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Volume 22 Issue 1 - September 2016

  • Text
  • September
  • Toronto
  • Jazz
  • October
  • Festival
  • Symphony
  • Musical
  • Orchestra
  • Theatre
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Music lover's TIFF (our fifth annual guide to the Toronto International Film Festival); Aix Marks the Spot (how Brexit could impact on operatic co-production); The Unstoppable Howard Cable (an affectionate memoir of a late chapter in the life of of a great Canadian arranger; Kensington Jazz Story (the newest kid on the festival block flexes its muscles). These stories and much more as we say a lingering goodbye to summer and turn to the task, for the 22nd season, of covering the live and recorded music that make Southern Ontario tick.

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91 Charles St. W. 416-585-4585. . Proceeds to Victoria University Library. Also Sep 23-26. ●●Sep 23 8:00: Thin Edge New Music Collective/A Girl in The Sky Productions. Tons of music in every genre: vinyl, CDs, sheet music, tens of thousands of books! in OLD VIC, 91 Charles St. W. (Museum Subway Exit) Thurs Sept 22, 4-9pm* Fri Sept 23,10am–8pm Sat Sept 24, 11am–6pm Sun Sept 25, 11am–6pm Mon Sept 26: 10am–8pm * admission on first night only: Students FREE with I.D. INFO: 416-585-4585 or vic.booksale@utoronto.ca vicbooksale.utoronto.ca Proceeds to Victoria University Library E. The ETCeteras Fundraising Event: Surrealist Masquerade. Works by Nick Storring, Scott Rubin, Xenakis, Cage and others. Collective Space, 221 Sterling Rd., Studio 5. 647-456-7597. Suggested donation 0; (sr/st/arts). In support of Balancing on the Edge. ●●Sep 24 7:00: RCCO Toronto Centre. Book Sale. Organ, piano and choral music from the libraries of Toronto’s finest musicians and churches. St. Andrew’s United Church (Bloor St.), 117 Bloor St E. 416-929-6400. Free. Also Sep 25(10am). ●●Sep 25 10:00am: RCCO Toronto Centre. Book Sale. Organ, piano and choral music from the libraries of Toronto’s finest musicians and churches. St. Andrew’s United Church (Bloor St.), 117 Bloor St E. 416-929- 6400. Free. Also Sep 24(7pm). ●●Sep 25 10:30am: Canadian Opera Company. Tour: 90-minute Tour of the Four Seasons Centre. Led by a trained docent. Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts, 145 Queen St. W. 416-363-8231. (adults); (sr/st). Also Oct 2, 16 and 23. ●●Sep 25 1:00: Toronto Flute Circle. Workshop/Masterclass. Participants have an opportunity to play solo and with the group, exploring problem-solving techniques, exercises, etudes and pieces in a supportive and animated setting. Margot Rydall, director. Adults, all levels. Margot Rydall, 46 Empire Ave. 416-463-1011. . ●●Sep 25 2:00: Classical Music Club Toronto. Salon: Mahler Symphony No.3. A gathering place for all lovers of recorded classical music, we welcome both gay and gaypositive members. This month’s program provides a background to Mahler’s Symphony No.3 including excerpts from CDs and videos. Home of John Sharpe, 633 Bay St., Apt. 2203. 416-898-2549. Annual club membership fee . No charge for first-time visitors. Info at classicalmusicclubtoronto.org. Refreshments. ●●Sep 25 2:00: Toronto Opera Club. Lecture: Die schöne Müllerin. Rick Phillips, guest speaker. Edward Johnson Building, Room 330, 80 Queen’s Park. 416-924-3940. . ●●Sep 27 6:30: Li Delun Music Foundation. Master Class: Sa Chen Piano Master Class. Steinway Piano Gallery, 2651 John St., Markham. 905-946-8040. , (VIP). ●●Sep 28 2:00: CAMMAC Toronto Region. Workshop: Reading of Cherubini’s Requiem. For singers and instrumentalists. Hilary Apfelstadt, conductor. Christ Church Deer Park, 1570 Yonge St. 416-781-4745. ; (members). ●●Sep 28 7:00: University of Toronto Faculty of Music. Lecture: Aligning Your Life With Your Art. Given by composer, jazz percussionist and Pulitzer Prize winner Michael Colgrass. Boyd Neel Room, Edward Johnson Bldg. U of T, 80 Queen’s Park. 416-978- 3750. Free. ●●Sep 30 7:30: Toronto Recorder Players’ Society. Workshop. Amateur recorder players are invited to join in the playing of early music. Mount Pleasant Road Baptist Church, 527 Mount Pleasant Rd. 416-597-0485. ; Free(members). Refreshments. ●●Oct 1 10:30am: Toronto Mendelssohn Choir. Culture Days: Singsation Saturday. A read-through of choral repertoire from a variety of styles and genres. All levels welcome. Jenny Crober, conductor. Palmerston Public Library, 560 Palmerston Ave. 416-598-0422 x221. Free. ●●Oct 2 10:30am: Canadian Opera Company. Tour: 90-minute Tour of the Four Seasons Centre. Led by a trained docent. Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts, 145 Queen St. W. 416-363-8231. (adults); (sr/st). Also Oct 16 and 23. Sing With Orpheus! Robert Seeking a vibrant and welcoming choral community? Want to sing with an outstanding choral conductor? Looking for a choral experience with a difference? Rehearsals: 7 p.m. Tuesdays at Yorkminster Park Baptist Church 1585 Yonge Street Interested? To book an audition, contact Helen Coxon at info@orpheuschoirtoronto.com or 416-530-4428 Cooper, Artistic Director 2016-2017 Sing with renowned composer Ola Gjeilo Appear with the TSO in the music of Tim Burton films Celebrate Christmas with jazz legend Jackie Richardson Premiere adventurous new works Perform a Gala Concert at Koerner Hall www.orpheuschoirtoronto.com HUMONGOUS MUSIC SALE Organ, piano and choral music sale from the libraries of some of Toronto’s finest musicians and churches. Friday, September 23, 7 – 9pm & Saturday, September 24, 10am – 3pm Sponsored by the Royal Canadian College of Organists At St Andrew’s United Church 117 Bloor Street East • rcco.ca/toronto-on Dweind@hotmail.com 50 | September 1, 2016 - October 7, 2016 thewholenote.com

Classified Advertising | classad@thewholenote.com WholeNote CLASSIFIEDS can help you recruit new members for your choir or band / orchestra or find a new music director! Advertise your help wanted needs or promote your services starting at only /issue. Inquire by SEPT 25 for the OCTOBER issue. classad@thewholenote.com AUDITIONS & OPPORTUNITIES AUDITIONS FOR SOLOISTS The Kindred Spirits Orchestra invites soloists to affirm their interest in performing one of the following concerti with the orchestra during its 2017.2018, 2018.2019 or 2019.2020 concert seasons: VIOLIN CONCERTI by Schumann, Bartók, Shostakovich, or Britten; CELLO CONCERTI by Shostakovich, Prokofiev, Saint-Saëns, or Dvořák; PIANO CONCERTI by Rachmaninoff (Nos. 1 or 4; Rhapsody), Tchaikovsky (No. 2), Prokofiev, Stravinsky, Shostakovich (No. 2), Strauss (Burlesque), Chopin, Liszt (No. 2; Totentanz), Saint-Saëns, or Ravel (in G); SOLI SATB for Beethoven’s Ninth. For more information, e-mail GM@KSOrchestra.ca. 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Monday rehearsals by Royal York Subway. No Auditions. Register at: www.ontariopopsorchestra.com OASIS VOCAL JAZZ, Toronto’s longest running close harmony group, is looking for a new bass (a true bass) and a tenor. You should have strong background in choral singing with some exposure to singing vocal jazz. A minimum one-year commitment requested. For more info, visit www.oasisvocaljazz.com/#!auditions/c1rb4. Contact: auditions@oasisvocaljazz.com PERCUSSIONIST (PITCHED/NON-PITCHED) WHO CAN SIGHT-READ is needed for Barrie Concert Band in Simcoe County. barrieconcertband@gmail.com SECTION LEADS: Oakville Choral Society seeks section leads (SATB). Rehearsals Tuesdays 7:45 – 10:00 September to April/ May. Performances Christmas/spring. Visit www.oakvillechoral.com. Contact: oakvillechoral@gmail.com. THE CELTIC FIDDLE ORCHESTRA OF SOUTHERN ONTARIO is looking for additional musicians: violin, viola, cello, bass and flute. We practice twice a month on Sunday afternoons from 1:30 to 4:00 at the QEPCCC in Oakville. Please contact Jill Yokoyama at 905-635-8079 or email cfoso.exec@gmail. com THE JUBILATE SINGERS invite new voices to join us. We are a chamber choir who sing an eclectic repertoire of classical and modern music, often in the original languages. Our rehearsals are Tuesday evenings, near the Lawrence/Yonge subway station. Sit in on a rehearsal to see if we are your cup of tea. For more information, contact Jeff at 416-485- 1988. jeff.wiseman@sympatico.ca. Our website: www.jubilatesingers.ca THE WYCHWOOD CLARINET CHOIR is looking for enthusiastic clarinet players to join our group. Contact us through our website at www.wychwoodclarinetchoir.ca to arrange an audition. All ages welcome. YORKMINSTRELS SHOW CHOIR welcoming new SATB singers, especially men! Broadway and popular music repertoire performed off-book with simple choreography. Rehearsals: Wednesday evenings near Willowdale/Cummer. Interested? Contact Sandi: mail@yorkminstrels.com Website: www.yorkminstrels.com YORK REGION BRASS WELCOMES BRASS PLAYERS for rehearsals on Wednesdays 7:30-9:30 pm, at 15055 Yonge Street in Aurora. contact pnhussey@rogers.com INSTRUCTION & COURSES CHILDREN’S PIANO LESSONS: Friendly, approachable - and strict! Contact Liz Parker at liz.parker@rogers.com. Queen and Bathurst area, Toronto. DR. STEPHEN SATORY is accepting private piano and theory students. Near St. George Subway. “A very patient, knowledgeable teacher”; “A consummate professional”. 416-969-0279. szep774@gmail.com. FLUTE, PIANO, THEORY LESSONS. RCM exam preparation. RCM certified advanced specialist. Samantha Chang, FTCL, FLCM, Royal Academy of Music PGDip, LRAM, ARCT. Toronto, Scarborough 416-293-1302, samantha.studio@gmail. com www.samanthaflute.com. IT’S NEVER TOO EARLY! Voice & piano lessons for toddlers! It’s never too late! 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Professional instruction with Dr. Réa Beaumont (DMA, MMus, MusBacEd, ArtDipMus, ARCT). Midtown Toronto studio, near subway, parking. info@reabeaumont.com. TAILORING FLUTE/THEORY LESSONS TO YOUR NEEDS - all levels, ages. Experienced RCM Certified Teacher. Michelle Coon B.Mus Toronto West 416-784-4431 westonflute@ gmail.com. www.studiomichelle.ca FOR SALE / WANTED CLASSICAL RECORD AND CD COLLECTIONS WANTED. Minimum 350 units. Call, text or e-mail Aaron 416-471-8169 or A@A31.CA. TRUMPET Bach Stradivarius model 37 (never used); SAXOPHONE Bundy Selmer alto; BASSOON Linton; EUPHONIUM Besson four valve compensating with laquer finish. Phone 416-964-3642. MUCH-LOVED GRAND PIANO looking for a deserving home: black lacquer Kawai KG-IE, serial #2033163: 5’2”, located in central Toronto. 95 Contact: irene@ivot.ca, or 416-557-7444. SERVICES ACCOUNTING AND INCOME TAX SERVICE for small business and individuals, to save you time and money, customized to meet your needs. Norm Pulker, B. Math. 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