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Volume 12 - Issue 9 - June 2007

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.____D_pe_r_a,_M_u_s_ic_T_h_e_at_re_, _D_an_c_e _ _JI ~' _Fe_s_ti_va_l _L_is_tin:__g:__s_: J_u_n_e _1_-J_u--=-ly_0_7___Jsites. Jun 6: 1 & 7pm; Jun 7: 1 O:OOam & 2:00.Lorraine Kimsa Theatre for Young People, 165Front St. E.416·872-1111,866-5774277. .-Pinocchio. Solar Stage Children's Theatre.Adapted by William Martyn, for ages 3 to10. Jun 2-3: 11 :OOam & 2:00. Concourse Level,4950 Yonge St. 416-368-8031. .-Richard Bradshaw Amphitheatre DanceSeries: How to be Older and Reckless.National Ballet of Canada. Revealing theprocess of dancing alone. Claudia Moore, dancer;Tedd Robinson, choreography. Jun 21: 12:00noon. Four Seasons Centre forthe PerfoITTlingArts, 145 Queen St. West. 416-363-8231. Free.-Richard Bradshaw Amphitheatre WorldMusic Series: Korean Drumming andDance. Canadian Opera Company. Jeng YiDrumrring Ensemble, Charles Hong, artistic di·rector. Jun 26: 12:00 noon. Four Seasons Centrefor the Performing Arts, 145 Queen St. West.416-363-8231. Free.-Richard Bradshaw Amphitheatre DanceSeries: Contemporary Dance Program.National Ballet of Canada. Jun 28: 12:00noon. Four Seasons Centre for the PerforrringArts, 145 Queen St. West. 416-363-8231 . Free.-Richard Bradshaw Amphitheatre DanceSeries: The Dancer and the Dance. NationalBallet of Canada. Marie-Josee Chartier,dancer; Ginette Laurin, choreography. Jun 7: 12noon. Four Seasons Centre for the PerformingArts, 145 Queen St. W. 416-363-8231. Free.- Rough Crossing. East Side Players. ByTom Stoppard; musical comedy, Broadway musicaltroupe on liner to New York to premiere hopelesslyunprepared new work. Jun 1-3, 6-9: 8:00.Papermill Theatre, Todmorden Mills, 67 PotteryRd. 416-425-0917. ; $12(st).-Sanctuary Song. Tapestry New OperaWorks/Theatre Direct Canada. By MarjorieChan & Abigail Richardson; multimedia opera foryoung people about an Asian circus elephant'sjourney to freedom; workshop presentation. Jun9-10: 3:00. The Ernest Balmer Studio, 55 MillStreet. Building 58, Studio 315, Distillery Histor·ic District. 416-537-6066 x221. ; (st).-Shen Wei Dance Arts: The Rite of Spring& Re. LuminaTO/Harbourfront Centre.Contemporary dance, martial arts & traditions ofChinese Opera; ballet to Stravinsky's piano renditionof 1913 score; chants sung by Buddhist nunAni Choying Dolma. Shen Wei, choreographer.Jun 6-8: 8:00; Jun 9: 2:00 & 8:00; Jun 7:9:30pm Illuminations - Michael Crabb in conversationwith Shen Wei. Premiere Dance Theatre,Queen's Quay Terminal. 207 Queens Quay West.416-872-1111 , 866-577-4277. ,.-Show Boat. Civic Light Opera Company.Music by Jerome Kern, book & lyrics by OscarHammerstein. Joe Cascone, artistic director. Jun1-10: shows at 2:00, 7:00 & 8:00, call for details.Fairview Library Theatre, 35 Fairview MallDr. 416-755-1717. (weekendl; .50(Wed/Thul; Jun 3 sold out, some dates limited.-Spiegel Tent 'n Tavern. LuminaTO/HarbourfrontCentre New World Stage. Dancers,singers, aerialists, acrobats & showgirls;Nouveau Variete-style theatrical entertainment.Jun 1-6, 10: 8:00; Jun 7-8: 9:00. 235 QueensQuay W. 416-872-1111 , 866-577-4277. .- Stagefright. Talk Is Free Theatre. Musicalcomedy about a woman choosing the scriptfor her life; music & lyrics by Jim Betts, book byJim Betts, Miriam Fond, Catherine Knights. Jun14-16, 19-23: 8:00; Jun 21 : 11:30am; Jun 23:2:00. Park Place Theatre, 100 Mapleview Dr.,38Barrie. 705-792-1949. ; (st); (Jun15, includes wine & hors d'oeuvres reception).-Summer of love. Red Barn Theatre/C2Entertainment. By Colin Stewart and ChrisMcHarge; concert salute to the music of the60s-Peter Paul & Mary, Joni Mitchell, TheMamas & the Papas, The Doors. Jul 5-21: Tue­Sat, shows at 2:00 & 8:00. 991 Lake Dr. East,Jackson's Point. 905-722-3249, 888-733-2276. ; (65+ /stl 3+ /mat); (preview/Tue); ( 12 & under).-The Four Seasons & Polyphonia &Wolf's Court. National Ballet of Canada.Music by Vivaldi, Ligeti, Louie and Mrozewski.National Ballet Orchestra; James Kudelka, Chris·topher Wheeldon, Matjash Mrozewski, choreography.June 2, 6-9: 7:30pm; June 3,7,9: 2:00pm.Four Seasons Centre, 145 Queen St. W. 416·345-9595. -0.-The last Resort. Drayton Entertainment:Huron Country Playhouse. Music & lyrics byLeslie Arden, book by NoITTl Foster, starring RobertLatimer; music, mirth, mayhem & murder at aremote lodge in rural Saskatchewan. Jun 26-30,Jul 3-7, 10-14: shows at 2:00 &8:00. RR 1, BLine, Grand Bend. 519-238-6000, 888-449-4463. ; (prev); (18 & under).-The Passion of Winnie (Part One). LuminaTO/MusicaNoir. Digital opera created byWarren Wilensky, film & music tracing SouthAfrica's passage from the darkness of apartheidto the light of freedom; music of Bongani Ndodana-Breen,Xhosa rhythms, Cape Town jazz,Township jive, anti-apartheid street chants (pre·mi ere). Choir, orchestra & soloists. Jun 8: 8:00,7: 15: Illuminations: Passion, Politics & Power -South Africa Revisited; Jun 9: 8:00. Isabel BaderTheatre, 93 Charles St. West. 416-872-1111866-577-4277. -. '-The Phantom of the Opera. Mirvish Productions.Lyrics by Charles Hart, Richard Stilgoe,book by Richard Stilgoe & Andrew Lloyd Web·ber, from the novel by Gaston Leroux. JenniferHope Wills, John Cudia, performers; GillianLynne, musical staging/choreography; HaroldPrince, director. Jun 1-Jun 3: call for times. ThePrincess of Wales Theatre, 300 King St. W. 416-872-1212, 800461-3333. -0.-The Shoestring Magic Flute. SummerMusic in the Garden. Based on Mozart; familyintroduction to opera. Jun 1: 4:00. Toronto MusicGarden, 475 Queens Quay West. 416-973-4000. Free. *WEATHER PERMITTING*-Under Milk Wood. LuminaTO/YoungCentre. Play for voices by Dylan Thomas, musicwritten/perfoITTled by Mike Ross, sound effectsby Caoimhe Doyle & Stefan Fraticelli. KennethWelsh, actor; Ted Dykstra, director. Jun 2: 7:30;Jun 34: 2:00 & 8:30. Young Centre, Building 49,55 Mill St. Distillery Historic District. 416-872-1111, 866-577-4277. .-Vida!: A Celebration of life. LuminaTO.Dance by List Alfonso's Danza Cuba & OmaraPortuondo, fusing Spanish & Afro-Cuban influences(premiere). 25 female dancers; musicians. Jun1-2, 5, 7-8: 8:00; Jun 3, 10: 5:00; Jun 6: 2:00;Jun 9: 2:00 & 8:00. Royal Alexandra Theatre,260 King St. West. 416-872- 1111, 866-577-4277. -.- Wordplay. Tapestry New Opera Works.Festival of libretto readings & musical excerpts,including short operas of Opera to Go 2008. Jun6-8: Various times from 7:30. The Ernest BalmerStudio, 55 Mill Street, Building 58, Studio 315,Distillery Historic District. 416-537 -6066 x221.; (st).WWW .THEWHO LENO TE.COMFor festivals starting orcontinuing beyond July 7, theJuly/August WholeNote will beon the stands June 28.Afrofest 2007416-469-5336www.musicafrica.orgQueen's Park at Wellesley St. WestJuly 7 & 8: 12:00 noon -12:00 midnight. Free.Music workshops, African Theatre presentations,Children's Village, Baba Olatunji Drum Stagedrum and dance ensembles, authentic Africanarts, crafts & foods. Performers include Mahotel·la Queens, Nawal, HAJA Madagascar, TheGroovy People, African Dance Ensemble & manyothers. See website for performers & schedule.Bayfield Festival of Song *SOLDOUT*www.aldeburghconnection.org/festival.html416-531-3330Town Hall, Clan-Gregor Square, BayfieldAldeburgh Connection celebrates its 25th & Bayfield'sTown Hall's 125thanniversary. Seewww.bayfieldtownhall.com for additional 125thAnniversary events.June9 11 :0 Dam: Coffee Concert: Piano-duets &Songs. Megan Latham, mezzo-soprano; JasonNedecky, baritone; Stephen Ralls, Bruce Ubukata,piano. ; 8:00: Song Recital. Laura Albino,soprano; Adam Luther, tenor; James Westman,baritone; Stephen Ralls, piano. .10 2:30: The Village Sings: Songs from 1882 &After. Laura Albino soprano; Megan Latham,mezzo-soprano; Adam Luther, tenor; Jason Nedecky, baritone; Stephen Rans, Bruce Ubukata.piano. .Blue Bridge Festival ofChamber Music, Poetry & Song905-473-1284www.ardeleanamusic.comSee June 8-10 daily listings(Beyond GTA)fordetails; see website for other events.Brampton DowntownDevelopment CorporationThursday Night Concert Series905-874-2936www.brampton.caThursdays 7:00 - 9:00pm,June 7th · August 30, Free.Jau, Blues, Dixieland, Soul. Folk, Country, Pipes& DrumsBrampton Folk Festival647-233-3655www3.sympatico.ca/bramptonfolkGage Park, Four Corners, 49 Main St. South,BramptonJune 14, 15: 7:00-9:00;June 16: 12:00noon-11 :OOpmAll day concerts, workshops, open stage, youthshowcase; all events free. Family-oriented festi·val. Featured perfoITTlers: Hard Ryde, Mike Ford,Genticorum, Stonefox, NoITTl Hacking & others.Brass in the Grass Music and Art Festival416-201-7093www.brassinthegrass.caLakeshore Grounds (Kipling Ave. & LakeshoreBlvd. West)Eclectic mix of all genres that feature brass instrumentationJune 9: 12:00noon · 9:00pm;June 10: 12:00noon 6:00; FreeBrott Music Festival905-525-7664 x16, 888-475-9377www.brottmusic.comSubscription packages & flexipasses availableNAO (National Academy Orchestra) conducted byBoris Brott except as noted; (sr); $ lO(st), except as notedDC Oofasco Centre for the Arts, 190 King Wil·liam St., HamiltonGG Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front St. W, TorontoSC St. Christopher's Anglican Church, 662Guelph Line, BurlingtonJune14 7:30:A Third Of Beethoven. Gryphon Trio;NAO.SC15 7:30: A Third Of Beethoven. Gryphon Trio;NAO. 416-205-5555. GG221:30:Beethoven& The Emperor. ValerieTryon, piano; NAO. SC27 7:30: Beethoven The Virtuoso. Susanne Yi-JiaHou, violin; NAO, Alain Trudel, guest conductor.416-205-5555. GG28 7:30: Beethoven The Virtuoso. Susanne Yi-JiaHou, violin; NAO, Alain Trudel, conductor. SCJuly4 7:30: Goodyear Plays Gershwin. StewartGoodyear, piano; NAO. DC7 7:30: Mozart Meets Beethoven. Sara DavisBuechner, piano; NAO. SCCelebrate Toronto Street Festival416-338-0338www.toronto.ca/special events/streetfestYonge & Dundas, St. Clair, Eglinton, and Lawrence;freeJuly 6-8: see website for events & timesCollingwood Music Festival888-283-1712www.collingwoodmusicfestival.comNew Life Brethren in Christ Church, 28 TraceyLane & Hurontario, CollingwoodUntil June 21, 5 for 8 full-price summer seasonconcertsJune1 7:30: Youth Concert. O; (ch).21 8:00: John Arpin Gala Fundraiser. ;(with reception).July7 7:30: Gryphon Trio. ; (chl.Domaine Forget International Festival418-452-3535, 888-336-7438www.domaineforget.comFran~oys-Bernier Concert Hall, Saint lrenee, Char·levoix, PQSee website for addition concert series: Brunchmusique,Les Cours de Maitre de I' Academie, LesConcerts de I' Acaderrie, Concert Hors-Serie.Prices:A ; (60+ ); (st); free(l 2 & under)B ; (60 + ); (st); free(12 & under)C ; (60 + ); (st); free(l 2 & under)D ; (60+ ); 7(st); free(12 & under)All concerts 8:30.June23 l es Violons du Roy. Bernard Labadie,conductor. A27 Chamber Music tor Winds. Mathieu Dufour,flute; Pedro R. Diaz, Elaine Douvas, NormandForget, oboes; Marie Picard, Robert Spring,clarinets & other performers. C29 la Nef Meredith Hall, soprano; MatthewWhite, counter-tenor. C30 Amafdo Cohen, piano. B] UN E 1 - ] ULY 7 2007

July4 Holly Cole. Michael K aeshammer, piano. B6 Lorenzo Micheli, guitar. B7 BJM Oanse. Louis Robitaille, artistic dir. DEastman School of MusicRochester International Jazz Festival585·232-1900www.esm.rochester.edu26 Gibbs St., Rochester, NYET Eastman TheatreSP Sam Patch Riverboat on the Genessee RiverGEH George Eastman HouseRM Rochester Museum & Science CenterRPL Rochester Public LibrarySM Strong MuseumJune8 8:00: King Solomon Burke, Raul Midon..50-. ET9 3:00: Smugtown Stampers. Free. SP; 8:00:An Evening with Jerry Lee Lewis & the KillerBand. ·. ET10 3:00: Smugtown Stampers. Free. SP; 4:00:Dave Glasser Quartet. Free. GEH; 7:00: JazzAnimated Films from The Hubley Studio. Free.GEH11 4:00: Gene Bertoncini solo. Free. GEH; 7:00:Jazz Animated Films from The Hubley Studio.Free. GEH12 4:00: John Fedchock & Friends. Free. RM;8:00: Trio Beyond, w/ Scofield/deJohnette/Goldings,+ Jean Luc Ponty Band. -$ 70. ET13 12:00: Matt Valerio Trio. Free. RPL; 4:00:Time Pieces Quartet. Free. RM; 8:00: AnEvening w/ the Dave Brubeck Quartet. -$ 70. ET14 4:00: Jeanette Lambert's "Bebop for Babies".Free. SM; 8:00: Jazz@ Lincoln Center Orchestraw/ Wynton Marsalis; "Congo Square" w/Yacub Addy's Odadaa! .50-. ET154:00: Jeanette Lambert's "Bebop for Babies".Free. SM; 8:00: Madeleine Peyroux + Dr. John..50-. ET16 4:00: Layah Jane. Free. SMCity of Rochester Outdoor Stages- Free Shows:East Ave. & Chestnut St.9 7:00: Mambo kings; 9:00: Los Lonely Boys15 7:00: Julie Stewart & the Motor kings; 9:00:Maceo Parker16 7:00: Cowboy Mouth; 9:00: Shooter JenningsEast Ave. & Alexander St.15 7:00: Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad; 9:00:Toots & The Maytals16 7:00: The Capital's; 9:00: Rusted RootFree Shows on Jazz Street Stage.RIJF Club Pass Series - 120 + shows atClub Pass Venues only: 9; $129(after Jun 71;single entry: (Kilbourn Hall); (othervenues).Kilbourn Hall: 6:00 & 1 O:OOpmMax of Eastman Place: 6: 15 & 1 O:OOpmHarro East Ballroom: 8:30 & 10:30pmLutheran Church of The Reformation: 7:30 &9:30pmMontage: 6:00 & 10:00pmHigh Fidelity: 6:00 & 10:00pmRobert Mondavi Club Pass Big Tent (Main &Gibbs Sts.): 6:00, 8:30 & 10:00pmFestival Internationalde Jazz de Montreal514-523-3378, 888-515-0515www.montrealjazzfest.com2,500 + musicians, 150 indoor concerts, 350free outdoor concerts (see website for details)CJPR Cabaret JPR, 2111 St-Laurent Blvd.JU N E 1 - J U LY 7 2007Festival Listings: June 1-July 7 (Continued)CLS Club Soda, 1225 St·Laurent Blvd.CS Cinquieme Salle, Place-des-Arts, 175 St.Catherine St. WestG Gesu -Centre de la creativite, 1200 De BleuryM Metropolis, 59 St. Catherine St. EastSM Savoy du Metropolis, 59 St-Catherine EastSWP Salle Wilfrid·Pelletier, Place·des-Arts,175 St. Catherine St. WestS Spectrum, 318 St. Catherine St. WestT JD Theatre Jean-Duceppe, Place-des-Arts,175 St. Catherine St. WestTM Theatre Maisonneuve, Place-des-Arts,175 St. Catherine St. WestTNM Theatre du Nouveau Monde,84 St· Catherine St. EastJune27 7:30: Spaghetti Western Orchestra. .50.cs28 6:00:AngeliqueKidjo. .50. S; 6:00: TributeBernanfPrimeau. .50. G; 6:00: TrioBeyond, w/ Jack De.Johnette, John Scofield &Larry Go/dings. .50-.50. TM; 7:00:Anne Oucros. $ 28.50. CLS; 7:00: Kelly JoePhelps Solo. .50. SM; 7:30: Mike Stern w/The Bad Plus& Yellowjackets. .50. TJD;7:30: Spaghetti Western Orchestra. .50.CS; 8:00: Holly Cole. Opening: Michael Kaeshammer..50,.50. TNM; 8:00: WyntonMarsalis, Congo Square w/ Jazz at Lincoln CenterOrchestra, featuring Wynton Marsalis &Yacub Addy & Odadaa. .50-$ 75.50. SWP;8:30: Medeski, Scofield, Martin & Wood. Opening:Apostle of Hustle. .50. M; 9:00: FlatEarth Society. .50. CJPR; 10:00:0aveHolland Ouintet w/ Robin Eubanks, Chris Potter,Steve Nelson, Nate Smith. .50. S; 10:30:David Torn, Prezens. .50. G; 12:00: Afro·dizz Massive Afrofunk Session. .50. CLS29 6:00 & 9:30: Pink Martini. Swing. .50-$ 59.50. SWP; 6:00: lntakto: Simon Claude &Alejandro Venegas. .50. G; 6:00: Rickie LeeJones. .50. S; 6:00: WayneShorterOuartetw/ Brian Blade, John Patitucci, Danilo Perez,lmaniWinds. .50·.50. TM; 7:00: KellyJoe Phelps Solo. .50. SM; 7:00: Mina Ago·ssi. .50. CLS; 7:30:A M1lesOavis Tribute:Four Generations of Miles. George Coleman,Jimmy Cobb, Buster Williams, Mike Stern..50. T JD; 7:30: Spaghetti Western Orchestra..50. CS; 8:00:HollyCole. Opening:Michael Kaeshammer. .50,.50. TNM;8:30: OjosdeBrujo/Sondela Frontera. .50.M; 9:00: YunKan5. .50. CJPR; 10:00:Erik Truffazw/EdHarcourt. .50. S; 10:30:Ohafer Youssef w/ Jatinder Thakur & DivineShadows Strings. .50. G; 11 :00: Mr.Scruff. .50. CLS30 6:00:Joshua Redman Trio. Opening: TaylorEigsti, piano. .50·.50. TM; 6:00: MichelDonato Trio w/ Pierre Leduc & Richanf Prov·enpa/. .50. G; 6:00: Sean Lennon. .50.S; 7:00:Kel/yJoePhelpsSolo. .50. SM;7:00:Skye/FedericoAubele. .50. CLS;7:30: Mike Stern's Invitation SuperGroup w/Danilo Perez, John Patitucci & Dave Weeki..50. T JD; 7:30: The Spaghetti WesternOrchestra. .50. CS; 8:00: Harry Connick,Jr., My New Orleans Tour. .50-.50.SWP; 8:00: Holly Cole. Opening: Michael Kaeshammer..50,.50. TNM *SOLD OUT*;8:3 0: Antibalas I Femi Kuti & The PositiveForce. .50. M; 9:00: Anat Fort Ouartet..50. CJPR; 10:00: Roy Haynes Ouartet w/Jal/el, Martin Bejerano, David Wong. .50.S; 10:30: David Binney Ouartet w/ Brian Blade,Craig Taborn & Scott Colley. .50. G; 12:00:Girl Talk I Ghislain Poirier.$ 22.50. CLSJuly1 6:00: Anouar Brahem: Le voyage de Sahar.Jean-Louis Matinier, accordion; Francois Couturier,piano. .50-.50. TM; 6:00: Corneille..50. S; 6:00: GuyNadonOuintet: Projetlatin. .50. G; 6:00: TheCroisiereJazz. 5·hour River excursion aboard the Cavalier Maxim.Dorothee Berryman. King-Edward Quay, OldPort of Montreal. 514·842·3871, 800·667-3131. 2.95; .95(chl; reservations essential;7:00: Jonfan Officer w/ Susie Ario/i,Thomas Hellman & Richard Seguin. $12.50.SM; 7:00: Roberta GambaJini/ Freddy Cole..50. CLS; 7:30: ThePowerofthe Trio.Billy Cobham, Alain Caron & Mike Stern..50. T JD; 7:30: Spaghetti Western Orchestra..50. CS; 8:00KeithJarrett, Gary Peacock&Jack DeJohnette. SWP *SOLD OUT*; 8:30:Amon Tobin. Opening: Ghislain PoirierLive. .50. M; 9:00: Guido de/ Fabbro: Agre·gats. .50. CJPR; 10:00: Francois BourassaOuartet w/ David Binney. .50: S; 10:30:StefanoBollaniSolo. .50.G; 12:00: TheCoup. .50. CLS2 6:00: 40 Years of Coltrane w/ Jean.PierreZanella, Andre Leroux, Remi Bolduc. .50. G;6:00: Cowboy Junkies w/ Garth Hudson & RonSexsmith. .50. S; 6:00:String Ouartet:Didier Lockwood, Billy Cobham, Victor Bailey &Sylvain Luc. .50-.50. TM; 6:00: TheCroisiereJazz. 5-hour River excursion aboardthe Cavalier Maxim. Dorothee Berryman. King·Edward Quay, Old Port of Montreal. 514·842-3871, 800-667-3131. 2.95; $ 70.95(ch);reservations essential; 7:00: Dawn TylerWatson & Paul Deslauriers. .50. CLS;7:00: Jonfan Officer w/ Susie Ario/i, ThomasHellman & Richanf Seguin. $12.50. SM; 7:30:Mike Stern & Richanf Bona w/ Roy Hargrove..50. T JD; 7:30: Spaghetti Western Orchestra..50. CS; 8:00: Cesaria Evora. Opening:Lura. .50-.50. SWP; 8:00:HollyCole.Opening: Michael Kaeshammer. 46.50,.50.TNM; 8:30: Chaka Khan. .50. M; 9:00:NikBiirtsch'sRonin. .50. CJPR; 10:00:Al/anHoldsworth. .50. S; 10:30: TordGustavsenTrio. .50. G; 12:00: The Jazz/and Commu·nity w/ Bugge Wesseltoft. .50. CLS3 6:00: The CroisiereJazz. 5·hour River excursionaboard the Cavalier Maxim. Dorothee Berry·man. King·Edward Quay, Old Port of Montreal.514-842-3871 , 800-667-3131. 2.95;$ 70.95(ch); reservations essential.4 6:00: Jean Vanasse, Sylvain Provost, FredericGrenier w/ Coco Zhao & Peng Fei. .50. G;6:00: Kurt Elling w/ Christian McBride I SophieMilman. .50-.50. TM; 6:00: TheCroisiereJazz. 5-hour River excursion aboardthe Cavalier Maxim. Dorothee Berryman. King­Edward Quay, Old Port of Montreal. 514-842·3871, 800·667·3131. 2.95; .951ch);reservations essential; 6:00: The Derek TrucksBand. .50. S; 7:00: Garth Hudson, multiinstrumentalist'Maud Hudson. .50. SM;7:00: Mark Murphy. $ 28.50. CLS; 7:30: BobDylan and his band. SWP *SOLDOUT*; 7:30:Nikki Yanofsky: Ella- Of thee I Swing. $ 35.50.CS; 7:30: Richanf Bona & Jaco Pastorius BigBand. .50. TJD; 8:30: Tortoise/ KieranHebden(Four TetJ&SteveReid. .50. M;9:00: Han Bennink & Anthony Coleman..50. CJPR; 10:00: Kurt Rosenwinkel w/Mark Turner, Aaron Parks, Joe Martin, RodneyGreen. .50. S; 10:30: John AbercrombieThinf Ouartet w/ Mark Feldman, Marc JohnsonWWW, THEWHOLENOTE.COM& Joey Baron. .50. G; 12:00: SwayzakSoundsystem(Brun&Roger 23). .50. CLS56:00:A/ain Bedard & Auguste quintet. .50.G; 6:00:Meshel/Ndegeocello. .50. S;6:00: Molly Johnson. Opening: OK /bomeka..50-.50. TM; 6:00: TheCroisiereJazz.5·hour River excursion aboard the Cavalier Max·im. Dorothee Berryman. King·Edward Quay, OldPort of Montreal. 514-842·3871, 800-667-3131. 2.95; .95(ch); reservations es·sential; 7:00: Eleni Mandell. $ 25.50. CLS;7:00: -Wayne Krantz Solo. .50. SM; 7:30:Nikki Yanofsky: Ella-Of thee I Swing. .50.CS; 7:30: Richard Bona Group. EsperanzaSpalding & Meshell Ndegeocello, bassists..50. T JD; 8:00: Beta Fleck & The Flecktones.Victor Wooten, Future Man, Jeff Coffin,Howard Levy, North Mississippi All Stars..50·.50. SWP; 8:00:Florence K..50,.50. TMN; 8:30: Patrick Watson/The Besnanf Lakes. .50. M; 9:00: RichanfPinhas. .50. CJPR; 10:00: Bill Frisell Triow/JoeyBaron& Tony Scherr. .50. S;10:30: Roberto Fonseca Group: Zamazo..50. G; 12:00: Cinematic Orchestra..50. CLS66:00: An eveting with Branfvtd Marsalis. .50-.50. TM; 6:00: .spectnnn. Y anni:k Rieu, MichelOooato, Oaliel ThJuil, Sylvail Provost, Tony Altino& others. $ 22.50. G; 6:00: Toumali Oiabate'sSymmetric Orchestra. S; 7:00: Carol Weisman.$ 25.50. CLS; 7:00: Wayne Krantz Ouo, w/ CliffAinond. .50. SM; 7:30:NikkiYanofsky:Ela­Ofthee/Swing. .50. CS; 7:30:RichatdBona:Musical Oiabgues. Liooel Lou eke, T oumani Dia bate,RusseU Malone. .50. TJD; 8:00:RoffY!ceK..50,.50. TMN; 8:00:lacharyRichatd/FrancisCabff!I. .50-84.50. SWP; 8:30:00/oresO'Rirxrfan(ofTheCranberries}. .50. M; 9:00:YUL. Michel Mergaerts, Erwin Vann, Pierre Tanguay. .50. CJPR; 10:00: Ravi ColtraneOuarll!t..50. S; 10:30:RobertG/asper Trio. .50. G;12:00: OxlllQ Puccino & TheJazzbastards..50.CLS76:00: Chet Ooxas Ouartet. .50. G; 6:00: RandyBachman. .50. S; 6:00: Vic V~elandhisJazzBy Band w/Martin Deschamps, Bob Harrison BilesBand. .50·.50. TM; 7:00:PupfiniSisteis..50. CLS; 7:00: Wayne Krantz TriJ w/CliffAinond. Paul Sokolow. $ 24.50. SM; 7:30: GeratfToto, Richatd Booa and Lokua Kanza. .50. T JD;7:30: Nikki Yanofsky: Ella- Of thee I Swilg..50. CS; 8:00 OiverJones/SusieArioli, w/IMusici. .50-.50. SWP; 8:00:RorenceK..50,.50. TMN; 8:30:BuddyGuy&hismusicians/George Thorogood& TheDestroyeis. M*SOLD OUT*; 9:00:Philippelauzierw/BenoitOelbecq, Thom Gossage, Mi/es Perkins. .50.CJPR; 10:00: RusseU Mabne Ouartet. Opening:Esperanza5flakling,bassist. .50. S; 10:30:Jacques Schwarz Bart. $ 29.50. G; 12:00:KiJ'Koala(EricSan}. .50. CLSFestival Orford819·843-3981, 800·567 ·6155 x244www.arts-orford.orgCentred' arts OrfordVenue unless noted otherwise: Gilles-LefebvreHall, 3165 chemin du Pare, Orford PO.Tickets unless noted otherwise: -; (st13-25); (ch 5-12).J & 5-Concert Subscriptions, Season Tickets,Passports, Group Rates, Concert & Dinner PackagesJune22 8:00: A Journey through Baudelaire's Fleurs39

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