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Volume 14 - Issue 6 - March 2009

MUSIC AT PORT

MUSIC AT PORT MILFORDChamber music on the north J~ore of Lake OntarioWHOLENOTE'S ONLINEDIRECTORY OF SUMMERMUSIC EDUCATIONIt's already sum mer atwww .thewholenote.comThinking about how and where you'd like tomake music this summer? Whether you arean amateur or professional musician, there's aprogram to suit your needs. Please visit ourwebsite and click on "Directories - SummerMusic Education" to browse through a growinglist of participating summer programs. Whenyou click on a program name, you'll find detailedinformation about what they are offeringthis summer, along with photos and a linkto the program's own website. We'll keep thedirectory on li ne right till t he end of summer,up-dating it as new information comes in, socheck back from time to time for new directoryadditions!To feature your summer program in our on lineDirectory, e-mail: summer@thewholenote.comCHAUT A UQU AINSTITUTIONMU S IC FESTI VA LJUNE 27 THROUGH AUGUST 18, 2009A SINGING VACATION IN OXFORD!July t 7- Aug. 1, 2009 - l 6th summerJoin us for 2 weeks of the ultimate choral/travel experience.Every morning, sing church-music selections from the lastthousand years in Balliol College Chapel. Total cost including air,college room with ensuite bath, most weekday meals. side trips,tuition, music and taxes: ,900 (single), ,650. (pp/double).Brochure or info: Tim or Mary Elia at Oxford Churchmusic, (416) 961-61 36or Cell: 416 726 7157, or Debra House at Egan Travel (905) 272-3055.E-mail oxlordchurchmusic@rogers.com Web: www.oxlordchurchmusic.ca46PIANO• INSTRUMENTAL• VOICE~ Clif),,~·STEI N WAY & SONSThe Chautauqua Institution uses Steinway Pianosexclusively for its festival. The family of Steinwaydesigned pianos at Chautauqua are facilitated byDenton, Cottier & Daniels, Buffalo, New York.http://music.ciweb.orgChautauqua Schools of Fine and Performing ArtsPO Box 1098, Dept WN, Chautauqua, NY 14722716.357.6233 • 716.357.9014 •(fax)• e-mail: music@ciweb.orgContact NTIM for more information on:Year-Round Theory Classes andExciting Summer Lessons and ClassesCall 416-488-2588 or visit ntimusic.comWWW .TH EW HO LENOTE , COM MARCH 1 - A PRIL 7 2009

Welcome to the WholeNotesummer musical directory!27 Programs to browse ONUNE (ond Counting)Acadia University SummerAcademies800-565-6568Algomo Music Comp519-344 7852Arts Integro InternationalSummer Programs905-471-3001Bonff Centre - Music and SoundCreative Residencies1-800-565-9989Bravo Academy for thePerforming Arts647-350-(SING)7464CAMMAC Ontario Music Centre1-866-273-7697CAMMAC'S Lake MacDonaldMusic Centre1-888-622-9755 # 1Canadian Opera CompanySummer Youth Intensive416-306-2377Centouri Summer Arts Comp416-766-7124Chamber Music Workshop forAdvanced Amateurs and Semi­Professionol Musicians647-430-5699Interprovinciol Music Comp,Comp Rock, and "The" Jazz Comp416-488-3316JVL Summer School forPerforming Arts416-735 7499, 905-882 7499Kincordine Summer Music519-396-9716, 866-453-9716Le Domoine Forget Music andDance Academy418-452-8111Music at Port Milford914-439-5039Notional Academy Orchestra ofCanada905-525-7664 I 1-888-475-9377No Strings Theatre Production416-588-5845North Toronto Institute of Music416-488-2588Ookville Suzuki Performing ArtsComp905-338-7128Oxford Church Music416-961-6136 or 905-272-3055Queen of Puddings Music Theatre416-203-4149Sacred Music Summer SchoolProgram at the UkrainianCatholic University011 (38-032) 240-99-40 or 416-239-2495in CanadaSing presents Kindermusik®Summer Comps and PrivateLessons416-388-8787Tofelmusik Baroque SummerInstitute416-964-9562 x241Toronto Faculty of Music's MusicTheatre Comp416-231-4424Toronto Summer Music Academy647-430-5699Toronto School for Strings416-968-0303Toronto Summer String Festival416-832-9590No Strings TheatreProductionsis now registering for itsSUMMER MUSICTHEATRE PROGRAMFOR TEENS+ (13-21)JULY 6-31, 2009act, dance, sing~~~ '~ i ,/\j,!;f-:" I2 [Etft),~OPEN HOUSEWORKSHOPSaturday March 28, 2009more details(416) 588-5845www.nostringstheatre.com;J /1TORONTOSUMMER MUSICAUGUST 10 • 15CHAMBERMUSICWORKSHOPfor advanced amateursand semi-professional musiciansFOR INDIVIDUALS AND PREFORMED ENSEMBLESSUSAN HOEPPNER, fluteMIDORI KOGA, pianoGRYPHON TRIO:JAMES PARKER, pianoANNALEE PATIPATANAKOON, violinROMAN BORYS, violoncelloWWW. THEW HOLENOTE.COM

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