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Volume 16 Issue 10 - July/August 2011

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July 25 10:30: Late Night at the Kildare: HogtownSyncopators. Terra Hazelton, vocals andsnare drums; Drew Jurecka, violin and vocals;Jay Danley, guitar and vocals; Richard Whiteman,piano; James Thomson, bass. SBCA. .July 26 12:00 noon: Music at Noon: Saint-Saëns for Winds. Saint-Saëns: Caprice sur desairs Danois et Russes; Romance in E; Oboe Sonatain D; and other works. NACO Wind Quintet;Stéphane Lemelin, piano. DCUC. .July 26 3:00: 3PM Series: Borealis StringQuartet. Haydn: String Quartet No.60 in G;Lee: selection of Taiwanese folk songs; Grieg:String Quartet in g. CSJE. .Jul 26 7:00: Complete Beethoven Piano Trios,Part 1. Beethoven: Piano Trio No.1 in E-flat;Piano Trio No.6 in E-flat; Piano Trio No.5 in D“The Ghost.” Gryphon Trio. DCUC. .July 26 8:00: A Cavalcade of Brass: A Tributeto Howard Cable. Cable: Two Sketches onFrench Canadian Airs; Ontario Pictures; A NewfoundlandSketch; and other works; also worksby Irvine, Lavallée and MacMillan. True NorthBrass; Central Band of the Canadian Forces.SBCA. .July 26 10:30: Late Night at the Kildare: Star-Bachs: The Coffee Cantata. Naomi Forman, soprano.SBCA. .July 27 12:00 noon: Music at Noon: Luc Beauséjour.Buxtehude: Fugue in C; Böhm: ChoralePrelude “Vater unser im Himmelreich”; Pachelbel:Chorale Prelude “Vom Himmel hoch,da komm’ ich her”; also Chorale Preludes byBach. Luc Beauséjour, harpsichord and organ.DCUC. .July 27 3:00: 3PM Series: Portrait of Chabrier.Chabrier: Bourrée Fantasque; L’île heureuse;Menuet pompeux de Pièces pittoresques; andother works. Monica Whicher, soprano; MinsooSohn, piano. CSJE. .July 27 7:00: Siskind Concerts: Love and Deathin Vienna. Pachelbel: Partita for Five Strings;Kerll: Trio sonata; Flecha: Deh porgi mano; alsoworks by Priuli, Gabrieli, Schmelzer, Bull andBertali. Les Voix Baroques. DCUC. .July 27 8:00: Market Soirées: Mahler 5. R.Strauss: Der Rosenkavalier Suite; Current: newwork; Mahler: Symphony No.5. National YouthOrchestra of Canada. SBCA. .July 27 10:30: Late Night at the Kildare: ClassicGrunge. Samurai String Squad. SBCA. .July 28 12:00 noon: Joe Trio presents JoeCanada. Wilson: A Brief History of TV Themeswith apologies to various Decomposing Composers;and other works; Joe Trio: A Lesson inPunctuated Love; The Sad Story of Little Joewho Played the Violin; also works by Haydnand Ungar. DCUC. .July 28 3:00: Complete Beethoven Piano Trios,Part 2. Beethoven: Piano Trio No.3 in c; PianoTrio No.2 in G; Piano Trio No.7 in B-flat “Archduke.”Gryphon Trio. CSJE. .July 28 7:00: Siskind Concerts: Nash Ensembleof London. Beethoven: Piano Quintet in E-flat;Borodin: String Quartet No.2; Shostakovich:Quintet for piano and strings in g. DCUC. .July 28 8:00: Market Soirées: Before Bach.Erlebach: Overture; Schütz: Erbarm dich mein,o Herre Gott; Bernhard: Was betrübst Du dich,meine Seele?; also works by Tunder, Rosenmüllerand Bach. Les Voix Baroques; MatthewWhite, countertenor. SBCA. .July 28 10:30: Late Night at the Kildare: JoeTrio: Not Your Average Piano Trio. Wilson: ABrief History of Western Music with Apologiesto Henry Mancini Op.1; Black Dog Rondo;and other works; Joe Trio: The Maltese Goose.A. Summer FestivalsSBCA. .July 29 12:00 noon: Music at Noon: TorQ PercussionQuartet. Ligeti: Pattern Transformation;Síppal, dobbal, nádihegedövel; Lansky:Threads: Southam: Natural Resources (or whatto do ‘til the power comes on). TorQ PercussionQuartet; Krisztina Szabó, mezzo. SBCA. .July 29 3:00: 3PM Series: Bertoli and Gleadow:Liszt. Liszt: Années de pélerinage, premièreannée “Suise”; Impromptu brilliant on themesby Rossini and Spontini; O quand je dors; andother works. Maura Bertoli, piano; MonicaWhicher, soprano; Robert Gleadow, bass-baritoneand narrator. CSJE. .July 29 7:00: Siskind Concerts: An Eveningwith Simone Dinnerstein, piano. Schumann:Fantasiestücke; Bach: Chorale Prelude “Jesu,Joy of Man’s Desiring”; and other works; Schubert:Four Impromptus D889. DCUC. .July 29 8:00: Market Soirées: Cecilia StringQuartet. Haydn: String Quartet No.26 in g;Berg: Lyric Suite; Dvořák: Cypresses; Beethoven:String Quartet No.16 in F. SBCA. .July 29 10:30: Late Night at the Kildare:Brushe Up Thy Shakespeare. Johnson: Wherethe Bee Sucks; Tunick: The Pro Musica Antiqua;Purcell: If Love’s a Sweet Passion; andworks by Handel, Morley, Porter, Rodgers andSondheim. Steve Ross, vocals; Ann Monoyios,soprano; Four Nations Ensemble. SBCA. .July 30 12:00 noon: Music at Noon: MélangeHautbois. Beethoven: Variations for two oboesand English horn on Mozart’s “La ci darem lamano”; Trio for two oboes and English horn inC; Kulesha: Zephyrs for Two Oboes and EnglishHorn; Armstrong: Chants and Dances for TwoOboes and English horn. Canadian Oboe Trio.CJSE. .July 30 3:00: 3PM Series: Orpheus I Am. AnneMonoyios, soprano; Four Nations Ensemble.CSJE. .July 30 7:00: The Siskind Concerts: The HiddenLiszt. Liszt: Via Crucis; Fantasie and Fugeon a Theme B-A-C-H; Psalm 129; Psalm 137.Ottawa Bach Choir, Lisette Canton, conductorand director; Jonathan Oldengarm, organ,Monica Whicher, soprano; Julie Nesrallah, mezzo;Robert Gleadow, bass-baritone; CarolineLeonardelli, harp. DCUC. .July 30 8:00: Market Soirées: New ZealandString Quartet. Psathas: Kartsigar for StringQuartet; Shostakovich: String Quartet No.9in E-flat; Beethoven: String Quartet No.7 in F.SBCA. .July 30 10:30: Late Night at the Kildare: ShadowSongs. Christine Fellows, piano/vocals/compositions; Shary Boyle, visual artist; AlexMcMaster, cello and arranger; Leanne Zacharias,cello and vocals; Gregory Oh, piano; AiyunHuang, percussion; Simon Docking, piano.SBCA. .July 31 11:00am: Sacred Spaces: Music forContemplation II: Ensemble Prisme. Britten:Phantasy Quartet; Hétu: Trio; Martinu: OboeQuartet; and works by Oesterle and Ropartz.BNMC. .July 31 3:00: 3PM Series: James Campbelland Friends. Françaix: Quintet for Clarinetand Strings; Brahms: Quintet for Clarinet andStrings in b. James Campbell, clarinet; AfiaraString Quartet; Cecilia String Quartet; GryphonTrio. DCUC. .July 31 7:00: Siskind Concerts: An Eveningwith Marc-André Hamelin. Berg: Sonata; Stockhausen:Klavierstücke IX; Ravel: Gaspard de lanuit; Liszt: Sonata in b. Marc-André Hamelin,piano. DCUC. .July 31 8:00: Market Soirées: NEXUS 40th AnniversaryConcert. Nexus: Ragtime Selections;Lent: The Ragtime Drummer; Cahn: The CrystalCabinet; and works by Reich and Green.SBCA. .July 31 10:30: Late Night at the Kildare: SteveReich’s Drumming with NEXUS and TorQ. Reich:Drumming. TorQ Percussion Quartet; Nexus;David Schotzko, percussion; Monica Whicher,soprano; Kristina Szabó, mezzo. SBCA. .August 1 12:00 noon: New Music Now, PartI. Cage: The Wonderful Widow of EighteenSprings; Body: Three Transcriptions; Ho: Coeurà Coeur; Corlis: Raven and the First Men. KrisztinaSzabó, mezzo; David Schotzko, percussion;New Zeland String Quartet; Duo Concertante;James Campbell, clarinet. SBCA. .August 1 1:30: New Music Now, Part II. Cage:Forever and Sunsmell; Berio: Sequenza X.Krisztina Szabó, mezzo; David Schotzko, percussion;Xenia Pestova, piano; Amy Horvey,trumpet; Duo Concertante. SBCA. .August 1 3:00: New Music Now, Part III.Cage: She is Asleep; Purchase: Apparatus Inconcinnus;Lesage: Portrait of a SentimentalMusician in a Distorting Mirror; also worksby Girouard and Goldschneider. TorQ PercussionQuartet; Duo Concertante; Xenia Pestova,piano; Amy Horvey, trumpet. SBCA. .August 1 7:00: Siskind Concerts: CBC’s 75thAnniversary Celebration. Bach: Prelude andFugue No.14 in f-sharp WTC II; Beethoven:Piano Sonata No.24 in F-sharp. Jan Lisiecki,piano; James Ehnes, violin. DCUC. .August 1 10:30: Late Night at the Kildare: Nimmons,Braid and Campbell. David Braid, piano;James Campbell, clarinet; Phil Nimmons, clarinet.SBCA. .August 2 12:00 noon: New Music Now, PartIV. Ligeti: Sonata for Solo Cello; Gubaidulina:Chaconne; Schoenberg: Fantasy for Violin andPiano; Sørensen: Phantasmagoria. RachelMercer, cello; Claudia Chan, piano; YehonatanBerick, violin; Frédérick Lacroix, piano;Trio con Brio Copenhagen; Duo Concertante.SBCA. .August 2 1:30: New Music Now, Part V.Cerha: 9 Bagatellen; Louie: Bringing the TigerDown from the Mountain II; Nørgård: Spell;Lacroix: new work. Zebra Trio; Trio con BrioCopenhagen; Rebecca Danard, clarinet; YehonatanBerick, violin; Frédérick Lacroix, piano;Claudia Chan, piano; Rachel Mercer, cello.SBCA. .August 2 3:00: New Music Now, Part VI. Saariaho:Cloud Trio; Sanchez: Tlahtolli; Wallin:Sway; Current: Faster Still. Zebra Trio; WhitneyO’Hearn, mezzo; Rebecca Danard, clarinet;David Schotzko, percussion; Duo Concertante.SBCA. .August 2 7:00: Siskind Concerts: AfiaraString Quartet with Marc-André Hamelin, piano.Haydn: String Quartet No.58 in F; Beethoven:String Quartet No.11 in f; Dvořák: Piano QuintetNo.2 in A. DCUC. .August 2 8:00: Market Soirées: The SwingleSingers: Classical Reinventions. Debussy:Clair de Lune; Rimsky-Kosakov: Flight of theBumblebee; Tchaikovsky: 1812 Overture; alsoworks by Corelli, de Falla, Whitacre, Bach,Piazzolla, Vivaldi, A. Murphy, J. Mitchell, J.Lennon and Björk. SBCA. .August 2 10:30: Late Night at the Kildare:Shall We Dance! Duo Concertante; Evelyn Hart,narrator. SBCA. .August 3 12:00 noon: Music at Noon: PaganiniCaprices. Paganini: 24 Caprices. YehonatanBerick, violin. CSJE. .August 3 12:00 noon: Music at Noon: Mr.Haydn’s Op.33 Power Hour! Haydn: StringQuartet No.31 in b; String Quartet No.32 in C;String Quartet No. 29 in G “How Do You Do?”Eybler Quartet. DCUC. .August 3 3:00: 3PM Series: Gauthier, Brière,Normand. Khachaturian: Trio for Clarinet, Violinand Piano; Bartók: Contrasts. Renée Paul Gauthier,violin; Jimmy Brière, piano; Jean-FrançoisNorman, clarinet. CSJE. .August 3 7:00: Siskind Concerts: Trio conBrio Copenhagen. Haydn: Piano Trio No.15 inG “Gyspy”; Martin: Trio on Popular Irish FolkTunes for Piano, Violin and Cello; Schubert:String Trio in B-flat. DCUC. .August 3 8:00: Market Soirées: The PerfectAmbassadors. Gervaise: Suite de Branles; Mudarra:Fantasia quinto; Henry VIII: Pastymewith good companye; also works by Arañés,del Encina, de Sermisy, Tallis, Tomkins andothers. Toronto Consort. SBCA. .August 3 10:30: Late Night at the Kildare: LatinHeat. L’Accordéoniste. SBCA. .August 4 12:00 noon: Music at Noon:Journée d’illusions. Debussy: Sonata for Celloand Piano; Chausson: Pièce; Fauré: Papillon;Franck: Sonata for Cello and Piano in A. WinonaZelenka, cello; Connie Shih, piano. DCUC..August 4 3:00: 3PM Series: La poésie noble duviolon sous Louis XIV. Lully: Overture from “Roland”;Clérambault: L’Impromptu; de La Guerre:Sonata in G; also works by de Visée, Rebel, Duval,Mascitti and others. CSJE. .August 4 7:00: Siskind Concerts: Takaćs Quartet.Haydn: String Quartet No.55 in D; Mendelssohn:String Quartet No.2 in a; Beethoven:String Quartet No.14 in c-sharp. DCUC. .August 4 8:00: Market Soirées: Strings! Honegger:Hymne pour dixtuor à cordes; Chulhoff:Concertino for Flute, Viola and Double Bass;Debussy: Sonata for Flute, Viola and Harp; Enescu:String Octet in C. Rachel Mercer, cello;Yehonatan Berick, violin; Zebra Trio; Trio Verlaine;Joel Quarrington, bass; and others.SBCA. .August 4 10:30: Late Night at the Kildare:Stretch Orchestra. Kevin Breit, guitar; MattBrubeck, cello; Jesse Stewart, percussion.SBCA. .August 5 12:00 noon: Music at Noon: TrioVerlaine. Ravel: Sonatine; Cotton: Six Departures;Schafer: Trio for Flute, Viola and Harp;Debussy: Sonata for Flute, Viola and Harp.DCUC. .August 5 3:00: 3PM Series: Silk and Bamboo.Lee: Tiers of a Mountain; Chiung Chang: ACaprice of the Jasmine blossom in June; Guo:White Peony; also works by: Hu, Tung, ChungShen, Hai Huai and others. Chai Found MusicWorkshop. CSJE. .August 5 7:00: Festival Gala Series: ClosingNight Extravaganza! Myakovsky: String QuartetNo.13 in a; Chausson: Chanson perpétuelle;Brahms: Piano Quintet in f; also works by Liszt.Pacifica Quartet; Anton Kuerti, piano; IsabelBayrakdarian, soprano; Serouj Kradjian, piano.DCUC. .August 5 10:30: Late Night at the Kildare.Montreal Guitar Trio. SBCA. .Ottawa International Jazz FestivalOttawa, ONJune 23 – July 3613-241-2633www.ottawajazzfestival.comPrince Edward County Jazz FestivalPicton, ONAugust 17 – August 2138 thewholenote.comJuly 1–September 7, 2011

613-476-8416 ext 28 or 1.877-411-4761www.pecjazz.orgRT – Regent Theatre, 224 Main Street, PictonB&C – Books & Co., 289 Main Street, PictonCR/L – Currah’s Restaurant/Lounge, 252 MainStreet, PictonWH – Waring House, Hwy 33 and Sandy HookRoad, PictonSAPC – St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, 31King Street, PictonGC – Glenwood Chapel, 47 Ferguson Street,PictonBUC – Bloomfield United Church, 272 MainStreet, BloomfieldHEW – Huff Estates Winery, 2274 CountyRoad 1, BloomfieldGPEEW – The Grange of Prince Edward EstatesWinery, 1000 Closson Road, WellingtonSMMC – St. Mary Magdalene Church, 335Main Street, PictonWW – Waupoos Winery, 3016 County Road8, PictonAugust 16 7:00: An Evening with Ellington.Brian Barlow talk and film presentation. B&C.Free.August 17 5:00: Barley Days Jazz Barbeque.5pm: wine and beer tasting; 6:30pm: dinner;8pm: Bob DeAngelis All-Stars. WH. .August 18 7:30: Don Englert Trio. WH. Nocover charge.August 18 8:00: Peter Appleyard salutes BennyGoodman. RT. .August 18 10:00: After Hours Jam Session:Robi Botos Trio. CR/L. Reservations: 613-476-6374. cover charge.August 19 5:00: Rising Young Star performance.SAPC. Free.August 19 7:30: Mike Francis Duo. WH. Nocover charge.August 19 8:00: Guido Basso and Ranee Lee.RT. August 19 8:00 – 11:00: Dave Barton andBlair Yarranton. CR/L. No cover charge.August 19 10:00: After Hours Jam Session:Robi Botos Trio. CR/L. Reservations: 613-476-6374. cover charge.August 20 10:00am: Vern Dorge, saxophoneand David Barton, guitar. GC. Free.August 20 1:00: TD Jazz Van. BUC. Free.August 20 2:15: TD Jazz Van. HEW. Free.August 20 2:00 – 3:30: Jam Session: CanadianJazz Quartet. RT. Free.August 20 3:30: TD Jazz Van. GPEEW. Free.August 20 5:00 – 7:00: TD Young Jazz Showcase:Ian Wright Trio; Hannah Barstow Quartet.SAPC. Free.August 20 7:30: Russell Drago Trio. WH. Nocover charge.August 20 8:00: Mike Murley Septet. RT. .August 20 8:00 – 11:00: Dave Barton andBlair Yarranton. CR/L. No cover charge.August 20 10:00: After Hours Jam Session:Robi Botos Trio. CR/L. Reservations: 613-476-6374. cover charge.August 21 10:30am: Jazz Mass with the BrianBarlow Trio. SMMC. Free.August 21 12:30: Jazz Brunch. Heather Bambrick,vocals; Rob Piltch, guitar. GPEEW. Reservations:613-399-1048 x23 or 1-866-792-7712. Price tba.August 21 1:00: TD Jazz Van. WW. Free.August 21 2:15: TD Jazz Van. HEW. Free.August 21 2:00 – 5:00: Canadian Jazz Quartet.HEW. No cover charge.August 21 5:00 – 7:00: TD Young Jazz Showcase:PRAM. SAPC. FreeAugust 21 7:30: Matt Ray, guitar and TaniVerbeke, vocals. WH. No cover charge.August 21 8:00: Brian Barlow Big Band: Tributeto the Count and the Duke. With HeatherBambrick and Justin Bacchus. RT. .RastafestToronto, ONAugust 13416-624-6349www.rastafest.comRegina Folk FestivalRegina, SKAugust 5 – August 7306-757-0308www.reginafolkfestival.comRoots and Blues FestivalSalmon Arm, BCAugust 19 – August 21250-833-4096www.rootsandblues.caSasktel Saskatchewan Jazz FestivalSaskatoon, SKJune 24 – July 3306-653-8350www.saskjazz.comSavannah Festival of RhythmsBrampton, ONSunday July 24416-461-5255www.savannahrhythms.caGarden Square, Rose Theatre, 1 Theatre Lane,Brampton.July 24 2:00–8:00: Amadeo Ventura and RebelRhythm with Special Guest Jane Bunnett; RoyCape All Stars; Terry Logan Quintet. Free.Shaw FestivalNiagara-on-the-Lake, ONApril 7 – October 301-800-511-7429www.shawfest.comSound Travels Festival of Sound ArtToronto, ONJuly 16 – September 3416-652-5115www.soundtravels.caStan Rogers Folk FestivalCanso, NSJuly 1 – July 31-888-554-7826www.stanfest.comStewart Park FestivalPerth, ONJuly 15 – July 17613-264-1190www.stewartparkfestival.caStratford Summer MusicStratford, ONJuly 18 – August 21519-271-2101 or 1-866-288-4313 (exceptwhere noted otherwise)www.stratfordsummermusic.caAT – Avon Theatre, 34 George Street West;tickets: 1-800-567-1600BCR – Balzac’s Coffee Roastery, 149 OntarioStreetCC – Central Church, 194 Avondale AvenueCCDS – City Centre, Downtown StratfordCR – Church Restaurant, 70 Brunswick Street;reservations: 519-273-3424DS – Downtown StratfordLQP – Lower Queen’s ParkMB – Music Barge, Avon RiverRR – Rundles Restaurant, 9 Cobourg Street;reservations: 519-271-6642SAC – St. Andrew’s Church, 25 St. AndrewStreetSJAC – St. James Anglican Church, 41 MorningtonStreetJuly 18 8:30: First Night: National Marimba Ensembleof El Salvador. Grand Illumination fireworksviewing set to “Music of a Midsummer’sNight.” LQP. Free.July 21 11:15am: The Power of Music. BarbaraBudd, host; Beverley Johnston, percussion.SAC. .July 21 12:30: BargeMusic: Marimba Ensembleof El Salvador. MB. Free.July 22 11:00am: Random Acts of Music: NationalYouth Orchestra Ensembles. CCDS. Free.July 22 11:15am: The Power of Music. Musicinspired by Tyson’s debut novel “Joyner’sDream.” Barbara Budd, host; Sylvia Tyson withTerry McKenna, lute and guitar. SAC. .July 22 12:30: BargeMusic: Marimba Ensembleof El Salvador. MB. Free.July 23 11:00am: Random Acts of Music: NationalYouth Orchestra Ensembles. CCDS. Free.July 23 11:00am: Music at Rundles: CourtMusic for the Tudors. Terry McKenna, lute andguitar. RR. (includes post-performanceluncheon).July 23 11:15am: The Power of Music. BarbaraBudd, host; Len Cariou. SAC. .July 23 12:30 and 3:00: BargeMusic: MarimbaEnsemble of El Salvador. MB. Free.July 23 11:30: Saturday Night Live: Cabaret atthe Church. An evening with Len Cariou; DavidWarrack, piano. CR. (dinner and show);(show only).July 24 11:00am: Random Acts of Kindness: NationalYouth Orchestra Ensembles. CCDS. Free.July 24 11:00am: Music at Rundles: CourtMusic for the Tudors. Terry McKenna, lute andguitar. RR. (includes post-performanceluncheon).July 24 12:30 and 3:00: BargeMusic: MarimbaEnsemble of El Salvador. MB. Free.July 24 3:00: Cabaret at the Church. An afternoonwith Len Cariou; David Warrack, piano.CR. (dinner and show); (show only).July 24 7:30: National Youth Orchestra of Canada,Jonathan Darling, conductor. CC. .July 25 3:00: A Serenade for Maureen Forrester– National Tribute. Works by Bach, Brahms,Handel, Mahler, Schubert and Schafer. KimberlyBarber, mezzo; Allyson McHardy, mezzo;Catherine Robbin, mezzo; Krisztina Szabó, mezzo;Jean Stilwell, mezzo; Mary Lou Fallis, soprano;Leslie De’Ath, piano; Peter Tiefenbach,piano; Ryan Scott, percussion; Maureen ForresterSingers, Elvera Froese, director; membersof the National Youth Orchestra, JonathanDarlington, conductor. AT. –.July 28 11:15am: Organ Week #1. Works byBrahms, Wagner and Elgar. Robert Quinney, organ.SJAC. .July 28 12:30: BargeMusic: Vishtèn. Acadianband. MB. Free.July 29 11:15am: Organ Week #2: Musicfor Royal Occasions. Robert Quinney, organ.SJAC. .July 29 12:30: BargeMusic: Vishtèn. Acadianband. MB. Free.July 1–September 7, 2011 thewholenote.com 39

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