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Volume 15 Issue 10 - July/August 2010

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Galaxie Showacse, Women in Song, otherartists.August 7 5:00 to 12:00 midnight: Mainstage.Shane Cook, The Dardanelles, Brogue, NualaKennedy, Malinky and other artists.August 8 12:00 noon to 8:30: Mainstage II.Gareth Pearson, Sister Act, The Once, The OutsideTrack, other artists.August 8 5:00-12:00 midnight: MainstageI. Oakville Celtic Fiddle Orchestra, Allison &Sairey Miller, Ken Perlman & Alan Jabbour, FiddleJam, other artists.Harbourfront Centre World RoutesToronto416-973-4000www.harbourfrontcentre.comCanada Day, July 1Hot Spot, July 2-4Beats Breaks & Culture, July 9-11Expressions of Brazil, July 16-18Love, Saskatchewan, July 23-25Island Soul, July 30-August 2What is Classical? August 6-8Hot and Spicy Food Festival August 13-15Fortune Cooking August 20-22Telus Taiwanfest August 27-29Ashkenaz, September 4-6For daily details, see Listing Section A (Torontoand GTA).Highlands Summer FestivalHaliburton, ONJuly 5-September 1705-457-9933www.highlandssummerfestival.on.caMN = Minden United Church, 21 NewcastleSt., Minden.NLPA = Northern Lights Performing Arts Pavilion,Hwy. 21, Haliburton.July 5 8:00: The Goodbye Girl. Musical basedon the play by Neil Simon. Marvin Hamlisch.Runs through July 16. . NLPA.July 12 8:00: Summer Wind. Ravel, Grieg, Piazzolla,Joplin and others. Peterborough SymphonyOrchestra, Tom Regina. . NLPA.August 6 8:00: Summer Wind: See July 12..00 NLPA.August 6 8:00: Opera Master Class. . MN.August 7 8:00: Opera Master Class. . MN.August 9 8:00: Summer Wind. See July 12.. NLPA.August 13 8:00 Opera Excerpts Concert. Participantsin the Highlands Opera Studio Program.. MN.August 14 8:00 Opera Faculty Concert. Facultyof the Highlands Opera Studio. Fundraiser.. MN.August 19 8:00: Opera Excerpts Concert. Studentsof the Highlands Opera Studio. .NLPA.August 20 8:00: Chamber Operas. Two one actoperas (TBA). Singers from the Highlands OperaStudio. . NLPA.August 21 8:00: Opera Excerpts Concert. Singersfrom the Highlands Opera Studio. .NLPA.August 22 2:30: Chamber Operas. See August20. . NLPA.August 29 2:30: La Bohème. Runs through September1. . NLPA.Hillside FestivalC. Summer FestivalsGuelph, ONJuly 23-25519-763-6396www.hillsidefestival.caConcerts at Guelph Lake Conservation Area,Conservation Rd. Tickets (-) availableonline.July 23: Calexio, Hidden Cameras, Laura Marling,other artists.July 24: Flash Lightnin, Los Lobos, Sarah Harmer,other artists.July 25: Corb Lund, Easy All-Stars, Gord Downieand the Country of Miracles, Hayley Sales,other artists.Home County Folk FestivalLondon, ONJuly 16-18519-672-7950www.homecounty.caFree concerts in Victoria Park, Richmond St.Ticketed events at Aeolian Hall (three showsfor ).Artists include Bruce Cockburn, Ron Hynes, DonRoss, Lynn Miles, Great Lake Swimmers, Buck65, Jason Collett, Andrew Downing’s CanadaCouncil Project, and others. Schedule TBA.Huntsville Festival of the ArtsHuntsville, ONJuly 2-August 221-800-663-2787www.huntsvillefestival.on.caAT = Algonquin Theatre, 37 Main St. E.Huntsville.MS = Main Street, Downtown Huntsville.RMP = River Mill Park, HuntsvilleTC = Trinity Church, 33 Main Street Huntsville.DBD = Dwight Beach DockHTD = Huntsville Town DockPS = Port SydneySTTFD = Spencer’s Tall Trees Fine DiningJBA = Jack Bionda ArenaRMP = River Mill ParkJuly 2 7:00. Festival Images at First Friday.Original artwork. Ashley Hill, accompaniment.MS. Free.July 2 8:00: Lighthouse. AT. ; (sr);(youth).July 3 8:00: Mark Masri with Amy Sky. AT.; (sr); (youth).July 4 2:00: Norman Foote. Children’s Concert.Pre-concert workshop 12:30pm. RMP. Free.July 5 12:15: Music at Noon. Ruth Cassie –Singer/Songwriter. TC. Free.July 6 12:15: Music at Noon. The Song Project.TC. Free.July 6 8:00: The Beatles White Album. ClassicAlbums Live. AT. ; (sr); (youth).July 7 12:15: Music at Noon. Huntsville CommunityBand. Jordan Riely, Director. TC. Free.July 7 7:00: Concerts on the Dock. MuskokaConcert Band. DBD.July 8 12:15: Music at Noon. Wyat Williamson/Bill Stewart, singer/songwriters. TC. Free.July 8 8:00: Brett Polegato & Robert Kortgaard.British and American Folk songs, Cabaret. BrettPolegato, baritone; Robert Kortgaard, piano. AT./28(sr)/(youth).July 9 12:15: Music at Noon. Stephen McKean,English horn; Marion Haggart, piano. TC. Free.July 9 8:00: Justin Hines. AT. ; (sr);(youth).July 10 8:00: Leahy. AT. ; (sr);(youth).July 11 2:00: Jazz in the Garden. STTFD. $15.July 12 12:15: Music at Noon. The Larks: acapella female choir. Sherisse Stevens, Director.TC. Free.July 13 12:15: Music at Noon. Kim Barlow,saxophone; Neil Barlow, trumpet. TC. Free.July 14 12:15: Music at Noon. ContemporaryJazz. Brian Smith, piano. TC. Free.July 14 7:00: Concerts on the Dock. MuskokaConcert Band. HTD. Free.July 14 8:00: Vishtèn. New-traditional Acadian.AT. ; (sr); (youth).July 15 12:15: Music at Noon. Arias, Broadway,Parlour and Art Songs. Amy Dodington,soprano. TC. Free.July 15 8:00: Carol Welsman. AT. ; (sr);(youth).July 16 12:15: Music at Noon. Showtunes,Christian Music. Jessica Bacon, Ryan Burda,vocals. TC. Free.July 16 8:00: Freddy Vette and the Flames.Community Dance. JBA. .July 17 8:00: Hawksley Workman. AT. ;35(sr); (youth).July 19 12:15: Music at Noon. Classical andPopular Pot-Pourri. Gregory Gibson, piano; AlecGibson, violin. TC. Free.July 20 12:15: Music at Noon. Amy & ChrisWallace, voice. TC. Free.July 21 12:15: Music at Noon. Opera, ArtSongs and Popular Favourites. Allison St. Clair,soprano. TC. Free.July 21 7:00: Concerts on the Dock. MuskokaConcert Band. PS. Free.July 21 8:00: Aaron Pritchett. AT. ; (sr);(youth).July 22 12:15: Music at Noon. Contemporary/Broadway. Bacon Family. TC. Free.July 22 8:00: Vienna Piano Trio. AT. ;(sr); (youth).July 23 12:15: Music at Noon. Favourite vocalmelodies in a variety of genres. Jillian McDougall,Frank Berg. TC. Free.July 23 8:00: Rhinestone Cowgirl: A Tributeto Dolly Parton. Leisa Way, Vocals. AT. ;(sr); (youth).July 24 8:00: Vera to Victory. Grand Salon Orchestra,Kerry Stratton, conductor; Barbara Sadegur,vocalist. AT. /(sr)/(youth).July 29 8:00: Toronto All Star Big Band. AT.; (sr); (youth).July 30 8:00: Alex Cuba. AT. ; (sr);(youth).July 31 10:00am to 5:00pm: Music in the ParkJazz Festival. Various Artists. RMP. Free.July 31 8:00: Laila Biali with Guido Basso. Jazz.AT. ; (sr); (youth).August 1 12:00 to 5:00: Music in the Park JazzFestival. Various Artists RMP. Free.August 5 8:00: Madison Violet. Folk. AT. ;(sr); (youth).August 6 8:00: Brass Transit. Hits from Chicago’sgolden age, 1969-1976. AT. ; (sr);(youth).August 7 8:00: John McDermott. AT. ;(sr); (youth).August 11 800: Cantabile The London Quartet.A Cappella vocal group. AT. ; (sr);(youth).August 20 8:00: Echoes of Ireland. AT. ;(sr); (youth).August 22 8:00: Sarah Harmer. Singer/Songwriter.AT. ; (sr); (youth).Indian River FestivalIndian River PEIJune 27-September 221-866-856-3733www.indianriverfestival.comAll concerts take place at St. Mary’s Church.Artists include Isabel Bayrakdarian, Les VoixBaroques and the Halifax Camerata Singers.Kincardine Summer Music FestivalKincardine, ONAugust 1-14519-396-9716www.ksmf.caBW = Best Western Governor’s Inn, 791 DurhamSt. Kincardine.KPC = Knox Presbyterian Church, 345 DurhamSt. Kincardine.August 1 7:30: Terra Hazelton. Jazz. TerraHazelton, voice; Nathan Hiltz, guitar; Ross Mac-Intyre, bass; Sly Juhas, drums; Drew Jurecka,violin. . BW.August 2 7:30: Heather Bambrick. Jazz. HeatherBambrick, voice; Alex Dean, saxophone;Brian Dickinson, piano; Pat Collins, bass; LorneLofsky, guitar; Barry Elmes, drums. . BW.August 3 7:30: Tuesday Blues. Rick Fines, guitar;Suzie Vinnick, vocals; Carlos del Junco, harmonica.. BW.August 4 7:30: Chase Sanbourn, Mark Eisenman.With Alex Dean, sax; Brian Dickinson,piano; Pat Collins, bass; Lorne Lofsky, guitar;Barry Elmes, drums. . BW.August 5 7:30: Ron Westray. With Alex Dean,sax; Brian Dickinson, piano; Pat Collins, bass;Lorne Lofsky, guitar; Barry Elmes, drums. .BW.August 6 7:00: KSMF Jazz Student Showcase.Students of the KSMF Jazz program. . LocationTBA.August 6 7:30: Paul Reddick in Concert withBlues Approved. . BW.August 8 7:30: Joseph Petric. Joseph Petric,Concert accordionist. 7:00: Pre-concert dialogue.. KPC.August 9 7:30: Trillium Brass Quintet. 7:00:Pre-concert dialogue. KPC.August 10 7:30: Peter Allen, Concert Pianist.7:00: Pre-concert dialogue. . KPC.August 11 7:30: Montreal Quartet. 7:00: Preconcertdialogue. . KPC.August 12 7:30: Project Aria. Guy Few, trumpetand piano; Donna Brown, Leslie Fagan, sopranos;Stephanie Mara, piano. . KPC.August 13 7:30: Sounds Symphonic. KSMFWind Ensemble; KSMF Symphony Orchestra;Thomas Beard, cello; Matthew Jones, conductor.. KPC.August 14 1:00: Grand Finale Student Showcase.Featuring KSMF band, strings and choirstudents. . Location TBC.August 14 4:00: Chamber Music StudentShowcase. Featuring ensembles from the KSMFChamber Music Program. . KPC.Lanaudière FestivalJoliette QCJuly 10-August 81 800-561-4343www.lanaudiere.orgThis year, this large-scale annual festival presentsviolinist Hillary Hahn, the Quebec SymphonyOrchestra and the Montreal SymphonyOrchestra, and many other artists.Leith Summer FestivalOwen Sound, ONJuly 3-August 2838 THEWHOLENOTE.COMJuly 1 - September 7, 2010

1-888-446-7699www.leithfestival.caAll performances at Historic Leith Church,419134 Tom Thomson Lane.July 3 7:30: Duo Concertante. Nancy Dahn, violin;Timothy Steeves, piano. ; (st).July 17 7:30: Trans-Atlantic Voyage. Songs byVaughan Williams, Britten, and others. BrettPolegato, baritone; Robert Kortgaard, piano.; (st).July 31 7:30: Chris Donnelly – Solo. Jazz piano.; (st).August 14 7:30: Penderecki String Quartet.; (st).August 28 7:30: Duo Gelato. Peter De Sotto,violin; Alexander Sevastian, accordion & piano.; (st).Little Lake MusicfestPeterborough, ONJune 26-August 281-800-461-6424www.festivaloflights.caFree concerts in Del Crary Park, George St. N.,Peterborough.July 1 8:00:The Weber Brothers. Rock & Roll.July 3 8:00: Jimmy Bowskill. Rock.July 7 8:00: Valdy. Folk.July 10 8:00: Justin Hines. Acoustic.July 14 8:00: Irish Descendants. Celtic.July 17 8:00: Powerhouse/Chicago Transit.70’s Tribute.July 21 8:00: Gord Bamford. Country.July 24 8:00: Jim Witter. The Best of JimWitter.July 28 8:00: Levon. Alternative folk rock.July 31 8:00: Trooper. Rock.August 4 8:00: Abba/Bee Gees Tribute.August 7 8:00: Nearly Neil and the SolitaryBand. Tribute to Neil Diamond.August 11 8:00: Hotel California. Tribute tothe Eagles.August 14 8:00: Blues Brothers Revue. Tributeto the Blues Brothers.August 18 8:00: Peterborough Top Talent.Variety.August 21 8:00: Mark Masri.Gospel.August 25 8:00: Michael Kaeshammer. Jazz,swing, blues & pop.August 28 8:00: Davy Jones. Rock.Live from the Rock Folk FestivalRed Rock, ONAugust 6-8705-345-5552www.livefromtherock.comArtists include Big Dave McLean, BonnieCouchie, Brock Zemen, Cindy Doire, Craig Cardiff,Claire Jenkins, Eve Goldberg, Greg Quill,Gypsy Jive, Heather Bishop, Ian Tamblyn, JohnBooth and the Southside Band, Jory Nash, KimChurchill, Rita Chiarelli, Lennie Gallant, Valdyand others.Mariposa Folk FestivalOrillia, ONJuly 9-11705-326-3655www.mariposafolk.comPerformances at venues throughout Orillia.July 9 4:30 to 11:45: Alejandra Ribera, KenWhiteley, Mose Scarlett, Grass MountainHobos, Little Miss Higgins, The Metis FiddlerQuartet, Elliot Brood, Matt Andersen, Dan Mangan,The Wooden Sky, Zeus, Jason Collett.July 10 11:00am to 11:00pm: Mike Ford,Joshua Cockeril, Sultans of String, Elliot Brood,Gwen Swick, Little Miss Higgins, Matt Andersen,Mike Ford, Cindy Church, Madison Violet,Ashley McIsaac, Dan Mangan, Murray Mc-Lauchlan, Serena Ryder, Sylvia Tyson, DaveGunning, Les Tireux d’Roches, Ianspotting,Chris McKhool, Metis Fiddler Quartet, Sharon &Bram, Catherine MacLellan, Lynn Miles, Louis-Philippe Robilard, Caitlin Hanford, AlejandraRibera, James Gordon, George Hewison, MoseScarlett, Liziwe “Lizzy” Mahashe, Rick Fines &Suzy Vinnick, Downchild Blues Band and otherartists.July 11 11:00am to 11:00 pm: Dave Borins,2010 Showcase Winners, This Bird has Flow,The Wooden Sky, Chris Whiteley, Lynn Miles,Ohbijou, the Breakmen, Ken Whiteley, CaitlinHanford, Catherine MacLellan, Cindy Church,George Hewison, Sherry Lawson, Sid Dolgay,Gwen Swick, Oscar Brand, Louis PhillipeRobillard, Madison Violet, Murray McLauchlan,Mike Ford, Holmes Hooke, Dave Gunning,Chris Smither, Don Cullen, Eric Stein, MichaelJohnston, Dave Gunning, Mose Scarlett, ElliotBrood, Mike Stevens, Ohbijou, The Breakmen,Rick Fines and Suzie Vinnick, Sylvia Tyson, IanTyson, Gordon Lightfoot, Chris Smithers, DeepDark Woods, Ianspotting, Dave Borins, andother artists.Markham Jazz FestivalMarkham, ONAugust 20-22905-471-5299www.markhamjazzfestival.comFor daily details, see Listings Section A (Torontoand GTA).Mill-Race FestivalCambridge, ONJuly 30-August 11-800-749-7560www.millracefolksociety.comPerformers include Ad Vielle Que Pourra, AnimaFado, Ian Bell & Geoff Somers, The Bilge Rats,Cairdeas, Leigh Cline Pontic Music Group, ChrisCoole & Arnie Naiman, Enoch Kent, Finest Kind,Richard Grainger, Light of East, Malinky, NormTellier & Tom Nunn, Orchid Ensemble, Rallion,The Runes, Tethera, and Zorba.Miramichi Folksong FestivalMiramichi NBAugust 1-6506-623-2150www.miramichifolksongfestival.comFeatured artists include Jim Morrison & theDown East Entertainers, Susan Butler, MelanieRoss Breen, The Gillis Family, and many others.Music and BeyondOttawaJuly 5-14613-241-0777www.musicandbeyond.caThis new festival features over 80 concerts,with such musicians as pianist MenahemPressler, the Emerson Quartet, soprano KathleenBattle, the Hilliard ensemble, and manyCanadian artists. (Detailed listings were not receivedat the time of publication.)Music at Port MilfordPort Milford, ONJuly 23-August 14613-476-7647www.mpmcamp.orgMWV = “Music With a View,” 89 Collier’s Rd.,MilfordSBC = South Bay Church, County Rd. 13StMM = St. Mary Magdelene Church, 35 MainSt., PictonJuly 23 8:00: Beethoven and The Brits. Bridge:Three Idylls; Beethoven op.59 No.2 in e;Walton: String Quartet in a. Linden String Quartet.StMM. ; $10.July 24 2:00: Students in Concert I. MWV. Donationrequested.July 30 8:00: Classics of the 18th, 19th &20th Century. Haydn: Quartet Op.50 No.6 in D“The Frog”; Schumann: Quartet No.1 in a Op.41No.1; Barber: Three Songs (arranged for stringquartet and voice); String Quartet Op.11. TokaiString Quartet. StMM. ; $10.July 31 2:00: Students in Concert II. SBC. Donationrequested.August 6 8:00: Spanish Accent. Turina: Oraciondel Torero “Bullfighter’s Prayer”; Ginastera:Quartet No.2 Op.26; Piazzolla: Four for Tango.Tokai String Quartet. StMM. ; $10.August 7 2:00: Students in Concert III. MWV.Donation requested.August 13 8:00: Ascending Strings. VaughanWilliams: The Lark Ascending; Borodin: QuartetNo.2 in D; Elgar: String Quartet Op.83 in e.Marie Bérard, violin; Port Milford faculty artists.StMM. ; $10.August 14 2:00: Students in Concert IV. StMM.Donation requested.Music at SharonToronto, ONJune 6-July 4416-597-7840www.sharontemple.caFor daily details, see Listings Section A (Torontoand GTA): July 4, 24.Music NiagaraNiagara on-the-Lake, ONJuly 17-August 141800-511-7429www.musicniagara.orgSM = St.Mark’s Anglican Church, 41 ByronSt., Niagara-on-the-LakeAH = Addison Hall, 41 Byron St. Niagara-onthe-LakePE = Peller Estates, 290 John St. E., Niagaraon-the-LakeRW = Reif Winery, 15608 Niagara Parkway,Niagara-on-the-LakeSPB = Simcoe Park Bandshell, Picton andQueen St., Niagara-on-the-LakeTE = The Epicurean, 84 Queen St, Niagara-onthe-LakeJuly 17 7:30: Opening Concert – Laplante PlaysChopin and Schumann. Chopin: Nocturne in csharp opus posthumus, Nocturne Op.15 No.1,Fantasy Op.49, Sonata Op. 35; Schumann:Piano Quintet Op. 44. Andre Laplante, piano;Gould String Quartet. SM .July 18 7:30: Niagara Pops – Classical Jazzfor Clarinet and Piano. Brahms: Clarinet SonataNo.1 Op.120; Poulenc: Sonata for Clarinet andPiano; Pacanowski: Sonatina for Clarinet andPiano; also jazz standards. Paul Pacanowski,clarinet; Anna Dynarowska, piano; Paul PacanowskiMellifluence Trio. SM. .July 19 2:00: Young Virtuosos – The Talentsof Tomorrow. Young artists perform music byIs the festivalYOUwant onThe WholeNote’sMap?Consult our Green Pages Guide toSummer Music at thewholenote.com tofind out.FESTIVALS! Join online any time.• Contact summer@thewholenote.comfor information, or phone 416-323-2232x26.THEJuly 1 - September 7, 2010 THEWHOLENOTE.COM 39

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