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Volume 16 Issue 9 - June 2011

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Leipzig Mahler Festival. Rm. 224 NorthernDistrict Branch - Toronto Public Library, 40Orchard View Blvd. 416-993-9298.Free ( Society ofthe Performing Arts. Groundbreaking Academy.The ISPA Academy, an intensive two dayarts administration program at the Toronto2011 ISPA Congress, will focus on the predominantchallenges facing arts professionalsin the surrounding region. Open to the public.1-212-206-8490 x202. Common Search for the Creative Spark. Composer/DJNitin Sawhney and chorographer AkramKhan discuss the search for art and howit is inspired by their collaborative partnership.Tiff Bell Lightbox, Reitman Square, 350 KingSt. W. 416-368-3100. Free.MASTERCLASSESSinging Studioof Deborah Staiman. Masterclass. Musicaltheatre/audition preparation, using textualanalysis and other interpretative tools for the“sung monologue.” Yonge & Eglinton area –please call for exact location. 416-483-9532.www.singingstudio.caWORKSHOPSTD Toronto JazzFestival. Ken Page Memorial Trust WorkshopSeries. Workshops led by Ted Quinlan, BernieSenensky, Ross Porter, Cathy Mitro, John Mac-Leod, Jay Cleary, Don Thompson and NicoleE. The ETCeterasRampersaud. HMV Store at Metro Square, 221King St. W. 416- 928-2033. Free. For dailyworkshop topics, visit www.torontojazz.comTD Toronto Jazz Festival.“Jazz for the Teach” Workshop. Jazz educatorsChristine Duncan & Shirantha Beddage. ImperialPub, 54 Dundas St. E. 416- 977-4667. Free.TD Toronto Jazz Festival.Ken Page Memorial Trust Workshop Series.Youth Jazz Showcase Workshop with BerkleeGlobal Jazz Institute Quartet. Rex Hotel, 194Queen St. W. 416- 598-2475. Free.TD Toronto Jazz Festival.Ken Page Memorial Trust Workshop Series. BigBand Slam: Big bands from high schools acrossToronto duke it out. Andrew Jones moderatesand shares his big band experience. Rex Hotel,194 Queen St. W. 416- 598-2475. Free.ANNOUNCEMENTSRotmanResearch Institute, Baycrest, University ofToronto. Musical and Autobiographical Memory.Dr. Takako Fujioka is seeking composersable to participate in a one-time 1.5 hour testingsession at Baycrest hospital (401 BathurstSt.) involving listening to music and keywordsand recalling associated memories. For furtherdetails about the study, interested individualsshould contact Dr. Takako Fujioka at or by phone at 416-785-2500 x3413.TorontoPublic Library/Neighbourhood Arts Network.Culture Days. The Toronto Public Libraryis offering free venues to Toronto-based artistsand arts organizations wishing to be partof Culture Days on September 30 and October1, 2011. 45 TPL branches will provide varioustypes of venues at no cost, enabling artists totake their practice out of their private studiosinto the accessible spaces of library branches.To be considered the arts activity must be freeand interactive. Applications available online.416-646-7469. www.culturedays.caKingsway Conservatoryof Music. The Halls are Alive - MusicalOpen House. Studio tours, information andregistration for private lessons. 2848 Bloor St.W. 416-234-0121.Harbourfront Centre. HATCH 2012. Programmeopen to all Toronto-area artists anddesigned to incubate and foster invention andinnovation in local performance. Selected artistsreceive a 1-week residency, professionalsupport and resources. District School Board. SummerSchool for the Arts. For students grades 8-12who have a talent and passion for creativewriting, dance, drama, music, theatre or visualarts, or those interested in graphic design,tography.No audition is required. Courses runJuly 4–July 29 from 8:30am-3:15pm at CardinalCarter Academy for the Arts, 36 Green-CanadianFolk Music Awards. Seventh Annual CFMAs.Inviting all Canadian folk, roots and world musiciansto submit for the 2011 awards. Open toCanadian artists who have released recordingsbetween June 15, 2010 and June 14, 2011.For complete details,visit: Company. Tour the Four Seasons Centrefor the Performing Arts. 416-363-8231. 145Queen St. W. ; (sr/st); free(12 and under). Ongoing: MNJCC Senior’s ChoirLET YOURINNER SONGBE SUNGSenior (55+) choir meets every Tuesday, 1pm-2:30pm. No experience necessary, everyonewelcome. 416-924-6211 x133. drop-in. Naxos Music Library accessible from home,iPhone or iPod Touch to more than 46,000 classicalCDs with your library card. Go to and type Naxos in thesearch box. More info: 416-393-7131.Registration open: Canadian Opera Company.Summer Youth Intensive July 4-8. Forages 14-18. Operatic music, movement, drama,production & design, guided by professionals inquired.416-306-2692. 5. www.coc.caRegistration open: Canadian Opera Company.Summer Opera Camp. July 11-15, 9am,-3:30pm (ages 7-9); July 18-22, 9am-3:30pm(ages 10-12) . Participants play, sing, danceand create visual art with professional artisteducatorsand create their own operatic adventureto be performed for friends and family onthe last day of camp. No audition or prior experienceis required; some bursaries available.416-306-2692. 5. Gallery of Ontario.Art That Sings. Installation. 8 JUNOAward winning and nominated musicians singleout Canadian artistic works that serve as aninspiration. Art Gallery of Ontario, 317 DundasSt. W. 416-979-6660 x403.ALEXANDER KATS (416) 340-1844alexander.kats@sympatico.caWhole ClassicalVoice Training for all ages inall styles of SingingClassical Voice Trainingusing Yoga Postures,Alexander Technique,Mindful Meditation techniques,and Expressive MovementOn Bayview at Eglintonwww.83VOICE.com416 83 VOICE(838-6423)Auditions 2011 2012Monday June 13, 6-9pmTuesday June 14, 6-9pmChoral Singing ExcellenceFor Children & YouthTo book an auditioncontact us at(905) 337-7104www.oakvillechildrenschoir.org44 thewholenote.comJune 1 – July 7, 2011

Classified Advertising | classad@thewholenote.comAUDITIONS / MUSICIANS WANTEDAUDITION! FOR NEW SINGERS ENSEM-BLE: Professional commitment required.Studio also offers singing and piano lessons,vocal coaching, accompanying!Email: Director.Ensemble@gmail.comBAND AUDITIONS? start at just for 20 words. No band toosmall, or too large! classad@thewholenote.comBAND DIRECTOR sought to work in the Long& McQuade Bloor New Horizons Bands organization.The position requires an enthusiastic andpositive attitude, experience working with andteaching mature adults in a concert band setting,and a solid understanding of band methodpedagogy. Well developed inter-personal skillsare crucial as is a good sense of humour. Rehearsalclasses are held in the morning or in theevening. This is a paid part-time position. Seriousconsideration will be given to retired musicteachers. If interested, please e-mail your resumeor questions to nhbdirector@gmail.comor call 647-201-8780.www.newhorizonsbloor.caLEAD VOCALIST NEEDED: St. Paul’sLorne Park Anglican Church south-westMississauga. One year contract, 3-4 hoursper week, starting immediately. For aninterview and audition send resume toMETROPOLITAN UNITED CHURCH in downtownToronto has openings for volunteer singersin the Metropolitan Choir. Singers musthave excellent sight reading skill and prior experience.Rehearsals are Thursday eveningsfor the services on Sunday morning. Variedrepertoire will include Bach “Christmas Oratorio”and “B Minor Mass” in 2011-2012. ContactPatricia Wright at 416-363-0331 ext. 26or STRINGS THEATRE offers professionaltraining and performance opportunitiesfor singer/actors and orchestral musiciansages 13-21. Be part of our July 27-30production of Sweeney Todd, The DemonBarber of Fleet Street! directors@nostringstheatre.comor SYMPHONY is looking for the followingto play in 4 subscription concerts eachseason. Rehearsals Wed nights at York MillsCI, Don Mills. Trombone, Trumpet, Double Bass& Violin Please phone 416-628-9195 or emailinfo@nyco.on.caSt. JOHN’S UNITED CHURCH (Victoria Parkand 401), Scarborough seeks a Director ofMusic (Organist and Choir Director), approximately16 hours/week. Salary commensuratewith RCCO guidelines. Our congregationenjoys traditional and contemporary music. Foradditional information please see our Please send resumewith references to: Worship Committee, St.John’s United Church, 2 Nobert Road, Scarbor-416-491-1224.Additional information – A. McLeod416-497-5952WANTED Strings for Brilliantly Baroque,Sunday each month 2-5PM. ericarao@mac.comYOUR AD COULD GO HERE: only for 20words, or with a box by 6pm June 20th.classad@thewholenote.comINSTRUCTIONCONCERT PIANIST EVE EGOYAN(M. Mus., L.R.A.M., F.R.S.C.) offers lessonsto committed musicians as well as returningadults (,416 894 6344,, PIANO, THEORY LESSONS: RCMexam preparation. Samantha Chang, RoyalAcademy of Music PGDip, LRAM, ARCT.416-293-1302, LESSONS: Beginners – advanced.All levels Royal Conservatory of Music andbeyond. Intensive course for adults. Lessonsare given on a 9 foot Steinway concertgrand. 416-449-1665MAKING MUSIC WITH THE RECORDER.After 30 years at The Royal Conservatory,Scott Paterson has opened his own studio. Allages; private lessons and ensembles. Centrallocation. Mus. Bac. Perf. (U of T), ARCT, memberORMTA. 416-759-6342(cell 416-268-1474) wspaterson@gmail.comSTUDY JAZZ SINGING WITHORI DAGAN! Scat, swing, improvisation,repertoire development, performance 416-509-3137www.oridagan.comSIMON CAPET (L.R.A.M) offers piano andtheory lessons to students of all levels andages in Roncesvalles (Bloor & Dundas St. W) (416) 893-6264.VIOLIN SCHOOL: Have fun learning violin!Individual and group lessons for children andadults. Register for September by August 15,and recive one month free. Contact; Nelly Dios416 323-3481 (Yonge&St.Clair )WISH YOU WERE SINGING? Shy? Sing withan experienced “professional” amateur.Groups or individuals. Occasions. Sliding scale.Call Johanne (416) 461-8425FOR SALEEUPHONIUM: Classic Besson,.4 valve, com-Children'sPianoLessonsFriendly, approachable -and strict!Liz Parker416.544.1803liz.parker@rogers.comQueen/BathurstComprehensive · . ResidentialSoundproo?ng Solutions June 1 – July 7, 2011 45leon 416-995-4016

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