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Volume 12 - Issue 9 - June 2007

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  • Jazz
  • Toronto
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Festival Listings: June 1-July 7du Mal. Marc Boucher, baritone; Olivier Godin,piano; Jean Marchand, actor; Lorraine Pintal,stage director. .23 8:00: Kuerti Visits Chopin. Anton Kuerti,piano. .29 8:00: Oliver Jones and Friends. Oliver Jones,piano; Ranee Lee, voice; Eric Lagace, bass; JimOoxas, drum set. .30 8:00: Grand Reunions. Anne Robert, SoniaCoppey, violins; Bertrand Robin, viola; MichelStrauss, cello; John Perry, piano; James Camp·bell, clarinet. .July6 8:00: Tsutsumi, Cello Passion. TsuyoshiTsutsumi, cello. .7 8:00: La Oolce Vita: A Tribute to Italian Film.Drchestre Leonardo da Vinci, Paolo Bellomia,conductor. .Free concerts by students of theOrford Academy of MusicJune 21, 28, July 3, 5 8:00pm; June24,July 111 :OOam. GLJuly 4 8:00: St-Patrice Church, 115 rue MerryNord, MagogClassic Blue Tuesdays: Students from the OrfordArts Centre's AcademyJun 26-Aug 2812:00 noon, (incl guided tour)Bleu Lavande, 891, chemin Narrow (route 247),Standstead (Fitch Bay)819-876-5851, 888-876-5851FrancoFolies de Montreal514-876-8989, 888-444-9114www.francofolies.comJuly 26 ·August 5World's biggest francophone block party. Internationalrhythms, from rock to electronica to hiphop. See website for details.Glimmerglass Opera607-547-2255www.glimmerglass.orgCooperstown, New York, USAJuly 7 - August 28Opera .50 · 7.00 (discounts available).Grand River Baroque Festival519-578-1570, 800-265-8977www.grbf.caSee website for receptions, brunches, picnics.BB Buehlow Barn, Township Road 12 (exit RegionalRd. 97 from401, left on Trussler Rd., righton Township Rd. 12), near Ayr, ONWU Wesley United Church, 6 Cambridge St.,CambridgeJune15 8:00: Welcome to All the Pleasures: IncidentalMusic from the Plays. Aradia Ensemble,Kevin Mallon, director. ; (sl). BB16 3:00: Extra Virgin: Trio sonatas from thegreat centres of music. Kevin Mallon, GenevieveGilardeau, violins; Katie Rietman, cello; PaulJenkins, harpsichord, organ; Lucas Harris, lute.$ 25; (st). BB; 5:00: Baroque Ain't Broke.Gordon Greene, lecturer. ; (st). BB;8:00: Bacchana/e. Guy Few, trumpet; NadinaMackie-Jackson, bassoon; Toronto ChamberOrchestra; Kevin Mallon, director. ; (sl).BB17 10:30am: Glories of the Grand Siecle. KevinMallon, Genevieve Gilardeau, violins; LauraJones, viola da gamba; Paul Jenkins, harpsi·chord; Teri Dunn, soprano. ; (sl). BB;3:00: Handel· Israel in Egypt. Jennie Such,soprano; Jennifer Enns Modolo, mezzo-soprano;Nils Brown, tenor; Sean Watson, bass; Ensem-40ble Choir and Orchestra, Kevin Mallon, conduc·tor. ; (st). WUHarbourfront Centre June Festivals 2007416-9734000www.harbourfrontcentre.comMost events free; ticketed events indicated.June4- 8: Masters of World Music (w/ Lumina TO).Shows at 8:00 & 9:30pm; see daily concertlistings for details.8 - 10: Carnivalissima (w/ Lumina TO). See dailyconcert listings for details.15-17: Barbados on the Water. York Quay Cen·Ire, 235 Queens Quay West. Barbadian music(calypso, jazz &soul) & dance by local and islandgroups, film programme, theatre, cultural work·shops, visual art exhibition, literary arts, activitiesfor young audiences, traditional Bajan cuisine andactivities for the whole family. See website fordetails.ncketed events:June15 7:00: Pampa/am: satirical revue of Bajan life.Brigantine Room. ; 9:00pm: The BridgetownFestival Short Films. Mahmood Patel, festivaldirector. Studio Theatre. ; 9:00pm: Rupee;opening: Neu Jenarashun. Harbourfront CentreConcert Stage. ; (Rupee & Monarch);11 :OOpm: Monarchs, w/ Boogie Knights Band.Brigantine Room. ; $ 50(Rupee & Mon·archs).16 7:00: Pampa/am: satirical revue of Bajan life.Brigantine Room. ; 9:00pm: BritgetownFestival Short Films. Mahmood Patel, festivaldirector. Studio Theatre. ; 11 :OOpm: Monarchs,w/Boogie Knights Band. Brigantine Room..Free music events:CS Concert StageTS Toronto Star StageJune15 7:00:Michae/Forde. TS; 8:00: Voix Antillaises.TS16 2:00: Marisa Lindsay & Eddie Bullen. CS;5:00: Oavid, Ziggy, Walcott. CS; 1:00: MichaelForde. TS; 4:30: Ouintessential Boys. TS17 1 :00: Andy Earle. TS; 2:00: Michael Forde.TS; 4:30: Voix Antillaises. TS; 3:30: TamaraMarshaU, Arturo Tappin & Boogie Knights Band.CS; 5:30: Oavid, Ziggy, Walcott. CS23: Franco-Fete. Celebration of French-Canadianculture through various artistic disciplines &music, with artists from Quebec, Ontario andAfrica. 25th Anniversary in Toronto celebratesSt. Jean Baptiste Day. See website for details.Harbourfront Centre/RBC World RoutesSummer Festivals 2007416-973-4000www.harbourfrontcentre.comThemed music weekends June 29 to September3, in and around York Quay Centre, 235 QueensQuay West. 200 + concert performances com·plemented by dance, film, food, theatre, visualarts, craft sales, workshops & fun-filled hands-onactivities for festival lovers of all ages.All events free. For all festivals, see Harbourfrontwebsite for details.June 29 -July 2: Generations: Canada DayGlobal performances by emerging creators &established artists explore our diversity.July 6- 8: Beats, Breaks & CultureElectronic music & culture festival, latest currentsof modern musical expression. The CinematicOrchestra; experimental electronica &WWW .THEWHOLENOTE.COMlegendary drumming with Kieran Hebden (akaFour Tel) & Steve Reid, experimental band DoMake Say Think, dance music with Shout OutOut Out Out, Brazilian dancefloor-friendly DJDolores (full band), Rock the Bells (documentary),breakdancing competition Pop, Lock & Load IV.Indian River Festival902-836-3733, 866-856-3733www.indianriverfestival.comSt. Mary's Church, Indian River, PEIUnless otherwise noted: 7:30; ; 160 +/st); (under 12).July1 Opening Night Extravaganza: Canada Oay Celebration.Nathalie Paulin, soprano; Robert Kortgaard,piano; Indian River Festival Chorus & SummersideCommunity Choir.6 Patricia Murray and Friends.Lanaudiere Festival450-759- 7636, 800-561-4343www.lanaudiere.orgAmphitheatre subscriptions: 4-concert 15% off;7-concert 20% off; 15-concert 30% off.See website for Mon/Tue/Thu concerts at localchurches, outdoor movies, pre-concert talks.Featured concerts at Lanaudiere Amphitheatre,1575 boul. Base-de-Roe, Joliette POJuly7 8:00: Colossal 30th-Anniversary Opening Concert.Drchestre Symphonique de Quebec; DrchestreMetropolitain du Grand Montreal; threechoirs; Frederic ANTOUN, tenor; Yoav Talmi,conductor. -$ 50.LuminaTO416-872-1111, 866-577-4277www.luminato.comSee June 1-10 daily concert listings for details& daily summary of primary musical events; seewebsite for additional events.LuminaTO, Live@Courthouse416-214-9379www.liveatcourthouse.comThe Courthouse, 5 7 Adelaide St. East, TorontoDoors: 7:00June1-3 Susie Arioli Band. .4-5 William Sperandei I David Braid Quintet, w/Doug Wamble. .6-7 Kevin Clark Quartet. $12.8-10 Jake Langley w/ Joey Defrancesco & TerryClarke. D.Mariposa Folk Festival7D5-329·2333www.mariposafolk.comTudhope Park, DrilliaJuly& -8Weekend pass: ; 117-24); free{16 &under, with adult)July 6: ; July 7: ; July 8: Markham Village Music Festival9D5-472-2022www.markham-festival.orgMarkham Village, Markham Rd. north of Hwy 117June 15 & 16; FreeRock, jazz, folk, world, children's, show tunes, &more, on 5 stagesMontreal Baroque Festival514-845-7171, 80D-845-7171www.montrealbaroque.comSee website for workshops, talks, competitions,conferences, Grand Parade.BND Chapelle du Sacre-Coeur de la BasiliqueNotre-DameCR Chiiteau RamezayDF Darling FoundryMP Maison PapineauNDBS Chapelle Notre-Dame-de-Bon-SecoursJune217:30:BenefitConcert:Monteverdi'sl 'OrflJfJ,FavolainMusica. La BandeMontreal Baroque;Samantha Louis-Jean, Monika Mauch, sopranos;Charles Daniels, tenor; Nathaniel Watson, baritone;Eric Milnes, conductor. 0-0. OF22 8:00: Gloria! Vivaldi's Angels. Monika Mauch,Shannon Mercer, Ensemble Caprice, BandeMontreal Baroque, women choir, Matthias Mau·te, conductor. ; (sr); $ lO(st). NDBS;10:00: Oevil's Trills. Ensemble Ausonia; OlivierBrault, violin. ; D(sr); Dist). Crypt,NDBS23 2:00: Heaven or Hell? 21st Century BaroqueMusic. Baroque SaMuse Ensemble; HendrikBouman, harpsichord/director. ; D(sr); O(st). CR; 5:00: Inferno: An Improvisation.Ensemble Constantinople. ; (sr); $ lO(st).Secret Venue; 7:30: HimmelskOnig, seiWillkommen. Bande Montreal Baroque; MonikaMauch, soprano; Charles Daniels, tenor; MatthewWhite, alto; Harry van der Kamp; EricMilnes, conductor. ; (sr); $ lO(st). BNO;9:30: Life and Oeath: A Mystery. EnsembleAusonia; Davide Monti, Olivier Brault, violins.D; (sr); $ lO(sl). NDBS24 7:00am: Celestia/ Harp. Maria Cleary, harp.; (srl; $ lO(stl. Crypt, NDBS; 2:00: IIParadisoel'lnferno. BandeMontreal Baroque(sackbuts and cornettos). ; (sr); $ lO(sl).MP; 5:00: Oevil in her Heart! Beatles Baroque.Les Boreades de Montreal. Free. Montreal'sOld Port; 7:00: A Frozen Heaven! Benoit Merineau,organ; Studio de musique ancienne de Montreal;Christopher Jackson, conductor. D;(sr); (st). NDBS; 9:30:MembraJesuNastri: Celestial Body. Suzie Le Blanc, CatherineWebster, Matthew White, Charles Daniels,Nathaniel Watson & others; Alexander Wei·mann, conductor. D; (sr); $ lO(st). NDBS25 5:00: The VirginandtheOevil. Ensemble Eya:Angele Trudeau, voice/hurdy-gurdy/percussion;Femke Bergsma, recorders/vielle/string drum/voice; Liette Remon, vielle/rebec/chalumeau/voice. ; D(sr); $ lO(st). DF; 7:30: GrandFinale: Monteverdi's L'Orfeo, Favola in Musica.La Bande Montreal Baroque; Samantha Louis­Jean, Monika Mauch, sopranos; Charles Daniels,tenor; Nathaniel Watson, baritone; Eric Milnes,conductor. D; (sr); (st). DFMuhtadi International Drumming Festival416·5D4·3786www.muhtadidrumfest.comJune 2 & 3: 12:00noon-8:DO, Queen's ParkNorth at Wellesley St. West. Free.See website for schedule of 30 + performancesby local, national & international drum·ming groups representing more than twentycultures, plus ethnic cuisine, arts and crafts,workshops& other events.Performers include: Amara Kante (TraditionalMalinke West African), Samba Squad(Brazilian), Maracatu Nunca Antes (Brazilian),lsshin Oaiko (Japan), Hummingbird TassaGroup (East Indian), Northern China ProfessionalWomen's Waist Orum and Dance Groupand other international & local performers.Music at Sharon416-598-3375www.sharontemple.caJU NE 1 - J ULY 7 2007

Sharon Temple National Historic Site, 18974Leslie St., SharonClassical; see daily concert listings (Beyond theGT Al for performers & repertoireJune 3, 10, 17 & 24, July 8: 3:00 each; 5 for seriesMuskoka Lakes Music Festival705-765-1048, 888-311 -2787www.artsinmuskoka.comThe CENTRE, 3 Bailey St., Port CarlingJune2 TBA: Kaleidoscope Children's Festival. ByDonation.July5 8:00: Toronto All Star Big Band. .Ottawa International Jazz Festival613-241-2633, 888-226-4495www.ottawajazzfestival.comVarious passes: -0.June 21-July 1CPM Confederation Park, Main Stage, ElginSt. & Lauri er Ave. WestCPEG Confederation Park, Empire Grill Stage,Elgin St. & Laurier Ave. WestHI Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites, 111 Cooper St.LA Library and Archives Canada, 395 WellingtonSt.MB Metropolitain Brasserie Courtyard, RideauSt. & Sussex Dr.NACF National Arts Centre Fourth Stage, 53Elgin St.NACS National Arts Centre Studio, 53 Elgin St.RC Rideau Centre, 50 Rideau St.WEP World Exchange Plaza, 1 DO Oueen St.Concert Series:Canada Day & Family Day: Free CPMCommuter Jazz Series: 5:00 CPEGConcerts Under The Stars: 8:30 CPMConnoisseur Series: 5:00 LAFestival Special Guest: 8:00 LAGalaxie Rising Stars Program of the CBC: 5:00 CPMGreat Canadian Jazz: 6:30 CPMlmprov Invitational: 8:00 NACFJazz at the Met: 6:00. Free MBLate Night Jam Session: 10:30pm HILunchtime Jazz: 12:00 noon. Free CPEGLunchtime Jazz: 12:00 noon. Free WEPNAG Studio Series: 10:30pm NACSRendez-Vous Rideau Jazz: 12:00 noon &2:00. Free RCSpecial Concert: 8:30 NACSPerformers include: iBomba!; Afrodizz;Aki Takase Project plays Fats Waller; AlainBedard's Auguste Ouintette; Alicia Borisonik& The Argentinean Project; Alternate Takes;Amy Brandon Quartet; Apex Jazz Band &many others.See website for details.Orangeville Blues and Jazz Festival519-941 -7875www.orangevillebluesandjazz.caAll "Stages" events free; check website forabout 50 additional events at 28 local Pubs,Clubs, & Restaurants venues, and for workshops.Main Stage, Alexandra Park, corner 2nd St. &BroadwayJune212:00: Opening Ceremonies; 12:40: KevinMark; 1 :50: Cadence; 3:00: Jack de Keyzer;4:10: Bill King & The Real Divas II; 5:20: Trouble& Strife with Layla Zoe; 6:30: African GuitarSummit.3 11 :OD: Gospel Service; 12:00: Cache; 1 :20:Ryan Grist & Joe Sealy; 2:30: Dawn TylerBlues Project; 3:40: Dave McMurdo Jau Orchestra;5:00: Fathead.Mill Street Stage, South end of Mill St.June 24:30: Smokewagon Blues Band; 6:00:Son Roberts Band; 7:30 & 9:00: Danny Marks.Community Stage, TO/Canada Trust parking lotJune 31:00: Dooley Kid's Show; 2:00: TheBluesers, featuring Chris Cotton; 3:00: DOSSJazz Band; 4:00: DOSS Teacher's Band; 5:00:Humber College JazzOttawa Bluesiest613-247-1188, 888-258-3748www.ottawabluesfest.caSee website for details.LeBreton Flats venues: Barney Danson Theatre./show; Blacksheep Stage; MBNA Stage; RiverStage; Rogeis StageOowntownvenue: June 6-8, 13-15: 12:00 noon,Rideau Centre Acoustic Series, 50 Rideau St. Free.Passports (general achission to all on-site shows forthe ap~icable !J!riod): (youth 18 & under w/10);5(festival); 0(festival transferable); (3-day[Jul 6-8 or 13-15]); 5(4-day[Jul 5-811.Headliner concerts (MBNA stage), day pass rates(general adrrission to all on-site shows on the day Ireserved adrrission), & event start times forthe day:June59:00:BobDy/an. .50/ ; 6:00-9:0069:30:Ge0tye Thorugood& TheDestroyers. /; 6:00-9:3079:00:ManuChao. / ; 1:15-9:3089:30: The WhdeS($e\'. .50 I ; 1 :15-9:3099:30: Hailey. $ 251; 6:00-9:30109:00: George Clinton& theP-Funk AH Stars. I$ 75; 6:00-9:3011 9:30: Steve Miler Band. 1;6:00-9:30129:30: Blue Rodeo. I $ 75; 6:00-9:3013 9:30:1NXS. I ; 6:00-9:30149:30:Kanye Wel't. .50 I ; 12:00-9:3015 9:30: Solid Gold Dance Party. I ;12:15-9:30Many additional events; see website fordetails.J UN E 1 - J ULY 7 2007WWW. THEWHOLENOTE.COM

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