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Volume 17 Issue 9 - June 2012

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theWholeNote 2012 SUMMER MUSIC GUIDEWarsaw-Fan, violin; Julian Armour, cello; MatthewLarkin, harmonium; Andrew Tunis, piano.DCUC.–; free with Festival Passport.• July 6 12:00: Menahem Pressler and thePrincipal Winds of the National Arts Centre Orchestra.Mozart: Quintet for Piano and Winds;Beethoven: Quintet for Piano and Winds. MenahemPressler, piano; Charles Hamann, oboe;Kimball Sykes, clarinet; Lawrence Vine, horn;Christopher Millard, bassoon. DCUC. –;free with Festival Passport.• July 6 2:00: Jewish Composers Through theAges. Copland: Quiet City; Meyerbeer: Quintetfor Clarinet and Strings; Gershwin: Lullaby;Korngold: Suite for Two Violins, Cello andPiano; Rossi: Sonata Settima sopra l’Aria d’unBalletto; Glick: Old Toronto Klezmer Suite.Marie Bérard and Arianna Warsaw-Fan, violins;Guylaine Lemaire, viola; Julian Armour and PaulMarleyn, cellos; and others. DCUC. –;free with Festival Passport.• July 6 5:00: Yehonatan Berick – Solo. Worksby Bartók, Albeniz, Ysaÿe and others. YehonatanBerick, violin. SBC. –; free withFestival Passport.• July 6 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 FestivalPassport.• July 6 8:00: The Central Band of the CanadianForces. CASM. Free.• July 6 11:00pm: Fauré Nocturnes I. Fauré:Nocturnes Nos. 1, 5, 11, 9, 4, 3 and 6. StéphaneLemelin, piano. DCUC. –; freewith Festival Passport.• July 7 10:00am: Spotlight on Young Performers:Kerson and Stanley Leong. Works byBrahms, Debussy, Saint-Saëns, Prokofiev,Piazolla and Kodály. Kerson Leong, violin; StanleyLeong, cello; Bryan Wagorn, piano. MKUC.–; free with Festival Passport.• July 7 12:00pm: Goldberg Variations. Bach:The Goldberg Variations. Zhu Xiao-Mei, piano.DCUC. –; free with Festival Passport.• July 7 2:00: Inspired by Music. Inspiredby Mozart, Pachelbel, Mahler, Cable andothers, 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. –; free with FestivalPassport.• July 7 8:00: Bach Motets. Ottawa BachChoir, Lisette Canton, director. KPC. –;free with Festival Passport.• July 7 8:00: Menahem Pressler and the JupiterQuartet. Works by Mendelssohn, Debussyand Mozart. Jupiter String Quartet; MenahemPressler, piano. DCUC. –; free withFestival Passport.• July 7 8:00: Acrobats, Dancers and Musiciansfrom China. Twenty-five musicians, dancer,and acrobats from the Wuxi Culture & ArtCentre. OTHSA. –; free with FestivalPassport.• July 7 8:00: The Complete Brahms ViolinSonatas. Alexandre Da Costa, violin; WonnySong, piano. SAC. –; free with FestivalPassport.• July 7 11:00pm: Fauré Nocturnes II. StéphaneLemelin, piano. DCUC. –; freewith Festival Passport.• Festival continues: listings for July 8 toS. Summer FestivalsJuly 15 will appear in our combined July/Augustissue.Music at SharonJune 3 to June 24Sharon, ON905-830-4529www.musicatsharon.caAll concerts at Sharon Temple National HistoricSite and Museum, 18974 Leslie Street, Sharon.All tickets: (adult); (student with ID).• June 3 2:00: Schubert’s Winterreise. DanielLichti, bass-baritone; Pentaèdre Wind Ensemble;Joseph Petric, accordion. 1:15: Pre-concertchat.• June 10 2:00: Zelenka Plays Bach. Bach: UnaccompaniedSuites for Cello (Nos. 1, 3, 6).Winona Zelenka, cello. 1:15: Pre-concert chat.• June 17 2:00: Dido & Aeneas. Purcell. MeredithHall, soprano (Dido); Todd Delaney, baritone(Aeneas); Toronto Masque Theatre, LarryBeckwith, director. 1:15: Pre-concert chat.• June 24 2:00: Kradjian Plays Debussy. Grieg:Holberg Suite Op.40; Chopin: Variations in A“Souvenir de Paganini” KK1203; Debussy: Preludes;Gomidas: Armenian Dances; Rachmaninoff:Piano Sonata No.2 Op.36 (revised). SeroujKradjian, piano. 1:15: Pre-concert chat.Music in SummerJVL Summer School for Performing ArtsJuly 5 to July 15North Bay, ON416-735-7499 or 905-882-7499www.MusicInSummer.comAll concerts at Canadore College, North Bay.JVL Summer School for Performing Arts invitesyoung musicians to the 11th Music in Summerfestival where they will have the unique opportunityto combine their intensive music studiesand concert performances with recreationalactivities.Music in the OrchardJune 10 to June 24Toronto, concerts on Sunday afternoon, outdoors, atthe Spadina Museum, 285 Spadina Road, Toronto.PAY-WHAT-YOU-CAN admission.• June 10 1:30: Taffanel Wind Ensemble.Flute, clarinet and bassoon ensemble.• June 17 1:30: Mike Franklin, multi-instrumentalist.European medieval, renaissance andtraditional music.• June 24 1:30: VentElation. Woodwind octet.Performance of works from the late 18th andearly 19th centuries.Music MondaysJune 4 to September 24Toronto, ON416-598-4521• Music Mondays concert listings for June 4 toJuly 2 appear in this issue’s daily listings, sectionA: Concerts in the GTA. All concerts beginat 12:15pm and are held at Church of the HolyTrinity, 10 Trinity Square, Toronto.FREE admission; suggested donation.• Music Mondays concert listings for July 9 toSeptember 3 will appear in the daily listings,section A: Concerts in the GTA, of our combinedJuly/August issue.• Music Mondays concert listings for September3 to September 24 will appear in the dailylistings, section A: Concerts in the GTA, of ourSeptember issue.Musique RoyaleJune 24 to September 24In venues throughout Nova• June 24 4:00: Season Opener. Halifax CamerataSingers, Jeff Joudrey, director; guests:John Grew, organ; David Greenberg, violin;Chris Norman, flute. St. John’s AnglicanChurch, Lunenberg. ; (st).• Festival continues: July and August listingsfor this festival will appear in our combined July/August issue.Tafelmusik Baroque Summer FestivalJune 4 to June 16Toronto, ON416-964-6337www.tafelmusik.orgFREE Admission.T-SP – Trinity-St. Paul’s Centre, 427 BloorStreet WestWH – Walter Hall, Edward Johnson Bldg., Facultyof Music, U of T, 80 Queen’s ParkGC – Grace Church on-the-Hill, 300 LonsdaleRoad• June 4 8:00: Delightfully Baroque. Concertperformed by Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestraand Chamber Choir. With soloistsAnn Monoyios, soprano; Peter Harvey, baritone.T-SP.• June 9 12:00: Musical Interlude. Chambermusic performed by members of the TafelmusikBaroque Summer Institute (TBSI) faculty. WH.• June 13 1:00: TBSI Orchestras & Choirs.Featuring TBSI participants; Jeanne Lamonand Ivars Taurins, directors. WH.• June 16 7:30: The Grand Finale. FeaturingTBSI Orchestra; Tafelmusik Orchestra; TBSIChoir and Tafelmusik Chamber Choir; JeanneLamon and Ivars Taurins, directors. GC. Free –advance tickets required.TD SunfestJuly 5 to July 8London, ON519-672-1522www.sunfest.on.caAll concerts at Victoria Park, 509 ClarenceStreet, London.FREE admission.Celebration of world cultures featuring morethan 275 unique food, craft and visual art exhibitorsand over 35 world music and jazz artistson five stages. Line-up of musicians includesAlejandra Robles (Mexico); Mdungu (Netherlands);Dave Young Jazz Quartet (Canada); CalypsoRose (Trinidad); Locos Por Juana (USA);and many others. New this year: Suntropolis ’12:A Showcase of Electronic Music & Dance – newsounds of Cuba and Brazil.TD Toronto Jazz FestivalJune 22 to July 1Toronto, ON416-928-9033www.torontojazz.comUnless otherwise noted in listings below, telephonenumber for ticketed events is Ticketmasterat 1-855-985-5000.Concerts in the festival’s Club Series appear inListings Section C: In the Clubs (Mainly Jazz).CHT – Church of the Holy Trinity, 10 TrinitySquareET – Enwave Theatre, Harbourfront Centre,231 Queens Quay WestHT – Horseshoe Tavern, 370 Queen StreetWestKH – Koerner Hall, 273 Bloor Street WestMG – Music Gallery, 197 John StreetNPS – Nathan Phillips Square, 100 QueenStreet WestOH – Opera House, 735 Queen Street EastOS – Outdoor Stage, Nathan Phillip Square,100 Queen Street WestPCT – Phoenix Concert Theatre, 410Sherbourne StreetPSP – Pure Spirits Patio, Distillery District, 55Mill StreetRIV – Rivoli, 334 Queen Street WestSA – Sound Academy, 1 Polson StreetSC – Sony Centre, 1 Front Street EastSDM – Shops at Don Mills, 1090 Don MillsRoadTS – Trinity Stage, Distillery District, 55 MillStreet• June 22: 5:00: Brian Barlow Big Band Salutesthe Duke. OS. Free; 6:00: Jesse BarksdaleTrio. PSP. Free; Nichol Robertson Quartet. TS.Free; 7:00: Kurt Rosenwinkel. CHT. .50;8:00: Janelle Monae. NPS. .50; Shuffle Demons.SDM. Free.• June 23 12:00: Mike Janzen Trio. PSP. Free;2:00: Fern Lindzon Quartet. SDM. Free; SambaSquad. TS. Free; 3:00: Sophia Perlman / AdreanFarrugia Duo. PSP. Free; 5:00: Clayton DoleyQuartet. SDM. Free; Get the Blessing. OS. Free;6:00: Andrew Scott & Jake Wilkinson. PSP.Free; 7:00: Bacchus Collective. TS. Free; 8:00:Bettye LaVette (Opening: The Big Sound). NPS.; Madagascar Slim. SDM. Free; 9:00: Destroyer.OH. .50.• June 24 12:00: Boxcar Boys. TS. Free;Chase Sanborn Trio. PSP. Free; 3:00: AlexPangman & Her Alleycats. SDM. Free; AlexisBaro Quintet. TS. Free; 3:00: Lara SolnickiTrio. PSP. Free; 5:00: Carn Davidson 9.OS. Free; 7:00: Karrin Allyson. ET. 416-973-4000. .50; 8:00: Hiromi: The Trio Project/ The Bad Plus with Special Guest Joshua Redman.NPS. ; Ig Henneman Sextet. MG. ;9:00: Mike Stern Band. HT. .• June 25 5:00: L’Orkestre Des Pas Perdus.OS. Free; 7:00: Jaffa Road. SDM. Free; RobertGlasper Experiment Featuring Bilal. ET. 416-973-4000. .50; 8:00: François HouleBenoît Delbecq Duo / François Houle 5. MG.; Natalie Cole with Special Opening guestMario Romano Quartet. SC. 1-855-872-7669.; Roy Hargrove’s RH Factor with SpecialGuest Roberta Gambarini Quartet. NPS.;10:00: Los Amigos Invisibles. HT. .• June 26 5:00: Eliana Cuevas Ensemble.OS. Free; 7:00: Bill Frisell Plays Lennon. ET.416-973-4000. ; Raoul & the Big Time.SDM. Free; 8:00: George Benson (Opening:Treasa Levasseur). NPS. .50; Peter Appleyard& The Sophisticated Ladies. KH. 416-408-0208. .50–.50; 9:00: Soul Rebels.OH. .50.• June 27 5:00: Don Thompson’s GeorgeShearing Tribute Quintet. OS. Free; 6:00: MargaretStowe Trio. PSP. Free; 7:00: Club Django.SDM. Free; Phil Dwyer: A Canadian Songbookfeaturing Laila Biali. CHT. .50; 8:00: TromboneShorty & New Orleans Avenue (Opening:Saidah Baba Talibah). NPS. .50; 9:00: ZiggyMarley. PCT. ; Spectrum Road. SA. .• June 28 5:00: Jeff King’s Catalyst. OS. Free;6:00: Tim Posgate’s Sorry Cousins. PSP. Free;7:00: Bill King Trio. SDM. Free.;Benny Green.CHT. $17.50; 8:00: Angelika Niecscier. MG.; Esperanza Spalding (Opening: GretchenParlato). NPS. .50; 9:30: Chris Tarry.RIV. .56 June 1 – July 7, 2012

June 29 5:00: Retrocity. OS. Free;6:00: Mary McKay Trio. PSP. Free; GordSheard’s Brazilian Jazz Experience. TS.Free; 8:00: Karl Jannuska featuring SiennaDahlen. MG. ; The Vipers. SDM.Free; June 29 8:00: Tedeschi TrucksBand. NPS. .50; Radio Deluxe withthe John Pizzarelli Quartet featuring JessicaMolaskey and Special Guest Emilie-ClaireBarlow. KH. 416-408-0208..50–.50; 9:00: Kneebody. RIV..• June 30 12:00: George Grosman Trio.PSP. Free;2:00: Jim Galloway Trio. TS.Free; Lester McLean Quartet. SDM. Free;3:00: Shohei Yamaki. PSP. Free; 5:00:Crusader Rabbit. SDM. Free; Eric St. LaurentTrio. PSP. Free; Gord Sheard’s BrazilianJazz Experience. OS. Free; 7:00: TedWarren Trio. TS. Free; 8:00: Joan OsborneDuo / Matt Andersen. NPS. .50;Hobson’s Choice. MG. ; Planet Earth.SDM. Free; 10:00: Becca Stevens Band /Nellie McKay. HT. .• July 1 12:00: Jazz.FM91 Youth BigBand. TS. Free; Pat Collins AccordionTrio. Free; 3:00: Griffith Hiltz Trio. PSP.Free; Lemon Bucket Orkestra. SDM. Free;Norman Marshall Villeneuve`s Jazz MessageQuartet. TS. Free; 5:00: Diana Salvatore.OS. Free; 8:00: Tower of Power(Opening: Sierra Leon’s Refugee All-Stars).NPS. .• July 2 12:00: Ross Wooldridge Trio.TS. Free; 3:00: Excelsior Jazz Band.TS. FreeWestben – Concerts at the BarnJune 29 to August 5Campbellford, ON1-877-883-5777 or 705-653-5508www.westben.caAll concerts at Westben Barn, 6698 CountyRoad 30 North, 3km northwest ofCampbellford.• June 29 2:00: The Auction – A WorldPremiere (preview performance). Musicby J. Burge, libretto by E. Benson; basedon the book by J. Andrews with illustrationsby K. Reczuch. Allison Grant, stagedirector. Kimberly Barber, mezzo; DonnaBennett, soprano; Bruce Kelly, baritone;Keith Klassen, tenor; Matthew Zadow,baritone; and others; Westben ChamberOrchestra, Philip Headlam, conductor..78; .01(sr); (st); (youth).• June 30 2:00: The Auction – AWorld Premiere. .25; .48(sr);.27(st); .42(youth). See June 29.• July 1 2:00: The Auction – AWorld Premiere. .25; .48(sr);.27(st); .42(youth). See June 29.• July 7 2:00: The Canadian Guitar Quartet.Program to include works by Rossini,Gabrielli, Roux and originals. JulienBisaillon, Phil Candelaria, Bruno Rousseland Louis Trépaneur, guitars. .63;.86(sr); .20(wing); .27(st);.42(youth).• Festival continues: listings for July 8to August 5 will appear in our combinedJuly/August issue.THE 2012 GREEN PAGES TEAMProject Manager Karen AgesProject Editor Adam WeinmannLayout and Design Uno RamatMapping Patrick SlimmonWebsite Bryson Winchester!!AfrofestJuly 7 and July 8Toronto,!!All-Canadian Jazz FestivalPort HopeSeptember 21 to September 23Port Hope,!!Ashkenaz Festival*August 28 to September 3Harbourfront Centre, Toronto,!!Aurora jazz+ Festival*August 3 to August 5Aurora Town Park, Aurora,!!Bayfield Festival of Song*June 2 to June10Bayfield, ON416-735-7982 or!!Beaches InternationalJazz FestivalJuly 20 to July 29Toronto,!!Blue Bridge FestivalJune 2Newmarket,!!Brott Music Festival*June 3 to August 16Hamilton, ON905-525-SONG (7664)!!Burlington’s Sound ofMusic FestivalJune 14 to July 17Burlington,!!Canadian Guitar FestivalAugust 3 to August 5Sydenham Rd., ON613-544-CAMP (2267)www.canadianguitarfestival.comFESTIVAL DIGESTVisit for an updated interactive map of summer festivals near you.Listings wiTH an asterisk are FullY described starting on page 49.!!Canadian InternationalMilitary TattooJune 23 and June 24Hamilton, ON905-523-1753 or!!Canadian Open Old TimeFiddle ChampionshipAugust 8 to August 12Shelburne,!!Clear Lake ChamberMusic Festival*August 11, August 21 to August 26Riding Mountain National Park, MB204-571-6547 or!!Colours of Music*September 21 to September 30Barrie,!!Le Domaine ForgetInternational Festival*June 16 to September 2Saint-Irénée, QC418-452-3535 or!!Electric EclecticsAugust 3 to August 5Meaford,!!Elora Festival*July 13 to August 5Elora, ON519-846-0331 or!!Festival AlexandriaJune 24 to July 22Alexandria, ON613-525-4141!!Festival du LoupJuly 13 to July 15Lafontaine Park, Tiny,!!Festival of the Sound*July 18 to August 12Parry Sound,!!Forest FestivalAugust 15 to August 19Haliburton,!!Glimmerglass FestivalJuly 7 to August 25Cooperstown, NY,!!Goderich Celtic RootsFestival and College*August 10 to August 12Lions’ Harbour Park, Goderich,!!Guelph Jazz FestivalSeptember 5 to September 9Guelph,!!Harbourfront Centre FestivalsJune 22 to October 8Toronto,!!Highlands Opera Studio*August 2 to August 30Haliburton,!!Home County Musicand Art FestivalJuly 20 to July 22Victoria Park, London,!!Huntsville Festival of the Arts*July 4 to August 21Huntsville,!!Jamaica 50 Village @ JambanaAugust 6Downsview Park, Toronto,!!Jazz in July SummerMusic Programs*July 9 to July 20Amherst, MA, USA416-545-3530www.jazzinjuly.comCourtesy of googletheWholeNote 2012 SUMMER MUSIC GUIDEJune 1 – July 7, 57

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