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Volume 18 Issue 1 - September 2012

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Avenue United Church, 37 Burton Ave., Barrie.705-726-1181. ; (st); –(adultpassport); -(st passport).• 7:30: Colours of Music. Festival Gala. Worksby Beethoven and Weber. Sinfonia Toronto;Mauro Bertoli, piano; James Campbell, clarinet;Nurhan Arman, conductor. Hi-Way PentecostalChurch, 50 Anne St. N., Barrie. 705-726-1181.–; (st); –(adult passport);-(st passport).• 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony. LastNight at the Proms. See Sept 28.Sunday September 30• 2:30: Colours of Music. Rhapsody in Blue.Works by Schumann, Liszt, Khachaturianand Gershwin. Mauro Bertoli, piano. Hi-WayPentecostal Church, 50 Anne St. N., Barrie.705-726-1181. –; (st); –(adult passport); -(st passport).• 3:00: St. Paul’s United Church. NoonSeries. Music for organ solo and organ 4 hands.Stephanie Burgoyne and William Vandertuin,organ. St. Paul’s United Church, Paris, 48Broadway St. W., Paris. 519-752-0965. Free.• 7:30: Colours of Music. We’ll GatherLilacs: Ivor Novello and Noel Coward. VirginiaHatfield, soprano; James Levesque, baritone;Robert Kortgaard and Peter Tiefenbach, piano.Burton Avenue United Church, 37 Burton Ave.,Barrie. 705-726-1181. –; (st); –(adult passport); -(st passport).• 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber MusicSociety. Taylor Cao and Channelle Tseng, piano.Hummel; Rondo All’Ongarese; Debussy: Ballade;Brahms: Rhapsody Op.79 No.3 in g; Chopin:Andante Spianato; Grand Polonaise; and otherworks. KWCMS Music Room, 57 Young St.W., Waterloo. 519-886-1673. ; (sr);(st).Wednesday October 03• 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber MusicSociety. David Gillham, violin; Chiharu Iinumu,Alleycatz2409 Yonge St. 416-481-6865www.alleycatz.caSep 1 Lady Kane. Sep 6 “Local Music is Sexy”showcase. Sep 7 Lady Kane. Sep 8 Lady Kane.Sep 13 Ascension. Sep 14 Ascension. Sep15 Soular. Sep 18 The Noms. Sep 20 LadyKane. Sep 21 Emerson Street Rhythm Band.Sep 22 Lady Kane. Sep 27 Ascension. Sep 28Ascension. Sep 29 Ascension.Artword Artbar15 Colbourne St., Hamilton. 905-543-8512www.artword.net (full schedule)Sep 20 8pm Sophia Perlman & Adrean Farrugia.Sep 21 8pm Sean Dowhaniuk Group. Sep 228pm Matthew de Zoete; opening: The WoodshedOrchestra.Azure Restaurant & Barat the Intercontinental Hotel225 Front St. W. 416-597-3701www.azurerestaurant.caEvery Thu, Fri, Sat 5:30-10:30pm Dan BodanisTrio w Bernie Senensky and Steve Wallace.B. Concerts Beyond the GTAC. In the Clubs (Mostly Jazz)piano. Mozart: Sonata in A K526; Schubert:Rondo Brillant in b D895; Schumann andBrahms: Intermezzo and Scherzo; Mendelssohn:Sonata in F. KWCMS Music Room, 57 YoungSt. W., Waterloo. 519-886-1673. ; (sr);(st).• 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony. Takea Bow. Telemann: Overture in C; Mendelssohn:Violin Concerto in d; Vaughan Williams: FiveVariants of Dives and Lazarus; Britten: SimpleSymphony. Bénédicte Lauzière, violin; StephenSitarski, conductor and host. First UnitedChurch, 16 William St. N., Waterloo. 519-745-4711 or 888-745-4717. . Also Oct 5(Guelph) and 6 (Hamilton).Friday October 05• 8:00: Folk Under The Clock. Double Billwith International Singer-Songwriters: MartynJoseph; Karen Savoca with Pete Heitzman.Martyn Joseph, guitar and vocals; Karen Savoca,drum and vocals; Peter Heitzman, guitar. MarketHall, 140 Charlotte St., Peterborough. 705-749-1146. .• 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony. Takea Bow. Telemann: Overture in C; Mendelssohn:Violin Concerto in d; Vaughan Williams: FiveVariants of Dives and Lazarus; Britten: SimpleSymphony Bénédicte Lauzière, violin; StephenSitarski, conductor and host. Harcourt MemorialUnited Church, 87 Dean St., Guelph. 519-745-4711 or 888-745-4717. . Also Oct 3(Waterloo) and 6 (Hamilton).Saturday October 06• 8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony. Takea Bow. Telemann: Overture in C; Mendelssohn:Violin Concerto in d; Vaughan Williams:Five Variants of Dives and Lazarus; Britten:Simple Symphony. Bénédicte Lauzière, violin;Stephen Sitarski, conductor and host. CentralPresbyterian Church, 165 Charlton Ave. W.,Hamilton. 519-745-4711 or 888-745-4717.. Also Oct 3 (Waterloo) and 5 (Guelph).Black Swan, The154 Danforth Ave. 416-469-0537Every Wed 9:30pm The Danforth Jam w JonLong and Friends.Bon Vivant Restaurant1924 Avenue Rd. 416-630-5153www.bonvivantdining.comEvery Thu 6-9pm Bill Naphan Solo Guitar.Every Fri 6-9pm Margaret Stowe Solo Guitar.Castro’s Lounge2116 Queen St. E. 416-699-8272www.castroslounge.comNo Cover/PWYC.Every Sun 4pm Live jazz. Every Mon 9:00pmRockabilly Night with the Cosmotones. EveryTue 8pm Smokey Folk (bluegrass); 10:30pmblueVenus (singer-songwriter). Every Wed 8pmMediterranean Stars (jazz). Every Thu 9pmJerry Legere and the Situation (folk/country/blues). Every Fri 5pm Ronnie Heyward; 10pmI Hate You Rob’s Record Party. Every Sat4:30pm Big Rude Jake.Chalkers Pub, Billiards & Bistro247 Marlee Ave. 416-789-2531www.chalkerspub.com (full schedule)Every Wed 8pm-midnight Girls Night OutVocalist-Friendly Jazz Jam w host Lisa Particelli(vocals/flute); Peter Hill (piano); Ross MacIntyre(bass). PWYC. Weekend Dinner Jazz: Sep 156-9pm Nancy Walker Quintet: Nancy Walker(piano); Shirantha Beddage (saxophone/bassclarinet); Ted Quinlan (guitar); Kieran Overs(bass); Ethan Ardelli (drums) . Sep 167-10pm Don Thompson (piano); Phil Dwyer (sax). Sep 22 6-9pm Mike Murley Trio: MikeMurley (saxophone); Reg Schwager (guitar);Steve Wallace (bass) ; 9:30pm-2am SoulStew. No cover. Sep 23 7-10pm Cecilia MonteLain Bossa Ensemble: Cecilia Monte (vocals); RobRowe (piano); Alan Kingstone (guitar); HowardRees (bass); Richard Brisco (drums) . Sep 296-9pm Lorne Lofsky Trio: Lorne Lofsky (guitar);Kieran Overs (bass); Barry Romberg (drums) .Cherry Street Restaurant, The275 Cherry St. 416-461-5111All shows: 7:30-10:30pm. Cover.www.cherryst.caSep 6 Frank Botos Trio. Sep 13 Terra Hazeltonand The Easy Answers. Sep 20 Pat MurrayQuartet. Sep 27 Adrean Farrugia Trio.Classico Pizza & Pasta2457 Bloor St. W. 416-763-1313Every Thu 7pm Jazz Guitarist Nate Renner.No Cover.Communist’s Daughter, The1149 Dundas St. W. 647-435-0103Every Sat 4-7pm Gypsy Jazz w MichaelJohnson & Red Rhythm: Michael Louis Johnson(trumpet/vocals) Roberto Rosenman (guitar)Terry Wilkins (bass).Coquine Restaurant2075 Yonge St. 416-322-6767www.coquinerestaurant.comEvery Sun Jazz 7-9pm No CoverSep 9, 30 Sharon Smith (vocals) and friends.DeSotos1079 St. Clair Ave. W. 416-651-2109Every Thu 8pm-midnight Open Mic Jazz Jam,hosted by Double A Jazz.Dominion on Queen500 Queen St. E. 416-368-6893www.dominiononqueen.comEvery Sat 4-7:30pm Ronnie Hayward.Every Sun 11am-3pm Rockabilly Brunch w/Alistair Christl. Every Tue 8:30pm Hot Clubof Corktown Django Jam w/ host WayneNakamura. PWYC. Every Wed 8pm CorktownUkelele Jam. . Sep 2 4-7pm Jazz Jam w/Noah Leibel. Sep 7 9pm Havana to Torontow/ Joaquin Nunez Hidalgo. Sep 8 9pm CeciliaMonte . Sep 13 9pm Don River Blues Band. Sep 14 8pm Sammy Jackson Group .Sep 15 9pm 24th Street Wailers . Sep 164-7pm Jazz Jam w/ Noah Leibel. Sep 21-23Rockabilly Weekend. Sep 23 7-11pm MusicalTheatre Cabaret. PWYC. Sep 26 8pm RalphShaw (ukulele) . Sep 27 9pm Aimee Butcher$TBA. Sep 28 9:30pm Swingin’ Blackjacks .Sep 29 9pm Andy DeCampos .Dovercourt House805 Dovercourt Rd. 416-537-3337www.odd-socks.org (full schedule)Every Sat 9pm-1am Saturday Night Swing:Dance featuring Live Swing Bands and dance lessons.Dance ; with one class, $18 withboth. Saturday Bands: Sep 1 Climax Jazz Band.Sep 8 Roberta & the Gents. Sep 15 TBA. Sep22 Patrick Tevlin Blues Band. Sep 29 TBA.EDO Sushi484 Eglinton Ave. W. 416-322-3033All shows Thursday 7:30–10:30pm. No Cover.Sep 6 Bonnie Brett (vocals); Tony Quarrington(guitar); Richard Whiteman (bass). Sep 13 SamBroverman (vocals); Reg Schwager (guitar);Jordan O’Connor (bass). Sep 20 Julie Michels(vocals); Tony Quarrington (guitar); JacekZorawski (bass). Sep 27 Joel Hartt (vocals);Tony Quarrington (guitar); Dave Field (bass).Emmet Ray, The924 College St. 416-792-4497All shows: 9pm. PWYC.www.theemmetray.com (full schedule)Sep 2 Tin Can Man. Sep 3 Harley Card quintet.Sep 5 Alistair Christl and The Lonely. Sep6 John Wayne Swingtet. Sep 10 Dan FortinQuintet. Sep 12 9pm Peter Boyd and theMutant Duo. Sep 13 Box Full of Cash. Sep 17Noam Lemish. Sep 19 Alistair Christl and theLonely. Sep 20 Vokurka’s Vicarious VirtuosoViolin. Sep 23 Tropical Punch. Sep 24 GeoffYoung Trio. Sep 26 Alistair Christl and theLonely. Sep 27 Patrick Brealey.Flying Beaver Pubaret, The488 Parliament St. 647-347-6567www.pubaret.com (full schedule)Sep 2 7pm All Strung Up . Sep 5 7:30pmJohn Alcorn Songbook Series: Cole Porter.No Cover. Sep 6 7:30pm Ori Dagan &Friends. PWYC. Sep 7 8pm Carole Pope/(adv); 10pm Lea Delaria & MaggieCassella /(adv). Sep 8 8pm CarolePope /(adv); 10pm Lea Delaria &Maggie Cassella /(adv). Sep 127:30pm John Alcorn Songbook Series: JeromeKern. /(adv). Sep 13 7pm RosemaryGalloway’s Singer Series feat. Sophia Perlman(vocals); Adrean Farrugia (keys); RosemaryGalloway (bass) /(adv). Sep 14 7pmPrecious Chong /(adv); 9pm DavidRamsden and Jane Ford /(adv).Premiere Source for HigH quality food(416) 364-7397 www.pasqualebros.com52 thewholenote.com September 1 – October 7, 2012

Sep 15 7pm Sam Broverman /(adv);David Sereda /(adv). Sep 19 7:30pmJohn Alcorn Songbook Series: Irving Berlin./(adv). Sep 26 7:30pm JohnAlcorn Songbook Series: George Gershwin./(adv). Sep 28 7pm Tim Boyle/(adv). Sep 29 7pm Ilana Waldston/(adv).Gallery Studio, The2877 Lake Shore Blvd., Etobicoke.416-253-0285www.thegallerystudiocafe.ca (full schedule)Every Tue Jazz Jam with Humber College walumni house band: Riley O’Connor (drums);Scott Kemp (bass); Scott Metcalf (piano);Shirantha Beddage (saxophone); Lee Wallace(guitar). Every Sat 4:30-7pm The CookingChannel. No Cover. Every Sun 1:30pm Birdsof a Feather; 4pm Fair Trade; 7pm ElizabethMartins Quartet. No Cover. Every Second Wed7:30pm Uptown Swing Band.Gate 403403 Roncesvalles Ave. 416-588-2930www.gate403.comAll shows: PWYC.Sep 1 5pm Sugar Brown and the Fish MarketBlues Band; 9pm Melissa Boyce Jazz & BluesBand. Sep 2 5pm Joel Hartt & Mark Kieswetter;9pm Canada’s King of Roots Music. Sep 35pm Tom McGill; 9pm Richard Whiteman JazzBand. Sep 4 5pm Kelsey McNulty Jazz Band;9pm Julian Fauth Blues Night. Sep 5 5pm BrianCober and Aslan Gotov: Boogie Bros.; 9pm KurtNielsen and Richard Whiteman. Sep 6 5pmJeffrey Hewer Jazz Band; 9pm Mélanie BrûléeJazz Band. Sep 7 5pm Mike Field Jazz Band;9pm Christopher Simmons Jazz Trio. Sep 8 5pmBill Heffernan & Friends; 9pm John Deehan JazzBand feat. Zoe Chilco. Sep 9 5pm Gosia Faryna;9pm Robin Banks Jazz Band. Sep 10 5pm DenisSchingh; 9pm Richard Whiteman Jazz Band.Sep 1 5pm G Street Jazz Trio; 9pm Julian FauthBlues Night. Sep 12 5pm Blain Davis & GouldTrio; 9pm tba. Sep 13 5pm Phillip Albert JazzQuartet; 9pm Kevin Laliberté Jazz & FlamencoTrio. Sep 14 5pm Andy MacDonald Jazz Trio;9pm Fraser Melvin Blues Band. Sep 15 5pm BillHeffernan & Friends; 9pm Patrick Tevlin’s NewOrleans Rhythm. Sep 16 5pm Carol Oya JazzBand; 9pm Joanna Moon Flamneco Latino withQuebec Edge. Sep 17 5pm Erica Romero Trio;9pm Richard Whiteman Jazz Band. Sep 18 5pmAimie Page Roots and Blues Duo; 9pm JulianFauth Blues Night. Sep 19 5pm John CampbellSolo; 9pm Lara Solnicki Jazz Band. Sep 20 5pmMaxine Willan Jazz Duo; 9pm String TheoryCollective. Sep 21 5pm John Mason & MarkKieswetter; 9pm Sweet Derrick Blues Band.Sep 22 5pm Bill Heffernan & Friends; 9pmDenielle Bassels Jazz Band. Sep 23 5pm AndyDeCampos; 9pm Peter Kauffman Jazz Trio.Publicity, press kits& image consultingfor performers416.544.1803www.lizpr.comSep 24 5pm Annie Bonsignore; 9pm RichardWhiteman Jazz Band. Sep 25 5pm MelissaLauren Jazz Band; 9pm Julian Fauth Blues Band.Sep 26 5pm Dave Rubel Jazz Band; 9pm JillPeacock Jazz Band. Sep 27 5pm Nicole CorrealeJazz Band; 9pm Gabriel Palatchi Latin JazzBand. Sep 28 5pm Sam Broverman Jazz Duo;9pm Pearl Motel. Sep 29 5pm Bill Heffernan& Friends; 9pm Mikko Hilden Standards JazzQuartet. Sep 30 5pm Blues and Troubles; 9pmBrownman Akoustic Trio.Gladstone Hotel1214 Queen St. W. 416-531-4635www.gladstonehotel.com (full schedule)Sep 1 9pm Mr. Rick & the Biscuits.Grossman’s Tavern“Toronto’s Home of the Blues”379 Spadina Ave. 416-977-1210www.grossmanstavern.com (full schedule)All shows: No Cover.Every Sat 4–8pm The Happy Pals matinee.Every Sun 4:30–8:30pm New OrleansConnection Allstars; 9:30pm–2am TheNationals.Harlem Restaurant67 Richmond St. E. 416-368-1920www.harlemrestaurant.com (full schedule)Every Mon (starting Sep 10) 8-midnight CarolynT’s Open Jam Night.PWYC. Every Fri/Sat 7:30-11:30pm Jazz/Blues. No Cover. Sep 1 CanaliDuetto. Sep 7 Josh Lehman. Sep 8 JoannaMohammed. Sep 14 Shelley Hamilton. Sep 15SoJay. Sep 21 Jake Wilkinson. Sep 22 ChrisRouse. Sep 28 Unbuttoned. Sep 29 Gyles feat.James King TrioHarlem Underground Restaurant/Bar745 Queen St. W. 416-366-4743www.harlemrestaurant.com/undergroundEvery Mon Daniel Gagnon. Every Tue JohnCampbell. Every Thu Carl Bray Trio. Every Fri,Sat Carl Bray.Hirut Restaurant2050 Danforth Ave. 416-551-7560Every Wed 8pm Open Mic with Gary 17. EverySat 2pm Open Jam.Home Smith Bar – See Old Mill, TheHugh’s Room“Toronto’s home of live Folk and Roots”2261 Dundas St. W. 416-531-6604www.hughsroom.com (full schedule)All shows start at 8:30pmSep 5 Sharon Bieck CD Release: The Waythe Story Moves /(adv). Sep 6Les Chiclettes /(adv). Sep 7 DaveCarroll: CD Release. Sep 8 Ron Nigrini.50/(adv). Sep 10 Jazz.FM91Cabaret Series: Cheryl Bentyne w/ MarkBeat by Beat | In the ClubsSeptemberingMissin’ the Trane: There were celebrated nights of packed housesand grim evenings of empty rooms, but the music kept playing fornine admirable years, and there’s no doubt that the Trane Studio willbe missed by audiences and musicians alike. That said, I’m not goingto give a eulogy to the club just yet; in writing to inform of the club’sdecision not to renew the lease at 964 Bathurst, owner Frank Francispointed out that “this does not mean the end of the business, it israther an opportunity for us to take a well-deserved break and assessthings differently.” Looking forward to catching the next Trane!Singers and the Norm: Multi-talented Julie McGregor is an exquisitepainter who, about a decade ago, turned her focus to singing jazz.More recently, McGregor has begun producing The Singer’s Jazz Series,which features, alongside herself, a variety of Torontonian talent onvocals, with the venerable Norman Amadio on piano. Ironically, it’sthe accompanist who’s at the heart of this singer’s series.“I was inspired by pianist Norman Amadio, one of Canada’s greatestjazz talents and sadly it seems, most under-appreciated,” saysMcGregor. “I wanted everyone to hear Norm play. At 84, he still playsgreat ... he loves accompanying and really is one of the most giving,humble and kind musicians I have ever met.”Indeed, Amadio’s modesty belies his legendary status as jazzpianist, piano teacher, music coach, composer, arranger, sessionplayer, band leader and accompanist, dating back to the 1940s. At 17,the precociously gifted Norm left his hometown of Timmins to studywith Boris Berlin at the Royal Conservatory, and soon thereafterbecame influential in starting the bebop scene in Toronto. Amadiobecame one of the country’s most in-demand players, headliningat New York’s Birdland in 1956 opposite Duke Ellington, andcollaborating with far toomany jazz giants to mention inthis wee column.At the “September’s Song”installment of The Singer’s JazzSeries, Amadio, along with thewondrous Neil Swainson onbass, will provide the ultimateaccompaniment for featuredvocalists Sophia Perlman,Vincent Wolfe and JulieMcGregor, and jazz poet ChrisHercules. Reservations arerecommended for this event,taking place at Hugh’s Roomon Sunday, September 16.Songbook hero: When itcomes to the American songbook,there might not be a better keeper of its flame than JohnAlcorn. His personal approach finds the singer infusing the materialVenue Rental• in the heart of Yorkville• historical heritage building• Steinway Grand Piano• recital and special events• lighting and sound systems• accomodates caterers• reasonable ratesORI DAGANJohn Alcorn.35 Hazelton Avenue, Heliconian Hall416-922-3618 rentals@heliconianclub.orgGREG KINGSeptember 1 – October 7, 2012 thewholenote.com 53

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