCentre for the Performing Arts, 88 DalhousieSt., Brantford. 519-758-8090. .50,. 50(under 18).- 7:30: River Run Centre. Songbird Cafe.Local acoustic singer/songwriters. Co-operatorsHall, River Run Centre, 35 Woolwich St.,Guelph. 519-763-3000, 800-520-2408. .- 8:00: Stratford Festival. South Pacific.Music by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by OscarHammerstein II. Avon Theatre, 99 DownieSt., Stratford. 800-567-1600. Call for ticketprices. For complete run see music theatrelistings.Wednesday October 04- 12:30: Noon Hour Concert Series,Conrad Grebel University College.Contemporary Art Music for Tenor Saxophone& Piano. Willem Moolenbeek, tenor saxophone;Sandra Mogensen, piano. Conrad GrebelUniversity College Chapel, University ofWaterloo, 140 Westmount Rd. North, Waterloo.519-885-0220 x226. Free.- 7:30: Brock University. Stuart McleanLive from The Vinyl Cafe. Based on the CBCradio show, showcasing Canadian musicians,featuring Murray McLauchlan. Sean O'SullivanTheatre, Centre for the Arts, Brock University,500 Glen ridge Ave., St. Catharines. 905-688-5550, 866-617-3257. .- 8:00: Orchestra London. Rachmaninoff'sThird. Rachmaninoff: Piano Concerto #3 ind;Shostakovich: Symphony #1, Op.10 inf.Kernel Gekic, piano; Timothy Vernon, conductor.Forest City Community Church, 3725Bostwick Rd., London. 519-679-8778. -; -(sr).Thursday October 05- 11 :OOam: The Great Romantics Festival.Two-PianoRecital. Mozart: Sonata in D,K.381; Schumann: Andante and Variations inB-llat, Op.46. Elizabeth Pridonoff & EugenePridonoff, pianos. 1 O:OOam: Lecture, seeAnnouncements section. Convocation Hall(UH-21 3), University Hall, McMaster University,1280 Main St. West, Hamilton. 905-525-9140 x23674. .- 2:00: The Great Romantics Festival.Lieder Recital Brahms: 8 Zigeuner Lieder,Op.103; Works by Mahler & R. Strauss. LitaClassen, soprano; Allan Behan, piano. Christ'sChurch Cathedral, 252 James St. North,Hamilton. 905-525-9140 x23674. .- 2:45: The Great Romantics Festival.Organ Recital. Mendelssohn: Sonata #5 in D;Brahms: Two Chorale Preludes on 'Herzlichtut mi ch verlangen', Op.122; Julius Reubke:Sonata on Psalm 94, Grave, Larghetto "O LordGod, to whom vengeance belongeth, shewthyself", Adagio "Unless the Lord had helped48me, my soul had dwelt in silence", Allegro"But the Lord is my defence and rock of myrefuge". Ian Sadler, organ. Christ's ChurchCathedral, 252 James St. North, Hamilton.905-525-9140 x23674. .- 7:30: Brock University. Stuart McleanLive from The Vinyl Cafe. Sean O'SullivanTheatre, Centre for the Arts, Brock University,St. Catharines See Oct 4.- 8:00: Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra.The Great Romantics. Maxwell Davies:An Orkney Wedding with Sunrise; Bruch:Scottish Fantasy for Violin and Orchestra,Op.46; Mendelssohn: Symphony #3 in a,Op.56 (Scottish). Susanne Hou, violin; HorstForster, conductor. Hamilton Place, 1Summers Lane. 905-526-7756. -;-(sr); $12-(st); (ch to 13).- 8:00: Kingston Theatre Organ Society.Celebrating Silver! Richard Hills, theatre organ;Guest: Chris Whyman, town crier/vocals. Churchof the Redeemer, 89 Kirkpatrick St., Kingston.613-542-7601. ; (st).- 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo ChamberMusic Society. Arianna Ouartet in Concert.String Quartets: Haydn: Op. 7614 (Sunrise);Shostakovich: #1; Beethoven: #7, Op.5911 .KWCMS Music Room, 57 Young St. W, Water·loo. 519-886-1673. ; (sr); (st).- 8:00: Orchestra London. Rachmaninoff'sThird. Forest City Community Church, London.See Oct 4.Friday October 06- 10:45am: The Great Romantics Festi·val. Scenes mignonnes sur 4 notes (Littlescenes on four notes). Schumann: Carnaval(commentary & performance to mark the150th anniversary of his death). MargueriteWolff, piano. 1 O:OOam: Lecture, see Announcementssection. Convocation Hall (UH-213), University Hall, McMaster University,1280 Main St. West, Hamilton. 905-525-91 40 x23674. .- 3:30: The Great Romantics Festival.Piano Gala: '1iszt's Homage to Mozart".Valerie Tryon: Confutatis maledictis andLacrymosa from the Requiem S.550; GiulioDraghi: Reminiscences de Don Juan S.418;William Wright: A la Chapelle Sixtine: Miserered' Allegri et Ave verum Corpus de MozartS.461 ; Daniel Glover: Fantasia on themesfrom "Figaro" S.697 (completed by Busoni).Ian Sadler, organ. 2:30: Lecture, see Announcementssection. Centenary UnitedChurch, 24 Main St. West, Hamilton. 905-525-9140 x23674. .- 8:00: McMaster University School ofthe Arts. Celebrity Concert Series. DmitriLevkovich, piano. Convocation Hall (UH-2 13),University Hall, McMaster University, 1280Main St. West, Hamilton. 905-525-91 40x24246. ; $12(sr); (st).- 8:00: The Great Romantics Festival.Piano Recital. Haydn: Sonata in C, H, XVI, 48;Chopin: Barcarolle, Op.60; Sonata in b-flat, Op.35;Scriabin: Sonata #3; Rachmaninov: Five Preludes;Liszt: Grand Concert Fantasie on Spanish Melodies,S.253. Dmitri Levkovich, piano. ConvocationHall (UH-21 3), University Hall, Mc MasterUniversity, 1280 Main St. West, Hamilton.905-525-9140 x23674. .Saturday October 07- 11 :OOam: The Great Romantics Festival.Recital: Liszt and his Pupils. Songs bySchubert, Liszt, & Wolf. Janet Obermeyer,soprano; Leslie De' Ath, piano. 10:00am:Lecture, see Announcements section. GenienaryUnited Church, 24 Main St. West,Hamilton. 905-525-9140 x23674. .- 2:00: The Great Romantics Festival.Piano Gala: "On Wings of Song''. Franz LisztPresents His Contemporaries. Liszt transcriptions,played by: Nancy Roldan: Chopin/Liszt;Paul Barnes: Schubert/Liszt; David Witten:Dessauer/Liszt; William Wellborn: Schumann/Liszt; Justin Kolb: Mendelssohn/Liszt; ThomasMastroianni: Robert Franz/Liszt; Jay Hershberger:Eduard Lassen/Liszt; Valerie Tryon: Liszt/Liszt.Host: Alex Baran. Centenary United Church,24 Main St. West, Hamilton. 905-525-9140x23674. .- 7:30: Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony.Keynotes & Canaplfs: Music to Satisfy YourHunger. Telemann: Quartet in G from Tafelmusik(part 1 ); Mozart: Divertimento in B-flat;Martinu: La revue de cuisine; Bach: CoffeeCantata. Bob Villeneuve, host; Daniel Lichti,baritone; Lesley Andrews, soprano; KeithDiplock, tenor. Waterloo EntertainmentCentre, 24 King St. North, Waterloo. 519-578-1570, 800-265-8977. ; (12 &under, rush all students); (eyeGOl.- 8:00: Mad & Noisy Gallery. Stay Tuned:Creemore 2006 Series. Karyn Ellis; ClarieJenkins opening. 154 Mill St., Creemore.705-466-5555. (advance), O(door).LISTINGS:Opera, Music Theatre, DancePerformances are listed by show titleA Century of Indian Dance. KalanidhiInternational Dance Festival. Runs daily Sep22-0ct 1 (except Sep 25). See daily listings foreach day's program; see Kalanidhi web site forrelated events. Premiere Dance Theatre, Queen'sQuay Tenninal, 207 Queens Quay West (oneevent at Harbourfront Centre Theatre, 231Queens Quay West). 416-9734000. ,;,(sr/st/members CADA, WDA, PACT,TAPA).Anne of Green Gables. King's Wharf Theatre.By Dan Goggin. Sep 1: 8:00, Sep 2: 2:00 &8:00. 97 Jury Dr., Penetanguishene. 705-549-5555. -.Eye of the Storm. Hummingbird Centre forthe Performing Arts. Japanese Taiko, Chinesetraditional, and Taiwanese aboriginal drums &dance. Oct 7-8: 7:30. Hummingbird Centre, 1Front St. East. 416-872-2262. Call for ticketprices.IN(side)time: made in Cagada/fait au Canadaprincess productions/DanceWorksCoWorks. Soon: Louis Laberge-Cote, choreographer;Sean Ling, dancer; Philip Strong, composer.Laurel MacDonald singer. Caecilia: Louis Laberge·Cote, choreographer. Johanna Bergfeld!, dancer.Quator pour la fin du temps: Daniel Belanger,choreographer; Jean-Sebastien Cote, composer(inspired by Oliver Messiaen). Sep 29·30: 8:00.Winchester Street Theatre, 80 Winchester St.416-366-7723. (adv); (door, cash only);(sr/st/CADA).Jack Grunsky. Solar Stage. Musical journeyaround the world, for ages 2 to 8. Oct 1:11 :OOam & 2:00. Solar Stage Children's Theatre,Concourse Level, 4950 Yonge St. 416-368-8031. .Jasper Station. Lighthouse Festival Theatre.By Nonn Foster and Steve Thomas. Sep 1:8:00; Sep 2: 2:00 & 8:00. Lighthouse FestivalTheatre, 247 Main St., Port Dover. 519-583-2221. , (st), (under 13).la Rondine. Opera In Concert. The Swallow,by Giacomo Puccini, lyric comedy in threeacts, libretto by Giuseppe Adami, based on theGerman libretto by Alfred Maria Willner andHeinz Reichert, performed in Italian. Arlene Alvar·ado, Kurt Lehmann & Lydia Skourides, singers;Opera in Concert Chorus, Robert Cooper, director;Jose Hernandez, music director/piano. Oct 1:2:30, 1 :45: Pre-concert talk by lain Scott. JaneMallett Theatre, St. Lawrence Centre for theArts, 27 Front St. East. 416-366-7723, 800-708-6754. ,.Menopause Out loud! Capitol Event Theatre.Book & lyrics by Jeanie Linders. JayneLewis, Nicole Robert, Cynthia Jones, Rose Ryan& Jenny Hall, perfonners. Sep 1: 8:00, Sep 2:2:00 & 8:00, Sep 3: 2:00. Capitol Event Theatre,2492 Yonge St. 416-872-1111. .95.Monty Pythons Spamalot. Mirvish Productions.Book by Eric Idle, music by Eric Idleand John Du Prez, Spamalot tells the tale of KingArthur and his knights of the Round Table as theyembark on their quest for the Holy Grail, facingflying cows, killer rabbits & taunting Frenchmen.With Michael Siberry, Bradley Dean, Tom Deck·man, Jeff Dumas, Pia C. Glenn, Christopher Gurr,Richard Holmes & David T umer; Mike Nichols,director. Sep 1-12. Tue-Sat: 8:00, Wed, Sat &Sun: 2:00. Canon Theatre, 244 Victoria St. 416-628-5602. -0.Nonsense. Schoolhouse Theatre St.Jacobs. Book, music & lyrics by Dan Goggin.Starring Karen K. Edissi; Marc Richard, director/choreographer. Sep 20-Dec 31 : 2:00 & 8:00shows, call for details. Schoolhouse Theatre, 11Albert St., St. Jacobs. 519-638-5555, 888-449-4463. ; (preview); (18 & under);(group 20 or more).Oliver! Stratford Festival. Music & lyrics byLionel Bart. Sep. 1-0ct. 29, various dates andtimes. Festival Theatre, 55 Queen St., Strat·ford. 800-567-1600. Call for ticket prices.Opera Briefs 6. Tapestry New OperaWorks. Alexander Dobson, Carla Huhtanen,Keith Klassen, Jessica Lloyd, singers; Tom Diamond,director; Alexander Cann, conductor. Sep22-23: 8:00. Tapestry Studio, Studio 316, Building58: The Cannery, 55 Mill Street. 416-537-6066 x221 . ; (adv).Orange Clouds. MusicaNoir Ensemble. Partof the Fabulous Festival of Fringe FilmMultimedia,a work by filmmakers John Greyson & GeoffreyPugen, music composed by Bongani Ndodana­Breen, a study of the cultural capital of "firstness".With a chamber ensemble; ChantelleGrant, Vanya Abrahams & Ray McKenna, singers.Sep 3: 8:00 (sundown). Symphony Barn,#393889 Concession 2 EGR, 3 km. north ofGrey Road 4, Durham. 519-369-3692. (with 40-page libretto text).Puss 'n' Boots. Solar Stage. Adapted by WilliamMartyn, for ages 3 to 8. Oct 7 -8, 14-15, 21-22: 11 :OOam & 2:00. Solar Stage Children'sTheatre, Concourse Level, 4950 Yonge St. 416-368-8031 . ; OIDct 7).WWW. THEWHOLEN OTE.COM SEPTEMBER 1 - O CTOBER 7 2006

Reefer Madness: The Musical. Hart HouseTheatre. Music by Dan Studney, lyrics by KevinMurphy, book by Kevin Murphy & Dan Studney,Canadian premiere. Elenna Mosoff, director. Sep15-16, 20-23, 27-29: 8:00; Sep 30: 8:00 &12:00 midnight (Nuit Blanche event). Hart HouseTheatre, 7 Hart House Circle. 416-978-8849.; $12(sr/st).Rock and Roll. Red Barn Theatre. "TheMonarchs," a Nova Scotia band once locally biggerthan the Beatles, reunite three decades later;seven players sing and play, and two additionalmusicians. Written by John Gray. Loretta Bailey,Todd Duckworth, Daniel Richard Giverin, P. Rob·ert Hughes, Frank Mackay, Paul Rainville, castmembers; Michael Bianchin, director. Sep 1:8:00, Sep 2: 2:00 & 8:00. Red Barn Theatre,991 Lake Drive, Jackson's Point. 905-722-3249, 1-888-733-2276. ; (sr/st/mat);(12 & under); group rates.Saudes do Brazil (Memories of my Brazil).Harbourfront Centre/Newton MoraesDance Theatre. Contemporary dance, exploringBrazilian & Latin American Cultures. NewtonMoraes, artistic director. Sep 14-16: 8:00; Sep14-15: 1:00. Harbourfront Centre Theatre, 231Queens Quay West. 416-973-4000. ,;(sr/st/CADA); $12(schools matinee).Snow White. Solar Stage. Adapted from theBrothers Grimm by William Martyn, for ages 4-10. Sep 9-10, 16-17, 23-24, 30: 11 :OOam &2:00. Solar Stage Children's Theatre, ConcourseLevel, 4950 Yonge St. 416-368-8031. ;(Sep9).Snow Whfte's Summer Adventure. Theatreby the Bay. By Clark Harris. Sep 1: 12:00noon & 3:30, Sep 2: 10:30am. Mac- Laren ArtCentre, 37 Mulcaster St., Barrie. 866- 735-9243. .Sophie Tucker: last of the Red Hot Mamas.Victoria Playhouse Petrolia. Sep 1:8:00, Sep 2: 2:00 & 8:00. By Valerie Boyle. VictoriaHall, 411 Greenfield St., Petrolia. 519-882-1221..South Pacific. Stratford Festival. Music byRichard Rodgers, lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II.Sep 1-Nov 12, various dates and times. AvonTheatre, 99 Downie St., Stratford. 800-567-1600. Call for ticket prices.Tang Concubines. 2nd Chinese PerformingArts Festival. Action-Musical, 100 performers,600 costumes. Sep 7-16: various times, call fordetails. Wendy Zhao, pipa; Yongli, guzheng. MainStage, Toronto Centre for the Arts, 5040 YongeSt. 416-872- 1111. -.The Golden Apple. Shaw Festival. 20thcentury retelling of Homer's Odyssey & Iliad.Music by Jerome Morass, book & lyrics by JohnLatouche; Paul Sportelli, director. Oct 1, 7: 1 :00.Rehearsal Studio, Festival Theatre, 1 O Queen'sParade, Niagara-on-the-Lake. 800-511-7429..The land of I Told You So. Shrimp MagnetTheatre Company. A musical tale of a girl whoignores advice and ends up with an apple treegrowing from her ears, includes dances, maskwork & audience participation, for ages 4-9, directedby Kate Keenan, written by Kate Keenan &Lesley Halferty, composed by Ian Goodhue, choreographedby Lindsay Milakovic. Sep 1-4:1 l:OOam, 12:00 noon, 1 :00 & 2:00. LagoonTheatre, Centre Island. 416-262-1178. PWYC( per person suggested). *WEATHER PER­MITTING*The lord of the Rings. Mirvish Productions.Lyrics by Shaun McKenna and MatthewWarchus; music by A. R. Rahman and Varttinawith Christopher Nightingale. Sep. 1-3. Princessof Wales Theatre, 300 King St. W. 416-872-1212. -S 125.The Mikado. Huron Country Playhouse. ByGilbert and Sullivan. Sep 1: 2:00, Sep 2: 2:00 &8:00. RR#l, Grand Bend. 519-238-6000.-.The Palace of the Cinnabar Phoenix. PatriaMusic/Theatre Projects. By R. MurraySchafer. Eleanor James, mezzo; Eric Shaw,James Mclennan, tenors; Bruce Kelly, baritone &other performers. Sep.1-3, 6-9: 6:30. HaliburtonForest. 416-596-8585. , (sr/st),family rates.The Wandering Jew. Ashkenaz Festival.By Alexander Shisho. Boris Sichon, multiple instruments/movement/voice/adaptation.Sep 4:2:00. Studio Theatre, York Quay Centre, 235Queens Quay West. 416-973-4000. .Twist and Shout: The British Invasion.Drayton Festival Theatre. Musical reviewfeaturing classic songs by The Beatles, Gerry &the Pacemakers, The Hollies, The Kinks, TheRolling Stones & many others. Sep 5-0ct 28:2:00 & 8:00 shows, call for details. DraytonFestival Theatre, 33 Wellington St. South, Drayton.519-638-5555, 888-449-4463. ;S29(preview); (18 &under); (group 20 ormore).Vegas Knights. Lighthouse Festival Theatre.Musical tribute to the crooners. Sep 5: 8:00,Sep 6: 2:00 & 8:00; Sep 7: 2:00. LighthouseFestival Theatre, 24 7 Main St., Port Dover.519-583-2221. , (st), S 15(under 13).Video Games live. Massey Hall. Orchestrasand choirs perform music from the most popularvideo games, along with video footage. Sep 1:7:00. 15 Shuter St. 416-872-4255. .50-.50.Wagner's Ring Cycle (Cycle 1 begins).Canadian Opera Company. Der Ring desNibelungen by Richard Wagner; see CDC web sitefor related events. Pavlo Hunka, Susan Bullock,Adrianne Pieczonka & other performers; RichardBradshaw, conductor. Sep 12: 7:00 & Sep 13:7:00 & Sep 15: 2:00 & Sep 17: 2:00. FourSeasons Centre for the Performing Arts, 145Queen St. West. 416-363-8231 . S 1400-00,limited; S350-5(single performances,limited). *SOLD OUT*Wagner's Ring Cycle (Cycle 2 begins).Canadian Opera Company. Der Ring desNibelungen by Richard Wagner; see CDC web sitefor related events. Pavlo Hunka, Frances Ginzer,Susan Bullock, Adrianne Pieczonka & otherperformers; Richard Bradshaw, conductor. Sep19: 7:00 & Sep 20: 7:00 & Sep 22: 2:00 & Sep24: 2:00. Four Seasons Centre for the PerformingArts, 145 Queen St. West. 416-363-8231.00-00, limited; S350-5(singleperformances, limited).Wagner's Ring Cycle (Cycle 3 begins).Canadian Opera Company. Der Ring desNibelungen by Richard Wagner; see CDC web sitefor related events. Pavlo Hunka, Susan Bullock,Adrianne Pieczonka & other performers; RichardBradshaw, conductor. Sep 26: 7:00 & Sep 27:7:00 & Sep 29: 2:00 & Oct 1: 2:00. FourSeasons Centre forthe Performing Arts, 145Oueen St. West. 416-363-8231. S 1400-00,limited; S350-5(single performances,limited).Jazz in the ClubsAbsolute LoungeHilton Suites Toronto/Markham Conference Centre& Spa, 8500 Warden Avenue, Markham,Tel: + 1-905-4 70-8500Sep 3 Jim Finlayson Trio. Sep 5 KC2. Sep 6Rob Christian. Sep 7 Markham Gang Jazztet.Sep 9 June Garber and Bernie Senensky. Sep10 KC2. Sep 11 Starry Nights. Sep 13Markham Gang Jazztet. Sep 14Jim FinlaysonTrio. Sep 15 Rob Christian. Sep 17 StarryNights. Sep 18 Markham Gang Jazztet. Sep19 June Garber and Bill King.Alleycatz2409 Yonge St. 416-481 -6865Every Mon Salsa Night. Every Tue ChrisPlock. Every Wed Jasmin Bailey and Co. EveryThu Peppa Seed.Sep 1, 2 ladyKane. Sep 8, 9Soular. Sep 15,Soular. Sep 16 Groove Matrix. Sep 22 ladyKane. Sep 23 DiscoNightw. Neon Crush. Sep27 ladyKane. Sep 28 Groove Matrix. Oct 6lady Kane. Oct 7 Soular.Arbor RoomHart House@the University of Toronto, 7 HartHouse Circle. 416-978-2452Ben Wicks424 Parliament St. 416-961-9425www.benwickspub.comBlack Swan154 Danforth Ave. 416-469-0537Boiler House55 Mill St. 416-203-2121Cameron House408 Queen St. 416-703-0811C'estWhat67 Front St. EEvery Wed Hot Fa' GhandiEvery Sat (matinee) The Hot Five JazzmakersCervejaria Downtown842 College St. 416-588-0162Every Wed The Jay Danley Quintet.Chick 'n' Deli744 Mount Pleasant Rd. 416-489-3363www.chickndeli.comEvery Tue Jam Night.Sep 4 Advocats Big Band. Sep 7 -9 Groove Matrix.Sep 14-16 The Zoo.Club Caya Coco304 Richmond St. W. 416-595-9000Every Fri, Sat. Michael Kleniec.Commensal655 Bay St. 416-596-9364Music Fridays & Saturdays 6:30 pm · 9:30 pmNo Cover ChargeSep 1 Beverly Taft. Sep 2 leon Kingstone. SepB Warren Greig. Sep 9 Dan Eisen. Sep 15 DoubleA Jazz Trio. Sep 16 Chris McKhool Sep 22Elizabeth Shepherd. Sep 23Dan Farrell. Sep 29Ryan Oliver. Sep 30 Dan Eisen.The Concord Cafe937 Bloor St. W. 416-532-3989.Gate403403 Roncesvalles Ave. 416-588-2930www.gate403.comSep 1 Suzana Da Camara Jazz Band. Sep 2Hogtown Syncopators Band. Sep 3 VaughanMisener Jazz Brunch, 3J Jazz Trio, String Theory.Sep 4 Scott Kemp Jazz Collective. Sep 5James Thomson and Julian Fauth Blues Duo.Sep 6 Kenny ladyshewsky and fiobert Murphy.Sep 7 The Peddlers. Sep 8 David fiotundo andJimmy Helverson. Sep 9 Bill Heffernan and hisfriends, Son Robert Nu Blues Band. Sep 10Amanada Martinez la tin Jazz Duo, VaughanMisener Jazz Brunch, 3J Jazz Trio, CocktailJazz Band. Sep 11 Brendan Cassidy Jazz Trio.Sep 12 James Thomson and Julian Fauth BluesDuo. Sep 13 Michael Bogusky Piano Solo, DaveandleviJazzDuo. Sep 14MartinAucoinJazzPiano Solo. Sep 15 Jeff Peacock and Jack Mc­Fadden Jazz Duo. Sep 16 Bill Heffernan andFriends, Amanda Martinez la tin Jazz Duo. Sep17 Vaughan Misener Jazz Brunch, JJ Jazz Trio,PeterHillJazzDuo. Sep 18 VictoriaSanjanaJazz Duo. Sep 19 James Thomson and JulianFauth Blues Duo. Sep 20 Michael Boguski PianoSolo, Amy Medvick. Sep 21 Kristine Schmitt,Jui/an Fauth and Sam Petite Blues Trio. Sep 22JohnDeehanJazz Trio. Sep 23Bil/Heffernanand his Friends, "CANO" Blues: Dave Burt BluesOuintet. Sep 24 Vaughan Misener Jazz Brunch,3J Jazz Trio, Elizabeth Shepherd Jazz Band.Sep 25 Tom Juhas Duo. Sep 26 James Thomsonand Julian Fauth Blues Duo. Sep 27 MichaelBoguskiPianoSolo,BluesCanoe. Sep 28KevinLaliberte. Sep 29 "Sabor" Latin Band. Sep 30Bill Heffernan and his Friends, Sum of 5ive.Graffitti's Bar and Grill170 Baldwin St. 416-506-6699Every Wed. 6-8 James and Jay.Grasshopper Jazz and Blues Bar460 Parliament St. 416-323-121 OGrossman's Tavern379 Spadina Ave.416-977-7000www.grossmanstavern.comEvery Mon laura Hubert Band. Every WedMikeMacDonaldOpenStageJam. Every SatThe Happy Pals. Every Sun Nicola VaughanAcoustic Jam, The Nationals with Brian Caber.Sep 15 Coldsweat. Sep 16 Zed Heal with NeilChapman. Sep 21 Dick Ellis fievival Sep 22loose Wires. Sep 23 Tone Dogs. Sep 29 FrankieFoo.Home Smith BarThe Old Mill, 21 Old Mill Rd.416-236-2641www.oldrrilltoronto.comSep 1 Prince Cave Duo. Sep 8 Rob CampbellTrio. Sep 15 Doug Watson Trio. Sep 22 BobParkins Duo. Sep 29 Suzana Da Camara Trio.Oct 6 Christopher Plock Trio.Hot House CafeMarket Square. 416-366- 7800Jazz brunch every Sunday, with the Ken ChurchillOuartet.Kristoria French Fine Dining104 Surrey Street E. Guelph519-829-3265Sep 9 The Brenda lewis and Margaret StoweVocal-Guitar Classic Jazz Duo.Le Saint Tropez315 King St. W. 416-591-3600Live music 7 days a week.Lula Lounge1585 Dundas W. 416-588-0307www.lula.caSep 1 Cuban Fridays w. Caribe Son! Sep 2 ladySony Articulo Veinte. Sep 3 Twenty Something:Up and Coming Jazz Stars. Sep 4 Cuban Fridaysw. Cafe Cubano. Sep 8 Babes in Jazz/and. Sep9 Salsa Saturday w. Cache. Sep 10 Rob Curto 'sForro For All Sep 14 Bryan Vargas and Ya Esta.Sep 15 Bryan Vargas and Ya Esta. Sep 15Kol/age. Sep 16 Salsa Saturday w. Cafe Cubano.Sep 21 Small World Music Festival- FiammaSEPTEMBER 1 O CTOBER 7 2006WWW. TH EWHOLENOTE.COM49

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