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Volume 17 Issue 1 - September 2011

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Who is October’s Child?Already a chamber musician, butolder brother.This 3-time JUNO winning pianistgrew up on a steady diet of practise,Star Trek, practise, White Spothamburgers, practise … in a houseFind him in a lounge with somebroken hearts and madmen (nextmonth, in Toronto) and — speakingof madmen — playing someThink you know who our mysterychild is?Send your best guess just in case your name isdrawn! Winners will be selected byrandom draw among correct replies“This is my Professor face …”(He’s already practising hisFacebook persona.) Burnaby,British Columbia, 1966.SEPTEMBER'S CHILD OFRA HARNOY continued from page 12Your earliest musicalmemory?I remember being movedto tears at the age of 2 ½when hearing the recordingof the Cimarosa oboe concerto.I can still rememberthe melody.Where did hearing music fitinto your life as a child?part of my musical trainingas a child. Either listening tomultiple recordings, goingto classical music concertsor participating in chambermusic sessions; music wasalways part of my life likeeating, breathing or sleeping.Read the full interview TO OUR WINNERS! HERE’S WHAT THEY WONAllison Meistrich (Toronto) wins a pair of tickets to attend theopening of Mooredale Concerts’ 23rd season, Sept 25 (3:15pm, WalterHall): Ofra Harnoy makes her return to the Toronto concert stage withartistic director, Anton Kuerti, at the piano. This is their first-ever jointperformance and includes Bach’s Suite No. 3 for solo cello, Beethoven’s CelloSonata in A Major, Op. 69, and the Cello Sonata by César Franck.Leslie Toy (Toronto) and a young-at-heart friend will be Mooredale’sguests when Harnoy and Kuerti give a one-hour, interactive concert, atMusic & Truffles, September 25 (1:15 pm, Walter Hall). While this seriesseeks to engage younger people (ages 5–15), adults wishing to learn moreabout music-making are welcome.Joan McGorman (Ottawa) and Alison McTavish (Oakville) will be amongthe first to hear Ofra Harnoy Plays Vivaldi. This 5 CD boxed set, releasedAugust 2011, is a feast of Vivaldi concerti with The Toronto ChamberOrchestra, conductors Paul Robinson and Richard Stamp: RCA Red Labelrecordings made between 1988 and 1994. SONY 88697-88412-2Terry Lander (Toronto) and Patrick Huziak (Toronto) will receive OfraHarnoy’s Imagine: 19 Beatles classics featuring Harnoy on solo celloaccompanied at times by the Orford String Quartet or the Armin StringQuartet. These are live performances recorded at Glenn Gould Studio, FloraMcRae Auditorium, and St. Timothy’s in 1984 and 1985. SONY 68376MYLES CRAWFORD / UCCMusic’s Children thanks Linda, Liz, Christina, Katie, Steve, Robert, David, Myles.Fallis Voice StudioM ARY LOU FALLIS has a reputation as a teacher with a strong practical∂technical knowledge, musical imagination and an inspirational rapportwith her students. Ms Fallis maintains a studio in Toronto at the centrallylocated Trinity St. Paul’s Centre, 427 Bloor Street West. The classperforms recitals twice a year and has the advantage of Master Classeswith visiting artists and well known performers. An excellent professionalcollaborative pianist is available for lessons and coachings as needed.Call 416-925-6889 or email for fees and availability.Fall term starts September 12 th 2011www.maryloufallis.comSeptember 1–October 7, 2011 57

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