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Volume 12 - Issue 9 - June 2007

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Festival Listings: June 1-July 7Sunfest '07:A Celebration of World Cultures519-672-1522www.sunfest.on.caFestival of world music & dance, + jazzVictoria Park, London (Dufferin/Central/Welling·ton/Clarence Sts); two main stages, two SunfestJazz stages, two side stagesJuly 5 & 6: 6:00-11 :00; 7 & 8: 12:00noon-11 :00; Weekend Bandshell Concerts begin at6:00 dailyFree, donations appreciated.Check website for schedule.International Headliners include: Andy Palacio& The Garifllla Collective I Belize); Lura !Cape Verdel;Les Boukakes !Algeria/France); Fiama Fummana llta­~) ; Los Munequitos De MatanzaslCuba); CtirgictinIRefllbic ofT uval & othefs;National Guest Artists include: Cache !Salsameets Jau); Koba Town IT rinidadian); MauvaisSort (French Canadian); Lazo !Dominican); QbanitoiCuban/Reggaeton); Kleztori IKlezmer/EastemEuropean) & others.Sunfest Jazz include: Marianne Trudel Quintet;Hendrik Meurkens; Christine Jensen Quintet;Namori; Yael Diaz Latin Jazz Ensemble; SylvainCossette Quintet & others.Canada Trust Toronto Jazz Festival416-872-2262.www.torontojau.comTickets: 416-870-8000, www.ticketmaster.caMore than 350 concerts over ten days with1500 musicians performing at locations allacross Toronto. Late night jazz with extended barhours in select locations until 4:00am. Free dailyWorkshops & Talkbacks at the JAZZ.FM91Broadcast Centre. St-Jean Baptiste Daycelebra·lions on June 24, additional French prograrnringthroughout the week. Canada Day caebrations July 1AG Greektown, Alexander the Great Parkette,NW corner Logan & Danforth AvesFS Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts,145 Queen St. WestLAC Live@Courthouse, 57 Adelaide St. EastMC Mod Club, 722 College St.OH Opera House, 735 Queen St. EastPH Phoenix Concert Theatre, 410 Sherbourne St.PS Primus Stage, Nathan Phillips Square,100 Queen St. WestTS The Savoy, 253 Victoria St.TSS Toronto Star Stage, Nathan Phillips Square,100 Queen St. WestJune2010:00pm:JamesHunter. .50;.501advJ. PH21 9:00pm: Nikki Yanofsky I Steve Koven Trio.. LAC22 12:00noon: Brian Barlow Big Band. Free.TSS; 4:00: Eliana Cuevas. Free. PS; 6:00:Mark Sepic Trio. Free. AG; 8:00: Manteca(opening Peter Boyd). . TSS; 9:00pm: FreddyCole Ouartet. ; 1adv). LAC;10:00pm: Mike Reim. $12. MC; 12:30am:Elizabeth Shepherd. . LAC231:00: Coco Zhao. Free. TSS; 2:00:Mer/inWilliams Saxophone. Free. AG; 4:00: Tony Mon·cao w/ Friends. Free. PS; 6:00: Luis MarioOchoa Ouartet. Free. AG; 8:00: Chris Botti(opening Kellylee Evans/. . TSS; 9:00pm:FreddyColeOuartet. ; 1adv). LAC;12:30am:AdreanFarrugia. . LAC24 1 :OD: Nikki Yanofsky I Club Django Sextet.Free. TSS; 2:00: SouxouMouxou. Free. AG;4:00: Dennis Colin Trio w/ Gwen Mathews.Free. PS; 6:00:NevilleBarnes Trio. Free. AG;8:00: Jean-Luc Ponty (opening Miehe/DonatoTrio/. . TSS; 9:00pm:MikeStern feat.Alain Caron & Lionel Cordew. .50;.501advJ. LAC; 11 :30pm:MikeStern feat.Alain Caron & Lionel Cordew. .50;.501adv). LAC25 11 :45am: Dave Young Ouintet I UMDJazzOrchestra. Free. TSS; 4:00: University of TorontoStudent Jazz Ensemble. Free. PS; 6:00:Sultans of Swing. Free. AG; 8:00: Laila Biali TrioI Dave Brubeck Ouartet. -. FS; 8:00:Holly Cole (opening Michael KaeshammerJ..50. TSS; 9:00pm: Don Byron Plays JuniorWalker. .50; .501adv). LAC; 9:00pm:Jean Stilwell I Patti Loach. ; 1adv). TS2612:00noon:Russl#tleSextet. Free. TSS;4:00: Humber Studio Jazz Ensemble. Free. PS;6:00: Dick Felix Trio. Free. AG; 8:00: OscarPeterson. -. FS; 8:00: Trio Beyond(opening Hiromi's Sonicbloom). . TSS;9:00pm: Dick Hyman & Peter Appleyard. $ 20;1adv). LAC; 9:00pm: Micah Barnes. ;1adv). TS27 12:00noon: Aki Takase -Fats Waller Project.Free. TSS; 4:00: York University Student JazzEnsemble. Free. PS; 6:00:JesseBarksdaleTrio. Free. AG; 8:00: Medeski, Scofield, Martin& Wood. . TSS; 9:00pm: Dhafer Youssefw/ Jatinder Thakura & Divine Shadows Strings..50; .501adv). LAC; 9:00pm: JulieMichels. ; 1advl. TS2812:00noon:MikeMurleySeptet. Free. TSS;3:00: Toronto Blues Society Talent Search Finals.Free. PS; 6:00:Doug Watson Trio. Free.AG; 8:00: Roy Hargrove Ouintet (opening UnitedTrombone Summit, Fred Wesley, Slide Hampton,Steve Turre, Wycliffe Gordon/. . TSS;9:00pm: Rob McConnell Tentet. $ 27.50;.501adv). LAC; 9:00pm:JohnAlcorn. ;1adv). TS; 12:30am:RobiBotos. . LAC29 12:00noon: Jeans Winther European Ouintet.Free. TSS; 4:00: Levon lchkhanian Group.Free. PS; 6:00:MargStowe Trio. Free. AG;8:00: KeithJarrett I Gary Peacock I Jack De·Johnette. -. FS; 8:00:Joshua Redman(opening Delfeayo Marsalis/. . TSS; 8:00:Antibalas. Opera House. ; 1adv). OH;9:00pm: Brubeck Braid. .50; 1adv).LAC; 9:00pm: Louise Pitre. ; 1adv). TS;10:00pm: Kil Koala. . MC; 12:30am: RabiBotos. . LAC30 l:OO:NoNameJazzSextet. Free. TSS;2:00: Colourblind Brian & The New Blainettes.Free. AG;4:00:RobinNolan Trio. Free. PS;6:00: Syncona. Free. AG; 8:00: The DerekTrucks Band (opening Jackie Greene). .TSS; 9:00pm: VijaylyerOuartet. ;1adv). LAC; 9:00pm:louil'ePitre. ;1adv). TS; 12:30am:RobiBotos. . LACJuly11:00:FromRagtimetoSwing.Free. TSS;2:00: RK Music Everywhere. Free. AG; 4:00:Baby Boyz. Free. PS; 6:00: Maureen BrownTrio. Free. AG; 8:00:MavisStaples(openingRebirth Brass Band). . TSS; 9:00pm: ChrisJagger's Atcha. .50; .501adv). LAC;1 Opm: Soon Lennon. .50; .501adv). PH2 9:00pm: MinaAgossi. .50; .50(adv).LACWestben Arts Festival Theatre705-653-5508, 877-883-5777www.westben.on.caThe Barn, 6898 Country Road 30, CampbellfordSee daily concert listings for perfonmers & repertoire;see website for added concerts.June:9-10, 16-17, 30; July: 1, 5-7jazz in the clubsSummertime,& the city's the venueby Sophia PerlmanIn the previous two issues, we surveyed downtown Toronto'sprimary jazz listening venues in two clusters--first, thevenues surrounding the newest jewel in the city's concertvenue crown, the Four Seasons Centre for the PerformingArts; next, the venues clustered round Massey Hall, mostvenerable gem in the concert diadem.This issue, with festival season upon us, the wholecity becomes a concert venue, with more places to go hearjazz than you can shake a stick at. So we thought we'dfill out the GTA map, looking east, north and west of thedowntown core. When the festivals are all over, the followingvenues will still be in business serving up jazz, as theywere before the festival season commenced.EAST0DanforthO'Connor Dr.listings: jazz in the clubsAbsolute LoungeHilton Suites Toronto/Markham ConferenceCentre and Spa8500 Warden Avenue, Markham905-470-8500Alleycatz2409 Yonge St. 416-481-6865Every Mon Salsa Night. Every Tue.Whitney Smith and C. Berardinucci Ouintet.Every Wed Jasmin Bailey and Co. EveryThu Sump 'n Different w/ New VocalistsWeekly.Jun 1, 2 Grafitti Park. Jun 8,9 lady Kane.Jun 15, 16 Celebrity I 01. Jun 22, 23Graffiti Park. Jun 29, 30 lady KaneArbor RoomHart House @ the University of Toronto, 7Hart House Circle416-978-2452Boiler House55 Mill St. 416-203-2121Jun 1 MichaelDanso. Jun 2 Kevin ClarkBand. Jun 3 Jazz Brunch with Kevin Clark.Jun 5 Tonino. Jun 6 Tonino. Jun 7 RichardWhiteman Trio. Jun 8 Dave Dunlop. Jun 9Bump (patio), Peter Hill (inside). Jun 12, 13Tonino. Jun 15KirkMacDonald. Jun 161 Whistlers995 Broadview A venue416-421-1028http://whistlers. sites. toronto. comLocated on Broadview,north of the Danforth,this bar and grill hasregular music at least acouple of times aweek, on the patio duringthe summer, andevery night during theToronto DowntownKevin Clark Ouartet. Jun 17 Jazz Brunch w.Kevin Clark Trio. Jun 19, 20 Tonino. Jun 21Kevin Clark Band. Jun 22 Don Thompson.Jun 23 Kevin Clark Band. Jun 24JazzBrunch w/Kevin Clark Trio. Jun 26, 27Tonino. Jun 28 Kevin Clark Trio. Jun 29Shawn Nykwist.Cameron House408 Queen St. West. 416-703-0811Central, The603 Markham St. 416-919-4586www.thecentral.caJun 3 Central Jam Night. Jun 22 God's Giftto Yoda, Rich Brown and rinsethealgorithm.Jun 28 Jasna Joviecevic Ouartet.C'est What67 Front St. E. 416-867-9499www.cestwhat.comEvery Wed. Hot Fu' Ghandi.Every Sat !matinee) The Hot FiveJazzmakers.Cervejaria Downtown842 College St.14161588-0162.Every Wed The Jay Danley Ouintet.Chalkers Pub Billiards & Bist ro247 Marlee Avenue, 416 789-253142 WWW.TH EWHOLENOTE.COM JUNE 1 - JU LY 7 2007

Jazz Festival. The downstairs islarge enough to accommodatethose who are just there to drinkand socialize, as well as thosewho are interested in hearing themostly small ensembles that arebooked in this space. This summer,pianist Adrean Farrugia beginsa Thursday night residencywith his trio, which is preparingto record a new album later thisyear. Other acts this month includetrios featuring DavidVirelles, Robi Botos, Don Palmerand Chuck Jackson.2 Ten Feet Tall1381 Danforth Avenue, 416-778-7333www. tenfeettall. caA favourite spot amongst eastenders,this little spot on theDanforth offers great food, andwonderful Sunday afternoon jazz.The all-ages crowd includes everyonefrom seasoned jazz fans tofamilies with small children. Inaddition to their regular lineup ofmostly duos and trios - whichthis month includes vocalist HollyClark and trumpeter Nick Ali ,Ten Feet Tall is a recognizedvenue for the Jazz Festival, andis presenting a series of eventsevery day for the duration, withvarying start times (be sure tocheck their website for all the details).The food is excellent andreasonably priced, in this casual,down to earth, cozy venue.listings: jazz in the clubsNORTH3 Chalkers PubBilliards & Bistro247 Marlee Avenue,416 789-2531http ://www.chalkerspub.comAlthough from its appearance,this north-endbar and pool hall seemslike an unlikely venuefor jazz, Chalkers hasbeen consistently booking greatmusic for their Sunday night series.Their website boasts an"upscale yet casual" vibe, whichis reflected in the "classy pubfood" menu. Expect to find amix of neighbourhood peoplelooking for a place to unwind,along with die-hard jazz fans,who have made the trek uptownjust to hear the music - thismonth including trombonist WilliamCam, Mike Murley, andKirk MacDonald (to name afew .) Please note that this venueis restricted to those over the ageof 19.4 Pilot Tavern22 Cumberland 416-923-5716www.thepilot.caThis Yorkville pub has been inits current location since 1972and is a favourite for many localmusicians - largely because onSaturdays and Sundays, the Pilotis often full to capacity of fiercelyloyal regulars, who come toBloorLawrenceEglintonCumberland"-&0d::J

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