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Volume 15 Issue 10 - July/August 2010

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Downtown Oakville JazzOakville ONAugust 6-8905-844-4520www.oakvillejazz.comEaglewood Folk FestivalPefferlaw ONAugust 27-29www.eaglewoodfolk.comFor daily details, see Listing Section A (Torontoand GTA).Electric Eclectics FestivalMeaford ONJuly 30-August 1www.electric-eclectics.comArtists include Health, AIDS Wolf, Let’s PaintTV, Nic Collins, DD/MM/YYYY and others.Elora FestivalElora ONJuly 9-August 11-888-747-7550www.elorafestival.comECA = Elora Centre for the Arts, 75 Melville St.EPS = Elora Public School, 288 Mill St. E.GB = Gambrel Barn, 7444 Wellington Rd. 21KPC = Knox Presbyterian Church, 55 ChurchSt. E.SJAC = St. John’s Anglican Church, 36 HendersonSt.July 09 8:00: Opening Concert: BeethovenSymphony No. 7 & Mass in C. Nathalie Paulin,soprano; Jennifer Enns Modolo, mezzo; PeterMcGillivray, bass; Elora Festival Singers; EloraFestival Orchestra; Noel Edison, conductor. GB.. Pre-concert chat.July 10 2:00: Jennifer Enns Modolo, mezzo-soprano.Music by Kulesha and Rorem. With LorenShalanko, piano. SJC. .July 10 4:00: Todd Yaniw – Piano Recital.Beethoven: 32 Variations in c minor; Chopin:Scherzo No.3; Liszt: Funérailles; Ravel: Gaspardde la nuit. KPC. .July 10 8:00: Peter Appleyard – Swing SwingSwing. Peter Appleyard, vibraphone; Ross Woolridge,clarinet; Terry Clare, drums; Dave Young,bass; John Sherwood, piano; Carol McCartney,vocals; others. GB. .July 11 11:00: Festival Sunday Service. Britten:Te Deum; Matthias: Let the People praiseThee, O God. Michael Bloss, organ; Elora FestivalSingers; Noel Edison, conductor. SJAC. Freewilloffering.July 11 2:00: Echoes of Paradise. Sato: MissaPro Pace; Rachmaninoff: The Cherubic Hymn;Blessed is the Man; Schnittke: Concerto forMixed Chorus; Chilcott: Simple Pictures of Tomorrow;Lukaszewski: Two Lenten motets.Elora Festival Singers; Noel Edison, conductor.SJAC. .July 11 4:00: Mozart for Organ and Orchestra.Mozart’s 15 organ sonatas. Talisker Players;Adele Pierre, Andrew Bensler, violin; RebeccaMorton, cello; Calum MacLeod, bass; MichaelBloss, organ; Jurgen Petrenko, conductor.SJAC. .July 14 7:30: TD Canada Trust Young PerformersCompetition. SJAC. .July 15 6:00: Choral Evensong. Stanford:Magnificat, Nunc Dimittis; Rheinberger: Abenlieder.Michael Bloss, organ; Elora FestivalC. Summer FestivalsSingers, Noel Edison, conductor. AJAC. Freewilloffering.July 15 8:00: Gryphon Trio and James Campbell.Haydn: Piano Trio in A major Hob XV, 18;Piazzolla, Oblivion; Messiaen: Quartet for theEnd of Time. Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin;Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano; JamesCampbell, clarinet. SJAC. .July 16 4:00: Elora Festival Kids Camp Performance.Emily Petrenko, artistic director. EPS. .July 16 8:00: Toronto All-Star Big Band. Thespirit, style, and sound of the 1930s and ‘40s.Tom Richards, conductor. GB. .July 17 2:00: Les Violons du Roy. Rossini:String Sonata No.1; Oesterle: UnreasonableWord; Schubert: Quarttetsatz in c minor D.703;Brahms: String Quartet in a minor Op.51 No.2.Pascale Giguère violin; Eric Paetkau, conductor.GB. .50.July 17 4:00: Rascals, Rogues, and Rapscallions.Music by Mozart, Tchaikovsky, Flanders&Swan, others. Peter McGillivray, baritone; JulienLeblanc, piano. SJAC. .July 17 8:00: Chris Donnelly, jazz piano. GB..July 18 11:00: Festival Sunday Service. Leighton:Te Deum and Jubilate; Sumsion: They thatgo down to the sea in ships. Michael Bloss,organ; Elora Festival Singers; Noel Edison, conductor.SJAC. Freewill offering.July 18 2:00: Vivaldi: Gloria. Also Handel: DixitDominus. Sheila Dietrich, soprano; JenniferEnns Modolo, mezzo; Elora Festival Singers;Noel Edison, conductor. KPC. .July 18 4:00: David Trudgen, counter-tenor.Music by Fauré, Hahn, Debussy, Purcell, andothers. SJAC. .July 20 4:00: Academy Recital. Performanceby Academy participants. ECA. .July 21 4:00: Academy Recital. Performanceby Academy participants. ECA. .July 22 4:00: Academy Recital. Performanceby Academy participants. ECA. .July 22 6:00: Choral Evensong. Howells: Magnificatand Nunc Dimittis; Mundy: O Lord themaker of all things. Jonathan Oldengarm, organ;Elora Festival Singers; Noel Edison, conductor.SJAC. Freewill offering.July 22 8:00: The Tudors. Choral music byWeelkes, Mundy, Gibbons, Tomkins, Byrd, andothers. Jonathan Oldengarm, organ; Elora FestivalSingers; Noel Edison, conductor. SJAC. .July 23 8:00: Opera Gala with Richard Margison.Music by Rossini, Verdi, Gounod, Bizet, andothers. Richard Margison, tenor; Yannick-MurielNoah, soprano; Julie Nesrallah, mezzo; DougMacNaughton, baritone; Elora Festival Singers;Toronto Mendelssohn Singers; Elora Festival Orchestra;Noel Edison, conductor. GB. .July 24 2:00: I Furiosi. Music by Dowland,Rossi, Handel, and others. Julia Wedman, AisslinnNosky, violin; Felix Deak, cello; GabrielleMcLaughlin, soprano. SJAC. .July 24 8:00: Dancing Around the Globe. Folkdances from around the world. Jayme Stone,banjo; Grant Gordy, guitar; Mike Barnett, fiddle;Kevin Turcotte, trumpet; Andrew Downing,bass. GB. .July 25 11:00: Festival Sunday Service. Stanford:Te Deum and Jubilate in C; Ye Choirs ofNew Jerusalem. Jonathan Oldengarm, organ;Wayne Riddell, conductor; Elora Festival Singers;Noel Edison conductor. SJAC. Freewilloffering.July 25 2:00: St. Nicholas. Britten: St. Nicholas;Flower Songs. Lawrence Wiliford, tenor;Jonathan Oldengarm, organ; Elora Festival Singers;Children’s Choir; Festival Chamber Orchestra;Noel Edison, conductor. SJAC. .July 25 4:00: André Laplante – Piano Recital.Bach: Adagio in a minor (transcribed Busoni);Chopin: Fantasy Op.49; Haydn: Sonata in E flatmajor; Liszt: Années de Pélérinage Book 2: Italy.KPC. .50.July 29 6:00: Choral Evensong. Kelly: Magnificatand Nunc Dimittis; Pärt: The Beatitudes.Andrew Henderson, organ; Elora Festival Singers;Noel Edison, conductor. SJAC. Freewilloffering.July 29 8:00: Trio Magellan. Debussy: Trio inG major; Sonata for Piano and Cello; Ravel: Duofor Violin and Cello; Faure: Trio in D minor. PierreFouchenneret, violin; Antoine Pierlot, cello; JulienGernay, piano. SJAC. .July 30 8:00: Give my Regards to Broadway.A salute to Broadway, with music from City ofAngels, The Wiz, The Lion King, others. DavidWarrack, piano; Jackie Richardson, vocals;Elora Festival Singers; Noel Edison, conductor.GB. .July 31 2:00: Love: Sacred and Profane. Renaissancechoral music performed by the FrenchLudus Modalis Vocal Ensemble. SJAC. .July 31 4:00: Andrew Henderson – Organ Recital.Music by Willan, Barber, Handel, Bull, andothers. SJAC. July 31 8:00: John McDermott. Scottish-Canadiantenor in a Celtic celebration. GB. .50.August 1 11:00am: Festival Sunday Service.Howells: Te Deum and Jubilate; Willan; O Praisethe Lord. Andrew Henderson, organ; Elora FestivalSingers; Noel Edison, conductor. SJAC. Freewilloffering.August 1 2:00 & 4:00: Hymn Tasting. A tributeto hymns with commentary by narrator JohnFraser. Andrew Henderson, Tom Fitches, organ;Elora Festival Singers; Noel Edison, conductor.SJAC. .Fergus Scottish FestivalFergus ONAugust 13-161-866-871-9442www.fergusscottishfestival.comAugust 13 7:30 to 11:00: Day One. Pipes,Plaid and Pageantry; The Town Pants; DavidLeask; James McKie; Tommy Leadbeater; andother artists.August 14 12:00 noon to 1:00am: Day Two.Fergus Pipe Band, Grand Celtic Pipe Band,Inverness and Tom Leadbeater; The TownPants; and other artists.August 15 11:00am to 1:00am: Day Three.David Leask & James Mckie; Liam McGlashon;Daniel McLaughlin; Fergus Brass Band; andother artists.August 16 12:00 noon to 5:00: Day Four.Massed bands; Daniel McLaughlin; Sine Mc-Kenna; David Leask & James Mckie; Fiddlestix;and other artists.Festival du LoupLafontaine ONJuly 16-18705-533-3361www.festivalduloup.on.caFree concerts in Lafontaine Park.July 16 7:30: Day One. The Kitchen Party withIn Vitro; C’est arrivé à St-Utopie with StéphaneGuertin and Jean-Marc Lalonde.July 17 7:00 to 11:30: Day Two. MadameMoustache, Damien Robitaille.Festival AlexandriaGlen Nevis ONJune 27-July 18613-347-1602www.theabbey.caAll performances at 21489 Butternut Lane,Glen Nevis.July 4 3:00: Divine Inspiration. Haydn: The SevenLast Words of Christ; Messiaen: Quartet forthe End of Time. Le Quatuor Despaux. .July 11 3:00: Happy Birthday Bob and Fred!Chopin: Barcarolle op. 60; Schumann: KreislerianaOp.16. Lauretta Altman, piano. .July 18 3:00: The Beethoven String Quartets –Part 3. Beethoven: Great Fugue; Op. 133; Op.18No.3; Op.59 No.1. Adorno Quartet. .Festival d’Été de QuébecQuebec QCJuly 8-18418-529-5200www.infofestival.comPerformances take place in over 14 locationsin Quebec City. The festival offers a varietyof popular performers, including Iron Maiden,Soundclash and Black Eyed Peas.Festival LamèqueLamèque NBJuly 29-August 11-877-377-8803www.festivalbaroque.comThis well established baroque music festivaltakes place in historic churches. Artists includeLa Mission Saint-Charles Orchestra andLes Boréades, and there is also a performancecompetition.Festival of the SoundParry Sound ONJuly 16-August 81-866-364-0061www.festivalofthesound.caCSC = Charles W. Stockey Centre, 2 Bay St.,Parry SoundIM = Inn at Manitou Centre Rd, McKellar,OntarioIQ = Island Queen cruise shipJuly 1 7:00: Canada Day Cruise. Shores ofNewfoundland. ; (child).July 16 7:30: Gala Opening Concert. Dukas:Sorcerer’s Apprentice (arr. Godin); Strauss: DieFledermaus Overture (arr. Godin); Beethoven:Coriolan Overture, others. Orford Six Pianos;Adam György, piano; Victoria Gydov, soprano;Mark DuBois, tenor. CSC. -.July 17 12:00 noon: Family Fare. The first ina series of family concerts. Orford Six Pianos.CSC. Free.July 17 7:30: Opera Gala. An evening of operain the grand style, with music by Lehár, Strauss,Schönberg. Webber, Rodgers, Mozart andothers. Victoria Gydov, soprano; Gabrielle Prata,mezzo; Mark DuBois, tenor; Bruce Kelly, baritone;Orford Six Pianos; Adam György, piano.CSC. -July 18 2:00: Music for a Sunday Afternoon I.Beethoven: Cello Sonata in A Op.69; Dvorak:Piano Quintet in A Op.5. Denis Brott, cello; StéphanSylvestre, piano; New Zealand Quartet.CSC. ; .July 18 4:00: Music for a Sunday Afternoon II.Jarrett: Tokyo Solo; Mozart: Piano Sonata inC K330; Liszt: La Campanella; Haydn: StringQuartet in D Op.76 No.5. Adam György, piano;36 THEWHOLENOTE.COMJuly 1 - September 7, 2010

Afiara String Quartet. CSC. ; .July 18 7:30: Music for a Sunday Evening. Debussy:Cello Sonata in D; Beethoven: StringQuartet in f Op.95; Dvorak: Piano Trio in f Op.90 (Dumky). Michel Strauss, cello; Macha Belooussova,piano; New Zealand String Quartet;Gryphon Trio. CSC. -.July 19 1:00: Open Explorations. ClarinetistJames Campbell and the New Zealand Quartetread a quintet by Timothy Corlis. Free.July 19 2:30: Up Close with the Afiara. Mendelssohn:String Quartet in a Op.13; Bartok:String Quartet in C sharp Sz.85; Fung/Campbell:Rap for Parry Sound. Afiara Quartet. SCS. Free.July 19 6:00: Essence of Austria. Gala. $150.July 20 12:00 noon: Music for a SummerNoon. Beethoven: Cello Sonata in g Op.5 No.2;Brahms: Piano Trio in B Op.8. Gryphon Trio.CSC. ; .July 20 2:30: Music for a Summer Afternoon.Mozart: Abendempfindung; Beethoven: SevenVariations in E flat; Fauré: Après un Rêve;Diepenbrock: Berçeuse; others. Trio Désirée(Désirée Till, soprano; Erica Goodman, harp;Coenrad Bloemendal, cello); Stéphane Sylvestre,piano. CSC, ; .July 20 7:30: Music for a Summer Evening.Beethoven: Trio in C Op.87; Menotti: Suitefor 2 cellos and piano; Villa Lobos: Bachianasbrasileiras; others. Denis Brott, Michel Strauss,Coenraad Bloemendal, Roman Borys, Rolf Gjelsten,Adrian Fung, Emmanuelle Beaulieu Bergeron,Sybil Shanahan, cellos; Désirée Till, soprano;Stéphan Sylvestre, piano. CSC. -.July 21 12:00 noon: Music for a SummerNoon. Beethoven: Sonata in A Op.47; Kreutzer:Romance in F Op.50. Moshe Hammer, violin;Macha Belooussova, piano. SCS ; .July 21 2:30: Music for a Summer Afternoon.Beethoven: Cello Sonata in D Op.102; Ravel:Trio in a. Michel Strauss, cello; Moshe Hammer,violin; Macha Belooussova, piano. CSC.; .July 21 7:30: Music for a Summer Evening.Beethoven: String Quartet in F Op.59; Brahms:Clarinet Quintet in b Op.115. James Campbell,clarinet; Afiara String Quartet. CSC. -.July 22 12:00 noon: Music for a SummerNoon – Chopin Celebrated! Chopin: Polonaisein C sharp Op.26 No 1; Two Waltzes; BalladeNo. 2 in F Op.38; Ballade No.3 in A flat Op.47;Two Preludes, Two Mazurkas; Scherzo No.1in b Op.20. Janina Fialkowska, piano. CSC.; .July 22 2:30: Music for a Summer Afternoon.Chopin: Polonaise Fantaisie in A flat Op.61; BalladeNo.1 in g Op.23, Ballade No.4 in f Op.52;Andante spianato and Grande Polonaise brilliantein E flat Op.22. Angela Cheng, piano.CSC. ; .July 22 7:00: Sunset on the Bay Musical Cruise.Music by Debussy, Fauré, and Telemann. SuzanneShulman, flute; Erica Goodman, harp;Glen Montgomery, Jan Lisiecki, piano; AfiaraString Quartet. IQ. .July 23 12:00 noon: Music for a Summer Noon.Chopin: Etudes Op.25. Janina Fialkowska discussesthe Chopin Etudes followed by a performanceby Jan Lisiecki. CSC. , .July 23 2:30: Music for a Summer Afternoon.Chopin: Sonata in b flat Op.35; Cello Sonatain g Op.65. Andre Laplante, Jan Lisiecki, piano;Denis Brott, cello. CSC. ; .July 23 7:30: Music for a Summer Evening.Mozart: Piano Concerto K. 415; Schumann:Kreisleriana Op. 16; Mendelssohn: Three songswithout words; Liszt: Dante Sonata; Chopin:Nocturne in B Op.62 #1. Janina Fialkowska, AndréLaplante, Glen Montgomery, piano; ChamberPlayers of Canada; Jeffrey Stokes, narrator.CSC. -July 24 12:00 noon: Family Concert – StringsAcross the Sky. Aboriginal, Métis, and Inuityouth in concert. Andrea Hansen, music director.CSC. Free.July 24 7:30: Music for a Summer Evening.Chopin: Piano Concerto No.1 in e Op.11. JaninaFialkowska, piano; Festival Winds; ChamberPlayers of Canada. CSC. -.July 25 7:30: Classic Primadonna. Highlightsfrom nearly 30 years of Primadonna shows.Mary Lou Fallis, soprano; Suzanne Shulman,flute; James Campbell, clarinet; Peter Tiefenbach,piano. CSCFPH. .July 26 7:00: Dixieland Cruise. The Climax JazzBand on their first Island Queen musical cruise.IQ. .July 27 3:00: Jazz Tea at Manitou. Sheila Wisehosts afternoon tea with jazz accompaniment.James Campbell, clarinet; Graham Campbell,guitar; Bob Mills, bass. IM. .July 27 7:30: Jan and Friends. Mozart: Quintetin E flat K. 452; Schumann: Bilder aus OstenOp.66; Brahms: Piano Quartet in g Op.25.-.July 28 12:00 noon: Music for a Summer Noon.Beethoven: Variations on See the conqu’ringhero comes from Judas Maccabaeus; Korngold:Garden Scene; Pleyel: Theme and Variations inG; Paganini: Fantasia. Marc Johnson, cello; JoelQuarrington, double bass; Glen Montgomery,piano. CSC.; .July 28 2:30: Music for a Summer Afternoon.Bach: Sonata in g, BWV 1020; Mozart: Andantein C K. 315; Barnes: Variations for SoloHarp; Doppler/Zamara: Casilda Fantaisie. SuzanneShulman; flute; Erica Goodman, harp.CSC. ; .July 28 7:30: Music for a Summer Evening –the Jazz Age, Spirit 20. Music celebrating thespirit of the roaring ‘20s. Mosaique (JamesCampbell, clarinet; James McKay, bassoon;Guy Few, trumpet; Mark Fewer, violin; ChloeDominguez, cello; John Novacek, piano).CSC. - .July 29 12:00 noon: Music for a Summer Noon– Painted Sound: Legends and Tales. Mascall:Ojibway; Milhaud: Le boeuf sur la toit; Johnston:The Singing Tortoise; Barnes: Anerca. JamesMcKay, bassoon; Mark Fewer, violin; BeverleyJohnston, percussion; John Novacek, piano;Festival Ensemble with First Nations storytellerJohn Rice. CSC. ; .July 29 2:30: Music for a Summer Afternoon– Sound the Trumpet. Purcell: Sound the Trumpet;Handel: Let the Bright Seraphim; Bach:Jauchzet Gott in allen Landen from CantataBWV 51, others. Guy Few, trumpet; LeslieFagan, soprano; Stephanie Mara, piano.CSC.; .July 29 7:30: Music for a Summer Evening.Prokofiev: Overture on Hebrew Themes Op.34; Beethoven: Quintet in E flat for piano andwinds, Op. 16; Brahms: Serenade No.1 in D Op.11. Luba Dubinsky, piano; Festival Winds; FestivalEnsemble. CSC. - .July 30 12:00 noon: Music for a Summer Noon.Dvorák: Slavonic Dances; Rachmaninoff: Suitefor two pianos. Anagnoson and Kinton, pianoduo. CSC. ; .July 30 7:30: Music for a Summer Evening.Bach: Mass in B minor. Leslie Fagan, soprano;Vicki St. Pierre, alto; Colin Ainsworth, tenor;Peter McGillivray baritone; Elmer Iseler Singers;Lydia Adams, conductor; Festival Chamber Orchestra.CSC. -.July 31 12:00 noon: Family Fare – GrahamCampbell Quartet. Popular TV and film themesexplored in the jazz style. CSC. Free.July 31 7:30: Jazz Canada Big Band. 16- pieceDave Young Big Band with jazz standards andoriginal compositions. CSC. - .August 1 2:30: Music for a Sunday Afternoon– Painted Sound. DiNovi: Scandanavian Suite;others. Gene DiNovi, piano; Dave Young, bass;Terry Clarke, drums; James Campbell, DavidBourque, clarinet; Mark Fewer, violin; SuzanneShulman, Sara Traficante, flute. - .August 1 7:30: Swing, Swing, Swing. TorontoAll-Star Big Band revives the spirit, style, andsound of the 1930s and ‘40s. Tom Richards,conductor. CSC. - .August 2 7:00: Sunset on the Bay MusicalCruise – Brazilian Nights. Latin fever takes overthe Island Queen. Gordon Sheard, piano; DaveYoung, bass; Terry Clarke, drums; Joelson David“Maninho” Costa, Latin percussion; Sinal Aberto,Luanda Jones, vocals. IQ. .August 3 12:00 noon: Music for a SummerNoon – Painted Sound. Mussorgsky: Picturesat an Exhibition. Leopoldo Erice, piano. CSC.; .August 3 6:00/8:00: Gala Dinner & Concert atManitou. Elegant dinner followed by an intimateconcert. Schumann: String Quartet in a Op.41;Chopin: Two nocturnes; Bizet/Sarasate: CarmenFantasy. IM. $150.August 4 12:00 noon: Music for a SummerNoon. Schumann: Three Romances for oboe andpiano, Op. 94; Adagio and Allegro for horn andpiano, Op 70; String Quartet in F, Op. 41 No 2.James Mason, oboe; James Sommerville, horn;Aimee Tsuchiya, piano; Penderecki String Quartet.Colin Fox, narrator.CSC. ; .August 4 2:30: Music for a Summer Afternoon.A musical biography of Schumann. Susan GilmourBailey, soprano; Michael Kim, piano; ColinFox, narrator .CSC. ; .August 4 7:30: Music for a Summer Evening.Brahms: Scherzo from the F.A.E. Sonata; Schumann:Piano Trio No. 1 in d Op. 63; Schumann:Piano Quintet in E-flat Op. 44. FrederieckeSaeijs, Leopoldo Erice Andrew Burashko, piano;Swiss Piano Trio; Penderecki String Quartet;Colin Fox, narrator.CSC ; .August 5 12:00 noon: Music for a SummerNoon. Brahms: Violin Sonata No.1; Reinecke:Trio in B flat for horn, clarinet, and piano Op.74.James Campbell, clarinet; James Somerville,horn; Fredereike Saeijs, violin; Leopoldo Erice,piano. SCS. ; .August 5 2:30: Music for a Summer Afternoon.Schnyder: Piano Trio; Tchaikovsky: Piano Trio ina Op. 50. Swiss Piano Trio. CSC. ; .August 5 7:30: Music for a Summer Evening.Mozart: Horn Quintet in E-flat, K. 407; Beethoven:Variations on Ein Mädchen oder Weibchenfrom Mozart’s The Magic Flute; Schumann:String Quartet in A, Op. 41 No.3. James Sommerville,horn; Yegor Dyachkov cello; LeopoldoErice, piano; Penderecki String Quartet.CSC.- .August 6 9:00am: Baroque on the Boat. FestivalWinds aboard the M.V. Chippewa. MVC..August 6 12:00 noon: Music for a SummerNoon. Saint-Saëns: Fantasie for violin and harp;Reade: Victorian Kitchen Garden Suite; Debussy:Sonata for flute, viola and harp. JudyLoman, Elizabeth Volpe Bligh, Jennifer Swartz,harp; Frederieke Saejis, violin; Barry Shiffman,viola; James Campbell, clarinet; Suzanne Shulman,flute. CSC. ; .August 6 2:30: Music for a Summer Afternoon.Debussy: Reverie; Ibert: Escales; Ravel: Pièceen forme de Habanera; Chaussier: Élégie forHorn and Harp. Nora Bumanis, Elizabeth VolpéBligh, Sharlene Wallace, harps; James Masonoboe; James Sommerville, horn. CSC. ; .August 06 7:30: Music for a Summer Evening.Handel: Harp Concerto in B flat; Debussy:Danses sacrées et profane; Mozart: Concertofor Flute and Harp K. 299; Ravel: Introductionand Allegro. Judy Loman, Nora Bumanis, ElizabethVolpé Bligh, Jennifer Swartz, harps; SuzanneShulman, flute; Festival Chamber Orchestra;James McKay, conductor. CSC. -.August 7 12:00 noon: Family Fare. The fiveharpists in a concert for families. CSC. Free.August 7 7:30: Music for a Summer Evening. L.Mozart: Trumpet Concerto in D; Mozart: ViolinConcerto No.5 K219; Beethoven: SymphonyNo.4 in B flat Op.60. Guy Few, trumpet; FrederieckeSaeijs, violin; Festival Chamber Orchestra;James Sommerville, conductor. CSC. -.August 8 2:30: Music for a Sunday Afternoon– Pirates of Penzance. Concert production withprincipal characters in full costume. Sasha TaitLiebich, (Mabel); Laura Schatz (Ruth); JasonHales( Frederic); Jonathan Liebich( Pirate King);Roy Schatz (Major General Stanley); ElmerIseler Singers; Lydia Adams, conductor. CSC.- .Forest FestivalHaliburton, ONAugust 18-22705-754-2198www.theforestfestival.comTickets (until July 15, 2010); (afterJuly 15, 2010). All seven shows: 0.BLA = Bone Lake AmphitheatreHLM = Historic Logging MuseumAugust 18 8:00: Creaking Tree String Quartet.BLA.August 19 8:00: Dan Hill. BLAAugust 20 8:00: Nathaniel Dett Chorale. BLAAugust 21 2:00: Hilario Duran Trio. HLMAugust 21 8:00: Soul Stew. HLMAugust 22 2:00: Ken Whiteley’s Gospel Review.HLMAugust 22 8:00: True North Brass. HLMGlimmerglass OperaCooperstown NYJuly 9-August 24607-547-2255www.glimmerglass.orgAll performances take place at the Alice BuschOpera Theatre, Otsego Lake. This summer’s repertoireconsists of Tosca (Puccini), The Marriageof Figaro (Mozart), Tolomeo (Handel) and TheTender Land (Copland).Goderich Celtic Roots FestivalGoderich, ONAugust 6-8519-524-8221www.celticfestival.caFriday Day Pass, Sunday Day Pass: /(st/sr); Saturday Day Pass: / (st/sr); WeekendPass: / (st/sr).August 6 1:30 to 8:30: Mainstage II. CelticCollege Showcase, Kimberley Fraser & JanineRandall, Fil Cambell, Grainne Hambly & CarolineKeane, other artists.August 6 5:00-12:00 midnight: Mainstage.Cassie and Maggie MacDonald, Gareth Pearson,Brian McNeill, Martine et Ses Amis andother artists.August 7 12:00 noon to 8:30: MainstageII. Matt & Shannon Heaton, Paddy Keenan,July 1 - September 7, 2010 THEWHOLENOTE.COM 37

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