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Volume 15 Issue 6 - March 2010

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make music your destinationwww.lakefi eldmusic.caAug 1-8 Jazz/WorldAug 8-15 Classical/ChamberStretch your skills and refresh your solo and ensemble playing.Only 5 for an immersive week of learning in the Kawarthas!camp for adults and familiesformerly CAMMAC Ontario Music Centre SCREENINGS• Mar 06 1:00: Metropolitan Opera. DerRosenkavalier (encore performance). R.Strauss. Cineplex Odeon Theatres throughoutthe GTA. 1-800-333-0061.• Mar 13 1:00: Metropolitan Opera.Carmen (encore performance). Bizet.Cineplex Odeon Theatres throughout theGTA. 1-800-333-0061.• Mar 20 1:00: Metropolitan Opera. SimonBoccanegra (encore performance). Verdi.Cineplex Odeon Theatres throughout theGTA. 1-800-333-0061.• Mar 27 1:00: Metropolitan Opera.Hamlet. Thomas. Cineplex Odeon Theatresthroughout the GTA. 1-800-333-0061.WORKSHOPS• Mar 07 1:30: TEMPO Workshop. TobieMiller, recorder and hurdy-gurdy. LansingUnited Church, 49 Bogert Ave. 416-537-3733.• Mar 20 1:00: North York CentralLibrary. How to Understand ClassicalMusic. Learn about the Orchestra, its instrumentsand music. Danielle Lisboa, AssistantConductor of Orchestra Toronto, presenter.NYCL Auditorium. 5120 Yonge St., 416-395-5639.ALEXANDER KATS (416) 340-1844alexander.kats@sympatico.ca 50 WWW.THEWHOLENOTE.COMMarch 1 - April 7, 2010

INSTRUCTIONBEAUTY OF SINGING: The developmentof professional singing. Prepare for exams.My students are winners of differentrenowned competitions. Sing for yourpleasure and have the pleasure to sing.Natalia Palatnic 416-454-0097 (Maple –Across from Wonderland)DRUM LESSONS: Percussionist NickCoulter is now accepting new students.Visit www.nickcoulter.ca for moreinformation. Call 647-210-1710.FLORENCE MALTESE, internationalmezzo-soprano is now resuming herteaching and singing career. Downtownlocation – coaching in languages,repertoire development and technique.416-923-3428FLUTE, PIANO, THEORY LESSONS:RCM exam preparation. Samantha Chang,Royal Academy of Music PGDip, LRAM,ARCT. 416-293-1302, samantha.studio@gmail.com www.samanthaflute.comSINGING LESSONS VOICE REPAIR:Acclaimed European Tenor Voice-Researcher (30 years experience).Non-surgical voice rehabilitation. Clientsinclude renowned singers and actors.Call: 416-238-3585THEORY, SIGHTSINGING, PIANO (jazzand classical), EAR TRAINING. All grades,all ages, RCM exam prep (piano, rudiments,harmony, history, counterpoint) Easy andeffective methods! Peter Ness, ARCT, 416-767-9747, peternessmusic@rogers.comTHEORY TUTORING: All levels ofrudiments, harmony and analysis, clearand thorough practice, by Theory &Composition Major at U. of WesternOnt., Matthew Havas Stainton,mhstainton@hotmail.com, 416-690-8345VOCAL LESSONS: Jennie Such isaccepting new students. Call 416-778-8239 for rates. www.jenniesuch.com80 Acadia Avenue,Unit 309,Markham ON L3R 9V1CLASSIFIED ADVERTISINGFOR SALE1981 Heintzman 6’ D model grandpiano. Near showroom condition. Oneof the last Heintzman grand pianosbuilt. Full appraisal available uponrequest. Contact: Rachel Oldfield at416-485-4699 or email racheloldfield@starmaker.caMUSICIANS AVAILABLEACCOMPANIST AVAILABLE for RCMExaminations, auditions, etc. Grade XRCMT. Downtown Toronto - /hr - emailbill_lav2@yahoo.caBARD – EARLY MUSIC DUO playingrecorder and virginal available to providebackground atmosphere for teas,receptions or other functions – greaterToronto area. For rates and info call905-722-5618 or email us at mhpape@interhop.netMUSICIANS WANTEDALTO SECTION LEAD/SOLOIST:Thur 7:30-9:30, Sun 10:00-11:30 +4 Concerts Per Call Rate of for2010. The church has a strong musictradition. Send letter, resume and 2references c/o Kelly Galbraith, MusicDirector. See website for full details.Royal York Road United Church, 851Royal York Road, Toronto, ON M8Y 2V3Phone: 416-231-9401, Fax 416-231-3188 Email:ryrchurch@rogers.com Web:www.royalyorkroadunited.caSalesViolin Viola Cello BowsString accessoriesMusic sheetsRepair and RentalProfessional violin maker andrepairer for over fieen years.Good quality guaranteed.String instrument rental serviceCOUNTERPOINT COMMUNITYORCHESTRA needs volunteermusicians. Monday evening rehearsals.Concerts (March 6 & June 5). Allsections, esp. violins, tuba. Terry 416-828-8023 or info@ccorchestra.org -web: http://www.ccorchestra.orgEXPERIENCED CHORAL DIRECTOR foradult/youth choirs. Must be comfortablewith traditional and contemporary musicand able to work collaboratively withorganist, ministerial staff and choristersof all ages and abilities. 15-18 hours/week. Send resume to Chair, Choral DirectorSearch Group, First United Church, 151Lakeshore Road West, Mississauga, ONL5H 1G3 Email:choraldirectorsearch@firstportcredit.comIMMEDIATE OPENING for a guitar/pianoteacher at our private school. Teachingexperience and professional qualificationsrequired. In future we are also interested inviolin, voice teachers. Contact person: Nick647-262-3109, t_musicacademy@yahoo.com www.ThorncrestMusicAcademy.comVOCALISTS & MUSICIANS WANTEDfor charitable fundraising projects.Saxophones / Trumpets / Trombones/ Guitar / Piano / Bass / Drums www.sheratoncadwell.com 416-712-2555.SERVICESACCOUNTING AND INCOME TAXSERVICE for small business andPhilharmonic Music Ltd.SchoolPrivate lessons and examspreparaon for:Violin Viola Cello BassPiano Guitar Flute TheoryQuartet OrchestralAll teachers are qualified andexperienced.905-784-2028 www.philharmoniccanada.comindividuals, to save you time and money,customized to meet your needs. NormPulker, B. Math. CMA. 905-251-0309 or905-830-2985.The PERFORMING EDGE Performanceenhancement training in tensionmanagement, concentration, goalsetting, imagery. Individualized to meetyour performance situation. Kate F.Hays, practising clinical and performingarts psychology. 416-961-0487, www.theperformingedge.comSPIRITUAL DEVELOPMENT & HEALING:Lucid Dreaming. Freedom. Enlightenment.Private lessons on the phone. In Her Name:416-410-3522VENUESARE YOU PLANNING A CONCERT orrecital? Looking for a venue? ConsiderBloor Street United Church. Phone:416-924-7439 x22 Email: tina@bloorstreetunited.orgREHEARSE OR PERFORM IN A BRANDNEW FACILITY Lawrence Park CommunityChurch offers excellent performanceand rehearsal spaces, for groups fromsmall (an intimate music studio) tolarge (performance space with flexibleseating capacity of 425) in our newlyrenovated facility. Ample free parkingavailable. TTC. Geothermally heated andair conditioned! For information contactRene Bignell, 416-489-1551 or email:rene@lawrenceparkchurch.ca www.lawrenceparkchurch.caAMOROSONew & UsedCDs Vinyl Records DVDsCLASSICAL OPERA JAZZWORLD BLUES R & B AUDIOPHILEROCK SOUNDTRACK COLLECTABLESWe pay top $$$ for yourCLASSICAL & JAZZ COLLECTIONS4 St.Patrick (at Queen near Osgoode station)www.amorosomusic.com 416-591-131309|10PRESENTS11 WORKSHOPSLECTURESDEMONSTRATIONSYOUNG COMPOSERS | STRING QUARTET FOR COMPOSERSGAMELAN | GLASS ORCHESTRA | EXPERIMENTALNON-WESTERN | CLARINET | VIOLIN | PERCUSSIONwww.arraymusic.comQuality Audio Recording Servicesfor Classical and Acoustic Music647 349 6467lockwood.frank@gmail.comwww.LockwoodARS.com March 1 - April 7, 2010 WWW.THEWHOLENOTE.COM 51

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