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Volume 17 Issue 1 - September 2011

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Sep 23 Carol McCartney Chris RobinsonJohn SherwoodKieranOvers Sep 24 Mark Eisenman Neil Swainson John Sumner Sep 29 John SherwoodSep 30 TerraHazelton Nathan Hiltz JordanO’Connor The Orbit RoomSep 15. Alysha Brillinger and KristenBussandri Painted Lady, TheEvery Mon Open Mic, all genres.Pantages Martini Bar and LoungeEvery Fri Robert Scott; Every SatSolo Piano:Various artists.Pero LoungeEvery Fri African Vibe.Every Sat Archie Alleyne’s Kollage.Pilot Tavern, TheSep 3 Don Palmer Quartet. Sep 10 Pat CollinsQuartet. Sep 17 Kirk MacDonald Quartet. Sep24 Ryan Oliver CD Release Party.QuotesGaryBensonFrank WrightDuncanHopkinsDon Vickery-Sep 16 Alex Dean Sep 23 Laurie BowerSep 30 DaveCaldwell Reposado Bar & LoungeEvery Wed Spy vs. Spy vs. Sly Every Thu, FriThe Reposadists.Reservoir Lounge, TheEvery MonSophia Perlman and the VipersEvery TueTyler Yarema and his Rhythm; EveryWedBradley and the Bouncers; Every ThuDave Murphy Band. Every FriDeeDee & theDirty Martinis; Every SatTyler Yarema and hisRhythm.-. Sep 1 Alex Pangmanand her Alleycatsevery month) Sep 23 Jill Peacock.Rex Hotel Jazz & Blues Bar, The-Sep 1 Kevin Quain; Stillman/Bullock 5. Sep 2 Hogtown Syncopators;Lester McLean; Shirantha Beddage.Sep 3 Danny Marks & Friends;Chris Hunt Tentet + 2; JustinC. In the Clubs (Mostly Jazz)Bacchus; Mr. Marbles. Sep 4 Excelsior Dixieland Jazz; Dr. Nick & theRollercoasters; Tom Reynolds; Scott Marshall. Sep 5 Peter Hill Quintet;Mike Malon Jazz Orchestra: RememberingDave McMurdo. Sep 6 TrevorGiancola Trio; Classic Rex Jazz Jam.Sep 7 Worst Pop Band Ever; Doug Burrell CD Release. Sep 8 KevinQuain; Trevor Watts Trio. Sep 9 Hogtown Syncopators; Lester McLean;Andre White Sextet CD Release. Sep10 Danny Marks & Friends; Laura Hubert; The Maisies; AndreWhite Sextet CD Release. Sep 11 ExcelsiorDixieland Jazz; Club Django; Tom Reynolds; Jon Challoner; Sep 12Peter Hill Quintet; Dave Young& Terry Promane Big Band. Sep 13 Trevor Giancola Trio; Classic Rex JazzJam. Sep 14 Worst Pop Band Ever;Mike Rud Quartet. Sep 15 Kevin Quain; Mike Rud Quartet. Sep16 Hogtown Syncopators; LesterMcLean; Dan Weiss Duo. Sep 17Danny Marks & Friends; SwingShift Big Band; The Maisies; DanWeiss Duo. Sep 18 Excelsior DixielandJazz; Bob Cary Orchestra; Tom Reynolds; Ted Quinlan Trio. Sep19 Peter Hill Quintet; Jazz inthe Point. Sep 20 Trevor Giancola Trio;Classic Rex Jazz Jam. Sep 21 Worst Pop Band Ever; Maria FarhinaBand. Sep 22 Kevin Quain, PatLaBarbera and Kirk MacDonald’s Annual Tributeto John Coltrane. Sep 23 Hogtown Syncopators;Melissa Boyce; PatLaBarbera and Kirk MacDonald’s Annual Tributeto John Coltrane. Sep 24 DannyMarks & Friends; Jerome Godboo; Justin Bacchus; Pat LaBarbera andKirk MacDonald’s Annual Tribute to John Coltrane.Sep 25 Excelsior Dixieland Jazz;Freeway Dixieland; Tom ReynoldsBlue Note Series hosted by Jake Wilkinson.Sep 26 U of T Student JazzEnsembles; Justin Grey’s Monsoon.Sep 27 Trevor Giancola Trio; Classic Rex Jazz Jam. Sep 28 WorstPop Band Ever; Jonathan Kreisberg.Sep 29 Kevin Quain; JonathanKreisberg. Sep 30 Hogtown Syncopators;Lester McLean; Rick RosatoCD Release.Ristorante RomaLive Jazz Every Fri & Sat . Every SunSaint Tropez, LeStatlers on ChurchEvery 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.www.aasf.caPEACOCK STRUTS SOME SOUL!Vocalist and songwriter Jill Peacock recently relocated to Torontoafter a life-changing experience studying at Boston’s prestigiousBerklee College, where she initially enrolled as a piano major. “Ihad played classical piano all my life … but once I was there, I foundmyself more drawn to the vocal department and auditioned for atransfer … I had to work hard to keep up with students who had beensinging for a long time but I loved every minute of the challenge!”Infused with a unique sweetness, Peacock’s voice is gentle asa kitten’s meow and every bit as precious. Skilled in jazz, soul,Motown and R&B standards, she is also a promising songwriter.7–9pm on September 23. www.jillpeacock.comRUBY A GEM TO BE SURE!considerable time honing his craft in Berlin and New York Citybefore settling in Toronto a few years back, and appropriately, hisfrom around the globe, this music is energetic, intelligent and fullof energy. Augmented by two extraordinary musical forces — bassistJordan O’Connor and percussionist Michel DeQuevedo — the Ericacts. Ruby is the title of the trio’s second CD, which will be releasedat Hugh`s Room on September 15. www.ericst-laurent.comREMEMBERING TRANE (1926–1967)Jazz icon John Coltrane would have turned 85 this month, and hismusical legacy lives on with multiple tributes in Toronto. Namedafter the master, The Trane Studio in The Annex will play hostto a pair of Coltrane tributes: the Michael Arthurs Quartet onSeptember 23 and the Scott Marshall Quartet on September 24. Andas is the annual tradition at the Rex Hotel for longer than we have beenKirk MacDonald will be paying tribute to the master with a threenighter,September 23–25., www.therex.caOri Dagan is a Toronto-based jazz vocalist,voice actor and entertainment journalist. He canbe contacted at Feet TallEvery 2nd and 4th Tue Dunstan Morey & theToronto Fingerstyle Guitar Association. EveryThu East End Jazz Jam hosted by Brendan DavisQuartet.Sep 4 Henry Heillig. Sep 10Samantha Clayton. Sep 11 SteveKoven. Sep 17 Donna Greenberg. Sep 18Kingsley Ettienne. Sep 24 BillMacLean. Sep 25 Debbie Fleming Trio.Trane StudioSep 3 Solona African Palm Wine Band.Sep 8 Andrew Damelin. Sep 9 Benjamin Amason. Sep 16 Justin Grey’sMonsoon. Sep 21 Peter Kauffman. Sep23 Coltrane Weekend: Michael ArthursQuartet. Sep 24 Coltrane Weekend: ScottMarshall Quartet. Sep 27 Luanda Jones &Baile Boom. Sep 30 Eliana Cuevas.48 thewholenote.comSeptember 1–October 7, 2011TranzacEvery Mon This is Awesome OpenMic. Every Fri The Foolish Things. -Sep 1 HoundstoothBluegrass & Oldtime. Sep 2 ExtraHappy Ghost! Sep 3 The New Heavenand the New Earth. Sep 4 Monk’s Music.Sep 6 The Rent. Sep 7 AndrewDowning & Jayme Stone: Banjo/Cello Duet. Sep8 Cletus Carlyle Bluegrass Band. Sep9 Jean Doench. Sep 10 ScottB. Sympathy. Sep 11 Lina AllemanoFour. Sep 13 Peripheral Vision. Sep 14 Stop Time. Sep 15 Shawn Clarke.Sep 16 My Home the Stars. Sep 17Nightjars CD Release. Sep 18 Composer’sWorkshop. Sep 21 St. Dirt ElementarySchool . Sep 22 Songs by Bert.Sep 23 Pat LePoidevin. Sep 24 Joe Hall. Sep 25 Steve Ward Presents.Sep 27 Drumheller. Sep 28 Horables. Sep 30 Ryan Driver Quartet.Zemra Bar & LoungeEvery Wed Open Mic and Jam.Every Fri Live Music Fridays.

D. The ETCeterasThanks to Culture Days (Sep 30, Oct 1 and 2) there are no fewerthan eight open rehearsals listed here, including one with BrainerdSee our new ETCETERA! categories below: OPEN HOUSE,OPEN JAM and OPEN REHEARSAL (thank you, Culture Days!).GALAS & FUNDRAISERSNota Bene Baroque. New Decade,New Name, Big Celebration. Waterloo. Ken Page Memorial Trust.13th Annual Fundraising Gala and Swinging JazzParty. -Access Education GuatemalaChildren`s Fund. Annual Gala. Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony.Gala Concert After Party. Kitchener.Toronto Philharmonia Orchestra.Venetian Gala Fundraiser. Archie Alleyne ScholarhipFund. 7th Annual Gala: “Syncopation: Life in theKey of Black.” --SCREENINGSToronto Opera Club. Five Murderersand Three Saints. LECTURES & SYMPOSIACanadian Opera Company.Opera Talks: Gluck’s Iphigenia in Tauris. -Opera Is. Basic Fundamentalsof Opera: “What is the Circle, the Lineand the Square?” Opera Is. Previewof Upcoming Operas. -Opera Is. Basic Fundamentalsof Opera: “Bel Canto: What is virtuosodisplay singing?” Lecture by Iain Scott. RoyalCanadSt. Olave’s ChurchPeachTea and Lively Talk: William Boyce. -Opera Is. Basic Fundamentalsof Opera: “Why is Verdi the “heart”of talian operas?” Colours of Music. Talk onMusic of the Day. -Barrie.StageToneScape. ClassicalMusic – What is it for Us?! -Canadian Opera Company.Opera Exchange: A Greek Family Reunion:Gluck’s Iphigenia in Tauris. --Heritage. September 1–October 7, 2011 49

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