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Volume 12 - Issue 10 - July/August 2007

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... CONCERTS: Toronto

... CONCERTS: Toronto and GTALalkens, music director. Robert Gill Theatre,Uo!T, 214 College St. 416-978-7986. . Forcomplete run see music theatre listings.- 8:00: TrypTych. A Summer Comic OperaFest. Three contemporary American one-actoperas, fully staged w/ piano accompaniment.Moore: Gallantry; Kupferman: In a Garden; Argento:The Boor. Edward Franko, stage director, BrettKingsbury, Erica Crino, musical directors. WestHall, Trinity Presbyterian Church, 2737 BayviewAve. 416-763-5066 xl. . For complete runsee music theatre listings.- 9:00pm: Association of ImprovisingMusicians Toronto/Arraymusic. leftoverOay!ight Series. Jazz & improvised music.Arraymusic Studio, Suite 218 (rear door), 60Atlantic Ave. 416-539-8752. - O(slidingscale).- 9:00pm: Tom Juhas. Tam Juhas, w/Mr.Marbles. Guitarist/vocalist in an original jazzproject. Sly Juhas, drums; Chris Gale, sax; JonMeyer, acoustic bass; opening for Friendly Rich &the Lollipop People, & Mississippi Grover. TheTRANZAC, 292 Brunswick Ave. 416-892-5829. cover.Saturday July 28See also Festival Chart page 35- 7:00: Hart House Singers. Inspired byShakespeare. Poems by Shakespeare & Frost setto music by Vaughan Williams, Thompson, Purcell& others. So Takei, accompanist; David Amot­Johnston, conductor. Great Hall, Hart House, 7Hart House Circle, Uo!T. 416-978-2452. Free,food donations for Uo!T Food Bank welcome.- 8:00: Summer Opera Lyric Theatre.Rinaldo. By Handel, in Italian. Raisa Nakhmanovich,music director. Robert Gill Theatre, UofT,214 College St.416-978-7986. . For completerun see music theatre listings.Sunday July 29See also Festival Chart page 35- 2:00: City of Pickering. Treble in the ParkOutdoor Concert Series: Kingston Road Trio.Traditional folk music, bluegrass, country, pop &novelty tunes. Esplanade Park, City Hall, Picker·ing. 9054204660 x2096. Free.- 4:00: Association of Improvising MusiciansToronto/Now Lounge. Jazz & ImprovisedMusic. Showcasing local talent. NowLounge, 189 Church St. 416-769-2841..- 4:00: St James' Cathedral . .Wlllller Sundays.Works by Couperin, Bach. Rachel Mallln, organ. 65Church St. 416-364-7865 x224. Free.- 4:00: Summer Music in the Garden.Na ye Kveytn at an Attn Boym (New Buds on anOld Tree). Contemporary Yiddish songs by London,Gottesman, Alpert, Lerner & others. AdrienneCooper, singer, Marilyn Lerner, piano. TorontoMusic Garden, 4 75 Queens Quay West. 416-9734000. Free. *weather permitting*- 7:00: City of Mississauga. Sunset ConcertSeries. Time approximate, at sunset. Port CreditMemorial Park, 20 Lakeshore Rd. East, Missis·sauga. 905-896-5314. Free.- 7:00: Mississauga Pops Concert Band.My Mississauga Concert Series. MississaugaCivic Centre, Central Library Square, 301 Bum·hamthorpe Rd. West, Mississauga. 905-279·2571. Free.Monday July 30- 12: 15: Music Mondays at Church of theHoly Trinity. Anato!iy Kupriychuk, bassoon,Elena Tchernaia, piano. J.C. Bach: Concerto inc;Bach: Toccata in e (piano); Mozart: Concerto in B·flat. 10 Trinity Square (behind Eaton Ctr). 416·5984521 x304. Donation, suggested min.Tuesday July 31See also Festival Chart page 35- 7:00: Inspirational Impressions. InspirationalMusic in the Park. Joy Lapps "Steel PanPrincess"; & others. Gage Park, 49 Main St.South, Brampton. 416-885-0551 . Free.- 7:00: Oakville Wind Orchestra. CoronationPark Summer Series. Chris Arthurs, conductor.Coronation Park Bandshell, Lakeshore Rd.East of 3rd Line, Oakville. 905-466-9306. Free,donations accepted.- 7:30: Toronto Parks, Forestry & Recreation.Tuesday Night live!: Klez Factor. BarryZukerman Amphitheatre (Rain: Earl Bales Com·munity Centre), Earl Bales Park, 4169 BathurstSt. 416-395-7673. Free.- 8:30: Hugh's Room. Oya Singh. 2261Dundas St. West. 416-531-6604. ;(adv).Wednesday August 01See also Festival Chart page 35- 12:00 noon: City of Toronto. Fresh Wednesdays:I.AN.EYE. Reggae. Nathan Phillips Square,1 OD Queen Street West. 416-395-0490. Free.- 12:30: Yonge-Dundas Square. SummerSerenades: Emilie-Claire Barlow. Jazz vocalist.Yonge & Dundas Sts. 416-979-9960. Free.- 7:00: Twilight Concerts-in-the-Park atApplewood. Etobicoke Community ConcertBand. Grounds of Applewood Homestead, 450The West Mall. 416-622-4124. Free.- 7:30: Artists' Garden Cooperative. PleinAir Garden Salon Concerts: The Vermicelli Ouartet.Classical. The Garden, 345 Balliol St. 416·487-0705. $10. *RAIN or SHINE*Thursday August 02See also Festival Chart page 35- 12:00 noon: City of Toronto. Tasty Thursdays:Selasee. Reggae. Nathan Phillips Square,1 OD Queen Street West. 416-395-0490. Free.- 7:00: Brampton Downtown BusinessAssociation. Thursday Night Concert Series:Marc Ekins. Gage Park, 49 Main St. South,Brampton. 905-874-2936. Free.- 7:00: City of Pickering. Waterfront Concert:The Bungalows. Rock & pop quartet, vocalharmonies, electric guitars & synthesizers.Millennium Square Park, bottom Liverpool Rd.South, Pickering. 9054204660 x2096. Free.- 7:00: Summer Music in the Garden.Garden Grounds. 171h·century music built overground basses (short, repeating dance tunes),including Biber (chor. Sasso): Passacaglia for soloviolin (dance premiere; see Aug 9). Linda Melsted,baroque violin; Boris Medicky, harpsichord; ShaneNeill, baroque cello; Julia Sasso, choreographer;dancer(s). Toronto Music Garden, 4 75 QueensQuay West.416-9734000. Free. *weatherpermitting*Friday August 03See also Festival Chart page 35- 8:00: Yonge-Dundas Square. GlobalGrooves: Canefire. Caribbean Latin Jazz. Yonge &Dundas Sts. 416-979-9960. Free.- 9:00pm: Association of ImprovisingMusicians Toronto/Arraymusic. leftoverDaylight Series. Jazz & improvised music.Arraymusic Studio, Suite 218 (rear door), 6026 WWW.THEW HOLENOTE.COMAtlantic Ave. 416-539-8752. - O(slidingscale).Saturday August 04See Festival Chart page 35Sunday August 05See also Festival Chart page 35- 2:00: City of Pickering. Treble in the ParkOutdoor Concert Series: Reminiscing. The MusicNever Died ... rockabilly, country and good ol'Rock 'n' Roll of Buddy, Roy & Elvis. EsplanadePark, City Hall, 1 the Esplanade, Pickering. 905·4204660 x2096. Free.- 4:00: Association of Improvising MusiciansToronto/Now Lounge. Jazz & ImprovisedMusic. Showcasing local talent. NowLounge, 189 Church St. 416-769-2841..- 4:00: St. James' Cathedral. SummerSundays: Summer De!yhts I. Madrigals and lightorgan music. 65 Church St. 416-364-7865x224. Free.Monday August 06See also Festival Chart page 35- 12: 15: Music Mondays at Church of theHoly Trinity. Opera Up in Flames. Dramaticarias & duets from Puccini (Tosca), VaughanWilliams (Pilgrim's Progress), Wagner (Gotter·dammerung), Verdi (II T rovatore), Bizet (Carmen),Delibes (Lakme), & others. Zelda T umer, soprano;Sue Crowe Connolly, contralto; Konrad Harley,~ano. 10 Trinity Square (behind Eaton Ctr). 416·5984521 x304. Donation, suggested min.Tuesday August 07See also Festival Chart page 35- 7:00: Inspirational Impressions. InspirationalMusic in the Park. Dave Brown, trumpet;Angie Reichenbach and Obey; Brampton WestAlliance Band; Divine Force Company; & others.Gage Park, 49 Main St. South, Brampton. 416·885-0551.Free.- 7:00: Oakville Wind Orchestra. Corona·tion Park Summer Series. Chris Arthurs, conduc·tor. Coronation Park Bandshell, Lakeshore Rd.East of 3rd Line, Oakville. 905466-9306. Free,donations accepted.- 7:30: Toronto Parks, Forestry & Recreation.Tuesday Night live!: Ballet Jurgen. BarryZukerman Amphitheatre (Rain: Earl Bales CommunityCentre), Earl Bales Park, 4169 BathurstSt. 416-395-7673. Free.- 9:30pm: The Parkdale RevolutionaryOrchestra. Chamber Ensemble in Concert.Original material & edgy reworkings of songs byKurt Weill, Brian Eno, Karl Mohr, Wire. Opening:Marco DiFelice; PRO: Kristin Mueller-Heaslip,soprano; Alex Cheung, violin; Kerri McGonigle,cello; Michael Kaler, bass; Jennifer Wardle, sax;Mike Rosenthal, drums. Mitzi's Sister, 1554Queen St. West. 647435-9068. PWYC, suggested.Wednesday August 08See also Festival Chart page 35- 12:00 noon: City of Toronto. Fresh Wednesdays:The Creaking Tree String Ouartet. Americana.Nathan Phillips Square, 100 Queen StreetWest. 416-395-0490. Free.- 12:30: Yonge-Dundas Square. SummerSerenades: Elizabeth Shepherd Trio. Jazz plusjazz.funk, soul, blues, and samba. Yonge & Dun·das Sts. 416-979-9960. Free.- 7:00: Twilight Concerts-in-the-Park atApplewood. Toronto All-Star Big Band.Grounds of Applewood Homestead, 450 TheWest Mall. 416-6224124. Free.- 7:30: Artists' Garden Cooperative. PleinAir Garden Salon Concerts: F!uterra. Classical.The Garden, 345 Balliol St. 416487-0705. $10.*RAIN or SHINE *Thursday August 09See also Festival Chart page 35- 12:00noon: City ofToronto. Tasty Thursdays:Weber Brothers. Folk/blues. Nathan PhillipsSquare, 100 Queen Street West. 416-395·0490. Free.- 7:00: Brampton Downtown BusinessAssociation. Thursday Night Concert Series:The Paul Pacanowski Ouartet. Gage Park, 49Main St. South, Brampton. 905-874-2936. Free.- 7:00: City of Pickering. Waterfront Concert:Don Hall Trio. Jazz, pop and swing arrangements.Millennium Square Park, bottom LiverpoolRd. South, Pickering. 9054204660 x2096.Free.- 7:00: Summer Music in the Garden.Biber RePass. Biber (ch or. Sasso): Passacaglia forsolo violin (see Aug 21, followed by contemporaryimprovisations. Linda Melsted, baroque violin; LoriFreedman, bass clarinet/improvisor; Julia Sasso,dancer/improviser. Toronto Music Garden, 475Queens Quay West. 416-9734000. Free.*weather permitting*- 7:00: Toronto Parks, Forestry & Recreation.Family Fun Summer Festival· The FunkyMamas. 5:00: Activities begin. Barry ZukermanAmphitheatre (Rain: Earl Bales CommunityCentre), Earl Bales Park, 4169 Bathurst St. 416·395-7673. Free.Friday August 10See also Festival Chart page 35- 8:00: Yonge·Dundas Square. GlobalGrooves: Amanda Martinez. Jazz, Latino & Afro.Cuban. Yonge & Dundas Sts. 416-979-9960.Free.- 9:00pm: Association of ImprovisingMusicians Toronto/Arraymusic. leftoverDaylight Series. Jazz & improvised music.Arraymusic Studio, Suite 218 (rear door), 60Atlantic Ave. 416-539-8752. - O(slidingscale).Saturday August 11See Festival Chart page 35Sunday August 12See also Festival Chart page 35- 2:00: City of Pickering. Treble in the ParkOutdoor Concert Series: Pickering CommunityConcert Band. Esplanade Park, City Hall, 1 theEsplanade, Pickering. 905-4204660 x2096.Free.- 4:00: Association of Improvising Musi·cians Toronto/Now Lounge. Jazz & ImprovisedMusic. Showcasing local talent. NowLounge, 189 Church St. 416-769·2841 . .- 4:00: Association of Sound HealingTechnologies and Research. World MusicPeace Concert. Ash' tar Ron Allen, Indian bambooflute, and the Whole Wide World Music Ensem·ble. Upstairs Studio, The Village Healing Centre,240 Roncesvalles Ave. 416-545-7141. ; O(adv) free( ch w/ adult).- 4:00: St. James' Cathedral. SummerSundays: Summer Delights II. The Mahon Sis·ters: trios for a summer afternoon. Rachel Ma·hon, organ. 65 Church St. 416-364· 7865 x224.Free.- 4:00: Summer Music in the Garden.Signs, Games, Messages and Fantasies. 161h-21 " century; Kurtag: Signs, Games and Messag·es; string trios by Beethoven & Klein; & other) ULY 1 - S EPTEMBER 7 2007

works. Rosetta String Trio: Abby Karr, violin;Sarah Darling, viola; Kate Bennett Haynes, cello.Toronto Music Garden, 475 Queens Quay West.416-9734000. Free. *weather permitting*- 7:00: City of Mississauga. Sunset ConcertSeries: Mississauga Pops Concert Band. Timeapproximate, at sunset. Port Credit MemorialPark, 20 Lakeshore Rd. East, Mississauga. 905-896-5314. Free.- 7:30: Weston Silver Band Hosts. TheYoung Ambassadors Brass Band of Great Britain.York Memorial Collegiate Auditorium, 2690Eglinton Ave. West. 416-249-6553. ;$12(sr/st); free( 12 & under).Monday August 13- 12: 15: Music Mondays at Church of theHoly Trinity. Frank Horvat, composer & pianist.Mixed musical styles; Lunch of Aggression toSoothe the Soul. Starsky and Hutch, and Filler Up.10 Trinity Square (behind Eaton Ctr). 416-598·4521 x304. Donation, suggested min.- 1 :00: Roy Thomson Hall/Richburn Entertainment/COSAP.RBC Seniors' Jubilee. 19thAnnual Jubilee, 1,300 age 50 + performers fromacross Ontario, from ballroom to vaudeville,comedy to cabaret. 11 :OOam: Lobby entertainment.60 Simcoe St. 416-8724255. .50·.50.- 8:30: Hugh's Room/Toronto FingerstyleGuitar.Martin Simpson. 2261 Dundas St.West. 416-531-6604. ; (members).Tuesday August 14See also Festival Chart page 35- 1 :00: Roy Thomson Hall/Richburn Entertainment/COSAP.RBC Seniors' Jubilee. RoyThomson Hall. See Aug 13.- 7:00: Inspirational Impressions. InspirationalMusic in the Park. Women Who Win;Wilson Kindred (one-man gospel quartet); Worshipin Steel Band; Heading Home Trio; &others.Gage Park, 49 Main St. South, Brampton. 416-885-0551. Free.- 7:30: Toronto Parks, Forestry & Recreation.Tuesday Night live!: Twilight Serenades.Barry Zukerman Amphitheatre (Rain: Earl BalesCommunity Centre), Earl Bales Park, 4169Bathurst St. 416-395· 7673. Free.Wednesday August 15See also Festival Chart page 35- 12:00 noon: City ofToronto. Fresh Wednesdays:Robin Boers Trio. Jazz. Nathan PhillipsISquare, 100 Queen Street West. 416-395·0490.Free.- 12:30: Yonge-Dundas Square. SummerSerenades: Royal Wood. Pastoral laments tocapering piano pop jubilance. Yonge & DundasSts. 416-979-9960. Free.- 1 :00: Roy Thomson Hall/Richburn Enter·tainment/CDSAP. RBC Seniors' Jubilee. RoyThomson Hall. See Aug 13.- 6:00: Church of Saint Mary Magdalene.Procession & Solemn Mass for the Feast of theAssumption of the Virgin Mary. Machaut: Messede Notre Dame; Dulay: Ave Regina Coelorum.Stephanie Martin, conductor. 477 Manning Ave.416-531-7955. Donations welcome.- 7:30: Artists' Garden Cooperative. PleinAir Garden Salon Concerts: Rhonda Sakich & TimShia. Folk/jazz/pop. The Garden, 345 Balliol St.416-487-D705. $10. *RAIN or SHINE*Thursday August 16See also Festival Chart page 35- 12:00 noon: City ofToronto. Tasty Thursdays:Peter Elkas. Pop/soul. Nathan PhillipsSquare, 100 Queen Street West. 416-395·0490. Free.- 1 :00: RTH/Richburn Entertainment/COSAP. RBC Seniors'Jubilee. Roy ThomsonHall. See Aug 13.- 7:00: Brampton Downtown BusinessAssociation. Thursday Night Concert Series:The Jazz Mechanics. Gage Park, 49 Main St.South, Brampton. 905-874-2936. Free.- 7:00: City of Pickering. Waterfront Concert:FuH Count Blues Band. Rhythm & Blues.Millennium Square Park, bottom Liverpool Rd.South, Pickering. 905420-4660 x2096. Free.- 7:00: Summer Music in the Garden.Thundering Silence. Tradition &innovation, withJapanese taiko drums, bamboo flutes & shamis·en (three-stringed lute). Kiyoshi Nagata Ensemble.Toronto Music Garden, 475 Queens Quay West.416-973-4000. Free. *weather permitting*Friday August 17See also Festival Chart page 35- 1 :00: Roy Thomson Hall/Richburn Enter·tainment/COSAP. RBC Seniors'Jubilee. RoyThomson Hall. See Aug 13.- 8:00: Yonge-Dundas Square. GlobalGrooves: Tasa. Original repertoire inspired bytraditions of India. Yonge & Dundas Sts. 416·979-9960. Free.Young Ambassadors Brass BandofGreat BritainFeaturing so rne of the best young players fromleading brass bands in Great Brit ain,the Young Ambassadors me renowned for theirexciting concerts and dazzling soloists.Don't miss this outsta nding band in llieironly Toronto appearance!Adul1s Seniors I Students $12Children 12 yrs and under freePresented by:WSB'.':i:-:.tc.1n ~1 ve r b .• nJSunday, August 12/07, 7:30 pmYork Memorial Collegiate2690 Eglinton Ave. WestFor tickets and info call 416-249-6553 or visit www.westonsllverband.ca- 9:00pm: Association of ImprovisingMusicians Toronto/Arraymusic. leftoverDaylight Series. Jazz & improvised music.Arraymusic Studio, Suite 218 (rear door), 60Atlantic Ave. 416-539-8752. - O(slidingscale).Saturday August 18SeeFestivalChartpage35Sunday August 19See also Festival Chart page 35- 2:00: City of Pickering. Treble in the ParkOutdoor Concert Series: Andre Roy. Guitar jazzimprovisation with classical, rock, blues & latinstylings. Esplanade Park, City Hall, 1 the Espla·nade, Pickering. 9054204660 x2096. Free.- 4:00: Association of Improvising MusiciansToronto/Now Lounge. Jazz & ImprovisedMusic. Showcasing local talent. NowLounge, 189 Church St. 416-769-2841..- 4:00: St. James' Cathedral. SummerSundays: Summer Delights Ill. Madrigals andlight organ music. 65 Church St. 416-364· 7865x224. Free.- 4:00: Summer Music in the Garden. AMadre de Deus. Medieval Spanish songs in praiseof the Virgin Mary, lively dances & pilgrims'songs from 13th-century Cantigas de SantaMaria. Ensemble La Rota: Sarah Barnes (voice);Tobie Miller, recorderlhurdy gurdy/voice; EstebanLaRotta, lute/harp/voice; Emilie Brule, medievalfiddle. Toronto Music Garden, 4 75 Queens QuayWest. 416-9734000. Free. *weather permit·ting*- 7:00: City of Mississauga. Sunset ConcertSeries. Time approximate, at sunset. Port CreditMemorial Park, 20 Lakeshore Rd. East, Missis·sauga. 905-896-5314. Free.Monday August 20- 12:15: Music Mondays at Church of theHoly Trinity. Ensemble la Rota. Medievalmusic in historically-informed & creative style.Sarah Barnes, soprano; Tobie Miller, recorder/hurdy gurdy/soprano; Emilie Brule, vielle; EstebanLaRotta, lute/harp/tenor. 10 Trinity Square (behindEaton Ctr). 416-5984521 x304. Donation, $ 5suggested min.Tuesday August 21See also Festival Chart page 35- 7:00: Inspirational Impressions. InspirationalMusic in the Park. Worship in MotionDancers; Michelle Jones & Scattered Seed; &others. Gage Park, 49 Main St. South, Brampton.416-885-0551. Free.- 7:30: Toronto Parks, Forestry & Recrea·tion. Tuesday Night live!: Casablanca Orchestra.Barry Zukerman Amphitheatre (Rain: Earl BalesCommunity Centre), Earl Bales Park, 4169Bathurst St.416-395-7673. Free.Wednesday August 22See also Festival Chart page 35- 12:00 noon: City of Toronto. Fresh Wednesdays:Plakaso. Jazzlflamenco. Nathan PhillipsSquare, 100 Queen Street West. 416-395-0490. Free.- 12:30: Yonge-Dundas Square. SummerSerenades: Treasa Levasseur. Broken-heartballads, barroom blues, gospel style inspirationals,raunchy ruck. Yonge & Dundas Sts. 416-979·9960. Free.- 7:30: Artists' Garden Cooperative. PleinAir Garden Salon Concerts: Uqly Bug Band. Folk·Pop. The Garden, 345 Balliol St. 416487-0705.$10. *RAIN or SHINE*Thursday August 23See also Festival Chart page 35- 12:00 noon: City of Toronto. Tasty Thursdays:Papa Duke. World music/Gypsy. NathanPhillips Square, 100 Queen Street West. 416·395-0490. Free.- 7:00: Brampton Downtown BusinessAssociation. Thursday Night Concert Series:The Nashville Songwriters. Gage Park, 49 MainSt. South, Brampton. 905-874-2936. Free.- 7:00: City of Pickering. Waterfront Concert:The Shwa Singers. Enjoy traditional music& drumming while learning the nature of FirstNations beliefs. Millennium Square Park, bottomLiverpool Rd. South, Pickering. 9054204660x2096. Free.- 7:00: Summer Music in the Garden.AMighty Wind. Original compositions & improvisations.David Mott, baritone saxophone. TorontoMusic Garden, 475 Queens Quay West. 416·9734000. Free. *weather permitting*- 7:00: Toronto Parks, Forestry & Recrea·ti on. Family Fun Summer Festival: The DufflebagChildren's Theatre Company. 5:00: Activitiesbegin. Barry Zukerman Amphitheatre (Rain: EarlBales Community Centre), Earl Bales Park, 4169Bathurst St. 416-395-7673. Free.- 8:30: Hugh's Room. Enter The Hagg~.2261 Dundas St. West.416-531 -6604. ;(adv).Friday August 24See also Festival Chart page 35- 9:00pm: Association of ImprovisingMusicians Toronto/Arraymusic. leftoverDaylight Series. Jazz & improvised music.Arraymusic Studio, Suite 218 (rear door), 60Atlantic Ave. 416-539-8752. - O(slidingscale).- 10:00pm: The Parkdale RevolutionaryOrchestra. Chamber Ensemble in Concert.Original material & edgy reworkings of songs byKurt Weill, Brian Eno, Karl Mohr, Wire. Opening:Karl Mohr; PRO: Kristin Mueller-Heaslip, soprano;Alex Cheung, violin; Kerri McGonigle, cello;Jennifer Michael Kaler, bass; Wardle, sax; MikeRosenthal, drums. The TRANZAC, 292 BrunswickAve. 64 7 435-9068. PWYC, $ 5 suggested.Saturday August 25See Festival Chart page 35Sunday August 26See also Festival Chart page 35- 2:00: City of Pickering. Treble in the ParkOutdoor Concert Series: East York Barbershoppers.Harmony singing. Esplanade Park, City Hall,1 the Esplanade, Pickering. 9054204660x2096. Free.- 2:00: Ontario Youth Choir 2007. lnConcert.Edward Moroney, accompanist; RobertCooper, conductor. Eglinton St. George's UnitedChurch, 35 Lytton Blvd. 416-923-1144. $10.- 4:00: Association of Improvising MusiciansToronto/Now Lounge. Jazz & ImprovisedMusic. Showcasing local talent. NowLounge, 189 Church St. 416-769-2841..- 4:00: St. James' Cathedral. SummerSundays: Summer Delights IV. Farewell to sum·mer: Music of the Rococo. 65 Church St. 416·364-7865 x224. Free.- 4:00: Summer Music in the Garden.Cecilia String Duartet. Haydn: String Quartet #1,Op.111); Turina: Serenata for String Quartet;Shostakovich: String Quartet #9. Sarah Nematallah,Sharon Lee, violin; Caitlin Boyle, viola; Rebec·ca Wenham, cello.Toronto Music Garden, 4 75

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