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Volume 13 - Issue 10 - July/August 2008

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... LISTINGS: SECTION 5SUMMER FESTIVALS AND SERIESAug 10 7:30: ECMA and Music PEI Award Winners'Showcase. Nathan Wiley; Tim Chaisson; theSaddle River String Band. $ 24.Aug 15 7:30: The Team Canada of Trombones.Contemporary, operatic & jazz repertoire. I T romboniensemble from Vancouver. .Aug 16 7:30: Youth legacy Performance. UPEIMusic Society. .Aug 17 7:30: Prelude to a Dream. Susanne Hou,violin. .Aug 22 7:30: Matt Anderson. Singer-songwriter..Aug 24 7:30: Da Vinci Codex. Toronto Consort..Kincardine Summer Music FestivalKincardine (ON)August 2-161-866-453-9716www.ksmf.caThis summer festival combines live performanceswith musical instruction. This year'sperforming artists include pianist Peter Allen,the Foothills Brass and the Scottish trio Caledon.Admission prices range from free to .BBG = Bruce Bar and Grill, 750 Queen St.BWGI = Best Western Governor's Inn, 791Durham St.KBP = Kincardine Beach Pavillion, foot of DurhamSt.KOSS = Kincardine District SecondarySchool, 885 River LaneKPC = Knox Presbyterian Church, 345 DurhamSt.VP = Victoria Park, Queen St.Aug 02 8:00: Caledon. Scotland's Three Tenors.KPC. .Aug 03 8:00: Andrew Downing's Arts and lettersEnsemble. Fusion of jazz, roots, classical &gypsy. BWGI. .Aug 04 8:00: Heather Bambrick. BWGI. Jazzvocalist. $ 20.Aug 05 8:00: The Blues. Rick Fines, Suzie Vinnick,Carlos del Junco. BWGI. .Aug 06 8:00: Twice 5. Alex Dean Quintet &Dave McMurdo Quintet. BWGI. .Aug 07 4:00: Sploink. Jazz. VP. Free.Aug 07 8:00: Carol Weisman. Jazz vocals &piano. BWGI. $ 20.Aug 08 7: 00: KSMF Jazz Student Showcase.KOSS. $10.Aug 08 8:00: Stardust Big Band. KBP. .Aug 09 8:30: Robbie Antones Blues Machine.BBG. .Aug 10 4 :00: Al Mullins Jazz Aggregation. VP.Free.Aug 10 8:00: Wind Song. Patricia Creighton,flute; Peter Allen, piano. KPC. .Aug 11 8:00. Nexus Percussion Ensemble. KPC..Aug 12 8:00: Peter Allen,piano. KPC. .Aug 13 8:00:FoothillsBrass. KPC. .Aug 14 8:00; TheMontrea!Duartet. KPC. .Aug 15 8:00: Sounds Symphonic. KSMF FacultySummer Orchestra, Matthew Jones, conductor;KSMF Faculty Wind Ensemble; Nigel Evans, conductor.KOSS. .Aug 16 1 :OD: Grand Finale Student Showcase.KSMF Bands, Strings, Choirs, Symphony Orchestraand Chamber Music students. KOSS. .00.Lanaudiere FestivalJoliette (QC)July 4-August 5450-759-7636www.lanaudiere.orgThis festival features a month of concerts inand around Joliette, Quebec. Headlining artistsinclude pianist Marc-Andre Hamelin, the MontrealSymphony Orchestra, the Orchestre Metropolitaindu Grand Montreal and the DrchestreSymphonique de Quebec.BC = Berthiereville Church, 780 MontcalmSt., BerthierevilleCA = Church of L' Assomption, 153 du PortageSt., L' AssomptionCL= Church of Lavaltrie, 1341 Notre DameSt., LavaltrieCSAR = Church of St-Alphonse-Rodriguez,960 Notre Dame St. Alphonse-RodriguezCSC = Church of St-Calixte, 2692 PrincipaleSt., St-CalixteCS-E = Church of St-Esprit, 82 St-Isidore St.,St-EspritCSM = Church of St-Melanie, 910 PrincipaleSt., St-MelanieCSS = Church of St-Sulpice, 1095 NotreDame St., St-SulpiceCSZ = Church of St-Zenon, 6171 PrincipaleSt., St -ZenonJA = Joliette Amphitheatre, 1575 Basse deRoe Blvd., JolietteJAM = Joliette Art Museum, 145 WilfridCorbeil St., JolietteLPCR = La Purification Church of Repentigny,445 Notre-Dame St., RepentignyStPdJ = Church of St-Paul-de-Joliette, 8Brassard Blvd., St-Paul-de-JolietteJui 04 8:00: Carmina Burana. Drchestre Metropolitaindu Grand Montreal; Choeur du festival &other choirs; Yannick Nezet-Seguin, conductor.JA. -.Jui 05 8:00: Carmina Burana. See July 4.Jui 06 2:00: Cantabile. A cappella quartet fromLondon sings Bach to the Beatles. JA. -.Jui 07 8:00: In Recital. Franck: Violin Sonata in A;Mathieu: Fantaisie pourviolon et piano; Lekeu:Violin Sonata in G. David Lefevre, violin; AlainLefevre, piano. BC. .Jui 08 8:00:A Romantic Cathedral from lisitsa.Schumann: Kinderszene~; Beethoven: Sonata in f,Op. 57; Rachmaninoff: Etude-Tableau in a, Op.39; Op 32 Preludes in g sharp, G, b & g; Thalberg:Fantasy on Rossini's Barber of Seville; Liszt: Totentanz.StPdJ. .Jui 10 8:00: Beneath the Frescoes ofMichelangelo. Works by Palestrina, Maurenzio,Cesare, Mazzocchi, Ugolini & Frescobaldi. Studiode musique ancienne de Montreal; ChristopherJackson, conductor. CS-E. .Jui 11 8:00: Puccini Celebration. Arias and duosfrom La Boheme, Madama Butterfly, T urandot,Tosca & others. Sondra Radvanovsky, soprano;Richard Margison, tenor; Drchestre symphoniquede Quebec; Yoav Talmi, conductor. JA. -.Jui 12 8:00: Bird Extravaganza. Works inspiredby birds, by Liszt, Handel, Gounod, Stravinsky,Messiaen, Saint-Saens & Ouelette. Orchestre duFestival; Jean-Marie Zeitouni, conductor; Guest:Aline Kutan, soprano; Stewart Goodyear, piano.JA. -.Jui 13 8:00: RomeoandJulietMeetin the PassionateWorld of the Tango. Astorias Ensemble;Contempotango. JA. -.Jui 15 8:00: Thouin-Dyachkov Duo. Worksfor violin and cello by Schulhoff, Honegger, Martinu& Ravel. Olivier Thouin, violin; Yegor Dyachkov,cello. LPCR. .Jui 17 8:00: Les Nuitsd'Ete. Works for voice andpiano by Berlioz, Grieg, Hahn, Roy & Dbradors.Michele Losier, mezzo; Louis Dominique Roy,40 WWW. THEWHOLENOTE.COMpiano. CSZ. .Jui 18 8:00: The Planets. Copland: Fanfare for theCommon Man; Nielsen: Symphony No. 4;Holst: The Planets. Orchestre Metropolitain duGrand Montreal; Jean-Marie Zeitouni, conductor;Guest: Pierre Chastenay, narrator. JA. -.Jui 11 :OOam: Mast ere/ass with Alain Lefevre.JAM. Free with pass.Jui 19 2:30: Ala in Lefevre Shares the Stage.Works arranged for multiple pianos by Glinka,Liszt, Arensky, Rachmaninoff, Arutunian, Lutoslawski& others. Eight pianists. JA. -.Jui 19 8:00: Alain Lefevre- Master of Ceremonies.Concertos for two, three and four pianos byBach & Mozart. Orchestre du Festival; DanielMyssyk, conductor. Guests: eight pianists. JA.-.Jui 20 8:00: Jazz and the Blues in Song. Swingmusic by Ellington, Armstrong & others.TerraHazelton and Her Easy Answers. JA. -.Jui 21 8:00: Transcendental Piano l Liszt: Harmoniespoetiques et religieuses (excerpts); Messiaen:Vingt regards surl'Enfant Jesus (excerpts).lnon Barnatan, piano. CSAR. .Jui 22 8:00: Transcendental Piano ll Liszt: Harmoniespoetiques et religieuses (excerpts); LegendNo. 2, St Francis of Paulo Walking on the Waves;Messiaen: Visions de I' Amen, for two pianos.Jimmy Briere, David Jalbert & Maneli Prizadehpiano. CL. .'Jui 24 8:00: Romantic Songs of Schubert andSchumann. Thomas Meglioranza, baritone; ReikoUchida, piano. CSM. .Jui 25 8:00: Two Orchestras. Works by Marquez,R. Strauss & Ravel. Orchestre de la FrancophonieCanadienne; Jean-Philippe Tremblay, conductor;Guest: Marianne Fiset, soprano. JA. -.Jui 26 8:00: Handel's Favourites. Chandos Anthems2, 5 & 6; Gloria. Lydia Teuscher, soprano;Andreas Karasiak, tenor; Les Violons du Roy; LaChapelle de Quebec; Bernard Labadie, conductor.JA. -.Jui 27 8:00: love Songs: Arabic and Andalusianmusic. Constantinople; Guest: Fran~oise Allan,vocalist. JA. -.Jui 28 8: 00: Pianistic Wonder - Ingrid Fliter.Haydn: Sonata No. 53 in e; Beethoven: Sonata No.18 in E flat, Sonata No. 31 in A flat; Schubert:Impromptu in c. CSS. .Jui 29 8:00: Marc-Andre Hamelin Plays Alkan'sMonumental Sonata. Berg: Sonata, Op. 1; Chopin:Sonata No. 2 in b flat, Op. 35; Alkan: Concerto forsolo piano, Op. 39, Nos. 8-10. CA. .lana1i~i{jrewww.lan~ud1ere.orgJui 31 8:00: Bold Colours and Gentle Hues.Works by Marais, Couperin and Forqueray. LucBeausejour, harpsichord; Juan Manuel Quintana,viola da gamba. CSC. .Aug 018:00:A Miracle. Mozart: SymphoniesNos. 34 & 36; Clarinet Concerto; Horn ConcertoNo. 1. Christian Gerhaher, baritone; Lorenzo Coppola,basset clarinet; Teunis van der Zwart, horn;Freiburg Baroque Orchestra; Gottfried von derGoltz, conductor. JA. -.Aug 02 8:00: Nagano and Verdi's Requiem. SondraRadvanovsky, soprano; Elena Maximova,mezzo; Arturo Chacon-Cruz, tenor; John Relyea,bass; Choeur St-Laurent; Marika Kuzma, chorusmaster; Drchestre symphonique de Montreal;Kent Nagano, conductor. JA. -$ 50.Aug 03 2:00: Caravana Flamenca: Music andDance from Andalusia. Jose Luis Perez, vocalist;Dominique Soulard, guitar; Eric Breton, percussion:& others. JA. -.Live from the Rock Folk FestivalPull-a-Log Park, Red Rock (ON)August 8-10705-345-5552www.livefromtherock.comThis Northern Ontario festival features folk,blues and other styles. Artists performing thisyear include Dean Mc Taggart, Manitoba Hal,Cosmic Granola and Flamenco Caravan. Campingand marina facilities are available. Weekendpass for ; (senior & youth); $10(child).Mariposa Folk FestivalT udhope Park, Ori Ilia (ON)July 4-6705 326-3655www.mariposafolk.comFolk, roots, blues, gospel, acoustic and worldmusic traditions in a family-friendly setting.Artists on seven stages include Hayden, JoelPlaskett, David Essig, the Sultans of String,Muhtadi and many others.Weekend passes: -; (youth 17-24yrs). Friday night admission: ; (youth17 -24 years). Saturday or Sunday admission:; (youth 17-24 years).Mill Race Festival of Traditional FolkMusicCambridge (ON)August 1-31-800- 749 -7 560www.millracefolksociety.comThis free festival is presented in various venuesin Downtown Galt, near the Grand River.JU LY 1 - SEPT 7 2008

Performers this year include. Rant MaggieRant, the Rembetika Hipsters, the TorontoMorris Men and Farewell to Erin.Aug 01 7:00 to 11 :00: Various performers.Aug 0212:00noon to 11 :00: Various performers.Aug 031 :00 to 11 :00: Various performers; also folk·dancing worl

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