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Volume 16 Issue 4 - December 2010

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End and BeginningJIM

End and BeginningJIM GALLOWAYThis being the issue that sees out the old year and welcomes thefore all hail breaks out let me offer season’s greetings to you inSome Local Festivities. In the New Year Orchestra presents a album My Favorite Thingsas Coltrane’s Live at the Village Vanguard, Impressions, and A LoveSupreme Centre Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis will beMcCoy Tyner. ors, but there’s no denying that he is at the helmof a unique orchestra which can at times reach thethat the concert is being presented in venerable old is for those musicians out there who do not have anyGod rest ye merry gentlemen, let nothing you dismay,In spite of having no gigs and not a place to play.At least we will not have to play The Little Drummer Boy.Ring out the bells, greet all the Kris Kringles,Forget the fact that there are no jingles.But let’s not be downhearted and all to no avail,Have a happy holiday season, and make sure you hear some liveJim Galloway is a saxophonist, band leader and the former artisticdirector of Toronto Downtown Jazz. He can be contacted atjazznotes@thewholenote.com. St. Philip’s Anglican ChurchA casual, relaxing hour of prayer + great musicwith the city’s finest musiciansSunday, December 12, 4:00 pmDiana Panton, Reg Schwager +Don ThompsonSunday, January 9, 4:00 pmChris Robinson, Anthony Panacci,Ross MacIntireSunday, January 30, 4:00 pmZimZum St. Philip’s Anglican Church | Etobicoke25 St. Phillips Road (near Royal York + Dixon)416-247-5181 www.stphilips.net26 thewholenote.comDecember 1, 2010 - February 7, 2011

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