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Volume 18 Issue 9 - June/July/August 2013

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fiddles; Ten Strings And A Goat Skin. ;(sr).●●August 18, 7:30: Kitchen Party at St. Mary’s.Old-time music. Ivan and Vivian Hicks, fiddles;Saddle River String Band; Milk and Honey.; (sr).●●August 23, 7:30: Duo Concertante. Classicalchamber music. Nancy Dahn, violin; TimothySteeves, piano. ; (sr).●●August 25, 7:30: Matt Andersen. Singersongwriter.; (sr).●●September 14, 7:30: Anastasia Rizikov,piano. ; $18(sr).●●September 19, 7:30: We Will RememberThem. Songs inspired by hopes and fears,in a tribute to our veterans of the two worldwars. Andrea Jeffery, soprano; Derrick Miller,tenor; and others. ; (sr).Jazz On The Mountain at BlueJuly 5 to July 7Blue Mountains, ON1-877-445-0231bluemountainjazzfest.comAll events at Blue Mountain Village nearCollingwood.Tickets: 1-866-943-8849.BMI - Blue Mountain Inn, 108 Jozo WeiderBoulevardEP - Events PlazaCBBG - Copper Blues Bar and Grill, 156 JozoWeider BoulevardOBCG - Oliver & Bonacini Café Grill,Westin Trillium House, 220 Gord CanningDrive(formerly Mountain Drive)CASC - C&A Steak Co., 108 Jozo WeiderBoulevardTR - Tholos Restaurant, 170 Jozo WeiderBoulevard●●July 5, 11:00am: Master Class Series: PatKilbride. Opening Address by Michael Farquharson.BMI. . 1:00: Stan SamoleGroup. EP. Free. 2:00: Master Class Series:Holy Cole with J.J. Johnson and GeorgeKoller. BMI. . 3:00: Andria Simone. EP.Free. 5:00: Five After Four. EP. Free. 9:00:Holy Cole: Jazz at Twilight. BMI. .95.10:00: Jet Propulsion Laboratory. TR. Free.10:00: Jazz Club Series: Dog Velocity. CBBG.Free. 10:00: Mary MacKay and Eric Boucher.Jazz Club Series. CASC. Free. 10:00: JazzClub Series: Lorne Lofsky and Michael Farquharson.OBCG. Free.●●July 6, 11:00am: Master Class Series:Jimmy Haslip. BMI. . 1:00: Irene Torres &The Sugar Devils. EP. Free. 2:00: Master ClassSeries: Michael Farquharson. BMI. . 3:00:K.C. Roberts & The Live Revolution. EP. Free.5:00: Shuffle Demons. EP. Free. 7:00: JeffLorber Fusion. BMI. .95 (double bill withSwing Out Sister). 9:00: Swing Out Sister.BMI. .95 (double bill with Jeff LorberFusion). 10:00: Jet Propulsion Laboratory.TR. Free. 10:00: Jazz Club Series: LorneLofsky and Kieran Overs. OBCG. Free. 10:00:Stan Samole, solo guitar. CASC. Free. 10:00:Jazz Club Series: Vibrosis. CBBG. Free.●●July 7, 11:00am: Master Class Series: PeterCardinali. BMI. . 12:00: Luke McMaster.EP. Free. 2:00: The George St. Kitts Orchestra.EP. Free. 2:00: Master Class Series:Kieran Overs. Closing Address by MichaelFarquharson. BMI. . 4:00: Kenny GarrettQuintet. BMI. .95.Summer FestivalsKincardine Summer Music FestivalJune 28, August 4 to16Kincardine, ON519-396-9716 or 1-866-453-9716ksmf.caBWGI – Best Western Governor’s Inn, 791Durham StreetKPC – Knox Presbyterian Church, 345Durham StreetVP – Victoria Park, Princess St. N. betweenDurham Market Streets N. and S.●●June 28, 7:30: Bohemians in Brooklyn.Storytelling and music show. PatriciaO’Callaghan and Bryce Kulak, vocals; LoriGemmell, harp; Tom Allen, host. KPC. .●●August 4, 4:00: 4 O’Clock in the Park ConcertSeries. Featuring some or all of thefollowing: Jazz.FM Youth Big Band; ThePleats Celtic Ensemble; Andrea Matchett;and others. VP. Free; 7:30: KSFM Jazz FacultyEnsemble. Jules Estrin, trombone; KellyJefferson, sax; Brian O’Kane, trumpet; EarlMacDonald, piano; Mike Downes, bass; andothers. BWGI. .●●August 5, 4:00: 4 O’Clock in the Park ConcertSeries. Featuring some or all of thefollowing: Jazz.FM Youth Big Band; The PleatsCeltic Ensemble; Andrea Matchett; andothers. VP. Free; 7:30: Heather Bambrick, jazzvocals. BWGI. .●●August 6, 4:00: 4 O’Clock in the Park ConcertSeries. Featuring some or all of thefollowing: Jazz.FM Youth Big Band; ThePleats Celtic Ensemble; Andrea Matchett;and others. VP. Free; 7:30: Tuesday Blues.BWGI. .●●August 7, 4:00: 4 O’Clock in the Park ConcertSeries. Featuring some or all of thefollowing: Jazz.FM Youth Big Band; The PleatsCeltic Ensemble; Andrea Matchett; andothers. VP. Free; 7:30: Heavyweights BrassBand. BWGI. .●●August 8, 4:00: 4 O’Clock in the Park ConcertSeries. Featuring some or all of thefollowing: Jazz.FM Youth Big Band; The PleatsCeltic Ensemble; Andrea Matchett; andothers. VP. Free; 7:30: Ralph Bowen, jazz sax.BWGI. .●●August 9, 4:00: 4 O’Clock in the Park ConcertSeries. Featuring some or all of thefollowing: Jazz.FM Youth Big Band; The PleatsCeltic Ensemble; Andrea Matchett; andothers. VP. Free.●●August 11, 4:00: 4 O’Clock in the Park ConcertSeries. Featuring some or all of thefollowing: Jazz.FM Youth Big Band; The PleatsCeltic Ensemble; Andrea Matchett; andothers. VP. Free.●●August 12, 4:00: 4 O’Clock in the Park ConcertSeries. Featuring some or all of thefollowing: Jazz.FM Youth Big Band; ThePleats Celtic Ensemble; Andrea Matchett;and others. VP. Free; 7:30: Peter Allen, piano.KPC. .●●August 13, 4:00: 4 O’Clock in the Park ConcertSeries. Featuring some or all of thefollowing: Jazz.FM Youth Big Band; ThePleats Celtic Ensemble; Andrea Matchett;and others. VP. Free; 7:30: Quartteto Gelato.KPC. .●●August 14, 4:00: 4 O’Clock in the ParkConcert Series. Featuring some or all ofthe following: Jazz.FM Youth Big Band; ThePleats Celtic Ensemble; Andrea Matchett;and others. VP. Free; 7:30: Warhol DervishMusical Collective. KPC. .●●August 15, 4:00: 4 O’Clock in the ParkConcert Series Featuring some or all of thefollowing: Jazz.FM Youth Big Band; The PleatsCeltic Ensemble; Andrea Matchett; andothers. VP. Free; 7:30: TBA. KPC. .●●August 16, 4:00: 4 O’Clock in the Park ConcertSeries. Including Jazz.FM Youth BigBand; The Pleats Celtic Ensemble; AndreaMatchett, vocals; and others. Featuring someor all of the following: Jazz.FM Youth BigBand; The Pleats Celtic Ensemble; AndreaMatchett; and others. VP. Free.Live from the Rock Folk FestivalAugust 9 to August 11Red Rock, ONlivefromtherockfolkfestival.comListings unavailable at press time. See Livefrom the Rock Folk Festival website fordetails.Luminato FestivalJune 14 to June 23Toronto, ON416-368-4849luminatofestival.comFH – Festival Hub, David Pecaut Square, 55John StreetMH – Massey Hall, 178 Victoria StreetMT – MacMillan Theatre, Edward JohnsonBuilding, U of T, 80 Queen’s Park CrescentSC – Sony Centre for the Performing Arts, 1Front Street EastBA – Bluma Appel Theatre, St. LawrenceCentre for the Arts, 27 Front Street East●●June 14, 7:30: The Life and Death of MarinaAbramović. Music written and performedby Antony. Marina Abramovic; Willem Dafoe;Robert Wilson, director. BA. 416-366-7723or 1-800-708-6754 for tickets. -5.Also June 15-17. 8:00: k-os. Rapper/singersongwriter.FH. Free. 9:00: Serena Ryder.Singer-songwriter. FH. Free. 10:30: Kid Koala:Space Cadet. Late night, “quiet-time” immersiveheadphone experience. FH. . AlsoJune 15.●●June 15, 7:30: The Life and Death of MarinaAbramović. See June 14; 8:00: Long ShenDao. Reggae, rock, hip-hop and ska combinedwith Chinese instruments. FH. Free. 9:00:Maxi Priest. Reggae Around the World. FH.Free; 10:00: TSO Late Night: Arabian Nights.Tchaikovsky: Piano Concerto No.1 in b-flat(first movement); Rimsky-Korsakov: Scheherazade.Jonathan Crow, violin; Yuja Wang,piano; Peter Oundjian, conductor. Roy ThomsonHall, 60 Simcoe St. -; 10:30: KidKoala: Space Cadet. Late night, “quiet-time”immersive headphone experience. FH. .●●June 16, 2:00: Bombino. Tuareg guitaristperforming “ishoumar” songs. FH. Free; 2:00:The Life and Death of Marina Abramović.See June 14; 3:00: Amadou & Mariam. Blendof traditional Malian sounds, blues, Africanrhythms and pointed lyrics. Free; 8:00:DakhaBrakha. Ukrainian folk music withIndian, Arabic, African and Australian influences.FH. Free. 9:00: Laurie Anderson.Performance art music. FH. Free.●●June 17, 7:30: The Life and Death of MarinaAbramović. See June 14; 8:00: The CoreyHarris Band. Country blues. FH. Free. 9:00:Carolina Chocolate Drops. Traditional musicof the Carolinas’ Piedmont region. FH. Free.●●June 18, 7:30: Joni: A Portrait in Song – ABirthday Happening Live at Massey Hall. JoniMitchell birthday tribute. Bill Frisell, GlenHansard, Chaka Khan, Liam Titcomb, RufusWainwright and others. MH. -5. AlsoJune 19. 8:00: Lady Son. Nuyorican styleSalsa and Guajiro culture of Cuba. FH. Free.9:00: X Alfonso. Havana hip hop rock. FH.Free.●●June 19, 7:30: Joni: A Portrait in Song – ABirthday Happening Live at Massey Hall. SeeJune 18. 8:00: Patricia Cano. Singer-songwriter.FH. Free. 9:00: Danse Lhasa Danse. Acelebration of Lhasa de Sela’s life combiningmusic, dance and film. FH. Free.●●June 20, 8:00: Feng Yi Ting. The epic taleof Diao Chan, one of the Four Beauties ofancient China, set to music by Guo Wenjing.Shen Tiemei, soprano; Jiang Qihu, countertenor;Atom Egoyan, director. MT. -.7:10: Pre-performance talk. Also June 21,22. 8:00: H’Sao. Afro-pop a cappella groupdrawing inspiration from gospel and traditionalAfrican music. FH. Free. 9:00: PatrickWatson. Singer-songwriter. FH. Free. 11:00:Gob Squad. Video of impromptu encounterswith strangers with a live audio mix. FH. Free.Also June 22.●●June 21, 7:30: L’Allegro, il Penseroso ed ilModerato. Mark Morris Dance Group; TafelmusikBaroque Orchestra and Choir; JaneGlover, conductor. SC. -. 6:40: Preperformancetalk. Also June 22, 23; 8:00:Feng Yi Ting. See June 20; 8:00: A SymphonicBirthday Party. Celebrating the 200thbirthdays of Wagner and Verdi. Toronto SymphonyOrchestra, Peter Oundjian, conductor.FH. Free.●●June 22, 2:00: Music Mob. Your chance toperform side-by-side with the Toronto SymphonyOrchestra under the baton of PeterOundjian, conductor. FH. Free. 7:30: L’Allegro,il Penseroso ed il Moderato. See June 21.8:00: Feng Yi Ting. See June 20; 8:00: KevinBreit, jazz guitar. FH. Free. 9:00: RosanneCash. Singer-songwriter. FH. Free; 11:00: GobSquad. Video of impromptu encounters withstrangers with a live audio mix. FH. Free.●●June 23, 2:00: Garifuna Collective. TraditionalGarifuna music from Belize. FH. Free.3:00: Danny Michel. Singer-songwriter. FH.Free; L’Allegro, il Penseroso ed il Moderato.See June 21.Lunenburg Folk Harbour FestivalAugust 8 to August 11Lunenburg, NS902-634-3180folkharbour.comAll concerts at Canadian Heritage Mainstage,Blockhouse Hill. Lunenburg, Nova Scotia.Festival pass 4(adult); (youth).●●August 8, 7:00: Mainstage 1. Ten Stringsand a Goatskin; Ashley Condon; RichardWood; Hupman Brothers; Teresa Doyle; DavidMyles. ; .50(st).●●August 9, 7:00: Mainstage 2. Gawler Sisters;Rob Lutes; Elena Yeung; Balfa Toujours;Mollie O’Brien & Rich Moore; Lennie Gallant.; .50(st).●●August 10, 7:00: Mainstage 3. Unisson;Laura Cortese; Cheryl Wheeler; GordieMacKeeman & His Rhythm Boys; Ray Bonneville;McDades. ; .50(st).●●August 11, 7:00: Mainstage 4. Jeff Davis; TheOnce; Old Man Luedecke; Genticorum; SpinneyBrothers; Connie Kaldor. ; .50(st).72 | June 7 – September 7, 2013 thewholenote.com

Markham Jazz FestivalAugust 15 to August 18Unionville, Markham, ON905-471-5299markhamjazzfestival.comListings unavailable at press time. See MarkhamJazz Festival website for details.Mill Race FestivalAugust 2 to August 4Cambridge, ON519-621-7135millracefolksociety.comListings unavailable at press time. See MillRace Festival website for details.Montreal Baroque Festival New Worlds!June 21 to June 24Montreal, QC514-845-7171 or 1-866-7171montrealbaroque.comAll concerts at St. James Theatre, 265 Saint-Jacques Street, Old Montreal.●●June 21, 7:00: Motezuma. Vivaldi opera(Canadian premiere). Ensemble Caprice &Atelier Lyrique de l’Opéra de Montréal. ;(sr); (under 30).●●June 22, 2:00: Si Ya A Aquella Nave. Sacredcantatas by Spanish and South Americancomposers Sumaya, los Reyes, Zárate, Pérezand Orejón y Aparicio. La Fontegara. ;(sr); (under 30); 4:00: À l’Aventure/Adventure. Pallade Musica & Autour de laflûte. ; (sr); (under 30); 7:00: NouveauxMondes/New Worlds. Constantinople& Euskalbarrokensemble. ; (sr);(under 30); 9:00: Soirée les BaroqueuxS’Eclatent!/Baroque Goes Wild!. Early musicmeets digital world. Flûtes Alors; EnsembleOnslow; Aleks Schürmer. ; (sr);(under 30).●●June 23, 2:00: Lachrimae. Dowland: Flowmy Tears. Les Voix humaines viola de gambaconsort. ; (sr); (under 30); 4:00:Danses du Nouveau Monde/New WorldDances. Featuring ciacconas and sarabandes.Mark Edwards, harpsichord. ;(sr); (under 30); 7:00: Les Cites d’Or/Cities of Gold. Baroque music from Mexico,Bogota, Lima, Quito and Puebla. L’Harmoniedes Saisons. ; (sr); (under 30);9:00: Soirée Viking. La Mandragore. ;(sr); (under 30).●●June 24, 2:00: l’Opéra de Frédérick II. CompagnieBaroque Mont-Royal. ; (sr);(under30); 4:00: Naissance Polyphonique/PolyphonicNew World. Eight womenvoices trace the development of polyphonicsacred music from its origins. Scholastica.; (sr); (under 30); 7:00: Création.Jean-Féry Rebel’s ballet Les Élémens. LesBoréades de Montréal; Les Jardins chorégraphiques;and saltimbancos. ; (sr);(under 30).Music at Port MilfordJuly 19 to August 10Picton, ON613-476-7735mpmcamp.org/perfs.cfmSMM – St. Mary Magdalene, 335 Main StreetMPM – Music at Port Milford, 89 Collier’sRoad, Milford●●July 19, 7:30: Friday Evening Artist FacultySeries. Haydn: String Quartet in D Op.76 No.5;Corigliano: Black November Turkey; Snapshot;Beethoven: String Quartet in a Op.132.Linden String Quartet (Sarah McElravy andCatherine Cosbey, violin; Eric Wong, viola;Felix Umansky, cello). SMM. ; (st).●●July 20, 10:00am: MPM Takes to theStreets. Chamber music performed by studentsages 12-18. Various locations in Picton.Free.●●July 20, 2:00: Saturday Student Matinee.Chamber, orchestral and choral works performedby students ages 12-18. MPM. Free.●●July 26, 7:30: Friday Evening Artist FacultySeries. Purcell: Aria; Britten: String QuartetNo.2 in C Op.36; Dvořák: String Quartet No.10in E-flat Op.51. Tokai String Quartet (AmandaGoodburn and Csaba Koczó, violin; YosefTamir-Smirnoff, viola; Emmanuelle BeaulieuBergeron, cello); Rebecca Kenneally, voice.SMM. ; (st).●●July 27, 2:00: Saturday Student Matinee.Chamber, orchestral and choral works performedby students ages 12-18. SMM. Free.●●August 2, 7:30: Friday Evening Artist FacultySeries. Turina: Piano Quartet in a, Op.67;Burge: Piano Quartet; Schumann: PianoQuartet in E-flat Op.47. Ensemble Made inCanada (Angela Park, piano; Elissa Lee, violin;Sharon Wei, viola; Rachel Mercer, cello).SMM. ; (st).●●August 3, 2:00: Saturday Student Matinee.Chamber, orchestral and choral works performedby students ages 12-18. MPM. Free.●●August 9, 7:30: Friday Evening Artist FacultySeries. Martinů: Madrigal No.1 for Violin andViola; Schubert: String Trio in B-flat Op.471;Dvořák: Piano Quintet No.2 in A, Op.81. MPMFaculty Ensemble (Marie Bérard and RohanGregory, violin; Angela Rudden, viola; PaulWidner, cello; Peter Longworth, piano). SMM.; (st).●●August 10, 2:00: Saturday Student Matinee.Chamber, orchestral and choral works performedby students ages 12-18. SMM. Free.Music MondaysJune 3 to September 30Toronto, ON416-598-4521 x304musicmondays.caMusic Mondays concerts are held everyMonday from June 3 to September 24, exceptJuly 1. Concert listings for performances happeningfrom June 3 to September 2 appear inthis issue’s daily listings Section A, Concertsin the GTA. All concerts begin at 12:15pm andare held at Church of the Holy Trinity, 10 TrinitySquare, in downtown Toronto.The complete Music Mondays Septemberconcert listings will appear in our Septemberissue’s daily listings Section A, Concertsin the GTA.FREE admission; suggested donation.Music NiagaraJuly 12 to August 11Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON905-468-5566 or 1-800-511-7429musicniagara.orgEB – Epicurean Bistro, 84 Queen StreetJTN – Jackson-Triggs Niagara Estate OutdoorAmphitheatre, 2145 Niagara Stone RoadNHS – Niagara Historical Society Museum, 43JunE03ThE PowEr ofThE organMélanie Barney, organA young Montreal virtuoso whopacks an orchestral punch.10PasiónBeatriz Boizan, pianoThis Cuban-Canadian pianistembodies the heart and spiritof Latin piano.Every Monday @ 12:15 pmJune 3 - September 30, 2013Artistic Director: Eitan Cornfield10 Trinity Square (Behind the Eaton Centre)Suggested Donation: JunE - aug 2013July01noPErforMancEAs the Church of the HolyTrinity undergoes repairs.08swEET, sPicyand hoT: ThEEvoluTion oflovEZorana Sadiq, sopranoChristopher Baga, pianoThe changing century in songsof love by Edvard Grieg, HugoWolf and Sergei Rachmaninoff.augusT05iT’s in ThEcardsYounggun Kim, pianoPoulenc formed a lastingfriendship with Prokofiev inParis in 1921. Their sharedpassions were for the pianoand the game of bridge.12MasTErPiEcEsof ThEroManTicrEPErToirEAngela Park, pianoJudy Kang, violinSonatas for Violin and Piano byJohannes Brahms.1724scandinavianMusic for windsand sTringsAlchemySerenata in Vano, Carl Nielsen;String Trio in c, HermannBerens; Septet in B-flat Major,Franz Berwald.15 29choral Musicof francEIle de France Childrens’ChoirParis’ leading youth choir in adefinitive program of choralworks by Debussy, Fauré, Bizet,Offenbach and others.22iT ain’T EasyAnastasia Rizikov, pianoThe 14-year-old pianist is backby popular demand after hersensational Toronto recitaldebut here last season.19MariMbaMadnEssNoam Bierstone,percussionChristopher Whitley,violinMorfismo plastico (2012) byAshkan Behzadi; The Source(1989) by Toshi Ichiyanagiand other recent works formarimba.ouT of ThE PiTKeith Hamm, violaAaron Schwebel, violinThe principal violist of theCanadian Opera Company isjoined by a rising young fiddlerto play Suite no. 3 in C (arr. forViola) by J.S.Bach and ThreeMadrigals for Violin and Violaby Bohuslav Martinu.coMPosEr’sshowcasEPatrick Murray EnsemblePraised as “a new andimportant Canadiancompositional voice,” PatrickMurray curates a programof his own chamber music,showcasing up-and-comingToronto musicians.26TradiTionalMusic of iranThe Noubang PersianMusic EnsembleThe members of the NoubangEnsemble played togetherfor their own enjoyment formany years before emergingas one of Toronto’s mostexciting groups performing thetraditional music of Iran.www.musicmondays.caLike us on Facebook!thewholenote.com June 7 – September 7, 2013 | 73

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