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Volume 21 Issue 9 - Summer 2016

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  • Festival
  • Toronto
  • Jazz
  • Quartet
  • August
  • Orchestra
  • September
  • Musical
  • Theatre
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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.

Un sueño en la floresta

Un sueño en la floresta for solo guitar; Castelnuovo-Tedesco: Quintet for guitar and string quartet Op.143. Daniel Bolshoy, guitar; Leslie Fagan, soprano; Penderecki String Quartet. CS; -. ●●Jul 22 7:30: My Favourite Beethoven. Beethoven: Sonata No.17 “Tempest”; Sonata No.8 “Pathétique”; Sonata No.14 “Moonlight”; Sonata No.23 “Appassionata”. Stewart Goodyear, piano. CS; -. ●●Jul 23 7:30: Classically Ellington. Gene DiNovi, piano/host; James Campbell, clarinet; Drew Jurecka, violin/saxophone; Dave Young, bass; Glenn Anderson, drums. CS; . ●●Jul 25 6:00: Celtic Sounds Cruise. Còig. IQ; . Musical cruise. ●●Jul 26 7:30: Haydn, Mozart and the Human Voice. Haydn: Lord Nelson Mass in d Hob. XXII:11; Mozart: Vespers K321 and K339. Elora Festival Singers; Festival of the Sound Ensemble; Noel Edison, conductor. CS; -. ●●Jul 27 11:00am: A Musical Offering. Bach: Ricercar a 6 and Trio Sonata in c from The Musical Offering BWV1079; Telemann: Trio in g from Essercizii musici; Hertel: Double Concerto in E-flat. Festival Baroque: Suzanne Shulman, flute; James Mason, oboe; James McKay, bassoon; Guy Few, trumpet; Julie Baumgartel, violin; Chloé Dominguez, cello; Joel Quarrington, double bass; Cynthia Hiebert, harpsichord. SV; . ●●Jul 27 3:30: Afternoon Concert. Weber: Trio in g Op.63; Mozart: String Quintet in C K515. Suzanne Shulman, flute; Paul Marleyn, cello; Stéphan Sylvestre, piano; Graham Oppenheimer, viola; Cecilia String Quartet. CS; -. ●●Jul 27 7:30: Evening Concert. Beethoven: Violin Sonata No.3 in E-flat; Mendelssohn: String Quartet No.1 in E-flat; Schubert: Piano Quintet in A “Trout”. Martin Beaver, violin; Graham Oppenheimer, viola; Paul Marleyn, cello; Joel Quarrington, double bass; Cecilia String Quartet; Stéphan Sylvestre, piano. CS; -. ●●Jul 28 11:00am: Office Hour. Cecilia String Quartet. FO; free. ●●Jul 28 1:30: Colour and Motion. Prokofiev: Quintet Op.39 “Trapèze Ballet”; Ravel: Piano Trio in a. James Mason, oboe; James Campbell, clarinet; Martin Beaver, violin; Graham Oppenheimer, viola; Joel Quarrington, double bass; Trio Hochelaga. CS; -. ●●Jul 28 3:30: Scandinavia: Northern Neighbours. Nielsen: Serenata in vano FS68; Sibelius: Suite for string trio in A JS186; Berwald: Grand Septet in B-flat. James Campbell, clarinet; James McKay, bassoon; Ken MacDonald, horn; Martin Beaver, violin; Anne Robert, violin; Graham Oppenheimer, viola; Chloé Dominguez, cello; Paul Marleyn, cello; Joel Quarrington, double bass. CS; -. ●●Jul 28 7:30: Chopin and Tchaikovsky. Chopin: Nocturne in E-flat Op.55 No.2; Ballade No.3 in A-flat Op.47; Polonaise in A-flat Op.53 “Heroic”; Tchaikovsky: Piano Trio in a Op.50. Charles Richard-Hamelin, piano; Trio Hochelaga. CS; -. ●●Jul 29 1:30: Summer Serenade. Mozart: Eine kleine Nachtmusik K525; Duff: Summer Serenade; Onslow: String Quintet No.15 Op.38. Martin Beaver, violin; Julie Baumgartel, violin; Graham Oppenheimer, viola; Paul Marleyn, cello; Joel Quarrington, double bass. CS; -. ●●Jul 29 3:30: Canadian Songbook. Words Summer Festivals Around the Waist. CD; . ●●Jul 29 7:30: My Favourite Jazz. Robi Botos, piano; Dave Young, bass; Terry Clarke, drums. CS;. -. ●●Jul 30 7:30: Jazz Canada. Dave Young, bass; Kevin Turcotte, trumpet; Perry White, tenor sax; Terry Promane, trombone; Gary Williamson, piano; Terry Clarke, drums. CS; -. ●●Jul 30 10:00: After Office Hours. Words Around the Waist. FO; . ●●Jul 31 10:30am: Songbook on the Chippewa. Words Around the Waist. C3; . ●●Jul 31 7:30: Toronto All-star Big Band. CS; -. ●●Aug 01 6:00: Jazz Cruise. Bob DeAngelis Band. IQ; . Musical cruise. ●●Aug 02 3:30: Children’s Corner. Saint- Saëns: Carnival of the Animals (excerpts); Beethoven: Für Elise WoO59; Schumann: The Happy Farmer Op.68 No.10. Glen Montgomery, piano; Duo Turgeon; Charissa Vandikas, piano; Linda Ruan, piano. CS; -. ●●Aug 02 7:30: Anagnoson and Kinton at 40. Bartók: Sonata for Two Pianos and Percussion. Anagnoson and Kinton, piano duo; Dave Burns, percussion; Chung Ling Lo, percussion. CS; -. ●●Aug 03 1:30: Trans-Atlantic Journeys: Into the 20th Century I. Brahms: Intermezzo in b Op.119, No.1; Dvořák: Slavonic Dances; Ravel: Sonata in G for violin and piano; MacDowell: To a Wild Rose Op.51 No.1; works by Joplin and Stravinsky. Elissa Lee, violin; Sharon Wei, viola; Angela Park, piano; Magdalena von Eccher, piano; Duo Turgeon. CS; -. ●●Aug 03 3:30: Trans-Atlantic Journeys: Into the 20th Century II. Milhaud: Scaramouche Op.165b; Rachmaninoff: Cello Sonata in g Op.19; Bernstein: Clarinet Sonata; Gershwin: Songbook including I’ve Got Rhythm. James Campbell, clarinet; Rachel Mercer, cello; Magdalena von Eccher, piano; Glen Montgomery, piano; Charissa Vandikas and Linda Ruan, piano. CS; -. ●●Aug 03 7:30: The Lafayette at 30 Years. Dvořák: Humoresque Op.101 No.7; Gershwin: Three Preludes; Ravel: String Quartet in F; Dvořák: Piano Quintet No.2 in A Op.81. Lafayette String Quartet; Glen Montgomery, piano; Magdalena von Eccher, piano. CS; -. ●●Aug 04 1:30: Office Hour. Coulthard: String Quartet No. 2; Threnody; Archer: Sonata for clarinet and piano. Lafayette String Quartet; James Campbell, clarinet; Glen Montgomery, piano. FO; free. ●●Aug 04 3:30: The Magic of Cello. Bach: Cello Suite No.1 in G BWV1007; Brahms: Cello Sonata No.2 in F Op.99; Kelly-Marie Murphy: Four Degrees of Separation. Ensemble Made In Canada. CS; -. ●●Aug 04 7:30: Mozart and Musical Magic. Mozart: Sonata No.16 in C K545; Sonata for piano four-hands in C K521; Clarinet Trio in E-flat K498; Piano Quartet in E-flat K493. Ensemble Made In Canada; Duo Turgeon; James Campbell, clarinet; Charissa Vandikas, piano. CS; -. ●●Aug 05 1:30: Piano in the Afternoon I. Rachmaninoff: Prelude in G Op.32 No.5; Gershwin/ Bergmann: Porgy and Bess (excerpts); Rachmaninoff: Suite No.2 for two pianos Op.17. Charissa Vandikas, piano; Bergmann Duo; Magdalena von Eccher, piano; Glen Montgomery, piano. CS; -. ●●Aug 05 3:30: Piano in the Afternoon II. Rachmaninoff: Étude-tableau in e-flat; Ravel: Jeux d’eau; Rachmaninoff: Three Symphonic Dances Op.45. Linda Ruan, piano; Bergmann Duo; Glen Montgomery, piano. CS; -. ●●Aug 05 7:30: My Favourite Chopin. Janina Fialkowska, piano. CS; -. ●●Aug 06 11:00am: Office Hour. Glen Montgomery, piano. FO; free. ●●Aug 06 7:30: Piano Spectacular. Orford Six Pianos; Janina Fialkowska, piano; Bergmann Duo; Anagnoson and Kinton, piano duo; Glen Montgomery, piano. CS; -. ●●Aug 07 12:30: Office Hour. Creativity + Science = Magic. Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.4. Glenn Montgomery, piano. FO; free. ●●Aug 07 2:30: Piano Finale. Mozart: Concerto No.10 in E-flat for two pianos K365; Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.4 in G Op.58; Elgar: Enigma Variations Op.36. Janina Fialkowska, piano; Anagnoson and Kinton, piano duo; National Academy Orchestra of Canada; Boris Brott, conductor. CS; -. Aug 4 to Sep 1 Haliburton, ON Highlands Opera Studio MU - Minden United Church, 21 Newcastle St., Minden. 1-855-457-9933 NL - Northern Lights Performing Arts Pavilion, 5358 County Rd. 21, Haliburton. 1-855-457-9933 SG - St. George’s Anglican Church (Haliburton), 617 Mountain St., Haliburton. 1-855-457-9933 1-855-457-9933 ●●Aug 09 8:00: From Opera to Broadway. Selections from the popular opera and musical theatre repertoire. SG; .50. ●●Aug 11 8:00: More Opera to Broadway. Selections from the popular opera and musical theatre repertoire. MU; .50. ●●Aug 16 8:00: For the Love of Shakespeare. Commemorating the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death, featuring opera and song repertoire inspired by the Bard. SG; .50. ●●Aug 18 7:30: The Brothers Grimm and The Bremen Town Musicians. Two operas by Dean Burry. NL; .50. Also Aug 20(2:00) ●●Aug 23 8:00: Celebrations! Highlands Opera Studio alumni in concert for a FAUST AUG 28, 30, 31 & SEP 1 Haliburton Box Office 1-855-457-9933 HighlandsOperaStudio.com retrospective of our last 10 years. SG; .50. ●●Aug 28 2:00: Gounod’s Faust. NL; .50. Also Aug 30, 31, Sep 1 (eves). June 25 to Sep 18 Indian River, PEI Indian River Festival All performances at St. Mary’s Church, 1374 Hamilton Rd., Route 104, Indian River, Prince Edward Island. 902-836-3733 ●●Jun 19 7:30: Centre Stage: The Once and Strings. The Once; The Atlantic String Machine and Friends. ; (sr). ●●Jun 25 3:00: Classical: Youth Legacy Celebration. Featuring the top prize winners of the PEI Provincial Music Festival and Debut Atlantic’s Award for Excellence recipient. ; (sr). ●●Jul 02 7:30: Songwriters’ Circle: Rose Cousins. ; (sr). ●●Jul 03 3:00: The Voice: Exaltation. Sirens; The Atlantic String Machine. ; (sr). ●●Jul 08 7:30: The Voice: If I Loved You. Danika Lorèn, vocalist; Jonathan MacArthur, vocalist; Adam Harris, vocalist; Peter Tiefenbach and Robert Kortgaard, piano duo. ; (sr). ●●Jul 10 7:30: The Voice: Carmina Burana. Massed Maritime chorus and instrumental ensemble with vocal soloists. ; (sr). ●●Jul 15 7:30: Songwriters’ Circle: Emilie- Claire Barlow. ; (sr). ●●Jul 17 7:30: The Voice: In Perfect Harmony. Helios Vocal Ensemble; Daniel Cabena, countertenor; Stephen Runge, piano. ; (sr). ●●Jul 21 7:30: Songwriters’ Circle: The Door You Came In. Songs and stories from The Danger Tree by David MacFarlane, with original music performed by Douglas Cameron. ; (sr). ●●Jul 23 7:30: Centre Stage: Joel Plaskett. ; (sr). ●●Jul 29 7:30: The Voice: It Ain’t Necessarily So. Works by Gershwin and others. Cast members of Indian River Festival’s The Barber of Seville; Christina Bouey; Peter Tiefenbach and Robert Kortgaard, piano. ; (sr). ●●Jul 30 7:30: The Voice: The Barber of Seville. Rossini: The Barber of Seville. Brent Krysa, stage director; Peter Tiefenbach, music director. ; (sr); free(children 12 and under with paying adult). Also July 31(3:00). ●●Aug 05 7:30: Centre Stage: Matthew Barber and Jill Barber. Songs from The Family Album. ; (sr). ●●Aug 07 7:30: Classical: Lafayette String Quartet. Works by Haydn, Dvořák and Coulthard. ; (sr). ●●Aug 13 7:30: Songwriters’ Circle: The East Pointers. ; (sr). ●●Aug 14 7:30: Songwriters’ Circle: Fêtons L’Acadie! Suzie Leblanc, vocalist; Robert Kortgaard, piano; DesRoches Ouellette and Chaisson Trio. ; (sr). ●●Aug 16 7:30: Classical: Charles and Chopin. Charles Richard-Hamelin, piano. ; (sr). ●●Aug 19 7:30: Songwriters’ Circle: The Good Lovelies. Songs from the album Burn the Plan. ; (sr). ●●Aug 21 3:00: The Voice: Seasons of Life and 38 | June 1, 2016 - September 7, 2016 thewholenote.com

Landscape. Choral concert. Julia Davids, conductor. ; (sr). ●●Aug 27 3:00: Centre Stage: Fred Penner. ; (sr); (child). ●●Aug 28 7:30: Classical: Trio Canoë. Jean- François Normand, clarinet; Marina Thibeault, viola; Philip Chiu, piano. ; (sr). ●●Sep 03 3:00: Songwriters’ Circle: Kensington Ceilidh. By donation. ●●Sep 18 3:00: Classical: Ensemble Made in Canada. ; (sr). July 2 to Aug 27 Leith, ON Leith Summer Festival All performances at Leith Church, 419134 Tom Thomson Ln., Leith. 519-371-2833 ●●Jul 02 7:30: Cheng2 Duo. Silvie Cheng, piano; Bryan Cheng, cello. . ●●Jul 16 7:30: Piano à Quatre Mains. Robert Kortgaard, piano; Peter Tiefenbach, piano. . ●●Jul 23 7:30: Common Ground: Jazz Meets the Classics. Chris Donnelly, piano; Kornel Wolak, clarinet. . ●●Aug 13 7:30: Penderecki String Quartet. Jeremy Bell and Jerzy Kaplanek, violin; Christine Vlajk, viola; Katie Schlaikjer, cello. . ●●Aug 27 7:30: Sweet Songs of Sin and Sorrow. Patricia O’Callaghan, soprano; Robert Kortgaard, piano; Andrew Downing, bass. . June 10 to 26 Toronto, ON Luminato Festival The following concerts take place at the Hearn Generating Station, 440 Unwin Ave. 416-368-4849 ●●Jun 19 7:20: Tafelmusik/Luminato. In Concert. Works by Telemann, Handel, Torelli, Marais and Bach. . ●●Jun 22 6:30: Luminato Festival. Music in the Barns: Song of Extinction. Music by Rose Bolton. Film by Marc de Guerre. Libretto by Don McKay. Featuring members of the Tafelmusik Chamber Choir. ; (VIP). ●●Jun 21 6:30: Toronto Symphony Orchestra/ Luminato Festival. Beethoven: Symphony No.5 and Gershwin: An American in Paris. Peter Oundjian, conductor. .77-.07. Jun 23 to 26 Montreal, PQ Montreal Baroque Festival CND - Crypt of the Chapelle Notre-Damede-Bon-Secours, 400 rue Saint Paul Est, Montreal MU - Lobby of the Arts Building, McGill University, 853 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montreal OL - Osler Library of the History of Medicine, 3655 Promenade Sir William Osler, 3rd Floor, Montreal. RH - Redpath Hall, 3461 rue McTavish, Montreal RM - Redpath Museum, 859 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montreal SC - Salle de la Commune, Marché Bonsecours, 325 rue de la Commune Est, Montreal 514-845-7171 ●●Jun 23 7:00: Prospero’s Tempest. Works by Purcell and others. Bande Montréal Baroque, Lina Tur Bonet, Passiflore, Flûte Alors!, Pallade Musica, and others. RH; ; (sr); (st). ●●Jun 23 9:00: Fugal Tornado. Bach: Art of Fugue. Les Voix Humaines; Instruments of Happiness. RH; ; (sr); (st). ●●Jun 24 11:00am: Impetuous Lover, Turbulent Love. Odéi Bilodeau, soprano; Martin Robidoux, harpsichord. SC; . ●●Jun 24 2:00: Tumultuous Bach 1. Bach: Sonata in g BWV1001; Partita in b BWV1002. Lina Tur Bonet, baroque violin; Jesse Blumberg, baritone; Eric Milnes, harpsichord. SC; ; (sr); (st). ●●Jun 24 5:00: Torrent of Tears. Works by Clérambault, Montéclair and Rebel. Ensemble Sonate 1704; Jacinthe Thibault, soprano. SC; ; (sr); (st). ●●Jun 24 7:00: Hail! the Gigantic Gique! Baroque, Métis and contemporary music. Ensemble Caprice; Métis Fiddler Quartet. CND; ; (sr); (st). ●●Jun 24 9:00: Breeze or Hurricane? Boismortier: Five Flute Concertos. Ensemble La Chamaille; Autour de la Flûte. CND; SOLD OUT. ●●Jun 25 11:00am: Scandinavian Gust. Jean- François Bélanger, nyckelharpa. RM; . ●●Jun 25 2:00: Weather Alert. New works for recorder by young Quebec composers. Vincent Lauzer, recorder. OL; . ●●Jun 25 4:00: Los Rafales de vento! Music inspired by Spain, the Mediterranean, African and Native-American influences. David Jacques, guitar; Ziya Tabassian, percussion. OL; . ●●Jun 25 7:00: The Widow Rebel. Le Nouvel Opéra. RH; ; (sr); (st). ●●Jun 25 9:00: Tumultuous Bach 2. Bach: Sonata in a BWV1003; Partita in d BWV1004. Lina Tur Bonet, baroque violin; Jesse Blumberg, baritone; Eric Milnes, harpsichord. RH; ; (sr); (st). ●●Jun 26 11:00am: Heavenly Bach: Thunder and Lightning. Bach: Cello Suites. Paolo Pandolfo, viola da gamba. MU; ; (sr); (st). ●●Jun 26 4:00: Tumultuous Bach 3. Bach: Sonata in C BWV1005; Partita in E BWV1006; Notebook for Anna Magdalene Bach (excerpts). Lina Tur Bonet, baroque violin; Jesse Blumberg, baritone; Eric Milnes, harpsichord. MU; ; (sr); (st). ●●Jun 26 7:00: Tempest of Ideas: The Reformation According to J.S. Bach: Cantatas BWV76, BWV79 and BWV80. Hélène Brunet, Michael Taylor, Philippe Gagné and Jesse Blumberg, soloists; La Bande Montréal Baroque; Eric Milnes, conductor. RH; (sr); (st). July 4 to 17 Ottawa, ON Music and Beyond Festival CC - Christ Church Cathedral (Ottawa), 439 Queen St., Ottawa CM - Canadian Museum of Nature, 240 McLeod St., Ottawa. 613-566-4700 DC - Dominion-Chalmers United Church, 355 Cooper St., Ottawa VALERIE KUINKA General Director RICHARD MARGISON Artistic Director OUR 10 TH SEASON! MASTERCLASSES RICHARD MARGISON AUGUST 4, 5 & 6 | Haliburton CONCERTS FROM OPERA TO BROADWAY AUGUST 9 & 11 | Haliburton & Minden FOR THE LOVE OF SHAKESPEARE AUGUST 16 | Haliburton CELEBRATIONS! AUGUST 23 | Haliburton OPERAS THE BROTHERS GRIMM & THE BREMEN TOWN MUSICIANS AUGUST 18 & 20 | Haliburton FAUST AUG 28, 30, 31 & SEP 1 | Haliburton TRAVEL PACKAGES AVAILABLE! Box Office 1-855-457-9933 HighlandsOperaStudio.com thewholenote.com June 1, 2016 - September 7, 2016 | 39

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