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Volume 18 Issue 9 - June/July/August 2013

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Celebration of world

Celebration of world cultures featuring morethan 275 unique food, craft and visual artexhibitors and over 35 world music and jazzartists, on five stages, including Fanfare Ciocarlia(Romanian Gypsy brass band) andJorge Miguel (flamenco guitarist).See TD Sunfest website for complete details.New this year: SUNsational Soul & AfrofunkExperience 2013.●●July 7, 12:00 – 6:00: Le village québécois.A mini-celebration within TD Sunfest featuringFrancophone ensembles from Quebecincluding Genticorum, Hurlevent and Kleztory.Centre Stage.TD Toronto Jazz FestivalJune 20 to June 29Toronto, ON416-928-2033torontojazz.comTelephone number for most ticketed events:1-855-985-5000 (Ticketmaster).Willie Nelson tickets: 416-872-4255.Nikki Yanofsky tickets: 416-408-0208.Fred Hersch and Gregory Porter tickets:416-973-4000.Concerts in the Festival’s Club Series appearin the listings Section C, In the Clubs (MostlyJazz).ET – Enwave Theatre, Harbourfront Centre,231 Queens Quay WestGH – Great Hall, 1087 Queen Street WestHSB – Home Smith Bar, Old Mill Inn, 21 OldMill RoadHT – Horseshoe Tavern, 370 Queen StreetWestJB – Jazz Bistro, 251 Victoria StreetKH – Koerner Hall, 273 Bloor Street WestMH – Massey Hall, 178 Victoria StreetOMD – Old Mill Dining Room, Old Mill Inn, 21Old Mill RoadPSP – Pure Spirits Patio, Distillery District, 55Mill StreetSDM – Shops at Don Mills, 1090 Don MillsRoadTS – Trinity Stage, Distillery District, 55 MillStreetTSS – Toronto Star Stage, Nathan PhillipsSquare, 100 Queen Street WestWP – WiFi Patio, Nathan Phillips Square, 100Queen Street West●●June 20, 8:00: Willie Nelson & Family. MH..50-5.●●June 21, 6:00: Sondheim Project. PSP.Free; 8:00: Martha Reeves & The Vandellas /Smokey Robinson. TSS. Free; An Evening withMolly Johnson. JB. Free; Michael Dunston /Dave Young. SDM. Free; 10:30: An Eveningwith Molly Johnson. JB. Free.●●June 22, 12:00: Ori Dagan Trio. PSP. Free;12:30: Lighthouse. TSS. Free; 2:00: DixieDemons. SDM. Free; Shirantha BeddageQuartet. TS. Free; 3:00: Samba Squad. WP.Free; Richard Whiteman Trio. PSP. Free; 5:00:Beyond the Pale. SDM. Free; 6:00: AlexanderBrown Trio. PSP. Free; 7:00: Swamperella. TS.Free; 7:30: Eliane Elias (Bill McBirnie / BernieSenensky Duo opens). OMD. .40; 8:00:Banda Illuminada. SDM. Free; Mavis Staples /Dr. John. TSS. .50; An Evening with MollyJohnson. JB. .60; 10:30: An Evening withMolly Johnson. JB. .60.Summer Festivals●●June 23, 12:00: Mike Herriot / Sean HarknessDuo. PSP. Free; JAZZ.FM91 Youth BigBand. TS. Free;12:30: Martin Loomer &Orange Devils. TSS. Free; 3:00: Jivebombers.SDM. Free; Dennis Keldie Trio. PSP.Free; Terra Hazelton Trio. TS. Free; Rhythm& Truth. WP. Free; 8:00: John McLaughlin& Fourth Dimension (Courtney Pine opens).TSS. .50; Ranee Lee. JB. .10; 10:00:James Cotton. HT. .85.●●June 24, 12:30: John MacLeod & The RexHotel Orchestra. TSS. Free; 3:00: HeavyweightsBrass Band. WP. Free; 7:00: NormanMarshall Villeneuve Jazz Message Quintet.SDM. Free; Fred Hersh. ET. .38; 7:30: CanadianJazz Quartet with Harry Allen. HSB.; 8:00: Bill Charlap. JB. .60; 10:00: Dr.Lonnie Smith. HT. .90.●●June 25, 12:00: Jim Galloway & His WeeBig Band. TTS. Free; 3:00: Boxcar Boys. WP.Free; 6:00: Amy McConnell / William SperandeiQuartet. PSP. Free; 7:00: Lilly FrostSwings. SDM. Free; 7:30: Canadian JazzQuartet with Ken Peplowski. HSB. ; 8:00:Bob James, David Sanborn with Steve Gadd(Robi Botos Trio opens). TSS. .50; NikkiYanofsky. KH. -.50; Geoffrey Keezer.JB. .95; 10:00: Robert Glasper Experiment.HT. .85.●●June 26, 12:30: Toronto Jazz Orchestra.TTS. Free; 3:00: Band Bajha Brass. WP. Free;6:00: Shannon Butcher Quartet. TS. Free;7:00: Maylee Todd. SDM. Free; 7:30: CanadianJazz Quartet with Houston Person. HSB. ;8:00: Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue(Planet Earth opens). TSS. .50; CarmenSouza. JB. .60; 10:00: Jason Moran’s FatsWaller Dance Party with Meshell Ndegeocello.HT. .90; Carmen Souza. JB. .60.●●June 27, 12:30: Hilaro Durán & His LatinJazz Big Band. TTS. Free; 3:00: HeavyweightsBrass Band. WP. Free; 6:00: Andre RoyTrio. PSP. Free; 7:00: TBA. SDM. Free; GregoryPorter. ET. .55; 7:30: Canadian JazzQuartet with Randy Sandke. HSB. ; 8:00:Bettye Lavette (James Hunter Six opens).TSS. .50; Marianne Trudel-Trifoali. JB..95; 9:00: The Herbaliser (DJ John Kongopens). GH. .95.●●June 28, 12:30: Scottish National JazzOrchestra. TTS. Free; 3:00: WoodshedOrchestra. WP. Free; 6:00: Jorge Miguel. TS.Free; DRUMHAND. PSP. Free; 7:30: CanadianJazz Quartet with Allan Vaché. HSB. ;8:00: Grooveyard. SDM. Free; Boz Scaggs(Paul James opens). TSS. .50; RobertaGambarini. JB. .10; 10:30: Roberta Gambarini.JB. .10.●●June 29, 12:00: Chihiro Yamazaki + Route14 Band. PSP. Free; 2:00: TBA. SDM. Free;2:00: Aline Morales Quartet. TS. Free; 3:00:Mike Francis Trio. PSP. Free; 3:30: Escola deSamba. WP. Free; 5:00: Erin Costelo. SDM.Free; 6:00: Jessica Stuart Few. PSP. Free;7:00: Selena Evangeline. TS. Free; 7:30: GordSheard’s Brazilian Jazz Experience. OMD..45; 8:00: Robert Linares Brown Orchestra.SDM. Free; Steve Martin & The SteepCanyon Rangers with Edie Brickell (SlocanRamblers opens). TSS. .50; Alan JonesCanadian All Star Sextet. JB. .60.●●June 30, 12:00: Terry Blankley & BruceGorrie. PSP. Free; Woodshed Orchestra. TS.Free; 3:00: Danny Marks – Solo & Loving It!PSP. Free; Toronto Rhythm Initiative. SDM.Free; Brian Blain & The Blainettes. TS. Free.●●July 1, 12:00: Suzie Vinnick Duo. TS. Free;3:00: Escola de Samba. TS. Free.Toronto Summer Music FestivalJuly 16 to August 3Toronto, ON647-430-5699torontosummermusic.comTickets: 416-408-0208.5:00pm “Shuffle Concerts,” sampler performancesby festival artists and guests,occur frequently during the festival andadmission is pay-what-you-can (Pwyc).KH – Koerner Hall, TELUS Centre for Performanceand Learning, 273 Bloor Street WestEJB – Edward Johnson Building, University ofToronto, 80 Queen’s Park CrescentWH – Walter Hall, Edward Johnson Building,University of Toronto, 80 Queen’s ParkCrescentHH – Heliconian Hall, 35 Hazelton Avenue●●July 16, 7:30: Opening Night. Fauré: PianoTrio in d Op.120; Rachmaninoff: Trio Élégiaquein d Op.9; Ravel: Trio fo piano, violin and cello.Régis Pasquier, violin; Roland Pidoux, cello;Jean-Claude Pennetier, piano. KH. -;-(sr); -(under 35).●●July 17, 1:30: Festival Insiders Event. EJB.; (sr); (under 35); 5:00: ShuffleConcert. Sampler performances by festivalartists and guests. HH. Pwyc; 7:30: BrentanoString Quartet. Debussy: String Quartet in gOp.10; Beethoven: String Quartet Op.18 No.3;Dvořák: Piano Quintet No.2 in A Op.81 B155.Serena Canin and Mark Steinberg, violin;Misha Amory, viola; Nina Lee, cello; guest:Pedja Muzijevic, piano. WH. ; (sr);(under 35).●●July 18, 1:30: Festival Insiders Event. EJB.; (sr); (under 35); 5:00: ShuffleConcert. Sampler performances by festivalartists and guests. HH. Pwyc; 7:30: GryphonTrio. Debussy: Piano Trio; Mussorgsky: Songsand Dance of Death (arr. Kulesha); Fauré:Piano Quartet No.2 in g Op.45. Annalee Patipatanikoon,violin; Roman Borys, cello; JamieParker, piano; guests: Paul Coletti, viola;Robert Pomakov, bass. KH. -; -(sr); -(under 35).●●July 19, 12:00: Free Lunchtime Concert.HH; 1:30: Festival Insiders Event. EJB. ;(sr); (under 35); 5:00: Shuffle Concert.Sampler performances by festival artists andguests. HH. Pwyc; 7:30: Riots and Rituals.Poulenc: Le Bal masqué; Martinů: La Revuede cuisine; Françaix: L’Heure du berger; Stravinsky:The Rite of Spring. Sanford Sylvan,baritone; Michael McMahon, piano; Anagnosonand Kinton, piano duo; Mark Fewer andAxel Strauss, violins; and others. WH. ;(sr); (under 35).●●July 20, 4:00 and 7:30: Mentors and Fellows.Master guest artists share the stagewith TSM Academy Fellows. Mark Fewer andAxel Strauss, violin; Paul Coletti, viola; ChristopherConstanza, viola; Pedja Muzijevic, piano.WH. ; (sr); (under 35).●●July 23, 1:30: Festival Insiders Event. EJB.; (sr); (under 35); 7:30: PhilippeSly, baritone, and Julius Drake, piano. Worksby Ravel, Duparc, Wolf and Schubert. WH.; (sr); (under 35).●●July 24, 1:30: Festival Insiders Event. EJB.; (sr); (under 35); 5:00: ShuffleConcert. Sampler performances by festivalartists and guests. HH. Pwyc; 7:30: AndréLaplante and Guests. Haydn: Variations in f;Saint-Saëns: Sonata for clarinet and pianoOp.167; Françaix; Woodwind Quintet No.1;Mozart: Quintet for piano and winds K452.André Laplante, piano; Leslie Newman, flute;Sarah Jeffrey, oboe; Yao Guang Zhai, clarinet;Nadina Mackie Jackson, bassoon; GabrielRadford, horn. WH. ; (sr); (under35).●●July 25, 12:00: Free Lunchtime Concert.HH; 1:30: Festival Insiders Event. EJB. ;(sr); (under 35); 5:00: Shuffle Concert.Sampler performances by festival artists andguests. HH. Pwyc; 7:30: Los Angeles GuitarQuartet. Bizet: Carmen Suite; Debussy: Lasoirée dans Grenade L100 No.2; Stravinsky:Pulcinella Suite; Liszt: Hungarian RhapsodyNo.2; jazz, Cuban and Brazilian music. JohnDearman, Matthew Greif, William Kanengiserand Scott Tennant, guitars. KH. -; -(sr); -(under 35).●●July 26, 12:00: Free Lunchtime Concert.HH; 1:30: Festival Insiders Event. EJB. ;(sr); (under 35); 5:00: Shuffle Concert.Sampler performances by festivalartists and guests. HH. Pwyc; 7:30: PacificaQuartet. Haydn: String Quartet No.63 in B-flatOp.76 No.4; Ravel: String Quartet in F; Mozart:Quintet for clarinet and strings K581. SiminGanatra and Sibbi Bernhardsson, violin;Masumi Per Rostad, viola; Brandon Vamos;guest: Alexander Fiterstein, clarinet. WH.; (sr); (under 35).●●July 27, 4:00 and 7:30: Mentors and Fellows.Master guest artists share the stagewith TSM Academy Fellows. André Laplante,piano; Pacifica Quartet. WH. ; (sr);(under 35).●●July 30, 1:30: Festival Insiders Event. EJB.; (sr); (under 35); 7:30: CédricTiberghien, piano. Schubert: Six Momentsmusicaux D780; Debussy: Masques L105; D’uncahier d’esquisses L99; L’isle Joyeuse L106;Schubert: Sonata in c D958. KH. -;-(sr); -(under 35).●●July 31, 1:30: Festival Insiders Event. EJB.; (sr); (under 35); 5:00: ShuffleConcert. Sampler performances by festivalartists and guests. HH. Pwyc; 7:30: Franck,Ravel and Hahn. Franck: Sonata in A for violinand piano; Ravel: Sonata for violin and cello;Hahn: Quintet in F-sharp. Jonathan Crow andMartin Beaver, violins; Steven Dann, viola;Marc Coppey, cello; Ian Brown, piano. WH.; (sr); (under 35).●●August 1, 12:00: Free Lunchtime Concert.HH; 1:30: Festival Insiders Event. EJB.; (sr); (under 35); 5:00: ShuffleConcert. Sampler performances by festivalartists and guests. HH. Pwyc; 7:30: TheMinimalist Dreamhouse Project. Tribute tominimalism mixing pianos with guitars, percussion,electronics and vocals. Katia andMarielle Labéque, piano duo. KH. -;-(sr); -(under 35).●●August 2, 12:00: Free Lunchtime Concert.HH; 1:30: Festival Insiders Event. EJB. ;(sr); (under 35); 5:00: Shuffle Concert.Sampler performances by festival artists andguests. HH. Pwyc; 7:30: Debussy and Brahms.Debussy: Sonata for flute, viola and harp L137;Caplet: Conte fantastique for harp and stringquartet; Brahms: Piano Quartet No.1 in gOp.25. WH. ; (sr); (under 35).●●August 3, 4:00 and 7:30: Mentors and Fellows.Master guest artists share the stagewith TSM Academy Fellows. Jonathan Crowand Martin Beaver, violin; Steven Dann,viola; Marc Copper, cello. WH. ; (sr);(under 35).78 | June 7 – September 7, 2013 thewholenote.com

Westben – Concerts at The BarnJune 8 to August 4Campbellford, ON705-653-5508 or 1-877-883-5777westben.caAll concerts at the The Barn, 6698 CountyRoad 30, 3kms northwest of Campbellford.●●June 8, 7:00: Campbellford District HighSchool Jazz Ensembles’ Music Night. DaveNoble and Michelle Noble, conductors. ;(youth).●●June 9, 3:00: The Book of Broadway. Selectionsfrom The Jungle Book, Joseph andthe Amazing Technicolour Dream Coat andothers. Westben Youth and Teen Choruses;Donna Bennett and Brian Finley, conductors.; (youth).●●June 15, 7:30: Town Of Mine. Ken Tizzard,bass; Daniel Greaves (The Watchmen),Jane Archer, Janet Jeffery, Dave Mowat andothers. ; (youth).●●June 16, 3:00: Peter and The Wolf. Prokofiev.Teresa Castonguay, narrator;Peterborough Symphony Orchestra; MichaelNewnham, conductor; Westben Wind Ensemble;Nancy Elmhirst, conductor. ; (sr);(st); (youth).●●June 29, 2:00: Piano Concertos: The Regal.Mozart: Regina Coeli K108 for Soprano,Chorus and Orchestra; Beethoven: ChoralFantasy in c Op.80; “Emperor” Piano ConcertoNo.5 in E-flat, Op.73. Donna Bennett,soprano; Brian Finley and Robert Silverman,piano; Westben Festival Orchestra andChorus; Daniel Warren, conductor. ;(sr); (wing); (st); (youth).●●June 30, 2:00: Piano Concertos: TheRomantic. Chopin: Andante spianato et grandpolonaise brilliante in E-flat Op.22; Schumann:Concerto for Piano and Orchestra in aOp.54; Rachmaninoff: Piano Concerto No.2 inc Op.18. Leonard Gilbert, piano; Lisa Tahara,piano; Westben Festival Orchestra; DanielWarren, conductor. ; (sr); (wing);(st); (youth).●●July 4, 7:00: Carmen. Bizet. UBC OperaEnsemble; members of the Westben Youthand Teen Choruses; Westben Festival Orchestra;Nancy Hermiston, director; Leslie Dala,conductor. Preview performance. $TBA.●●July 5, 2:00: Carmen. Bizet. UBC OperaEnsemble; members of the Westben Youthand Teen Choruses; Westben Festival Orchestra;Nancy Hermiston, director; Leslie Dala,conductor. ; (sr); (st); (youth).6:00: Pre-performance chat. Tapas platteravailable (must be pre-ordered 24 hoursin advance). Also July 6, 7.●●July 6, 2:00: Carmen. See July 5.●●July 7, 2:00: Carmen. See July 5.●●July 12, 7:00: Irish Pub Night. The Dardanelles(Tom Power, Aaron Collis, EmiliaBartellas, Matthew Byrne and Rich Klaas).; (sr); (st); (youth). 5:00: Barbecuedinner (must be pre-ordered 48hours in advance).●●July 13, 2:00: Burns To Brigadoon. Lernerand Loewe: Brigadoon (Heather on the Hill,Bonnie Jean); works by Robbie Burns andothers. Donna Bennett, soprano; Colin Ainsworth,tenor; Brian Finley, piano. Scotchtasting, (at intermission). ; (sr);(st); (youth).●●July 14, 2:00: England To A Tea: This SceptredIsle. Beethoven: Variations on God Savethe King; works by Flanders and Swann, andCoward. David Kemp, actor/singer; BrianJackson, piano. ; (sr); ; (st);(youth). High Tea available (must bepre-ordered 24 hours in advance)●●July 16, 7:00: Words and Notes. Rachmaninoff:Preludes; Finley: Preludes to Canada.Judy Fong Bates and Martha Schabas, authors;Brian Finley, piano. ; (sr); (st);(youth).●●July 19, 7:00: The Pick Of Pec! Benny GoodmanTribute. Bob DeAngelis, clarinet; BrianBarlow, drums; Bernie Senensky, piano;Neil Swainson, bass. ; (sr); (st);(youth).●●July 20, 2:00: André Laplante, piano. Schubert:Wanderer Fantasy Op.15. ; (sr);(st); (youth).●●July 21, 2:00: Sunday Afternoon at theOpera: Verdi and Wagner at 200. RichardMargison, tenor; John Fanning, baritone;Brian Finley, piano. ; (sr); (st);(youth). 1:00: pre-performance chat withIain Scott.●●July 23, 7:00: Viola of the Night. Bach: Chaconne;Schubert: Arpeggione Sonata D821.Janice LaMarre, viola; Michael Berkovsky,piano. ; (sr); (st); (youth).●●July 25, 2:00: Broadway Rainbows.Just Around the River Bend, Far From theHome I Love, Surrey with the Fringe on Top,Somewhere Over the Rainbow and otherselections. Virginia Hatfield, soprano; BrettPolegato, baritone; James Levesque, baritone;Brian Finley, piano. ; (sr); (st);(youth). Also July 26-28.●●July 26, 2:00: Broadway Rainbows. SeeJuly 25.●●July 27, 2:00: Broadway Rainbows. SeeJuly 25.●●July 28, 2:00: Broadway Rainbows. SeeJuly 25.●●July 30, 7:00: The Awakened Rose. Worksby Strauss and Hatzis; French mélodies. SuzieLeBlanc, soprano; Julius Drake, piano. ;(sr); (st); (youth).●●August 2, 7:00: Room Of Wonders. Worksby Bach; and music from Mali, Bulgaria,Brazil and other works. Jayme Stone, banjo;Rob Mosher, saxophone; Joe Phillips, bass;Nick Fraser, drums. ; (sr); (st);(youth).●●August 3, 2:00: Diana Panton, jazz vocals,and Friends. Guido Basso, trumpet; DonThompson, bass, piano and vibes; RegSchwager, guitar. ; (sr); (st);(youth).●●August 4, 2:00: Finale-Fundraiser: VivaItalia! Robert Michaels, guitar; RobertMichaels Band. . Buona Appetito platteravailable (must be pre-ordered 48 hoursin advance).Check out the latest updatesto Summer Festivalsat thewholenote.comA Rainbow’s Worth ofMusical Promise!• ORANGE IS FOR EDUCATION – NEW IN 2013!Launched online in February 2013 and printedin March, The WholeNote surveyed Music Education,summer and beyond.• CANARY PAGESPublished every May and updated year-round atthewholenote.com, the Canary Pages is our guide tochoral opportunities at every age and level of skill, acrossSouthern Ontario.• GREEN PAGESUpdated online every spring, and in print every June, theGreen Pages is our guide to summer music, Ontario-wide,across Canada and beyond.• BLUE PAGESPublished every October and updated year-round atthewholenote.com, the Blue Pages is The WholeNote’sannual guide to Southern Ontario concert presenters.• ORANGE (AGAIN!) OPUS II – NEW IN 2013!Building on our March 2013 launch of this new directorywhich covered private teachers, community music schoolsand seasonal programs, ORANGE OPUS II, November 2013will explore full-time music-centred education atsecondary and post-secondary levels.Count yourself in!Address all directory inquiries todirectories@thewholenote.comthewholenote.com June 7 – September 7, 2013 | 79

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