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Volume 12 - Issue 9 - June 2007

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OPPORTUNITY• MUSIC

OPPORTUNITY• MUSIC DIRECTORThe 40 members of the Toronto Chamber Choir,who specialize in Renaissance and Baroque repertoire,are searching for a new conductorwith energy and creative vision.Closing date for applications:September 30, 2007Please call 416-763-1695 oremail search@torontochamberchoir.cawww.torontochamberchoir.caGRANDPHILHARMONICCHOIRHoward DyckArtistic DirectorGENERAL MANAGERFull-time position responsible for production and marketingof concerts, financial management and development, Boardand volunteer support. If you have relevant universityeducation or equivalent, management experience, a passionfor and knowledge of the arts, and preferably experience inmusic production, we invite you to apply by June 16 to:Search CommitteeGrand Philharmonic Choir101 Queen Street N.,Kitchener, N2H 6P7Or e- mail to:exuxrev@ rogers.comSee www.grandphilchoir.com for further informationand detailed job description.titions provide her with benchmarksof her progress and help herto stay motivated now that thereare no more exams for her to play.She was also asked if performingever gives her bad dreams. With aperfectly straight face, this demureyoung person said that infact she recently had a dream inwhich she was on her way to performa concert, and realized thatshe had left her gown behind.Never mind! She sounded justgreat playing in jeans and runningshoes, embracing that big shinyBosendorfer as if it was a livingbreathing thing.A Star is Born: Light Classics;Sat. Nov. JO, 7:30pm and Sun.Nov. 11, 2007 at 3 :00 pm. RozalynChok debuts with Peter Oundjianand the TSO."Canaries" late homeThe following two choral profiles did not make it into last month's "CanaryPages" (WholeNote's annual directory of Choirs in ouir region). Along with 139other profiles, they can be found on our website at www.thewholenote.comChoirs of the Church ofSt. Mary MagdaleneSince 1921, under the leadership ofHealey Willan, the Church of SaintMary Magdalene has fostered a choraltradition unique in Canada. Theweekly round of Anglo-Catholic liturgiesincludes participation fromseveral choral and instrumentalgroups. The Ritual Choir sings GregorianChant under the leadership ofour Cantor, Rob Castle. The acclaimedGallery Choir, whose EMIrecordings garnered much acclaim,specializes in a cappella repertoire,both ancient and modem. Informalensembles include the SMM singersand the Chant Club. Recently appointedDirector of Music StephanieMartin welcomes inquiries.Stephanie Martinstmartin@yorku.cawww. stmarymagdalene. caFanshawe Chorus London/Gerald Fagan SingersFanshawe Chorus London is aworld-class, community based ensembleof 110, with a sister organization,the Gerald Fagan Singers, aAUDITIONS2007 - 2008JubilatesingersAUDITIONSDirector Isabel Bemaus leads achamber choir with an eclectic.multilingual repertoire (from Cuba.Argentina. Estonia. Finland. Canada.Spain. France. Germany; classical.traditional. contemporary). with a3-concert series and occasionalcommunity performances. Openings inall sections. Rehearsals are Tuesdays,7:30 pm at St Leonard's Church (youare welcome to sit in on a rehearsal).www.jubilatesingers.caAuditions Tuesday June 12St. Leonard's Church25 Wanless Ave.(near Yonge & Lawrence)Call 416-385-1502 to arrange a time.THE ORATORYChurch of the Holy Family(in the Parkdale area)has a vacancy for aBass voice.This is a paid position.Extensive repertoire, primarilyRenaissance polyphonyThursday rehearsals, one ortwo services on Sunday(Latin Mass, Vespers) andoccasional extrascall Peter Bishop:416-535-5119precentor@look.caExperience the sheer joy of singing with one of Canada's mostrevered choral conductors as part of the Amadeus Choir,renowned for its excellence and sheer beauty of sound.We are seeking experienced choral singerswith good sight reading skills.Call 903-642-8706 to set up your June audition.Next season, the Amadeus Choir will perform works byDALEY, HENDERSON, Mi\RTI\, PART and VILLA-LOBOS, along withMendelssohn's choral masterpiece &JJAH.INFORMATION: 416-446-0188 OR amachoir@idirect.comi1 arnaaeuscnoirLYDIA ADAMS,Conductor and Artistic Director50WWW. THEWHOLENOTE.COM J UNE 1 - ] ULY 7 2007

chamber choir of 24. Gerald Fagan is the accompanistand general manager. Both groupsare accompanied by the Concert Players Orchestrain a variety of concerts every year. FourCDs have been released, and the Chorus hastwice earned a Lieutenant Governor's Awardfor the Arts. Repertoire includes all the majorchoral works, as well as more contemporaryworks with a particular focus on Canadian composers.Singers who audition to join must readmusic and assist in some aspect of the organization'soperation.Marlene Fagan 519 433 9650www .choruslondon.cominfo@choruslondon.comWholeNote MarketPlaceServicesProfessional & HealthLA/,exander Techniquewith Verna JohnsorLCertified Alexander Teacher-22 years' teaching experience_,Venues for Hireand masterclassesat reasonable rent. ~The space has a 6' Bostongrand piano, an upright pianoand seats 30 - 40 people.Contact the North Toronto Instituteof Music at 416-488-2588 for information.ServicesProfessional & HealthRelease pain.Relax. Breathe. Move.WholeNote MarketPlaceSales & ServicesRecording-----Recording Engineerwww.timothyminthorn.comA specialist in high qualityclassical recording.Get a world-class sound.on-site or in my studio416.461.0635Recording & Mastering.Great live room in old movie theatre.Yamaha Grand Piano. Hammond M3& Leslie Milestone Drums. per hour 416.467.9597www.studio92canada.comCall for a coffee and tour•www.lauraadlers.comLAURA ADLERSthe business of the arts_gSpecializingI (416) 467 ·0634laura((\llauraadlas.com$ ? .,) NEED HELP WITH YOUR TAXES?in personal, business,partnership, and corporate tax returnsincluding prior years and adjustments.• free consultation• accurate work• pickup & deliveryarranged-HOLD YOUR NEXT RECITALCall Norm Pulker905-830-2985npulker@rogers.comfax: 905-830-9810'-Dr. Katarina Bulat ll.sc.o.c. 1&Mus1c1AN•Chiropractor 416-461-1906Private practice. Coxwell & Danforth area.Piro ofPOSITIVE Servicesheliconian hallA beautiful restored Carpenter's Gothic board and batten churchbuilding in the heart of Yorkville can be rented at reasonablerates for musical events. Steinway Grand piano included.A high, vaulted ceiling provides excellent concert-hall acoustics.Capacity up to 120. Tel: 416-922-3618 Fax: 416-922-2431Carol Anne LynchEditing and desktop publishingfor the arts,concert programme design & layoutph. 416-652-2077 • calynch@sympatico.caENTERTAINERS NEEDED!We are now accepting new ArtistsSend your media package toEntertainment TorontoLtdEmail: Artists@Entertainmen !Toronto.CAWebsite: www.EntertainmentToronto.CA• MISTER'SMASTERINGHOUSEDIGITAL EDITINGCD MASTERINGOPEN REEL & CASETIE TRANSFERS96/24 CAPABILITYCONTACf. KARL MACHAT416503 3060 .,.547 227 KARLMISTERS.MASTERS@SYMPATICO.CARestaurantsCommensal Vegetarian Restaurant655 Bay St. entrance on Elm St.416-596-9364 www.commensal.caLive Jazz Fri. & Sat. evenings. Va lidated parking after 6 pmMore MarketPlace on page 47Cheeses from around the world,meats, groceries, dry goodsgift baskets ...Everything you needfor reception planning.416-364-7397www.pasqualebros.com~ 16 Goodrich Rd., Etobicoke- ~ (south of Bloor, west off Islington)ma~~l!lmrmmmm .WWW.THEWHOLENOTE.COM 51

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