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Volume 20 Issue 1 - September 2014

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  • September
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B. Concerts Beyond the

B. Concerts Beyond the GTA Beat by Beat | In the ClubsORI DAGANMusic Room, 57 Young St. W., Waterloo. 519-886-1673. ; (sr); $20(st).●●8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony. ToThe Ends of the Alphabet. Zelenka: Hipocondrieà 7 concertanti; Wadley: Three Movementsfor Clarinet and Strings; J.S. Bach(arr. David Wadley): Preludes and Fuguesfrom Well-Tempered Clavier Book 1; J.S.Bach: Brandenburg Concerto No.3 in G.Ross Edwards, clarinet; David Wadley, violaand curator; Lucas Waldin, conductor. FirstUnited Church, 16 William St. W., Waterloo.519-745-4711 or 888-745-4717. ; (st).Also Oct 3(Guelph), 4(Cambridge).Thursday October 2●●12:00 noon: Colours of Music. Two at theConsole. Works by Bach and Mozart. AndrewAdair and Simon Walker, organ. St. Andrew’sPresbyterian Church, 47 Owen St., Barrie.705-726-1181. Free.●●12:00 noon: Wilfrid Laurier University Facultyof Music. Music at Noon. PendereckiString Quartet. Maureen Forrester RecitalHall, Wilfrid Laurier University, 75 UniversityAve. W., Waterloo. 519-884-0710 x4439. Free.●●2:30: Colours of Music. A Strauss Party.Works by Scriabin, R. Strauss, Berners,Bitsch and Schoenfield. Guy Few, trumpet;Stephanie Mara, piano. Hi-Way PentecostalChurch, 50 Anne St. N., Barrie. 705-726-1181.; (st).●●7:30: Colours of Music. Masters of JewishMusic: Culturally Diverse and Unique. Worksby Bach, Block, Ben-Haim, N. Scheriff and A.Kopelman. Gavriel Lipkind, cello. Am ShalomCongregation, 767 Huronia Road, Barrie. 705-726-1181. ; (st).Friday October 3●●12:00 noon: Colours of Music. An EmergingTalent. Works by Liszt, Debussy, Burge.Mathew Walton, piano. Hi-Way PentecostalChurch, 50 Anne St. N., Barrie. 705-726-1181.; (st).●●12:15: Wilfrid Laurier University Facultyof Music. Music in the Library. Student performance.Wilfrid Laurier University Library,75 University Ave. W., Waterloo. 519-884-0710 x4439. Free.●●2:30: Colours of Music. Cecilia String Quartet.Works by Haydn, Tchaikovsky and Arensky.Burton Avenue United Church, 37 BurtonAve., Barrie. 705-726-1181. ; (st).●●7:30: Colours of Music. Musicians at theSummit. Works by Brahms, Beethoven, Mendelssohnand Schumann. James Campbell,clarinet; Gavriel Lipkind, cello; Michael Kim,piano. Grace United Church, 350 Grove St.E., Barrie. 705-726-1181. ; (passport);(st).●●8:00: Folk Under the Clock. Dala. AmandaWalther and Sheila Carabine. Market HallTheatre, 140 Charlotte St., Peterborough.705-749-1146 and 705-742-9425. ; (st).All tickets are reserved seating.●●8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony. ToThe Ends of the Alphabet. Harcourt MemorialUnited Church, 87 Dean St., Guelph. 519-745-4711 or 888-745-4717. ; (st). SeeOct 1(Waterloo), Also Oct 4(Cambridge).Saturday October 4●●12:00 noon: Colours of Music. Let theTrumpets Sound! Stan Elliotson and JonathanElliotson, trumpets; Marty Smyth, organ. St.Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, 47 Owen St.,Barrie. 705-726-1181. ; (st).●●2:30: Colours of Music. Oscar Peterson:The Jazz Legend and the Man I Knew. RussBoswell, bass; Lance Anderson, piano. GraceUnited Church, 350 Grove St. E., Barrie. 705-726-1181. ; (st).●●7:30: Centre for the Arts, Brock University.Voca People. Featuring over 70 a cappellaand beat box versions of popular songs,from Madonna to Mozart. Sean O’SullivanTheatre, Centre for the Arts, 500 GlenridgeAve., St. Catharines. 905-688-5550 x3257 or1-866-617-3257. .●●7:30: Colours of Music. Sublime Brahms.Brahms: Clarinet Quintet; Piano Quintet. CeciliaString Quartet; James Campbell, clarinet;Michael Kim, piano. Hi-Way PentecostalChurch, 50 Anne St. N., Barrie. 705-726-1181.; (passport); (st).●●8:00: Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony.To The Ends of the Alphabet. Central PresbyterianChurch (Cambridge), 7 QueensSq., Cambridge. 519-745-4711 or 888-745-4717. ; (st). See Oct 1(Waterloo); AlsoOct 3(Guelph).Sunday October 5●●2:30: Colours of Music. Michael Kim. Worksby Bach, Mozart, Chopin, Liszt, Brahms,Debussy and Gershwin. Hi-Way PentecostalChurch, 50 Anne St. N., Barrie. 705-726-1181.; (st).●●7:30: Colours of Music. The Serene Magnificenceof Choral Evensong. Choir of St.James Cathedral; Vicki St. Pierre, conductor;David Briggs, organ. Trinity Anglican Church(Barrie), 24 Collier St., Barrie. 705-726-1181.Goodwill offering.●●7:30: The Cuckoo’s Nest Folk Club. JohnGorka. Chaucer’s Pub, 122 Carling St., London.519-473-2099. /(adv).●●7:30: Wilfrid Laurier University Facultyof Music. Sing Fires of Justice for Hope. WilfridLaurier University Choirs with communitychoral singers. St. Matthews LutheranChurch, 54 Benton St., Kitchener. 519-884-0710 x4439. By donation.Tuesday October 7●●11:45am: Wilfrid Laurier University Facultyof Music. Music at Noon. Student Recital.Maureen Forrester Recital Hall, Wilfrid LaurierUniversity, 75 University Ave. W., Waterloo.519-884-0710 x4439. Free.Do more online!Search listingsby genreSearch listingsby geographyAll atthewholenote.comIn the ClubsORI DAGANSeptember signals summertime’s end butmusicians are out there to warm your heartthis month, as always. It’s really exciting tosee some new, weekly jam sessions happeningaround town, several of which are organized,promoted and hosted by hugely talented youngartists like saxophonist Emily Steinwall, who willbe entering her 2nd year at Humber College thismonth. The house band consists of fellow Humberheavies Youngchan Na on guitar, Hayden Farraron bass and Louis Baranyi-Irvine on drums. Thejams run every Sunday from 4 to 7pm except forthe second week of the month – so September 7, 21and 28 at Relish on the Danforth. I caught up withSteinwall to find out a bit more about the who, thewhere, the how and the why behind the sessions.What or who inspired you to start running aweekly jam session?There is another weekly jam session in the westend run by Nick Morgan that I attend as often aspossible at the Annette studios. I always have agreat time at the Annette jam, and it was a big partof the inspiration to start one up in the east end.I think this type of traditional jam session is so beneficial for musicianswho want to play jazz because it gives them a chance to playwith new people and hear other players on the scene, and apart fromthe Annette jam there aren’t many other things like this happening inToronto. I realized that there was a lack of places for people to get outand jam, though there was a huge demand for it, so I started one upat my house around the end of May … within a few weeks, too manypeople were coming out and I had to find a bigger venue, which iswhen I asked Relish.What makes Relish an ideal spot for this event?C. IN THE CLUBS (MOSTLY JAZZ)80 GLADSTONE80 Gladstone Ave. 416-516-719980gladstone.com (full schedule)September 27 8pm Peripheral Vision CDrelease: Sheer Tyranny of Will: Trevor Hogg(saxophone), Don Scott (guitar), Michael Herring(bass), Nick Fraser (drums) .ALLEYCATZ2409 Yonge St. 416-481-6865alleycatz.caEvery Mon 8pm Salsa Night w/Frank Bischun and free lessons. EveryTue 8:30pm Bachata Night w/ DJFrank Bischun and free lessons. EveryWed 8:30pm Carlo Berardinucci Band. NoCover. September 4 9pm Jee Jee & James(call for cover). September 11 9pm Wild “T”Tony Springer (call for cover). September 189pm Jazz Biscuit (call for cover). September5, 6, 13, 20 9pm Lady Kane . September12 9pm North of 7 Band . September 199pm The Community Soul Project . September26 9pm Rugged Root . September27 9pm Off the Wall .ANNETTE STUDIOS566 Annette St. 647-880-8378annettestudios.comEvery Mon 9:30pm Jazz Jam w/ Nick MorganEmilySteinwallQuartet. Suggested donation /(st).ARTWORD ARTBAR15 Colbourne St., Hamilton. 905-543-8512artword.net (full schedule)September 11 9pm Skirt Check w/ 5-piecehorn section No cover/PWYC. September12 8pm Guitarist Dan Walsh No cover/PWYC. September 13 8pm Wayne Janus &Kaizen No cover/PWYC. September 25 8pmThe Muted Note: Songs Based on Poems byP.K. Page, Susanna Hood & Scott ThomsonCall for ticket info. September 26 8pm MikeAlmas and Guilty Pleasure band: Mike Almas(voice, guitar), Steve Hilbert (bass), JoanneAugustyn (percussion, voice), Jack Pedler(drums, voice) Call for cover info.AXIS GALLERY AND GRILL3048 Dundas St. W 416-604-3333axisgalleryandgrill.com (full schedule)All shows: No cover/PWYCBLOOM2315 Bloor St. W. 416-767-1315bloomrestaurant.comAll shows: 19+.September 11, 12 7pm Heather Bambrickwith Mark Kieswetter (piano) and MichaelMcClennan (bass) w/ Dinner Prix Fixe.September 25 7pm Juliet Dunn Trio .52 | September 1, 2014 – October 7, 2014 thewholenote.com

Relish is a great fit for this type of jam session because it is minutesaway from the subway line, already has the required equipment set upand offers cheap drinks for the musicians who come to play ( pintsof Ontario craft beer are offered to all jammers). The people who workthere are very friendly and relaxed, which gives the jam a fun andeasy-going vibe.What do musicians need to know if they are planning tocome to the jam?Rhythm section instruments will be provided, as wellas microphones for the vocalists, but horn players need tobring their own instruments. Musicians who are planning tocome and play should know material coming out of the GreatAmerican Songbook and other standard material – somethingthat many people will know how to play without having toread a chart. The material played is coming straight out of thejazz/swing tradition. There are a few basic etiquette things thatpeople should understand about jam sessions: first of all, if thereare many people who want to play, don’t hog the bandstand.This means taking a tasteful amount of choruses, not havingmore than two horn players on one tune and only playing oneor two before letting the next group get up. Give everyone achance to play!Secondly, be open to all levels of players and do not be ajerk. This jam is for everyone to have fun and share their joy formusic, and there is no room for egos. Don’t call tunes that areobscure/heavily arranged and expect everyone to know them.Come in with an open mind and be ready to play anything … inthis type of situation, simpler is better! There is no cover, butthere is a tip jar for the members of the house band to get paid with. A to donation is recommended for people coming to play.Here’s wishing Emily Steinwall the best of luck with this session –you’ll be seeing yours truly there often!Another new jam session on Tuesday evenings takes place on Bloornear Ossington at Blakbird (without a letter ‘c’) which is the downstairsof Pero Lounge. The host, Kalya Ramu, is a fantastic vocalist inher senior year at Humber. She is joined by a stellar group of youngmusicians: Nick Tateishi on guitar, Ewen Farncombe on keys, Connorcontinued on page 54CASTRO’S LOUNGE2116e Queen St. E 416-699-8272castroslounge.com (full schedule)All shows: No cover/PWYCC’EST WHAT67 Front St. E (416) 867-9499cestwhat.com (full schedule)September 20 3pm The Hot Five JazzmakersNo cover/PWYC.CHALKERS PUB, BILLIARDS & BISTRO247 Marlee Ave. 416-789-2531chalkerspub.comEvery Wed 8pm Girls Night Out Jazz Jamw/ host Lisa Particelli. PWYC. September13 6pm Girls’ Night Out Dinner Jazz LaunchParty: June Garber (voice), Mark Kieswetter(piano) and friends . September 20 6pmDave Young Quartet: Dave Young (bass), KevinTurcotte (trumpet), Bernie Senensky (piano),Terry Clarke (drums) . September 27 6pmDavid Occhipinti Trio: David Occhipinti (guitar),Andrew Downing (bass), Terry Clarke(drums) . September 28 7pm SpecialEvent: Tony Mergel Band .CLASSICO PIZZA & PASTA2457 Bloor St. W 416-763-1313classicopizza.com (Full schedule)DESOTOS1079 St. Clair Ave. W 416-651-2109desotos.ca (full schedule)Every Sun 11am-2pm Sunday Live JazzBrunch hosted by Anthony Abbatangeli Nocover.DOMINION ON QUEEN500 Queen St. E 416-368-6893dominiononqueen.com (full schedule)Call for cover info.EMMET RAY, THE924 College St. 416-792-4497theemmetray.com (full schedule)All shows: No cover/PWYCSeptember 4 9pm John-Wayne SwingtetAlexander Tikhonov (clarinet), Wayne Nakamura(guitar), Abbey Sholzberg (bass), JohnFarrell (guitar).FLYING BEAVER PUBARET, THE488 Parliament St. 647-347-6567pubaret.com (full schedule)September 26, 27 7pm Broadsway: HeatherBambrick, Julie Michaels & Diane Leah/$20(adv).FREE TIMES CAFE320 College St. 416-967-1078freetimescafe.comSeptember 11 8:30pm Songwriters’ Circleof Jerks 23 . September 17 7:30pm 60’sFolk Revival: Where Have All the Folk SongsGone? .GATE 403403 Roncesvalles Ave. 416-588-2930gate403.com All shows: PWYC.September 1 5pm Mike Daley Jazz Trio; 9pmJazzforia featuring Claire Riley. September 25pm David Buchbinder Jazz Band; 8pm DannyMarks and Alec Fraser Duo. September 35pm Howard Willett Blues Duo; 9pm JulianFauth Blues Night. September 4 5pm RobertaHunt Jazz & Blues Band; 9pm MélanieBrûlée’s Band. September 5 5pm Michael Belland Rob Phillip Jazz Duo; 9pm Tevlin SwingBand. September 6 5pm Bill Heffernan andHis Friends (Folk/Country/Blues); 9pm MelissaBoyce Jazz & Blues Band. September 75pm Janel Jones Jazz Duo; 9pm Roger ChongJazz Band. September 8 5pm Asha Pieper:“Take Two”; 9pm Rob Davis Blues Duo.September 9 5pm Songstress Sarah Kennedywith Pianist Matt Pines; 8pm DannyMarks and Alec Fraser Duo. September 105pm Michelle Rumball with Friend; 9pm JulianFauth Blues Night. September 11 5pmJoanne Morra & The France St. Trio; 9pmKevin LaLiberté Jazz & Flamenco Trio. September12 5pm Doc. Barrister Jazz Band;9pm Denielle Bassels Jazz Band. September13 5pm Bill Heffernan and His Friends;9pm Sweet Derrick Blues Band. September14 5pm John Wayne Swingtet; 9pm Six PointsJazz Orchestra. September 15 5pm JonathanFeldman’s Zebrina Trio; 9pm Bruce ChapmanBlues Duo with featured guests. September16 5pm Jonathan Maxine Willan Jazz Duo;8pm Danny Marks and Alec Fraser Duo. September17 5pm Meagan de Lima Jazz Band;9pm Julian Fauth Blues Night. September18 5pm G Street Jazz Trio; 9pm Donné RobertsBand. September 19 5pm Sam BrovermanJazz Duo; 9pm Fraser Melvin BluesBand. September 20 5pm Bill Heffernan andHis Friends (Folk/Country/Blues); 9pm JerryQuintyne Jazz Band. September 21 5pm BillPeter Kauffman Jazz Trio; 9pm Brown-TalskyJazz Quintet. September 22 5pm ConnerNewton Jazz Trio; 8pm The Sleaper Group.September 23 5pm Conor Hall Jazz Trio; 8pmDanny Marks and Alec Fraser Duo. September24 5pm Leigh Graham Jazz Duo; 9pm JulianFauth Blues Night. September 25 5pmSon of Rhythm; 9pm Annie Bonsignore JazzDuo or Trio. September 26 5pm Clela ErringtonRoot Music Duo; 9pm Tiffany HanusJazz Band. September 27 5pm Bill Heffernanand His Friends (Folk/Country/Blues);9pm Jazz Forge. September 28 5pm Jeff Taylorand The SLT; 9pm The Kilts - Play CelticBlues. September 29 7pm Cheryl WhiteRhythm & Blues Band. September 30 8pmDanny Marks and Alec Fraser Duo; 9pm PeterCampbell Jazz Trio.GROSSMAN’S TAVERN379 Spadina Ave. 416-977-7000grossmanstavern.com (full schedule)HABITS GASTROPUB928 College St. 416-533-7272habitsgastropub.com (full schedule)September 5 9pm Mark Ucci Jazz Trio .September 12 9pm Chelsea McBride Group. September 19 9pm Laura Fernandez. September 26 9pm Gord Sheard JazzTrio .HARLEM RESTAURANT67 Richmond St. E. 416-368-1920harlemrestaurant.com (full schedule)All shows: 7:30-11pm (unless otherwisenoted.) Call for cover info.September 5 Samantha Clayton. September6 Zimzum. September 19 Kristin Fung.HIRUT CAFE AND RESTAURANT2050 Danforth Ave. 416-551-7560All shows: PWYCEvery Sun 3pm Open Mic with NicolaVaughan: folk/country/jazz/world/R&B September3 8pm The Best Originals: Singer/Songwriter/Spoken Word Competition September26 9pm Hirut Hoot CabaretHOME SMITH BAR – SEE OLD MILL, THEHUGH’S ROOM2261 Dundas St. W. 416-531-6604hughsroom.comAll shows: 8:30pm (unless otherwise noted).September 3 Tom Russell .50/(adv).September 4 Coldjack & Monica Chapman/.50(adv). September 5 OneOCTOBER 2, 3, 4. FROM NYC:JOHNNY O’NEALwith DAVE YOUNG andTERRY CLARKEBook Your Table Today!416-363-5299251 Victoria Streetwww.jazzbistro.cathewholenote.com September 1, 2014 – October 7, 2014 | 53

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