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Volume 17 Issue 4 - December 2011

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SINGALONGSCity of Toronto Museums. Carolsin the Tavern at Montgomery’s Inn. Nineteenthcenturycarols, historic drinks, treats, mulledWinchevsky Centre. Latkes& Light: A Chanukah Delight!. Including stories,dreydel games, gelt, secular candle lighting andsingalong led by David Wall and Josh Engel and anCanada Sings!/Chantons Canada!Toronto-Riverdale. Neighbourhood Singalong.Folk, rock, ballads and Broadway. MarkpolitanCommunity Church of Toronto Hall, 115Simpson Ave. 416-778-0796. Free, donations accepted.www.canadasings.ca.Penthelia Singers. Festive FundraisingSingalong. Seasonal music. Alice Malach,City of Toronto Museums.Christmas Open House at Spadina Museum. Holi--City of Toronto Museums.Christmas Open House at Historic ZionSchoohouse. Turn-of-the-century school activitiesincluding writing on a slate, participating in aspelling bee, hot chocolate and biscuits and singingcarols around a schoolroom piano. 1091 FinchD. The ETCeterasANNOUNCEMENTSCall for Submissions. Barrie New Music Festival2012. Artist submissions are now being accepted.Four-day live music festival will featurevarious genres, roughly 75 acts, scheduled forJuly 12-15 2012. For artist submission information,visit www.admiralent.com or www.newmusicfest.caETCETERA: MISCELLANEOUSCity of TorontoMuseums. Christmas Open House at GibsonHouse. Sale of handmade gifts, hands-on activitesand indoor games for children and live music. 5172City of TorontoMuseums. Swell Sundays: Christmas in the GoldenAge of Radio at Spadina Museum. Make yourown decoder craft, sample period refreshments,cludingadvertisements and behind-the-scenesCity of Toronto Museums.Ontario Youth Choir 2012Michael Zaugg, conductorAugust 17 to August 26University of OttawaDesserts by Lamplight at Scarborough Museum.Lamp and candle-lit rooms with decadent des-Harbourfront Centre. SlowFood Toronto: Terra Madre Day. communities celebrate a local perspective on foodthrough storytelling, music and hands-on activ-City of Toronto Museums. Hogmanay!At Mackenzie House. Scottish music, tastingof holiday foods, with traditional music pre--City of TorontoMuseums. Twelfth Night Dance Class andDance Party. Dance and listen to traditional music,sample seasonal treats, play games and tour theor partner is required, but afternoon dance work--weavers@gmail.comCity of Toronto Museums.Robbie Burns’ Day Celebration at MackenzieHouse. Celebrating the Scottish poet withtoe-tapping live music, comic stories, shortbreadCity of Toronto Museums/NeapolitanConnection. Musical Matinees at Montgomery’sInn. Tour, tea, crumpets, performance bythe Neapolitan Connection. 4709 Dundas St. W.Soundstreams. Salon 21: withOpera Singer Carla Huhtanen. Meet and greet,featuring a performance by Huhtanen of music byCity of Toronto Archives.A World of Music: Celebrating 90 Seasonswith the Toronto Symphony Orchestra. highlights a collection of photographs, documentsand audio recordings, donated by the TSO to theCity of Toronto Archives. 255 Spadina Rd. 416-Children'sPianoLessonsFriendly, approachable -and strict!Liz Parker416.544.1803liz.parker@rogers.comQueen/BathurstSIGHT-SINGINGLESSONSPrivate coaching sessionswithSheila McCoy416-574-5250smccoy@rogers.comApplication deadline: 17 February, 2012t: 416 923 1144info@choirsontario.orgwww.choirsontario.orgComprehensive · . ResidentialQ u a l i t y A u d i o R e c o r d i n g S e r v i c e sf o r C l a s s i c a l a n d A c o u s t i c M u s i cSoundproo ? ng Solutions6 4 7 3 4 9 6 4 6 7l o c k w o o d . f r a n k @ g m a i l . c o mw w w . L o c k w o o d A R S . c o mleon 416-995-4016Love To Sing?TrySENSIBLE VOCAL TRAINING!Breathe new life into your voicewith this uniquely kinestheticapproach to vocal pedagogy.Come to the “Vocal Gym!”Phone Pattie Kelly (905) 271-6896info@vocalsense.ca www.vocalsense.ca EYE-CATCHINGFor economical insertionsof 3x, 5x and 10xNow available in colour.Interested?jack@thewholenote.com416-323-2232 ext 2570 thewholenote.comDecember 1 – February 7, 2012

Classified Advertising | classad@thewholenote.comAUDITIONS / MUSICIANS WANTEDCOUNTERPOINT COMMUNITY OR-CHESTRAcomesvolunteer musicians. Monday eveningrehearsals, downtown Toronto. Allsections especially violins. Email info@ccorchestra.orgTHE KINDRED SPIRITS ORCHESTRAto info@KSOrchestra.ca.NYCO SYMPHONY is looking for the followingto play in 4 subscription concerts each sea-INSTRUCTIONCONCERT PIANIST EVE EGOYAN (M.committed musicians as well as returningFLUTE INSTRUCTIONFLUTE, PIANO, THEORY LESSONSHARPSICHORD LESSONS: Beginner, inter-encenecessary. Competitive rates. www.music.laeducation.ca, luke@laeducation.caMAKING MUSIC WITH THE RECORDER.-PIANO LESSONSAll levels Royal Conservatory of Music andbeyond. Intensive course for adults. Lessonsare given on a 9 foot Steinway concertgrand. 416-449-1665PIANO LESSONS--www.mopiano.caSTUDY JAZZ SINGING WITH ORI DA-GAN! Scat, swing, improvisation, repertoiredevelopment, performance skills.www.oridagan.comSTUDY SAXOPHONE with Bruce Redstone.reasonable rates, convenient location, all levelsand styles. bredstone@rogers.com or416-706-8161.WARM EXPERIENCED AMERICAN PIANOTEACHER with sterling credentials, unfailinggood humor, and buckets of patience. RoyalConservatory washouts and adult learners especiallywelcome. Lovely Cabbagetown studio,-WISH YOU WERE SINGING?“professional” amateur, sliding scale. CallFOR SALECLASSIC BUSCHER TROMBONE: lacquerEX-BEATLEerready to sell special sitars. Also lessonsavailable. Shambhudas.com or call416-286-7180.FOR SALE-USED STEINWAY PIANOSM, O, L, A, B www.ontariopianos.comMUSICIANS AVAILABLEBARD – EARLY MUSIC DUO playing recorderand virginal available to provide backgroundatmosphere for teas, receptions or other functions– greater Toronto area. For rates and infocall 905-722-5618 or email us atmhpape@interhop.netVOCAL REPERTOIRE COACH & ACCOM-PANIST / MD-sight-reader, accompanist, and teacher.Robert Graham 416 465 4927robertgraham70@gmail.comSERVICESACCOUNTING AND INCOME TAX SERVICEfor small business and individuals, to saveyou time and money, customized to meet yourDO YOU HAVE PRECIOUS MEMORIESLOST ON OLD RECORDS, TAPES, PHOTOSetc? Recitals-gigs-auditions-air checks-familyVENUESARE YOU PLANNING A CONCERT or recital?Looking for a venue? Consider Bloor StreetREHEARSE OR PERFORM IN A BRANDNEW FACILITYhearsalspaces, for groups from small (an intim-free parking available. TTC. Geothermally heatedand air conditioned! For information contactmichael@lawrenceparkchurch.ca,www.lawrenceparkchurch.caJust the Spot | MusideumO R I D A G A NDonald Quan playing a hurdy gurdy.Unique seems to be an understatement for Musideum, a newperformance space at 401 Richmond St. W. (Richmond andSpadina) which also operates as a retail store and a musicalmuseum, selling and displaying authentic instruments from all overthe globe, including ones from Peru, China, Australia and partof northern Canada. Like a gleaming gem from any of these faroff places, the intimate space radiates with breathtaking colours personal passion for aboriginal and contemporary world music. I hadthe opportunity to ask him a few questions about the venue.What made you decide to change Musideum from a retail space to aperformance space? “I thought that by offering Musideum up only asa retail store was not doing the concept of it justice. The initial conceptI had for Musideum three years ago when I opened it, includeddesigning a space that could be used as a musical performance spaceand could also serve as a museum of sorts exposing the public andthe world at large to music and musical instruments that have rarelybeen appreciated in person. Until Musideum, many of these instrumentscould only be seen in books or perhaps on the internet.”How has your background as a film composer influenced the designof the space? collaborative medium, one has to appreciate visual aesthetic, poetry,words, art and some less-tangible concepts.Today I view Musideum as a single space where all of my artisticendeavours can be shared with the public and be appreciatedeasily. Musideum has become a venue where performers of allkinds can intimately share their music with their audience with asmuch resonance and as little resistance as possible. Without thedistractions of food and drink for example!”What has been the response to the venue so far? “All of theaudiences have told me that they will continue to support the newMusideum venue and will come back. As a result we have over 2500hand-signed or opt-in addresses on our current mailing list. As forperformers, almost every performer we have asked has agreed totry doing at least one show here…Since last summer Musideum hashosted over 35 successful performances ranging from jazz to world,electronica, pop, experimental and more…unfortunately I’ve hadto limit the publicity of the shows as the venue’s capacity is only40 people.”What should our readers know if they are planning on attending aperformance at the Musideum? “Come early and please reserve aticket in advance (call 416-599-7323) if you want to guarantee a seat!And PLEASE check the website before you come down to makesure you have the latest information on the shows as our schedule isconstantly being added to. The link to our schedule can be found atwww.musideum.com and it is updated on a daily basis.”December 1 – February 7, 2012 thewholenote.com 71ORI DAGAN

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