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Volume 4 Issue 10 - July/August 1999

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STRATFORD Festival.

STRATFORD Festival. N/ght Music: Mondays in The Fleck Marquee. Informal music concerts in the Festival Theatre beginning at 7:30pm . . 1-800- 567-1600. $10. *July 5: Niagara Vocal Ensemble. Songs by Shakespeare. *July 12: Renaiss'ance Music. Terry McKenna, lute; guest vocalist. *July 19: Exploring the Classics. Woodwind quintet. I NDEX *August 9: Members of Puirt a Baroque. ScottishiCei'itc baroque. *August 16: Songs by Sondheim. Barbara Fulton & · Shawn Wright, vocalists; Paul Shjlton, piano. *August 23: El Sabor. Jazz quartet with 'a latin twist. OF PRESENTERS, VENUES N.B. : Numbers refer to dates, not WholeNote page numbers . •.• "a" before number is. August, "s" before number is September. Air Canada Centre 14 Alex Christie Bandshell 24, 25 Amphith~atre, High Park & Bloor Ann Tindal Stage s5~ s6 Art Gallery of Ontario 14, 16 Ashkenaz a30-s2, s4-s6 BCEPlace 19 Beaches Jazz Festival 24, 25 , Boychoir of Lesbos 6 Brigantine Room a31-s2, s4-s6 Broadacres Park 14, 28 Calvary Church a 12, a 16, a22 c~ a22,a23,a25,a26,a30,s2 COCal7-al9 Canadian Stage Company 1 Canadian Stage Theatre 6 Centennial Square, Oakville 9, 10 Choirs Ontario 31 Church of St. Martin-in-the-Fields 26, al8 · Church of the Holy Trinity 5, 12, 19, 26, a2,a9,al6,a23,a30 Claviers Baroques 10 CVS Productions a 13, a 15 Du Maurier·Downtown Jazz)-4 Eastminster Church 10 Etobi~ke Com. Concert Band 14, 28 Ettore Mazzoleni Col)cert Hall 31 Feast of Fools Theatre a6 Glebe Road Church al3 Glenn Gould Studio 6, 7, 10, 13, 14 Harbourfront Centre 3, ~-11, 16-18,30- a2, a6-a8, a27, a28 HG Phelan Playhouse 30, al, a7 Hummingbird Centre 21 Maestro Music 10 McMichaell4, 17, 18 Meadowvale Theatre a 13, a 15 Mel Lastman Square 1, 4, 9, II, 18, 25, al.a8 a15 a22 a29 Metro Hall Square 15 Metropolitan United Church 12 Mirvish Productions' a! 0 , Molo;on Place· 1, 3, 9-1 I, 16-18, 30-a2,.alia8, al7-al9, a27, a28, a30, s4-s6 · Music Africa 11 Music Gallery 2, 6 Nathan Phillips Square 1, 7, I I, 13, 14, 21, 28, a4, a! r. al8, a25 Northern EncounterS 13-19 Oakville Centre 10 Oal.:ville Jazz Festival 9-I 1 Premiere Dance Theatre s5, s6 Princess of Wales Theatre a!O Quintessenz all, al3 Robert Silvern1an 6, 7, 13, 14 Roy Thomson Hall 3, 4, al6-a20 RCM 4, 11, 18, 25, al, a8 Royal York Road Church all Southern Ontario Chamber· Music Institute al2, al6, a22 St. George's Anglican. Church 8· , St. James' Cathedral 4, 11, 18, 25, al, aS, al5, a22, a29 · St. 1ohn 's.Presbyterian Church 20 St. PauFs Bloor Street I 5 Sunm1er Institute 8 Sunm1er Opera Lyric 30, al, a7 The Irish Tenors 14 Thornhill Chamber Music Institute 21- 23,28-30 . . Toronto Music Garden 4, II, 18, 25, a 1, a8 Toronto Symphony Orchestra 3, 4 Toronto Waldorf21-23, 28-30 Towne. Square, Oal.:ville 9-I I VIA Rail Canada I Village Playhouse· ap Winter Garden 'fheatre 9 I)Olf'·T 1>0 IT YOVIl8ELF! W HOLENOTE'S (UN)CLASSIFIED ADS: Canada Day to Lahour Day, 1999. Deadline for September: 6pm Wednesday Augu-st 25. By mail, to 60 Bellevue Avenue, Toronto M5T 2N4; Fax (416) 463-2165 or e-mail: . · wlclass@thewholenote.com. 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. CMA. 905-508-4274. CLARINET TEACHER. The Royal Conservatory of Music is seeking an artist/teacher to join the faculty of the Mississauga campus at historic Cawthra Adamson House on Lake Ontario. Qualifications: Master of Music or equivalent. teaching · experience with all ages and small ensembles. Pedagogical studies and . knowledge of RCM Examinations syllabus· would be considered assets. Please send resume by July 21, 1999 J to: Manager, Human Resources, The Royal Conservatory of Music •. 273 Bloor Street West, Toronto Ontario M5S I Wi. Fax: 416-408-3096. DOUBLE BASS. Pollman, mid 60's, excellent condition and sound, with violin comers. Performance capacity: orchestral, solo, jazz. Asking 00. 705-721-8229. EAR TRAINING, MUSICIANSHIP, SIGHT-SINGING, dictation, rhythmic training, keyboard skills, theory (all Conservatory-type subjects, sol fa, jazz). All levels, professional/serious beginners. Detailed study available -).S.Bach, Renaissance, Jazz. Art Levine, MA, ARCT; Host of"This is Art" on CBC; RCM Professional School Faculty; Instructor, University of Toronto, etc. Free initial consultation. 416-924- 8613 FOR SALE - CELLO 19th c. Gem1an.' Excellent condition. ,000 o.b.o. 416-590-7577

Therapist since 1980. 416-767-2825. KAWAI KS-3F 52" (127cm) upright, polished ebony .with bench, excellent condition, single user since new (1982), asking 00. Chris, daytime (905) 238-8788. KNABE BABY GRAND PIANO, 5 '2", built in 1927, Baltimore USA. Restored, refinished 1987. Black satin finish. Excellent condition. Asking ,500. 1-613-592-5820. LIVE-IN CAT NANNY (nonsmoking pensioner) will pamper your PUSS, while you travel with clear conscience. Idiosyncrasies respected. Reasonable. References. 416-421- 9742. MUSIC THEORY & EAR TRAIN­ ING INSTRUCTION. Expert preparation for all levels of RCM Theory examinations and university entrance exams. Experienced RCM affiliate teacher. On subway line. 416- 463-9284. PIANO FOR SALE. Upright G. Heintzman: Reconditioned, great tone. 0,0 o.b.·o. Ann 416-920- 6081. ' SINGING LESSONS Experienced, DR. · DAVID W. ROE (Composerne!Jcher) Music theory, Harmony, Counterpoint, History, Arranging, Composition Trombone f'rep for Conservatory Exams or for Personal Advancement Call Aurora (905) 726-2152 qualified Mus. Bac. A.R.C.T. AROUND AGAIN 18 B ld . S Classical, Semi-classical. Audition • a wm t and exam prep. Central location: 924- 416-979-2822. 3877. VOICES, a 20-voice chamber choir is now auditioning new singers for next 12 CONCERT SKIRTS AVAILseason. Rehearsals are Wednesday ABLE. Maroon wraparounds, long evenings '7:30-10:00pm. Please call weighty polyester, nicely styled. Suggest . Annex Singers, P.M. Cook 536-2911. VINYL RECORDS & CDS High quality, clell{l Classical, Jazz, Rock, etc. We buy and sell. High Fidelity OJ /:.,/£.9fud nmJ.ie for discerning guests at weddings and special events. ~ 18 languages. ~ db.t.di.IJ.p.hi/.e YJ~utd qllalibj.. (jfruull. (jfmrfuu 416 757-2161 ' Ron Cheung 416-769-1345 to arrange an audition. YORK SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA has openings in all string sections for its 38th season. Call416-498-1333 or 416-225-0768. V'Je buy ffllfl of your CPJltiEJ&fl&tfll 11fJJs (vinyl !} · {like Beethoven, Mozart, Stockhausen) We tiave! anywhere for good collection ~IIKROKOSMOS Mail Order Company v (416) - 224 - 195~ . Fax ( 416)"- 224 -2964 Ask oui free, monthly set-sale catalogue: More than g).(lX[I@ @]~ fbfJJI:B 0 'llill!B every mon*h Many audiophile Decca & EMI reGards (Sorry, mail or phone order only!) The Glenn Gould Professional School 'of The RoYAL CoNSERVATORY of MusiC CONGRATULATES .the FOLLOWING STUDENTS .on their RECENT ORCHESTRAL PLACEMENTS and COMPETITIONS Bethany Bergman Canadian Opera Company Orchestra (violin) Rosemary Shaw Montreal Symphony Orchestra (viola) Genevieve Gilardeau Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra (violin) Timothy Haig Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra (violin) Stephen Ham' 1st Prize, 30th CBC National Competitionfor Young Performers NAC People's Choice Award (piano) cts-._ . 'l FOR PROGRAM INFORMATION, CONTACT US AT:. 4'6-~RR-o6¥ 4-' b -6 c:R-440 I 273 BLOOR STREET WEST, TORONTO, ONTARIO M5S 1W2www.rcmusic.ca 416.408.2824 ext 253 professional_school@rcmusic.ca

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