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Volume 16 Issue 6 - March 2011

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Cuckoo’s Nest Folk

Cuckoo’s Nest Folk Club. CountyVaudeville & Tethera: Double Bill. , , , London. Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber MusicSocietyTrio d’Argento.WaterlooMonday March 21The Irish Rovers. In Concert. Forty-Peterborough.Tuesday March 22Marilyn I. Walker School ofFine and Performing ArtsMusic @ Noon:Vocal RecitalSt. CatharinesMcMaster University. RebeccaMorton, Cello. HamiltonUniversity of Western Ontario DonWright Faculty of Music. Jazz Ensemble.LondonWednesday March 23The Irish Rovers. In Concert. Forty-Brockville. Kitchener-Waterloo ChamberMusic SocietyVinca String QuartetWaterlooUniversity of Western Ontario DonWright Faculty of Music. Symphonic Band.LondonWilfrid Laurier UniversityStudentComposer ConcertWaterlooThursday March 24Wilfrid Laurier UniversityMusic atNoonWaterlooSchool of Fine Art and Music/Universityof Guelph. Thursday at Noon ConcertSeries: Atwood Songs. Guelph.B. Concerts Beyond The GTAThe Irish Rovers. In Concert. Forty-Cornwall.Friday March 25Saturday March 26University of Western Ontario DonWright Faculty of Music. Mélodie. LondonMarilyn I. Walker School of Fine andPerforming ArtsENCORE! Concert SeriesSt.CatharinesThe Irish Rovers. In Concert. Forty-North Bay.Acoustic Muse Concert Series.Jesse Winchester.London. Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony.RedCarpet Oscar PartyKitchener.$McMaster University. Johannes Linstead:Guitar of Fire.HamiltonUniversity of Western Ontario DonWright Faculty of Music. Crossing Hemispheres:Wind Ensemble. LondonKitchener-Waterloo Symphony.Children’s Concert - Bellathe Tuba Gets her MelodyGuelph.$Wilfrid Laurier UniversityK-W SymphonyYouth Orchestra and WLU SymphonyOrchestraKitchenerPort Hope Friends of Music. Starsof Tomorrow. Cobourg.Lyrica Chamber Choir.Masterful Rheinberger.BarrieThe Irish Rovers. In Concert. Forty-Bracebridge. Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony.RedCarpet Oscar PartyWilfrid Laurier UniversityWLUChoirsWaterlooSunday March 27Kingston SymphonyA Fitting Tribute.Kingston.. Grand River Chorus. Brahms Requiem:Ein Deutsches Requiem. Brantford.University of Western Ontario DonWright Faculty of Music. University of WesternOntario Symphony Orchestra. LondonWilfrid Laurier UniversityWLUChoirs.Orillia Vocal Ensemble/Orillia PresbyterianChurch, St. Andrews/The SharingPlace Food BankAn Evening of Sharing …Dessert and SongOrilliaThe Irish Rovers. In Concert. Forty-Parry Sound.Wilfrid Laurier UniversityWLUJazz EnsembleWaterlooMonday March 28Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber MusicSocietyLafayetteQuartetWaterlooUniversity of Western Ontario DonWright Faculty of Music. Chamber Ensembles.LondonTuesday March 29Marilyn I. Walker School ofFine and Performing ArtsMusic @ Noon:RecitalSt. CatharinesSt. Paul’s Anglican Cathedral. OrganRecital: Stephanie Burgoyne and WilliamVandertuin. London. University of Western Ontario DonWright Faculty of Music. Early Music Studio.LondonWednesday March 30Wilfrid Laurier UniversityChapel Choir.WaterlooThursday March 31Wilfrid Laurier UniversityMusic at NoonWaterlooSchool of Fine Art and Music/Universityof Guelph. Thursday at Noon ConcertSeries: Student SoloistsUniversity of Western Ontario DonWright Faculty of Music. Brass Quintet. LondonWilfrid Laurier UniversityChamberMusic ConcertWaterlooFriday April 01University of Western Ontario DonWright Faculty of Music. I Shall Keep Singing.LondonKitchener-Waterloo Symphony.Gerstein Plays Rach 2.Kitchener.-$Saturday April 02 Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony.Family Concert: A Family of Strings-A Worldof Music.Kitchener.Wilfrid Laurier UniversityChamberMusic ConcertGuelph Chamber ChoirBrahms: AGerman RequiemGuelph.Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony. GersteinPlays Rach 2.Wilfrid Laurier UniversityWLUWind EnsembleWaterlooSunday April 03 Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony. GenerationsIII.Kitchener.Elora Festival Singers. Bach: Mass inB Minor. Guelph. Monday April 04Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber Music46 thewholenote.comMarch 1 - April 7, 2011

SocietyIn Recital:Miriam Stewart-Kroeker,cello; Stephanie Mara, pianoWaterlooWednesday April 06University of Western Ontario DonWright Faculty of Music. Choir Finale.LondonKitchener-Waterloo Chamber MusicSocietyPenderecki String Quartet Alize RestaurantEvery Sun Scott Kemp Duo AlleycatzEvery Mon Salsa Night with DJ Frank Bischunwith Lessons Every TueCarlo BerardinucciBand, Swing & Jazz Cover Every Wed Swingin’ Jazz and Blues, FunkyR&B with Grayceful Daddies EveryThu Soul, R&B and Reggae, Refreshments,; Fridays and Saturdays Funk,Soul, Reggae, R&B, Top 40, Cover withoutdinner reservations.Mar 3,4 Ascension.Mar 5 Lady Kane. Mar 10,11,12 Mar 17,18 Ascension. Mar 19 Soular. Mar24,25,26 Lady Kane. Mar 31 Ascension.Annex Live, TheMar 17 Ivar Kangur CD Release Aquila RestaurantAzure Restaurant and BarEvery Thu, Fri, Sat Dan Bodanis Trio with BernieSenensky and Steve Wallace Black Swan, TheEvery WedThe Danforth Jam w/ Jon Long andFriends Bon Vivant RestaurantEvery Thu Bill Naphan Solo Guitar Every Fri Margaret Stowe Solo Guitar Brassaii Café Restaurant & LoungeEvery Tue Holly Clark C. In The Clubs (Mostly Jazz)WaterlooUniversity of Western Ontario DonWright Faculty of Music. Jazz Ensemble.LondonThursday April 07School of Fine Art and Music/Universityof Guelph. Thursday at Noon ConcertSeries: Student SoloistsKitchener-Waterloo Symphony.Bugs Bunny at the SymphonyKitchener.Castro’s LoungeEvery Sun Jeremy Rouse Trio (Jazz/Roots). Every Mon Smokey Folk (Bluegrass/Rockabilly) C’est WhatEvery Fri Hot Five Jazzmakers Chalkers Pub Billiards & BistroEvery WedGirls Night Out Vocalist-FriendlyJazz Jam with host Lisa Parti-(b) Norman Marshall Villeneuve (d) Mar 3 Kirk MacDonald Trio with Neil Swainson(b) featuring Dennis Mackrel (d). Mar 4 Kirk MacDonald Trio with Neil Swainson(b) featuring Dennis Mackrel (d). Mar 5Kirk MacDonald Trio withNeil Swainson (b) featuring Dennis Mackrel (d).Soul Stew .Mar 12 Vocalist Lisa Martinelli’s Quartetwith Adrean Farrugia (p) Kevin Turcotte (tp) PatCollins (b) Mar 19 Nancy WalkerQuartet “New Hieroglyphics” CD Release. NancyWalker (p) Ted Quinlan (g), Kieran Overs (b),Ethan Ardelli (d) Soul Stew . Mar 26 Chick N’ DeliEvery Mon Big Band Night . Every SatClimax Jazz Band .China House RestaurantEvery Thu Mar 3 Reg Schwager Quartet. Mar 10 ChaseSanborn Quartet. Mar 17 Steve Koven Trio. Mar24 Mike Lewis. Mar 31 Luis Mario Ochoa.Classico Pizza & PastaEvery Thu Jazz Guitarist Nate Renner Cobourg, TheIN THE CLUBSTime for SondheimORI DAGANCall it jazz-theatre fusion if you must. Stephen Sondheim’s musicinspired saxophonist Bobby Hsu to dream up and assemble “ASondheim Jazz Project.”“His songs are not only musically complex and lyrically highlysophisticated but beautifully melodic and singable,” Hsu asserts.“For me, one of the most fun things about the band is factoringdramatic and narrative aspects of the lyrics into the musical decisionmaking, something which as a jazz player I’d always ignoredbefore. Also, this band allows for ‘crossing over’ in both directions:exposing these songs tojazz people, and presentinga fresh take on them topeople familiar with musicaltheatre.” Hsu’s sensitivearrangements aside, his altowork has never soundedbetter. Rounded out bypianist D’Arcy Myronuk,bassist James McEleneyand drummer MorganChilds, the band focuses thenature, effervescent singerAlex Samaras.In the bandleader’swords, “Alex is the onlysinger I know who, besideshaving an incrediblybeautiful voice, is ableto pull off the balancebetween the ‘jazzy’ andthe dramatic elements ofthe arrangements.” SeriousSondheimites, reserve now:Bobby Hsu does Sondheim.March 5, 8-11pm at Ten Feet Tall and March 11, 5-8pm at Gate 403.Preview here: www.myspace.com/asondheimjazzproject.Winters’ WarmthMarch 22 (Stephen Sondheim’s birthday), Winters College at YorkUniversity is hosting a fundraiser to celebrate more than 20 yearsperformance spaces. College Master Marie Rickard puts it thusly: “Auniversity college is where students spread their wings. At Winters,they come together in a way that is totally distinct from how theyperform in their courses. This is where they experiment, take risks,pool their talents and work as a community of young artists. As theiradvocate, I want to draw attention to the fact that two of our mostloved and well-used college spaces really need a little TLC – betterlighting and acoustics, for a start.” Appearing at the fundraiser willbe York’s Oscar Peterson Chair in Jazz Performance, trombonemaster Ron Westray (who will be releasing a new CD at The Rex onMarch 2 and 3); alumna jazz vocalist/composer and faculty memberRita di Ghent; the York Gospel Choir; a cappella group WIBI, andmany other York faculty, alumni and students. Tickets are (in advance), and for students.To reserve, email wcmaster@yorku.ca.Kirk’s WorksThe great American songbook has been a grand compositional2” recording has just received a Juno nomination. “Typically whenI work as a leader I prefer to play my own music because it offersmore of a personal statement, and so, over the years I’ve developedMarch 1 - April 7, 2011 thewholenote.com 47PHOTO AMY MCCONNELL

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