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Volume 3 Issue 10 - July/August 1998

  • Text
  • Festival
  • Ottawa
  • August
  • Toronto
  • Elora
  • Jazz
  • Theatre
  • Arts
  • Huntsville
  • Parry

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.... .. ., .., .,......, ~lWEaMWN:R81Dl.Ytlf«JWMAS,.,.~ I'Qhnlannla lllRONTO'S MUsiC ClASSICAL & NEW Toronto's oiJiy comprehensive monthly classical & contemporary conceit listing source Volume 3 number 10 July 1 - September 7 1998 Copyright e 1998 · PerPul Proze, 60 Bellevue Ave, Toronto, ON MST 2N4 THE WHOLENOTE: VOL 3 NO 10 Jlii..Y 1-SEP 7. Table of Contents Publisherls Notebook Publisher: Allan Pulker Editor: David Perlman Listings Editor: Simone Desilets Photography: Michael Shaw, Den Ciul Distribution: Print Distribution Services You can reach us at: Advertising, memberships and listings: Phone: 416-406-6758 Fax: : 416-463-2165 Editorial: Phone:416-603-3786 Fax: 416-603-3787 Email: drumkm@web.apc.org Dates and deadlines: Next publication date: Thursday August 27 (covering the period September 1 - October 7} Listings deadline: 6pm, Saturday August 15 Listings •re free. Advertising deadline: 6pm Saturday August 22 (Un)Ciasliified Ads: SOc/word + GST ( 0 min.) · Subscriptions: /year + GST Banner by Jerry Ginsberg Printing by New Concept Circulation: 21 ,ooo the wholenote® is a DRUM publication. Kingston composer and choral director, Mark Sirett, Winner of' the 1996 Ruth Watson Henderson Choral Composition Competition and whose CantahUe Choirs in Kingston have been garnering honours abroad and filling concert halls at . home. His Kingdom of the Saguenay runs for four nights only, August 27 to 30. 'I7te Kingston Summer Festival. See Music Theatre listings. Photo: Rob Mooy On Our Cover:. Ruth Brown: Concert Notes . . . . . . . . .... EtCetera File . . . . . ·· . . . · . . . 1 • Musicians in our Midst: Robert Bruce : . . . Choral Happenings by Larry Beckwith . . . . ... AudioFile by Robert Hanson . . . . . . . . . .. Hear and Now: new music with David Parsons Quick:New - New music at a glance Members Write . . . . . . . . . . .. Music Theatre Listings . . . . . . . \ The Bandstand br John McGuigan . Concert Listings: July 1 - September 6 Too Late to List . . . Index of Presenters & .Venues Unclassified Ads ...... . INDEX OF ADVERTISERS :JULY 1 - SEPTEMBER 7 1998: Arts Interactive . . . . . . . • . . . . • . . . 9 C11liban Quartet .......•..•.... , 20 CAMMAC ...........•... . .•.. 21 Canadian Music Centre ..• , . • . • • . • 3 Classical 96 . . . . . . . . . . . • • . . • • 32 Claviers Baroques . . . . . • . . . . • . • . 11 Co-Management Co. . ·• . . . . . . . • . . . 5 Debut Dress Designs ...••••••..• 31 1 Dolgian House , .. . ....•..•..... 31 Elora Festival .......••.••... 14,22 Etobicoke Community Concert Band • • 15 Festival of the Sound . . . . . . . . . . • . 1 9 Gemstone Records ......•...... .' 6 Kincardine Summer Music Festival . . . 27 Kingston Summer Festival . . . . . . . . 14 Kristina Beaubien . . . . . • . . . . . . • • 31 Lisa Tetford . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Marilyn Gilbert . . . . . . . . • • • . • . . • 17 See page 4 5,6 ... 7,30 7 . .... 8 . ... 9 10,11 . . . 10 . . . 11 11,12,14,15 . . . . 13 15-29 29 30 31 Marquis Classics . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Mikrokosmos . . . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Music Chamber . . ,. . . . . . • • . . . . . . 6 Music Works ............ • ... •. 10 Naxos . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . 8 North Toronto Institute of Music • . . . 31 Off Centre Music Series . . . . . . . . . . 29 Ottawa Chamber Music Festival . . . . 32 Paul Mason ........... .' .. . ... 12 Peros Music Inc .....·. . . . . . . . . . . . 4 proVOCE .................... 15 Rernenyi/Opera Store ....•.•...... 3 Sonic Bloom .......•............ 4 Sound Post .•.......•....•'..... 4 St.James'/Organ Alternatives 16 TheatreFix . • . . . . • . . . . . . . . . • . . 20 Toronto Chamber Society .. . ...... 31 Voice & Piano Lessons .... . .-: . . . . 31 The guts of our nameplate "Toronto's music classical and new" does scant justice to our contents this month. As usual, the number of classical and new music concerts in Toronto dwindles in the summer, as Toronto's musicians scatter provincewide, and beyond, to play in summer festivals far from Toronto's brutal summer heat. Our dilemma: how to present the summer's' more than 400 listings in dozens of different locales. Well, for better and for worse, we have chosen to do it by date, as usual. The advantage is that if you · are thinking of getti.itg away a 1 certain week Qr weekend, you i can easily get an overview of ! that time period and base ! destination on what you fmd. i The disadvantage is that if you're already planning to visit cousin Valerie in Kingston and want to set the time according to what is going on in 'Kingston, then you'll have to wade a bit more than perhaps you'd like. (Our index should help, though--and any of the festivals listed here can be phoned to mail or fax out information.) Have a safe and rejuvenating summer, ftlled with music. We'll be back .in late August with our September issue beginning our fourth season. CONTEMPORARY CONCERT LISTING SOURCE

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