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Volume 18 Issue 9 - June/July/August 2013

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5 Senses FestivalAugust 16 and 17Richmond Hill, ON905-237-04235sensesfestival.org5 Senses Festival is held on the grounds,and surrounding area, of the Richmond HillCentre for the Performing Arts, 10268 YongeStreet, in the Village of Richmond Hill.FREE admission.CS – Cosmo Stage in the PlazaSS – SoapBox Stage in the Marketplace●●August 16, 6:30: O’Canada. George St.Kitts; Colin Gillis, Richmond Hill Bagpiper. CS;7:30: Julian Troiano Band. CS; 8:30: GeorgeSt. Kitts Band. CS.●●August 17, 11:00am: Zumba with SandraCorrado. SS; 11:30: Persian Culture Programming.Music, food and entertainment.CS; 12:00: Cosmo School of Music Performers.SS; 1:30: Sing O’Canada (Eng/Fr). RHPipes; Colin Gillis. CS; 1:30: Mad Hatters TeaParty. Mark Pezzelato Band. SS; 1:40: PatriciaDuffy. CS; 2:30: Teresa Marchione. CS; 2:30:Dance Crew. SS; 3:00: Chuck McClellandSings Canadiana. SS; 3:30: Asian Culture Programming.Music, food and entertainment.CS; Jazz with Patricia Duffy. SS; 4:00: SpiritMovers. SS; 5:30: Russian Cultural Dance orSong. CS; 6:45: Alex Ciccone. CS; 8:00: Richand the Poor Boys. CS; 9:30: SoulChild. CS.All-Canadian Jazz Festival Port HopeSeptember 20 to September 22Summer FestivalsPort Hope, ON905-885-1938allcanadianjazz.caAll-Canadian Jazz Festival listings will appearin our September issue’s daily listings SectionB, Concerts Beyond the GTA.Brookside Music Summer Concert SeriesJuly 4 to August 22Midland, ON705-527-4420brooksidemusic.comBrookside Music’s summer concert listingsappear in this issue’s daily listings Section B,Concerts Beyond the GTA, on the followingdates: July 4, 11, 18, 25; Aug 1, 8, 15, 22.Brott Music FestivalJune 20 to August 15Burlington, Hamilton and Ancaster, ON905-525-7664brottmusic.comBPAC – Burlington Performing Arts Centre,440 Locust Street, BurlingtonHP – Hamilton Place, 10 Macnab Street South,HamiltonMPAC – McIntyre Performing Arts Centre,Mohawk College, 135 Fennell Avenue West,HamiltonSJAC – St. John’s Anglican Church, 272 WilsonStreet East, Ancaster●●June 20, 7:30: Beethoven’s 9th Symphony.Beethoven: Symphony No.9; Demuynck:Alerion. Leslie Ann Bradley, soprano; MicheleBogdanowicz, mezzo; David Curry, tenor;Geoffrey Sirett, baritone; Festival Chorus;Arcady Singers; National Academy Orchestra.BPAC. ; (sr); (st).●●June 26, 5:30: Kate and William: A RoyalBaby Shower. Works by Debussy and Mozart;music, poetry and videos. Elizabeth Herrera,vocals; Valerie Tryon, piano. SJAC. ;(sr); (st).●●June 29, 4:00: Brandenburg Concerti Nos.1, 3 and 4. Bach. Joseph Lanza, violin/concertmaster.BPAC. ; (sr); (st); (bothconcerts) (sr); (st); 7:00: BrandenburgConcerti Nos. 2, 5 and 6. See 4:00 forvenue and ticket details.●●July 6, 7:30: For Michael: The Music ofMichael Jackson. Billy Jean, The Way YouMake Me Feel, Man in the Mirror and others.Gavin Hope, vocals; Jeans n’Classics band;National Academy Orchestra. MPAC. ;(sr); (st). Reserved seating add .●●July 10, 7:30: Music of A Thousand and oneNights. Gray: Sinfonia D’Espoir; Saint-Saëns:Piano Concerto No.2; A. Brott: Arabesque;Rimsky-Korsakov: Scheherazade. Anita Pari,piano and cello; Josh Tiessen, artist. MPAC.; (sr); (st). Reserved seating add .●●July 12, 7:30: Hot Jazz with Michael Kaeshammer.SJAC. ; (sr); (st). AlsoJuly 13.●●July 13, 7:30: Hot Jazz with Michael Kaeshammer.SJAC. ; (sr); (st).●●July 18, 7:30: Tango Terrifico and BestBolero. Rimsky-Korsakov: Capriccio EspagnolOp.34; Ravel: Boléro; Simon: Tangos (dancedlive); Tango Concerto (premiere); othertangos. Bryant Lopez and Faye Lavin, dancers.MPAC. ; (sr); (st). Reservedseating add .●●July 25, 7:30: Shall We Dance: TchaikovskyFavourites. Tchaikovsky: Polonaise andWaltz from Eugene Onegin; Pas de Deux fromNutcracker Suite and Swan Lake; SymphonyNo.5; Pozdnyakov: Break Dance. Sonia Rodriguezand Piotr Stanczyk, dancers; NationalAcademy Orchestra. MPAC. ; (sr);(st). Reserved seating add .●●July 27, 7:30: Last Night at The PromsMeets Gilbert and Sullivan. Here’s A How-dedo,When I Was a Lad, Rule Britannia, Pompand Circumstance and other selections.David Curry, vocals; guest: Brian Jackson,conductor. MPAC. ; (sr); (st).Reserved seating add .●●August 1, 7:30: Verdi’s Aida. Sharon AzrieliPerez, soprano; Emilia Boteva, mezzo; DavidPomeroy, tenor; Arcady Singers. MPAC. ;(st); (st). Reserved seating add .●●August 7, 7:30: Crazy for Gershwin. Goulet:21; Gershwin: Piano Concerto in F; Rhapsodyin Blue; Bernstein: selections from West SideStory. Ian Parker, piano. MPAC. ; (st);(st). Reserved seating add .●●August 10, 7:00: Broadway Heros withDavid Rogers. Selections from Camelot,Phantom of the Opera, Oklahoma , Man ofLa Mancha and others. MPAC. ; (st);(st). Reserved seating add .●●August 11, 3:00: A Celtic High Tea with RuthSutherland. Auld Lang Syne, Ae Fond Kiss, PEIShores, Arran Farewell and other selections.Ruth Sutherland, harp; Doug Feaver, guitar,vocals and harmonica; Patti Smith, vocals andguitar. SJAC. ; (sr); (st). IncludesHigh Tea.●●August 15, 7:30: Grand Finale: Mahler, Symphonyof A Thousand. Leslie Fagan, BettyWaynne Allison and Jacqueline Woodley, sopranos;Anita Caruse and Mia Lennox Williams,altos; John Tiranno, tenor; Stephen Hegedus,bass; Gordon Binter, bass-baritone; ArcadySingers; National Academy Orchestra. HP.; (sr); (st).Canadian Open Old Time Fiddle ChampionshipAugust 7 to August 11Shelburne, ON519-925-8620shelburnefiddlecontest.comAll concerts at Centre Dufferin RecreationComplex, 200 Fiddle Park Lane, Shelburne.●●August 7, 7:00: Battle of the Bands. Localbands. .●●August 8, 7:30: Everything Fitz. Emily Flack,Nate Douglas, Julie Fitzgerald and Tom Fitzgerald.; (12 and under).●●August 10, 3:15: Fiddle and StepdanceShow. ; (12 and under).●●August 10, 6:00: Fiddle ChampionshipFinals and Black Family Entertainment. ;(12 and under).City of Toronto Historic SitesJune 1 to June 29Toronto, ON416-392-6910 or’s the 1920s!Sunday, June 2312 to 4 of Toronto Historic Sites presents concertsand events throughout June, in avariety of historic venues. Concert listingsfor the outdoor Music in the Orchard seriesat the Spadina Museum appear in this issue’sdaily listings Section A, Concerts in the GTA,on June 2, 9, 16.Concert listings for the Solfeggio MusicSeries at Montgomery’s Inn (co-presentedwith the Neapolitan Connection) appear inthis issue’s daily listings Section A, Concertsin the GTA, on June 1 and 29.See listings Section D, “The ETCeteras,” fordetails on events at Fort York National HistoricSite, Colborne Lodge, ScarboroughMuseum and Spadina Museum’s GatsbyGarden Party, June 23.Colours of MusicSeptember 27 to October 6Barrie, ON705-726-1181coloursofmusic.caColours of Music listings will appear in ourSeptember issue’s daily listings Section B,Concerts Beyond the GTA.68 | June 7 – September 7, 2013

Elora FestivalJuly 12 to August 4Elora, ON519-846-0331 or 888-747-7550elorafestival.comEPS – Elora Public School, 288 Mill Street EastGB – Gambrel Barn, 7454 Wellington Road 21SJAC – St. John’s Anglican Church, 36 HendersonStreetSJCF – St. Joseph’s Church, 760 St. DavidStreet, Fergus●●July 12, 7:30: Requiem. Verdi. Elora FestivalOrchestra; Elora Festival Singers; TorontoMendelssohn Choir; and guest soloists. GB.; 6:45: Pre-concert talk.●●July 13, 3:00: New Zealand String Quartet.Works by Brahms, Body and others. SJAC.; 7:30: Leahy. GB. .●●July 14, 2:00: Dixit Dominus and LaudatePueri. Handel. Elora Festival Singers; FestivalChamber Players; Noel Edison, conductor.SJAC. ; 4:00: Manitoba Chamber Orchestra.Works by Ravel, Kradjian, Sayat-Novaand Glass. Guest: Isabel Bayrakdarian, soprano.GB. .●●July 17, 7:30: Moscow String Quartet.Works by Mozart, Borodin and Shostakovich.SJAC. .●●July 18, 7:30: Sacred Music for a SacredSpace. A cappella choral music. Elora FestivalSingers, Noel Edison, conductor. SJCF. .●●July 19, 4:00: Elora Festival Kids Camp: Jilland the Beanstalk. Performance by participantsin the Elora Festival Kids Camp. EPS.$TBA. 7:30: Brass Transit. Jazz-rock music.GB. .●●July 20, 3:00: Coronation: Crowning Glory.A 60th celebration of the Queen’s coronation.Hugh Brewster, author and narrator; ChristopherNewton and Brigitte Robinson, actors;Michael Bloss, organ; Festival Brass; EloraFestival Singers, Noel Edison, conductor. GB; 7:30: Jorge Miguel Flamenco Ensemble.Traditional and contemporary Flamencomusic, song and dance. GB. .●●July 21, 2:00: Organ Concerti. Works byBach, Handel and Haydn. Festival ChamberPlayers; Michael Bloss, organ. SJAC. ;4:00: The Minstrel and the Bard. Works byShakespeare, Mendelssohn, Bernstein andProkofiev. Colin Fox, actor; Fung Chiu PianoDuo. SJAC. .●●July 25, 7:30: Anagnoson and Kinton.Beethoven for one piano, four hands. SJAC..●●July 26, 7:30: Carmina Burana. Orff. EloraFestival Singers; Toronto Mendelssohn Choir;TorQ Percussion Ensemble; James Bourneand Michel Ross, piano. GB. .●●July 27, 3:00: Acis and Galatea. Handel.Elora Festival Singers; Toronto Masque TheatreMusicians; Noel Edison, conductor. SJAC.; 7:30: Steven Page. GB. .●●July 28, 2:00: 100th Anniversary of BenjaminBritten. Elora Festival Singers; MichaelBloss, organ; Noel Edison, conductor. SJAC.; 4:00: The Art of Song. French Art Songand German Leider. Suzie Leblanc, soprano;Julius Drake, piano. SJAC. .●●August 1, 7:30: A Romantic Virtuoso.Beethoven: “Moonlight” and “Appassionata”Sonatas. Sheng Cai, piano. SJAC. .●●August 2, 7:30: Steve Bell and Trio. GB. .●●August 3, 3:00: Sonic Escape: Circle theSea. Music for flute, violin and cello. SJAC.; 7:30: The Mikado. Gilbert and Sullivan.Michael Cressman (Mikado); David Curry(Nanki-Poo); Jim White (Ko-Ko); AllisonAngelo (Yum-Yum); Jean Stillwell (Katisha);Elora Festival Orchestra; Elora Festival Singers;Noel Edison, conductor. GB. .●●August 4, 3:00: Show Tunes. Songs frommusic theatre repertoire. James Bourne,piano; Elora Festival Singers, Noel Edison,conductor. GB. .Festival AlexandriaJune 30 to July 28Alexandria, ON416-525-4141 or concerts at 3689 County Road 45,Alexandria.Tickets: (adults); (seniors and students);free(children under 12).●●June 30, 3:00: Bloomsday Celebration.Edwardian and Irish music from Joyce’s Ulysses,and others. Beverly McGuire, soprano;Kathleen McAuliffe, soprano; Ashley Foot,tenor; Kris Epps, piano.●●July 7, 3:00: Sound Adaptations. Works byBach, Beethoven, Röntgen and Poulenc. TheodoreBaskin, oboe; Karen Baskin, cello; LaurieAltma, piano.●●July 14, 3:00: Small World Project. Smallstringed instruments produce sounds fromall musical genres. Sébastien Dufour (MG3);Patrick Graham (La Nef); Frédéric Samson(Vent du Nord).●●July 21, 3:00: Terreno E Vago. Italian baroquemusic from the 17th century. TanyaLaPerrière, baroque violin; Elinor Frey, baroquecello; Esteban La Rotta, theorbo; MylèneBélanger, harpsichord.●●July 28, 3:00: Afternoon of Duos and Trios.Works by Bartók, Debussy, Florey and Mendelssohn.Linda Rosenthal, violin; Susan Salm,cello; Laurie Altman, piano.Festival of the SoundJuly 1, 14, July 18 to August 11Parry Sound, ON705-746-2410 or 1-866-364-0061festivalofthesound.caCWSC – Charles W. Stockey Centre for thePerforming Arts, 2 Bay StreetFSG – Festival Station Gallery, 1 Avenue RoadMTH – Museum on Tower Hill, 17 GeorgeStreetPSTD – Parry Sound Town Dock, 9 Bay Street(Island Queen Cruise Ship)SAPC – St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, 58Seguin StreetSJUC – St. James United Church, 24 MaryStreet●●July 1, 7:00: Canada Day Cruise. Music ofNewfoundland. Glenn Greene and End of theRoad, east-coast band. PSTD. .●●July 14, 2:30: All in a Garden Green. JamesCampbell, clarinet; Afiara String Quartet. Acountry garden in Rosseau, 8 Victoria Ave.. Call for directions to venue.●●July 18, 7:30: Gala Opening Concert: ThePride of Ontario. Daley: Paradise, Song ofGeorgian Bay; Robertson/Dault: The Goal; June 7 – September 7, 2013 | 69

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