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Volume 15 Issue 9 - June 2010

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Green PagestheWholeNote SUMMeR 2010 SUMMeR MUSIC MUSIC GUIDE GUIDE | 2010-2011BroTT Music Festivalrants. Mary Lou Fallis and PeterTiefenbach entertain with PrimadonnaSails In!, and coach a singers’masterclass. Celebrity recitalsfeature some of Canada’s finestsingers, Susan Platts, Virginia Hatfieldand Lauren Segal. A Harvestof Song presents brilliant youngsingers, Leslie Ann Bradley, EricaIris Huang, Frank Mutya and VasilGarvanliev. Sleepers, Wake!, andSchumann in the Morning includepiano duets from Stephen Rallsand Bruce Ubukata, pianists in allconcerts.416-735-7982www.aldeburghconnection.orgBlue Bridge FesTIvalJUN 4 - 7yORk RegION, ONThe Blue Bridge Festival, a riverof music, poetry and song flowsthrough York Region beginning onLake Simcoe and flowing throughNewmarket and Unionville. Over120 acts, including opera singers,musicians, indie bands andspoken word artists will performin Galas, parades, workshops andon open stages making this festivalone of a kind. Linked by the loveof music, words and song, artistsperform and mentor during the actionpacked weekend.The Blue Bridge Festival is aunique adventure for adults andkids alike.289-470-1099www.bluebridgefestival.comBrott MusIC FestivalJUN 16 - Aug 20HAMIlTON, BurlINgTON,Muskoka, & TORONTO, ONBrott Music Festival will celebrateits 23rd season as Canada’s largestorchestral music festival and runsJune 16 to August 20, 2010. Guestartists include Jan Lisiecki, VeronicaTennant, Jonathan Crow,Denise Djokic, John Fanning, ValerieTryon, Peter Appleyard,Alexei Gulenco and guest conductorBrian Jackson. Founded bycharismatic maestro Boris Brott in1988, it features classical, jazz, recital,pops and education concertsin Hamilton, Burlington, Muskokaand Toronto. Its orchestra-in-residenceis the National Academy Orchestra,Canada’s only professionaltraining orchestra, made up ofyoung music graduates who arepaired with professionals, both onand off-stage. Subscription packagesavailable.905-525-SONG(7664)or 888-475-9377www.brottmusic.comBurlingTON’s Sound of MusicFestivalJUN 17 - 20DOWNTOWN BurlINgTON &WATERFRONT, ONBurlington’s Sound of Music Festivalis a FREE four-day summermusical extravaganza that appealsto every generation. Severalstages along Burlington’s beautifulwaterfront and downtown presenta variety of entertainment for allmusic lovers. The Festival featuresseveral music genres includingjazz, folk, pop, big band, country,blues, Latin, and children’smusic, plus the Downtown Streetfestwith street-side performersand outdoor patios! From newand emerging artists to Canadianicons and fan favourites, the Festivaloffers a musical line-up secondto none.Voted one of the Top 100 Festivalsin Ontario by Festivals and EventsOntario for the 8th consecutiveyear, Burlington’s Sound of MusicFestival puts on one of the summer’sbest shows! Join the excitementJune 17 - 20.905-333-6364www.soundofmusic.caCollINgWOOD MusIC FestivalJul 10 - Aug 7CollINgWOOD, ONCollingwood Music Festival presentsclassical and world musicin our summer program startingon July 10 with the Schulte,Domb and Turini Trio and concludeson August 7 with the DesireeTrio (Erica Goodman, CoenraadBloemendal and Desiree Till).Other performers are: Cecilia Kangand Eldon Ng, clarinet and piano,July 15; Kalimba Kalimba - Africanmusic, July 17; Tak Kwan & MelodyLaw, violin and piano, July 29; andDouglas Nadler and Keiko Yoden,flute and piano, August 5.519-599-5461www.collingwoodmusicfestival.comColOURs of MusicsEp 24 - OCT 3bARRIE, ONColours of Music – 28 performancesheld noon, 2:30 pm and 7:30pm most days, held in churchesthroughout Barrie - features choirs,orchestras, quartets, and pianistsfrom across Canada and aroundthe world: Peter Tiefenbach narratesFaçade with an array of outstandingmusicians; the AmericanHausmann String Quartet; Britain’scellist Michael Jones; Spain’sguitarist Agustin Maruri; harpistJudy Loman; clarinetist JamesCampbell; Belgian flutist MarcGrauwels; Primus Men’s Choir;Cantores Celestes women’s choir;Sinfonia Toronto; Austria’s FlatironPiano Trio; pianists StephanSylvestre and Anya Alexeyev; percussionistsBeverley Johnston andTorQ; sopranos Monica Whicherand Patricia O’Callaghan; violistRivka Golani; Polaris.705-725-1070www.coloursofmusic.caDowntown Oakville Jazz FestivalDANCAp Productions INCINAUgURAl Summer BroadwaysERIEsFOUR SeasONs CENTRE for thepERFORMINg ARTs, TORONTOThis summer, catch two of Broadway’smost stunning productionsof all time at the renowned FourSeasons Centre for the PerformingArts.From July 9 - August 1, 2010, catcha new production of Boublil andSchönberg’s MISS SAIGON starringMa-Anne Dionisio as Kim.From August 12 - September 5,2010, don’t miss the Tony Award®winningLincoln Center TheaterProduction of Rodgers & Hammerstein’sSOUTH PACIFIC.For more info and to purchasetickets:416-644-3665www.DancapTickets.comDOWNTOWN Oakville JazzFestivalAug 6 - 8lAkesHORE ROAD East fromNavy Street to AllAN Street,Oakville, ONLargely considered one of the premierjazz events in the Greater TorontoArea, the Downtown OakvilleJazz Festival enters into its18th year this August 6th - 8th,2010. The Downtown OakvilleJazz Festival is all about the ambience.Outdoor patios, great shopping,fine food and entertainmentall lend to the atmosphere. Fromgrassroots beginnings, thousandsof people now flock to Oakville toenjoy live outdoor jazz performancesfrom the finest talent. Enjoycool jazz in the hot sun at theDowntown Oakville Jazz Festival.Small Town Charm...Big TimeJazz!905-844-4520www.oakvillejazz.comElORA FestivalJul 9 - Aug 1gAMbREl Barn & vARIOUsCHURCHEs, ElORA, ONThe Elora Festival opens the 2010season on July 9th with Beethoven’scelebratory Symphony #712

Blas from the Pas!grand riverbaroqueFriday, June 18 at 7:30 pm | fireworks masquerade galaConcert & Party. grbf Soloists with NadinaMackie Jackson, Guy Few, & Norman EngelfestivalGuy Few andNadina Mackie Jackson,Artistic DirectorsThree days of baroque music, dancing, feasting and fun in thebeautiful countryside setting of Ayr, Ontario – 20 minutes southof Kitchener.Saturday, June 19 at 1 pm | four seasons Vivaldi & Piazzolla.grbf Soloists with Aisslinn NoskySaturday, June 19 at 3 pm | fermate il passo Viva BiancaLuna Biffi,voice & violetta bastardaSaturday, June 19 at 8pm | big band baroquegrbf Big Band with Jean Stillwell,Guy Few, and Terry McKennaSunday, June 20 at 1pm | feast and fencing grbf Soloistswith Nadina Mackie Jackson, Guy Few,Mathieu Lussier, Christina Zacharias, JulieBaumgartel, and fencing demonstrations.Come for the weekend and save!festival pass 0includes all five concerts, Saturday evening churchsupper and Sunday picnic box lunchphotography by larry kryskigrbf.caor call 519-498-7332

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