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Volume 13 - Issue 10 - July/August 2008

OSHAWA DURHAMSYMPHONY

OSHAWA DURHAMSYMPHONY ORCHESTRAMARCOPARISOTTOBe part of the exciting growth of a great orchestra.OSHAWA DURHAM SYMPHONY ORCHESTRADurham Region's leading artsorganization is holdingAUDITIONS in September 2008Openings:Associate Concertmaster and Principal positions forSecond Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Oboe, Horn,Trumpet, Trombone, Tuba(NB. Qualified applicants only please)Send one-page resume to auditions@odso.caFor details please visit www.odso.caecc/\AETOBICOKECENTEOJCHOIRETOBICOKE CENTENNIAL CHOIRSingers are warmly invited to join ourdynamic SATB community choir.We are celebrating our 42nd season in 2008-2009and welcoming our new Music Director,CARON DALEY.Auditions will be held on September 2, 2008.Interested singers are also invited to attend the choir'sOpen Rehearsal on Tuesday, September 16, 2008.For further information, visit our website at:www.etobicokecentennialchoir.caor call Elizabeth Fisher at 416-253-0214TORONTO OPERA REPERTOIRE2008-09 SEASON SPECIAL AUDITIONSTOR welcomes lyric tenors andbaritones to audition for roles in LaCenerentola, and one of Tosca orCarmen. Some soprano roles stillavailable as well. To be heldAugust 30, 2008, 2 pm-6 pm.auditions@toronto-opera.com,or voice mail at 416-698-9572.More info at www.toronto-opera.comWE ARE All Music's CHILDRENbymJBuellJULY & AUGUST's Children... have all gone to musiccamp. ALL of Music's Childrenshould have this opportunity!The contest will resume in September.Know someone whose photoshould appear on this page inthe coming season? Your suggestionsare always welcome!musicschildren@thewholenote.comJUNE'S CHILD ....Annalee Patipatanikoon grewup in Calgary, Alberta. She isone of Canada's most respectedviolinists and one-third of theGryphon Trio along with JamieParker (piano), and Roman Borys(cello). The Gryphon Triowas ensemble-in-residence forten years with the Music Torontoconcert series. Annalee combinesa busy chamber music careerwith her University of Torontoteaching commitments.Her own teachers have includedDr. Lise Elson (Mount RoyalCollege), Aaron Rosand (TheCurtis Institute), Franco Gulliand Miriam Fried (Indiana University).Annalee is a laureate ofBelgium's Queen Elizabeth InternationalViolin Competition.(Questions most often asked? Annalee's last name is of Thai origin;and she pe,forms on a /907 Carlo Oddone violin.)Earliest musical memory? Running around and playing in Suzukigroup class.Other musicians in your family? My mother was a trained nurseand amateur pianist. She insisted that her children study a musicalinstrument until age 18. I'm the oldest and the only professional musician.The second oldest started with the violin but spent the majorityof her time learning the cello. She is now a nurse and Coordinatorfor the Alberta Blood and Marrow Transplant Program. Theyoungest also started with violin and progressed to piano and finallyvoice. She is a Grade 4 school teacher and Literacy Coach in NorthernWashington State in the US.First experiences of making music? Apparently I sang all the timeas a child. Violin lessons were something fun: I had a whole newset of friends to see once a week! I started at the age of 3. I believeI was 4 when this Suzuki Final Concert photo was taken in Calgary.... with others? Saturday string quartets. My teacher, Lise Elson, organizedthree violin students and a willing cellist. The violinists tookturns playing viola.... of thinking of yourself as a musician? I was 9, at MeadowmountSummer School (8 weeks in upstate New York). I met somenew, slightly older friends. I was so impressed with their talent anddedication ... this was what I wanted to do!Do you remember ever thinking you would do anything else?In my final year at the Curtis Institute we all filled out career surveys.Mine revealed that I might make a good Forest Ranger or FireFighter. Six weeks later I received an invitation from the PhiladelphiaFire Department to come and join the force!Face-to-/ ace with little Annalee in that photo, is there anythingyou'd say? Nice legs!CONTINUES ON PAGE 5048 WWW. THEWHOLENOTE.COM J U LY 1 - SEPT 7 2008

WILLIAM BROWN, Artistic DirectorJAMES BOURNE, PianistJoin the world of opera -as a chorus member!Toronto Opera Repertoire, the city's oldestcommunity-based opera organization, is seekingenthusiastic choristers for its 2009 seasonperformances. Our chorus is a non-auditionedensemble, and welcomes singers of all ages,experience, and voice types. Above is a scene from thefinal moments of last year's production of Verdi's AMasked Ball - you could be in the picture next year!Rehearsals will begin in early October.For more information, seewww.toronto-opera.com, or write tochorusinfo@toronto-opera.comFOR THE 2008-2009 SEASON7 TO 10 P.M., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27TH, 2008OPENINGS FOR ALL TREBLE VOICES: S1, S2, A1, A2ORIANA Women's Choir is a well-establishedclassical treble-voice choir in Toronto.We rehearse Wednesday evenings and perform three subscriptionconcerts and various other engagements each year.to ron tda rt s bou ncilCall 416 923-3123 for information.Website: www.orianachoir.comEmail: auditions@orianachoir.comDiscover the Joyof teaching MYC®JMusic for Young Children®is the onlychild-centered musiclearning systemthat integrates keyboard,creative movement,rhythm, ear training,sight reading, musictheory and composition.Please contact:Kimberly Crawford, BA, MBA, MYCCCentral Ontario Coordinator1-888-474-1556k.crawford@myc.comwww.myc.com] U LY 1 - S EPT 7 2008 WWW. THEWHOLENOTE.COM 49

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