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Volume 4 Issue 10 - July/August 1999

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All The King's Voices

All The King's Voices lijld Canadian Dance Tapestry have just completed An Evening of Canadian Son~ and Dance in preparation for the dancers' trip to an international festival in Holland. Look for a repeat performance in up-coming issues of the WholeNote. The Amadeus Choir has launched a fully revamped Web site featuring new content, graphics and navigational features. The Internet site also has a new domain name and can now be reached at http:// www.amadeuschoir.com The Canadian Music Centre's recording label Centrediscs reissues one of its finest recordings on digital compact disc. Entitled Jean Papineau-Couture, the recording features six of his · mature compositions written between 1967 and 1982, and features Robert Aitken, flutes,· Louis-Philippe Pelletier, piano and Denise Lupien, violin. Further information: CMC Distribution Service, 961-660 1. DUO partners Margot/Rydall ~nd Ivan Zilman will be "in residence" teaching and performing at CAMMAC's Cedar Glen Summer Music Centre from July . 25 to August 1. In addition to their flute and guitar classes, Margot will conduct the Flute Choir, and Ivan will direct the Jazz Ensemble and coach Tai Chi. Two ofTafelmusik's directors have recently received major awards: Managing Director Ottie Lockey has received the 1999 M. Joan Chalmers National Award for Outstanding' Achievement in Arts' Administration, while Music Director Jeanne Lamon was awarded the 1999 Canada Council for the Arts' Molson Prize. The Toronto Children's Chorus concludes its 20th Almiversary 0 Season with a 25-day tour of Australia and New Zealand, July 10 to August 5, 1999. Directed by Founder Music Director Jean Summer Sundays 1Ja d 2Jl. &'fllllfd ' In its 7'h season of free July & August pre-evensong concerts, St. James' Cathedral welcomes Cathedral Organists to Toronto from across Canada and the U.S.A. July 4 July 11 July18 July25 Bruce Neswick (National Cathedral, Washington, DC) Steph~n Mallinger (Sl Luke's Cathedral, Sault Ste-Marie) Valerie Hall (Sl John's Cathedral, ~katoon) James Burchill (Cathedral Church of All Saints, Halifax) August 1 Jeremy Bruns (Sl Paul's Cathedral, Buffalo, NY) August 8 James Noakes (Sl Paul's Cathedral, London) August 16 Elizabeth Harwood (Christ's Church Cathedral, Hamilton) August 22 Jeremy Spurgeon (All Saints' Cathedral, Edmonton) August 29 Christopher Dawes (Sl James' Cathedral, Toronto) ' The Cathedral Church of St. James, Toronto Singing & Saying for 200 years at King & Church Streets INFO: (416) 364-7865 or www.stjamescathedral.on.ca Ashworth Bartle, some sixty children of the Chamber Choir will give feature performances and key workshops for international educators, directors, choirs and audiences. The University of Toronto Faculty of Music announces tWo appointments to its faculty TERA FILE . ANNOUNCEMENTS July 22·24, 7:00pm·11 :OOpm: Beaches International Jazz Festival Stre,etFest. Queen Street East .. between Woodbine & Beech. 1· 888-277-0796. July 29 6:00: Elora Festival. 20th Anniversary Celebration Dinner. Elora Festival Singers; Noel Edison, conductor; The MadriGALS; Colin Fox, Master of Ceremonies. Elora Community Centre. 519-846·. 0331. . The Amadeus Choir invites entries for.their 13th Annual Carol and Chanukah Song Writing Competi· tion. Information cir entry forms: 446-0188. The Regions of Halton & Peel. and the arts organizations in communi· ties west of the GTA announce ArtsWest: an Information Hotline for the Arts . .905-615:4376'for local calls or 1-877-278-7976 for toll-free long distance calls. LECTURES August 31 7:30: Ashkenez: A Festival of New Yiddish Culture. Klezmer Music: Roots and Revival. Lecture by Hank~s ·Net sky. Urban Square Tent, Harbourfront Centre. 973-3000. Free. Brott Music Festival. Pre-Concert Lectures. All take place at 6:30pm , at the du Maurier Ltd. Centre, 1.90 King William Street, Hamilton, unless otherwise indicated. . *July 14: Fire & Ice: Late Romanti· cism in Scandinavia. Professor Jeffrey Stokes. • July 17: Baroque Composers: The Intimacy of Image. Professor Jeffrey Stokes. *July 31: Music end The Mind's Ear. Professor Alan Walker. *August 4: Those.Romantic 14 Fifth St~eet . To~ol'\to 1 sla"d O"ta~io Ca"ada' M5J 2B9 Tel: 416 203 0789 roster: renowned conductor Ratli Armenian as Professor of Music and Music Director and Conductor of the University of Toronto Symphony Orchestra, and violinist Scott St. Jolm as Assistant Professor of Violin, teaching violin: viola and chamber music. Frenchmen! Fabio Mastrangelo. *August 7: The Brandenburg Legend. Lecturer TBA. *August 18: The Spirit of Magyar. Professor Alan Walker . *August 21: Carmine Uncpvered. Professor Alexander G. McKay. Hamilton Place, 1 Summers Lane, Hamilton. Stratford Festival. Informal lectures, Festival Theatre. 1-800-567-1600. .50 (buffet lunch & lecture): • July 28 11 :30am: Speaker Richard Ouzounian on Dracula • August 25 11 :30a,m: Speake.r Robert Cushman on West Side Story WORKSHOPS July 29, August 26, 8:00: Toronto Folk Singers' Club meeting. An informal group whose purpose is to perform & exchange songs. Tranzac Club, 292 Brunswick Ave. 537· 7422. July 31 2:00: Elora Festival. 2-hour workshop for string players: There Are no Wrong Notes. led by Eugene Friesen of the Paul Winter Consort. 519-846:0331. (participants); $10 & (audience). September" 2 5·:00: Ashkenez: A Festival of New Yiddish Culture. Balkan end ROM (Gypsy) Music. Wor~shop by Yuri Yunakov, · Bulgarian saxophone pl,ayer .. Harbourfront Lakeside Terrace, 235 Queens Quay W. 97~,3000 . . Free. Richmond Hill Community Orches· tra invites intermediate and advanced band instrumentalists to participate in its weekly summer program of classic Big Band and Modern Swing, involving explora· , tions of the music of Ellington, Basie, Dorsey, Miller & Cherry Poppin' Daddies. Takes place eve'ry Monday from 7-.Spm, starting July 5th. For more information contact David Blackmore at 905-889-6382. iSxqt-dsite Bows t-la"dmade i" the F

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