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Volume 13 - Issue 6 - March 2008

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·~ ..lnterprovincial Music CampMusic al Port Milford(Milford, ON)July 19- Aug. 16Chamber music school for stringstudents (age: 13-18)Music at Port Milford summerfestival and music school wasestablished in 1986, in historicPrince Edward County. MPMoffers four weeks of intensivechamber music study, in a wholesomeand nurturing environment,for serious string students. Students,admitted competitively,work together with artist facultymentors to produce weekly performancesof chamber, orchestraland choral works. Resident facultyinclude the Takai Quartet andMarie Berard.914-439-5039www.mpmcamp.orgdirector@mpmcamp.orgThe Music Studio(Etobicoke, ON)Lessons/classes, wide range ofinstruments and voice for all ages(flexible scheduling)National Arts Centre(Ottawa, ON)Young Artists Programme forUniversity/High schoolOune 9-July 1)Conductors Programme foremerging professionalsOune 15-26)Composers Programme foremerging professionalsOune 19-26)613-94 7 -7000 ext. 568www.nac-cna.ca/smicharris@nac-cna.caNational Music Camp of Canada(Orillia, ON; on LakeCouchiching)(age: 16 and under)Aug. 17- 23 (Junior) , Aug. 24-31(Senior)416-482-2475, 1-800-701-3132www.nationalmusiccamp.comoffice@nationalmusiccamp.comNational Youth Orchestraof Canada(Toronto, ON)end of June to mid-Aug.416 - 234 - 9268 416-532-4470, 1-888-532-4470wwwthemusicstudio.calessons@themusicstudio.caNational Academy Orchestraof Canada(Hamilton, ON)May 5-Aug. 22Canada's only professionaltraining orchestra905-525-7664, 1-888-4 75-9377wwwnationalacademyorchestra.comwww.brottmusic.comorchestramanager@brottmusic.comwww.nyoc.orginfo@nyoc.orgNo Strings Theatre(Toronto, ON)July 7-31No Strings Theatre is a summerintensive, located between theToronto Annex and Forest Hillareas, where youth aged 13 to 21with an interest in musical theatrecan develop their singing, actingand dancing skills through workingwith professionals in the field . Theprogram includes vocal instruction,drama and dance classes, andculminates in a fully staged publicperformance.416-588-5845www.nostringstheatre.comdirectors@nostringstheatre.comNorth Toronto Institute of Music(Toronto, ON)July and Aug.The North Toronto Institute ofMusic is offering many excitingprograms during the summer.Theory in all subjects and levels isavailable in intensive two-weekcourses for RCM exams in JulyOuly 2-17). String orchestralrehearsals and performances arealso offered in one-week intensiveclasses. Regular private lessons invoice and most instruments continuefrom the beginning of July tothe middle of August. All coursesare taught by highly qualifiedprofessionals, among them manyaward-winning performing artists.416-488-2588www.ntimusic.cominfo@ntimusic.comOakville Performing Arts Camp(Oakville, ON)July 14-18, 21-25905-338-7128www. oakvil les uzu ki.orgregistrar@oakvillesuzuki.orgOntario MennoniteMusic Camp(Waterloo, ON)Aug. 10- 2258 WWW. THEWHOLENOTE. COM905-642-7070www.grebel .uwaterloo.ca/OMMCOrford Arts Centre(Orford , QC)June 16-Aug. 16Master classes and summerworkshops1-800-567-6155, 819-843-9871www.arts-orford.orgPenticton Academy of Music(Penticton, BC)June and JulyOne- to two-week sessions, hourorday-long, in Piano, Music Roots,Ukulele, Strings, Yoga (children toadults)250-493-7977www.pentictonacademyofmusic.capenacademyofmusic@shawcaQueen of Puddings: Songs &Scenes for Classical Singersand Collaborative Pianists(Toronto, ON)Aug. 4-16Two-week summer intensiveprogram416-203-4149www.queenofpuddingsmusictheatre.comqueenofpuddings@bellnet.caThe Royal Conservatory ofMusic Community School(Toronto and Mississauga, ON)Parents & babies or youngchildren: Music With Your BabyI Toddler - for parents and babies0- 36 months; Eurhythmics (2-5years); Preparatory Music (3-5years); Kodaly & Orff SamplerClass (6- 7 years).Children & Youth: (Group classesrun throughout July). SummerMusic Camps-Adventures inMusic; Summer Suzuki Program;String Quartets & Small Ensembles;Acoustic Guitar fromScratch; Piano Classes.Teens & Adults: (Group classesrun throughout July). PrivateLessons & Small Ensembles;Piano Duo/Duet Class; PianoConcerto Class; Introduction toAcoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar& Bass; Introduction to Singing;Opera Scene Study; RCMSummer Chorus; RCM RepertoryChoir; Sight Reading UnderPressure.Music Theory & HistoryClasses- now in Toronto,Mississauga, Burlington,Markham, East York, andOakville. Rudiments Three InOne; Theory: Grades 3- 5;History: Grades 3- 5.For Educators: Kodaly, Orff, andDalcroze Eurhythmics; Apprenticeshipin Orff Teacher Training.Courses: Musica Poetica: Music,Literacy and Orff Schulwerk withDoug Goodkin- Dynamicsessions that explore the relationshipbetween language andmusical understanding, Course:Aug. 18- 22, includes workshopon Aug. 18; Exploring ElementalMusic with Steve Calantropio­Explore elemental music stylesthrough analysis, performanceand composition. Course: Aug. 11-15, includes workshop on Aug. 11.416-408-2825www.rcmusic.ca/communityschoolcommunityschool@rcmusic.caM ARCH 1 - A PR IL 7 2008

No Strings Theatre summer intensiveOpera Scene Study atThe RCM Community School(Toronto, ON)(adults with Grade 10 voice orequivalent)An exceptional performanceopportunity for experiencedsingers. Under the guidance ofdirectors Joel Katz, Jayne Smileyand Sabatino Vacca, participantswill perform two evenings ofopera scenes in full staging andcostumes. Acquire musical,language and dramatic coachingand participate in a series ofmaster classes led by top-rankingprofessionals. Past productionshave included works from Verdi'sAida, Mozart's La Clemenza diTito and Cosi fan Tutti, andHandel's Flavia. Start date: June18. Audition required; auditionstake place in April.416-408-2824 ext. 803www.rcmusic.ca/communityschoolcommunityschool@rcmusic.caThe Scotia Festival of Music(Halifax, NS)May 25-June 82008 Young Artist Program902-429-9467www.scotiafestival. ns. eaad m in@scotiafestival. ns. eaSouthern OntarioChamber Music Institute(Oakville, ON)Aug. 4-17The Southern Ontario ChamberMusic Institute provides stringand piano musicians with an indepthchamber music study withan internationally-acclaimedfaculty, including the Pendereckiand Afiara String Quartets, pianistPeter Longworth and composerDr. Abigail Richardson. This 20thAnniversary intensive program­Aug. 4 through 17-takes place atAppleby College, in Oakville,Ontario. Students and faculty stayin a dedicated residence adjacentto a cafeteria, rehearsal andconcert halls.1-888-886-4604www.socmi.orginfo@socmi.orgSummer Camp at SingingBrook(Ingersoll, ON)Various dates, July and Aug.Week-long day time camps(age: 4-14)519-423-9669www.singingbrookfarm.calindav@xplornet.ca orsvanwinden@xplornet.caSummer Music Festival -Suzuki Kingston(Kinsgton, ON)July 5-11Students and teachers fromaround the world convene inKingston, Ontario for aremarkable two weeks ofintensive instruction, coaching andentertainment. Programs offeredin piano, violin, viola, cello, guitar,flute, recorder, orchestra, chambermusic, music theatre, teenprograms and so much more.Teacher Programs available areMastering the Piano: Hands-0 n ! ,Every Child Can, Suzuki PianoVolumes 1 and 3, and ViolinVolume 1. Valery Lloyd-Watts willbe performing in concert onSunday, July 6th.613-542-1486, 1-888-283-1539www. morethanmusic cornmtm@kingston.netCLASSES & LESSONSSummer Registrationbegins in March!• Over 40 different instruments & genresranging from classical to rock, folk, worldmusic & hip-hop• Over 230 professional faculty dedicatedto excellence in music education• Classes for beginners (newborn to adult)• Choirs and ensembles for all levelswww.rcmusic.ca/com mu n ityschoolcommu n ityschool@rcm usic. eaThe Royal Conservatory of MusicToronto:416.408.2825 (Dufferin & Bloor)Mississauga:905.891.7944 (Cawthra & Lakeshore)MARCH 1 - APRIL 7 2008WWW. THEWHOLENOTE.COM

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