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Volume 20 Issue 9 - Summer 2015

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No Strings Theatre Music

No Strings Theatre Music Theatre Concert Series June 5 to 6 and August 7 to 9 Toronto, ON 416-551-2093 nostringstheatre.com For further information see GTA listings. Open Ears Festival of Music & Sound: Between the Ears 2015 June 20 to 21 Kitchener, ON 519-579-8564 / 1-888-363-3591 openears.ca For further information see Beyond the GTA listings. Ottawa Chamberfest July 23 to August 6 AC – National Arts Centre, 53 Elgin St., Ottawa, ON K1P 5W1 BC – Beechwood National Cemetery of Canada, 280 Beechwood Ave., Ottawa, ON K1M 8E2 DC – Dominion-Chalmers United Church, 355 Cooper St., Ottawa, ON K2P 0G8 DO – Downtown Ottawa (check Facebook for location updates) ES – École secondaire publique De La Salle, 501 Old St Patrick St., Ottawa, ON K1N 8R3 NG – National Gallery of Canada, 380 Sussex Dr., Ottawa, ON K1N 9N4 OC – Ottawa City Hall, 110 Laurier Ave. W., Ottawa, ON K1P 1J1 SB – St. Brigid’s Centre for the Arts, 310 St. Patrick St., Ottawa, ON K1N 5K5 TH – Tabaret Hall, University of Ottawa, 550 Cumberland St., Ottawa, ON K1N 6N8 613-234-6306 or 1-888-243-1132 chamberfest.com Passport: 0 (excluding Festival Galas and Theatrical Events) Festival Galas (July 24, 27, 31): -7 Jul 23 7:00: Siskind Series: Canadian National Brass Project. Principal brass players from major orchestras across Canada. James Sommerville, conductor (DC; ). 10:00: Freedom, Flight, and Frailty: The Last Curlew. Tom Allen, narrator and trombone; Lori Gemmell, harp; Julia Aplin, dancer; Barbara Croall, composer and pipigwan (ST; ). Jul 24 12:00: Music at Noon: Ernst Reijseger: A Cello Possessed. Jazz, improvised and contemporary music. Ernst Reijseger and Roman Borys, cello; James Parker, piano (DC; ). 3:00: Music at the Gallery: Trio Céleste. Works by Haydn, Schoenfield and Mendelssohn. Iryna Krechkovsky, violin; Ross Gasworth, cello; Kevin Kwan Loucks, piano (NG; ). 5:45: Siskind Snapshots: Inti-Illimani. Instrumental and vocal Latin American ensemble from Chile (DC; Free). 7:00: Festival Gala. Augustin Dumay. Brahms: Violin Sonata No.3 in d Op.108; Debussy: Violin Sonata in g; Ravel: Tzigane; Beethoven: Violin Sonata No.7 in c Op.30 No.2. Augustin Dumay, violin; Jean-Claude Vanden Eynden, piano (DC; -). 10:00: Chamberfringe: Drew Jurecka Trio. Jazz music. Drew Jurecka, violin; Mark Kieswetter, piano; Clark Johnston, double bass (SB; ). Jul 25 12:00: Music at Noon: Studio de musique ancienne de Montréal. Works by Palestrina, des Prez, Marenzio, de Victoria, Allegri and Giorgi. Christopher Jackson, Summer Festivals conductor (DC; ). 1:00: Alfresco Concerts I: Drew Jurecka Trio. Jazz music. Drew Jurecka, violin; Mark Kieswetter, piano; Clark Johnston, double bass (NG; Free). 3:00: Alfresco Concerts II: Christine Tassan et les Imposteurs. Gypsy-style jazz. Christine Tassan, lead guitar and vocals; Martine Gaumond, violin and vocals; Lise-Anne Ross, guitar and vocals; Blanche Baillargeon, double bass and vocals (NG; Free). 5:45: Siskind Snapshots: English Orpheus. Baroque vocal works. Charles Daniels, tenor; Alexander Weimann, harpsichord (DC; Free). 7:00: Inti-Illimani. Andean folk music, Argentinian tango, Brazilian samba and old Spanish influences (DC; ). 10:00: Chamberfringe: Stewart, Mott, and Reijseger. New jazz to classical and improvisation. Ernst Reijseger, cello; David Mott, baritone saxophone; Jesse Stewart, percussion (SB; ). Jul 26 11:00am: Sacred Spaces: Seven Last Words. Music by Haydn. St. Lawrence String Quartet; Colin McFarland, narrator (BC; Free). 1:00: Alfresco Concerts III: Inti-Illimani. Instrumental and vocal Latin American ensemble from Chile (NG; Free). 2:00: Rising Stars. Young performers are adjudicated for scholarship opportunities (SB; $20). 3:00: Music at the Gallery: A Stradivarius at the Opera. Opera highlights for solo violin and string quartet. Works by Wagner, Puccini, Tchaikovsky, R. Strauss and others. Alexandre Da Costa, violin; Amélie Benoit-Bastien, violin; Ana Drobac, violin; Valérie Arsenault, viola; Julie Trudeau, cello (NG; ). 3:00: Alfresco Concerts IV: Christine Tassan et les Imposteurs. Gypsy-style jazz. Christine Tassan, lead guitar and vocals; Martine Gaumond, violin and vocals; Lise-Anne Ross, guitar and vocals; Blanche Baillargeon, double bass and vocals (NG; Free). 7:00: Theatrical Events: Illusions. Multimedia tour de force reminiscent of early 20th-century burlesque and American carnival. Vincent Ranallo, baritone; Leslie Newman, flute; James Campbell, clarinet; Ernst Reijseger, cello; Gryphon Trio; Ensemble Contemporain de Montréal; Véronique Lacroix, conductor. Co-production of Ottawa Chamber Music Society (ES; ). 10:00: Chamberfringe: Kings of Swing. James Campbell, clarinet; Bob DeAngelis, clarinet; Gene DiNovi, piano; Mike Downes, double bass; Glenn Anderson, drums (SB; ). Jul 27 12:00: Music at Noon: Dyachkov and Saulnier. Bach: Sonata for Viola da Gamba and Harpsichord in g BWV1029; Hatzis: Atonement; Shostakovich: Cello Sonata in d Op.40. Yegor Dyachkov, cello; Jean Saulnier, piano (DC; ). 5:45: Siskind Snapshots. European classical and romantic works. Gil Sharon, violin; Ron Ephrat, viola (DC; Free). 7:00: Festival Gala: Dido and Aeneas. Purcell’s English baroque opera paired with a Canadian contemporary masque. Rolfe: Aeneas and Dido. Les Voix Baroques. Alexander Weimann, conductor (DC; - ). 10:00: Chamberfringe: Braid ‘n Strings. David Braid, jazz compositions and piano; Sinfonia UK; Lee Tsang, conductor (SB; ). Jul 28 10:00am: Haydnfest I: Haydn in the Morning. String Quartet Nos. 28, 30 “The Joke” and 25. St. Lawrence String Quartet (DC: ). 12:00: Haydnfest II: Haydn at Noon. String Quartet Nos. 53 “The Lark,” 32 “The Bird” and 43. Calidore String Quartet (DC; ). 3:00: Music at the Gallery. Sextets by Haydn, Strauss and Brahms. Gil Sharon, violin; Jessica Linnebach, violin; David Thies-Thompson, viola; Ron Ephrat, viola; Rachel Mercer, cello; Yegor Dyachkov, cello (NG; ). 5:45: Siskind Snapshots: National Youth Orchestra of Canada. NYOC concerto competition winner (DC; Free). 7:00: Next Generation. Schnittke: Piano Quintet; piano sonatas by Scarlatti and Beethoven. Pavel Kolesnikov, piano; Calidore String Quartet (DC; ). 10:00: Chamberfringe: Ljova and the Kontraband. Eastern European and gypsy melodies, Latin rhythms and jazz-inspired improvisations. Lev Zhurbin (Ljova), fadolin and viola; Inna Barmash, vocals; Patrick Farrell, accordion; Mathias Kunzli, percussion; Jordan Morton, double bass (SB; ). Jul 29 12:00: Music at Noon: Queen’s Delights. Hume: Poeticall Musicke. Les voix humaines (DC; ). 1:00: Bring the Kids: Hip Hop Haydn. Afiara String Quartet (OC; Free). 3:00: Music at the Gallery. Staniland: Ocean Ranger (premiere); works by Haydn, Dallapiccola and Schubert. Duo Concertante; Evelyn Hart, dancer and narrator (NG; ). 5:45: Siskind Snapshots: National Youth Orchestra of Canada. NYOC chamber ensembles; Stephen Sitarski, violin and commentator (AC; Free). 7:00: National Youth Orchestra of Canada. LeBel: new work; R. Strauss: Oboe Concerto in D; Holst: Planets. Michael Francis, conductor (AC; $20). 10:00: Chamberfringe: Azmeh and Wijeratne. Improvisations inspired by music from the Middle East to Bartók. Kinan Azmeh, clarinet; Dinuk Wijeratne, piano (SB; ). Jul 30 10:00am: Haydnfest III: Haydn in the Morning. String Quartet Nos. 11, 26 and 55. St. Lawrence String Quartet (DC; ). 12:00: Haydnfest IV: Haydn at Noon. String Quartet Nos. 37, 49 and 65. Afiara String Quartet (DC; ). 1:00: Bring the Kids: Music from the Hart. Duo Concertante; Evelyn Hart, dancer and narrator (OC; Free). 5:45: Siskind Snapshots: Quatuor Danel (DC; Free). 7:00: St. Lawrence String Quartet. Pal: String Quartet (world premiere); Haydn: String Quartet Nos. 23 and 65 “Emperor” (DC; ). 10:00: Chamberfringe: Playlist. Improvised set list from Schumann to Reich to hip-hop and spoken word played without pause. Afiara String Quartet (SB; ). Jul 31 11:00am: Chamberfest in the City. Boxcar Boys: John Williams, clarinet and harmonica; Kelsey McNulty, accordion; Nicolas Buligan, trumpet and tuba; Karl Silveira, trombone; Justin Ruppel, washboard; Emilyn Stam, violin and accordion (DO; Free). 12:00: Sound of Change within the Shadow of War. Stephen Sitarski, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Hinrich Alpers, piano (DC; ). 3:00: Quatuor Danel. String Quartets by Shostakovich, Beethoven and Weinberg (DC; ). 5:45: Siskind Snapshots: Nufonia Must Fall, Live! Kid Koala (Eric San), DJ; Corinne Merrell, designer (DC; Free). 7:00: Festival Gala: André Laplante in Recital. Bach: Adagio from Sonata in C; Mozart: Piano Sonata No.3 in B-flat K281; Schubert: Six moments musicaux D789 Op.94; Beethoven: Sonata No.26 in E-flat Op.81a; Liszt: Sonata in b (DC; -). 10:00: Theatrical Events: Kid Koala’s Nufonia Must Fall, Live! Puppets, live video, scratch DJ and a string quartet. Kid Koala (Eric San), DJ and turntables; Afiara String Quartet (ES; ). Aug 1 10:00am: Haydnfest V: Haydn in the Morning. String Quartet Nos. 19, 41 “The Frog” and 67. Cecilia String Quartet (DC; ). 11:00am: Chamberfest in the City. Boxcar Boys: John Williams, clarinet and harmonica; Kelsey McNulty, accordion; Nicolas Buligan, trumpet and tuba; Karl Silveira, trombone; Justin Ruppel, washboard; Emilyn Stam, violin and accordion (DO; Free). 12:00: Haydnfest VI: Haydn at Noon. String Quartet Nos. 1, 42 and 63 “The Sunrise.” Quatuor Danel (DC; ). 3:00: Theatrical Events: Kid Koala’s Nufonia Must Fall Live! Puppets, live video, scratch DJ and a string quartet. Kid Koala (Eric San), DJ and turntables; Afiara String Quartet (ES; ). 5:45: Siskind Snapshots: Against the Grain Theatre. Joel Ivany, stage director (DC; Free). 7:00: Metamorfosi. Works by Monteverdi, Kapsberger, Landi, Rossi Strozzi and Tarquinio. Suzie LeBlanc, soprano; Constantinople Ensemble (DC; ). 10:00: Chamberfringe: Pilar and the Sicilian Jazz Project. Cross-cultural fusion. Pilar (Ilaria Patassini), vocals; Michael Occhipinti, guitar; Don Byron, clarinet; Mark Kelso, drums; Louis Simão, accordion; Roman Borys, cello; Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin (SB; ). Aug 2 11:00: Sacred Spaces: Impressions de France. Works by Grandjany, Saint-Saëns, Roussel, Hahn, Debussy and Büsser. Julie Nesrallah, mezzo; Caroline Léonardelli, harp (BC; Free). 3:00: Music at the Gallery: Latitude 41. Works by Saint-Saëns, Haydn and Bodorová. Livia Sohn, violin; Luigi Piovano, cello; Bernadene Blaha, piano (NG; ). 5:45: Siskind Snapshots: Microtonal music. Marc Sabat, composer; Jack Quartet (NG; ). 7:00: Beethoven, the Man Within. Eric Friesen, host; Julie Nesrallah, mezzo; Hinrich Alpers, piano; Gryphon Trio; Afiara String Quartet (DC; ). 10:00: Chamberfringe: My Turquoise Gaze (Nazar-i Turkwaz). Adaptations of music from the Middle East, Turkey, Greece and the Balkans. Maryem Tollar, Sophia Grigoriadis, Jayne Brown and Brenna MacCrimmon (SB; ). Aug 3 12:00: New Music Now I. Oesterle: Therefore; Sweat and Mirror notwithstanding; Carter: Two Thoughts About the Piano. Carla Huhtannen, soprano; Claudia Chan, piano; Cecilia String Quartet (ES; ). 1:30: New Music Now II. Nicolaou: Five Etudes for piano; Steenhuisen: Library on Fire; Smallwood: Surface Tension; Shaw Ritornello 2.sq.2.j. Lori Freedman, clarinet; David Schotzko, percussion; Frédéric Lacroix, piano; Claudia Chan, piano, Jack String Quartet (SE; ). 3:00: New Music Now III. Sabat: Euler Lattice Spirals; Zorn: The Alchemist. Gryphon Trio; Jack Quartet (SE; ). 5:45: Siskind Snapshots. Shary Boyle, visual artist; Christine Fellows, vocals and piano (DC; Free). 7:00: Nexus Percussion and Sepideh Raissadat. Hardin: Moondog Suite (arr. Hartenberger); Ghassemi: Persion Songs (arr. Hartenberger); Schickele: Percussion Sonata No.3. Sepideh Raissadat, vocals and setar: Dave Young, double bass; Mark Kieswetter, piano, Nexus (DC; ). 7:00: Theatrical Events: #UncleJohn. Mozart’s Don Giovanni reimagined for the 21st century. Cameron McPhail, baritone (Uncle John); John Neil Craighead, bass-baritone (Leporello); Miriam Khalil, soprano (Elvira); Betty Waynne Allison, soprano (Anna); Sean Clark, tenor (Ottavio); Against the Grain 48 | June | July | August, 2015 thewholenote.com

Theatre; Cecilia String Quartet (TH; ). 10:00: Chamberfringe: Brothers Creeggan. Alternative rock/jazz and experimental music. Jim and Andy Creeggan, multiple instruments; Ian McLauchland, percussion (SB; ). Aug 4 12:00: New Music Now IV. Sciarrino: Let me die before I wake; Birtwistle: Ring a Dumb Carillon; Rzewski: To the Earth; Zorn: Remedy of Fortune. Carla Huhtannen, soprano; David Schotzko, percussion; Lori Freedman, clarinet; Jack Quartet (ES; ). 1:00: Bring the Kids: Story of Babar. Poulenc: Story of Babar the Little Elephant. Annie Lefebvre, narrator; Sarah Hopkin, dancer; Charles Richard-Hamelin, piano (OC; Free). 1:30: New Music Now V. Eckhardt: Ascension; Smith: Invisible Cities; Piano Quintet; Barrett: Interference; Sabat: Automat; Silvestrov: Hommage à J.S.B. Lori Freedman, clarinet; Carissa Klopoushak, violin; David Schotzko, percussion; Frédéric Lacroix, piano; Gryphon Trio; Jack Quartet (SE; ). 3:00: New Music Now VI: Sabat: Jean-Philippe Rameau; Vivier: Piece for Violin and Piano; Oesterle: Emmy Noether; Lizée: Sculptress; Silvestrov: Violin Sonata; Carissa Klopoushak, violin; Frédéric Lacroix, piano; Jack Quartet, Standing Wave (ES; ). 5:45: Siskind Snapshots. Eybler String Quartet (DC; Free). 7:00: Israeli Chamber Project. Khachaturian: Trio; Schumann: Drei Fantasiestücke; Bartók; Contrasts; Schubert: Violin Sonata in a D385. Tibi Cziger, clarinet; Itamar Zorman, violin; Assaff Weisman, piano (DC; 35). 7:00: Theatrical Events: #UncleJohn. Mozart’s Don Giovanni reimagined for the 21st century. Cameron McPhail, baritone (Uncle John); John Neil Craighead, bass-baritone (Leporello); Miriam Khalil, soprano (Elvira); Betty Waynne Allison, soprano (Anna); Sean Clark, tenor (Ottavio); Against the Grain Theatre; Cecilia String Quartet (TH; ). 10:00: Chamberfringe: Caine and Kortgaard. Favourite songs of musical theatre leading ladies. Music by Gershwin, Sondheim, Webber and Schönberg. Rebecca Caine, soprano; Robert Kortgaard, piano (SB; ). Aug 5: 10:00am: Haydnfest VII: Haydn in the Morning. String Quartet Nos. 34 and 29; Quartet in F from 6 String Quartets. Eybler String Quartet (DC; ). 12:00 Haydnfest VIII: Haydn at Noon. String Quartet Nos. 66 and 3; Quartet in C from 6 String Quartets. Eybler String Quartet (DC; ). 3:00: Theatrical Events: Spell to Bring Lost Creatures Home. Series of vignettes tell stories that reconnect us with a sense of shared history and common humanity. Shary Boyle, visual artist; Christine Fellows, vocals and piano; Gryphon Trio (AC; ). 5:45: Siskind Snapshots. Against the Grain Theatre (DC; Free). 7:00: Danish String Quartet. Romantic repertoire and Scandinavian folk music (DC; ). 10:00: Chamberfringe: Wood Works. Repertoire from quartet’s recording of traditional Nordic arrangements. Danish String Quartet (SB; ). Aug 6 12:00: Music at Noon: Charles Richard- Hamelin, piano (DC; ). 3:00: Theatrical Events: #UncleJohn. Mozart’s Don Giovanni reimagined for the 21st century. Cameron McPhail, baritone (Uncle John); John Neil Craighead, bass-baritone (Leporello); Miriam Khalil, soprano (Elvira); Betty Waynne Allison, soprano (Anna); Sean Clark, tenor (Ottavio); Against the Grain Theatre; Cecilia String Quartet (TH; ). 5:45: Siskind Snapshots. Montreal Guitar Trio; California Guitar Trio (DC; Free). 7:00: Montreal Guitar Trio and California Guitar Trio. Two renowned guitar trios perform together representing artists from four countries. Festival closes with original works, arrangements of progressive rock, world, jazz and classical music (DC; ). Panamania – Arts and Culture Celebration 2015 July 10 to 26 and Aug 7 to 15 toronto2015.org/panamania PANAMANIA is comprised of four major programs: July 10 to August 15 – PANAMANIA Presentations featuring national and international performances and exhibitions, including 28 commissioned world premieres, presented across Toronto July 11 to 26 and August 7 to 12 – PANAMANIA Live @ Nathan Phillips Square July 11 to 25 – CIBC Pan Am Park July 11 to 25 – PANAMANIA Live @ The Distillery District Prince Edward County Jazz Festival August 11- August 16 BC – Books and Company, 289 Main St., Picton, ON K0K 2T0 BU – Bloomfield United Church, 272 Main St., Bloomfield, ON K0K 1G0 CC – County Cider Company, 657 Bongards X Rd., Waupoos, ON K0K 2T0 GC – Glenwood Chapel, 47 Ferguson St., Picton, ON K0K 2T0 HE – Huff Estates Winery, 2274 County Rd 1, Bloomfield, ON K0K 1G0 HW – Harwood Estate Winery, 18908 Loyalist Pkwy, Hillier, ON K0K 2J0 MM – St. Mary Magdalene Church, 335 Main St., Picton, ON K0K 2T0 RR – Rosehall Run Vineyards, 1243 Greer Rd., Wellington, ON K0K 3L0 RT – Regent Theatre 224 Main St., Picton, ON K0K 1G0 RV – Redtail Vineyard, 422 Partridge Hollow Road, Consecon, ON K0K 2J0 SA – St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, 31 King St., Picton, ON K0K 2T0 SM – Stache on Main, 287 Main St., Wellington, ON K0K 3L0 SV – Sugarbush Vineyards, 1286 Wilson Rd., Hillier, ON K0K 2J0 TB – The Beck & Call, 252 Main St., Picton, ON K0K 2T0 TD – Three Dog Winery, 1920 Fish Lake Rd., Picton, ON K0K 2T0 WF – Wellington Farmers’ Market, 245 Main St., Wellington, ON K0K 3L0 WH – Waring House, 395 Sandy Hook Rd., Picton, ON K0K 2T0 613-476-8416 x28 or 1-877-411-4761 pecjazz.org Aug 11 7:00: Miles Davis: the making of ‘Kind of Blue’. Talk and film presentation with Brian Barlow (BC; Free). Aug 12 6:00: Jazz Dinner with Bob DeAngelis Quartet. Bob DeAngelis, clarinet; John MacLeod, cornet; Robi Botos, piano; Jodi Proznick, bass; Brian Barlow, drums. 6:00: Dinner 8:00: Concert. (HE; reservation required). Aug 13 1:00-4:00: Dan Bone Trio (HW). 8:00: ‘Kind of Blue’ – Music of Miles Davis. Remi Bolduc, alto saxophone; Steve McDade, trumpet; Jodi Proznick, bass; David Restivo, piano; Eli Bennett, tenor saxophone; Ian Wright, drums (RT; ). 10:00: TBA (SM). 10:30: Robi Botos Trio (TB; reservations: 613-654-9996). Aug 14 1:00-4:00: Hannah Barstow Trio (HE). 2:00: [lecture] “Where are the Women in Jazz?” Talk by Jodi Proznick (BC; Free). 4:00: Rising Young Star Performance (SA; Free). 5:00-7:00: Hannah Barstow, solo piano (WH). 7:30: TD Young Jazz Series. Thorn Mason Trio (WH). 8:00: Guido Basso and Shakura S’Aida. Neil Swainson, bass; Robi Botos, piano; Brian Barlow, drums (RT; ). 10:00: Mike Francis Duo (SM; reservations: 613-399-2498). 10:30: Robi Botos Trio (TB; reservations: 613-654-9996). Aug 15 10:00am: TBC (GC; Free). 12:00: TD Young Jazz Series. Alec Trent 2 Tenor Quartet (SA; Free). 11:30: Jazz Van. Dixie Demons on van travel to different locations (WF; Free). 1:00: Jazz Van (BU; Free). 2:00: Jazz Van (RR; Free). 3:00: Jazz Van (HE; Free). 1:00-4:00: Mike Francis Duo (HE). 1:00-5:00: Harry Ellis Trio (RV). 1:30-4:00: Starpainters (TD). 1:30-4:30: Ian Wright & James Hill (SV). 2:00: Remembering Billie Holiday. Marika Galea Quartet (MM; ). 5:00-7:00: Hannah Barstow, solo piano (WH). 7:30: TD Young Jazz Series. Kalya Ramu Quartet (WH). 8:00: Oliver Jones with the Doxas Brothers (RT; ). 10:00: Mike Francis Duo (SM; reservations: 613-399-2498). 10:30: Robi Botos Trio (TB; reservations: 613-654-9996). Aug 16 10:30am: Jazz Mass with the Brian Barlow Quartet. Robi Botos, piano; Jodi Proznick, bass; Chet Doxas, saxophone (MM). 12:00-3:00: Starpainters (HW). 1:00-4:00: Canadian Jazz Quartet (HE). 1:00-4:00: Dan Bone Trio (CC). 2:00: TD Young Jazz Series. Chris Platt Guitar Trio (SA; Free). 5:00-7:00: Hannah Barstow, solo piano (WH). 8:00: ‘Best of the Best’ – Brian Barlow Big Band. Featuring Bob DeAngelis, clarinet and Guido Basso, trumpet. Music of Goodman, Gershwin, McConnell, Ellington and Basie (RT; ). Stratford Summer Music July 20 to August 30 AP – Arden Park Hotel, 552 Ontario St., AUGUST 12 AUGUST 13 AUGUST 14 AUGUST 15 AUGUST 16 Stratford, ON N5A 3J3 DT – Downtown Stratford KC – Knox Church, 142 Ontario St., Stratford, ON N5A 3H2 LQ – Lower Queen’s Park, Lakeside Dr., between Front & Queen St.’s, Stratford MB – MusicBarge, Avon River at York St., Stratford PR – The Prune Restaurant, 151 Albert St., Stratford, ON N5A 3K5 RC – Royal Canadian Legion, 207 St. Patrick St., Stratford, ON N5A 1B2 RH – Revival House Restaurant, 70 Brunswick St., Stratford, ON N5A 3L9 SA – St. Andrew’s Church, 25 St. Andrew St., Stratford, ON N5A 1A2 SJ – St. James Church, 41 Mornington St., Stratford, ON N5A 5E7 SC – Stratford Cinema, 551 Huron St., Stratford, ON N5A 5T9 TP – Tom Patterson Island, Avon River, Stratford UW – University of Waterloo, Stratford Campus, 125 St. Patrick St., Stratford, ON N5A 0C1 WA – William Allman Arena, 15 Morenz Dr., Stratford, ON N5A 4B7 1-866-288-4313 stratfordsummermusic.ca Live at Revival House Cabaret Series: 4 cabarets 0 Illustrated Musical Lecture Series: 4 lectures Classical Piano Series: 3 different recitals All Concerts: University/College Students ; EyeGO Secondary Students Jul 20 9:30pm: Season Launch: Fireworks to Music for a Midsummer’s Night (LQ; Free). Jul 22 7:00: Classical Tattoo of the Americas. National Youth Orchestra and Youth Orchestra of the Americas in partnership with L’Orchestre de la Francophonie (WA; PWYC). Jul 23 7:00: Blind Boys of Alabama. Ben Heppner (KC; ). Jul 25 11:00am: Musical Brunch: Bach Solo Violin Partitas. Partita No.2 in d BWV1002. Julia Wedman, violin (PR; .50; includes brunch). 9:00: Live at Revival House Cabaret: Rebecca Caine with Robert Kortgaard, piano (RH; ). supported by major local spon REGENT THEATRE PICTON, ONTARIO Box office 613-476-8416 ext 28 or pecjazz.org 1-877-411-4761 real jazz, real excitement Jazz Dinner – Bob DeAngelis Quintet Kind of Blue – the music of Miles Davis Guido Basso & Shakura S’Aida at St. Mary Magdelene • Tribute to Billie Holiday • Oliver Jones Quartet The Brian Barlow Big Band Best of the Best – the music of Basie, Gershwin, Ellington & Goodman thewholenote.com June | July | August, 2015 | 49

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