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Volume 12 - Issue 5 - February 2007

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Antonio Lopezrios.

Antonio Lopezrios. Planned works are: Mass:Manuel de Sumaya (Mexican baroque); CancionesPopulares: Carlos Guastavino (4 parts choir); Sonde la Loma: Miguel Matamoros (Cuban sorigl;Madrigal: Ventura Romero (Mexican popular songin arrangement); El sinaloense Severino Briseno(Mexican song from the north of Mexico). North·ern District Library, 40 Orchard View Blvd. 416·421-0779. members, non-members;*February 1010:30am·1:00: Toronto Men·delssohn Choir. Singsation Saturdays ChoralWorkshop: Gospel Singing. Workshop, led by KarenBurke, on how to respond tci cues & hand signals inorder to elicit some exuberant singing in the Gospeltradition. Cameron Hall, Yorkminster Park Church,1585 Yonge St. 416-598-0422 x24. .*February 10 2:00-4:00: Long & Mclluade .., Heart of the Horn Clinic Series. Kathy Mclean:life as a Bassoonist. Kathy will bring her insightson warm-ups, instruments, equipment & thesecrets of reed making, as well ~s preparation ofsolo performances and auditions. Bring your in·strument as ensemble music will be played. 933Bloor St. West. 416·588· 7886. Free.*February 17 2:00-4:00: Long & Mclluade.Heart of the Horn Clinic Series: William Moo/en·beek, saxophonist. Unique perspective on practis·ing, playing & teaching. There will be a selectionof Jupiter saxophones for trial; bring your reeds,mouthpiece & saxophone. 933 Bloor St. West.416-588· 7886. Free.*February 17 3:00-5:00: Canadian MusicCentre IT oronto Wind Orchestra, CMC Pro·fessional Reading. Musicians from the orchestra& conductor Tony Gomes will \NOrkshop KyeMarshall's Brass Ouintet No.1 & Gabriel Major·Marothy's Whirlwind Dances, followed by anopen discussion with the composers, performers& conductor. Laidlaw Hall, Upper Canada College,200 Lonsdale Rd. 416-961-6601 x207. Free.~CITIZEN MASTER CLASSwith the St. Lawrence String QuartetMonday March 26 at 7 pmJane Mallett Theatreof the St. Lawrenc.eCentre for the ArtsThe quartet will hearand coach adultamateur ensembles.To apply, please send a one p~ge or less email toadmin@music-toronto.com identifying players andinstruments and a movement or brief work you planto play.•February 18 12 noon - 6pm: MicahBarnes. Performance Skills for Singers. One dayintensive workshop coached by Micah Barnes.Performance issues like stage fright, interpreta·lion & presentation in a master class setting.Class size is limited- please book in advance.Winchester Street Theatre, 80 Winchester. 416·703-8554, micah@singersplayground.com*February 18 4:00-6:00: CMC/Elora FestivalSingers. CMC Professional Reading. Con·ductor Noel Edison will workshop a cappella cha·ral compositions by Leonard Enns, Emily Hall &Jana Skarecky, followed by an open discussionwith the composers, performers & conductor.Duff's Presbyterian Church, Highway 6 at High·way 401, Guelph. 416-961-6601 x207. Free.•February 23 12:00 noon· 1 Opm: TorontoMass Choir. 3rd Annual Power Up Workshop.Song writing & vocal technique. Open to all. Ban·field Memorial Church, 89 Centre Ave., NorthYork. 905-794-1139, www.tmc.ca ..*February 24 8:30am-5pm: Toronto MassChoir. 3rd Annual Power Up Workshop. Ban·field Memorial Church. See February 23.*February 2410am·12 noon: Claim YourVoice Studio. Free Vocal Workshop. Led by SueCrowe Connolly. Includes basic vocal technique,improv & harmony. Church of the Holy Trinity, 10Trinity Square. 416-523-1154. Free.*February 25 2:00: CAMMAC. MusiCill Reading:Ramirez: Missa Criolla. Led by Antonio Lopezrios.Singers, guitar & percussion. Elliott Hall, ChristChurch Deer Park, 1570 Yonge St. 416421-0779,· www.cammac . ~a , O(non-rrenilers).*February 26 7:30: Toronto Early MusicCentre. Vocal Circle. Recreational reading ofearly choral music. Ability to read music desirablebut not essential. 12 Millbrook Gres. 416-920·5025. Members free, (non·members).·*February 27 8:00: Toronto Folk Singers'Club. An informal group for the purpose of per·formance & exchange of songs. T ranzac Club,292 Brunswick Ave. 416-532-0900:*March 2 7:30- IOpm: Recorder Players'Society. Opportunity for recorder and/or otherearly instrument players to get together incoached groups and play Renaissance & Baroquemusic. Church of the Transfiguration, 111 ManorRd.-East. 416-694-9266. (CAMMAC mem·ber), (non·member).*March 31:00-4:00: Long & Mclluade.Heart of the Horn Clinic Series. Paul Brodie -Suivival in the Trenches- Commando tactics forstaying alive in the arts today. Surviving, self pro·mating, freelancilig & concertizing. Bring your resumeand promotional materials, as well as pen and paper.933 Bloor St. West. 416-588· 7886. Free.*March 4 1 Oam-1 lam: Hannaford YouthBand. Clinic with John Griffiths, tuba. Open tothe public. Jane Mallett Theatre, 27 Front St.East. 905-847-7682. Free. ·*March 4 1 :OD: RCM Community School.Arts for All Series: Rock Band Jam Session withBill Parsons. Jam session open to players.of anyinstrument, and observers. Bring your instrument.Sign up: 12:30pm. Room 314, 90 Croatia St.416-408-2824 x321. Free.*March 4 1 :30-4:00: Toronto Early MusicPlayers Organization. Workshop with Domin·ic Teresi, recorder & winds. Bring any wind in·st rumen I you play. Lansing United Church, 49Bogert Ave. 416· 778· 7777. , members free.•••WeRLDS ef MUSIC TeRONTe•••.;Hands-on Workshopsstart FebruaryAffordable pricesdowntown locationsfeaturingsuba sankaranrodrigo chavezluis maria ochoawaleed abdulhamiddrew gonsalves and othersinfo@worldsofmusic.ca I www.worldsofmusic.ca I 416-588-881354 WWW, THEWHOLENOTE.COMFEBRUARY 1 - MARCH 7 2007

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Inspire yourselfl Barry Living­~ton 416-516-3957. pianoandimprov@yahoo.comMARILYN LERNER is currently accepting a' limited number of advanced piano students for lessonsin jazz and improvisational technique. Downtownlocaiion. lerner@rogers:com 416-944-2557.PIANO LESSONS: All ages, styles - beginner,classical, jazz, pop, RCM exams. Feel the joy ofmaking music! Peter Ness, ARCT. 416-767-9747.ROB CARROLL Jazz and classical guitar instruction,theory, ear training 416-703-5992,www.robcarroll.rsmrecords.comSINGING LESSONS in a friendly environmentwith a qualified teacher- MMus and Prof.essionalPerforming Experience. All Levels Welcome. Call416-200-4721.THEORY LESSONS UofT music graduate.RCM.examiner. Experienced music teacher. Preparationfor RCM exams. Bay and Dundas location.Call M. Molinari at 416-763-2236.THEORY, SIGHT-SINGING, . EAR­TRAINING LESSONS: All grades, RCM examprep (rudiments, harmony, history, counterpoint).Learning can be fun and easy! 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