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Volume 16 Issue 10 - July/August 2011

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A Serenade forMaureen

A Serenade forMaureen ForresterMonday July 253pmJuly 30 11:00am: Music at Rundles: Fantasia:Music of the Renaissance. Terry McKenna, luteand guitar. RR. (includes post-performanceluncheon).July 30 11:15am: Organ Week #3: Bach Fever.Robert Quinney, organ. SJAC. .July 30 12:30 and 3:00: BargeMusic: Vishtèn.Acadian band. MB. Free.July 30 11:30: Saturday Night Live Cabaret atthe Church: Unforgettable – Marcus Nance andGuests Salute the Great Black Crooners. CR.(dinner and show); (show only).July 31 11:00am: Music at Rundles: Fantasia:Music of the Renaissance. Terry McKenna, luteand guitar. RR. (includes post-performanceluncheon).July 31 12:30: BargeMusic: Anna Atkinson &George Meanwell with The Loss Leaders. MB. Free.July 31 2:00: Organ Heritage Program: MoreFavourite Hyms of All Time. Christopher Dawes,organ, and guest artists. SJAC. .July 31 3:00: BargeMusic: Anna Atkinson &George Meanwell with The Loss Leaders. MB.Free.August 4 11:15am: Jan Lisiecki, piano. Program#1: Works by Bach, Beethoven and Liszt.SAC. .August 4 12:30: BargeMusic: Moo’d Swing.Vintage 1920s and 30s. MB. Free.August 5 11:15am: Jan Lisiecki, piano. Program#2: Works by Bach, Brahms, Satie andMessiaen. SAC. .August 5 12:30: BargeMusic: Moo’d Swing.Vintage 1920s and 30s. MB. Free.August 6 11:00am: Music at Rundles: Musicfor Will Shakespeare and His Queen. Terry Mc-Kenna, lute and guitar. RR. (includes postperformanceluncheon).August 6 11:15am: Jan Lisiecki, Piano. Program#3: Works by Bach, Chopin and Paderewski.SAC. .August 6 12:30 and 3:00: BargeMusic: Moo’dSwing. Vintage 1920s and 30s. MB. Free.August 6 11:30: Saturday Night Live Cabaretat the Church: Sean Cullen. CR. (dinner andshow); (show only).August 7 11:00am: Music at Rundles: Musicfor Will Shakespeare and His Queen. Terry Mc-Kenna, lute and guitar. RR. (includes postperformanceluncheon).August 7 12:30 and 3:00: BargeMusic: YiannisKapoulas. World music. MB. Free.A. Summer FestivalsAugust 10 11:15am: Maureen Forrester NextGeneration Canadian Artists. Chris Donnelly,jazz piano. SAC. .August 11 11:00am and 1:30: Pierre St.Pierre: L’accordéoniste automatique. DS. Free.August 11 11:15am: Evensong Choral Traditionswith Andrew Gant & Tactus. From Vespersto Evensong and the Book of CommonPrayer. SJAC. .August 11 12:30: BargeMusic: Tio Chorinho.Brazillian chio. MB. Free.August 12 11:00am and 1:30: Pierre St.Pierre: L’accordéoniste automatique. DS. Free.August 12 11:15am: Evensong choral Traditionswith Andrew Gant & Tactus. From Restorationto Handel. SJAC. .August 12 12:30: BargeMusic: Tio Chorinho.Brazillian chio. MB. Free.August 12 9:00–11am: A Jazz Juno Special:John MacLeod’s Rex Hotel Orchestra with specialguest, Kellylee Evans, vocals. CR. (dinnerand show); (show only).August 13 11:00am: Music at Rundles: TheTune Smithy: Jigs, Ballads, Voltas & Rounds.Terry McKenna, lute and guitar. RR. (includespost-performance luncheon).August 13 11:00am and 1:30: Pierre St.Pierre: L’accordéoniste automatique. DS. Free.August 13 11:15am: Evensong Choral Traditionswith Andrew Gant & Tactus. From GrandVictorian Tradition into the Modern Age. SJAC..August 13 12:30 and 3:00: BargeMusic: TioChorinho. Brazillian chio. MB. Free.August 13 11:30: Saturday Night Live Cabaretat the Church: Making Love in a Canoe. WithKyle Golemba, Bruce Dow, Chilina Kennedyand Monique Lunde. CR. (dinner and show);(show only).August 14 11:00am: Music at Rundles: TheTune Smithy: Jigs, Ballads, Voltas & Rounds.Terry McKenna, lute and guitar. RR. (includespost-performance luncheon).August 14 11:00am and 1:30: Pierre St.Pierre: L’accordéoniste automatique. DS. Free.August 14 12:30 and 3:00: BargeMusic: TablaHouse Drumming Ensemble. Sitar, Indian classicaland world music. MB. Free.August 18 11:15am: Masterpieces of theClassical Repertoire: Mozart’s Haydn Quartets:Nos.14 and 15. Annex String Quartet.SAC. .August 18 12:30: BargeMusic: MZASNI AfricanYouth Choir. MB. Free.August 19 10:15am: Selections from theJonathan Monro Songbook. BCR. .August 19 11:15am: Masterpieces of theClassical Repertoire: Mozart’s Haydn Quartets:Nos.16 and 17. Annex String Quartet.SAC. .August 19 12:30: BargeMusic: MZASNI AfricanYouth Choir. MB. Free.August 20 10:15am: Selections from the JonathanMonro Songbook. BCR. .August 20 11:00am: Music at Rundles: Whatthe Mona Lisa Heard: Music of the Time of Leonardoda Vinci. Terry McKenna, lute and guitar.RR. (includes post-performance luncheon).August 20 11:15am: Masterpieces of theClassical Repertoire: Mozart’s Haydn Quartets:Nos.18 and 19. Annex String Quartet.SAC. .August 20 12:30 and 3:00: BargeMusic:MZASNI African Youth Choir. MB. Free.August 21 10:15am: Selections from the JonathanMonro Songbook. BCR. .August 21 11:00am: Music at Rundles: Whatthe Mona Lisa Heard: Music of the Time of Leonardoda Vinci. Terry McKenna, lute and guitar.RR. (includes post-performance luncheon).August 21 12:30: BargeMusic: TeeswaterHighlanders Pipes & Drums. MB. Free.Summer Music in the GardenToronto, ONJune 30 – September 18416-973-4000www.harbourfrontcentre.com/torontomusicgardenAll concerts held at Toronto Music Garden,475 Queen’s Quay West, weather permitting.FREE admission.Jul 3 4:00: O solo il mi oil violoncello! Worksby Solima, Harman and Italian baroque cellistcomposers.Elinor Frey, cello.Jul 7 7:00: Maya. South Asian percussion andviolin ensemble Subhajyoti Guha and friends.Jul 14 7:00: Labours of Love. Works by Mozart,Beethoven and Piazzolla performed by theCecilia String Quartet.Jul 17 4:00: With joy and light encircled.Sacred cantatas and instrumental works byTelemann and Schütz performed by Kevin Skeltonand friends.Jul 24 4:00: Drumming on the Brightside. Arhythmic journey from American minimalismto the Middle East with the TorQ PercussionQuartet.Jul 28 7:00: Soft-voiced hero. Music for stringtrio and oboe by Mozart, Beethoven and Brittenperformed by Sharon Lee, Marcin Swoboda,Judith Manger and Caitlin Broms-Jacobs.Aug 7 4:00: Reed Blowout! Works for clarinetand accordion including premiere by TorontoSUMMER OPERA LYRIC THEATRE25Guillermo Silva-Marin, General DirectorthANNIVERSARYA N D R E S E A R C H C E N T R E3 operasfor theprice of 2!!Subscribe beforeMonday, July 11416-922-29122011SEASONMini OperaFestivalIDOMENEOby W. A. MozartMichael Rose, Music Directorfri july 29 & sat aug 6 • 8 pmsun july 31 & wed aug 3 • 2 pmLA TRAVIATAby G. VerdiJennifer Tung, Music Directorsat july 30 & sat aug 6 • 2 pmtue aug 2 & thu aug 4 • 8 pmTHE TENDER LANDby A. CoplandNicole Bellamy, Music Directorsat jul 30, wed aug 3 & fri aug 5 • 8 pmsun aug 7 • 2 pmRobert Gill TheatreUniversity of Toronto, 214 College Street (NW corner, College & St. George)Box Office: 416-978-7986composer N. Palej. Kornel Wolak, clarinet; JosephMacerollo, accordion.Aug 14 4:00: Music from the Back Row. Musicwritten for low brass quartet performed byQuartico Brass.Aug 18 7:00: Mountain High, River Flow ...(without end). Music inspired by mountainsand rivers performed by Vancouver’s OrchidEnsemble.Aug 21 4:00: The Root is One. An explorationof ancient melodic modes and rhythms fromIran performed by the Shiraz Ensemble.Aug 25 7:00: Hibiki. Annual appearance of theToronto taiko ensemble Nagata Shachu.Aug 28 4:00: Quatuor spirituel. Works byHaydn, Schubert and Lowe performed by theWindermere String Quartet.Sep 1 7:00: Short Concert: Lorca at Dusk.Vocal works by Lorca and de Falla performedby contralto Maria Soulis and guitarist BruceDomoney.Summerfolk Music & Crafts FestivalOwen Sound, ONAugust 19 – August 21519-371-2995www.summerfolk.orgSummerWorks Music SeriesToronto, ONAugust 5 – August 15416-319-3511www.summerworks.caSummer Opera Lyric TheatreToronto, ONJuly 29 – August 7416-978-7986www.solt.caSOLT Office: 416-922-2912www.solt.ca40 thewholenote.comJuly 1–September 7, 2011

EDUCATION & OUTREACH CONCERTSMASTERCLASSESObserve and listen as world-renowned artistsshare their musical expertise, insights, and secrets!Sir Thomas Allen, baritone – July 27Menahem Pressler, piano – July 29Roger Vignoles, piano – August 3Christine Brewer, soprano – August 5Masterclasses take place from 10am-12pmat Walter Hall at the University of Toronto.MENTORS & FELLOWS CONCERTSTSM Academy Fellows, the next generationof great chamber musicians, perform withinternationally renowned Festival artists.Vienna Piano Trio, Mark Fewer, Mayumi Seiler,Chris Costanza - July 20 & 22Anton Kuerti, Menahem Pressler, Zebra Trio,Mark Fewer, Chris Costanza - July 27 & 29Nash Ensemble - August 3 & 5André Laplante, Jonathan Crow, Ian Swensen,Teng Li, Antonio Lysy - August 12Mentors & Fellows concerts start at 6:30pmat Walter Hall at the University of Toronto.FESTIVAL 2011JULY 19 - AUGUST 13BEETHOVENAND THE ROMANTICSFREE CONCERTSExperience great performances byup-and-coming Academy Fellows.The North York Central Library5120 Yonge StreetJuly 27, Aug 3, Aug 10 at 12pmThe Church of the Redeemer162 Bloor Street W.July 28, Aug 4, Aug 11 at 12:30pmAdd these fantastic Education and Outreachconcerts to your Festival Experience!416.408.0208torontosummermusic.com

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