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Volume 12 - Issue 2 - October 2006

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University Hall, McMaster University,Hamilton. 905-525-9140 x23674. .*October 6 1 Oam: Great RomanticsFestival. Ernst van Dohnanyi: HungarianGenius. James Grymes, speaker. ConvocationHall, 2nd floor University Hall, McMasterUniversity, Hamilton. 905-525-9140x23674. .*October 6 2:30: Great Romantics Festi·val. Liszt and the Mozart Connection. WilliamWright, speaker. Centenary United Church, 24Main St. West, Hamilton. 905-525-9140x23674. .*October 7 1 Oam: Great RomanticsFestival. Liszt and his Pupils: A Legacy onRecord. Jonathan Summers, speaker. Cente·nary United Church, 24 Main St. West,Hamilton. 905-525-9140 x23674. .*October 11 7:00: New Adventures inSound Art.SOUNDplay Artist Talk: LouisDufort. Dufort will take you for a look underthe hood and explain the techniques behind hisintegration of video and sound, demonstratingthe granular-influenced editing techniques andother tricks he does in Max/MSP. 9 OssingtonAve. 416-910-7231. PWYC.*October 12 7:00: New Adventures inSound Art. SOUNDplay Artist Talk: LouisDufort & Wet Gate. The contrast of approach·es to the synthesis of video and image in theSOUNDplay performances are discussed froman aesthetic point of view. Gallery 1313,1313 Queen St. West. 416-910-7231.PWYC.*October 13 8:00: Glastonbury WestProductions. The Passion of Gordon Craig.Lecture on the controversial English stagedesigner, director & reformer, by author &professor Christopher Innes. Performances byactor John O'Callaghan, mezzo Laura Pudwell& dancer Carla Zazzarino will illustrate thelecture at key points. George lgnatieff Theatre,Trinity College, 15 Devonshire Place. Reservations:64 7-439-6506. suggested orpwyc.*October 14 2:30: Glastonbury WestProductions. The Passion of Gordon Craig.George lgnatieff Theatre. See October 13.*October 15 2:00: Toronto Opera Club.Cecilia, the Incredible. Dr. David Stanley­Porter continues his theme on the voice, takingan in-depth look at the career of mezzo CeciliaBartoli. Audio-visual presentation. CDs to bewon. Room 330, Edward Johnson Bldg, 80Queens' Park. 416-924-3940. O(non·members).*October 18, 19 & 20 12:00 noon: Inter·national Bach Festival. Bachtalk. Lunch·time lecture-discussion related to the power... LECTURES, MASTERCLASSES, ... ETCETERAand integrity of Bach's music, offered by Bachscholar Michael Marissen and moderated byCanadian music critic William Littler. WalterHall, Edward Johnson Bldg, 80 Queen's Park.416-862-2224. Free.*October 19 7:00: New Adventures inSound Art. SOUNDplay Artist Talk: VideomusicScreening & Discussion. Join ArtisticDirector Darren Copeland & filmmaker CliffCaines for a sampling of some of the worksfrom the Videomusic screening program todiscuss different approaches to fusing soundand image together into an abstract nonnarrativewhole. Charles Street Video, 65Bell woods Ave. 416-91D·7231. PWYC*October 25 12:10: University of TorontoFaculty of Music. Johann Strauss: DieFledermaus. Symposium on the opera withdiscussion by members of the creative team& excerpts performed by the cast of theNovember production. Walter Hall, 80Queen's Park. 416-978-3744. Free.*October 2911am-12:30: Miles NadalJewish Community Centre. Great JewishComposers: The Origins of Tin Pan Alley.Music appreciation lecture with musician/hostJordan Klapman. MNjcc, 750 Spadina Ave.416-924-6211. (door).*October 30 7:00-9:00: CambridgeCentre for the Arts. How to Enjoy ItalianOpera. Lecture by opera educator lain Scott.45 Thorne Street, Cambridge ON. 519-622-9676. , (members).*October 30 8:00: Toronto WagnerSociety. Author, actor & former opera singerDonald Arthur speaks about his recent translationsof the Memoirs of Hans Hotter. Arts andletters Club, 14 Elm St.www.richard wagner. tripod.com Membersfree, non-members by donation ( to suggested).*November 112:10: University ofToronto Faculty of Music. Lecture demonstrationwith composer James MacMillan.Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park. 416-978-3744. Free.*November 212:10: University ofToronto Faculty of Music. Musicking: ARitual in Social Space. Lecture by ChristopherSmall. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park. 416-978-3744. Free.*November 6 7:00-9:00: CambridgeCentre for the Arts. How to Enjoy FrenchOpera. Lecture by opera educator lain Scott.45 Thorne Street, Cambridge ON. 519-622-9676. , (members).*International Touring Productions. ALittle Night Music. Six lectures by conductorKerry Stratton about various aspects of musicVOCAL TEACHEROpera Singer Elena Ciorici• Provides unique learning experienceof authentic Italian Vocal School• Winner of International Contests -performed in Europe for over 20 years• For beginners and advanced students• Preparation for International Contestsand Conservatory CompetitionFOR DETAILS CALL ELENA CIOR!Cl AT 416.638.1919www.tescuano.comBack to Ad IndexWWW. THEWHOLENOTE .COMand music making, for the music lover whohas always promised him/herself to spendtime learning more about music. Includes liveperformance. Oct 16: Handel; Oct 23:Beethoven, Bruc/r, Oct 30: Diabolus in Music a:The Devil in Music, Nov 6: Angel Voices:Heavenly Music, Nov 13: Mozart and Weber:Redux for Clarinet and String Ouartet; Nov20: Wagner: Brilliance, Beauty and Light. Alllectures 7:30-9:30. North York MemorialCommunity Hall, 5120 Yonge St. 905-886·2185. .50, $ l 59(all 6 lectures).MASTER CLASSES*October 6 6pm-8pm: U of WesternOntario, Don Wright Faculty of Music.Master class with Yehonatan Berrick, violin.Music Bldg 125, UWO, London. 519-661-2111 x80532.*October 7 9:30am-11am: U of WesternOntario, Don Wright Faculty of Music.Master class with Yehonatan Berrick, violin.Music Bldg 345, UWO, London. 519-661-2111 x80532.*October 15 2:30-5:30: Singing Studio ofDeborah Staiman. Master class in musicaltheatre/audition preparation, using textualanalysis and other interpretative tools for the"sung monologue". Yonge & Eglinton area -please call for exact location. 416-483-9532,www.singingstudio.ca Participants ,auditors $ 25.*October 17 11:30am & 2:30: YorkUniversity Department of Music.Masterclass with sopranos Nancy Argenta and IngridAttrot. Open to observers. Recital Hall,Accolade East, 4 700 Keele St. 416-736-5186. Free.*October 17 12:10: University of TorontoFaculty of Music. Voice PerformanceClass. Master class with soprano AdriennePieczonka. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park.416-978-3744. Free.*October 18, 19 & 20 2:00: InternationalBach Festival. Discovery Series. Delvedeeply into Bach's Leipzig Cantatas by observingworking rehearsals & conducting masterclasses with Helmuth Rilling, as he crafts theday's Cantata with the IBF Orchestra, singers& soloists. Walter Hall, Edward Johnson Bldg,80 Queen's Park. 416-366-7723. ,(sr/st).*October 20 2:30: York UniversityDepartment of Music.Lieder master classwith sopranos Nancy Argenta and IngridAttrot. Open to observers. Recital Hall,Accolade East, 4700 Keele St. 416-736-5186. Free.*October 20 3:00: University of TorontoFaculty of Music. Living/Working in NewYork. Master class with Quinsin Nacho ff andTerry Clarke. Open to the public. Boyd NeelRoom, Edward Johnson Bldg, 80 Queen'sPark. 416-978-3744. Free.*October 20 7:00: University of TorontoFaculty of Music. Clarinet master classwith James Campbell. Room 330, EdwardJohnson Bldg, 80 Queen's Park. 416-978-3744. Free.*October 26 11 :30am: University ofToronto Faculty of Music. Master class onWhat has 11 heads and sings?Music for Young Children® (MYC®) classesmotivate and empower parents and children, nurturingfamily bonds and delivering valuable and thoroughlyenjoyable co-learning experiences. Since 1980, MYC hasremained one of the world's leading music-learningsystems-the only child-centered program to integratekeyboard, creative movement, rhythm, singing, eartraining, sight-reading, music theory and composition.MYC helps enhance children's social development andlearning skills, improve memory and expressiveness,and bolster confidence and self-esteem.If you're considering music education for your child, takea look at MYC - the music-learning system of choice formore than 24,000 students throughout North America,Asia and New Zealand.- Th" high note in music learning·~To learn more, contact your local MYC teacher:Kimberly Crawford, BA, MBA,Certified MYC• Coordinatork.crawford@myc.com Tel/Fax: 905.780.6482

operatic repertoire with Lotti Mansouri.Geiger Torel Room, Edward Johnson Bldg, 80Queen's Park. 416-978-3744. Free.*October 29 2:30-5:30: Singing Studio ofDeborah Staiman. Master class in musicaltheatre/a udition preparation, using textualanalysis and other interpretative tools for the"sung monologue". Yonge & Eglinton area -please call for exact location. 416-483-9532,www.singingstudio.ca Participants ,auditors .*November 1 & 2 2:00: University ofToronto Faculty of Music. Master classwith pianist Peter Frankl. Walter Hall, 80Queen 's Park. 416-978-3744. Free.*November 2 9:30am-12:30: U of West·ern Ontario, Don Wright Faculty ofMusic. Master class with Slowinds. Locationtba, UWO, London. 519-661-2111 x80532.... MASTERCLASSES, WORKSHOPS ... ETCETERAWORKSHOPS*October 1 1 :30-4:00: Toronto EarlyMusic Players Organization. Workshop onmusic from the court of Maximilian of Aus·tria, including Isaac, Sen fl & others, withrecorder player Femke Bergsma. LansingUnited Church, 49 Bogert Ave. 416-778·7777. , members free.*October 1 2:00: CAMMAC. MusicalReading. Mozart's Solemn Vespers, forsingers and instrumentalists. Geoff Butler,director. Elliott Hall, Christ Church Deer Park,1570 Yonge St. 416-42 1-0779,www.cammac.ca , O(non-members).*October 6 7:30-topm: Recorder Play·ers' Society. Opportunity for recorder and/orother early instrument players to get togetherin small, informal uncoached groups and playRenaissance & Baroque music. Church of theTrans figuration, 111 Manor Rd. East. 416·694-9266. $ lD(CAMMAC member),$12(non-member).*October 7 8:00: Mill Race Folk Society.Folk Club. Bring your musical instruments,your tunes or just come to listen & participatein this open music club format. Ernie's Road·house Tavern, 7 Queen St. West, Cambridge.519-621-7135. .*October 1410am: Hannaford YouthBand. Clinic with Jens Lindemann, trumpet.Open to the public. Boyd Neel Room, Ed wardJohnson Bldg, 80 Queen's Park. 905-8477682. Free.*October 15 3:00-5:00: Mill Race FolkSociety. British Isles Traditional Folk MusicPub Session. Informal gathering of like mindedmusicians. playing together for fun. RepertoireWholeNote MarketPlaceconsists of mainly English music, with a focuson tune playing . Golden Kiwi, 47 Dickson St.,Cambridge. 519-621-7135.*October 16 9:3 0am-12:30: OntarioRegistered Music Teachers' Associa·tion. Brampton-Bolton-Caledon Branch.Baroque, Classical and Romantic Music.Workshop by clinician Clayton Scott. 16Megan Road, Unit 46. 905-8573256.*October 18 7:30: Toronto ShapenoteSinging from Sacred Harp. Beginnerswelcome. St. Stephen-in-the-Fields, 103Bellevue Ave. 416· 922· 7997 orpleasancecrawford@rogers.com*October 21 toam-1:00: CAMMAC.Beginner Handbells. Workshop with MargaretMetcalfe. Metropolitan United Church, 56Queen St. East. 416-421 -0779. (mem·hers), (non-members).CONTINUESEducationPIANO LESSONSConservatory gradesVoice Lessons CompetitionsBeginner instruments:Violin, Guitar, Flute, ClarinetSong Bird Studios 416-767-8779Hallie Rezsnyak, M Mus EdAffiliate of the Royal Conservalory(Dundas and Keele) /NORTH TORONTO INSTITUTE OF MUSICPrivate instruction and exam ~preparation by qualified teachersin the heart of Toronto.• Piano • Voice • Guitar • Strings• Woodwinds • Percussion • Theory•Music Theatre •Pre-school550 Eglinton Avenue East416-488-2588 www.nlimusic.comPLAY THE FLUTE OR THE RECORDERStudy with Allan Pulker• eleven years' experienceteaching children and teenagersat Etobicoke's KingswayConservatory of Music...:=. ,.,....,_,.

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