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Volume 14 - Issue 9 - June 2009

... 1:CONCERTS: Toronto

... 1:CONCERTS: Toronto and GTA— 8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra.Joshua Bell. Berlioz: Overture to BenvenutoCellini; Lalo: Symphonie espagnole; Brahms:Symphony No.1. Joshua Bell, violin; LeonardSlatkin, guest conductor. Roy Thomson Hall,60 Simcoe St. 416-593-4828. -0.7:15: pre-concert chat.— 8:00: Voices. Singing Circle. Madrigalsand folksongs. Ron Cheung, artistic director;guest: Quodlibet Chamber Choir; MarcusIsabel Bernausconductorwith guestsBrian Barlow QuartetChamberJazzSaturday, June 6 8:00pmSt. Stephen-in-the-Fields Church103 Bellvue Avenue(on College St., west of Spadina Ave.)Tickets:, 416·536·5750, or at the door adults, seniors, studentsjubilatesingers.caSherry SquiresaccompanistReinkeluers, conductor. St. Thomas’sChurch, 383 Huron St. 416-519-0528. ;(sr/st).— 9:00: Art of Jazz. Cuban Dance Party.Anacaona Women’s Orchestra of Cuba;guest: Jane Bunnett. Fermenting Cellar,Distillery District, 55 Mill St. 416-840-7663..Sunday June 07— 10:00am to 4:30pm: Blue Bridge Festival.Carnival of the Arts. Poetry, chambermusic, art classes, canoe ballet, maskmakingand pantomime. Toogood TroubadourTrail, Main St., Unionville. 289-470-1099.Free.— 10:30am: Humbercrest United Church.Lobet den Herren. Bach: Cantata No. 137.Choir and orchestra; Melvin J. Hurst, directorof music. 16 Baby Point Rd. 416-767-6122. Freewill offering. Religious service.— 12:00 noon, 2:00, 3:30 & 5:30: Art ofJazz. Trinity Stage. Sicilian Project; AnacaonaCuban Big Band; Rashid Ali Quintet;Italian Blues with Dave Rotundo; Jumpin’Johnny Sansone; and Rita Chiarelli. TrinityStage, Distillery District, 55 Mill St. 416-840-7663. Free.— 12:00 noon, 2:00 & 4:00: Art of Jazz.Women in Jazz. Dave Restivo Trio withAlyssa Falk; Lisa Particelli’s Girl’s Night OutShowcase; Sienna Dahlen Quintet. BoilerHouse Stage, Distillery District, 55 Mill St.416-840-7663. Free.— 12:00 noon to 10:00pm: Muhtadi International.Drumming Festival. See June 6.— 1:30: Toronto Culture. Music in theOrchard: Kye Marshall. Jazz-pop fusion forguitar and cello. Spadina Museum HistoricHouse and Gardens, 285 Spadina Rd. 416-962-6910. Free.— 1:30: CAMMAC/McMichael Gallery.Veronique Mathieu, violin. 10365 IslingtonAve., Kleinburg. 905-893-1121. ; (sr/st).— 2:00: Civic Light Opera. A Class Act.See June 3.— 2:00: First Unitarian Congregation.Windermere String Quartet. Haydn: Quartetin B-flat Op.71, No.1; Beethoven: Quartet inc Op.18 No.4; Pamer: Quartet No 4 (selectedmovements). 175 St. Clair Ave. W. 416-924-24 WWW.THEWHOLENOTE.COM JUNE 1 - JULY 7, 2009

9654 x302. ; (sr/st).— 2:00: Royal Conservatory of Music.Motus O Dance Theatre: East of the Sun,West of the Moon. See Jun 5.— 2:00 & 3:00: Juan Tomas Show Band.In Concert. Soft rock, R&B, light jazz. ScarboroughCivic Centre, 150 Borough Drive.416-485-2056.— 2:30: Silverthorn Symphonic Winds.Symphonic Sketches. Works for wind ensembleby Berlioz, Mozart, Whitacre, Bennett.Andrew Chung, conductor. Church of St.Mary Magdalene, 477 Manning Ave. 416-652-2077. ; (sr/st); free(children 12and under).— 3:00: Blue Bridge Festival. Matineeconcert. Varley Art Gallery, 216 Main St.,Unionville. 289-470-1099. .— 3:00: Josie Zocco, piano, Zack Ebin,violin. In Recital. Works by Mozart,Beethoven, Chopin, Beach, Johnson, Einaudi.Christ Church Deer Park, 1570 Yonge St.416-871-6441. .— 3:00: Music at Sharon. Nikolai Demidenko,piano. Schumann: Faschings-schwankaus Wien Op.26; Carnaval Op.9; Chopin:24 Preludes Op.28. Sharon Temple of theChildren of Peace, 18974 Leslie St., Sharon.416-597-7840. .— 3:00: Symphony Hamilton. ClassicalAndrew Chung, ConductorSymphonicSketchesSunday, June 7, 20092:30 p.m.Church of St. Mary Magdalene477 Manning St., TorontoTickets: Seniors/StudentsFree for Children 12 and underTickets available at the DoorCombo. Mozart: Ave Verum Corpus K618;Beethoven: Septet; Haydn: Symphony No.83 “La Poule”. James R. McKay, music director.St. Matthew’s Anglican Church, 126Plains Rd. E., Burlington. 905-526-6690.; (advance); (sr/st); (sr/stadvance); (child).— 4:00: Cathedral Church of St. James.Twilight Recital Series. Andrew Ager, organ.65 Church St. 416-364-7865. Free— 4:00: Luminato Festival. Red Sky Performance– Tono. See June 5.— 4:00: St. Olave’s Arts Guild. FestiveEvensong for Trinity Sunday. Words andmusic to celebrate holidays and travel. St.Olave’s Anglican Church, 360 WindermereAve. 416-769-5686. Contributions welcome.Strawberry tea follows performance.— 6:00: Vocal School of LarissaStilmachenko. Student Recital. RussianCanadian Theatrical Community Centre, 48Alness St. 416-766-6478. ; (sr/st).— 7:30, 9:00 & 11:00: Art of Jazz. FermentingCellar. Fellini/Rota Jazz, featuringthe Art of Jazz Ensemble (free); RobertaGambarini & Neil Swainson (); All StarJam (free). Fermenting Cellar, Distillery District,55 Mill St. 416-840-7663.— 7:30: Victoria Scholars. Scholars’Choice. Works by Dusatko, MacMillan,Raminsh, Togni, and others. Jerzy Cichocki,music director. Our Lady of Sorrows Church,3055 Bloor St. W. 416-761-7776. ,(sr/st).Monday June 08— 12:15: Music Mondays. Works by Schubertand Vivaldi. Veronique Mathieu,violin, Jennifer Hu, piano. Church of the HolyTrinity, 10 Trinity Square. 416-598-4521x222. Pwyc. ( suggested).— 7:30: SWEA Toronto/Embassy of Sweden.M’lle Jenny Lind’s Grand Concert. Eva-Lotta Ohlsson, soprano; Linda Dahl Laursen,piano. St. Lawrence Hall, 175 King St. E.416-551-6224. ; (st).— 8:00: Soundstreams/Luminato. TheChildren’s Crusade. See June 5.— 9:00: Luminato. A Poe Cabaret. Horne:The Tell-Tale Heart; Ross: new work; Louie:The Raven; Caplet: The Masque of the RedDeath. Penderecki Quartet, Lori Gemmell,harp; Patricia O’Callaghan, Sean Clark,vocalists; Lance Horne, piano; Tom Allen,narrator. Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, 12Alexander St. 416-872-1111. .Tuesday June 09— 12:00 noon: Canadian Opera Company.World Music Series: A Celebration of theWorld of Drumming. World percussion instrumentsfrom ancient times to the modernday. Laura Chambers, Laura Savage, TrishMangat, Charlene Jack, taiko drums; RichardBurrows, Adam Campbell. Jamie Drake, DanielMorphy, percussion. Richard BradshawAmphitheatre, 145 Queen St. W. 416-363-8231. Free.— 1:00: Cathedral Church of St. James.Music at Midday. Andrew Ager, organ. 65Church St. 416-364-7865. Free.— 8:00: Soundstreams/Luminato. TheChildren’s Crusade. See June 5.— 9:00: Luminato. A Poe Cabaret. SeeJune 8.Wednesday June 10— 12:00 noon: Tafelmusik. MusicalInterlude. Works by Castello, Fontana, Boedecker,Telemann, Boccherini and Rameau.Claire Guimond, flute; John Abberger, oboe;Keith Collins, dulcian; Patricia Ahern andJulia Wedman, violin; and others. WalterHall, Edward Johnson Building, 80 Queen’sPark. 416-964-6337. Free.— 1:00: Halton Hills Cultural Centre.Music-at-One: Sonare. Works by Beethoven,Chopin, Rachmaninoff and others. HyuntakLee, piano. The Gallery, 9 Church St.,Georgetown. 905-877-7915 x2517. Admissionby donation.— 7:00: Civic Light Opera. A Class Act.See June 3.— 7:00: Old Mill Inn and Spa. ConcertParty Series: Jazz in a Classical Key.Programme includes Carmichael: Stardust;Waller: Jitterbug Waltz. Gene DiNovi, piano;James Campbell, clarinet. 21 Old Mill Rd.416-236-2641. (dinner a la carte).— 8:00: Massey Hall & Roy ThomsonHall. Canadian Songbook. Tribute to NeilYoung. Massey Hall, 15 Shuter St. 416-872-4255. .50-.50.— 8:00: Soundstreams/Luminato. TheChildren’s Crusade. See June 5.— 8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra.Measha Sings Strauss. Bartók: Divertimentofor Strings; R. Strauss: Four Last Songs;Bartók: Concerto for Orchestra. MeashaBrueggergosman, soprano; Peter Oundjian,conductor. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe St.416-593-4828. -5.— 9:00: Liberty Village New Artist Series.Summer Season Concert 2. Britten:Phantasy Quartet; Prokofiev: Quintet foroboe, clarinet, and strings. Caitlin Broms-Jacobs, oboe; Shauna McDonald, clarinet.Academy of Spherical Arts, 1 Snooker St.416-535-6728. Admission free, donationswelcome.— 9:00: Luminato. A Poe Cabaret. SeeJune 8.Jazz in aClassical KeyWed. June 10/09As Gene DiNovi says: The question is: “Does everygreat classical musician dream of being a great jazzmusician, or vice versa?” Magic occurs when two ofCanada’s jazz greats, Gene DiNovi and Dave Young,join forces with James Campbell (“Canada’spre-eminent clarinetist and wind soloist” – TorontoStar). Together, they meld the classical and jazz worldsinto a fascinating and entertaing musical program.Their joint CD Manhattan Echoes (Marquis Classics),is selling out on You gotta hear whatthey can do with tunes like Hoagy Carmichael’sStardust, or Fat Waller’s Jitterbug Waltz!Steps to the Old Mill Subway StationMinimum Food & Beverage .00 p.p.Gene DiNovi – PianoJames Campbell – ClarinetDave Young – BassReservations (416) 207-2020www.oldmilltoronto.comJUNE 1 - JULY 7, 2009 WWW.THEWHOLENOTE.COM 25

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