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Volume 12 - Issue 9 - June 2007

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  • Jazz
  • Toronto
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concerts, an annual film

concerts, an annual film festival,native dance performances, chamberand full orchestral classicalperformances, and more.The Symphony in the BarnChamber Orchestra is the residentensemble of The Barn, and is comprisedof exceptional young artistswho come together for a summerof inspired music making.A typical concert at The Barnwould includes a full orchestralperformance, accompanied by thesounds of the birds in the rafters, atypical visit of one of the farm animalsthrough the concert hall, astarlight reception, and farm-bakedrefreshments at intermission.This summer's festival will runfrom July 27-29 and will entail afull weekend of performances andevents.For more information contact519-369-3157 or visitwww.symphonyinthebam.com.July 27-29www.symphonyinthebarn.com519-369-3157TD Canada TrustToronto Jazz FestivalToronto, ONKick start your summer on ajazzynote as the TD Canada Trust TorontoJazz Festival takes over thecity from June 22 - July 1, 2007.Celebrating music in all its forms,the festival presents more than 350concerts over ten days with 1,500musicians performing at locationsall across Toronto.Drawing some of the biggestnames in jazz, the TD CanadaTrust Toronto Jazz Festival is proudto welcome internationally renownedartists such as DaveBrubeck, Chris Botti, Holly Cole,Herbie Hancock, Roy Hargrove,James Hunter, Keith Jarrett, SeanLennon, Manteca, DelfaeyoMarsalis, Medeski Scofield Martin& Wood;, Jean-Luc Ponty, JoshuaRedman, Mavis Staples, DerekTrucks, and more.This year's highlights include:The GRANDMASTERS Series,presented by Panasonic, featuringDave Brubeck, Herbie Hancockand Keith Jarrett at the Four SeasonsCentre for the PerformingArts; Free daytime concerts; Freedaily Workshops and Talkbacks atthe JAZZ.FM9 l Broadcast Centre;Performances atLive@Courthouse- Toronto'snewest jazz nightclub; and thePrimus Stage atNathan PhillipsMUSIC AT PORT MILFORDMPM FESTIVAL PERFORMANCES 2007Visit "The County" andexperience world classchamber music in a locationknown for its exquisitebeaches, historic homes, biketours, antiques, local artistsand exciting new vineyards.Square with free daily afternoonperformances.For more information please visitour website.June 22 - July 1www.torontojazz.com416-928-2033Toronto SummerMusic Academy andFestivalEdward Johnson Bldng, U ofT,Toronto, ONThe 2007 Festival transports youinto THE MAGICAL WORLD OFMUSIC. Experience the multifacetedlanguage of music, a worldoffantasy, of grief and pain, ofdramaand humour, of unexpectedharmonic turns and changes ofatmosphere, offascinating structuresand unending variations.Every program touches on a magicalaspect of musical expression.Featuring over 30 events includingconcerts, lectures, workshops,and tours, Toronto Summer Musicpresents outstanding Canadian andinternational artists and promisesamazing musical experiences. Tothe Berlin Philharmonic Wind Quintet,Anton Kuerti and AndreLaplante, to the return of the LeipzigString Quartet, the GryphonTrio and NEXUS, the Festival hasadded a vocal recital series and aMusic and Letters series this yearwhich gives insight into the musicthrough a reading ofletters writtenby the composers. The Festivalcloses with the flamboyant humourof Rossini's masterpiece The Barberof Seville sung by Canada'sbest young singers, staged byMichael PatrickAlbano and playedWestben Arts FestivalConcerts at The BarnThe Barn, Campbellford, ON\estben - Concerts at The Barn's8th season with performances ofworld class music in wide opencountryside includes classical,Broadway, jazz and world music.The 2007 season includes thesymphonic Chopin & ChampagneGala, featuring pianist JaninaFialkowska and the Westben FestivalOrchestra and Chorus. TheUBC Opera Ensemble presentsGilbert & Sullivan's The Gondoliers.Renowned musicians includepianistsAngela Hewitt, AndreLaplante, and Minsoo Sohn. Alsoon stage is Guido Basso and theTrue North Brass and pipavirtuosa, Yadong Guan. Westben'sever-popular Broadway review atThe Barn features favourites fromOklahoma to South Pacific,Gershwin to Rodgers & Hammerstein.Westben also launches Saturdayevening concerts, including SaturdayNight at the Opera hosted byCBC's Howard Dyck, and featuringMark DuBois, Donna Bennett,Bruce Kelly and Al Purdy at theQuinte Hotel. Jazz Out of ThisWorld takes on a Latin twist withNorteno Tango Nuevo, HilarioDuran and the Herencia Latina 12-piece salsa band.The Barn, 6698 Country Road30, Campbellford, ONJune 30-August 4www.westben.on.ca877-883-5777 or 705-653-5508Takai String QuartetFriday nights at 8:00 PMSt. Mary Magdalene Church, Picton OntarioTHE ALCAN STRING QUARTET, JULY 27THE TOKAI STRING QUARTET, AUGUST 3THE TOKAI STRING QUARTET, AUGUST 10PORT MILFORD FACULTY, AUGUST 17Ticket Information: Singles /Students Festival pass I Students Tickets available at door orBooks on the Bay, Picton; Quinte Arts Council, Bellevilleand Grande Theatre, KingstonFor further informationwww.mpmcamp.org 613-476-7647by musicians of the National AcademyOrchestra under the directionof Agnes Grossmann.July 24 - August 19www.torontosummermusic.caTickets: 416-813-4091; Info:416-585-4464a previous productionin MacMillan Theatre. This yearsSummer Festival will feature "TheBarber of Seville. "68 WWW.THEWHOLENOTE. COMJUNE 1 - JULY 7 2007

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