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Volume 18 Issue 9 - June/July/August 2013

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through different acoustic spaces of theGardiner Museum and surrounding area.Gardiner Museum, 111 Queen’s Park. 416-504-1282. Free.●●Aug 3–31, 12:00–4:00(weekdays), 11:00am–3:00pm(Saturdays): New Adventures inSound Art. (E)scapes: exploring the sonicrelationship between body and space. SatoshiMorita: Sonic Suit; Hill Haroki Kobayashi: TeleEcho Tube. NAISA Space, Studio 252, ArtscapeWychwood Barns, 601 Christie St.416-652-5115. By donation.SUMMER CAMPS & MUSIC PROGRAMS●●Jul 1–12: Niagara Symphony Orchestra.Summer Music Camp – Junior Camp. Musicprograms for children 18 months to 11 years.Ridley College, 2 Ridley Rd., St. Catharines.905-687-4993 x223. For details: thenso.ca.●●Jul 8–26: Niagara Symphony Orchestra.Summer Music Camp – the Academy. Musicprogram for youth 15 to 18. Masterclasses,orchestra, band, string ensemble, jazz band,choir and more. Ridley College, 2 Ridley Rd.,St. Catharines. 905-687-4993 x223. Fordetails: thenso.ca.●●Jul 15–19, 10:00am–3:00pm: New Adventuresin Sound Art. Youth Sound Art CampWorkshop. NAISA Space, Studio 252, ArtscapeWychwood Barns, 601 Christie St.416-652-5115. . For details: naisa@naisa.ca.●●Jul 15–26: Niagara Symphony Orchestra.Summer Music Camp – Senior Camp. Musicprograms for children 11 to 14. Ridley College,2 Ridley Rd., St. Catharines. 905-687-4993D. The ETCeteras ●x223. For details: thenso.ca.●●Aug 4–9, 9:00am–3:50pm: KincardineSummer Music Festival. Jazz program foradvanced students. Huron Heights PublicSchool, 785 Russell St., Kincardine. 1-866-453-9716. 0; 0(early registrationbefore June 30). For details: ksmf.ca.●●Aug 12–16, 9:00am: Stratford SummerMusic. Speed Control’s School of Rawk WeekOne (Beginners). Rock camp for musicians ofall ages. Masonic Concert Hall, 15 Church St.,Stratford. 519-271-2101; 1-866-288-4313. 5per week. Advance registration required.●●Aug 12–16, 9:00am–3:50pm: KincardineSummer Music Festival. Daytime musicclasses. Huron Heights Public School, 785Russell St., Kincardine. 1-866-453-9716.0; 0(early registration before June30). For details: ksfm.ca.●●Aug 19–23, 9:00am: Stratford SummerMusic. Speed Control’s School of Rawk WeekTwo (Advanced). Rock camp for musicians ofall ages. Masonic Concert Hall, 15 Church St.,Stratford. 519-271-2101; 1-866-288-4313. 5per week. Advance registration required.SINGALONGS●●Jun 11, 7:00–8:00: Canada Sings/ChantonsCanada! Toronto-Riverdale. NeighbourhoodSingalong. Canadian folk songs, rock,broadway, ballads. Mark Bell, songleader;Marjorie Wiens, piano. Neighbourhood UnitarianUniversalist Church, 79 Hiawatha Rd.416-778-0796. Free; donations accepted. canadasings.ca.ETCETERA: MISCELLANEOUS●●Jun 1, 3:00–6:00: Open Ears/CAFKA.Between the Ears Festival: Guide WithinThese Walls at the Walper. Open explorationand hour-long guided tours through a seriesof micro-performances featuring the spaceof the Walper Hotel. Walper Hotel, 1 King St.W., Kitchener. 519-579-8564. Free; donationsaccepted.●●Jun 1, 8:00: Arraymusic. Special Array Session17: Mbira Plus. Interactive Zimbabwestyle concert and party. Array Space, 155Walnut St. 416-532-3019. Pwyc.JubilatesingersMUSIC DIRECTOR: ISABEL BERNAUSAUDITIONS JUNE & SEPT!Seven reasons to sing with us:• spicy World Music repertoire• smaller SATB auditionedchamber choir of 35 singers• opportunity to sing in manylanguages, including English• excellent ensemble training• solo opportunities• member fees waived for studentsREHEARSALS Tues. 7:30-9:45,Yonge/Lawrence areaCall 416-459-8927, David Reddinwww. jubilatesingers.ca● Jun 9, 16 and 23, 10:30am: Canadian OperaCompany. Tour the Four Seasons Centre forthe Performing Arts. 90-minute tours includingbackstage access to wig rooms, dressingrooms, orchestra pit and more! Four SeasonsCentre for the Performing Arts, 145 Queen St.W. 416-306-2329. ; (sr/st).●●Jun 10, 17 and 24, 9:30am: silence. MorningMusic. Monday morning improvisationsession, with coffee and tea. 46 Essex St.,Guelph. ; free with breakfast food contribution.info@silencesounds.ca.●●Jun 15, 10:00am–9:00pm: City of TorontoHistoric Museums. The Garrison at YorkComes to Life! Period food, entertainmentand War of 1812 battle re-enactments. FortYork, 250 Fort York Blvd. 416-392-6907. Free.●●Jun 15, 8:00: Toronto Symphony Orchestra.Annual Tailgate Party. Roy Thomson HallSurface Parking Lot, 60 Simcoe St. 416-598-3375. ; (Impresarios Club Members).June 14–23Music MobCo-hosted by TSO Music DirectorPeter Oundjian & Luminato FestivalArtistic Director Jorn WeisbrodtJune 22, 2PM, Festival Hub,David Pecaut Square, FREEOfficial Partner:With Support From:Arts Partner:luminatofestival.comfor full festival detailsNo Strings TheatrepresentsThe Harmony Singers of EtobicokeHow many women’s choruses have sung the national anthems ata Jays game and appeared in a music video with the group DownWith Webster? If you’d like to be part of a dynamic 35-voice groupthat sings a challenging repertoire ranging from Leonard Cohen toJohn Rutter, let us know. (We also havegreat parties.) For more information,contact Conductor Harvey Patterson at416-239-5821 or emailtheharmonysingers@ca.inter.net .by Donald Harron &Norman Campbelladapted from the novel byL. M. MontgomeryYOUTHS 12–21! You can stillregister to be in the cast!August 8–11Toronto Centre for the Arts,Studio Theatrenostringstheatre.com for detailsETOBICOKE CENTENNIAL CHOIRHenry Renglich, Music DirectorThe Etobicoke Centennial Choir, an SATBcommunity choir entering its 47th season, isseeking new choristers in all sections. Abilityto read music is required.Interested singers are invited to attend anOpen Rehearsal on Tuesday, September 10,2013 from 7:15-10:00 pm.Humber Valley United Church, 76 Anglesey Blvd., EtobicokeInformation: call 416-622-6923info@etobicokecentennialchoir.ca www.etobicokecentennialchoir.ca58 | June 7 – September 7, 2013 thewholenote.com

Price includes food, drinks and main-floorconcert ticket.●●Jun 16, 10:00am–5:00pm: City of TorontoHistoric Museums. The Garrison at YorkComes to Life! Period food, entertainment.Fort York, 250 Fort York Blvd. 416-392-6907.Free.●●Jun 16, 11am: City of Toronto HistoricMuseums. A Regency Picnic and Dance.Karen Millyard, dancing mistress; StephenFuller, fiddler. Colborne Lodge, 11 ColborneGATSBYGARDENPARTYIt’s the 1920s!Sunday, June 2312 to 4 p.m.SPADINAMUSEUMspadina@toronto.catoronto.ca/museum-eventsLodge Dr. 416-392-6916. .●●Jun 21, 5:30: Alliance Française deToronto. Make Music Toronto. All musiclovers are invited to play, sing and listento music. Call if you are interested in performing.Mel Lastman Square, 5100 Yonge St.416-922-2014 x35. Free.●●Jun 22, 2:00: Luminato Festival. MusicMob. Toronto Symphony Orchestra. FestivalHub, David Pecaut Sq., 55 John St. 416-368-4849. Free.Musicat MetropolitanLEADBASS SINGERrequiredforMetropolitan UnitedChurch ChoirContact Dr. Patricia Wrightpatriciaw@metunited.org416-363-0331 ext. 26●●Jun 23, 12:00noon–4:00: City of TorontoHistoric Museums. Gatsby Garden Party.Party like it’s 1927! Includes costume contest.Spadina Museum, 285 Spadina Rd. 416-392-6910. ; free(5 and under).●●Jul 1, 8, 15, 22 and 29, 9:30am: silence. MorningMusic. Monday morning improvisationsession, with coffee and tea. 46 Essex St.,Guelph. ; free with breakfast food contribution.info@silencesounds.ca.●●Jul 18, 8:00: Stratford Summer Music.Schafer at 80: Birthday Dinner. ChurchRestaurant, 70 Brunswick St., Stratford. 519-271-2101; 1-866-288-4313. Tickets by phone oremail. tickets@stratfordsummermusic.ca.●●Aug 5, 12, 19 and 26, 9:30am: silence. MorningMusic. Monday morning improvisationsession, with coffee and tea. 46 Essex St.,Guelph. ; free with breakfast food contribution.info@silencesounds.ca.●●Sep 2, 9:30am: silence. Morning Music.Monday morning improvisation session, withcoffee and tea. 46 Essex St., Guelph. ; freewith breakfast food contribution. info@silencesounds.ca.●●June 20–22, various times. City of TorontoHistoric Museums. Indigenous Arts Festivalat Fort York. Storytelling, traditional song anddance, educational demonstrations and displaysby Mississaugas of the New Credit FirstNation. Works performed: Kaha:wi DanceTheatre:The Honouring; Centre for IndigenousTheatre: The Road; Métis Fiddle Quartet:Corps de Voyageur. Book launch of Donald B.Smith’s novel Mississauga Portraits. 250 FortYork Blvd. 416-392-6907. Free.Free event listings:listings@thewholenote.comthewholenote.com June 7 – September 7, 2013 | 59

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