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Volume 15 Issue 9 - June 2010

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No Strings

No Strings TheatrePRESENTSLes Misérables®School EditionPerformed entirely by students.A musical by ALAIN BOUBLIL andCLAUDE-MICHEL SCHONBERG.School Edition speciallyadapted and licensed byMUSIC THEATRE INTERNATIONALand CAMERON MAKINTOSH.Show Dates:July 29 - 7:30 pmJuly 30 - 7:30 pmJuly 31 - 1:30 pm & 7:30 pmAl Green Theatre750 Spadina (at Bloor)For ticket informationor program details visitWWW.NOSTRINGSTHEATRE.COMor Call 416-588-5845 EXT 1Registration for SummerIntensive still open, ages 13 - 21Deadline June 15, 2010ANNOUNCEMENTSJune 3 6:00: Opera Atelier. CostumeRunway Event. This event, hosted by OperaAtelier co-artistic director Marshall Pynkoskishowcases 20 costumes from productionsspanning across the company’s 25-year history.All Canadian Self-Storage, 1 Laird Dr.416-703-3767 x26/416-277-1446. .June 4 & 5: 1:00 to 5:00: Opera Atelier.Costume Sale. Purchase costumes frommore than 30 opera productions, such asDon Giovanni, The Marriage of Figaro, Didoand Aeneas, Iphigénie en Tauride and Persée.All Canadian Self-Storage, 1 Laird Dr. 416-703-3767.June 6 10:30am: Kingston SymphonyAssociation. 2010 Beat Beethoven Run.Complete the 4 km walk/fun run or 8 kmrace before the Kingston Symphony finishesplaying 50 minutes of Beethoven’s music.Confederation Park, Kingston. 613-546-9729. Free.June 17 & June 22 1:00 to 4:00 & 6:00 to8:00: Kingsway Conservatory of Music.The Halls are Alive! Musical “open house”with studio tours, refreshments, informationand registration for private lessons (piano,voice, guitar, strings, winds, drums) andgroup programs (Glee Club, early childhoodmusicianship, orchestra, choir, drum circle)for all ages. 2848 Bloor St. W. 416-234-0121. Free.June 26 10:00am to 2:00: ORMTA CentralToronto Branch. Sale of Used Music. St.John’s Norway Anglican Church, 470 WoodbineAve. 416-694-5969.LECTURES/SYMPOSIAJune 7 7:30: Soundstreams. Salon 21:Fanfare Project. The fanfare is the universalsymbol of ceremony, ritual, and celebrationfound in cultures all over the world. Theevening will feature a performance of RobertJohnson’s Majestic Fanfare in E Flat Major– the winning fanfare of the Soundstreams/Luminato YouTube Fanfare Competition.Gardiner Museum, 111 Queen’s Park. 416-504-1282. Free (registration required).June 25 6:00: TD Toronto Jazz Festival.Talkback Series: Norman Richmond. Jazz.D. Announcements Et CeteraFM91 Broadcast Centre, Nathan PhillipsSquare, 100 Queen St. W. 416-928-2033.Free.June 26 6:00: TD Toronto Jazz Festival.Talkback Series: Brandi Disterheft. SeeJune 25.Sat Jun 27 6:00: TD Toronto Jazz Festival.Talkback Series: Richard Flohil. SeeJune 25.June 28 6:00: TD Toronto Jazz Festival.Talkback Series: Rich Brown. See June 25.June 29 6:00: TD Toronto Jazz Festival.Talkback Series: Brownman. See June 25.June 30 6:00: TD Toronto Jazz Festival.Talkback Series: Danny Marks. See June 25.July 1 6:00: TD Toronto Jazz Festival.Talkback Series: Nadine McNulty. SeeJune 25.July 2 6:00: TD Toronto Jazz Festival.Talkback Series: Mike Daley. See June 25.MASTERCLASSESJune 6, 13 and July 3: 2:00 to 5:00: SingingStudio of Deborah Staiman. Masterclassin musical theatre/audition preparation.Textual analysis and other interpretativetools for the “sung monologue.” Yonge& Eglinton area – please call for exactlocation. 416-483-9532.July 5, 6, 7 and beyond: David J. King.Summer Sight-Singing and Vocal TechniqueClasses. Improve your musical reading andvocal/choral skills in an entertaining andeducational environment . Beginner, intermediateand advanced levels. 416-225-2255..SCREENINGSJune 29 7:00: TD Toronto Jazz Festival.Dave Douglas and Keystone – Spark of Being.A Film by Bill Morrison. Enwave Theatre,Harbourfront Centre. 416-973-4000. .ALEXANDER KATSA 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.ca44 thewholenote.comJune 1 - July 7, 2010

WORKSHOPSJune 2 6:30: Kingsway Conservatory of Music. OpenRehearsal. Kingsway Children’s Choir and Drum Circle.2848 Bloor St. W. 416-234-0121. Rsvp.June 6 4:00: Kingsway Conservatory of Music. JuniorJazz in Action. An interactive ‘jazz immersion’ workshop/performance event for young jazz students and older jazzfans. 2848 Bloor St. W. 416-234-0121. Free (call to preregister).June 12 1:00 to 4:00 pm: Patrick Graham. FrameDrumming Workshop. “Lap-style” and “Mediterrasian Tambourine.”Music Room in High Park, 163 Clendenan Ave.416-604-4868. (call to reserve).June 13 2:00: Choirs Ontario. Oulainen Youth ChoirWorkshop. Agricola Lutheran Church. 25 Old York Mills Rd.416-923-1144. $15.June 16 1:00 to 5:30: International Women’s BrassConference. Wednesday’s Wonders. Meet the artists; Scientificapproach to selecting the correct equipment, withBrian Scriver; Brass Ensembles; Orchestral Auditions; andother events. Humber College, 3199 Lakeshore Blvd. W.416-259-8116. , if available.Professional and HomeJune 17 9:00am to 5:30: International Women’s BrassConference. Thursday’s Thrills. You are your instrument;The new reality of music; Starting at the Beginning; Historyof Women Brass Players; Injury Prevention and Recovery;2:30: Lisana Allemano, jazz clinic; and other events. HumberCollege, 3199 Lakeshore Blvd. W. 416-259-8116. ,if available.June 18 9:00am to 5:30: International Women’s BrassConference. Friday’s Fun. You are your instrument; Goalsetting; Life in the military; Composer panel, Women trombonists;and other events. Humber College, 3199 LakeshoreBlvd. W. 416-259-8116. , if available.June 19 9:00am to 5:30: International Women’s BrassConference. Saturday Sizzles. A career at the top; Eclecticenergy; Jazz tactics; Being a freelancer; Brass Olympics(Tuba Toss, Horn Bell Frisbee Throw, Trumpet Pin Game,Trombone Balance Competition); and other events. HumberCollege, 3199 Lakeshore Blvd. W. 416-259-8116. , ifavailable.June 20 10:30am to 1:30: International Women’s BrassConference. Sunday’s Sensations. Meet the Artists.Humber College, 3199 Lakeshore Blvd. W. 416-259-8116., if available.VOICE TEACHERDenise WilliamsclaimvoiceSTUD OS20 years’ experienceAll styles: classical, music theatre,gospel, jazz etc. Audition preparation,competitions, RCM exams (416) 588-5845www.denisewilliamssoprano.comwww.nostringstheatre.comOrganic 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.Sue Crowe ConnollyHamilton Studio 905-544-1302Toronto Studio 416-523-1154email:info@cyvstudios.ca www.cyvstudios.caJune 20 11:30, 1:30, 3:00: Tafelmusik. Creative ScienceSunday Workshop. An exploration of baroque music andinstruments. Ontario Science Centre. 770 Don Mills Rd.416-696-1000. Free with admission to Science Centre.July 5-9 10:00am to 4:00: Canadian Dalcroze Society.Eurythmics, Solfège and Improvisation. Donald Himes andCheng-Feng Lin. 1971 Queen St. E., Suite 202. 416-979-2392. 5; 0(students). Participation limited to 12students.June 5 to 9 10:00am to 4:00: Canadian Opera Company.Summer Youth Intensive. Joey and Toby Tanenbaum OperaCentre, 227 Front St. E. 416-306-2392. $150.MarketPlace: Education, Health, Professional and Home Want to sing???As Loge in Rheingold atENO and Seattle Opera.Émile Belcourt91 Waverley Road416.693.2624emilebelcourt@hotmail.comsonsocal beautyadwayea.com-4502backsplit classical soundsuperbly Children'sengineered recordingsconcert hall quality9ft Steinway Pianoaudio & Lessonsvideo demosfull CD productioncompetitive Friendly, ratesapproachable -416-461-0635 and strict!www.classicalsound.caLiz Parker416.544.1803liz.parker@rogers.comQueen/Bathurst80 Acadia Avenue, Unit 309, Markham ON L3R 9V1Singing LessonsPhilharmonic Music Ltd.SalesSing with technical ease School and vocal beautyViolin Viola Opera Cello Bows – Pops Private – Broadway lessons and examsString accessoriespreparation for:Music sheets www.JanetCatherineDea.comViolin Viola Cello BassRepair and Rental Piano Guitar Flute Theorycall now: (416) 429-4502Professional violin maker and Quartet Orchestralrepairer for over fifteen years. All teachers are qualified andGood quality guaranteed. experienced.String instrument rental service905-784-2028 www.philharmoniccanada.comAmateur or Student -all levels, Callages!CallAmateur or Student -all levels, Callages!Call Cheeses from around the world,meats, groceries, dry goodsgift baskets...Everything Call you needPASQUALE BROS. “Quality since 1917”SalesViolin Viola Cello BowsPhilharmonic Music Ltd.SchoolPrivate lessons and examsJune 1 - July 7, 2010 thewholenote.com 45, Markham ON L3R 9V1

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