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Volume 15 Issue 10 - July/August 2010

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Novachek, Tartini; Chopin, Beethoven, Lisztand others. Victor Sung, Annie Zhou, Elena Prokopienko,piano; Jasmin Lin, violin. AH. .July 19 7:30: Schumann and his Circle – Schumann,Chopin, Barber, Mahler. Schumann:Blumenstűck Op.19; Barber: the “Hermit Songs”Op. 29; Chopin: Waltz Op. 28 No.1; selectionsfrom Preludes Op.28; Mahler: 5 Kindertotenlieder.Leah Summer, mezzo; Charis Dimaris, piano;Neil Barclay, actor. AH. .July 23 7:30: With a Song in my Heart. Musicby Mozart, de Falla, Copland, Barber, others.Krisztina Szabo, mezzo; Brett Polegato, baritone;Robert Kortgaard, piano. SM. .July 24 11:30am: Music and Wine. Haydn:String Quartet Op.50 No.4; Mozart: StringQuartet K.421. Gould String Quartet. PE. .July 24 4:30: Baroque Among the Barrels.Haydn: String Quartet Op.20 No.1 & No. 4; Vivaldi:Sonata Op.14 No. 1; Concerto for Stringsin c. Michael Tansley, harpsichord; Gould StringQuartet. RW. (includes wine and horsd’oeuvres).July 24 7:30: The Romantic Piano. C. Schumann:Variations on a Theme by SchumannOp.20; Brahms: Variations on a Theme by Schumann;Chopin: Piano Concerto No.2 Op. 21. DarrettZusko, piano; David Longenecker, doublebass;Gould String Quartet; Rick Phillips, narrator.SM. .July 24 10:15: JAZZafterPLAY. A jazz nightcapunder the stars with the John Sherwood Trio.TE. $15 at the door.July 25 12:00 noon: 12 O’clock Jump. Lunchtimejazz concert with the Shea D Duo (JulietDunn, vocals, Peter Shea, keyboard). AH. $15( with box lunch).July 25 2:00: Notes from Niagara. Concert inthe park with music by Bach, Mozart, and Vivaldi.Gould String Quartet; Festival Strings.SPB. Free.July 25 4:00: Niagara Pops – Baroque and Jazz.W. F. Bach: Sonata for Flute & Violin in F; Bach;Overture No. 2 BWV 1067; Pacanowski: JazzVespers; also music by Albinoni, Ellington, Coltraneand Silver. Camille Watts, flute; GouldString Quartet; Paul Pacanowski MellifluenceTrio. SM. .July 26 2:00: Young Virtuosos – The Starsof Tomorrow. Young artists perform music byBach, Beethoven, and Chopin. Yike Yang, ElenaProkopienko, piano; Emma Meinrenken, violin.AH. .July 26 7:30: Schumann and his Circle – Hornand Piano. Schumann: Adagio and AllegroOp.70; Violin Sonata Op. 105 No.1; Brahms:Horn Trio Op.4. Neil Deland, horn; Claudia Hoca,piano; Atis Bankas, violin; Patty Jamieson, actor.AH. .July 30 7:30: Dick Hyman at the Piano. Americanjazz pianist playing his own music. DickHyman, piano; Maciej Bujnowicz, baritone; AtisBankas, violin. SM. .July 31 11:30am: Music and Wine. Haydn:String Quartet Op.50 No. 5; Mozart: StringQuartet K.464. Gould String Quartet. PE. .July 31 4:30: Baroque Among the Barrels.Haydn: String Quartet Op.20 No. 1 & No.4;Vivaldi: Cello Sonata Op.14 No. 1, Concertofor Strings in C. Michael Tansley, harpsichord;Gould String Quartet. PE. (includes wineand hors d’oeuvres)July 31 10:15: JAZZafterPLAY. A jazz nightcapunder the stars with the. John Sherwood Trio.TE. $15 at the door.August 1 12:00noon: 12 O’clock Jump.C. Summer FestivalsLunchtime jazz concert with Maria Shantz,vocals, and Doug Mundy, piano. AH. $15 (with box lunch).August 1 4:00: Niagara Pops. Ibert: Entr’acte;Debussy: Maid with the Flaxen Hair, Reverie;Ravel: Pavane for a Dead Princess, others. JulieSpring, harp; Atis Bankas, violin; Elena Prokopienko,piano; Metis Fiddler Quartet. SM. .August 2 2:00: Young Virtuosos – The Stars ofTomorrow. Young artists perform music by Chopin,Ravel, Brahms and others. Jennifer Sullivan,soprano; Jennifer Tung, Anna Vertypolokh,piano. AH. .August 6 7:30: Musical Bridges: The Mekinulovs– Schumann and Brahms. Brahms: GestillteSehnsucht Op.91 No.1, Geistiliches WiegenliedOp.91 No.25, Cello Sonata in e; Schumann:Piano Quartet Op.47. Sebnem Mekinulov,soprano; Alexander Mekinulov, piano; RomanMekinulov, cello; Atis Bankas, violin; NatashaSharko, viola; Peter Hall, lecturer. SM. .August 7 11:30am: Music and Wine. Haydn:String Quartet Op.54 No.6; Mozart: StringQuartet K.465 “Dissonance.” Gould StringQuartet. PE. .August 7 4:30: Baroque Among the Barrels.Haydn: String Quartet Op.20 No.2 & No.3; Vivaldi:Violin Sonata Op.2 No. 1, Concerto forStrings in G. Michael Tansley, harpsichord;Gould String Quartet. PE. (includes wineand hors d’oeuvres)August 7 7:30: French Connection – Trio Magellan.Debussy: Piano Trio in G, Cello Sonata ind; Ravel: Duo for Violin and Cello; Trio in d. TrioMagellan. SM. .August 7 10:15: JAZZafterPLAY. A jazz nightcapunder the stars with the John SherwoodTrio. TE. $15 at the door.August 8 4:00: Niagara Pops. Schumann:Novelette Op.21 No.1, Romance Op.28 No.2,Three Fantastic Pieces Op.111; Brahms: CapriccioOp.116 No.3; Capriccio Op.116 No. 7; alsojazz renditions on Chopin, Fauré, and others.Yaroslav Pugach, piano; Hognestad Jazz Trio.SM. .August 9 2:00: Young Virtuosos – The Starsof Tomorrow. Young artists perform jazz standards.Alexandra Dominick, Madeline Robertson,vocals; John Sherwood, piano. AH. .August 9 7:30: Schumann and His Circle –Shaw and Music. George Bernard Shaw’sthoughts on composers. Joachim: Romance;Clara Schumann: Three Romances; FAE Sonata.Claudia Hoca, piano; Atis Bankas, violin; GuyBannerman, actor. AH. .August 13 7:30: Bravo Italia – Italian Sonatasand Songs. Rossini: Three Sonatas for Strings;Brambilla: Arietta; Castelnuovo-Tedesco: Ballatedell’Esilio, others. Carole Sirois, cello; AtisBankas, violin; Simon Wynberg, guitar; ChrisTrakas, baritone. SM. .August 14 7:30: Viva Espana – Quartetto Gelato:Spanish Music and Tango. A celebrationof the music of Spain. Quartetto Gelato; ColinMaier, Andrea Ciacci, dancer/choreographer.SM. .Musique Royalethroughout Nova ScotiaJune 11-Sep 19902-624-0506www.musiqueroyale.comEarly music, and also tradition Maritime music,are featured in this festival, with performancesin Halifax, Dartmouth, Wolfville, Yarmouth, andothe communities. Artists include Les Boreades,the Toronto Consort, lutenist Terry McKennaand mezzo Laura Pudwell.Northern Lights Festival BorealSudbury, ONJuly 9-11705-674-5512www.nlfbsudbury.comArtists include: Gord Downie & the Countryof Miracles, The Sadies, Fred Penner, Cuff theDuke, Njacko Backo, Lee Harvey Osmond, Sheeshamand Lotus, The Monkey Bunch, AmeliaCurran, Danny Michel, Christine Tassan et lesImposteures, Bon Debarras, Kirie Kristmanson,Bruce Peninsula and other artists.Orford FestivalMagog, QCJune 18-August 151-800-567-6155www.arts-orford.orgThis summer, the Orford Festival includes suchartists as pianist Anton Kuerti, Ensemble Constantinople,and the Studio de musique anciennede Montréal. Most performances take place inthe Gilles-Lefebvre Concert Hall, at the OrfordArts Centre.Organ-Music & Historical FestivalTorontoJuly 9-12647-822-2530www.organfestivaltoronto2010.yolasite.comFor daily concerts see Listings Section A (Torontoand GTA): July 9-12.For other events see Listings Section E (AnnouncementsETC).Ottawa Folk FestivalOttawa, ONAugust 13-151-877-730-8234www.ottawafolk.orgPerformances at Britannia Park, Carling Ave.Adult weekend pass: ; youth weekend ;senior weekend ; day passes also available.Artists include The Acorn, Arrested Development,Bahamas, Bruce Peninsula, Calexico,Chris McLean, Delhi 2 Dublin, The Foggy HogtownBoys, Frank Turner, Gareth Pearson,Horsefeathers, The Jim Cuddy Band and others.Ottawa ChamberfestOttawa International Chamber MusicFestivalOttawa, ONJuly 24-August 7613-234-8008www.chamberfest.comFestival passes available from -5(adult);.50-$105(st). Single tickets from -(adult); $15(st).OCMS = Ottawa Chamber Music Society,201-4 Florence St.DCUC = Dominion Chalmers United Church,355 Cooper St.FBC = First Baptist Church, 140 Laurier St. W.CJE= Church of St. John the Evangelist, 275Elgin St.RC = Rideau Canal, next to the National ArtsCentreFH/PB = Freiman Hall, Perez Building, Universityof Ottawa, 610 Cumberland St.TH = Tabaret Hall, University of Ottawa, 550Cumberland St.SBC = St. Brigid’s Centre for the Arts andHumanities, 314 St. Patrick St.RH = Rideau Hall, 1 Sussex Dr.LP = Lansdowne Park, 1015 Bank St.BNMC = Beechwood National Memorial Centre,280 Beechwood Ave.KPC = Knox Presbyterian Church, 120 LisgarSt.MC = Museum of Civilization, 100 Laurier St.,Hull QCJuly 24 1:00: Songs and Tangos from theAmericas. Gryphon Trio; Patricia O’Callaghan,vocals. RH.July 24 3:00: Rising Stars. Young musiciansfrom the National-Capital region. SBC.July 24 7:00: Opening Night Concert: An IntimateEvening with Frederica Von Stade – FarewellTour. Songs by Heggie, Ravel, Mahler, Guglielmiand others. Frederica Von Stade, mezzo soprano;Jake Heggie, piano. DCUC.July 24 10:30pm: Broken Hearts and Mad Men.Gryphon Trio; Patricia O’Callaghan, voice. SBC.July 25 11:00am: Keyboard Contemplations:Improvisation and Interpretations with pianistAdam Gyorgy. Bach: Improvisations on wellknown melodies (arr. Hess); Chopin: BalladeNo.2 in F Op.38; Liszt: La Campanella, Rigolettoand others. Adam Gyorgy, piano. BNMC.July 25 1:00: Afiara String Quartet. RH.July 25 3:00: Tf3: Time for Three. Classical,country-western, gypsy and jazz. RH.July 25 3:00: Djokic Duo. Halvorsen: Passacagliain g on a Theme by Handel; Martinů: DuoNo.2 for Violin and Cello; Mascall: Cantus (onmeeting Avro Pärt); Schulhoff: Duo for Violinand Cello; Kodály: Duo for Violin and Cello Op.7.Marc Djokic, violin; Denise Djokic, cello. SAPC.July 25 7:00: Chopin Extravaganza! Chopin:Nocturne in c sharp Op.27 No.1; Barcarolle inF sharp Op.60, 12 Etudes Op.10; 12 EtudesOp.25; Scherzo No.2 in b flat Op.31. AlexanderTselyakov, piano. DCUC.July 25 8:00: Claudel-Canimex String Quartet.Dohnányi: String Quartet No. 2 in D-flat major,Op. 15; Mozetich: String Quartet No 2; Ravel:String Quartet in F. Claudel-Canimex StringQuartet. SBC.July 25 10:30pm: Late Night at Saint Brigid’s:Time for Three. SBC.July 26 10:00am: Diagnosing Genius: Love,Rage and Altered States. François Mai, psychiatrist;Justin Kolb, piano. SJE.July 26 12:00 noon: Czech Masters. Suk: Elegyfor Piano Trio, Op. 23; Smetana: Piano Trio in gminor, Op. 15; Janáček: Concertino for Piano,two Violins, Viola, Clarinet, Bassoon and Horn.Trio Hochelaga with guests. DCUC.July 26 12:00 noon: Trio Alla Grande. Vivaldi:Concerto in g minor, RV 531; Piris: Rhûn; Mirto:Su Bentu; Kleynjans: Sonata, Op. 111; andothers. Rémi Barrette, Julien Bisaillon, BrunoRoussel, guitars. KPC.July 26 3:00: Alexander Tselyakov and Friends.SJE.July 26 7:00: Schumann 1: Poet of the Night.Schumann: Nachtstücke Op.23; Humoreskein B-flat Op.20; Piano Quartet in E-flat Op.47.Hinrich Alpers, piano; Annalee Patipatanakoon,violin; Donnie Deacon, viola; Denise Djokic,cello. DCUC.July 26 8:00: Afiara String Quartet. Mozart:String Quartet No.19 in C K465; Mendelssohn:String Quartet No.2 in a Op.13; Beethoven:String Quartet No.7 in F Op.59 No.1. SBC.July 26 10:30pm: Late Night at Saint Brigid’s:the Road to Kashgar. Music inspired by the SilkRoad. Orchid Ensemble. SBC.July 27 10:00am: Musical Musings: The completeBeethoven Piano Sonatas, Part 1. Stewart40 THEWHOLENOTE.COMJuly 1 - September 7, 2010

Goodyear, piano; Harry Halbreich, musicologist.SJA.July 27 12:00 noon: New Music Dialogues:Cello, Basses and Bassoon! Sokolovic: Concertofor Bassoon and Seven Low Strings; Vez forSolo Cello; Gubaidulina: Concerto for solo bassoon,4 Cellos and 3 Basses. DCUC.July 27 12:00 noon: Musical Musing: The CompleteBeethoven Piano Sonatas, Part 2. StewartGoodyear, piano. SJE.July 27 3:00: Young People’s Concert: Panguand the Story of Creation. Orchid Ensemble.DCUC.July 27 7:00: Shostakovich! Pacifica Quartet.DCUC.July 27 8:00: Tango Nuevo. Norteno. SBC.July 27 10:30pm: Late Night at Saint Brigid’s:The Kyrie Kristmanson Project. Kyrie Kristmanson,singer/songwriter; Patrick Carrabré, composer.SBC.July 28 10:00am: Musical Musings. AfiaraString Quartet; Harry Halbreich, musicologist.SJE.July 28 12:00 noon: Master and Pupil: Sainte-Colombe, the master, and Marin Marais, his pupil.Les Voix Humaines. KPC.July 28 12:00 noon: Pacifica Quartet 2. SJE.July 28 3:00: The Complete Beethoven PianoSonatas, Part 3. Stewart Goodyear. SJE.July 28 7:00: Magellan Ensemble. DCUC.July 28 8:00: Death and the Lady. Les Voix Baroques,Skye Consort. SBC.July 28 10:30pm: Late Night at St. Brigid’s:True Love and Tragedy. Skye Consort. SBC.July 29 10:00am: Musical Musings. Romie deGuise-Langlois, clarinet; Harry Halbreich, musicologist.SJE.July 29 12:00 noon: Mozart: The MiraculousSummer of 1786, part 1. Made in Canada.DCUC.July 29 12:00 noon: Winds at Noon. SJE.July 29 3:00: The Complete Beethoven PianoSonatas, Part 4. Stewart Goodyear. SJE.July 29 3:00: Young People’s Concert: What’sLove Got To Do With It? Ying Quartet. DCUC.July 29 7:00: The Complete Beethoven PianoSonatas, Part 5. Stewart Goodyear. DCUC.July 29 8:00: Constantinople. Gryphon Trio; PatriciaO’Callaghan; Maryem Tollar. MC.July 29 8:00: Love is a Battlefield. SBC.July 29 10:30: Late Night at St. Brigid’s. Folk,blue grass and jazz inspired. Creaking TreeString Quartet. SBC.July 30 10:00am: Musical Musings: The CompleteBeethoven Piano Sonatas, Part 6. StewartGoodyear. SJE.July 30 12:00 noon: Mozart: The MiraculousSummer of 1786, part 2. Made In Canada.DCUC.July 30 12:00 noon: The Complete BeethovenPiano Sonatas, Part 7. Stewart Goodyear,piano. SJE.July 30 3:00: Whirlwind and Strings. KPC.July 30 7:00: Giles Von Sattel and the YingQuartet. DCUC.July 30 8:00: Constantinople: See July 29. MC.July 30 10:30pm: Late Night at Saint Brigid’s– Korngold: Source and Inspiration. Art of TimeEnsemble. SBC.July 31 10:00am: Musical Musings. Harry Halbreich,musicologist. SJE.July 31 12:00 noon: Meet the Artist: Ying Quartet.FH.July 31 12:00 noon: The Complete BeethovenSonatas, Part 8. Stewart Goodyear. SJE.July 31 1:00: Chamberfest and Rideau CanalFestival: Musical Breeze Bicycle Parade. TorqPercussion Ensemble with Ryan Scott, JesseStewart, percussion; Evie Mark, Akinisie Suviarapik,throat singers. Dow’s Lake to MarionDewar Plaza.July 31 7:00: The Complete Beethoven PianoSonatas, Part 9. Stewart Goodyear DCUC.July 31 8:00: Canti di a Terra. Constantinople& Barbara Fortuna. SBC.July 31 10:30pm: Late Night at Saint Brigid’s –The Juliet Letters. Elvis Costello’s The Juliet Letters.Kerry-Anne Kutz, soprano; Cecilia StringQuartet. SBC.August 1 11:00am: Meet The Artist. Guy Few.SBC.August 1 11:00am: Music For Contemplation.BNMC.August 1 2:00pm: Canal Music 2010. Torq PercussionEnsemble; Festival Brass Ensemble andothers. RC.August 1 3:00: The Schumann Letters. SJE.August 1 7:00: The Schumann Quartets. PendereckiString Quartet. DCUC.August 1 8:00: Bach and the Baroque Gypsies.Ensemble Caprice. SBCAugust 1 10:30pm: Late Night at Saint Brigid’s:Elements. Jesse Stewart Ensemble. SBC.August 2 12:00 noon: New Music Dialogues:WATTage. SBCAugust 2 1:30: New Music Dialogues: JosephPetric & Penderecki String Quartet. SBCAugust 2 3:00: New Music Dialogues: OttawaNew Music Creators. SBC.August 2 8:00: The Great Romantics. SwissPiano Trio. SBC.August 2 10:30pm: Late Night at Saint Brigid’s:Beats and Loops… And Turntables. Toca Locaand DJ P-Love. SBC.August 3 12:00 noon: New Music Dialogues:Take the Dog Sled. SBC.August 3 1:30: New Music Dialogues: PianoTrios from Switzerland. Swiss Piano Trio. SBC.August 3 3:00: New Music Dialogues. MarkFewer and John Novacek. SBC.August 3 3:00: Young People’s Concert: Buzzand Crow. Guy Few, trumpet; Nadina MackieJackson, bassoon. DCUC.August 3 7:00: In Twos: Love and Sex fromBoth Sides in Song. DCUC.August 3 8:00: Scandanavian Suite. GeneDiNovi Trio and Friends. SBC.August 3 10:30pm: Late Night at Saint Brigid’s– A Score to Settle. Rita Costanzi, harp; ArthurMasella director; Kico Gonzalez-Risso, playwright.SBC.August 4 10:00am: Musical Musings. CeciliaString Quartet; Harry Halbreich, musicologist.SJE.August 4 12:00 noon: Guy Few and NadinaMackie Jackson. SJE.August 4 12:00 noon: Transatlantic Voyage:English Songs from here and there. DCUC.August 4 3:00: Sacred and Profane Love. LudusModalis. KPC.August 4 7:00: Isabelle Faust and AlexanderMalnikov. DCUC.August 4 8:00: Scarlatti and Pergolesi: Shadesof Heaven and Hell. SBC.August 4 10:30pm: Late Night at Saint Brigid’s:From Rags to Riches. Ragtime. John Novacek,piano; Steven Novacek, guitar; Mark Fewer, violin;John Geggie, bass. SBC.August 5 10:00am: Musical Musings. HarryHalbreich, musicologist. SJE.August 5 12:00 noon: Gryphon Trio. Schumann:Piano Trio No.2 in F Op.80; Chopin: PianoTrio in g Op.8. DCUC.August 5 12:00 noon: Discovering the violad’amore and chalumeau. Helene Plouffe, violad’amore; Mark Simons, chalumeau; OlivierHenchiri, cello; Ann Monoyios, soprano; MarieBouchard, harpsichord. FBC.August 5 3:00: Cecilia String Quartet. Wolf:Italian Serenade for String Quartet; Beethoven:String Quartet No.12 in E flat Op.127; Dvořák:String Quartet No.13 in G Op.126. SA.August 5 7:00: Angèle Dubeau and La Pietà.Schnittke: Polka; Glass: Ouverture La Belle etLa Bete; Bartók: Popular Romanian Dances andother works. La Pieta, Angele Dubeau, violinsolo and conductor. DCUC.August 5 8:00: Spiritual Songs and Psalms ofthe Renaissance. Sweelinck, l’Estocart, Ferrabosco,Costelley and others. Ludus Modalis. SBC.August 5 10:30pm: Late Night at Saint Brigid’s:Let me in this ae night. Baroque, folk music.Chris Norman, flutes, pipes, voice, harmonium;David Greenberg, violin, octave violin. SBC.August 6 10:00am: Musical Musings. CeciliaString Quartet; Harry Halbreich, musicologist.SJE.August 6 12:00 noon: Avec mes amis. Tournier:Danse du Moujik; Bach: Partita No.1 in B flatBWV825; Renie: Piece symphonique en triosepisodes; Debussy: Danses sacree et profanefor harp and strings, and others. Cecilia StringQuartet; Rita Costanzi, Valerie Milot, harp. SJE.August 6 12:00 noon: Musette. Chedeville:Suite from Les deffis ou l’etude amusante; Boismortier:Sonata in c Op.72 No.2; Telemann:Soave and Allegro from Duo in E; and others.Chris Norman, flutes and Scottish small pipes;Jean Cristophe Maillard, musette de cour andbaroque flute; David Greenberg, baroque violin;Marie Bouchard, harpsichord; Olivier Henchiri,cello. DCUC.August 6 3:00: Trio Magellan. Schumann:Piano Trio No.3 in g Op.110; Shostakovich:Piano Trio No.1 in c Op. 8; Brahms: Piano TrioNo. 3 in c Op. 101. SJE.August 6 7:00: Celebrating Schumann. Schumann:Adagio and Allegro for Horn and Piano,Op. 70; Gedichte der Königin Maria Stuart, Op.135; Three Romances for oboe and piano, Op 94and others. Martha Guth, soprano; Chris PedroTrakas, baritone; Lawrence Vine, horn; CharlesHamann, oboe; Erika Switzer, piano. DCUC.August 6 8:00: An Evening with Erhu: MasterGeorge Gao and his Ensemble. Gao: Two Piecesfrom the Villa, others. George Gao, erhu; ShanXiang Tu, pipa; Bill Bridges, guitar; Lew Mele,bass; Ben Riley, percussion. SBC.August 6 10:30pm: Late Night at Saint Brigid’s:Party like it’s 1784! Eybler Quartet; Michael Kelly,tenor, host. SBC.August 7 10:00am: Musical Musings. HarryHalbreich, musicologist. SJE.August 7 12:00 noon: Meet The Artist. GeorgeGao and Shan Xian Tu. PB.August 7 3:00: Songs and Ariettas. Soler: 9Canzonette Italiane; Brambilla: Two Arriettas;Rodrigo: Four Spanish songs and others. ChrisPedro Trankas, baritone; Simon Wynberg, guitar.FBC.August 7 8:00: Closing Concert: Tokyo StringQuartet. Schubert: String Quartet No.10 in E flatD.87; Bartók: String Quartet No.4; Debussy:String Quartet in g Op.10. DCUC.Peterborough Folk FestivalPeterborough, ONAugust 27-29705-874-6796www.pff.pauart.comAugust 27 7:00: PFF 2010 Gala. Canadian CanoeMuseum, 910 Monaghan Rd.,PeterboroughAugust 28 11:00am: Free Day Long Festival.Nicholls Oval/Rotary ParkAugust 28 11:00am and 5:00pm: PFF Workshops.$10/session.Prince Edward County Jazz FestivalPicton, ONAugust 13-221-877-411-4761www.pecjazz.orgAugust 13 7:30 to 10:00: Day One. Don EnglertTrio, Russ Little Quintet – Barley DaysJazz Barbecue.August 14 1:30 to 11:00: Day Two. PictonStompers, Student Jazz Ensembles, S’posin.After Hours Jam Session.August 15 12:00 noon to 8:00: Day Three.Picton Stompers Travelling Jazz Van, Dan BoneQuintet, Canadian Jazz Quartet, Sara Hamiltonand David, Mike Francis Duo, StudentEnsembles.August 17 10:00-5:00: Day Four. Student AllStars.August 18 7:30 to 10:00: Day Five. MattSmith, Rising Young Star Reunion.August 19 7:30 to 10:00: Day Six. Tania Verbeke,Matt Ray, Ellis Marsalis Quartet.August 20 5:00 to 11:00: Day Seven. ChaseSanborn, Mark Eisenman, Dan Bone, Dave Barton,Bram Gielen, Guido Basso, Sinal Aberto, LuandaJones, Scott Alexander, Brian Barlow.August 21 10:00am to 11:00pm: Day Eight.Lorne Lofsky, Bram Gielen, Dave Barton, PictonStompers, Dixie Demons Travelling Jazz Van,Student Jazz Ensembles, Jim Galloway andFriends, Russell Drago Trio, Dark Divas, RaneeLee, Dave Barton, Mark Eisenman, Scott Alexander,Brian Barlow.August 22 10:30am to 9:00: Day Nine. BrianBarlow Trio, Ranee Lee, Alex Dean, Dixie DemonsTravelling Jazz Van, Student Ensembles,Blair Yarranton Quartet, Canadian Jazz Quartet,Jenica Rayne Duo, Lorraine Desmarais Trio.Scotiabank BuskerfestTorontoAugust 26-29416-964-9095www.torontobuskerfest.comFor daily details, see Listings Section A (Torontoand GTA): August 26-29.Sound TravelsNew Adventures in Sound ArtTorontoJune 26-September 26416-652-5115www.naisa.caFor daily details see Listings Section A (Torontoand GTA): July 31, August 4-7, 13.Stewart Park FestivalPerth, ONJuly 16-18613-264-1190www.stewartparkfestival.comFree concerts in Stewart Park, Mill St.After-hours events at Stone Cellar, 71 Gore St.E.; Mexicali Rosa’s, 45 Gore St. E.; O’Reilly’s,43 Gore St. E.; Perth Restaurant, 23 Gore St. E.Admission fee for after-hours events: $10 perevent; all events.July 16 1:00 to 9:00: Day One. Andy White,Arrogant Worms, Caracol, Dave Baxter, GuthrieHouse, Jadea Kelly, Jenny Whiteley, JorgueJuly 1 - September 7, 2010 THEWHOLENOTE.COM 41

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