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Volume 15 Issue 10 - July/August 2010

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August 6 & 7 1:00: Harbourfront Centre. TheArt and Craft of the Stringed Instrument. Participantscan see how stringed instruments havechanged with classical traditions around theworld and make their very own to play alongsideother musicians and at home. Harbourkids Zone,Children'sPianoLessonsFriendly, approachable -and strict!Liz Parker416.544.1803liz.parker@rogers.comQueen/Bathurst235 Queen’s Quay W. 416-973-4000. Free.August 16-20: New Adventures in Sound Art.Making Art with Sound. NAISA is inviting youthaged 15-18 to create art entirely with sound,radio, electronics, and/or performance throughexploration according to their own individual interests.All equipment will be provided by NewAdventures in Sound Art and no experience isnecessary. Artscape Wychwood Barns, 601Christie St, Studio No.252. 416-652-5115. .ALEXANDER KATSSINGERS WELCOMEAmateur & ProfessionalAuditions for 2010/11 Season:• •Welcome Yule• •Handel’s Messiah• •Gala CabaretDavid J. KingCONDUCTORSUMMER SIGHT-SINGING & VOCAL TECHNIQUE CLASSESwww.allthekingsvoices.ca 416 225 2255A rst class Russian-trainedconcert pianist/teacheris accepting students forregular private lessons orrepertoire coaching, fromadvanced (ARCT, university) toall grades of RCM (includingtheory requirements)Call: (416) 340-1844alexander.kats@sympatico.ca80 Acadia Avenue, Unit 309, Markham ON L3R 9V1SalesViolin Viola Cello BowsString accessoriesMusic sheetsRepair and RentalProfessional violin maker andrepairer for over fifteen years.Good quality guaranteed.String instrument rental servicePhilharmonic Music Ltd.SchoolPrivate lessons and examspreparation for:Violin Viola Cello BassPiano Guitar Flute TheoryQuartet OrchestralAll teachers are qualified andexperienced.905-784-2028 www.philharmoniccanada.com48 THEWHOLENOTE.COMJuly 1 - September 7, 2010

INSTRUCTIONBEAUTY OF SINGING: The developmentof professional singing. Prepare for exams.My students are winners of different renownedcompetitions. Sing for your pleasureand have the pleasure to sing. NataliaPalatnic 416-454-0097 (Maple – Acrossfrom Wonderland)CONCERT PIANIST EVE EGOYAN(www.eveegoyan.com) offers lessons tocommitted musicians - advanced players aswell as returning adults (emu@interlog.comor 416-894-6344)FLUTE, PIANO, THEORY LESSONS: RCMexam preparation. Samantha Chang, RoyalAcademy of Music PGDip, LRAM, ARCT. 416-293-1302, samantha.studio@gmail.com www.samanthaflute.comPIANO TEACHER, ACCOMPANIST, is acceptingstudents for piano/theory lessons, accompaniment,vocal coaching. All RCM gradesto university. 416-226-3002evgenia.r@rogers.comSINGING, a martial art. Call Johanne416- 461-8425SINGING LESSONS. Experienced and professionalover 20 years. (EQUITY, ACTRA).Classical, Music Theatre. Jazz, Gospel. Auditions,Competitions, RCM exams. DeniseWilliams (416) 588-5845THEORY, SIGHTSINGING, PIANO (jazz andclassical), EAR TRAINING . All grades, all ages,RCM exam prep (piano, rudiments, harmony, history,counterpoint) Easy and effective methods!Peter Ness, ARCT, 416-767-9747,peternessmusic@rogers.comTeacher in the house?Maybe not. But there certainly isin Marketplace.thewholenote.comClassified AdvertisingVIOLIN LESSONS Have fun learning violin!European teacher - 37 years experience. Individualand group lessons for children and adults.Register now for September and receive onemonth free. (offer expires August 1, 2010) ContactNelly Dios at 416-323-3481FOR SALEHistoric German AUGUST FORSTER 7’Grand Piano for sale - was professionallyassessed by Jamie Paddon, certified PianoTechnician, and appraised at ,000. Shehad this to say: “This instrument is almost100 years old. When refurbished, it will bea superior instrument and more valuablethan most new pianos sold today.” I am offeringit for ,000 - or alternatively for,000 ‘as is’. It plays well and the assessmentinformation can be applied forfuture restoration. Call 416-654-8943 oremail heidemarie@spiritualhealingsanctuary.com to requestphotos and more information.YAMAHA STUDIO PIANO: (44” x 49”); madein Japan; polished ebony; excellent tone andtouch; bench included. Asking ,800.00. Call705-739-1017.MUSICIANS AVAILABLEBARD – EARLY MUSIC DUO playing recorderand virginal available to provide backgroundatmosphere for teas, receptions or other functions– greater Toronto area. For rates and infocall 905-722-5618 or email us at mhpape@interhop.netMUSICIANS WANTEDALL CALL for AUDITIONS! ALL sectionsbut especially STRINGS! August 28-29 @RH Centre for Performing Arts. For moreinfo and materials www.rhpo.caTHEclaimvoiceSTUD OSSue Crowe ConnollyMUSICIANS WANTED New professionalorchestra in the European tradition forming.Toronto based. Please send resume & supportingmaterials to dellafigura@gmail.comORGANIST/MUSIC DIRECTOR St. Paul’sUxbridge is looking for a Music Director who iscompetent on our Phoenix Digital three manualorgan and can work with choirs and other musiciansin our congregation. Position begins Sept.2010. More information: www.stpauls-uxbridge.ca.Send resumes to the attention of theMusic Director Interview Committee atbbeveridge@powergate.ca or St. Paul’s Uxbridge,P.O. Box 673, Uxbridge, ON. L9P 1N1ORGANIST/PIANIST/CHOIR DIRECTORwanted for Presteign-Woodbine United Church,16 Presteign Ave, Toronto M4B 3A8 effectiveAug 01’10. Please send resume to Churchor by e-mail at presteignwoodbineunitedchu@bellnet.caPIANIST/ACCOMPANIST/COACH requiredfor community based opera group. /hour for9-hour week; evenings only. Good sight-readingrequired. Tasks include coaching singers, accompanyingchorus and stage rehearsals, andplaying full opera performances. For more informationand to book an interview, call 416 8780573, or e-mail adesantis@rogers.com.SILVERTHORN SYMPHONIC WINDS,a high level, auditioned wind ensemble,seeks instrumentalists to join us for the2010/2011 season. Rehearsals Tuesdays inthe Dufferin/Steeles area.Call 416-271-2389 or email membership@silverthornsymphonicwinds.caST. VINCENT DE PAUL CHURCH on Roncesvalles,served by the Fathers of the Oratory,is seeking a section lead, Tenor orCountertenor. Email: laetatussum@gmail.com or call: 416-535-7646Organic and functional vocaltraining to gain access to your fullrange, resonance and vocal freedom.For singers, public speakers,teachers, clergy, or if you just wantto enjoy using your voice.Hamilton Studio 905-544-1302Toronto Studio 416-523-1154email:info@cyvstudios.ca www.cyvstudios.caWant to sing???As Loge in Rheingold atENO and Seattle Opera.Émile Belcourt91 Waverley Road416.693.2624emilebelcourt@hotmail.comVOCALISTS & MUSICIANS WANTED forcharitable fundraising projects. Saxophones/ Trumpets / Trombones / Guitar / Piano /Bass / Drums 416-712-2555www.sheratoncadwell.comSERVICESACCOUNTING AND INCOME TAX SERVICEfor small business and individuals, to saveyou time and money, customized to meet yourneeds. Norm Pulker, B. Math. CMA. 905-251-0309 or 905-830-2985.The PERFORMING EDGE Performance enhancementtraining in tension management,concentration, goal setting, imagery. Individualizedto meet your performance situation.Kate F. Hays, practising clinical andperforming arts psychology. 416-961-0487,www.theperformingedge.comVENUESARE YOU PLANNING A CONCERT or recital?Looking for a venue? Consider Bloor StreetUnited Church. Phone: 416-924-7439 x22Email: tina@bloorstreetunited.orgREHEARSE OR PERFORM IN A BRAND NEWFACILITY Lawrence Park Community Churchoffers excellent performance and rehearsalspaces, for groups from small (an intimatemusic studio) to large (performance space withflexible seating capacity of 425) in our newlyrenovated facility. Ample free parking available.TTC. Geothermally heated and air conditioned!For information contact Rene Bignell, 416-489-1551 or email: rene@lawrenceparkchurch.cawww.lawrenceparkchurch.caVOICE TEACHERDenise Williams20 years’ experienceAll styles: classical, music theatre,gospel, jazz etc. Audition preparation,competitions, RCM exams (416) 588-5845www.denisewilliamssoprano.comwww.nostringstheatre.comJuly 1 - September 7, 2010 THEWHOLENOTE.COM 49

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