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Volume 14 - Issue 6 - March 2009

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... SECTION 4: ... etceteraBaroque music. Church of the Transfiguration, 7659, k mackenzie@sympatico.ca (non·111 Manor Rd. East. 416-694-9266. members}, $ 6 (members), students free.(members), (non-membersl.*March 30 7:30: Toronto Early Music Centre.Vocal Circle. Recreational reading of early*March 22 2:00: CAMMAC, Toronto Region.Singers & instrumentalists, participate choral music. Ability to read music is desirablein a reading of Bach's B minor Mass, directed but not essential. For more information: 416·by Stephanie Martin. Bring a music stand. 920-5025. (non-membersJ, members free.Elliott Hall, Christ Church Deer Park, 1570 *March 31 8:00: Toronto Folk Singers'Yonge St. Register in advance: 416-283- Club. An informal group that meets for theC~:n. 11purpose of performance & exchange of songs .Audiences are welcome. T ranzac Club, 292Brunswick Ave. 416-532-0900.* April 4 10:00am: Canadian Friends His·torical Association. Singing to Freedom -Negro Spirituals in the United States and Canada.Two workshops presented by Dr. J. Lan·Ye, mezzo-soprano, pianist, conductor & Ne·gro spiritual specialist. Morning workshop andlunch at the historic Yonge Street Meeting·house, south of Davis Drive, Newmarket.Afternoon workshop and 7:30pm choral per·MarketPlace: Education and Professionalo::t.:reSinging Lessonsl.Yiu si u d iosSing with technical ease and vocal beautyFind your own true voice ...Register now for private OR group lessons:Opera - Pops - BroadwayCall: 647 669 4145www.JanetCatherineDea.comOr e-mail: singinginriverdale@gmail.comAll levels and styles welcome. call now: (416) 429-450225 years experience.NORTH TORONTO INSTITUTE OF MUSICPrivate instruction and exam ~preparation by qualified teachersin the heart of Toronto.• Piano • Voice • Guitar • Strings• Woodwinds • Percussion • Theory• Music Theatre + Pre-schoolVoice and pianoAll agesHigh Park/Bloor West Village416.347.7245forrnance at Pickering College, 16945 BayviewAvenue, Newmarket. Pre-registrationrequired: 905-898-8119.*April 5 1:30-4:00: Toronto Early MusicPlayers Organization. Interconnectedness.The relationship between 16'"-century Englishand German consorts & 20°-century tonalconsort writing. Led by Colin Savage, perform·er of recorder & clarinet. Bring your earlyinstruments and stand; music available at thedoor. Lansing United Church, 49 Bogert Ave.705-653-5480, 416-537-3733. .Love To Sing?•All styles •All Levels •Beginnersand Children welcome • Excellentfor public speakers, actors, etc.Breathe new life into your voice with a unique andsensible kinesthetic approach to vocal pedagogy.Call Pattie Kelly for private lessons: 905-271-6896info@vocalsense.ca www.vocalsense.caCLAIM YOUR VOICEOrganic and functional vocal training togain access to your full range, resonanceand vocal freedom. For singers, publicspeakers, teachers, clergy, or if you justwant to enjoy using your voice.Sue Crowe ConnollyHamilton Studio Toronto Studio905-5441302 416-523-1154,.:; ~ Ji All Ages Ji All Levels Ji All Styles• Over 40 years in business.• Any level and age.· 7' Ji Motivating Beginners' Groups• Extremely effective, low-costJi Private Lessonspreparation for RCM exams,PIANO KEYBOARD GUITAR VIOLIN FLUTE SAX CLARINET DRUMScompetitions, concerts, etc.--.; • From for Y, hour.t"i • Immediate results, or you don 't pay! MuJi~,i~ioL 416-224-5590Vladimir Dounin 416-321-5627bethebestinmusic@yahoo.com www.yamahamusicschool.ca GJYAMAHARelease pain.Relax. Breathe. Move.'-IDr. Katarina Bulat u.sc.oc.Chiropractor 416-461-1906Private practice. 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The TWMVC performs a wide range of musical 4 ,;,ce, 0~o'"''1oir.Egenres with acclaimed performances throughout Ontario andthe GTA. Most recently the TWMVC performed in Carnegie Hall, New York.The choir has travelled to sold-out performances in the U.S and the U.K.Upcoming events include the performance of F Liszt's Faust with the OshawaDurham Symphony Orchestra 2009, a second tour of Wales and to Ireland.416-467 7289 For more information, visit: This is a limited time opportunity to join us. Please visit www.twmvc.comwww.voiceandoperatraining.com joelkatz@sympatico.caContact: 416-410-2254 or inlo@twmvc.com42 WWW,THEWHOLENOTE,COM MARCH 1 - APRIL 7 2009

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISINGINSTRUCTIONCCC YOUTH ORCHESTRA STARTS EN­ROLLMENT Chinese Cultural Centre andMaestro Matthew Jaskiewicz inviteyoung string, woodwind and brass players ofall backgrounds to join the new Youth Orchestra.Concerts and rehearsals will takeplace at the prestigious P.C. Ho Theatre (5183Sheppard Ave East). More information andapplications available on http://www.cccat.oraCONCERT PIANIST EVE EGOYAN(www.eveegoyan.com) offers lessons tocommitted musicians - advanced playersas well as returning adults(emu@interlog.com or 416-894-6344).FLUTE, PIANO, THEORY LESSONS. RCMexam preparation. Samantha Chang, RoyalAcademy of Music PGDip, LRAM, ARCT.416-293-1302, samantha.studio@gmail.comwww.samanthaflute.comfilGHLANDS BRASS ACADEMY summerworkshop in cottage country NE ofToronto. July 27 to 31. Brass ensemble rehearsals,sectionals with clinicians, participantconcert. 705-455-9674highlandsbrass.orgJAZZ PIANO LESSONS FOR ADULTS ...working or retired. Play standards withoutsheet music. 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Anyone can learn tosing I Richard Szuba, B.Mus.Perf., B.Ed., offers20 years of tried & true methods fromstage to studio instructing 1000 + students.Don't wait to set free the voice inside you'Contact me todayl 647-827-5042,RichardSzuba@Hotmail.comMississaugaTerms of Employment: ContractSalary: To be negotiatedStart Date: September I. 2009Please send resume lo:Search CommitteeSt. Mark's Presbyterian Church7366 Darcel Avenue, MississaugaON, L4T 3W6Email: dmdouglas@ sympalico.caClosing Date: Friday May 15, 2009THEORY, SIGHT-SINGING, EAR-TRAININGLESSONS: All grades, RCM exam prep (rudiments,harmony, history, counterpoint).Learning can be fun and easy! Peter Ness,ARCT. 416-767-9747.TROMBONE LESSONS with experiencedprofessional (instructor at Humber College).All levels, all styles, ANYTHING you want toknow I Improvement guaranteed.Colin Murray 416-859-1406trombonelessons@sympatico.cawww.mrequipment.ca/lessonsINSTRUMENTS FOR SALEMAKER OF CLASSICAL VIOLINS. Old Italianstyle instruments with modern electronictuning. To suit professional musicians.519-287-2233.MISCELLANEOUSARE YOU PLANNING A CONCERT or recital?Looking for a venue? Consider BloorStreet United Church. Phone: 416-924-7439x22 Email: tina@bloorstreetunited.orgMUSICIANS AVAILABLEBARD - EARLY MUSIC DUO playing recorderand virginal available to provide backgroundatmosphere for teas. receptions or other functions-greater Toronto area. For rates and infocall 905-722-5618 or email us atmhpape@interhop.netMUSIC FOR ALL OCCASIONS! Small ensembles,Dance Band, Big Band: CocktailHour, Dinner music, Concerts, Shows: Classical,Contemporary, Dixieland, Traditional andSmooth Jazz! JSL Musical Productions 905-276-3373.MUSICIANS WANTEDCHOIR DIRECTOR REQUIRED. The DurhamGirls' Choir, a non-for-profit organizationdedicated to the achievement of excellence inchoral music located in Durham Region,Ontario requires a music director for twoyouth choirs commencing September 2009.JubilatesingersAUDITIONSDirector Isabel Bernaus leads achamber choir with an eclectic.multilingual repertoire. Upcomingconcerts include Spanish and Catalanmusic in february, chamber jazz inJune. and occasional communityperformances. All voices welcome.Rehearsals are Tuesdays, 7:30 pm atSt. leanard's Church (you are welcometa sit in an a rehearsal).www.jubilatesingers.caSt. Leonard's Church25 Wanless Avenue(near Yonge & Lawrence)Call 416-532-2025 to arrange a time.Junior choir ages 8- 11 and a senior choirages 11-18. The Durham Girls' Senior Choiris an international touring choir and hasparticipated in numerous international festivalsover the past 35 years. Candidates wishingto apply should have a post secondarydegree in music with choral conducting experience.Please forward your resume alongwith wage expectation todurhamgirlschoir@sympatico.caJOIN OUR COMMUNITY GAMELAN MUSICGROUP: Sora Priyangan. Tuesdays 6:30,downtown. $!0 ( students) drop-in fee.Info: Andrew 416-653-8747.atimar@ istar.caMUSICIANS & VOCALISTS WANTED forcharitable fundraising projects. SaxophonesI Trumpets I Trombones I Guitar I Piano IBass I Drums www.sheratoncadwell.comPhone 416-712-2555.NEW MUSICIANS wanted immediately! Ifyou are a musician looking for a communitymusical outlet, the Festival Wind Orchestrawants to hear from you. We are alwaysseeking new members to join our ensemble,however currently, Saxophone, Percussion,Tuba, French Horn, Oboe, and Bassoonplayers are especially welcome I If youplay a concert band instrument at an intermediate/advancedlevel we invite you tojoin us. We rehearse every Tuesday (7 :30-9:30pm) in the Yonge/Sheppard area. 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