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Volume 22 Issue 9 - Summer 2017

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  • Festival
  • Toronto
  • Jazz
  • August
  • Theatre
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  • Arts
  • September
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CBC Radio's Lost Horizon; Pinocchio as Po-Mo Operatic Poster Boy; Meet the Curators (Crow, Bernstein, Ridge); a Global Music Orchestra is born; and festivals, festivals, festivals in our 13th annual summer music Green Pages. All this and more in our three-month June-through August summer special issue, now available in flipthrough HERE and on the stands commencing Thursday June 1.

GREEN PAGES SOUTH COAST

GREEN PAGES SOUTH COAST JAZZ ➤ August 18 to 20 Port Dover, ON A year-round, rural beach-side destination featuring world-class music, wine and food with a main event Jazz & Blues Festival August 18 to 20 at the Port Dover Community Centre, Arena, Patio, and more locations all over Norfolk County! Jane Bunnett & Maqueque, Rob Piltch, Mark Kelso, Bill King, Red Hot Ramble, Dee Dee & the Dirty Martinis, Colin Hunter, Joe Sealy, Avery Raquel, Latin, soul, R&B, jazz, blues, merchandise and food vendors, youth stage, catering, illusionist Lucas Wilson and more! Music, food, and wine/beer pairings too! 1-888-655-9090 www.southcoastjazz.com Summer Music in the Garden Toronto, ON Neil Swainson, Heather Bambrick, Sinal Alberto, Luanda Jones, Dave Young, Robi Botos and many more. 613-399-2477 www.pecjazz.org SOMETHING ELSE! FESTIVAL OF CREATIVE MUSIC ➤ June 16 to 19 Hamilton, ON Zula (Music & Arts Collective Hamilton) Presents has been organizing the annual Something Else! Festival of Creative Music since June 2014, along with the yearround series of the same name. The festival (and the series) focus on programming world-renowned visiting artists, revered local musicians and young up and comers, specializing in newer traditions in jazz, improvised music, experimental sounds and the avant-garde. The fourth edition of the festival lineup is nothing short of the cream of creative music today, a fantastic representation of many scenes from around the world. Admission tickets and passes to all six events, chock-full of exciting and imaginative programming, can be purchased via our website. 289-993-1993 www.zulapresents.org SOUND OF MUSIC FESTIVAL ➤ June 10 to 18 Burlington, ON So much music, so much fun. Every year in June, music takes over the Burlington downtown and waterfront. The largest local music event of the year features an eclectic combination of emerging artists, blasts from the past and current performers. A mix of free and ticketed shows continues all over town for nine days. Activities include the Kick-Off Concert, Sound of Music Club Series, Grande Festival Parade, free concerts for four days on Father’s Day Weekend, Downtown Streetfest, Silver Series, Children’s Village, carnival and vendors. Bring the whole family, you’ll find something for everyone. 905-333-6364 www.soundofmusic.ca ST. JOE’S ARTSFEST ➤ June 2 to 11 Hamilton, ON Started three seasons ago, St. Joe’s ArtsFest features Southern Ontario artists performing in the fantastic acoustics of St. Joseph’s RC Church in Hamilton. The 2017 season will feature two evenings of T.S. Eliot’s drama Murder in the Cathedral. The church is situated on Hamilton’s trendy Locke St., with excellent restaurants and pubs within minutes of the concert location. All tickets are CAD at the door (and nobody will be turned away!). 905-528-0019 www.stjoesartsfest.ca STRATFORD SUMMER MUSIC ➤ July 17 to August 27 Stratford, ON Stratford Summer Music 2017 salutes Canada 150 with a special focus on First Nations and Indigenous Canadian musicians and traditions. Featured artists include Angela Hewitt, James Ehnes, Ron Sexsmith, Jan Lisiecki and Stephane Tetreault, along with Friday night cabarets at Revival House, Saturday and Sunday musical brunches at The Prune Restaurant, Vocal Academy and more. New this year, air conditioned venues! 1-866-288-4313 www.stratfordsummermusic.ca SUMMER MUSIC IN THE GARDEN ➤ June 29 to September 17 Toronto, ON Our garden is your concert hall! From June 29 to September 17, let yourself be carried away by the classic sounds of brass, wood and percussive instruments from around the world as Harbourfront Centre’s annual Summer Music in the Garden series returns for its 18th season. Free concerts take place in the Toronto Music Garden on most Thursdays at 7pm and Sundays at 4pm and are approximately an hour in length. 416-973-4000 www.harbourfrontcentre.com/summermusic G8 | Summer 2017 thewholenote.com

SUMMER OPERA LYRIC THEATRE ➤ July 28 to August 6 Toronto, ON Summer Opera Lyric Theatre and Research Centre brings together young vocalists, students, professional singers and teachers of great stature. The programs combine learning and performing in an environment reflecting the professional operatic world of today. The SOLT 2017 Opera Workshop presents three great works for the stage: Carmen by Bizet, The Marriage of Figaro by W.A. Mozart, and a double bill performance of Canadian operas Night Blooming Cereus by John Beckwith & James Reaney and a world premiere of A Northern Lights Dream by Michael Rose. The diversity of roles and the amazing variety of style, both vocal and dramatic, makes this summer opera festival a special treat for Toronto’s opera fans. Please add SOLT 2017 to your summer calendar! 416-922-2912 www.solt.ca SUN LIFE FINANCIAL UPTOWN WATERLOO JAZZ FESTIVAL ➤ July 21 to 23 Waterloo, ON The Sun Life Financial UpTown Waterloo Jazz Festival is an annual threeday free music festival held in Waterloo, Ontario, encouraging all genres of jazz. In 2017, we invite you to our 25th season where we look forward to entertaining more than 35,000 enthusiastic festival-goers! 519-885-1921 www.uptownwaterloojazz.ca SWEETWATER MUSIC FESTIVAL ➤ September 15 to 17 Owen Sound and Meaford, ON SweetWater has a splash of maple for the 14th edition coming up this September. Artistic director Mark Fewer has once again assembled an amazing lineup, including baritone Russell Braun, John Novacek, James Campbell, Guy Few, Drew Jurecka, Edwin Huizinga and Aiyun Huang. Plus, a special all-Canadian lineup on Saturday night as Canada marks 150 years of Confederation. SweetWater 2017 also has free, interactive activities including Mozart for Munchkins, Classical Jam playalong, and a Luthiers Exhibit and Performance. Ticketed events include a Friday Night Opening Gala (); Saturday Early Evening Concert and Sunday Matinee (); and Saturday After Hours Jazz (). Festival 3-Concert Pass 5. Student tickets (excluding After Hours Jazz). 519-371-2833 www.sweetwatermusicfestival.ca TAFELMUSIK BAROQUE SUMMER FESTIVAL ➤ May 30 to June 11 Toronto, ON Musicians from around the world gather in Toronto for the annual Tafelmusik Baroque Summer Festival with free concerts open to the public, featuring the Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra and participants of the Tafelmusik Baroque Summer Institute. “Delightfully Baroque” on May 30 at Trinity-St. Paul’s Centre; “Musical Interlude” on June 4, “Many Strings Attached” on June 5 and “TBSI Orchestras and Choirs” on June 8 at Walter Hall, University of Toronto; and the Grand Finale on June 11 at Grace Church on-the-Hill. All concerts are general admission. Free tickets for the Grand Finale must be TD Sunfest London, ON obtained in advance and will be made available to the public Tuesday, June 6 at 10am, at the Tafelmusik box office (427 Bloor St. W.). 416-964-6337 www.tafelmusik.org/TBSF TD MARKHAM JAZZ FESTIVAL ➤ August 16 to 20 Markham, ON The TD Markham Jazz Festival is an exciting and vibrant five-day event featuring well-known professional jazz musicians performing on three stages on beautiful Main Street Unionville in Markham. The festival starts on Wednesday, August 16 with a ticketed Opening Night concert, including a reception and silent auction, at the intimate Varley Art Gallery. From August 17 to 20, Main Street comes alive with 30+ free performances all day and evening on outdoor stages, on the street, and in bars and restaurants. Come and enjoy acclaimed Canadian and international artists performing all styles of jazz and blues. Early confirmed artists include Manteca, Shakura S’Aida, Barbra Lica, Paul Reddick and Monkey Junk, Carol Welsman, and Samantha Martin and the Delta Sugar. 905-471-5299 www.markhamjazzfestival.com TD SUNFEST ’17: CANADA’S PREMIER CELEBRATION OF WORLD CULTURES ➤ July 6 to 9 London, ON Celebrate the enchantment of summer with Canada’s premier festival of the global arts. Now in its 23rd year, free-admission TD Sunfest transfigures London’s Victoria Park into a culturally diverse jewel, where over 35 top world music and jazz groups from all corners of the planet entertain on five stages. 2017 headliners range from red-hot bands Bixiga 70 (Brazil) and DakhaBrakha (Ukraine) to new discoveries Coreyah (South Korea) and Chouk Bwa Libète (Haiti). As part of the Canada150 festivities, enjoy two Government of Ontario-supported programs: “SUN Nation Under a Groove” and “Suntario150,” which will showcase artists from almost every thewholenote.com Summer 2017 | G9

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