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Volume 16 Issue 10 - July/August 2011

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3:00: James Keelaghan; Garnet Rogers; ArianaGillis4:30: The Acorn; Basia Bulat; Eddie JeanveauSouth Stage:12:00: Basia Bulat; Emm Gryner; Ariana Gillis1:30: Adventures in Solitude with Grant Lawrence;Eddie Jeanveau; Marty Kolls; Sam Taylor3:00: Great Canadian Haiku Project with EmmGryner; Hawksley Workman; Royal Wood; CatherineMcInnes4:30: Harlan PepperJuly 16 – Kiwanis Bandshell EveningConcert:6:00: Dwayne Côté and Duane Andrews6:45: Ariana Gillis7:45: James Keelaghan8:45: Emm Gryner9:45: Hawksley WorkmanJuly 17 – Afternoon Workshops:North Stage:12:00: James Keelaghan; The Laws; ArianaGillis1:30: New Cumberland; The Laws3:00: New Cumberland; Shane Cook4:30: Pow-wow with NaahiiCentre Stage:12:00: Fanshawe Music Industry ArtsShowcases1:30: Dan Manganan Pepper3:00: The Acorn4:30: Sarah Harmer; Dan Mangan; Marty Kolls;Ariana GillisSouth Stage:12:00: Acoustic Spotlight showcases1:30: Aboriginal Blues with Robbie Antone’sBlues Machine3:00: Bernie Gilmore; Rick Taylor; GarnetRogers4:30: Bernie Gilmore; Rick Taylor; JamesKeelaghanJuly 17 – Kiwanis Bandshell EveningConcert:6:00: The Laws6:40: Craft Awards6:50: Shane Cook7:30: Garnet RogersHuntsville Festival of the ArtsHuntsville, ONJune 30 – August 241-866-663-2787 or 705-788-2787www.huntsvillefestival.on.caAll concerts held at Algonquin Theatre, 37 MainStreet East.To purchase tickets: 705-789-4975July 2 8:00: Arvel Bird. Native American flute& fiddle. -.July 7 8:00: Downchild Blues Band. -.July 8 8:00: An Evening with Margaret Trudeau.-.July 9 8:00: Hawksley Workman. Alternativerock. -.July 14 2:00: George Canyon. Country.-.July 15 8:00: Steven Page. Barenaked Ladiesand solo pop hits. -.July 16 8:00: Mykola Suk. Classical piano recital.-.July 17 7:30: Wingfield’s Progress. A play byWalt Wingfield. .July 21 8:00: Serena Ryder. -.July 22 8:00: Oliver Jones. Jazz piano icon.-.July 23 2:00: Crash Test Dummies. Pop-rock.A. Summer Festivals-.July 28 8:00: Luis Mario Ochoa Cuban Quintet.Latin Cuban rhythms. -.July 29 8:00: Toronto All-Star Big Band. 30’sand 40’s Big Band Hits. -.July 30 8:00: Phil Nimmons & David Braid.Jazz improvisation. -.August 4 8:00: Caladh Nua. Irish band.-.August 11 8:00: Don Ross. Fingerstyle guitar.-.August 13 8:00: Jimmy Rankin. Celtic, popand traditional. -.August 18 8:00: Jesse Cook. World guitarrhythms. -.August 24 8:00: LIGHTS. Electro-pop singersongwriter..Indian River FestivalIndian River, PEIJune 12 – September 181-866-856-3733www.indianriverfestival.comAll concerts held at St. Mary’s Church, 1374Route 104, Indian River, PEI.July 3 7:30: Carmina Burana Choral Spectacular.; (sr/st).July 8 7:30: Marie-Josée Lord, soprano, andRobert Kortgaard, piano. ; (sr/st).July 10 7:30: “You’re a Good Man, CharlieBrown.” .July 15 7:30: Laila Biali Jazz Trio. ; (sr/st).July 17 3:00: Lucas Porter, piano. .July 17 7:30: Musica Intima. ; (sr/st).July 22 7:30: Rose Cousins and Brooke Miller.; (sr/st).July 24 7:30: James Hill and Anne Davisonwith Gordie MacKeeman and His Rhythm Boys.; (sr/st).July 29 7:30: Midsummer Magic: MediterraneanAdventure. Adrianne Pieczonka, soprano;Laura Tucker, mezzo; Madawaska String Quartet;Peter Tiefenbach, piano; Robert Kortgaard,piano. ; (sr/st). Also July 30, 31. Themevaries each night.July 30 7:30: Midsummer Magic: SaturdayNight at the Opera. See July 29.July 31 7:30: Midsummer Magic: Love is MyReason. See July 29.August 5 7:30: Monica Whicher, soprano, andJudy Loman, harp. ; (sr/st).August 6 TBA: Harp and Voice workshops withMonica Whicher and Judy Loman. $TBA.August 7 7:30: The Abrams Brothers and theSaddle River String Band. ; (sr/st).August 12 7:30: Ron Hynes. ; (sr/st).August 14 7:30: Cantabile: Comedy and Classicsin 4-part Harmony. ; (sr/st).August 19 7:30: Angèle Arsenault and Friends.; (sr/st).August 20 7:30: Island Ceilidh with Ivan andVivian Hicks. .August 21 7:30: Rankin, Church and Crowe.; (sr/st).August 26 7:30: Classical French Soirèe withNathalie Paulin, soprano and Trio Arkaede. ;(sr/st).August 28 7:30: “Come Home to the Island” -Meaghan Blanchard, Richard Wood and GordonBelsher. ; (sr/st).Investors GroupThursday Night Concert SeriesBrampton, ONJune 2 – August 25905-874-2936www.bramptonconcertband.comKaslo Jazz Etc. Summer FestivalKaslo, BCJuly 29 – July 31250-353-7577www.kaslojazzfest.comKincardine Summer Music FestivalKincardine, ONJuly 31 – August 13519-396-9716www.ksmf.caLe Domaine ForgetSaint-Irénée, PQMay 26 – September 3418-452-3535www.domaineforget.comLeith Summer FestivalLeith, ONJuly 2 – August 27519-371-5308 or 519-376-1924www.leithfestival.caAll concerts held at Leith Church, 419134 TomThomson Lane, Leith.Five Concert Series Pass: 10.July 2 7:30: Gryphon Trio. ; (st withID).July 16 7:30: Songs for a Summer’s Eve. LauraTucker, mezzo; Robert Kortgaard, piano. ;(st with ID).July 30 7:30: Bremen String Quartet. AnitaWalsh, violin; Lance Ouellette, violin; JudithDavenport, viola; Cathy Anderson, cello. ;(st with ID).August 13 7:30: Magical Moments. Anne-Julie Caron, marimba; Marc Djokic, violin. ;(st with ID).August 27 7:30: Some Enchanted Evening.Monica Whicher, soprano; Judy Loman, harp.; (st with ID).Little Lake MusicfestPeterborough, ONJune 25 – August 31705-755-1111www.littlelakemusicfest.caLive from the Rock FestivalRed Rock, ONAugust 5 – August 7807-344-4021www.livefromtherock.comWeekend Pass: /(adv); (sr/st)/(adv); $10(child)Day Pass: ; (sr/st); (child)Camping Pass: /person for the weekend;free(under 12). There are four daytime workshopstages during the festival. For details see website.August 5 5:30–Midnight: (45 minute sets)Don Charbonneau, Maria Dunn, The Brights, HarlanPepper, Kevin Breit, Connie Kaldor, Jack deKeyser, Alaska Army Band.August 6 5:30–Midnight: (45 minute sets)Allison Brown, The Laws, Amanda Rheaume,Rob Lutes, Shane Philip, Shy-Anne Hovorka &Band, Jaron Freeman-Fox & The Opposite ofEverything, Dr. Buck & the Bluebangers.August 7 2:00–5:30: (45 minute sets)Andrew Queen, Baardman & Israel, CherylWheeler, Oh My Darling.Lunenburg Folk Harbour FestivalLunenburg, NSAugust 4 – August 7902-634-3180www.folkharbour.comMariposa Folk FestivalOrillia, ONJuly 8 – July 10705-326-3655www.mariposafolk.comMarkham Jazz FestivalMarkham and Unionville, ONAugust 19 – August 21905-471-JAZZ (5299)www.markhamjazzfestival.comFestival held at FREE outdoor stages located on,or around, Main Street, Unionville, except forAugust 19 Gala Concert.August 19 8:00: Gala Concert Double Bill: BillCharlap, piano; Gretchen Parlato, vocals, andher Trio. Markham Theatre, 171 Town CentreBlvd., Markham. 905-305-7469. .August 19 – Millennium Bandstand:7:00: Jazz.FM All-Stars.8:30: Samba Squad with Lester McLean, saxophone,and Luanda Jones, vocals.August 20 – Millennium Bandstand:1:00: Laila Biali Trio.3:00: TBD.5:00: Jazz Tribute to the Music of John Lennon.7:00: Johnny Max Band.9:00: Jeff Coffin Mutet.August 20 – Varley Patio Stage:1:00: Suzie Vinnick.3:30: Three Metre Day with Rob Dooke andHugh Marsh.5:30: John Nugent and Dawn Thomson Quartet.August 20 – McKay Stage (with winegarden):12:30: Montuno Police.2:30: Aline Morales.4:30: TBA.August 21 – Millennium Bandstand:1:00: Chris Tarry and Pete McCann Quartet.3:00: TBA.5:00: Kellylee Evans.August 21 – Varley Patio Stage:12:30: Scott Marshall Quartet.2:30: Lal.4:30: Ernesto Cervini Quartet featuring JoelHaynes.August 21 – McKay Stage (with winegarden):12:00 noon: Elmer Ferrer.2:00: Luanda Jones.4:00: Minor Empire.Midland’s Summer SerenadeMidland, ONJuly 7 – August 11705-528-0521www.brooksidemusic.comAll concerts held at St. Paul’s United Church,308 King Street, Midland.Ticket prices for all concerts: ; (children).July 7 8:00: Anagnoson & Kinton piano duo.July 14 8:00: The Gryphon Trio.July 21 8:00: Anton Kuerti, piano.July 28 8:00: The Toronto Consort: The PerfectAmbassador.August 4 8:00: Guy & Nadina, trumpet and34 thewholenote.comJuly 1–September 7, 2011

assoon.August 11 8:00: French & Thompson, pianoand soprano.Mill-Race Festivalof Traditional Folk MusicCambridge, ONJuly 29 – July 31519-621-7135www.millracefolksociety.comFestival held in historic Downtown Galt (Cambridge),and features traditional folk music anddance from various world cultures. Festival offersdaytime workshop stages, children’s programming,evening concerts, pub sessions andsingarounds. This year’s line-up of over 20 concertsincludes The Good Right Arm Stringband;Bon debarras; Bob MacLean; and many others.UK performers include Tattie Jam; Jim Mageean& Graeme Knights; and Mary Humphreys & Anahata.FREE admission.Miramichi Folksong FestivalMiramichi, NBJuly 31 – August 5506-622-1780www.mirimichifolksongfestival.comMission Folk Music FestivalMission, BCJuly 21 – July 24604-826-5937 or 1-866-494-3655www.missionfolkmusicfestival.caciety.comMontreal Int’l Reggae FestivalMontreal, PQAugust 20 – August 21514-482-7921www.montrealreggaefest.comMountain View InternationalFestival of Song & Chamber Music SocietySummer FestivalCalgary, ABAugust 7 – August 14403-240-4174www.mountainviewfestival.comMusic and BeyondOttawa, ONJuly 7 – July 17613-241-0777www.musicandbeyond.caAll concerts are ticketed events, except wherenoted otherwise.Diamond Pass: 0(includes best seating to allevents except dinner at LAGO)FP – Festival Passport: $100; (st)3DP – Three-Day Pass: ; (st)Single concert tickets (reserved); (general);$10(st)***Festival Plus concert: NOT included in theFestival Passport (FP) or Three-Day Pass (3DP);priced as indicatedASAC – All Saints’ Anglican Church, 317 ChapelAvenueCASM – Canadian Aviation and Space Museum,11 Aviation ParkwayDCUC – Dominion-Chalmers United Church,355 Cooper StreetGCC – Glebe Community Centre, 175 3rd Avenue-KPC – Knox Presbyterian Church, 120 LisgarStreetLAGO – LAGO Bar, Grill and View, 1001 QueenElizabeth DrivewayMT – Mayfair Theatre, 1074 Bank StreetNAC – National Arts Centre, 53 Elgin StreetNDCB – Notre-Dame Cathedral Basilica, 375Sussex DriveNGCA – National Gallery of Canada Auditorium,380 Sussex DrivePSC – Parroise St. Charles, 135 BarretteStreetSAC – St. Andrew’s Church, 82 Kent StreetSBC – St. Barnabas Church, 70 James StreetSF – Saunders Farm, 7893 Bleeks Road, Munster,ONSUC – Southminister United Church – 15 AylmerAvenueTHUO – Tabaret Hall, the University of Ottawa,550 Cumberland StreetJuly 7 8:00: Opening Gala: Christopher Plummer– Shakespeare and Music. Jupiter StringQuartet; Music and Beyond Festival Orchestra;Marie Bérard, violin; Julian Armour, cello;Andrew Tunis, piano. DCUC. ***With FP or3DP: /(reserved); without FP or 3DP:/$100(reserved).July 8 12:00 noon: Jupiter String Quartet.Webern: Langsame Satz; Kurtág: 12 Microludes;Beethoven: Quartet in E-flat. SAC.July 8 2:00: Stephen Marchionda, guitar.Works by Scarlatti, Rodrigo, Albéniz and José.SAC.July 8 2:00: Breaking Ground: Music byWomen Composers. Works by von Bingen, de laGuerre, Archer, Beach and Raum. SeventeenVoyces; Melanie Conly, soprano; Adrian Butterfield,baroque violin; Thomas Annand, harpsichord;Marie Bérard, violin; and others. THUO.July 8 5:00: Fine Arts Quartet, Concert I. Verdi:Quartet in e; Glass: Quartet No.2; Schubert:Quartettsatz. PSC.July 8 8:00: Trevor Pinnock and the NationalArts Centre Orchestra: Bach: The Complete OrchestralSuites, Part I. Bach: Orchestral SuiteNo.1 in C; Orchestral Suite No.3 in D; BrandenburgConcerto No.5 in D; Vivaldi: Sinfonia AllaRustica. Trevor Pinnock, conductor and harpsichord;National Arts Centre Orchestra; JoannaG’froerer, flute; Yosuke Kawasaki, violin.DCUC. ***With FP or 3DP: /(reserved);without FP or 3DP: /(reserved).July 8 8:00: Acts of Light: Roddy Ellias CDLaunch. Original compositions. Donna Brown,soprano; Jennifer Swartz, harp; Kenneth Simpson,marimba; Frédérick Lacroix, piano; RoddyEllias, guitar. SAC.July 8 11:00pm: The Neglected Art Song ofRandy Newman. Benjamin Butterfield, tenor;Toronto Masque Theatre. THUO.July 9 10:00am: Coffee Concert: The JupiterString Quartet Plays Beethoven. Quartet in DOp.18 No.3; Quartet in e Op.59 No.2. SUC.July 9 12:00 noon: Fine Arts Quartet, ConcertII. Wolf: Italian Serenade; Schubert: Quartet ind “Death and the Maiden.” SUC.July 9 2:00: An Afternoon of Lieder: Our Love inSong. Anne Grimm, soprano; Benjamin Butterfield,tenor; Stephen Philcox, piano. Schumann:Liederkreis Op.24 and 39. SAC.July 9 5:00: Ottawa Wind Ensemble. Works byVaughan Williams, Barber, Cesarini and Doss.PSC. Free.July 9 8:00: Emma Kirkby, soprano, and theTheatre of Early Music. Works by Bach, Handel,Vivaldi and others. DCUC. ***With FP or3DP: /(reserved); without FP or 3DP:/(reserved).July 9 8:00: Stéphane Lemelin, piano, in Recital.Works by Beethoven, Schubert and Ravel. SAC.July 10 11:00am: Kids Music Adventure atSaunders Farm: A Musical Tour of the World.Over 100 musicians, dancers and artists;musical maze and instrument making. SF.(special family rate).July 10 2:00: Daniel Taylor, countertenor, andLes Voix Humaines. David Jacques, lute. KPC.July 10 8:00: Trevor Pinnock and the NationalArts Centre Orchestra: Bach: The Complete OrchestralSuites, Part II. Bach: Orchestral SuiteNo.2 in b; Orchestral Suite No.4 in D; Concertofor Violin in E; Vivaldi: Concerto for Bassoonin C. Trevor Pinnock, conductor and harpsichord;National Arts Centre Orchestra; YosukeKawasaki, violin; Christopher Millard, bassoon.DCUC. ***With FP or 3DP: /(reserved);without FP or 3DP: /(reserved).July 10 8:00: Hannaford Street Silver Band: ALighter Shade of Brass. SAC.July 11 12:00 noon: Music of Colin Mack.Mack: A Canadian Gallery; Winterseen; TheShadow-Maker; In Memorium Shostakovich.Donna Brown, soprano; Natasha Chapman,flute; Kimball Sykes, clarinet; Marcelle Mallette,violin; Julian Armour, violin; and others.NGCA.July 11 12:00 noon and 2:00: Music from theTime of Caravaggio. Adrian Butterfield, violin;David Jazques, lute; Seventeen Voyces. NGCA.July 11 12:00 noon and 2:00: Music andDance from China. Classical Chinese performersusing authentic instruments such as theerhu and guzheng. PSC.July 11 6:00: Music and Dining: Six-coursemeal with matching musical accompaniment.Works by Corrette, Purcell, Vivaldi, Scarlatti,Telemann and Rebel. Les Boréades de Montreal.LAGO. ***$160(limited availability).July 11 8:00: Double Tribute to Franz Liszt.Robert Lehrbaumer, piano and organ. DCUC.July 12 12:00 noon: Music of Turkey. TahirAydogdu, kanun; Marcelle Mallette, violin;Yolanda Bruno, violin; David Thies-Thompson,viola; Denise Djokic, cello. DCUC.July 12 12:00 noon: The Telephone. Menotti.Lisa DiMaria, soprano; Denis Lawlor, baritone;Jean Desmarais, piano. THUO.July 12 2:00: Music and Dance from China.Classical Chinese performers using authenticinstruments such as the erhu and guzheng.PSC.July 12 5:00: The Friesen Interviews: PeterHerrndorf and Peter Simon. Lecture. See ListingsSection E, “The ETCeteras.”Music at Port MilfordChamber Music Festival and Summer SchoolJuly 12 5:00: The Central Band of the CanadianForces. CASM. Free.July 12 8:00: Beyond the Mozart Effect. ChamberPlayers of Canada; Don Campbell, host;Philippe Djokic, violin; Guylaine Lemaire, viola;Thomas Annand, organ; Andrew Tunis, piano;and others. DCUC.July 12 8:00: The Goldberg Variations. Bach.Mélisande McNabney, harpsichord. THUO.July 13 10:00am: Coffee Concert: The PrincipalWinds of the National Arts Centre Orchestra.Ravel: Le Tombeau de Couperin; Sokolovic:Quintet; Nielsen: Quintet. Joanna G’froerer,flute; Charles Hamann, oboe; Kimball Sykes,clarinet; Lawrence Vine, horn; Christopher Millard,bassoon. DCUC. 8:45am: Pre-concertyoga.July 13 12:00 noon: Bach: The Complete Sonatasand Partitas, Part I. Yehonatan Berick,violin. SBC.July 13 2:00: Bach: The Complete Sonatas andPartitas, Part II. Yehonatan Berick, violin. SBC.July 13 2:00: Healing at the Speed ofLight. Lecture. See Listings Section E, “TheETCeteras.”July 13 5:00: Bach: The Complete Sonatas andPartitas, Part III. Yehonatan Berick, violin. SBC.July 13 8:00: Musica Intima, vocal ensemble.Guests: Denise Djokic, cello; Julian Armour,cello. KPC.July 13 8:00: Igudesman and Joo. Humourousclassical music duo. DCUC.July 13 8:00: The Organ of Notre-Dame Basilica.Works by Bach, Duruflé, Vierne, Franck andEscaich. Jennifer Loveless, organ. NDCB.July 14 10:00am: Dante: The Divine Comedy.Liszt: Fantasia quasi Sonata “Après un lecturedu Dante.” Mykola Suk, piano; Jon Koensgen,narrator. THUO.July 14 12:00 noon: Lumière Quartet. Worksby Beethoven and Mendelssohn. DCUC.July 14 12:00 noon: Rising Stars. Works byDuparc, Bellini, Ginastera, Luna, Komidas,Ganachian and Ayvazian. Armine Kassabian,mezzo; Jean Desmarais, piano. THUO.July 14 2:00: Musica Intima, vocal ensemble.Guests: Denise Djokic, cello; Julian Armour,cello. KPC.July 14 5:00: Band of the Ceremonial Guard.PSC. Free.July 14 6:00: Young People’s Concert: Meetthe Guitar. Daniel Bolshoy, guitar. ASAC.July 14 8:00: Vienna Piano Trio, Concert I.Beethoven: Piano Trio in G Op.1 No.2; Engel:In PerformanceOutstanding Faculty - Outstanding Students• Linden String Quartet• Tokai String Quartet• Fiddler, Rachel Handman• Marie Berard of the Canadian Opera Co.• Talented Young Artists, ages 12-18Special Events:••MPM Takes to the StreetsPort Milford Goes CountryJuly 16 - August 13, 2011For tickets and further information:www.mpmcamp.orgMeg Hill, DirectorJuly 1–September 7, 2011 thewholenote.com 35

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