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Volume 18 Issue 2 - October 2012

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  • Toronto
  • October
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  • November
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Concert Nov. 18 includesFinlandia, Peer Gynt, Great Gate of Kiev andmore. highlandsorchestra@gmail.comTHE JOHN LAING SINGERS is a chamberchoir known for excellence and intriguingprogramming. Based in the Hamilton area,we sing a mix of repertoire that spans thecenturies, under the dynamic leadershipof Artistic Director, Roger Bergs. Weare inviting new voices to join us for our2012-2013 concert season. For auditioninformation and to learn more about us,please visit www.johnlaingsingers.comVOICES OF COLOUR MUSIC seeks a seniorlevel piano and theory teacher. Inquiries416- 588-5845 Ext 2, or voicesofcolourmusic@gmail.comINSTRUCTIONFLUTE, PIANO, THEORY LESSONS: RCMexam preparation. Samantha Chang, RoyalAcademy of Music PGDip, LRAM, ARCT.416-293-1302, samantha.studio@gmail.comwww.samanthaflute.comJAZZ / IMPROVISATION LESSONS: Classicalmusicians, all Instrumentalists welcome! Piano,Theory, Composing, Popular Styles Creativeapproach. 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WE ARE ALL MUSIC’S CHILDRENOctober’s Child Jane BunnettMJ BUELLWho isNovember’sChild?Follow the leader!Stealing heartsand UncleKevin’s clarinet!The clarinet’sa red herring, tomatch the shoesand the face.Know our MysteryChild’s name? Sendyour best guess tomusicschildren@thewholenote.comby October 21. Winconcert ticketsand recordings!At grandmother’shouse inJonesborough,in County Down,Ireland, 1966.Jane Bunnett plays sopranosaxophone, flute, piccoloand piano, and is one ofCanada’s foremost jazz musicians.Known for her improvisingtalents, technical alacrity,versatile writing, band leadingabilities and also for her collaborativework celebrating themusic of Cuba, Bunnett is amultiple JUNO Award winner,Grammy nominee, and a recipientof the Order of Canada. Afilm, Embracing Voices: TheWoman Behind The Music OfJane Bunnett, which follows arecent recording project, premieredin April 2012. Driven bya deep appreciation for the universality of music, shecontinues to tour internationally, forge new collaborationsand record.Bunnett lives with her partner of 34 years, trumpetplayer Larry Cramer, in Toronto’s Parkdale neighbourhoodand enjoys “painting and creating art, gardening,hiking in the woods, chilling out and cooking withfriends and digging into our great vintage record collection.”This summer marked Jane’s and Larry’s fourthyear as co-artistic directors of the Bancroft & MaynoothJazz and Blues Fest.A typical Jane Bunnett line-upwith the Spirits of Havana, Iya Ire andHilario Durán, at Hugh’s Room.About that childhood photo?I do remember loving my stuffed animals. Often atnight they’d end up one by one in my bed becauseI’d be sorry about any of them feeling left out. Mymother would come in and find me asleep on thefloor. Today maybe I’d tell little me “don’t ever letthe sidemen upstage you!”What is your earliest musical memory?Lying under a grand piano, having all that lovelymusic wash over me. This was at our neighbours’home, Rosemary Hahn and MartaStayner — two elderly German ladies — sisters.Rosemary had studied to become a concertpianist. She was incredibly widely read andphilosophical, and was pretty much my first pianoteacher — she had a major impact on my life.My parents cut a miniature gate in the fence so as afour-year-old I could visit freely.What do you remember about music as a child?I loved lip-syncing and pretending to play along withrecords in front of a big mirror with my friends. We hadthe Supremes and Aretha Franklin ... There was also theJim Kweskin Jug Band — Maria Muldar sang with them.I got the idea of making home made instruments andI’d bring my friends over to play jug band with me.We made one of those things with a wash tub witha string and a broomstick. And I remember that theCanadian Brass come to perform for us at BrownSchool. Right in front of us they cut up a garden hoseinto pieces, stuck some kind of nozzles on the ends, andplayed them like horns. We had band in grade 5 and 6,and I loved it.I saw this NFB film in grade 6 or 7 with people playingmusic on flower pots, so I went out and gatheredterracotta pots and hung them from the pipes in thebasement to play on them. My brother lent me somekind of a tape recorder, and I recorded it.And I had these bongos — I remember playing alongwith Gordon Lightfoot’s The way I feel is like a robin. Itwas kind of bossa nova Lightfoot.I loved going to Sam’s to buy a new record. I’d comehome, turn the lights out and listen in the dark ...A longer version of Jane Bunnett’s interviewcontinues at thewholenote.com.DANILO NAVASCONGRATULATIONS TO OUR WINNERS! HERE’S WHAT THEY WONJane Bunnett, Cuban pianist Chucho Valdés, and Afro-Cuban drum and dance ensemble, Iyá Iré, perform theirresistible music of Cuba: this October 20 concert (8pm, Koerner Hall) is part of the Royal Conservatory’s QuéRica Cuba! Series. A pair of tickets awaits Otto Rath. The Rose Theatre presents Jane Bunnett and the Spirits ofHavana, with Hilario Durán, and the Heavyweights Brass Band on Nov 28 (8pm, Main Stage). What can you expect inan evening like this — jazz, Cuban musical idioms, echoes of blues, classical, gospel and R&B? FrancesGiles is going to find out! Haydn, Hétu and Beethoven. Two tickets for Brian N. Mundo: The Worldof Jane Bunnett is a career celebration: 25 tracks from 16 albums (1989 to 2008) and two brand newnumbers with the young Toronto ensemble Heavyweights Brass Band. This 2-CW recording(EMI 5099930162129) was released in February. A copy for Catherine McWhinnie, forCharlie Sise and one for St. Clements’ Maggie Thomson and her class, AMU 3_4M.Music’s Children gratefully acknowledges Larry, Mary and Bud, Heather, Sasha, Warren and music-loving mums and dads everywhere.October 1 – November 7, 2012 thewholenote.com 63

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