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Volume 19 Issue 9 - June/July/August 2014

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Venues: St. Mary Magdalene Church;various Picton locationsPerformances include:•July 19 MPM Takes to the Streets: Chambermusic performed by students.•July 20 Sunday Student Matinees.Chamber, Choral and Orchestra Works.•July 26 Saturday Chamber Music Series:Linden String Quartet. Works by Mozart,Haydn, Murphy, Mendelssohn. SarahMcElravy & Catherine Cosbey, violins; EricWong, viola; Felix Umansky, cello.•July 27 Sunday Student Matinees.•August 2 MPM Takes to the Streets;Tokai String Quartet. Works by Haydn,Shostakovich, Korngold. Amanda Goodburn& Csaba Koczo, violins; Carolyn Blackwell,viola, Emmanuelle Beaulieu Bergeron, cello.•August 3 Sunday Student Matinees.•August 9 7:30: Saturday Chamber MusicSeries: Port Milford Faculty Artists. Worksby Prokofiev, Mozart, Schubert, Beach.Rebecca Kenneally, mezzo; Marie Berard &Rohan Gregory, violins; Angela Rudden, viola;Paul Widner, cello; Peter Longworth, piano.•August 10 2:00: Sunday Student Matinees.Musique RoyaleJuly 6 to September 10Venues: throughout Nova Scotia; office inLunenburg, NS902-634-9994musiqueroyale.comRepertoire: Early and traditional music.Performers include: Richard Margison,British Columbia Boys Choir, Best ofBoxwood, Steve Normandin and SalsaBarocca.National Youth Orchestra of CanadaNational summer tour (July 28 in Toronto)Toronto, ON416-532-4470nyoc.orgNewmarket jazz+ FestivalAugust 1 to August 4Riverwalk CommonsNewmarket, ONnewmarketjazzfestival.comVenues include: Riverwalk Commons; Lion’sHall; Main Street, NewmarketPerformance times: Friday 5:30–11:30;Saturday 10:00 am–11:00pm; Sunday 12:00noon–11:00pm; Monday 12:00 noon–7:00pmPerformers include:•August 1 Sounds Caribbean.•August 2 Justin Hines; Rich and The PoorBoys.•August 3 Lorne Lofsky; George Olliver;Tardik; Juice; Alexander St. Kitts.•August 4 Mike Field, trumpet; Joy Lapps,steel pan; Jackie and Kim Richardson, voice.Niagara Jazz FestivalAugust 22 to August 24Niagara-on-the Lake, Niagara, ON1-844-LIV-JAZZ! or 888-732-1682niagarajazzfestival.comVenues include: Stratus Vineyards; Niagaraon-the-LakePublic Library; The Village,Beside the Shopper’s Drugmart OutdoorStage; Garrison House, Unit 2; JacksonTrigg’s Winery; Oast House Brewery; OldWinery RestaurantPerformers include:Summer Festivals•August 22 Frank’s Bus Brass Band; AlistairRobertson Quartet; Browman Electryc Trio;DJ Marinko.•August 23 Meet the Artists: Graham Learand Nathan Hiltz; Loose Change Quintet;DJ Marinko; Rob McBride Trio; Blue NoteTribute Quintet; Ashley St. Pierre Quartet;Don Naduriak, Xavierjazz.•August 23 Guitar Central with WarrenStirtzinger Duo; Guitar Central with GriffithHiltz Trio; MGM Trio, Jay Reed Duo and MikeDaley Duo; Franks Bus Brass Band; All StarJazz Line up with Jazz FM 91’s Jaymz Bee:Barbra Lica, John Sherwood, John Neudorf,Chase Sanborn, Mark Kieswetter; Jazz Jamwith Randy Stirtzinger Trio.•August 24 Jazz Brunch with DixielandJazz Bar and Bar Room Buzzards; GrahamLear Trio.No Strings TheatreAugust 7 to August 10Toronto, ON416-588-5845 x1nostringstheatre.comHowland: Little Women the Musical. Bookby Knee; lyrics by Dickstein. End of summerprogram student production.Based on bookby Louisa May Alcott. Distillery District.Northern Lights Festival BoréalJuly 4 to July 6Sudbury, ON705-674-5512nlfbsudbury.comOpen Ears Festival of Music & SoundJune 5 to June 15Kitchener-Waterloo, ON519-579-8564openears.caAll performances held at Victoria ParkPavillion, St. Andrew’s PresbyterianChurch and St. John the Evangelist Church,Walper Hotel Gallery and Registry Theatre.Performers include GREX, JunctQín, SharryBoyle, Christine Fellows and many more.See Listings Section B for daily details.Orangeville Blues and Jazz FestivalJune 5 to June 8Orangeville, ON519-941-9041orangevillebluesandjazz.caOrford FestivalJune 28 to August 17Orford, QC1-800-567-6155arts-orford.orgOttawa International Chamber MusicFestivalJuly 24 to August 7Ottawa, ON613-234-6306chamberfest.comVenues include: ByWard Market;Beechwood National Cemetery; Dominion-Chalmers United Church; École SecondairePublique De La Salle; National Arts Centreof Canada; National Gallery of Canada; St.Brigid’s Centre for the ArtsPerformances include:•July 24 7:00 Opening Night with BrentanoString Quartet. Works by Mozart, Bartók,Elgar. 10:00: Tom Allen’s “From Weimarto Vaudeville”. Patricia O’Callaghan, soprano;Bryce Kulak, vocalist; Kevin Fox, cello; LoriGemmell, harp; Tom Allen, narrator andtrombone.•July 25 noon: Latitude 41. Works bySchubert, Dvořák; 2:00: Bring the Kids:FiddleFire! 5:45: Siskind Snapshots.Michel Strauss, cello; Macha Belooussova,piano; 7:00: A Far Cry. Works byDvořák, Mendelssohn, Britten. AnnaleePatipatanakoon, violin; James Parker, piano;10:00: Don Byron Quintet with Divine Brown.•July 26 noon: Toronto Consort: TheShakespeare Songbook; 1:00: AlfrescoConcerts I: Rosebud Chamber Players;2:00: Rising Stars. 3:00: Alfresco ConcertsII: Sultans of String; 3:00: A RussianHamlet. Works by Shostakovich, Konyus,Rachmaninoff. Atis Bankas, violin; Yuri Cho,violin; David Samuel, viola; Michel Strauss,cello; Macha Belooussova, piano; 5:45:Siskind Snapshots. Generation Next; 7:00:Soledad with Manu Comté; 10:00: Pilar andthe Sicilian Jazz Project.•July 27 11:00am: Sacred Spaces I:G’froerer and Gott. Joanna G’froerer, flute;Michelle Gott, harp; 1:00: Alfresco ConcertsIII. 3:00: Alfresco Concerts IV. 3:00: HinrichAlpers and Friends. Work by Taneyev. NikkiChooi, violin; Yuri Cho, violin; David Samuel,viola; Roman Borys, cello; Hinrich Alpers,piano; 5:45: Siskind Snapshots. Don Byron,clarinet; Gryphon Trio. 7:00: GenerationNext. Works by Strauss, Murphy, Svendsen.Trio Alba (Isaac Chalk, viola; CameronCrozman, cello; Arnold Choi, cello; CarsonBecke and Melisande McNabney, piano).10:00: collectif9.•July 28 noon: Rosebud Chamber Players.Arnold Choi, cello. DC. . 3:00: CeciliaString Quartet with James Campbell. Worksby Janáček, Ryan, Brahms. James Campbell,clarinet; Cecilia String Quartet; 5:45: SiskindSnapshots. Benjamin Bagby, vocals, anglosaxonharp; 7:00: En blanc et noir: A WWIPiano Commemorative. Works by Debussy,Ravel, Stravinsky. Jon Kimura Parker, pianoand arranger; James Parker, Hinrich Alpersand Pedja Muzijevic, piano; 10:00: Beowulf.Ben Bagby, voice, anglo-saxon harp.•July 29 noon: Trio Alba. Works by Haydn,Mendelssohn, Murphy; 3:00: Dreamscapein Four Courses. Mark Fewer, violin;Aloysia Friedmann, viola; Jon KimuraParker, piano; Afiara Quartet; 5:45: SiskindSnapshots. Mark Fewer, violin; 7:00: SondraRadvanovsky in Recital; 10:00: Campbell/Afiara Project.•July 30 noon: Mozart at Noon. EnsembleMade in Canada; 2:00: Bring the Kids:Meet Mr. Mozart. Ensemble Made inCanada; 3:00: What Makes It Great?Copland’s Appalachian Spring. NationalYouth Orchestra of Canada, Rob Kapilow,conductor and commentator; 5:45: SiskindSnapshots. Aloysia Friedmann, viola; JonKimura Parker and Jamie Parker, piano.7:00: Chamberfest@20: An AnniversaryCelebration. Surprise lineup.•July 31 noon: Les Voix Baroques – VanitasVanitatum: Rome 1650. 2:00: Bring the Kids:Rambunctious! Michael Louis Johnson,trumpet, band leader; 3:00: Mahler, Martinů,and Brahms. 5:45: Siskind Snapshots. JaninaFialkowska, piano; 7:00: Miró Quartet withJon Kimura Parker. Works by Glass, Brahms,Haydn. Miró Quartet; Jon Kimura Parker,piano; 8:00: National Youth Orchestra ofCanada. Works by Wagner, Ginastera, Ravel.Antoine Malette-Chénier, harp; EmmanuelVillaume, conductor. 10:00: From Dawn ‘tilDusk: 150 Years of Canadian and AmericanSong. Monica Whicher, soprano; RussellBraun, baritone.•August 1 noon: Haydn Contrasts. Works byHaydn, Crumb, Nancarrow. Pedja Muzijevic,piano; 3:00: Lafayette String Quartet. Worksby Shostakovich, Mendelssohn, Haydn; 7:00:An Evening with Janina Fialkowska. Worksby Grieg; 10:00: Sounds from Space: TheVoyager Golden Record Remix Project.Jesse Stewart, percussion.•August 2 noon: I Am in Need of Music.Works by Plant, Hatzis, Schubert, Glick. SuzieLeBlanc, soprano; Mark Simons, clarinet;Pedja Muzijevic, piano; 3:00: Chooi Brothers.Frédéric Lacroix, piano; 5:45: SiskindSnapshots. Alejandra Escuar, flute; RodrigoSigal, electronic audio; José Luis GarcíaNava, visual artist; 7:00: Lemon BucketOrkestra Animates the Capital; 7:00: TiempoLibre; 10:30: Anahtar. Güç Basar Gülle, oud;Andrew Downing, cello and composer.•August 3 11:00am: Sacred Spaces II:Canadian Guitar Quartet. Works by Donkin,Ho, Vivaldi. Rachel Mercer, cello; CanadianGuitar Quintet. 3:00: Dover Quartet.Works by Schubert, Ullman, Mozart; 5:45:Siskind Snapshots. Tim Brady, guitar;Christina Petrowska Quilico, piano; 7:00:What Makes It Great? Beethoven’s StringQuartet No.16 Op.135. Dover Quartet; RobertKapilow, conductor and commentator;10:00: Luminico. Alejandro Escuer, fluteand composer; Rodrigo Sigal, electronicsand composer; José Luis García Nava, visualartist.•August 4 noon: New Music Now I. Leroux:Ami...Chemin...Oser...Vie; Boudreau: Solaris.Nouvel ensemble moderne. ESP; 1:30: NewMusic Now II. Christina Petrowska Quilico,piano; 3:00: New Music Now III. Arsenault:L’après (l’infini); Prévost: Tryptique;Gougeon: Suite privée; Connesson: Techno-Parade; Holliger: Studie über Mehrklänge.Ensemble Prisme; Alice Teichert, visualartist; 5:45: Siskind Snapshots. Land’s EndEnsemble. ; 7:00: Brodsky Quartet. Worksby Mendelssohn, Schubert, Purcell, Tanaka;Beethoven. Brodsky Quartet; 10:00: Shuffle.Ariadne Greif, soprano; Francisco Fullana,violin; Hassan Anderson, oboe; Moran Katz,clarinet; Eliran Avni, piano.•August 5 noon: New Music Now IV.Sciarrino: Piano Trio No.2; Nobles:Chronostasis; Bell: Phénomènes; Sorensen:Phantasmagoria; Radford: Event Horizon.Land’s End Ensemble; 1:30: New Music NowV. Tim Brady, guitar and composer; MartinMessier, video artist; 3:30: New Music NowVI. Susan Hoeppner, flute; Gordon Wolfe,trombone; Gryphon Trio; Gary Kulesha,composer; 5:45: Siskind Snapshots.Ann Monoyios, soprano; Matthew White,countertenor. 7:00: Il Trionfo del Tempo:Handel’s First Oratorio. Handel: Il trionfo deltempo e del disinganno. Les Voix Baroques;Amanda Forsythe, soprano; Krisztina Szabó,mezzo; Reginald L. Mobley, countertenor;Colin Balzer, tenor; 10:00: La Vuta: Violinbeyond the Pale. Lara St. John, violin; SeroujKradjian, piano. SB. .•August 6 10:00am: Bach Summit I. Sonatafor flute and obbligato harpsichord inE-flat BWV1031; Sonata for viola da gamba60 | June 4, 2014 – Sept 7, 2014 thewholenote.com

and obbligato harpsichord in G BWV1027;Sonata for violin and obbligato harpsichordin f BWV1018; Sonata for flute and bassocontinuo in C BWV1033. Ensemble Caprice;noon: Bach Summit II. Sonata for violinand obbligato harpsichord in c BWV1017;Sonata for viola da gamba and obbligatoharpsichord in g BWV1029; Sonata for fluteand basso continuo in e BWV1034; Sonatafor flute, violin and basso continuo in cBWV1079; Sonata for violin and obbligatoharpsichord in A BWV1015; Trio Sonata for2 flutes and basso continuo in G BWV1039.Ensemble Caprice; 3:00: What MakesIt Great? Bach’s Second BrandenburgConcerto. Ensemble Caprice; RobertKapilow, conductor and commentator; 5:45:Siskind Snapshots. Mary Lou Fallis, sopranoand comedienne; Peter Tiefenbach, piano;7:00: Gryphon Trio in Concert. Works byTchaikovsky, Schafer, Wijeratne; 10:00: MaryLou Fallis and Peter Tiefenbach: PrimadonnaDoes Shakespeare. Mary Lou Fallis, sopranoand comedienne; Peter Tiefenbach, piano.•August 7 10:00am: Bach Summit III.Sonata for violin and obbligato harpsichordin b BWV1014; Sonata for flute and bassocontinuo in E BWV1035; Sonata for violada gamba and obbligato harpsichord in DBWV1028; Sonata for violin and obbligatoharpsichord in E BWV1016. EnsembleCaprice; noon: Bach Summit IV. Sonatafor flute and obbligato harpsichord in ABWV1032; Sonata for violin and obbligatoharpsichord in G BWV1019; Sonata for fluteand obbligato harpsichord in b BWV1030.Ensemble Caprice; 3:00: Cheng Duo: Aroundthe World. Works by Schubert, Beethoven,Massenet, Pablo de Sarasate, Gershwin,Piazzolla. Cheng Duo; 7:00: Closing Night:The Brandenburg Concertos. Shostakovich:Op.87 Preludes. Ensemble Caprice. DC. .Peterborough Folk FestivalAugust 22 to August 24Peterborough, ONpeterboroughfolkfest.comPeterborough MusicfestWednesdays and Saturdays, June 28 toAugust 27Del Crary Park, Peterborough, ONptbomusicfest.caPrince Edward County Jazz FestivalAugust 12 to August 17Various Locations, Picton, ON613-476-8416 x28 or 1-877-411-4761pecjazz.orgRT – Regent Theatre, PictonB&C – Books & Co, Picton.HEW – Huff Estates Winery, BloomfieldTB&C – The Beck & Call, PictonWH – Waring House, PictonSAPC – St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church,PictonGC – Glenwood Chapel, PictonWFM – Wellington Farmers MarketBUC – Bloomfield United Church, BloomfieldRRV – Rosehall Run Vineyards, WellingtonAS – Agrarian Speakeasy, BloomfieldSMMC – St. Mary Magdalene Church, PictonHMBW – Half Moon Bay Winery, South BayWEW – Waupoos Estates Winery, WaupoosCCC – County Cider Company, WaupoosHEV – Harwood Estate Vineyards, HillierFTAC – Fifth Town Artisan Cheese Co,Waupoos•August 12 7:00: Gershwin’s Rhapsody inBlue: Informal lecture with Brian Barlow.Free.•August 13 7:30: Ben Vandergaast, WH;8:00: Jazz Gala. Guido Basso, flugelhorn/trumpet; Russ Little, trombone; Robi Botos,piano; Scott Alexander, bass; Brian Barlow,drums. HEW. . 5:30: Wine tasting; 6:30:Dinner; reservations required.•August 14 5:30: Hannah Barstow, piano.WH; 7:30: Jenica Rayne Trio. WH; 8:00: DaveBrubeck’s “Time Out”. Remi Bolduc, altosax; Fancois Bourassa, bass; Fraser Hollins,bass; Dave Laing, drums. RT. ; 10:00: RobiBotos Trio. B&C. Reservations required.•August 15 1:00: Dan Bone Trio. HEW;4:00: Marika Galea. SAPC. Free; 5:00:Hannah Barstow. WH; 7:00: Robert Keyes,piano. WH; 7:30: Hannah Barstow Trio. WH;Remembering Jim Hall. Reg Schwager;Lorne Lofsky; David Occhipinti; Rob Piltch.RT. ; 10:00: Robi Botos Trio. B&C.Reservations required.•August 16 10:00 am: Lenny Solomon,violin, and Reg Schwager, guitar. GC; 11:30am: Jazz Van – Chameleon Jazz Band. WFM;12:00 noon: Autobahn. SAPC; 1:00: MikeFrancis Duo. HEW;2:00: David Braid Solo Piano Concert.. SMMC; 7:00: The Starpainters. AS;5:30: Hannah Barstow, piano. WH; 7:30:Angela Turone Trio. WH; 8:00: ReneeRosnes Quartet. Lewis Nash, drums; PeterWashington, bass; Jimmy Greene, tenorsax. RT. ; 10:00: Robi Botos Trio. B&C.Reservations required.•August 17 10:30 am: Jazz Mass. RobiBotos Trio. SMMC; 12:00 noon: Jazz Van– Chameleon Jazz Band. HMBW; 1:00:Canadian Jazz Quartet. HEW; 1:00: Dan BoneTrio. CCC; 1:00: Starpainters. HEV; 1:00: MikeFrancis Duo. FTAC; 2:00: Chelsea McBrideQuartet. SAPC; 5:30: Hannah Barstow,piano. WH; 7:00: Lenni Stewart. AS; 7:30: DonEnglert Trio. WH; 8:00: Gershwin in Blue.David Braid, piano; Jackie Richardson, voice;Brian Barlow Big Band. RT. .Prince Edward County Music FestivalSeptember 19 to September 28Picton, ON613-393-3798pecmusicfestival.comVenues: All performances held at Churchof St. Mary Magdalene or Regent Theatre.Performers include: I Musici de Montréal;Penderecki String Quartet, EnsembleMade in Canada; Denise Djokic, cello; AndréLaplante, piano; Nikki Chooi, violin; PhilipChiu, piano; Julie Nesrallah.Detailed listing in September issue of TheWholeNoteScarborough Town Jazz FestivalAugust 7 to August 10Burrows Hall Community Centre,Scarborough, ON647-427-1403scarboroughtownjazzfestival.comVenues include: Burrows Hall CommunityCentre Park; Rosebank Park; ChineseCultural Centre of Greater Toronto; andAlbert Campbell Square.Performers include: Issac Delgado,Liberty Silver, Joel Lovano, Hilario Duranand Joaquin Nunez Hidalga. Also crafts,international cuisine, dances, prizes, freshfarm produce, games for young children andcorporate exhibits.SCENE Music FestivalJune 28 and June 29St. Catharines, ONscenemusicfestival.comSound SymposiumJuly 4 to July 12St. John’s, NL709-753-4630soundsymposium.comStewart Park Music FestivalJuly 18 to July 20Perth, ON613-264-1190stewartparkfestival.comStratford Summer MusicJuly 14 to August 24Stratford, ON1-866-288-4313stratfordsummermusic.caVenues include:TPP – Tom Percussion IslandMB – MusicBarge – beside Avon River onVeterans Way, StratfordLQP – Lower Queen’s ParkRU – RundlesTC – The Church – 70 Brunswick StSAC – St. Andrew’s ChurchRE – Revel CaffèRCL – Royal Canadian Legion – 207 St. PatrickKC – Knox Church•July 14 8:00: Launching Tom PercussionIsland. TorQ. TPP. Free.•July 14 9:20: Fireworks to Music for aMidsummer’s Night. LQP. Free.•July 16 2:00: TorQ’s Experience for YoungPeople. TPP. Free.•July 18 2:00: TorQ’s Experience for YoungPeople. TPP. Free.•July 19 11:00am: Musical Brunch atRundles: Music from My Living Room.Anna Atkinson. RU. 519-271-6442. .Reservation required. Also Jul 20.•July 19 9:00: Saturday Night Cabaret:Oliver Jones Jazz Trio. Oliver Jones, piano;Éric Lagacé, bass; Jim Doxas, drums. TC.; 8(4 shows). Reservations requiredfor dinner package. Also Jul 26(Broadsway),Aug 2(Jane Bunnett/Maqueque), 16(MarkDownes Quartet).•July 20 11:00am: Musical Brunch atRundles: Music from My Living Room.Anna Atkinson. RU. 519-271-6442. .Reservation required. Also Jul 19.•July 20 4:00: TorQ with Larkin Singers.; (3 shows). Also Jul 25 and 27.•July 23 7:00 Courting Elizabeth: Musicand Patronage in Shakespeare’s England.Works by Dowland and Hume. FolgerShakespearean Consort; Arcadia Consort;James Taylor, tenor. SAC. ; (2 shows).1 of 2 shows.•July 24 7:00: Shakespeare’s Music: InCelebration of the Bard’s 450 th Year. Worksby Shakespeare, Bannister and Morley. DrewMinter, countertenor; Mark Rimple, lute.Folger Shakespearean Consort. SAC ;(2 shows). 2 of two shows.•July 25 9:00am: Bicycle Opera: ProgramA. Rolfe and Chai: Rosa; Thornborrow andYee: A little rain must fall; Stokes: Bianchi;Scime (libretto by Koiter): L’Homme et leciel (excerpt). Chris Enns, tenor; StephanieTritchew, mezzo; Larissa Koniuk, soprano;Liza Balkan, stage director; Wesley Shen,music director. RE. PWYC. Also Jul 26(5:30),Jul 27.•July 25 12:30: BargeMusic. Participants ofPercussion Seminar. MB. Free.•July 25 5:30: Bicycle Opera: Program B.Denburg and Rabinovitch: Regina; Currentand Piatigorsky: Airline Icarus (excerpt);Barbotin and Balkan: (What rhymes with)Azimuth? Geoffrey Sirett, baritone; ChrisEnns, tenor; Stephanie Tritchew, mezzo;Larissa Koniuk, soprano; Liza Balkan, stagedirector; Wesley Shen, music director. RE.PWYC. Also Jul 26(9:00am).•July 25 7:00: TorQ. Guest: Nebojsa Zivkovic.SAC. ; (3 shows). Also Jul 20, 27.•July 26 9:00am: Bicycle Opera: Program B.Denburg and Rabinovitch: Regina; Currentand Piatigorsky: Airline Icarus (excerpt);Barbotin and Balkan: (What rhymes with)Azimuth? Geoffrey Sirett, baritone; ChrisEnns, tenor; Stephanie Tritchew, mezzo;Larissa Koniuk, soprano; Liza Balkan, stagedirector; Wesley Shen, music director. RE.PWYC. Also Jul 25(5:30).•July 26 11:00am: Musical Brunch atRundles: The Cabarets of Stratford.Anna Atkinson. RU. 519-271-6442. .Reservation required. Also Jul 27.•July 26 12:30: BargeMusic. Ensemblesfrom National Youth Orchestra of Canada.MB. Free.•July 26 3:00: BargeMusic. Ensemblesfrom National Youth Orchestra of Canada.MB. Free.•July 26 5:30: Bicycle Opera: Program A.Rolfe and Chai: Rosa; Thornborrow andYee: A little rain must fall; Stokes: Bianchi;Scime (libretto by Koiter): L’Homme et leciel (excerpt). Chris Enns, tenor; StephanieTritchew, mezzo, and Larissa Koniuk,soprano; Liza Balkan, stage director; WesleyShen, music director. RE. PWYC. Also Jul25(9:00am).•July 26 9:00: Saturday Night Cabaret.Broadsway: Heather Bambrick, Diane Leahand Julie Michels.TC. ; 8(4 shows). Reservationsrequired for dinner package. Also Jul19(Oliver Jones Jazz Trio), Aug 2(JaneBunnett/Maqueque), 16(Mark DownesQuartet).•July 27 9:00am: Bicycle Opera: ProgramA. Rolfe and Chai: Rosa; Thornborrow andYee: A little rain must fall; Stokes: Bianchi;Scime (libretto by Koiter): L’Homme et leciel (excerpt). Chris Enns, tenor; StephanieTritchew, mezzo; Larissa Koniuk, soprano;Liza Balkan, stage director; Wesley Shen,music director. RE. PWYC. Also Jul 25, Jul26(5:30).•July 27 11:00am: Musical Brunch atRundles: The Cabarets of Stratford.Anna Atkinson. RU. 519-271-6442. .Reservation required. Also Jul 26.•July 27 12:30: BargeMusic. Canadian Men’sChorus. MB. Free.•July 27 3:00: Bicycle Opera: Program B.Denburg and Rabinovitch: Regina; Currentand Piatigorsky: Airline Icarus (excerpt);Barbotin and Balkan: (What rhymes with)Azimuth? Geoffrey Sirett, baritone; ChrisEnns, tenor; Stephanie Tritchew, mezzo;Larissa Koniuk, soprano; Liza Balkan, stagedirector; Wesley Shen, music director. RE.PWYC. Also Jul 25(5:30), Jul 26(9:00am).•July 27 3:00: BargeMusic. Canadian Men’sChorus. MB. Free.thewholenote.com June 4,2014 – Sept 7, 2014 | 61

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