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Volume 13 - Issue 1 - September 2007

ANNOUNCEMENTS*September 12 7:30: Etobicoke PhilharmonicOrchestra. Open Rehearsal Prospectivenew members, especially string players,are invited to sit in. Scarlett Heights EntrepreneurialAcademy, 15 T rehorne Dr., Etobicoke.To register: 416-232-2275.*September 12 - 18: Raga MusicSchool. Sanjay Rikhi Ram, Indian instrumentmaker, will be available for repairs of all kindsof Indian instruments. 37 Cumberland Ave.,Hamilton. To book: 905-529-7865 Cost dependanton kind & condition of the instrument.*September 15 11 am-5pm: Royal Conservatoryof Music in Mississauga.Doors Open. Tour this former family estatemansion. Musical performances throughoutthe day. 850 Enola Ave., Mississauga. 905·891- 7944. Free.*September 15 12:00 noon-5:00: TorontoEarly Music Centre. Toronto EarlyMusic Fair. Providing a survey of the earlymusic scene in Toronto. Mini-showcaseconcerts, displays for concert presenters,instrument makers & music retailers; informalpresentations by some of the area'shistorical performance enthusiasts. Mont·gomery's Inn, 4709 Dundas St. West. 416-966-1409. , (st/sr), (children under12), O(family), free to members of TEMC,Heritage Toronto & Friends of Etobicoke'sHeritage.*September 15 12:00 noon: WestbenMusic Theatre. A Taste of Westben FallFund Raiser Gala. Featuring gourmet food, fineart, silent auction, musical performances.#6698 County Road 30, 3 kms northwest ofCampbellford ON. 705-653-5508, 877-883-5777. .ANNOUNCEMENTS ... WORKSHOPS, ... ETCETERA*September 19 7:30: Etobicoke Commu·nity Concert Band. Open Rehearsal Communitymusicians on all wind instruments areinvited to sit in on an open rehearsal. Advanceregistration requested. Etobicoke Collegiate,86 Montgomery Rd. 416-410-1570,*September 20 12:10: UofT Faculty ofMusic. A Matinee at the Palace Cinema. Livemusic accompanying a 1924 silent filmfeaturing Rudolph Valentino, complete withcomedy/cartoon segments. John Kruspe,curator. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park. 416-978-3744. Free.*September 22 8:00: Colours of Music.Buster Keaton, Comedic Giant of the SilentScreen. Showing of film The Cameraman,with piano improvisation by William D'Meara.Hi-Way Pentecostal Church, 50 Anne St.North, Barrie. 705- 725-1070. ,(passport).*To September 26: Harbourfront Centre.Toronto Music Garden guided and self.guided tours. 45-minute walking tours led byToronto Botanical Garden volunteer guides,Wednesdays at 11 am and Thursdays at 6pm.Also 70-minute self-guided audio tours hostedby Yo-Yo Ma & Julie Moir Messervy. 475Queens Quay West. 416-973-4000, Free, group tours/pp.*October 7 1:30-4:30: Canadian CancerSociety. Celebrate the Arts: Women. Featur·ing music by singer Rosario Arce & Stonebridge;art exhibition; sculptors, artisans, silentauction. George lgnatieff Theatre, TrinityCollege, 15 Devonshire Place. 416-978-8849..LECTURES/SYMPOSIA*September 11 2:00-4:00: TorontoInternational lndo-Jazz Festival. Discus-+The Church of St. Simon-the-ApostleBloor St., Torontoinvites applications forPAID SECTION LEADS in all four parts.• Excellent sight-reading ability is a requirement.• Female voices should be able to sing early music.• Two meetings per week: Thursday rehearsaland Sunday morning service.Please contact Kirk Adsett Director of Music at905.827.9756 or S~ Sdoot -tJ~iiA/~~ ~,,rt2S1/eall4Violin and Cello age 3 and upSuzuki Headstart ages 2 - 4Music & Movement, Theory,Rhythmic Reading, Orchestra416-239-4637 WWW. THEWHOLENOTE.COMBack to Ad Indexsion on the spirituality of music, led by GuruT ulsi Sen. (For related concerts see dailylistings.) Hugh's Room, 2261 Dundas St.West. 416-531-6604. (advance), (st, on the day). Proceeds to create scholarshipfor underprivileged music students in India.*September 15 4:00: Music Gallery. XAvant Festival Symposium: Music Genres: DoWe Even Need Them Anymore? Panelistsinclude: Laurie Brown, Suba Sankaran, RainerWiens, Neil Wiernik. Fellowship Room, St.George the Martyr Church, 197 John St. 416-204-1080. Free.*September 17 8:00: Toronto WagnerSociety. Member Reports. Members discussrecent Wagner productions they have seenfrom many parts of the world. Arts andLetters Club, 14 Elm Members free,non-members by donation ( suggested).*September 23 11 am-12 noon: MNjcc.Sunday Music lecture: In the Beginning: TheOrigins of American Popular Music. With hostand musician Jordan Klapman. Followed byQ&A. 750 Spadina Ave. 416-924-6211x277. or for series of 8.*September 29 1 Dam: Colours of Music.Meet the Composer: Why music which istuneful? Presented by Elizabeth Raum,Composer-In-Residence. Burton Avenue UnitedChurch, 37 Burton Ave, Barrie. 705· 725-1070. (free with passport).*September 30 2:00: Toronto OperaClub. Mad Behaviour in Opera from Monteverdito Britten. Video presentation withguest speaker David Stanley-Porter. CDs to bewon. Room 330, Edward Johnson Bldg, 80Queen's Park. 416-924-3940. D.*October 4 1 Dam: City of Hamilton/American Liszt Society/McMasterUniversity School of the Arts. GreatRomantics Festival: In Praise of Virtuosity.Lecture by Ross Alley. (Preceding 11 am PianoRecital - see daily listings.) Convocation Hall,McMaster University, Hamilton. 905-525-9140 ext.23674. .*October 5 11 am: City of Hamilton/American Liszt Society/McMasterUniversity School of the Arts. GreatRomantics Festival: Preserving the Past: theInternational Piano Archives at Maryland.Lecture by Donald Manildi. (Following 1 DamPiano Recital - see daily listings.) ConvocationHall, McMaster University, Hamilton. 905-525-9140 ext.23674. .*October 6 1 Dam: City of Hamilton/American Liszt Society/McMasterUniversity School of the Arts. GreatRomantics Festival: Too Many Piano Concertos:An Introduction to the Hyperion recordseries, by the man who put it together. Lectureby Mike Spring. (Preceding 11 am Cello/PianoRecital - see daily listings.) Centenary UnitedChurch, 24 Main St. West, Hamilton. 905·525-9140 ext.23674. .*October 7 11 am-12 noon: MNjcc. SundayMusic lecture: I'm always Chasing ..... Dollar:Early Tin Pan Alley & the American MusicBu$ine$ $. See September 23.s~vfaCONTINUES PAGE 50~---_.- s~~~dturaay, ~eptember 29, 11 - 3pmRobert Gill He~tre -21~ Colle~e ~treet(omplete Detail1 & Re~imation Online at WWW.HAGHTYlf.(Om#' Preiente~ ~y Kat~ryn Domoney, foprano #'I WORLDS OF MUSIC TORONTOinfo@worldsofmusic.casi.ta.g, cfa V1.Ce § pLa tl ~1, of the worLGlwo,kshops and sessions for allstarling Septemberworldsofmusic.ca416-588-8813S EPTE MBE R 1 - O CTOBE R 7 2007

,~,·r~~a11:~~,· 1'!1m) 1,!Choristers (all voices) forEnsemble TrypTychChamber ChoirIr An exc~'!~r greatchoruses from opera,oratorio and easylistening repertoire.1'DU. Trinity Presbyterian Church , 1/ 2737 Bayview Ave ·•,l just south ofHwy 401 U! Easily accessible by TTC - 1one stop south of ,Bayview Subway Stop on /Sheppard line.WDIJRehearsals on Tuesday7:30-9:45 PM lII.J.•, ...We seek experienced anddedicated choral singers,who are passionateabout choral music &strive for excellence.We are a 16 voice choirdedicated to performingclassical music.905 522 TENORSETOBICOKE0!~!,~~!~ """[]'" " The invitesinquiries from tenor and baritonechoristers. This vibrant mixed-voice ensemblelaunches its 41 st season in September with Tuesdayevening rehearsals in preparation for an exciting3-concert series of varied choral repertoire.Contact: Mary Thornton, 416-620-1855methornton@sym patico .eaCLASSES & LESSONSALL AGES. ALL LEVELS.Join Canada's leading musicschool this September!New for Fall/ Winter• "Glenn Gould - The Polymath"with Rick Phillips• Klezmer Ensemblefor instrumentalists and vocalists• Cover Tunes: Acoustic Guitar Class"Great American Songwriters"• Scratchy Cat EnsembleFiddle Music for Young People• And much, much more!communityschool@rcmusic.cawww.rcmusic.caThe RCM Community SchoolToronto:416.408.2825 (Dufferin & Bloor)Mississauga:905.891. 7944 (Cawthra & Lakeshore)SEPTEMBER 1 - O CTOBER 7 2007WWW.THEWHOLENOTE. COMBack to Ad Index

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