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Volume 17 Issue 10 - July/August 2012

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37 Main Street East, Huntsville.• July 6: Anagnoson & Kinton. ; (sr);(youth); • July 7: Harry Manx’s WorldAffair. ; (sr); (youth); • July 11:LIGHTS. ; (sr); (youth); • July 12:Martha Wainwright. ; (sr); (youth);• July 13: Colm Wilkinson. ; (sr);(youth); • July 15: George Canyon. ;(sr); (youth); • July 17: Jim CuddyTrio. ; (sr); (youth); • July 19:Molly Johnson. ; (sr); (youth);• July 21: Jian Ghomeshi. ; (sr);(youth); • July 25: John McDermott.; (sr); (youth); • July 26: JoelPlaskett Emergency. ; (sr); (youth);• July 27: Martha Wainwright. ; (sr);(youth); • August 1: Arvel Bird. ;(sr); (youth); • August 2: Northern JazzRevue. ; (sr); (youth); • August 3:Bennie Meets Artie. ; (sr); (youth);• August 4: Nikki Yanovsky. ; (sr);(youth); • August 8: Colin James. ;(sr); (youth); • August 9: MacHomer.; (sr); (youth); • August 11:Searson. ; (sr); (youth); • August17: Matt Andersen. ; (sr); (youth);• August 19: Chantal Kreviazuk. ; (sr);(youth); • August 22: Spinney Brothers.; (sr); (youth).Jamaica 50 Village @ JambanaAugust 6Downsview Park, Toronto, ON905-452-1911www.jambana.comJazz in July Summer Music ProgramsJuly 9 to July 13; July 16 to July 20Amherst, MA, USA413-545-3530www.jazzinjuly.comA concentrated two-week program allowingparticipants to study jazz improvisation at theUniversity of Massachusetts Amherst with44S. Summer Festivalsleading artists and educators. Tuition: 0 USplus room and board; for application details, visitthe website.Workshops and performances take place at theUniversity of Massachusetts Amherst Fine ArtsCentre, 273 East 51 Presidents Drive, AmherstMA, USA.• July 11 and July 18 7:00: Club Jazz in July.Performances by workshop participants: vocaland instrumental ensembles. .• July 12 and July 19: Jazz in July All-StarConcerts. Featuring collaborations between theJazz in July faculty. ; (sr/st).Kincardine Summer Music FestivalAugust 5 to August 18Kincardine, ON519-396-9716www.ksmf.caVP – Victoria Park, Princes St. N. at DurhamMark Street SouthBWGI – Best Western Governor’s Inn, 791Durham StreetKPC – Knox Presbyterian Church, 904 PrincesStreetSAS – St. Anthony’s School, 709 Russell Street• August 5 4:00: 4 O’Clock in the Park: CharlieBell Quartet. Charlie Bell, jazz saxophone/clarinet;Andy Harasymczuk, guitar; Jack McFadden,double bass; Mark Mariash, drums. VP. Free;7:30: KSMF Jazz Faculty All-Stars. Jules Estrin,trombone; Amy Peck, saxophone; Brian O’Kane,trumpet; Earl MacDonald, piano; Geoff Young,guitar; Mike Downes, bass; Joel Hayes, drums.BWGI. .• August 6 4:00: 4 O’Clock in the Park: CaroleWarren Trio. Carole Warren, jazz vocals; BobHewus, bass. VP. Free; 7:30: The Antler RiverProject. Jazz and world music. Fiona Wilkinson,flute; Oliver Whitehead, guitar; StephenHolowitz, piano; Mitch Tyler, bass; Rob Larose,percussion; Alfredo Caxaj, vocals/percussion.BWGI. .• August 7 4:00: 4 O’Clock in the Park: RobbieAntone’s Blues Machine. VP. Free; 7:30: RobinFestival Performances2012Visit “The County” and experience world class chamber musicin a location known for exquisite beaches,historic homes, bike tours, antiques, vineyards & local artists.July 20 Music & DanceLinden String Quartetwith dancer, Lise-Marie Jourdain, fromThe National Ballet of CanadaJuly 27 ClassicsTokai String Quartet String Quartetwith guest artist, soprano,Becca KenneallyAugust 3 Music & PaintingTokai String Quartetwith pianist Peter Longworth,singer Melanie Conly & painter Celia SageAugust 10 FinalePort Milford Faculty Artists withMarie Berard & Peter LongworthFriday Evenings at 7:30pmSt Mary Magdalene Church, Picton OntarioTickets available online and at doorwww.mpmcamp.orgthewholenote.comBanks, vocals; Rick Taylor, guitar; Carlos delJunco, harmonica. BWGI. .• August 8 4:00: 4 O’Clock in the Park: JackMcFadden Trio. Jack MacFadden, bass. VP.Free; 7:30: Al Kay, Trombone, with Jazz.FM91Youth Big Band. BWGI. .• August 9 4:00: 4 O’Clock in the Park:JazzFM.91 Youth Big Band. VP. Free; 7:30:Denzal Sinclaire, jazz vocals, piano and composition.With Joel Haynes, drums; Mike Downes,bass. BWGI. .• August 10 4:00: 4 O’Clock in Park: JazzStudent Showcase. VP. Free; 7:30: SophiaPerlman, jazz vocals, and Adrean Farrugia, pian.,With Jason Hunter, sax. KPC. .• August 12 4:00: 4 O’Clock in the Park:Kincardine Brass/Weston Silver Band. VP. Free;7:30: Ensemble Vivant. Catherine Wilson, piano.KPC. .• August 13 4:00: 4 O’Clock in the Park: MySweet Patootie. Sandra Swannell, violin andvocals; Terry Young, guitar/banjo/mandolin/whistles.VP. Free. 7:30: Marc Djokic, violin; KatiGleiser, piano. KPC. .• August 14 4:00: 4 O’Clock in the Park:Andrea Matchett, singer/songwriter. VP. Free;7:30: Kati Gleiser, piano. KPC. .• August 15 4:00: 4 O’Clock in the Park:Jason Hunter Jazz Trio. VP. Free; 7:30: CarolineLeonardello, Concert Harp; Markin Larkin, Organ.KPC. .• August 16 4:00: 4 O’Clock in the Park: ThePleats. Celtic, country and bluegrass. LaurieDalton, bass/guitar/vocals; Brenda Manderson,piano/flute/acoustic/guitar/vocals; Nicole Reid,fiddle/guitar/vocals; Nick Reid, bagpipes/snaredrum/djembe. VP. Free; 7:30: Brassroots.Classical works, jazz, pops and original works forbrass ensemble. KPC. .• August 17 4:00: 4 O’Clock in the Park:Georgian Bay Symphony Youth Orchestra.Richard Mascall, conductor. VP. Free; 7:30:Made in Kincardine. Turina: Piano Quartet Op.67;Dohnányi: Serenade for String Trio Op.10; Fauré:Piano Quartet No.2 in g. Marc Djokic, violin;Jasmine Schnarr, viola; Thomas Beard, cello;Kati Gleiser, piano. KPC. .• August 18 10:00am: Beginning StudentsConcert: Beginning strings and band programsperform after a week of study at KSMF. SAS.Free; 1:00: Junior and Senior Students Concert.Strings, band and choir students at KSMF. SAS.Free; 4:00: Chamber Music Student Showcase.KPC. Free.Leith Summer FestivalJune 30 to August 25Leith, ON1-888-446-7699 or 519-371-2833www.leithfestival.caAll concerts at 7:30pm, at Historic Leith Church,419134 Tom Tomson Ln., Leith.Tickets: (adults); (students with ID).• July 14: L’accordéoniste: Latin Heat.Kimberly Barber, mezzo; Mary-Lou Vetere, accordion;Peter Tiefenbach, piano; Carol Bauman,percussion.• July 28: Jayme Stone’s Room of Wonders.Jayme Stone, banjo; Kevin Turcotte, trumpet;Joe Phillips, bass; Nick Fraser, percussion.• August 11: Evening Enchantment: Chopin’sNocturnes. Roberto Prosseda, piano.• August 25: The Donna Steinacher BursaryStars. Kati Gleiser, piano; Emily Aquin, violin;Sebastian Osterag, cello; Renee Kruisselbrink,piano.Live from the Rock Folk FestivalRed Rock, ONAugust 10 to August 12807-344-4021www.livefromtherock.comAll shows take place at Pull-A-Log Park, RedRock, ON.Weekend Pass: (adult)/(adv); (senior/student)/(adv); $10(child)Day Pass: (adult); (senior/student);(child).Camping: /person for the weekend;free(under 12).There are four daytime workshop stages duringthe festival. For details see website.• August 10 5:00 to Midnight (45 minutesets): Danny Johnson; Manitoba Hal; Jory Nash;Tracy K; Mark Reeves; Big Dave McLean; Dala;Jack de Keyzer; The Carruthers Brothers.• August 11 5:00 to Midnight (45 minutesets): Olivia Korkola; Ken Hamm; Wendell &Wheat; Vance Gilbert; Oh My Darling; KimChurchill; Rita Chiarelli; The Auditor General.• August 12 1:00 to 5:00 (45 minute sets):Ian Tamblyn; Heather Blush & the Uppercuts;Rodney Brown; Fred Eaglesmith; Live from theRock Choir led by David Buley.Markham Jazz FestivalMarkham and Unionville, ONAugust 16 to August 19905-305-7469 or 1-800-768-8801www.markhamjazzfestival.comAll concerts are FREE except for the “15thAnnual Birthday Blues Bash” on August 16,8pm.PS – Primary Stage, Millennium Bandstand,Main Street and Fred Varley Drive, UnionvilleSS – Secondary Stage, Varley Patio, 216 MainStreet, UnionvilleMS – McKay Stage, McKay Art Centre Lawn,197 Main Street, Unionville• August 16 8:00: 15th Annual BirthdayBlues Bash. Shakura S’Aida, Treasa Levasseur,Harrison Kennedy, Monkey Junk and Fathead.Flato Markham Theatre, 171 Town CentreBlvd., Markham. (includes reception and silentauction).• August 17 7:00: Jazz FM Big Band. PS;9:00: Lester McLean Big Band. PS.• August 18 12:30: Julia Cleveland Quintet.SS; 12:30: Michael Pickett. MS; 1:00: BarryElmes Quintet. PS; 2:30: Ray Montford. SS;2:30: Maria Farinha. MS; 3:00: HeavyweightsBrass Band. PS; 4:30 Fern Lindzon. MS; 4:30:Mike Murley. SS; 5:00: Roberto Occhipinti. PS;6:30: Heather Bambrick. SS; 6:30: MAZ. MS;7:00: Marc Jordan. PS. And and many others.• August 19 12:30: Solveig Barber. SS; 1:00:Cecilia Monte. PS; 2:00: Ineke Van Doom &Marc Van Vugt Group. MS; 2:30: Scott SuttieQuinte. SS; 3:00: Pete Mills with Tony Monaco.PS; 4:00: Afrotech. MS; 4:30: Don MenzaQuintet and the Buffalo Jazz Quintet. SS; 5:00:Chuck Jackson and All-Stars. PS. And and manyothers.Midland’s Summer SerenadeJuly 6 to August 10Midland, ON705-528-0521www.brooksidemusic.comMCC – Midland Cultural Centre, 333 King StreetSPUC – St. Paul’s United Church, 308 KingStreetTen-concert subscription: 0(adults);(students)Create your own six concert series:5(adults); (students)Individual tickets: (adults); (students);Free(under 12)July 1 – September 7, 2012

July 6 8:00: Sinfonia Toronto. Nurhan Arman,director. St. Paul’s United Church, 308 King St.,Midland. ; (sr); free(under 13).• July 13 8:00: Thompson and French. Musicdedicated to the life and music of Brahms.Victoria Thomson, soprano, John French, piano.SPUC.• July 15 2:00: Buzz Brass. Frédéric Gagnonand Sylvain Lapointe, trumpet; Pascal Lafrenière,horn; Jason De Carufel, trombone; SylvainArsenault, bass trombone. MCC.• July 20 8:00: David Jalbert, piano. SPUC.• July 22 2:00: Wolak and Donnelly. Classical,contemporary and jazz repertoire. Kornel Wolak,clarinet; Chris Donnelly, piano. MCC.• July 27 8:00: Bax and Chung. Alessio Baxand Lucille Chung, piano duo. SPUC.• July 29 2:00: Vesuvius. Renaissance and baroqueItalian music by the Vesuvius Ensemble.MCC.• August 3 8:00: Zodiac Trio. Music for clarinet,violin and piano. SPUC.• August 6 2:00: Anton Kuerti and the AfiaraString Quartet. SPUC.• August 10 8:00: Cecilia String Quartet.SPUC.Mill Race FestivalAugust 3 to August 5Cambridge, ON519-621-7135www.millracefolksociety.comMiramichi Folksong FestivalAugust 5 to August 10Miramichi, NB506-622-1780www.miramichifolksongfestival.comMusic and BeyondJuly 4 to July 15Ottawa, ON613-241-0777www.musicandbeyond.caDiamond Pass: 0 (includes priority seating toall events, excluding Music and Dining)Festival Pass: $100; (st); does not includeentry into Festival Plus Concerts3-Day Pass: ; (st); does not include entryinto Festival Plus ConcertsFestival Plus Concerts: prices as indicated; discountedprice with Festival Pass.CASM – Canadian Aviation and Space Museum,11 Aviation ParkwayCM–Cumberland Museum – 2940 Old MontrealRoadCCC – Christ Church Cathedral – 439 QueenStreetDCUC – Dominion Chalmers United Church, 344Cooper StreetDCCWM – Diefenbunker: Canada’s Cold WarMuseum – 3911 Carp RoadKPC – Knox Presbyterian Church, 120 LisgarStreetMKUC – MacKay United Church, 39 DufferinRoadNAC – National Arts Centre, Southam Hall, 53Elgin StreetNDCB – Notre Dame Cathedral Basilica, 375Sussex DriveOTHSA – Ottawa Technical High SchoolAuditorium, 440 Albert StreetRC – Rideau CanalSAC – St. Andrew’s Church, 82 Kent StreetSBC – St. Barnabas Church, 70 James StreetSBCA – St. Brigid’s Centre for the Arts, 310 St.Patrick StreetSF – Saunder’s Farm, 7893 Bleeks Road,MunsterJuly 1 – September 7, 2012TH – Tabaret Hall, Ottawa University, 550Cumberland Street• July 4 8:00: Opening Gala. Handel: Zadokthe Priest; Korngold: Glück, das mir verlieb;Bizet: Toreodor Song; Verdi: O patria mia;Lehàr: Meine Lippen sie küssen so heis; and otherworks. Yannick-Muriel Noah, soprano; JamesWestman, tenor; Alexandre da Costa, violin;Stéphane Lemelin, piano; Menahem Pressler, piano;Theatre of Early Music; and others. DanielTaylor, conductor. DCUC. Festival Plus Concert:–; – with Festival Pass.• July 5 8:45am: Pre-Concert Yoga. WithVeronique Paradis. DCUC. $10–; free withFestival Pass; 10:00am: Coffee Concert: FourCenturies of Bach. Bach: Trio BWV527; Sonatafor Violin in E; Three Chorale Preludes; Sonatafor Oboe BWV1030a. John Abberger, oboe;Adrian Butterfield, violin; Amanda Keesmaat,cello; Luc Beausejour, harpsichord. TH. $10–; free with Festival Pass; 12:00: Fine ArtsQuartet. Haydn: Quartet Op.74 No.2; Dohnanyi:Quartet No.2 Op.15; Zimbalist: Quartet.DCUC. $10–; free with Festival Pass;8:00: A Lover and His Lass. Works by Mozart,Schumann, Britten, Rossini, Vaughan Williamsand Bernstein. Wallis Giunta, mezzo; JohnBrancy, baritone; Peter Dugan, piano. DCUC.$10–; free with Festival Pass; 8:00: Musicand Dance. Exploration of the link between musicand dance, from the Baroque to presenttime. Sonia Rodriguez, Piotr Stanczyk, Marie-Nathalie Lacoursière and Mickael Bouffart, dancers;Yehonatan Berick, violin; Paul Marleyn,cello; Daniel Bolshoy, guitar; Marie Bouchard,harpsichord. OTSHA. $10–; free withFestival Pass; 8:00: The Lord of the Rings:The Fellowship of the Ring in Concert. HowardShore’s score performed by the National ArtsCentre Orchestra. NAC. –5(availableonly at NAC Box Office: 613-947-7000 x620);Festival pass holders receive 10% discount.Presented by the NAC; 11:00pm: RachmaninoffPiano Trios. Rachmaninoff: Trio Élégiac No.1 ing; Trio Élégiac No.2 in d. Arianna Warsaw-Fan,violin; Julian Armour, cello; Matthew Larkin, harmonium;Andrew Tunis, piano. DCUC.$10–;free with Festival Pass.• July 6 12:00: Menahem Pressler and thePrincipal Winds of the National Arts CentreOrchestra. Mozart: Quintet for Piano andWinds; Beethoven: Quintet for Piano and Winds.Menahem Pressler, piano; Charles Hamann,oboe; Kimball Sykes, clarinet; Lawrence Vine,horn; Christopher Millard, bassoon. DCUC. $10–; free with Festival Pass; 2:00: JewishComposers Through the Ages. Copland: QuietCity; Meyerbeer: Quintet for Clarinet andStrings; Gershwin: Lullaby; Korngold: Suite forTwo Violins, Cello and Piano; Rossi: SonataSettima sopra l’Aria d’un Balletto; Glick: OldToronto Klezmer Suite. Marie Bérard andArianna Warsaw-Fan, violins; Guylaine Lemaire,viola; Julian Armour and Paul Marleyn, cellos;and others. DCUC. $10–; free with FestivalPass; 5:00: Yehonatan Berick – Solo. Works byBartók, Albeniz, Ysaÿe and others. YehonatanBerick, violin. SBC. $10–; free with FestivalPass; 8:00: Borodin Quartet – Brahms &Tchaikovsky. Tchaikovsky: Quartet Movementin B-flat; Quartet No.1 in D Op.11; Brahms:Quartet No.1 in c Op.51. DCUC. Festival PlusConcert: –; – with FestivalPass; 8:00: The Central Band of the CanadianForces. CASM. Free; 11:00pm: Fauré NocturnesI. Fauré: Nocturnes Nos. 1, 5, 11, 9, 4, 3 and 6.Stéphane Lemelin, piano. DCUC. $10–; freewith Festival Pass.• July 7 10:00am: Spotlight on Youngthewholenote.comPerformers: Kerson and Stanley Leong. Worksby Brahms, Debussy, Saint-Saëns, Prokofiev,Piazolla and Kodály. Kerson Leong, violin; StanleyLeong, cello; Bryan Wagorn, piano. MKUC. $10–; free with Festival Pass; 12:00: GoldbergVariations. Bach: The Goldberg Variations. ZhuXiao-Mei, piano. DCUC. $10–; free withFestival Pass; 2:00: Inspired by Music. Inspiredby Mozart, Pachelbel, Mahler, Cable and others,the works of eight visual artists will bescreened while the music is performed live, anddisplayed in the lobby. Yehonatan Berick, violin;Marie Bérard and Manuela Milani, violin;Guylaine Lemaire, viola; Julian Armour, cello;Kimball Sykes, clarinet; Matthew Larkin, harpsichord.OTHSA. $10–; free with FestivalPass; 8:00: Bach Motets. Ottawa Bach Choir,Lisette Canton, director. KPC. $10–; freewith Festival Pass; 8:00: Menahem Presslerand the Jupiter Quartet. Works by Mendelssohn,Debussy and Mozart. Jupiter String Quartet;Menahem Pressler, piano. DCUC. $10–; freewith Festival Pass; 8:00: Acrobats, Dancers andMusicians from China. Twenty-five musicians,dancer, and acrobats from the Wuxi Culture& Art Centre. OTHSA. $10–; free withFestival Pass; 8:00: The Complete Brahms ViolinSonatas. Alexandre Da Costa, violin; WonnySong, piano. SAC. $10–; free with FestivalPass; 11:00pm: Fauré Nocturnes II. StéphaneLemelin, piano. DCUC. $10–; free withFestival Pass.• July 8 9:30am: Handel’s Water Music.London Handel Players; Theatre of Early Music.RC. Free; 11:00am: Kid’s Music Adventure inthe Cumberland Museum. CM. $10–; 2:00:Borodin Quartet: Brahms & Tchaikovsky II.Brahms: Quartet No.2 in a Op.51; Tchaikovsky:Quartet No.2 in F Op.22. Festival Plus Concert:–; – with Festival Pass; 5:00:Choir of the Theatre of Early Music. DanielTaylor, director. KPC. $10–; free withFestival Pass; 8:00: Film Screening: The IronCurtain. See listings section D, “The ETCeteras,”under Screenings; 8:00: Baroque Opera Soirée.The Theatre of Early Music; Megan Follows, actor;Karina Gauvin, soprano; Nancy Argenta,soprano; Daniel Taylor, countertenor; CharlesDaniels, tenor; James Westman, baritone. DCUC.Festival Plus Concert: –; – withFestival Pass; 8:00: Acrobats, Dancers andMusicians from China. OTHSA, $10–; freewith Festival Pass; 8:00: Denise Djokic and theJupiter Quartet. Works by Schubert and Ravel.Denise Djokic, cello; Jupiter String Quartet. SAC.$10–; free with Festival Pass.• July 9 12:00: Acrobats, Dancers andMusicians from China. OTHSA, $10–; freewith Festival Pass; Lecture: Science and Music.See listings section D, “The ETCeteras,” underLectures; 2:00: Song of Songs: Come into myGarden. Laurie Monahan, mezzo; Cristi Catt, soprano;Daniela Tosic, alto; Diana Brewer, mezzoand vielle; Shira Kammen, harp and vielle.KPC. $10–; free with Festival Pass; 8:00:Ottawa Wind Ensemble. Works by Bernstein,Holst, Cesarini, Anderson and others. TH. Free;8:00: I Musici de Montreal: String Serenades.Britten: Prelude and Fugue; Simple Symphony;Elgar: Serenade for Strings in e; Suk: Serenadefor Strings. DCUC. $10–; free with FestivalPass; 8:00: Music of John Armstrong. ArtistsTBA. TH. $10–; free with Festival Pass;8:00: Music, Dance and Acrobats from China.OTHSA. $10–; free with Festival Pass;8:00: Film Screening: The Iron Curtain. Seelistings section D, “The ETCeteras,” underScreenings.• July 10 12:00: Légendes: Music for Organand Harp. Caroline Leonardelli, harp; MatthewLarkin, organ. Works by Mahler, Glière,Grandjany and others. CCC. $10–; free withFestival Pass; 2:00: Music, Dance and Acrobatsfrom China. OTHSA. $10–; free withFestival Pass; 2:00: Zurich Academic Orchestraand Denise Djokic. Works by Tchaikovsky,Dvořák and Champagne. Denise Djokic, cello;Johanne Schlaefli, conductor. SBCA. $10–;free with Festival Pass; 5:00: Moscow StringQuartet. Works by Borodin and Gubaidulina.DCUC. $10–; free with Festival Pass; 8:00:Borodin Quartet: Brahms & Tchaikovsky III.Brahms: Quartet No.3 in B-flat; Tchaikovsky:Quartet No.3 in E-flat Op.30. DCUC. FestivalPlus Concert: –; – with FestivalPass; 8:00: Music, Dance and Acrobats fromChina. OTHSA, $10–; free with FestivalPass.• July 11 10:45am: Pre-Concert Yoga. WithVeronique Paradis. DCUC. $10–; free withFestival Pass; 12:00: The Rivered Earth Part I.Roth: Songs in Time of War. Philippe Honoré,violin; Michelle Gott, harp; Daniel Bolshoy, guitar.DCUC. $10–; free with Festival Pass;12:00: Trumpets and Organ. Karen Donnelly,trumpet; Steven Van Gulik, trumpet; MatthewLarkin, organ. DCUC. $10–; free withFestival Pass; 2:00: Friesen Interviews: BrunoMonsaingeon: Program One. See listings sectionD, “The ETCeteras,” under Interviews;5:00: Rivered Earth Part II. Roth: SharedGround; Ponicielli. Vikram Seth, host; PhilippeHonoré, violin; Seventeen Voyces. DCUC. $10–; free with Festival Pass; 6:00: Beyond theBomb: Music of the Cold War. Moscow StringQuartet; Daniel Bolshoy, guitar; Victor Herbiet,saxophone; and others. DCCWM. Festival PlusConcert: –; – with FestivalPass; 8:00: Organ of Notre Dame Basilica.Works by Tournemire, Vierne, Duruflé andFranck. Jennifer Loveless, organ; Choir of NotreDame Cathedral Basilica. NDSB. $10–; freewith Festival Pass; 9:00: Heavy Metal Violin.Rachel Barton Pine, violin; Earthen Grave, metalband. SBCA. $10–; free with Festival Pass.• July 12 12:00: The Rivered Earth Part III.Roth: The Traveller. Vikram Seth, host; PhilippeHonoré, violin; Seventeen Voyces; Music andBeyond Festival Orchestra. DCUC. $10–; free with Festival Pass; 2:00: FriesenInterviews: Bruno Monsaingeon: Program Two.See listings section D, “The ETCeteras,” underInterviews; 4:00: Paganini: The CompleteCaprices. Rachel Barton Pine, violin. SBC. $10–; free with Festival Pass; 8:00: Band ofthe Ceremonial Guard. Works by Bach, Holst,Prokofiev, Borodin and others. TH. $10–;free with Festival Pass; 8:00: New Orford StringQuartet. Works. Debussy: String Quartet Heto:String Quartet No.2; Beethoven: String Quartetin C Op.59 No.3. SAC. $10–; free withFestival Pass; 8:00: The Rivered Earth Part IV.Roth: The Seven Elements. Vikram Seth, host;Philippe Honoré, violin; Arianna Warsaw-Fan, violin;Paul Marleyn, cello; Jean Desmarais, piano;Seventeen Voyces. DCUC. $10–; free withFestival Pass.•July 13 12:00: Ottawa and Beyond I. Musicof Burge, Ka Nin, Hiscott and others. SAC. $10–; free with Festival Pass; 2:00: AlexanderTselyakov and Friends. Works by Ravel,Debussy, Milhaud and Saint-Saëns. AlexanderTselyakov, piano; Daniel Tselyakov, piano;Karen Donnelly, trumpet; Kimball Sykes, clarinet;Marie Bérard, violin; Arianna Warsaw-Fan, violin; Guylaine Lemaire, viola; and others.DCUC. $10–; free with Festival Pass; 6:00:A Brahms Night Out I. Brahms: Symphonies45

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