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Volume 3 Issue 10 - July/August 1998

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• • • 1 O:OOam: Ottawa Chamber Music Festival . Young People's Concert­ "Meet the Bassoons. " Caliban Quartet. Glebe Community Centre, 690 Lyon, Ottawa. 613-234-8008. ,; family of 3 or more . · • • • 12:00 noon: Ottawa Chamber Music Festival. Music for flute & guitar. Robert Cram, flute; Alvin Tung, guitar. First Baptist Church, 140 Laurier West, Ottawa. 613-234-8008. ,. • • • 12:00 noon: Ottawa Chamber Music Festival. Richard Raymond, piano, in Recital. Music of Mozart, Bartok, Beethoven & Liszt. Church of St. John the Evangelist, 1 S4 Somerset, Ottawa. 613-234-8008. ,. ••• 7:00: Festival of the Sound. Island Queen Musical Cruise. Harvey SeigeJ Dixieland Band. Town Dock, 9 Bay St. Parry Sound. 705c746-2410. . ••• 8:00: Kincardine Summer Music Festival 1998. An Evening with Lisa Martinelli, jazz vocalist. With Brian Dickinson, piano; Dave Young, bass; Barry Elmes, drums; Jane Fair, saxophone. Kincardine Hall, 601 Durham St. 519-396- 9716. ;family . ••• 8:00: Ottawa Chamber Music Festival. Chamber music for piano & strings. Music by Brahms, Faure and Haydn. Marcelle Mallette, violin; Jutta Puchhammer, viola; Anne Gadbois, cello; Marie Fabi, piano. St. John's Church, 154 Somerset St. Ottawa, 613- 234-8008.,. • • • 8:00: Ottawa ~hamber Music Festival. Keller Quartet. Music by Schubert, Kodaly and Bartok. St. Matthew's Church. 21 7 First Ave. Ottawa, 613- 234-8008'. ,. • • • 8:00: Ottawa Chamber Music Festival. St. Lawrence Quartet. Music by Tchaikovsky, Haydn and Shostakovich. St. Andrew's Church, 82 Kent St. Ottawa, 613-234-8008.,. • • • 11 :OOam: Ottawa Chamber Music Festival. Viola da Gamba. Music by J.S. Bach, Marais, Telemann, d'Hervelois & Marchand. Margaret Little, viola da gamba; Rejean Poirier, harpsichord. St. John's Church, 1 54 Somerset St. Ottawa, 613-234-8008. .. ••• 12:00 noon: F~tival of the Sound. Noonsouhds.at St. James: Bruno's Choice. Mozart: String Quartet in D major K.575; Dvorak: Piano Quintet in A major Op.81 . Allegri String Quartet; Rian de Waal, piano. United Church, 24 Mary St. Parry Sound. 705- 746-2410.,. • • • 12:00 noon: Ottawa Chamber Music Festival. Percussion. David Kent and friends. Dominion-Chalmers Church, 355 Cooper St. Ottawa, 613-234-8008. ,. • • • 12:00 noon: Ottawa Chamber Music Festival. Richard Raymond, piiJno. Music by Mozart, Bartok, ' Beethoven & Liszt. St. John's Church, 1 54 Somerset St . . Ottawa, 613-234-8008. ,. • • • 1 2:00 noon: Square in Motion Soundsational Concert. Youth Outreach Mass Choir. Nathan Phillips Square, 1 00 Queen St. West. 392-0458. Free. ••• 5:00: Ottawa Chamber Music Festival. Winterreise. Richard Lalli, baritone; Stephana Lemelin, piano. Schubert: Winterreise. Tabaret Hall, 5'50 Cumberland St. Ottawa, 613-234-8008. ,. ••• 8:00: Kincardine Summer Music Festival 1998. Jazz Superstars. Alex Dean & Jane Fair, saxophones; Brian Dickinson, piano; Barry Elme.s, drums; Lorne Lofsky, guitar & others. Kincardine Hall, 601 Durham St. 519-396-9716. ; family . · ••• 8:00: Ottawa Chamber Music Festival. Keller Quartet. Music by Schubert, Kodaly and Bartok. St. Matthew's Church. 217 First Ave. Ottawa, 613- 234-8008.,: • •• 8:00: Ottawa Chamber Music Festival. St. Lawrence Quartet. Music by Tchaikovsky, Haydn and Shostakovich. St. Andrew's Church, 82 Kent St. Ottawa, 613-234-8008. ,. • • • 8:00: Ottawa Chamber Music Festival. Mayumi Seiler in Recital. Beethoven: Sonata in D, Op. 12; Smetana: Aus der Heimat; Faure: Sonata #2; Kreisler: selected works. Mayumi Seiler, violin; Andrew Tunis, piano. St. John's Church, 154 Somerset St. Ottawa, 613-234-8008.. • • • 12:00 noon: Festival of the Sound. Noonsounds at St. James: Bruno's Choice. Mozart: String Quartet in B flat major K.589; Smetana: String Quartet #1 in e minor "From My Life." Allegri String Quartet. United Church, ' 24 Mary St. Parry Sound. 705- 746-2410. -4,. ••• 12:00 noon: Ottawa Chamber Music Festival. Viola da Gamba. Music by J.S. Bach, Marais, Telemann, d'Hervelois & Marchand. Margaret Little, viola da gamba; Rejean Poirier, harpsichord. St. John's Church, 154 Somerset St. Ottawa, 613-234-8008. , . . • • • 1 2:00 noon: Ottawa Chamber Music Festival. Andre-Gilles Duchemin, flute; Mario Duchemin, piano. Music by Bach, Faure, Doppler & Schumann. Jabaret Hall, 550 Cumberland St. Ottawa, 613- 234-8008.,. • • • 7:00: Festival of the Sound. Discovery VI. Young musicians from the International School for Musical Arts. Festival Hall, 111 Isabella St. Parry Sound. Jos-- 746-241 0. Free. • • • 8:00: Festival of the Sound. Classics VII: Gershwin and His Time. Gershwin: Rhapsody in Blue; Milhaud: La Creation du monde; Poulenc: Trio for Brass; Stravinsky: Concertina for String Quartet; Grainger: Molly on the Shore. Allegri String Quartet; James Campbell, clarinet; Rian de Waal, piano; Guy Few, trumpet; Alain Trudel, trombone. Festival Hall, 111 Isabella St. Parry Sound. 705- 746-2410. ,. ••• 8:o'O: Kincardine Summer Music Festival 1998. Time Warp: Portraits of Jazi. Mike Murley, tenor & soprano saxophone; Kevin Turcotte, trumpet & flugel horn; AI Henderson, acoustic bass; Barry Elmes, drums. Kincardine Hall, 601 Durham St. 519-396- 971 6. ; family . ••• 8:00: Ottawa Chamber Music Festival. Jacques Hetu Birthday Celebration. Martin ·Foster, Noel Laporte, violins; Neil Miskey, viola, Timothy McCoy, cello;; Judy Ginsburg, piano; Robert Cram, flute; Ross Edwards, clarinet. ' St. John's Church, 154 Somerset St. Ottawa, 613-234-8008. ,. • • • 8:00: Ottawa Chamber Music Festival. Harp in Recital. Music of Corelli, Salzedo, Tournier, Glick a11d Buhr. Jennifer Swartz, harP. All Saints Church, 31 7 Chapel St. TORONTO'S ONLY COMPREHENSIVE MONTHLY CLASSICAL & CONTEMPORARY CONCERT LISTING SOURCE Ottawa, 613-234-8008. ,. • • • 8:00: Ottawa Chamber Music Festival. Adaskin String Trio. Music of BeethoveA, Schoenberg & Taneyev. St. Andrew's Church, 82 Kent, Ottawa. 613-234-8008. ,. • • • 11 :OOpm: Ottawa Chamber Music Festival. Phenix Saxophone Quartet. Music of Handel, Francais, Sondheim, Kerr, Joplin & others. Church of St. John the Evangelist, 1 54 Somerset, Ottawa. 613-234-8008. ,. • • •: Harbourfront Centre. Concerts on Friday evening, Saturday from noon till midnight and Sunday from noon until six at Molson Place, the Water's Edge Cafe, the Brigantine 1Room and the Ann Tindal Stage. Phone 973-3000 for details. • • • 11 :30am: Ottawa Chamber Music Festival. Festival by Request. ·Music of Schubert, Ravel, Debussy, Grieg & Arriaga. Shelagh Rogers, host; Mayumi Seiler, violin; Guylaine Lemaire, viola; Julian Armour, cello; Jeremy McCoy, bass; other performers. Church of St. John the Evangelist, 1 54 Somerset, Ottawa. 613-234-8008. ,. ' • • • 1 2:00 noon: Festival of the Sound. Noonsounds at St. James: Bruno's Choice. Kodaly: Quartet #2; Brahms: Clarinet Quintet in b minor Op 115. Allegri String Quartet; James Campbell, clarinet. United Church, 24 Mary St. Parry Sound, 705-746-2410. ,. •• • 1 :30: CJRT-FM & McMichael Volunteer Committee. Music at McMichael. Arlene Smith. McMichael Gallery, 1 0365 Islington, Kleinburg. 595-0404. Free with admission to the Gallery: ,,. • • • 8:00: Festival of the Sound. Classics VIII- St. Peter's. Mozart: Requiem in d minor K.626; Haydn: Symphony. Elmer lseler Singers; National Academy Orchestra; Boris Brott, conductor. St. Peter's Church, 52 Church St. Parry Sound. 705-746-2410.,. • • • 8:00: Kincardine Summer Music Festival 1998. KSMF Jazz Student Concert. Kincardine Hall, 601 Durham St. 51 9-396-9.716. 0; family .

• • • 8:00: Kingston Summer . Festival. Susan Aglukark. Mainstage, .Grand Theatre, 218 Princess St., Kingston. 613- 530-205011-800-61 5-5666. . ••• 8:00: Ottawa Chamber Music Festival. Tokyo String Quartet. Music of Mozart, Beethoven & Shostakovich. Mcleod-Stewarton Church, 507 Bank, Ottawa. 613-234- 8008. . • • • 8:00: Skylight Theatre. Arkady Yanivker and Friends. Spanish classical music adapted for piano, violin & guitar. Barry Zukerman Amphitheatre, Earl Bales Park, 41 69 Bathurst. 392-3846. Free. • • • 8:30: Mu.sic at Mel Lastman Square. Moxy Fruvous (eclectic instrumentation mixed with four-part vocal harmonies). 5100 Yonge St. 395-7350. F~ee. •• • 11 :OOam: Festival of the Sound. Family Concert. Guy Few, trumpet; Alain Trudel, trombone; Festival Brass. Festival Hall, 111 Isabella St. Parry Sound. 705-746-2410. Free. • • • 1 :00: Music in the Park. Edward De Silva (Latin & classical guitar). Dufferin Mall, Dufferin St. south of Bloor. 392-1111. Free. • • • 2:00: Heritage Toronto. Music in the Courtyard. Traditional music or dance. 82 Bond St. 392-6915. • • • 7:00: Music in the Park. Thomas Handy Trio (Indo folk jazz). Ch.ristie Pits, Christie & Bloor Sts . . 392-1111. Free. • • • 8:00: Fergus Scottish Festival. Traditional Ceilidh. John Allan Cameron, Jennifer Roland, 'Bob Findlay & Ed Miller. Unity Hall, Fergus. 519- 787-0099. to· . • • • 8:00: Festival of the Sound. Salute to .4rthur Fiedler. Liszt: Piano Concerto #1 in E flat; Gershwin Tribute; Salute to the Great Jazz Clarinetists. James Campbell, clarinet; Rian de Waal & Gene DiNovi, piano; National Academy Orchestra; Boris Brott, conductor. Festival Hall, 111 Isabella St. Parry Sound. 705-746-2410.,. ••• 8:00: Skylight Theatre. An evening of Spanish song & dance. Odette Beaupre, :soprano; Ruth Morawetz, piano; Paula Moreno Dance Company; Paula Moreno, choreographer. Barry Zukerman Amphitheatre, Earl Bales Park, 4169 Bath.urst. 392-3846. Free. • • • 11 :OOpm: Festival of the Sound. Full Moon Cruise - M. V.Chippewa. Borodin: Nocturne; Gershwin: Lullaby; Dvorak: Dumka from Quartet in E flat major Op.51; Beethoven: Finale from Op.135. Allegri String Quartet. Chippewa Dock, 19 Bay St. Parry Sound. 705-746-2410.. • • • 1 :30: Classic Jazz Society of Toronto. Climax Jazzband. Ice Gardens, York University, 989 Murray Ross Parkway. 661-5900.,. •• • 2:00: Heritage Toronto. Music in the Courtyard. Traditional music or dance. 82 Bond St. 392-6915. • • • 2:00: Theatre Orangeville. Gene Di Novi plays Gershwin. Orangeville Opera ·House. 51 9-942..:3423. $10to . ••• 3:00: Music in the Park. Ayni (traditional Andean). Dufferin Grove Park, Dufferin St. south of Bloor. 392-1111. Free. • • • 4:00: Organ Alternatives. Summer Sundays. Giles Bryant, chamber organ. Works of Renaissance & Baroque composers from England & the continent. 4:30: Choral · Evensong with Gentlemen of the Cathedral Choir. St ~ James' Cathedral, 65 Church St. 3,64- 7865. Free. • •• 7:00: Kincardine Summer Music Festival 1998. Serenade on a Summer Evening. Penderecki String Quartet; Gryphon Trio. Kindardine United Church, 721 Princes St. 519-396-9716. ; family . ••• 7:30: Music at Mel Lastman Square. Whitney Smith's Big Steam Band (swing mixed with Latin & rhythm'n blues). 5100 Yonge St. ·395- 7350. Free. ·• • • 7:30: Northdale Concert Band. Stephen Chenette, musical director. Aqua Theatre, Couchiching Pafk. Orillia. 41 6- 532-6386. • • • 8:00: Georgian Theatre Festival. Gala Celebration Closing. Rob McConnell, trombone with his new Jazz Band. Meaford Opera House, 12 Nelson St. E. 51 9-538- 3569/1-888-541-4444.. Jazz Week Concerts -August 2 to 7 Monday Aug.l "Swingin' with Swingtime" 8 PM at the Royal Canadian Legion, 219 Lambton St. Fred Duliogal, ba$s; Norman Stewart, guitar and piano; Dave Johnston, trumpet; Peter Sagerman, trombone; Alastair Lawrie, clarinet; Doug Mcleod, drums, and Marie Gogo, vocals. Tuesday Aug. 4 An Evening with Lisa Martinelli 8 PM at Kincardine Hall, Davidson Centre, 60 I Durham St. Jazz vocalist Lisa Martinelli with Brian Dickinson, piano; Dave Young, bass; Barry Elmes, drums; and jane Fair, saxophone. Wednesday Aug. 5 "jazz Super~tars" 8 PM at Kincardine Hall, Davidson Centre, 60 I Durham St Alex Dean, saxophone: Brian Dickinson, piano; Barry Elmes, drums; Jane Fair. saxophone; Lome Lofsky, guitar; Lisa Martinelli, vocals; Mike Malone, trumpet; Dave McMurdo, trombone; and Dave Young. bass. Thursday Aug. 6 Time Warp:"Portraits of Jazz" 8 PM at Kincardine Hall, Davidson Centre, 60.1 Durham St. Mike Murley, tenor and soprano saxophone; Kevil) Turcotte, trumpet, flugel horn;AI Henderson, acoustic bass; and Barry Elmes, drums. Friday Aug. 7 KSMF jazz Student Concert 8 PM at Kincardine Hall, Davidson Centre, 60 I Durham St. Featuring KSMF's Jazz students. For more information cali"519-396-9716, fax 519-396-2769, email: imills@primeline.net, check out our website at: www.primeline.net/kadksmf.html or write to: KSMF, Box 251, Kincardine, ON, N2Z 2Y7 Information about accomodations in the· Kincardine area is available on request. Festival Week Concerts -August 9 to IS Sunday Aug. 9 "Serenade on a Summer Evening'~ 7 PM at the Kincardine United Church, 721 Princes St. , Let our Chamber Music staff (the Penderecki String Quartet and the Gryphon Trio) entertain you with light hearted selections for a summer evening. Monday Aug. I 0 Festival Woodwinds 8 PM at the Knox Presbyterian Church, 345 Durham St. Peter Shackleton and Amanda Palmer, clarinet; Susan Morris, oboe; Anne Thompson, flute;. and The New Berlin Chamber Ensemble Tuesday Aug. I I "Pianos Forte". 8 PM at the Kincardine United Church, 721 Princes St. Jamie Parker, Tina Yanchus, and James Hibbard Wednesday Aug. 12 St~ff Spectacular 8 PM at the Knox Presbyterian Church, 345 Durham St. Thursday Aug. 13 "Master Pieces" 8 PM at the Knox Pre~byterian Church, 345 Durham St. The KSMF Chamber staff combine to create a performance power house featuring the Penderecki String Quartet, the Gryphon Trio and jasper Woods, vi~lin. · Fr;iday Aug. 14 KS~F Chamber Students 6 PM at the Kincardine United Church, 721 Princes St. Featuring KSMF's Chamber Student ensembles. Saturday Aug. I 5 Grande Finale Student Concerts Music for Young People - I 0:00AM at the high school Junior & Senior Choirs - II :00 AM at the United Church . All other programs -- I :00 PM at the high school KSMF is also a music camp, we'd be'glad to send you a copy of our brochure. TORONTO'S ONLY COMPREHENSIVE MONTHLY CLASSICAL & CONTEMPORARY CONCERT LISTING SOURCE

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