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Volume 21 Issue 9 - Summer 2016

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It's combined June/July/August summer issue time with, we hope, enough between the covers to keep you dipping into it all through the coming lazy, hazy days. From Jazz Vans racing round "The Island" delivering pop-up brass breakouts at the roadside, to Bach flute ambushes strolling "The Grove, " to dozens of reasons to stay in the city. May yours be a summer where you find undiscovered musical treasures, and, better still, when, unexpectedly, the music finds you.

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documentary film about these New Horizons Toronto bands will be aired on TVO, June 8 at 9pm. After that it will be streamed on the TVO website. Coming events Getting June off to a flying start, on Sunday, June 5 we have no fewer than four concerts by community instrumental groups, two of which will be performing with choral groups: At 3pm the Newmarket Citizens’ Band will be performing in their “Spring Fling Concert” with the Upper Canada Chordsmen Chorus at Trinity United Church, Newmarket. At 7pm the Strings Attached Orchestra, with music director Ricardo Giorgi will present their “2016 Friends & Family Year End Concert” at Tribute Communities Recital Hall, York University. This will be another concert with an interesting adaptation. The Vivaldi Concerto for Two Trumpets will be performed but with two violins playing the solo trumpet parts. As mentioned earlier, this seems to be the season for original compositions and this concert will be featuring two. The first, with the whimsical title, Overture for a Puppet Show, is by Ric Giorgi himself. The other, Cassiopeia by 16-year-old Adam Adle, is the winner of the orchestra’s Young Composers Initiative 2016. Also at 7pm the Northdale Concert Band will be joined by the choirs of Timothy Eaton Memorial Church, Grace Church on-the-Hill and Christ Church Deer Park for “Last Night of the Proms,” an evening full of British pageantry fit for royalty at Timothy Eaton Memorial Church. At 8pm Resa’s String Ensemble will hold their spring concert at Crescent School. Finally, on Tuesday June 7 at 8pm, Resa’s Pieces Concert Band will perform their spring concert at the Toronto Centre for the Arts. Jack (of all trades) MacQuarrie plays several brass instruments and has performed in many community ensembles. He can be contacted at bandstand@thewholenote.com. Cornet or cornett: In past columns I have occasionally commented on how frequently people mispronounce the word cornet by misplacing the syllabic emphasis. I have often pointed out that there is a significant difference between the brass instrument called CORnet and the corNETT (sometimes called cornetto). The ancient cornett has a wooden tubular body similar to that of a recorder and the pitch of notes is varied by covering holes in the tube. The tone is produced by vibration of the lips in a cup-shaped mouthpiece as in members of the brass family. Here, ladies and gentlemen, is a cornett in the hands of Doctor Hank. JOAN ANDREWS Cathedral Bluffs SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Norman Reintamm Artistic Director/Principal Conductor 1. saturday november 12 8 pm sEasOn OPEnER 2016-2017 Season Bruckner Symphony no. 4 in E flat major Tchaikovsky Suite from Swan Lake 2. saturday december 17 8 pm acclaimed pianist VaLERIE TRYOn TRYPTYCH COnCERT & OPERa Beethoven Leonore Overture no. 3 Mozart Piano Concerto in C, K.467 Menotti Amahl and the Night Visitors 3. saturday February 11 8 pm featuring the critically-acclaimed TRYPTYCH COnCERT & OPERa Puccini Capriccio Sinfonico Tchaikovsky Elegy for Strings Puccini Suor Angelica 4. saturday March 11 8 pm Fauré Requiem in D minor, op. 48 Mozart Requiem in D minor UnIVERsITY OF TOROnTO sCaRbOROUGH CaMPUs COnCERT CHOIR saInT JOsEPH’s R.C. CHURCH PaRIsH CHOIR (Hamilton) and GRand RIVER CHORUs (Brantford) 5. saturday May 27 8 pm sEasOn FInaLE featuring Canada’s baLLET JÖRGEn presenting favourites from ballets such as Swan Lake, Sleeping Beauty and other well-known masterpieces. Subscribe Today & Save! OLA GJEILO LUMINOUS NIGHT F estival SATURDAY OCTOBER 15, 2016 7:30 pm Yorkminster Park Baptist Church | LuminousNightFestival.com cathedralbluffs.com | 416.879.5566 34 | June 1, 2016 - September 7, 2016 thewholenote.com

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