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Volume 12 - Issue 9 - June 2007

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  • Jazz
  • Toronto
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CLASSES & LESSONSFree

CLASSES & LESSONSFree Sample Classes!Sunday, June 17 (Toronto Campus)1 :00 PM - 4:00 PMrsvp required - full details onlinewww.rcmusic.ca/communityschoolcommunityschool@rcmusic.caOver 40 different instruments & genresranging from classical to rock, folk, worldmusic & hip-hopOver 230 professional faculty dedicatedto excellence in music educationClasses for beginners (newborn to adult)Choirs and ensembles for all levelsSummer Opera Scene StudyMusic Theatre CampMusic history, theory & compositionChamber musicTeacher trainingThe Royal Conservatory of MusicToronto (Dufferin & Bloor)416.408.2825Mississauga (Cawthra & Lakeshore)905.891. 7944ANNOUNCEMENTS ... WORKSHOPS, ... ETCETERAANNOUNCEMENTS•June 1 6:30-midnight: Lakeshore Arts."First Note" Gala Fundraiser. Dinner, silentauction; dance to the sounds of The Toronto All·Star Big Band. Palais Royale, 1601 LakeshoreBlvd West. 416·201-7093. $125/pp. Proceedsgo toward ongoing free conmunity artsprogramming & perfoITTlances at the "Brass inthe Grass" music festival.•June 3 10:30am: Kingston Symphony. TheBeat BEETHOVEN Run. Run through historicdowntown Kingston & finish the 8 km or 4 kmcourse before the Kingston Symphony hasfinished playing 50 minutes of Beethoven'sbeloved classics. Prizes, refreshments & otherfamily activities. Race begins in front of KingstonCity Hall; perfoITTlance in Kingston ConfederationPark. For info or to register:www.beatbeethovenkingston.com Proceeds insupport of the Kingston Symphony Association.•June 14: Amadeus Choir. 4th AmadeusChoir Golf Classic. Includes 18 holes of golf,carts, lunch, dinner, competitions & prizes.Sleepy Hollow Country Club, Stouffville. 416-446-0188. 5/pp.•June 16 1 Oam-4pm: Doors Open Kingston.Church of the Redeemer/Kingston Kimball TheatrePipe Organ. Visit the restored & enlarged 1928Kimball theatre pipe organ, the country's largest.89 Kirkpatrick St., Kingston. 613-386-7295.Free.*June 171:00-4:00:RCMCommunitySchool. Sample Class Oay. Come try out someRCM classes - parents & children welcome. 90Croatia St. To reserve a place: 416-408-2825.Free, reservation required.•June 18: Hannaford Street Silver Band.Island Getaway. Sail across to the Royal CanadianYacht Club on Centre Island; enjoy a 4-coursedinner; entertainment by the Hannaford YouthBand and the Larry Bond Jau Trio; hosted byexecutive director Ray Tiuard; Curtis Metcalf,special guest speaker. 6:00: cocktails; 7:00:dinner in the ballroom. RCYC launch departs fromthe RCYC parking lot, Queen's Quay Eat the footof Parliament St. every 15 minutes to and 15minutes past the hour. 416-425-2874. 0/pp.•June 23 1 Oam-2pm: Ontario RegisteredMusic Teachers' Association, CentralToronto Branch. Sale of Used Music. Find out·of -print items, old favourites, music of by-gonedays, new music - choral, sheet music,collections, texts, books, musical white elephantitems. St. John's Norway Church, 470 WoodbineAve.416-694-5969. Proceeds will supportBranch activities such as student recitals &scholarships.•June 24 2:00-4:30: Fanshawe ChorusLondon/Gerald Fagan Singers.Strawbenies & Champagne in the Country.Afternoon of music, silent auction, delicacies. TheHank & Anne Vanderlaan Residence, 2617 OldVictoria Rd .. London ON. 519-433-9650, 1-866-244-0762. .•June 25 8:00: Toronto Alliance for thePerforming Arts. 28th Annual Oora MavorMoore Awards. Recognizing outstandingachievements in Toronto's performing artscommunity, in the categories of General Theatre,Independent Theatre, Dance, Opera, Theatre forYoung Audiences. Winter Garden Theatre, 189Yonge St. Regular tickets: 416-872-5555, $ 60;Canadian Jazz Vocalist& Recording ArtistADI BRAUNNow accepting a limited number of newvoice and piano students-all styles and levels --preparation for exams & auditions -"Every singer on the planet should take at leastone vocal lesson from Adi Braun ... her techniqueis a wonder to behold." - Jamyz Bee, JAZZ FM91For more information please call 416. 651 . 8116adi@adibraun.com www.adibraun.comlain Scott presents a5 Summer-afternoons Courseat St. Michael's College, Universityof Toronto, in association withClassical Pursuits.July 16-20, 3-Spm each day. 0"Opera and the Almighty"intriguing aspects of religion in opera~"The Power of Prayer in Opera"~"By Zeus' - Other peoples' Gods"~ " The 10 Deadly Sins in Opera".~ " God ' s on our side! - Paths of Glory"~ "Operatic Judgement Day -Heavenly forgiveness or Hell?"' "WWW .THEWHOLENOTE. COM J UN E 1 - J ULY 7 2007

VIP tickets: 416-536-6468 x27, 0.*Harbourfront Centre. Toronto Music Garden guided and selfguidedtours. June 6- September 26: 45-minute walking toursled by Toronto Botanical Garden volunteer guides, Wednesdays at11 am and Thursdays at 6m from June 24. Also 70-minute selfguidedaudio tours hosted by Yo-Yo Ma &Julie Moir Messervy.475 Queens Quay West. 416-9734000, www.harbourlront.caFree, group tours /pp.LECTURES/SYMPOSIA*June 3 11 :OOam: MNjcc. Great Jewish Composers. Lecture onStephen Sondheim with host/musician Jordan Klapman. 750Spadina Ave. 416-924-6211 x133. (includes coffee &bagels).*June 9 1:00: Gilbert & Sullivan Society (TorontoBranch): G&S TOT. An introduction to all things Gilbert &Sullivan. Canon Michael Burgess, course director. See June 9thconcert listings for related concerts. Maurice Cody Hall, St. Paul'sChurch, 227 Bloor St. East. 416-221-4864. Free (limited toavailable seating).*June 1412:00 noon: National Ballet of Canada. The lifeof a Ballet Dancer. Talk by Peter Ollmann, Senior Ballet Master,detailing the extensive training & auditioning processes a balletdancer undergoes; and giving basic demonstrations of balletexercises & the creation of characters with make-up & wigs.Richard Bradshaw Amphitheatre, Four Seasons Centre for thePerforming Arts, 145 Queen St. West. 416-363-8231. Free.MASTER CLASSES*June 2 12 noon-6pm: Micah Barnes. Performance Techniquefor Singers. Master class designed to move singers at every levelpast their blocks & fears, into a more liberated experience inperformance. Taught by coach Micah Barnes. Winchester StreetTheatre, 80 Winchester Street. 416-403-5491. $125 (reserve inadvance).*June 3 2:30-5:30: Singing Studio of Deborah Stai man.Master class in musical theatre/audition preparation, using textualanalysis and other interpretative tools forthe "sung monologue".Yonge & Eglinton area -please call for exact location. 416-483·9532, www.singingstudio.ca*June 9 & 10 7:00: Vocalway Studios. Voice master classwith Tom Schilling. Melrose United Church, 86 Homewood Ave.,Hamilton. 905-546-5671, www.vocalway.com (participant), O(auditor).*June 19 6:00: Vocalway Studios. Voice master class withTom Schilling. See June 9 & 10. College Street United Church,452 College St. Toronto.WholeNote MarketPlaceHomeWholeNote MarketPlaceEducationThe Art of the FluteA method, perfected over many yearswith many students, of one step at atime guidance to playing the flute. ~Studios near Yonge ~,' ' ' - -& St. Clair and RoyalYork & Bloor West.""l:.~~~~-Allan Pulker 416-926-1578 ·July 9, 12:15 prn Music Mondays, Holy Trinity ChurchJuly 15, 2 pm, Toronto Gen. Hospital, De Gasparis Cons.NORTH TORONTO INSTITUTE OF MUSICPrivate instruction and exam ~preparation by qualified teachersin the heart of Toronto.•Piano •Voice +Guitar +Strings+ Woodwinds + Percussion + Theory+ Music Theatre + Pre-school!!550 Eglinton Avenue East416-488-2588 www.nlimusic.comChernik Music SchoolDevelop and explore your creativitybothin performance and composition1• Piano • Theory and Composition• Strings • Voice • Woodwinds~ RCM examinations. Festivals and Recitals.Professional teachers. Individual approach.Unique teaching methods and interesting programs.647-341-5389 www.chernikmusic.com 416-638-8226I:"•"

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