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Volume 12 - Issue 6 - March 2007

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eceive a weekly wage and must be18-30 years old and Canadian citizensto apply. The NAO has graduatednearly 1,000 students who havegone on to perform with ensemblesand orchestras all over the orwww.brottmusic.comNATIONAL ARTS CENTRESUMMER Music INSTITUTE{Ottawa)June 8-July 1Canada's National Arts Centre'sSummer Music Institute and Institutefor Orchestral Studies in Ottawa,Canada, under the artistic directionof Maestro Pinchas Zukerman,along with Patinka Kopec, Co-ArtisticDirector of the Young Artists Programmeand Kenneth Kiesler, Directorof the Conductors Programme.Applications are now being acceptedfor: 1st Annual Institute ofOrchestral Studies, 2007-2008 Season;9th Annual Young Artists Programmefor strings, winds, piano,June 8-July 1; 7th Annual ConductorsProgramme, June 17-28.613-947 · 7000 x568www.nac-cna.caior Camp (grades 3 - 8) and SeniorCamp (grades 8 - 12). Both campsoffer a complete Band/Orchestralprogram, Music Theatre and JazzCamp. All levels of musicians areinvited to participate at NMC frombeginners to advanced levels. Weoffer a Beginning Instrument programGunior Division only) for allwoodwind, brass and strings aswell as a Suzuki Strings option. Inaddition to music, campers havethe opportunity to participate inamazing camp activities includingwater skiing, canoeing/kayaking,ropes course, land sports, A&C, golfis now registering for itsSUMMER MUSIC THEATRE PROGRAMFOR TEENS+ (13-21) JULY 3-27, 2007~'fl'TI classes in singing, acting, dancing..,.. ·~;;j1\ This year's production is SEUSSICAL1';;-}-": by Lynn Ahrens and Stephen FlahertyJune 24-August 8416-532-4470 www.nyoc.orgNATIONAL Music CAMPOF CANADA {Longford Mills, ON)August 19-September 2National Music Camp has been providingyoung musicians fromacross Canada a spectacular musicaland camping experience for 42years! We offer two sessions, jun-and many more! No STRINGS THEATRE -416-482-2475 Music THEATRE FOR (Toronto)July 3-27THE NATIONAL YOUTHNo Strings Theatre aims to provideORCHESTRA OF CANADAan opportunity for teens+. {13-21)Founded in 1960, the NYOC was to be involved in musical theatreestablished as an educational and to develop their performancebody with the objective of preparingskills as well as experience the be­young Canadian musicians for hind the scenes ins and outs ofcareers as professional orchestral putting on a full stage production.players. Based on nationally held The four-week intensive includesauditions, successful candidates classes in singing, acting and dancingwill be given the opportunity toand culminates in a fully­participate in the NYOC regardless staged production. This year's productionof economic or geographic Seussical by Lynn AhrensAll musicians are awarded and Stephen Flaherty. The programscholarships to help cover the runs fromjuly 3-27, 2007 at The Firstcosts of the NYOC training session. Unitarian Church, 175 St Clair Ave.The summer session and tour offersW Performances will be July 25 &more hours of training in or­26 at the Al Green Theatre, 750chestral playing in one summer than Spadina Ave (at Bloor).most universities offer in a year.416-588-5845Faculty members of the NYOC comewww.nostringstheatre.comfrom prominent orchestras throughoutEurope and North America.1 ) lJt~ July 25 & 26, 2007 *b~ . Al Green Theatre Miles NactaJCC---- ( 416) 588-5845 www.nostringstheatre.comNo1m1ToRoNToINSTITUTE OF MusicJuly-AugustThe North Toronto Institute of Musicis offering many exciting programsduring the summer. Five dayjazz camps consisting of lessons,jazz theory, band and final performanceshould attract many jazzenthusiasts. Theory in all subjectsand levels is available both in intensivethree-week courses for RCMexams in August, and in regularclasses. String orchestral rehearsalsand performance are also offeredin one week intensive classes. Regularprivate lessons in voice and mostinstruments continue from the beginningof July to the middle of August.All courses are taught byhighly qualified professionals,among them many award-winningperforming artists.416-488-2588 www.ntimusic.cominfo@ntimusic.comRCM COMMUNITY SrnooL -SUMMER PROGRAMS {Toronto)June-AugustParents & Babies or Young Children:Music With Your Baby TM - for parentsand babies 1-36 months; Eurhythmics{3-5 years). PreparatoryMusic {3-5 years). Children & Youth:String Quartets & Small Ensembles(all ages); Music Theatre Camp;Beginner Guitar Class; Kodaly &Orff Class. Teens & Adults: PianoDuo/Duet Class; Piano ConcertoClass; Sight Reading Under Pressure;Rock Band Jam; Scratch fromScratch: DJ Fundamentals; Guitar,Electric Guitar, Electric Bass;SteelPan; Songwriting; MusicTheatre Camp; Music Theory &History; Introduction to Singing;Opera Scene Study; Choirs. ForTeachers: Kodaly, Orff, and DalcrozeEurhythmics; NEW! Apprenticeshipin Orff Teacher Training;World Music: An Orff Perspectivewith Doug ONTARIO CHAMBERMusic INSTITIJTEAppleby College {Oakville)August 6-19The Southern Ontario ChamberMusic Institute provides string andpiano musicians with an in-depthstudy of chamber music under thedirection of an internationally-acclaimedfaculty - Penderecki StringQuartet, Tokai String Quartet, DukeTrio, Katherine Rapoport, MichaelSchulte and, composer-in-residence,Dr. Kelly-Marie Murphy.The two week intensive programNATIONAL ACADEMY ORCHESTRACanada's leading professional training I nationalacademyorchestra.comBoris Brott, Artistic Director I Hamilton, ONBrott Music Festival's orchestra in residence May 7 to Aug. 23Season Finale: Mahler's "Symphony of a Thousand"August 23 I Hamilton Place64 WWW.THEWHOLENOTE.COM M AR CH 1 - A PR I L 7 2007

- August 6 thru 19 - takes place atAppleby College in Oakville, Ontario.Students and faculty stay inresidence in a dedicated dormitorywith access to cafeteria, rehearsalfacilities and concert hall. The programincorporates a 4-Concert SummerSeries featuring PendereckiString Quartet, Tukai String Quartet,Duke Trio, Student Showcase.905-842-5865 www.socmi.orgSUMMER Music FESTIVAL -Suzmu KINGSTONSt. Lawrence CollegeJuly 1-13Students and teachers from aroundthe world convene in Kingston fortwo weeks of intensive instruction,coaching and entertainment. Instrumentlessons are available for allages in piano, violin, viola, cello,flute, recorder, guitar and many enrichmentclasses. The Music TheatreProgram presents one of thegreatest Gilbert and Sullivan operettas,H.M.S. Pinafore, awash withpoignant humor, elegant tradition,and rapturous music. Also offered isthe new Jump into Jazz programfeaturing internationally acclaimedChase Sanborn; instrumentswanted: trumpet, saxophone,trombone, guitar, bass, piano,and drums/percussion. Otherprograms include Voice, Teen Program,Teacher Development Programs;Suzuki and Bigler-Lloyd­Watts Mastering the Piano.613-542-1486 or 888-283-1539www.morethanmusic.comSUMMER OPERA LYRIC THEATREThe Edward Jackman Centre(Toronto); June-AugustFounded in 1988, SUMMER OPERALYRIC THEATRE (SOLT)'s mandateis to promote musical and dramaticeducation showcasing artists in allstages of development through avariety of innovative and challengingoperatic repertoire. SOLT bringstogether young vocalists, students,professional singers and high-profileteachers in a unique program thatcombines learning and performingin a professional environment.SOLT's workshop productions providevaluable experience andinsights to participants by combiningmusic rehearsals , masterclasses, discussions, lectures andstaging rehearsals, culminating intwo weeks of performances at theRobert Gill Theatre. Summer OperaLyric Theatre and Research Centreis a not-for-profit organization.416·922·2912 www.solt.caT AFELMUSIK BAROQUESUMMER INSTITUTEFaculty of Music, U of TJune 1-14Join some of the world's finestmusicians in the field ofbaroque performancefor this 14-day trainingprogramme in instrumental and vocalperformance practice. Classes areoffered in strings, woodwinds, harpsichord,lute and voice. A programmefor conductors/directors is alsoavailable. Taught by Tafelmusikmusicians and guest faculty: master-classes,orchestra/choir rehearsals,chamber ensembles, private lessons,lectures, opera workshops, conr>'~ Thornhm Chamber Mu§k Ilnstitutcpi~~I 1iStr ings, cl assical guitar,woodwinds, voice, piano,brass,.\ges 8 - 17:apprenticeship programfor ages 18 - 26o Festival Concert Serieso ( 'oachcd Ensemblest o Composition Classesio Choral Programo Larger Chamber Groupso 01 yrnpic Sports Coach0 Heritage Musicianso Professional Facultyo Na tural \looded Settingl11di\idualizcd pro~ramsfor all lcH•ls & intcmiH· siud~fo r achann :d pla' er"''Gretchen Anncr (905) 770-9059 or visit ,'certs. Advanced students. pre-professionaland professional musiciansare invited to apply by March 30,2007.416-964-9562 x241www.tafelmusik.orgTHORNHILL CHAMBERMusic INSTITIJTEJuly 16-27Thornhill Chamber Music Institute,began in 1991 is a two-weekdaily summer program. Studentsfrom 8-17, and apprentices from 18-24 work together with professionalmusician-coaches. Dailysports, stretches for musicians,rhythmic challenges, composition,choral singing, renaissance groupand chamber orchestra in additionto small ensembles and fiddlingall provide a comprehensive andrich learning experience for all.TCMI takes place in a beautifulwooded setting at the TorontoWaldorf School. The family-type atmosphereincludes many levels ofmusical abilities and a non-competitivesharing feeling is enjoyedby everyone. There are several performancesby students, apprenticesand faculty.905-770-9059'SOU T HERN O NTA RIOTORONTO ALL-STAR BIG BANDSUMMER PROGRAMJune 18-September 1This exceptional summer music programengages young instrumentaland vocal jazz musicians aged 15 to22 in a challenging rehearsal andperformance environment. Dailyrehearsals, workshops and masterclasses are combined with an extensiveconcert schedule including localprogramming and out of towntouring. Positions in the 17-pieceband and 5-member vocal group areearned by audition (April 14), andparticipants may be rewarded withbursaries equivalent to summer studentemployment. A spectacular incubatorfor emerging professionals,this program gives young musiciansthe edge as they enter the competitivearts scene.416-231-5695www.torontoallstarbigband.comTORONTO DIOCESANCHOIR SCHOOL FOR GIRLSTrafalgar Castle School (Whitby)August 5-19905-727-9009 tbrowning@bss.on.caTORONTO DISrnicr ScttooL BoARD- DOWNfOWN SUMMER SOUNDS/STRINGS/BANDCH A MB E R MU S IC I NST I T U TESUMMER PROGRAM - AUGUST 6 - 19, 2007Immerse yourself into theultimate chamber music experience !!Join us for a two-week intensive progra m ofstudy under the mentorship ofour internationally-ac claimed fac ultyRESIDEN T ENS EM BLESPenderecki String QuartetAug 7- 11 C O NCERT Aug 9Tokai String QuartetAug 13-15 & Aug 18-19 CONCERT Aug 14The Duke TrioAug 16-18 C O NCERT Aug 16VISITI NG A RTISTSKatharine RapoportMichael SchulteC OMPOSER-IN-RESIDENC EDr. Kelly-Marie MurphyThe program takes place within the fac ilitiesand grounds of the lakefront property ofOakville's Appleby CollegeFor more information and applic ationinfo@socmi.orgwww.socmi.org905-842-5865M ARC H 1 - APRIL 7 2 007 WWW. 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