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Volume 12 - Issue 9 - June 2007

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... CONCERTS: Beyond the GTA- 3:30: Ardeleana Chamber Music Society.Blue Bridge Festival of Chamber Music, Poet·ry & Song: Troubadour Stage. Marie-Lynn Hammond,Tom Leighton, & guests. Cedar GroveShelter, Sibbald Point Provincial Park (via ParkOffice Entrance at Hedge & Park Rds). Sutton.905473-1284. , or by donation.- 6:30: Raga Music School. Indian MusicConcert. Neeraj Prem's Ragaffaire, & other per·formers. Unity Church, 21 Rosedene Ave., Hamilton.905-389· 1364. ; (sr/st). Fundraiserfor Western Raga World Music Magazine.- 7:30: Westben Concerts at The Barn. The70's Show in support of Song for Africa. Arearock & folk musicians with 70's favourites Simon& Garfunkel, Carley Simon, James Taylor,Pink Floyd, & others. 6698 County Road 30, 3km NW Campbellford. 705-653-5508, 877-883-5777. ; (st). Proceeds to Song forAfrica AIDS awareness & relief program.- 8:00: Ardeleana Chamber Music Society.Blue Bridge Festival of Chamber Music,Poetry & Song: Gala Festival Concert. Weaver:All Night Beatrice, for flute, cello & piano (premiere);operatic selections by Mozart, Puccini,Bizet; Damase: Sonate en Concert, for flute, cello& piano; Vivaldi: Gloria. Cindy Townsend, so·prano; Ramona Carmelly, mezzo.soprano; FestivalChoir (Knox United Church Choir, Mt.Albert Choir, Village Voices); Blue Bridge FestivalChamber Orchestra; Ardeleana Trio; TonyBrowning, conductor. Knox United Church, 34Market St., Sutton. 905473-1284. ; O(sr/st); free(under 8).- 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo CommunityOrchestra. In Concert. J. Strauss: Tales fromthe Vienna Woods; Schumann: Cello Concerto;Beethoven: Symphony #7. John Helmers, cello;Daniel Warren, conductor. Waterloo ChristianReformed Church, 209 Bearinger Road, Waterloo.519-743-0589. $12; (st/sr).- 8:00: Symphony Hamilton. Sounds of aSummer Night. Mendelssohn: String Octet inE-flat, Dp.20; Beethoven: Wind Octet,Op.103; Handel: Water Music. James R.McKay, conductor. St. Matthew's AnglicanChurch, 126 Plains Rd. East, Burlington. 905-526-6690. ; (sr/st); (under 12).- 8:00: Uxbridge Chamber Choir. Mendelssohn'sElijah. Jonathan Liebich, bass; EdwardNorman, organ; Thomas Baker, director.Trinity United Church, First Ave., Uxbridge.905-852-2676. .Beyond GT A: Sunday June 10-1:00: Brott Music Festival. Chamberfx.travaganza at the Castle. National Academy Dr·chestra Chamber Players, Martin MacDonald,conductor. Dundum Castle, 610 York Blvd., Ham·ilton. 905-525·7664 x16, 888-475-9377. Free.- 2:30: Ardeleana Chamber Music Society.Blue Bridge Festival of Chamber Music, Poet·ry & Song: Alchemy-Classical Transitions.Chamber music & poetry about transitions, flow& love; works by Ravel, Farrenc, Gardiner, &Anderson. Cindy Townsend, soprano; RamonaCarmelly, mezzo.soprano; Ardeleana Trio. KnoxUnited Church, 34 Market St., Sutton. 9054 7J.1284. ; O(sr/st); free(under 8).- 3:00: Hastings and Prince EdwardChildren's Chorus. Onwards We Go ... .Belleville Central Training Choir and YouthChorale; Rudolf Heijdens, conductor. BridgeStreet United Church, 60 Bridge St. East, Bel·leville. 613-476-6531. ; (12 &under).- 3:00: Sharon Temple Museum Society.Music at Sharon: Elora Festival Singers.Beckwith: Sharon Fragments; Gould: So YouWant to Write a Fugue?; Buhr: Richot Mass(movements); & other works. Noel Edison,conductor. Sharon Temple, 18974 Leslie St.,Sharon. 416·598-3375. .-3:00: Tapestry Chamber Choir. Tour deFrance! Faure: Messe Basse; works by Charpenti·er, Gounod, Delalande. Andrew Slonetsky, director.St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, 484 WaterSt., Newmarket. 905-836-8589. ;(sr/st); free(18 & under).- 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber MusicSociety. WindFest Concert #2: Wind Festplayers, with Stephanie Mara, piano. Krommer:Partita, for wind octet, Op.69; Hummel: DieEselshaut (opera, arr. for wind octet); Beethoven:Trio, for two oboes and English horn, Op.87; Her·zogenberg: Quintet for Piano and Winds. KWCMSMusic Room, 57 Young St. W, Waterloo. 519-886-1673. ; (sr); (st).Beyond GTA: Monday June 11- 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber MusicSociety. Mercer-Oh Trio. Akemi Mercer,violin; Rachel Mercer, cello; Greg Oh, piano. Haydn:Trio #25 (Gypsy Rondo); Vivier: Pulau Dewa·ta; Dvorak, Trio inf, Op.65. KWCMS MusicRoom, 57 Young St. West, Waterloo. 519-886-1673. ; (sr); (st).Beyond GTA: Wednesday June 13- 12: 15: St. Andrew's PresbyterianChurch. Ann-Marie MacOairmid, organ. 54Queen St. N, Kitchener. 519-5 78-4430. Free.Beyond GTA: Thursday June 14- 8:00: Talk Is Free Theatre. Stagefright.Musical comedy about a woman choosing thescript for her life; music & lyrics by Jim Betts,book by Jim Betts, Miriam Fond, CatherineKnights. Park Place Theatre, 100 Mapleview Dr.,Barrie. 705·792-1949. ; (st). For completerun see music theatre listings.Sanu·day, June 9, 2007, S:OO p.m.Trinity United Church, 20 First Avenue, UxbridgeTickets are available from Blue Heron Books,Presents Presents or from members of the choirFor further information contact: Hilary Balmer, PresidentPhone: (905) 852 2676 Email:canrainet@sympatico.ca36 WWW. THEWHOLENOTE.COMBeyond GTA: Saturday June 16- 7:30: Westben Concerts at The Barn. KenTizzard & Friends. Eclectic music, from intimacyof bass & voice to full arrangements of songsfrom Quiet Storey House ... an introduction. 6698County Road 30, 3 km NW Campbellford. 705-653-5508, 8 77-883-5777. ; $ 5(st).- 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber MusicSociety. WindFest Finale: WindFest Ensembles,Brad Parker, piano. Mozart: Quintet forpiano & winds, K.452; Roussel: Divertissement;Dove: Figures in the Garden (on Mozart's Marriageof Figaro); Mozart: Serenade inc, K.388.Stephanie MacAlpine piano. KW CMS MusicRoom, 57 Young St. West, Waterloo. 519-886-1673. ; (sr); (st).Beyond GTA: Sunday June 17- 3:00: Guelph Symphony Orchestra. MusicIn The Park. Annual outdoor concert; lightclassics and jazz. All-Star Dixieland Jazz group;Mary DuQuesnay,soprano; Simon Irving, conductor.West Lawn, Arboretum Centre, UofG,Guelph. 519-787-0272. Free, $ 5 suggested do·nation.- 3:00: Sharon Temple Museum Society.Music at Sharon: Nikolai Oemidenko, piano. Schu·bert: Sonata in D; Bach-Liszt: Fantasy and Fugueon Theme B-A-C-H; Bach: Italian Concerto; Liszt:Variations on Bach's cantata Weinen, Klagen,Sorgen, Zagen. Sharon Temple, 18974 Leslie St.,Sharon. 416-598-3375. .- 3:00: Westben Concerts at The Barn. Tolife: Faure to Fiddler. Faure: Requiem; Ha mi ck &Bock: favourites from Fiddler on the Roof. KimDafoe, mezzo-soprano; Westben Festival Chorus,Brian Finley, piano/director. 6698 County Road30, 3 km NW Campbellford. 705-653-5508,877-883-5777. ; (st).- 7:00: Hamilton Place Theatre/AndrewMcKinnon Presentations. Scotland the Brave.Scottish music, song and dance, with over 100performers; audience sing-alongs. 48th Highland·ers Pipes and Drums; The Scottish Dance Companyof Canada; David Rogers, baritone; MirusiaLouwerse, soprano; Greg Moore, tenor; AndrewFuller, piper; Sean O'Boyle, musical director. 1Summers Lane, Hamilton. 905-546-4040. ·.Beyond GTA: Monday June 18- 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber MusicSociety. Joseph Rosen, clarinet, lanceOuelette, violin, Cheryl OuvaU, piano.Trios byKhatchaturian, Milhaud, Sowash; Gershwin: Bal·lade, from Porgy and Bess. KWCMS MusicRoom, 57 Young St. West, Waterloo. 519-886-1673. ; (sr); (st).Beyond GTA: Wednesday June 20- 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber MusicSociety. Big Band Chamber Music. Berwald:Septet; Vaughan Williams: Quintet, for violin,clarinet, horn, cello, piano; Nielsen, Serenata inVano; R. Strauss: Til Eulenspiegel (quintetversion). Joseph Rosen, clarinet; Cedric Coleman,bassoon; Michael Rosenberger, horn;Lance Ouellette, violin; Douglas Perry, viola;Catherine Anderson, cello; Brian Baty, double·bass; Catherine Robertson, piano. KWCMSMusic Room, 57 Young St. West, Waterloo.519-886-1673. ; (sr); (st).Beyond GTA: Saturday June 23- 8:00: Cambridge Community Orchestra.Haydn: Symphony# T 04. Plus Beethoven: EgmontOverture; Marcello: Concerto for Oboe.Katrina Liddell, oboe; Sabatino Vacca, conductor.Forward Baptist Church, 455 Myers Rd., Cambridge.519-220-1542. ; (sr/st).- 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber MusicSociety. Marcus Scholtes, violin, Heidi Gal­/as, piano. Ysaye: Sonata #6, Op.27; Busoni: Sonatain e, Op.29; Korngold: Violin Concerto in D,Op.35. KWCMS Music Room, 57 Young St. W,Waterloo. 519-886-1673. ; ; (st).Beyond GTA: Sunday June 24- 11 :OD am: Shaw Festival. Sunday CoffeeConcert. Guests: company actors and musicians;Shaw Festival Quartet in Residence.Lobby, Festival Theatre, 10 Queen's Parade,Niagara-on-the-Lake. 800-511·7429. Free.- 3:00: Sharon Temple Museum Society.Music at Sharon: Cello & Piano Matinee,with Dyachkov & Saulnier. Sonatas by Chopin& Britten; Prokofiev: Two Pieces from Cinderella;Oesterle: The Agate Rosary (premiere).Yegor Dyachkov, cello; Jean Saulnier,piano. Sharon Temple, 18974 Leslie St., Sharon.416-598-3375. .- 7:00: Metropolitan Silver Band. MSB inConcert. Fran Harvey, conductor. Orillia Aquatheatre,Couchiching Beach Park, Orillia. 416-407-1890. Free.Beyond GTA: Tuesday June 26- 7:15: Barrie Concert Band. Music By CanadianComposers. Spencer Linington, conductor.The Rotunda, Barrie City Hall, 70 Collier Street,Barrie. 705435-5529. Free.- 8:00: Drayton Entertainment: HuronCountry Playhouse. The Last Resort. Music& lyrics by Leslie Arden, book by Norm Foster,starring Robert Latimer; music, mirth, mayhem &murder at a remote lodge in rural Saskatchewan.RR 1, B Line, Grand Bend. 519-238-6000, 888·4494463. ; (prev); (18 & under).For com~ete run see music theatre listings.- 8:00: Drayton Entertainment: King'sWharf Theatre. Jasper Station. Musical comedy,music & lyrics by Steve Thomas, book &lyrics by Norm Foster, directed & choreographedby Marc Richard; six eclectic travellers' livesintersect as they wait for a train to Vancouver.97 Jury Drive, Penetanguishene. 705-549-5555,8884494463. ; (prev); (18 & under).For complete run see music theatre listings.Beyond GTA: Wednesday June 27- 7:30: Guelph Youth Musical Theatre.Once Upon A Mattress. Music by Mary Rodgers,lyrics by Marshall Barer, book by Jay Thompson,Dean Fuller, &Marshall Barer; musical comedyadaptation of the fairy tale The Princess and thePea. Co-operators Hall, River Run Centre, 35Woolwich St., Guelph. 519-763-3000, 800-520-2408. $ 20; (eyeGO). For complete run seemusic theatre listings.- 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber MusicSociety. K-W Chamber Orchestra Chamberconcert. Martinu: nonet; Mozart: Flute Quartet.K.285; Saint-Saens: Tarantelle for flute, clarinet,& piano; Arden-Taylor. Carry on Bach!, for oboe,clarinet and bassoon; Bach, sonatas TBA. KW C­MS Music Room, 5 7 Young St. West, Waterloo.519-886-1673. ; (sr); (st).Beyond GT A: Thursday June 28- 2:00: Drayton Entertainment: St. JacobsCountry Playhouse. legends: A Salute toMusical Pioneers. Conceived, written & directedby Alex Mustakas, orchestrations & vocal ar·rangements by Robert Foster, choreographed byGino Berti; musical revue with classic songs byPresley, Orbison, Lewis, The Beach Boys, TheEverley Brothers, Elton John, ABBA, The Mon-J uNE 1 - JULY 7 2007

kees, Simon & Garfunkel, Sonny & Cher, &more; premiere production. 40 Benjamin Rd.East, Waterloo. 519-747-7788, 888-449·4463. ; 1prev); 118 &under). Forcomplete run see music theatre listings.- 8:00: Bluewater Summer Playhouse/C'Entertainment. Cowboys and Outlaws. Country& Western musical revue pays tribute toGene Autry, Dale Evans, Roy Rogers, WaylonJennings, Johnny Cash & Willie Nelson. 707AQueen St., Kincardine. 519-396-5722, 877-396-5722. ; 1mat). For complete runsee music theatre listings.Beyond GTA: Friday June 29- 12: 15: Viola Camp. Viola Camp Concert.Britten: Lachrymae; Schumann: Marchenbilder;Piazzolla: Grand Tango. Dan Golden, viola; MarionMiller, piano. The Chapel, First United Church, 16William St., Waterloo. 519-743-8946. Donation.Beyond GTA: Saturday June 30- 7:30: Westben Concerts at The Barn.Chopin & Champagne. Chopin: Piano Concerto #1;Mendelssohn: Midsummer Night's Dream; Mar·cello: Concerto for Oboe and Strings. Janina Fi·alkowska, piano; Sarah Jeffrey, oboe; the West·ben Orchestra and Chorus, Daniel Warren, leader.6698 County Road 30, 3 km NW Campbellford.705-653-5508, 877-883-5777. ,;1sr); 1st).Beyond GTA: Sunday July 01- 11 :OOam: Westben Concerts at The Barn.Legends of Chopin. Cho~n: Four Ballades. BrianFinley, piano. 6698 County Road 30, 3 km NWCampbellford. 705-653-5508, 877-883-5777.,; 1st).- 2:00: Viola Camp. Viola Camp Concert. Mar·tinu: Madrigal for violin and viola; Fuchs: Duet;Baby Elephant Walk with campers, & more.James Legge, viola, Julia McFarlane, violin. TheChapel, First United Church, 16 William St., Waterloo.519· 743-8946. Donation.- 2:00: Westben Concerts at The Barn.Symphonic Romance. Chopin: Piano Concerto #1;Mendelssohn: Midsummer Night's Dream; Mar·cello: Concerto for Oboe and Strings. Janina Fi·alkowska, piano; Sarah Jeffrey, oboe; the West·ben Orchestra and Chorus, Daniel Warren, leader.6698 County Road 30, 3 km NW Campbellford.705-653-5508, 877-883-5777. ,;1sr); 1st).Beyond GTA: Tuesday July 03-12:15: Viola Camp. Viola Camp Concert.W.F. Bach: Duo #2; Reutter: Thema mit Variant·en; Bartok: Duets; Rolla: Duo #1. Judith Daven·port, Douglas Perry, violas. The Chapel, FirstUnited Church, 16 William St.. Waterloo. 519·743-8946. Donation.- 7:30: River Run Centre. The Songbird Cate.Local acoustic singer/songwriters; held outside.Canada Company Hall, 35 Woolwich St., Guelph.519· 763-3000, 800-520-2408. Free.- 8:00: Town of Cobourg. The Concert Bandof Cobourg. Victoria Park Bandshell, Cobourg.888-262-6874. Free.Beyond GTA: Wednesday July 04- 2:00: Westben Concerts at The Barn.Opera in the Countryside: The Gondoliers. Gilbert& Sullivan's operetta, fully staged with pianoaccompaniment. UBC Opera Ensemble, NancyHermiston, director. 6698 County Road 30, 3 kmNW Campbellford. 705-653-5508, 877-883·5777. ,; 1sr); 1st). For completerun see music theatre listings.JUN E 1 - JULY 7 2007- 7:30: St. Mark's Anglican Church.Chapel Choir of Christ's College, CambridgeUK. 51 King St., Port Hope. 905-373-0867..- 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo ChamberMusic Society. Veronique Mathieu, violin,Andree-Anne Perras-Fortin, piano. Mozart:K.301; Beethoven: "Spring"; Debussy: sonata;Lutoslawski: Partita. KW CMS Music Room,57 Young St. West. Waterloo. 519-886·1673. ; 1sr); Dist).- An Evening with Glenn Gould. LuminaTD/YoungCentre for the PerformingArts. Written by John McGreevy; examinesfinal night of Gould's life !premiere); also Mc·Greevy's film Glenn Gould's Toronto. TedDykstra, actor/pianist. Jun 6: 7:30; Jun 7: 1:00& 5:30; Jun 8: 6:30; Jun 9: 12:30 & 5:30; Jun10: 1 :30 & 6:30. Jun 7: 7:30: Illuminations ·Talk back with Ted Dykstra &John McGreevy.Building 49, 55 Mill St., Distillery Historic Dis·trict. 416-872- 1111, 866-577-4277. .- Balanchine's Don Quixote. NationalBallet of Canada. Music by Nabokov. GeorgeBalanchine, choreography; Suzanne Farrell, stag·ing. National Ballet Orchestra. Jun 15-16, 20-23:7:30; Jun 16-17, 21, 24: 2:00. 45 minutes prior:Ballet Talk. Four Seasons Centre for the PerformingArts, 145 Queen St. West 416-345-9595.-0.- Blue Bridge Festival of Chamber Music,Poetry & Song: Melissa's Song. ArdeleanaChamber Music Society. Story-book con·cert by Brenda Muller integrates story, poetry,chamber music, art & song; a little girl in searchof her song & the stray cat that helps her; forages 6 +.Jun 10-11: 11 :30am. St. James Ang Ii·can Church Parish Hall Lawn, 31 River St., Sut·ton. 905-473-1284. ; lunder 8).- Camelot. Hummingbird Centre for thePerforming Arts. Written by Alan Jay Lerner& Frederick Loewe, based on T.H. White's TheOnce and Future King. Michael York, performer.Jun 27: 8:00, Jun 28: 2:00 & 8:00, Jun 29:8:00, Jun 30: 2:00 & 8:00. 1 Front St. East.416-872-2262. -.- Cats. Drayton Entertainment: HuronCountry Playhouse. Music by Andrew LloydWebber, based on Old Possum's Book of PracticalCats by T.S. Eliot, choreographed by Gino Berti,directed by Dave Campbell; spectacle of fantasy,drama, & regeneration. Jun 1-2, 5-9, 12-16, 19·23: shows at 2:00 & 8:00. RR 1, B Line, GrandBend. 519-238-6000, 888-449-4463. ;1prev); 118 &under).- Cowboys and Outlaws. Bluewater Sum·mer Playhouse/C' Entertainment. Country& Western musical revue pays tribute to GeneAutry, Dale Evans, Roy Rogers, Waylon Jennings,Johnny Cash & Willie Nelson. Jun 28-Jul 14:Tue-Sat. shows at 2:00, 8:00 & 9:00. 707AQueen St., Kincardine. 519-396-5722, 877-396-5722. ; 1mat).- Dusk Dances 2007 Festival: FirgrovePark (Jane/Finch Neighbourhood/. DuskDances.Ten-minute site-specific pieces in·spired by park's natural environment; works byLua Chayenne & Roshanak Jaberi, Nova Bhat·tacharya/Louis Laberge-Cote, Baby Boyz, COR·PUS. & Danny Grossman Dance Company.Various dancers & musicians; Band: Ngo ma;Beyond GTA: Thursday July 05- 2:00 & 8:00: Red Barn Theatre/C2 En·tertainment. Summer of Love. By ColinStewart and Chris McHarge; concert salute tothe music of the 60's-Peter Paul & Mary,Joni Mitchell, The Mamas & the Papas, TheDoors. 991 Lake Dr. East, Jackson's Point.905-722-3249, 888-733-2276. ;165+/st13 +/mat); (preview/Tue);112 & under). For complete run see musictheatre listings.Opera, Music Theatre, DancePlease note: performances are listed by show title.Shows starting with "The" are listed under T.Lisa Anne Ross, host. Jul 5-8: 7:00. S. ofFinch on Firgrove Gres. 416-747-5616.PWYC.- Freddy Vette and The Flames. Red BarnTheatre/Diane Haggerty Productions. Fa·vorite hits of the 50's-Elvis, Buddy Holly, JerryLee Lewis, Brenda Lee, the Shirelles. Jun 1: 8:00;Jun 2: 2:00 & 8:00. 991 Lake Dr. E, Jackson'sPoint. 905-722-3249, 888-733-2276. .- Grease. East York Collegiate Institute.Jun 1-2: 7:30. 650 Casburn Ave. 416-396·2355. .- Jamie's Excellent Alphabet Adventure.Solar Stage Children's Theatre. By NellesVan Loon, letters come to life & Jamie enters awholenewworld; ages3to8.Jun9-10, 16-17,23-24: 11 :OOam & 2:00. Concourse Level, 4950Yonge St. 416-368-8031 . ; OIJun 17).- Jasper Station. Drayton Entertainment:Drayton Festival Theatre. Musical comedy,music & lyrics by Steve Thomas, book & lyricsby Norm Foster, directed & choreographed byMarc Richard; six eclectic travellers' lives inter·sect waiting for a train to Vancouver. Jun 5-9,12-16, 19-23: shows at 2 &8:00. 33Welling·ton St. South, Drayton. 519-638-5555, 888·449-4463. ; 1prev); 118 &under).-Jasper Station. Drayton Entertainment:King's Wharf Theatre. Musical comedy, mu·sic & lyrics by Steve Thomas, book & lyrics byNorm Foster, directed & choreographed by MarcRichard. Jun 26-30, Jul 3-7, 10-14: shows at2:00 & 8:00. 97 Jury Drive, Penetanguishene.705-549-5555, 888-449-4463. ;1prev); 118 &under).-Kshetram: Dancing the Divine. SampradayaDance Creations/Lala Pada. Concept& choreography by Lata Pada, music by PraveenD. Rao; multimedia celebration of India's bhara·tanatyam dance & music, dedicated to templedeities. Guest: Sathyanarayana Raju; Lala Pada;Company Ensemble. Jun 15: 8:00; Jun 16: 2:00& 8:00. Premiere Dance Theatre, Queen's QuayTerminal, 207 Queens QuayW. 416-973-4000.,; ; isr/st/CADAJ.-legends: A Salute to Musical Pioneers.Drayton Entertainment: St. Jacobs Coun·try Playhouse. Conceived, written & directedby Alex Mustakas, orchestrations & vocal ar·rangements by Robert Foster, choreographed byGino Berti; musical revue with classic songs byPresley, Orbison, Lewis, The Beach Boys, TheEverly Brothers, & more; premiere production.Jun28-30,Jul4-8, 11 -15, 18-22,25-29,31,Aug 1-4: shows at 2:00 & 8:00. 40 BenjaminRd. East, Waterloo. 519-747-7788, 888-449·4463. ; 1prev); 118 & under).-Mack and Mabel. Shaw Festival. Roman·tic musical about movie director Mack Sennett &leading lady Mabel Normand; music &lyrics byJerry Herman, book by Michael Stewart. Bene·WWW. TH EWHO LEN OTE.CO M- 7:30: Lundy's Lane United Church. TheLittle Voices of Monaco, and Prairie Voices (Win·nipegJ. Choral spectacular concert. 5825 LowellAve., Niagara Falls. 905-358-5622. Offering.- 8:00: Town of Cobourg. Summer ConcertSeries. Victoria Park Bandshell, Cobourg. 888·262-6874. Free.Beyond GTA: Friday July 06- 12: 15: Viola Camp. Viola Camp Campers'Performance. The Chapel, First United Church,16 William St., Waterloo. 519-743-8946.Donation.diet Campbell, Glynis Ranney, Gabrielle Jones &others; Baayork Lee, choreographer; Paul Sportel·Ii, musical director; Molly Smith, director. Jun 1-0ct 28: call for days & times. Festival Theatre,10 Queen's Parade, Niagara-on-the-Lake.800-511-7429. Call for ticket prices.-Menopause Out loud! Panasonic Theatre.Book & lyrics by Jeanie Linders. JayneLewis, Nicole Robert, Cynthia Jones, Rose Ryan& Jenny Hall, performers. Indefinite nun: Tue,Thu, Fri: 8:00; Wed, Sat: 2:00 & 8:00; Sun: 2:00&5:30. 651 Yonge St.416-872- 1111. .95.-Mozart's Don Giovanni. OrchestraLondon & Grand Opera Chorus. In Italianwith English translation. Gregory Dahl, GaryRelyea, Benjamin Butterfield, FrederiqueVezina & others, singers; Glynis Leyshon,director; Timothy Vernon, conductor. Jun 2:7:30. Grand Theatre, 471 Richmond Street,London. 519-672-8800. -$125.-My One and Only. Stratford Festival.30's-era comedy about daredevil pilot wooingbathing beauty; music & lyrics by George Gersh·win & Ira Gershwin; book by Peter Stone & Tim·othy S. Mayer. Cynthia Dale, Laird Mackintosh,David W. Keeley, Dayna Tekatch, performers;Berthold Carriere, musical director; Michael Lich·tefeld, director/choreographer. Jun 1-0ct 28: callfordates & times. Avon Theatre, 99 Downie St.,Stratford. 800-567-1600. Call for ticket prices.-Oklahoma! Stratford Festival. Music byRichard Rodgers, book & lyrics by Oscar Ham·merstein 11, original dances by Agnes de Mille.Kyle Blair, Dan Chameroy, David W. Keeley, NoraMclellan, Blythe Wilson, performers; BertholdCarriere, musical director; Donna Feore, director/choreographer. Jun 2-Nov 4: call for dates ×. Festival Theatre, 55 Queen St., Strat·ford. 800-567 -1600. Call for ticket prices.-Once Upon A Mattress. Guelph YouthMusical Theatre. Music by Mary Rodgers,lyrics by Marshall Barer, book by Jay Thompson,Dean Fuller, & Marshall Barer; adaptation of fairytale The Princess and the Pea. Jun 27-29: 7:30;Jun 30: 2:00 & 7:30. Co-operators Hall, RiverRun Centre, 35 Woolwich St., Guelph. 519· 763-3000, 800-520-2408. ; leyeGOJ.- Opera in the Countryside: The Gondo·liers. Westben Concerts at The Barn. Gil·bert & Sullivan, fully staged with piano accompa·niment. UBC Opera Ensemble. Jul 4-8: 2:00; Jul8 11 :OOam: ; lst) Pre-concert chat withNancy Hermiston, director. 6698 County Road30, 3 km NW Campbellford. 705-653-5508,877-883-5777. ,; lsr); (st).-Petrouchka & Kshetram: Dancing theDivine. LuminaTD/Motus 0 Dance Theatre/Sampradaya Dance Creations. Igor Stravin·sky's magical ballet; bharatanatyam dance &music dedicated to the deities of India's temple37

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