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Volume 16 Issue 9 - June 2011

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Dixieland Jazz; 3:30PM

Dixieland Jazz; 3:30PM Robbie Lane & the Disciples;7PM Tom Reynolds Trio; 9:30PM Earthtones.Jun 13 6:30PM Shields, Johnston &Fielding; 9:30 Jazz Mechanics Big Band. Jun14 6:30PM Richard Whiteman Trio; 9:30 ClassicRex Jazz Jam. Jun 15 6:30PM Trio; 9:30PM Lord Bubba. Jun 16 6:30 MorganChilds & Friends; 9:30 Gabriel Palatchi. Jun 174PM Hogtown Syncopators; 6:30PM The Jivebombers;9:45PM Yvette Tollar. Jun 18 12PMLayla Zoe; 3:30PM Jerome Godboo; 7PM JustinBacchus; 9:30PM Mirko Guerrini. Jun 1912PM Excelsior Dixieland Jazz; 3:30PM ClubDjango; 7PM Tom Reynolds Trio; 9:30PM CurtisMacDonald. Jun 20 6:30PM Shields, Johnston& Fielding; 9:30 John Cheesman Big Band.Jun 21 6:30PM Richard Whiteman Trio; 9:30Classic Rex Jazz Jam. Jun 22 6:30PM Hiltz Trio; 9:30 Annual Player’s Party (closedto the public) Jun 23 6:30PM Morgan childsTrio; 8PM Pat LaBarbera; 11PM Triodes feat.Ray Anderson. Jun 24 3PM Hogtown Syncopators;5PM The Jivebombers; 8PM Kelly Jefferson;11PM Triodes feat. Ray Anderson. Jun 2512PM Danny Marks & Friends; 3:30PM SwingShift Big Band; 8PM Mike Murley; 11PM BobbySparks Trio. Jun 26 12PM Excelsior Dixieland& Jazz Band; 3:30PM Freeway Dixieland; 7PMAlex Goodman; 9:30 Bobby Sparks Trio. Jun27 6:30 Eric St. Laurent Trio; 9:30 Ben Monderwith Barry Romberg. Jun 28 6:30 RichardWhiteman Trio; 9:30 John MacLeod’s Rex HotelOrchestra. Jun 29 5PM Worst Pop Band Ever;8PM Uri Caine Trio; 11PM Jangeun Bae withGreg Osby; Jun 30 5PM Raoul & the Big Time;8PM Uri Caine Trio; 11PM Jangeun Bae withGreg Osby.*Ristorante Roma*1090 Bloor St. W. 416-531-4000All shows: PWYCJun 24 8PM Victor Monsivais Latin Band. Jun25 5PM Coleman Tinsley Trio. Jun 26 6PMWelcome to Abbey’s Meltdown. Jun 27 6PMHotland Trio. Jun 28 6PM Doon.Jun 29 SiddarthJazz Band. Jun 30 Ed Vokurka Jazz ViolinTrio. Jul 1 5PM Coleman Tinsley Trio; 8PM VictorMonsivais Latin Band. Jul 2 5PM Sam theShark Trio; 8PM Bossa Tres.Saint Tropez, Le315 King St. W. 416-591-3600Live piano jazz 7 days a weekwww.lesainttropez.comStatlers on Church487 Church St. 647-351-0957www.statlersonchurch.caEvery Mon SINGular Sensation Open Mic wJenni Walls and Donvoan LeNabat Every TueChris Tsujiuchi; Every Wed Bram Zeidenberg;Every Thu Open Mic w Donavan LeNabat;Every Fri Julie Michels & Kevin Barrett; EverySat Alex Hopkins. Every Sun James Moyer.*Ten Feet Tall*1381 Danforth Ave. 416-778-7333www.tenfeettall.caEvery 2nd and 4th Tue Dunstan Morey & theToronto Fingerstyle Guitar Association. EveryThu Jazz Jam hosted by Brendan Davis Triow guest Chris Gale. Saturday Night Cabaret8PM PWYC: Jun 4 Thyron Lee Whyte &Ken Fornetran. Jun 11 Clela Errington. Jun 18At Ease. Sunday Afternoon Matinee 3:30-6:30PM NO COVER: Jun 5 Steve Koven Trio.Jun 12 Whitney Ross Barris & Shannon Butcher.Jun 19 Bruce Cassidy.Jazz Festival: all shows PWYC: Jun 249PM Kingsley Ettienne. Jun 25 3:30PM AmyMcConnell; 9PM Betty Richardson. Jun 263:30PM James Warburton’s Spirit of Jazz. Jun27 8PM David Occhipinti Trio feat. AndrewDowning. Jun 28 8PM Sam Broverman Trio.Jun 29 8PM Sultans of String. Jun 30 8PMOri Dagan. Jul 1 9PM Juliann Kuchoki. Jul 23:30PM June Garber; 9PM Alex Samaras singsSondheim. Jul 3 Carin Redman with Mark Kieswetter,Ross MacIntyre and Ben Riley.Trane Studio964 Bathurst St. (full schedule)Tranzac292 Brunswick Ave. (full schedule)3-4 shows daily, various styles.Every Mon Open Mic 10PM. Every Fri TheFoolish Things 5PM. Show this month include:Jun 1 Abigail Lapell.Jun 2 God’s Gift to Yoda.Jun 3 La Boheme (sung in English). Jun 4 LesPetits Nouveau. Jun 5 Monk’s Music. Jun 6City of Hope: AFC Fundraiser. Jun 7 Harley CardQuartet. Jun 8 Miles Ahead: Toronto Jazz Orchestrafeat Kevin Turcotte pays tribute to GilEvans. Jun 9 Anna Atkinson CD Release w/ Dogis Blue. Jun 10 Tim Posgate and Sorry Cousins.Jun 11 Scott B. Sympathy. Jun 12 Lina Allemano4. Jun 13 This is Awesome. Jun 14 TrevorGiancola Trio. Jun 15 Di Nigunim and Baronsof Tang. Jun 16 Bill Toms, John Allaire and GingerSt. James. Jun 17 Ugly Bug Band. Jun 18Michael Davidson. Jun 19 Believers. Jun 21 Molly Sweeney. Jun 22 CorrinaRose & Suzy Wilde. Jun 23 The Thing Is.Jun 24 Eric Chenaux and the Dead Rat Orchestra.Jun 25 Joe Hall. Jun 26 Steve Ward Presents.Jun 28 Muscox and the Unsupervised.Jun 29 Make It! Jun 30 Bluegrass and Oldtime.*Whistler’s Grille & Café Bar*995 Broadview Ave.All shows: NO COVERJun 24,25 6PM Darius Nargolwalla. Jun26,27 6PM Havana Blues Trio. Jun 28 6PMNate Hiltz and the Barricades. Jun 29 6PMSheree Jaecocke & Trio La Sera. Jun 30 6PMTone Dogs Blues Band. Jul 1 11AM: Ribfest:Jazz & Blues All-Day. Jul 2 6PM Chuck Jackson& the Allstars. Jul 3 6PM Havana Blues Trio.Zemra Bar & Lounge778 St. Clair Ave. W. 416-651-3123www.zemrabarlounge.comEvery Wed Open Mic and JamEvery Fri Live Music Fridays.Fundraisers, GalasETCETERA!ORI DAGANC-one exception is fundraisers/galas, which frequently fueldebate: concert listing, or ETCeteras?So how do we decide? Commingle. This musicalcharity event at Lula Lounge will feature a silent auction, doorPerforming at Commingle Saxophone Quartet, and three-time JUNO-nominated a cappella. But as you can see looking at the Galas and Fundraisers on theBetter than average festivals also have an impact on the Etceteras,presenting, or attracting, not only entertainment for the heart andPage Memorial Trust, this year’s TD Toronto Jazz Festival onceagain shows up in our Workshops section – a series of daily discus-this year’s workshops (detailed in full on the jazz festival’s websiteSymposiaGroundbreaking Academy takesperformers, agents, venues and arts organization who wish to attendmarketing for the arts and fundraising for organizations, large andto step back from tactics and think hard about strategy: how tosurvive and thrive in this persistently mutating global culture that include all the relevant details when you next contact us atLook for favourite live music venues onour website map, World of The WholeNotethewholenote.comPREMIERE SOURCE FOR HIGH QUALITY FOOD(416) 364-7397 www.pasqualebros.com42 thewholenote.comJune 1 – July 7, 2011

E. The ETCeterasGALAS & FUNDRAISERSMusic Mondays. 20th anniversarygala reception. Reception follows noonhourconcert by Wendy Weilier. RSVP: or 416-598-4521 x304.Music Gallery/Scion. SummerCourtyard Series: DUBLAB: TONALISM.All-night, 12-hour, multi-media season closingfundraising event for the Music Gallery. FeaturingDNTEL, Teebs, Matthewdavid and others.Music Gallery Courtyard and Sanctuary, 197John St. 416-204-1080. (after 9pm);(before 9pm); (adv); (series pass,June 3, 4, 9, 10).PATRICIA GREEN voiceMAX CHRISTIE clarinetNEW MUSIC CONCERTSSUNDAY JUNE 12 7 pmGALLERY 345New Music Concerts. FundraisingSoiree. Carter: Poems of Zukovsky;other works. Patricia Green, mezzo; MaxChristie, clarinet. Gallery 345, 345 SoraurenAve. 416-961-9594. (charitable receiptissued for CRA allowable portion).June 25 10am-2pm: Central TorontoBranch of the Ontario Registered MusicTeachers Association. Sale of Used Music.Sheet music, collections, texts beginner to advancedfor all instruments, voice and theory.St. John’s Norway Anglican Church, 470Woodbine Ave. 416-423-7837. Proceeds forstudent scholarships.Toronto Alliance forthe Performing Arts. Dora Mavor MooreAwards. Toronto’s theatre, dance and operaawards, hosted by Craig Lauzon and MichaelaWashburn. Pre-show VIP Reception from 6pm-7:30pm at the Sony Centre for the PerformingArts (1 Front St. E.); awards at 8pm at theBluma Appel Theatre at the St. Lawrence Centrefor the Arts, 27 Front St. E.; after partyto follow along Front Street. 416-366-7723.–$165. www.tapa.caCOMPETITIONS & SCHOLARSHIPSOriana Women’sChoir. Canadian Choral Composition Competitionfor Young Composers (30 Years and Under).Prizes of 00 for compositions in the followingcategories: i) new setting of the text SilentNight; ii) new setting of the text Laudate Dominum;iii) new setting of the poem Rubies byRalph Waldo Emerson. Winning compositionswill be performed by Oriana Women’s Choir’supcoming season. entry fee per composition;for SA/SSA/SSAA voices, a cappella orwith piano accompaniment. Deadline August 1.SCREENINGSLuminato. 2081 and Requiemfor a Dream. Film screenings feature originalscores by Luminato artist in residence, the KronosQuartet. TIFF Bell Lightbox, Cinema 5, 350King St. W. 416-368-3100. Free.Luminato. Music of CentralAsia, Volume 8. Documentary about KronosQuartet, Alim and Fargana Qasimov. David PecautSquare. 416-368-3100. Free.Luminato. Music of CentralAsia, Volumes 3 and 6. Volume 3: HomayunSakhi and the art of the Afghan rubab; Volume6: Alim and Fargana Qasimov and the SpiritualMusic of Azerbaijan. David Pecaut Square.416-368-3100. Free.Yonge-DundasSquare. Dancing in the Dark Summer Series.Pride Week Double Bill: Paris is Burning (1990)and Hairspray (1988). Free.Yonge-Dundas Square. Dancingin the Dark Summer Series. Beach BlanketBingo (1965). Free.LECTURES/SYMPOSIARoyal Conservatory.Keyboard Pedagogy Professional DevelopmentSummit: Renew, Refresh and Inspire. Intensive2-day professional development summit focuseson essential issues facing both establishedand emerging keyboard teachers. The summitwill take place July 24-25 at the Royal Conservatory.Before July 1: 5(includes lunch);0(student price, includes lunch). 416-408-2824 x350. Mahler SocietyMahler Symphony No. 5. Presentation onMahler’s Fifth including a CD comparison ofrecent and classic recordings. Review of theNo Strings TheatrepresentsSweeney ToddThe Demon Barber of Fleet StreetMusic and Lyrics byBook bySTEPHEN SONDHEIM HUGH WHEELER6 performances with orchestraJuly 27–30details on lineThere are still spaces in our programfor youths ages 13–21Registration Deadline June 15AUDITIONS are running now for our summer Pit Orchestra program!WWW.NOSTRINGSTHEATRE.COM80 Acadia Avenue, Unit 309, Markham ON L3R 9V1SalesViolin Viola Cello BowsRepair and RentalProfessional violin maker andString instrument rental servicePhilharmonic Music Ltd.SchoolPrivate lessons and examsViolin Viola Cello Bass905-784-2028 www.philharmoniccanada.comPublicity, press kits& image consultingfor performers416.544.1803www.lizpr.comJune 1 – July 7, 2011 43

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