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Volume 20 Issue 9 - Summer 2015

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ON N0B 1S0 GB – Gambrel Barn, Wellington County Rd. 21 and 7, Elora, ON N0B 1S0 HB – Heritage Barn, Museum & Archives, 536 Wellington Rd. 18, Elora, ON N1M 2W3 KP – Knox Presbyterian Church, 51 Church St., Elora, ON N0B 1S0 SJ – St. John’s Church, 36 Henderson St., Elora, ON N0B 1S0 WC – Wellington County Library, Elora Branch, 144 Geddes St., Elora, ON N0B 1S0 519-846-0331 or 1-888-747-7550 Festival Pass: 20% discount on all events (excluding Starlight and Roundtable events) Flex Package: save the tax on at least 4 events (excluding Kids, Starlight and Roundtable events) All concerts: $20(university/college students); (high school students) Ticket prices do not include HST or service charge Arvo Pärt Jocelyn Morlock Patrick Hawes John Tavener Thursday, July 23 rd Jul 10 7:30: Opening Night Gala: Solomon. Handel. Elora Festival Singers; Mendelssohn Choir; Festival Orchestra. Followed by fireworks and buffet. 6:45: Pre-concert talk. GB; (preferred seating); . Jul 11 3:00: Orphea and the Golden Harp. Adaptation of Monteverdi’s Orfeo. Marionettes, singers, baroque musicians. SJ; . 7:30: Black Umfolosi. A capella and dance group from Zimbabwe. GB; . 9:30: Starlight Series 1: Mike Janzen Trio. HB; . Jul 12 2:00: Glory of Vivaldi. Elora Festival Singers; chamber ensemble. SJ; . 4:00: Stewart Goodyear, piano. Works by Scriabin. SJ; . Jul 15 4:30: [lecture] Roundtable with Rick Phillips 1: Discovering Bach’s B Minor Mass. WC; ; includes dinner at Cork Restaurant. 7:30: Mark Masri, tenor. GB; . Jul 16 8:00: VOCES8. English vocal ensemble. Madrigals and opera to Peggy Lee. KP; . Jul 17 4:00: Elora Festival Kids Camp: Pirates: The Sequel. EP; ; (child). 7:30: Bach: B Minor Mass. Elora Festival Singers; VOCES8; Studio de musique ancienne de Montréal 6:45: Pre-concert talk. GB; . Jul 18 2:00 & 4:00: Dark Days, Bright Victory. Canada’s WWII in words, images and song. SJ; . 7:30: Next Generation Leahy. Celtic song and dance. Doug and Jennifer Leahy and Summer Festivals their children. GB; (family); . 9:30: Starlight Series 2: Frog & Henry. HB; . Jul 19 2:00: David Jalbert, piano. Works by Satie, Poulenc and Stravinsky. SJ; . 4:00: Studio de musique ancienne de Montréal. Renaissance and Baroque vocal music. SJ; . Jul 22 4:30: [lecture] Roundtable with Rick Phillips 2: Making Music Festivals Work WC; ; includes dinner at Cork Restaurant. 7:30: David Baskeyfield, organ. Works by Bach, Mozart, Franck and Saint-Saëns. SJ; . Jul 23 8:00: Choral Mystics. Elora Festival Singers. Works by Tavener, Pärt, Hawes and Morlock. SJ; . Jul 24 7:30: TorQ Percussion Quartet. GB; . Jul 25 3:00: Ships in the Night. Nota Bene Baroque Players; INNERchamber; Agnes Zsigovics, soprano SJ; . 7:30: Jackie Richardson Trio. Gospel, jazz and blues. GB; . 9:30: Starlight Series 3: Glenn Buhr & the Button Factory Band. HB; . Jul 26 2:30: Nine Lessons and Carols for Summer. Elora Festival Singers. SJ; . Festival du Loup July 16 to 19 LH – Lafontaine Parish Hall, 331 Lafontaine Rd. W., Tiny, ON L9M 0H1 LP – Lafontaine Park, 342 Lafontaine Rd. W. Tiny, ON L9M 0H1 PC – Paroisse Sainte Croix, 327 Lafontaine Rd. W., Tiny, ON L9M 0H1 RR – Robert Robitaille Pavillion, Lafontaine Park, 342 Lafontaine Rd. W. Tiny ON L9M 0H1 705-543-1535 Weekend Pass: Jul 16: Lafontaine Storytelling. Commemoration of the 400 years of francophone presence in Ontario. Louis Racine, storyteller; Micheline Marchand and Daniel Marchildon, writers and historians (PH; ). Jul 17: L’Ordre du bon temps de Champlain. Joëlle Roy with Jean Poulin and Bobby Lalonde. Robert Paquette, folk singersongwriter (RR; ). Jul 18: Festival Day. Music by a variety of local artists; Site animation by Echo d’un people; Troupe Corpus. Community supper; Local artisans, local food, beer garden, silent wolf art auction and kid’s corner (LP; ). Evening: The Great Howling. Wolf howling contest; Coureurs des bois; Bon Débarras, house band jam (RR; $20). Jul 19: Folk Mass. Brunch with music by Noisy Locomotive; New World of Champlain concert (LH; ; includes brunch). Festival of the Sound July 17 to August 9 CS – Charles W. Stockey Centre for the Performing Arts, 2 Bay St, Parry Sound, ON P2A 1S3 CP – Chippewa lll, Seguin River Parkette, Parry Sound, ON P2A 1S4 FS – Festival Station Gallery, 1 Avenue Road, Parry Sound, ON P2A 2A6 IQ – Island Queen Cruise Ship, 9 Bay St, Parry Sound, ON P2A 1S4 SA – Saint Andrews Presbyterian Church, 58 Seguin St., Parry Sound, ON P2A 1B6 SV – Seguin Valley Golf Club, 144 Badger Rd., Seguin, ON P2A 2W8 705-746-2410 or 1-866-364-0061 Jul 17 5:30: Classics by Candlelight. Russell Braun, baritone; Carolyn Maule, piano; Guy Few, trumpet; James Campbell, clarinet; Anagnoson & Kinton, piano duo; Gryphon Trio. Fundraising dinner and concert (CS; 0). Jul 18 1:30: Strings Across the Sky. Kids Show (CS; Free). 7:30: Canadian Brass (CS; -). Jul 19 2:30: Charles W. Stockey Memorial Concert. Haydn: String Quartet in C Op.54, No.2, Hob.lll:57; Tchaikovsky: Andante Cantabile; Mozart: Clarinet Quintet in A K581. James Campbell, clarinet; New Zealand String Quartet (CS; -). 7:30: Joyful Sounds: A Tribute to Elmer Iseler. Bach: Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring; Schutz: Psalm 100, Make a Joyful Noise; Praetorius: Ein Kindelein so Iobelich; Schutz: Cantate Domino, Sing to the Lord; Daley: Requiem. Canadian Brass; Elmer Iseler Singers; Lydia Adams, conductor (CS; -). Jul 20 1:00: Film: A Late Quartet (CS; ). 7:00: Dixieland Cruise. Music and cruise (IQ: ). Jul 21 3:30: Flute, Harp, and Strings. Debussy: Sonata for flute, viola and harp; Saint- Saens: Fantaisie for violin and harp, Op.124 Saint-Saëns: The Swan from Carnival of the Animals; Villa Lobos: Song of the Black Swan; Grandjany: Rhapsodie; Godefroid: Etude de concert for solo harp. Caroline Léonardelli, harp; Suzanne Shulman, flute; Gil Sharon, violin; Ron Ephrat, viola; Yegor Dyachkov, cello (CS; -). 7:30: Four Seasons for Four Harps. Vivaldi: The Four Seasons, Op.8 (arr. for harp quartet); Lecuona: Malaguena from Spanish Suite Andalucia (arr. Sparnon); Mozart: Quartet in B-flat K589 (trans. Lizotte). Four Seasons Harp Quartet (CS; -). Jul 22 1:30: Brahms: The Young Composer. Brahms: Scherzo from FAE Sonata; Joachim: Hebrew Melodies Op.9; Brahms: Piano Trio No.1 in B Op.8. Peter Longworth, piano; Gil Sharon, violin; Helene Pohl, violin; Ron Ephrat, viola; Yegor Dyachkov, cello (CS; -). 3:30: Brahms: The Middle Years. Brahms: Cello Sonata No.2 in F Op.99; Brahms: Viola Quintet in G Op.111. Peter Longworth, piano; Ron Ephrat, viola; Yegor Dyachkov, cello; New Zealand String Quartet (CS; -). 7:30: Brahms: The Master. Brahms: Six Pieces for Piano Op.118; Brahms: Clarinet Quintet in b Op.115. Peter Longworth, piano; James Campbell, clarinet; New Zealand String Quartet (CS; -). Jul 23 1:30: Music for Friends. Haydn: London Trio No.1 in C Hob.IV:1; Beethoven: Duo WoO32 “Eyeglasses;” Bruch: Pieces Op.83; Saint- Saens: Tarantella in a Op.6; Poulenc: Sonata for flute and piano. Suzanne Shulman, flute; James Campbell, clarinet; Ron Ephrat, viola; Gillian Ansell, viola; Rolf Gjelsten, cello; Peter Longworth, piano (CS; -). 3:30: Cecilia String Quartet. Haydn: String Quartet in c Op.17 No.4 Hob.III:28; Mendelssohn: String Quartet No. 4 in e Op.44 No.2 (CS; -). 7:30: Beethoven and Schubert. Beethoven: Piano Quartet in E-flat Op.16; Schubert: Cello Quintet in C D956. André Laplante, piano; Gil Sharon, violin; Rolf Gjelste, cello; Doug Beilman, violin; Ron Ephrat, viola; Yegor Dyachkov, cello (CS; -). Jul 24 3:30: Sinfonia Concertante. Haydn/ Rechman: Sinfonia Concertante Hob.I:105; Mozart: Grande Sestetto Concertante after K364. Gil Sharon, violin; Helene Pohl, violin; Doug Beilman, violin; Ron Ephrat, viola; Gillian Answell, viola; Yegor Dyachkov, cello; Rolf Gjelsten: cello (CS; -). 7:30: André Laplante in Recital. Bach/Busoni: Adagio in a from BWV 564; Mozart: Sonata in B-flat K281; Schubert: Six moments musicaux, D780 No.1-3; Beethoven: Piano Sonata No.26 in E-flat Op.81a; Liszt: Piano Sonata in b S178 (CS; -). Jul 25 7:30: In Full Swing: The Music of Artie Shaw & Benny Goodman. Bob DeAngelis, clarinet; James Campbell, clarinet; Gene DiNovi, piano; Dave Young, bass (CS; ). Jul 26 2:30: Canadian Pride. Mussorgsky/ Howarth: Pictures at an Exhibition; Copland: El Salon México; Gabrieli: Canzoni; Canadian National Brass Project; James Sommerville, conductor (CS; -). Jul 27 11:00am: [masterclass] Stockey Piano Masterclass. Glen Montgomery, piano (CS; Free). Jul 28 10:00am: Thirty Two Short Films About Glenn Gould (CS; ).1:15: [lecture] Goldberg Variations. Bach: Goldberg Variations BWV988. Leo Erice, piano (CS; -). 3:30: Music for Flute and Guitar. Telemann: Sonata for flute and guitar; Bach: Sonata for flute; Scarlatti: Sonata for guitar. Suzanne Shulman, flute; Daniel Bolshoy, guitar (CS; -).7:30: Festival Baroque. Vivaldi: Sinfonia alla rustica RV151; Stravinsky: Suite Italienne; Handel: Concerto in g HWV287; Pergolesi: Arias; Bach: Brandenburg Concerto No.2, BWV1047. Leslie Fagan, soprano; James Mason, oboe; Guy Few, trumpet; Julie Baumgartel, violin; Moshe Hammer, violin; Cynthia Hiebert, harpsichord; Penderecki String Quartet; Glen Montgomery, piano (CS; -). Jul 29 11:00am: Concert at Café Zimmermann. Telemann: Sinfonia in D TWV44:1; Bach: Arias from the Coffee Cantata BWV211; Bach: Concerto in c BWV1060. Leslie Fagan, soprano; James Mason, oboe; Guy Few, trumpet; Julie Baumgartel, violin; Penderecki String Quartet; Cynthia Hiebert, harpsichord (CS; ). 3:30: Cheng²Duo. Francoeur: Sonata in E; Franck: Sonata in A; Fauré: Après un reve; Sicilienne; Elegie (CS; -). 7:30: Songs and Dance of the Americas. Leo Erice, piano; Leslie Fagan, soprano; Suzanne Shulman, flute; James Campbell, clarinet; Guy Few, trumpet; Moshe Hammer, violin; Daniel Bolshoy, guitar; Penderecki String Quartet; Cheng²Duo; Annie Zhou, piano; Glen Montgomery, piano (CS; -40). Jul 30 1:30: Chopin Recital. Chopin: Ballade No.4 in f Op.52; Mazurkas Op.56, Nos.1-3; Sonata No. 3 in b Op.58. Annie Zhou, piano (CS; -). 3:30: Moshe’s Favorites. Bach: Violin Concerto in a BWV1041; Mozart: Sonata in e K304; Schubert: Sonatina in g D408. Moshe Hammer, violin; Glen Montgomery, piano (CS; -). 7:30: Seasons of Beethoven. Beethoven: Violin Sonata in F Op.24 “Spring;” Beethoven: String Quartet in c-sharp Op.131. Moshe Hammer, violin; Glen Montgomery, piano; Penderecki String Quartet (CS; -). Jul 31 11:00am: [masterclass] Stockey Piano Masterclass. Glen Montgomery and Annie Zhou, piano (CS; Free). 1:30: Wendake/ Huronia. Toronto Consort; Aboriginal 44 | June | July | August, 2015

Drummers (CS; -). 7:30: Roise, Judy, and Peggy. Adi Braun, vocals; David Restivo, piano; Pat Collins, bass; Daniel Barnes, drums (CS; -40). Aug 1: 11:00am: Jazz for Open Ears. Graham Campbell. Words Around the Waist (CS; Free). 7:30: Jazz Canada. Dave Restivo, piano; Robi Botos, piano; Gary Williamson, piano; David Young, bass; Terry Clarke, drums (CS: -). Aug 2 10:30am: Coffee & Jazz on the Chippewa. Graham Campbell. Words Around the Waist (CP; ). 2:45: David Braid and Sinfonia UK. Jazz (CS; -). 7:30: Toronto All-Star Big Band (CS: -). Aug 3 1:00: Bird. Film (CS; ). 7:00: Jazz Canada Cruise. Michael Dunston, vocals Drew Jurecka, violin; David Young, bass; Terry Clarke, drums; Robi Botos, piano (IQ; ). Aug 4 3:30: Afiara at St.Andrews; Haydn: String Quartet in b Hob.lll:68; Beethoven: String Quartet in F Op.135. Afiara String Quartet (SA: -). 7:30: From Weimar to Vauldeville. Tom Allen, narrator and trombone; Patrica O’Callaghan, soprano; Bryce Kulak, vocals and piano; Kevin Fox, vocalist, cello and guitar; Lori Gemmell, harp; Peter Gemmell, winds (CS; -). Aug 5 1:30: Three Centuries. Novacek: Elegy for bass and piano; Sherwin: A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square; Dohnanyi: Piano Quintet No.1 in c Op.1. John Novacek, piano; Joel Quarrington; bass; Afiara String Quartet; guest: Adrian Fung (CS; -). 3:30: Classical Giants. Mozart: Violin Sonata No.18 in G K301; Beethoven: Septet in E-flat Op.20. Martin Beaver, violin; Mark Fewer, violin; Graham Oppenheimer, viola; Carole Sirois, cello; Joel Quarrington, double bass; James Campbell, clarinet; Ken MacDonald, horn; James McKay, bassoon; Stéphane Lemelin, piano (CS; -). 6:45: [lecture] “Large” Chamber Music. Jeffrey Stokes (CS; Free). 7:30: Baritone, Strings, and Winds. Spohr: Songs for baritone, violin and piano; Estacio: Away and Awake in the Night; Schubert: Octet in F D803. Russell Braun, baritone; Carolyn Maule, piano; Mark Fewer, violin; Martin Beaver, violin; Graham Oppenheimer, viola; Carole Sirois, cello; Joel Quarrington, double bass; James Campbell, clarinet; Ken MacDonald, horns; James McKay, bassoon (CS; -). Aug 6 12:30: [lecture] DiNovi talks to DiNovi (CS; Free). 1:15: The Red Violin. Film (CS; ). 4:00: From 1789 to 2004. Bach: Chaconne in d BWV1004; Prokofiev: Sonata in C Op.56; Chausson: Poème for violin and piano Op.25; Moszkowski: Suite in g Op.71. Mark Fewer, violin; Martin Beaver, violin; John Novacek; piano (CS; -). 7:30: Movie Night. Schubert: Andante from Trio in B-flat (12 Years a Slave); Barber: Adagio Op.11 (Platoon); Novacek: Short clips from Chaplin; DiNovi: Tarantella; Mendelssohn: Piano Trio No.2 in c Op.66. John Novacek, piano; Stéphane Lemelin, piano; Afiara String Quartet; guest: Adrian Fung (CS: -40). Aug 7 2:15: [lecture] The Other 50 Diabelli Variations. Jeffery Stokes (CS; Free). 3:30: Goodyear Plays Beethoven. Beethoven: Diabelli Variations Op.120. Stewart Goodyear, piano (CS; -). 7:30: The Intimate Concerto. Haydn: Violin Concerto in C Hob. Vlla:1; Mozart: Clarinet Concerto in A K622; Chausson: Concerto in D Op.21. Martin Beaver, violin; Mark Fewer, violin; James Campbell, clarinet; Stéphane Lemelin, piano; Afiara String Quartet; Carole Sirois, cello; Joel Quarrington, double bass (CS; -). Aug 8 7:30: Love, Laughter, and Passion. Opera. Leslie Fagan, soprano; Mark DuBois, tenor; Keith Klassen, tenor; Bruce Kelly, bass; John Novacek, piano; Stéphane Lemelin, piano (CS: -). Aug 9 2:30: Rising Stars. Beethoven: Piano Concerto Op.73 “Emperor;” Dvorak: Symphony in e From the New World; A. Brott: Overture. Stewart Goodyear, piano; National Academy Orchestra of Canada; Boris Brott, conductor (CS; -). Forest Festival August 12 to 16 Haliburton Forest and Wildlife Reserve, 1095 Redkin Rd., Haliburton, ON K0M 1S0 BL – Bone Lake Amphitheatre LM – Logging Museum 705-754-2198 Aug 12 8:00: Whitehorse. Futuristic roots music duo. LM; . Aug 13 8:00: Shine On: The Universe of John Lennon. Genre-crossing collective. LM; . Aug 14 8:00: Sarah Harmer. Canadian singer-songwriter. BL; . Aug 15 2:00: Red Hot Ramble. Jazz and blues. LM; . Aug 16 11:00am: James Funnyhat. Children’s musician and storyteller. LM; . 2:00: Melissa Bel. Singer-songwriter. LM; . 8:00: Alan Doyle Trio. Acoustic band. BL; . Franco-Fête July 10 to 24 Yonge-Dundas Square Highlands Opera Studio July 30 to September 3 AG – Abbey Gardens, 1012 Garden Gate Dr., Haliburton ON K0M 1S0 MU – Minden United Church, 21 Newcastle St., Minden, ON K0M 2A1 NL – Northern Lights Performing Arts Pavillion, 5358 County Rd. 21, Haliburton, ON K0M 1S0 SG – St. George’s Anglican Church, 617 Mountain St., Haliburton, ON K0M 1S0 705-457-9933 or 1-855-457-9933 June 15 6:00: Love & Marriage. Fundraising event. Gala dinner, concert and silent auction. Featuring performances by Russell Braun, Richard Margison and Lauren Margison. First Canadian Place, 100 King St. W. 68th floor, Toronto M5X 1A9. 1-800-838-3006. 0. July 30-Aug 1: 7:00 [masterclasses] Richard Margison. Meet the singers of Highland Opera Studio and hear them work with a Canadian international opera star. SG; . Aug 4: 8:00: The Art of Song. Song repertoire from around the world and through the ages. SG; .50. Aug 8 7:30: Gala in the Gardens. Fundraising event. Popular arias and ensembles from the operatic repertoire under the big tent. 6:00: Pre-performance reception. AG: . Aug 11 8:00: From Opera to Broadway. Participants in the Highland Opera Studio present works from opera and musical stage. Different program for each concert. SG; .50. Aug 13 8:00: From Opera to Broadway. Participants in the Highland Opera Studio present works from opera and musical stage. Different program for each concert. MU; .50. Aug 17 8:00: Celebrations! Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Sound of Music, along with other selections from film and stage. SG; .50. Aug 19 8:00: Vinedressers. Canadian opera by Tobin Stokes. Based on a First Nations myth and another ancient tale. Ellen Wieser, soprano (Helena); Jillian Yemen, mezzo (Mrs. Stewart); Kevin Myers, tenor (Christian); Christopher Dunham, baritone (Norimo); and others. NL; .50. Aug 21 8:00: Vinedressers. See Aug 19. Aug 30 2:00: Le Nozze di Figaro. Mozart. Opera buffa in four acts. Nathan Keoughan, bass (Figaro); Eliza Johnson, soprano (Susanna); Michael Nyby, bass (Count); Brigitte O’Halloran, soprano (Countess); Jillian Yemen, mezzo (Marcellina); Dann Mitton, bass (Bartolo); Valerie Kuinka, stage director; Daniel Lipton conductor. NL; .50. Sep 1 7:30: Le Nozze di Figaro. Mozart. Opera buffa in four acts. Jan Vaculik, bass (Figaro); Jessica Scarlato, soprano (Susanna); Cairan Ryan, bass (Count); Chantale Nurse, soprano (Countess); Jillian Yemen, mezzo (Marcellina); Dann Mitton, bass (Bartolo); Valerie Kuinka, stage director; Daniel Lipton conductor. NL; .50. Sep 2 7:30: Le Nozze di Figaro. Mozart. See Aug 30. Sep 3 7:30: Le Nozze di Figaro. Mozart. See Sep 1. Huntsville Festival of the Arts July 2 to August 23 AT – Algonquin Theatre, 37 Main St. E., Huntsville, ON P1H 1A1 CH – Chaffey Hall Theatre, 24 Chaffey Township Rd., Huntsville, ON P1H 1C8 DH – Downtown Huntsville, ON P1H 1A1 705-789-4975 Jul 2 8:00: Oh Canada Leisa Way. Hits by Canadian stars, from Gordon Lightfoot to Celine Dion and Leonard Cohen. Leisa Way, vocals; Wayward Wind Band. AT; ; (sr); $20(st). Jul 4 8:00: Peter Longworth, piano. Works by Schubert, Franck and Kreisler. Sheila Jaffe, violin and viola. AT; ; (sr); $20(st). Jul 8 8:00: Hot Rocks. Rolling Stones tribute. Bob Wotherspoon, lead vocals. AT; ; (sr); $20(st). Jul 9 8:00: Corb Lund and the Hurtin’ Albertans. Sound ranging from rockabilly to Western swing, cowboy balladry to country rock. AT; ; (sr); $20(st). Jul 10 8:00: Zacada: Zero Gravity Circus. Cirque style artists, acrobats, contortionists and jugglers. AT; (family); ; $20(st). Jul 11 8:00: Nuit Blanche North. Music, dance, interactive art and light installations take over the streets of downtown Huntsville. Adults only midnight cabaret. DH; Free. Jul 15 8:00: Vishten: Trio of francophone singers and multi-instrumentalists fuse Acadian and Celtic genres with rock and indie-folk influence. AT; ; (sr); $20(st). Jul 16 8:00: Stand By Me: Music of the Brill Building. Classic 60s hits of the Brill Building. Save the Last Dance for Me; On Broadway; Up on the Roof; and other hits. Micah Barnes, Billy Newton Davis, Gavin Hope and Tyrone Gabriel. AT; ; (sr); $20(st). Jul 18 8:00: Good Lovelies. All-female Canadian folk music trio. AT; ; (sr); $20(st). Jul 22 8:00: Be My Guest: [interview] Writer-entertainer Peter Jennings and guest Debi Pratt, a pioneer of Canada’s wine industry, present stories about the building of Inniskillin Winery. Wine tasting included. AT; $20. Jul 23 8:00: Jim Cuddy. Singer-songwriter and lead singer of Blue Rodeo performs songs and stories with his band. ; (sr); (st). Jul 25 8:00: Leahys in Song. Celtic, traditional and roots music. ; (sr); $20(st). Jul 29 8:00: Buffy Sainte Marie. Composer and social activist, presents songs on themes of love, war, religion, mysticism and injustice. : (sr); $20(st). Jul 30 8:00: David Clayton Thomas. Lead singer of Blood Sweat & Tears. AT; ; (sr); (st). Aug 1 8:00: Molly Johnson: Because of Billie. Jazz and pop singer presents tribute to Billie Holiday. AT; ; (sr); $20(st). Aug 6 8:00: Pavlo. Mediterranean sound and world influences, fused with pop sensibilities. Pavlo Simtikidis, guitar. AT; ; (sr); $20(st). Aug 8 8:00: Amy Wallace: An evening featuring local talent. Amy Wallace, soprano; Alec Gibson, violin; Gregory Gibson, piano; Kyung-A Lee, piano. $20; (st). Aug 6-8 8:00: Ralph & Lina. Story of two Italian lovers and their struggles to stay together in the face of World War II, immigration and old age. Acrobatic comedy in the vein of early Fellini. Dan Watson; Christine Serra. CH; $20. Aug 12 8:00: Dala: Acoustic folk group. Amanda Walther; Sheila Carabine. AT; ; (sr); $20(st). Aug 13 8:00: Lunch at Allens. Humour, stories, familiar hits and new songs. Murray McLauchlan, Marc Jordan, Cindy Church and Ian Thomas. AT; ; (sr); $20(st). Aug 20-23 7:30: Velocity of Autumn. Story about Alexandra, a 79-year-old artist, in a showdown with her family over where she’ll spend her remaining years. CH; $20. Indian River Festival June 20 to August 30 St. Mary’s Church, 1374 Hamilton Road, Route 104, Indian River, PE C0B 1M0 902-836-3733 or 1-866-856-3733 Festival Package: 6 admissions 5 Gold Package: 10 admissions 5 Season Pass: 5 and 20% off additional tickets purchased (ticket prices do not include HST and additional service charge) Jun 20 7:00: Centre Stage Series: Special Opener with The Barra MacNeils. Canadian Celtic singers open the 20th season. ; (sr/st); (child). Jun 27 3:00: Classical Series: Youth Legacy Celebration. Featuring top winners of the provincial music festival; Confederation Centre of the Arts Youth Chorus; Andrew Son, piano. ; (sr/st); .50(child). Jun 28, 3:00: Vocal Series: Sung from the Heart. Choral groups from around the island. ; (sr/st); (child). Jul 3 7:30: Vocal Series: Island Girls. Tracy Cantin & Meaghan Blanchard, singers; June | July | August, 2015 | 45

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