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Volume 4 Issue 9 - June 1999

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3 9 I 11 1 1 '99 hl ~ ~~~!2,~~!:!:~!:.~! !E!~:~lY~~r~ :~~~m~~;~~ Acoustic Harvest Folk Club 5 Du Maurier Theatr'e 6, 13, 19 Mirvish Productions 17 All Saints Anglican Church 6 DUO 6 Mississauga Big Band Jazz All the King's Voices 2 Earl Bales Community Centre Ensemble 27 Amadeus Choir 6 13 Mississauga Civic Centre 13 Amphitheatre, High Park 29 Earl Haig Secondary School 2 Molson Amphitheatre 19, 21, Arkell Schoolhouse Concert 19 Eastminster United 5, 9, 19 30, jy1, jy3 AGO 5, 12, 19, 26 Etobicoke Community Concert Moored ale Concerts .13 Associates of the TSO 7 Band 23 · . Music Gallery 5, 6, 8, 11, 13, Association of Canadian Women Ettore Mazzoleni 2, 10, 17, 23 18, 20, 22, 24-27, 29, jy6 Composers 5, 11 Fairview Library 16-1 9, 22 Musica Viva 13 Avon Theatre, Stratford 2, 4 Festival Wind Orchestra 22 Nathan Phillips Sq 23, jy1, jy7 Ballet Creole 11 George Weston Recital Hall 2, 6 New Music Concerts 13 Birch Cliff United Church 5 Glen Abbey United Church 5 Oakville Children's Choir 5 Bishop Marrocco Auditorium 9 Glenn Gould 2, 11, 13, 25, Opera Buffa 16-19 Bloor JCC/Trinity-St. Paul's jy6, jy7 Orpheus Choir of Toronto 4 Church/Bathurst JCC 2 Grace Church on-the-Hill 5, 6 Oshawa-Durham Symphony 5 Bloor Street United Church 12 Great Music at St. Anne's 6, 20 Our Lady of Sorrows Church 13 Boychoir of Lesbos jy6 Hammerson Hall 12, 15 Patrons of Wisdom 23 Broadacres Park 23 Harbourfront Centre 6, 13, 19- Premiere Dance Theatre 3, 11 Canadian Chamber Academy 20 21, 27, 30, jy3, jy4 Princess of Wales Theatre 17 CMC 18 Hemispheres Music Projects 6 ProVOCE Studios 12 Canadian Stage Company 29 High Park Choirs of Toronto 6 Queen of Pu.ddings 19 . Cantabile Chorale 15, 16 Hope United Church 5 Richmond H1ll Presbytenan Choralairs of North York 13 Hummingbird Centre 8 Church 15, 16 Christ Church Deer Park 6 Hungarian Helicon Society 9 Rick Shadrach Lazar & Church of St. Leonard 5 I Furiosi Baroque Ensemble 10 Montuno Police 13 Church of the Holy Trinity 4, 7, International Children's Festival Rosedale Heights School 13 14, 21, 28, jy5 Mississauga 12, 13, 15 Roy Thomson Hall 2, 3 , 5 , 10, 24 Church of the Redeemer 12, 27 J.H.S. Opera Association 9 12, 14, 16, 17, 19, 2 , , Claviers Baroques 19 John Kameel Farah 6 26, 28-30, jy3, jy4 Clearly Classip Concerts 4 Jubilate Singers 5 Royal Bank Theatre 27 COBA 3 Lansing United Church 20 Royal George Theatre, Columbus Centre 25 Leah Posluns Theatre 19 Niagara-on-the-Lake 2 Continuum 24 Lunch Hour at St. James' 1, 8 Royal Ontario Museum 1-3 Coro Giuseppe Verdi 25 McMichael 6 S.H.I.M.ie 20 Couchiching Park 27 Mel Lastman Square 22, jy1, jy4 Sabat/Ciarke Duo 17 Deer Park Church 4 Metropolitan Silver Band 27 Salvation Army Temple 5 Du Maurier Downtown Jazz Metropolitan United Church 28 Shaw Festival 2 Festival 30 Mill Pond Park 29 Sine Nomine & Friends 7 '99 uthoJengte= 5, 12, 19, 26 Small World 18 Sound Post 6 Soundstreams Canada/ CBC Radio Two 2 Spadina House 6, 13, 27 St. Andrew's Church 10 St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Ancaster 4 St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Newmarket ~ 3 St. Anne's Church 6, 7, 20 St. James' Cathedral jy4 St. Lawrence Hall 9 St. Lawrence Works 4 St. Paul's 10, 17, 24 St. Paul's Church, Hamilton. 6 Stratford Festival 2, 4 , Studio Strings of Mississauga 5 Studio Theatre, Ford Centre 20 Tapestry Chamber Choir 13 The Aldeburgh Connection 11 The Salon, 400 Walmer 11 Thornhill Community Band 22, 29 Toronto Camerata 5, 6 Toronto Choral Society 2 Toronto Early Music Centre 13 Toronto Music Garden 20, 27, jy4 Toronto Senior Strings 1 0 TSO 2, 3, 5, 1 0, 12, 14, 16, 17, 19, 23, 24, 26, 28-30, jy3, jy4 Toro~to Welsh Male Voice Choir 5 Trinity-St. Paul's Church 2, 5, 7 VIA Rail Canada jy1 Victoria College Chapel 1 3 Victoria Scholars 13 Voices 12 Walter Hall 1 8 Westminster Church 5 Wycliffe College/Institute for Christian Studies/Imago 25 Yorkminster Park Baptist 4 ETCETERA FILE CONTINUED FROM PAGE 3 7 June 6 1 :30: Toronto Early Music Piayers Organization worRshop for all players of baroque and renaissance instruments, with Betsy MacMillan, a member of Ensemble Arion of Montreal. Lansing United Church, 49 Bogert Ave. 463-0578. .(members free). June 7 7:00: Hemispheres Music Projects presents DOmusic in Toronto. Improvisation workshop featuring exercises that help performers tune in to a group sound, dealing with issues such as accompanying, leading, following, anticipating & reacting to others. Players of any instrument with basic to advanced performance skills welcome. Music Gallery, 1 79 Richmond St. West. 656-5160. ,/session or , for all five sessions. June 12 2:00: Long and McQuade presents a saxophone workshop with Daniel Rubin~ff. concert saxophonist. 925 Bl~or St. West. 534-3022. Free. June 14 7:00: Hemispheres Music Projects presents DOmusic in Toronto. Improvisation workshop featuring exercises & group improvisations based on pulse and physicality. Players of any instrument with basic to advanced performance skills welcome. Music Gallery, 179 Richmond St. West. 656-5160. ,/session or , for all five sessions. June 15 7:00: Hemispheres Music Projects presents DOmusic in Toronto. Improvisation workshop exploring recent trends in jazz composition and improvisation. Players of any instrument with basic to advanced performance skills welcome. Music Gallery, 179Richmond St. West. 656- 5160. ,/session or , for all five sessions. June 23 7:00: Hemispheres Music Projects presents DOmusic in Toronto. Workshop illustrating methods to develop ability and confidence in uncharted territory. Players of any instrument with basic to advanced performance skills welcome. Music Gallery, 179 Richmond St. West. 656-5160. ,/session or , for all five sessions. June 24 8:00: Toronto Folk Singers' Club meeting. An informal group whose purpose is to perform & exchange songs. Tranzac Club, 292 Brunswick Ave. 537-7422. June 25, 26 & 27: St. James' Cathedral Guild of Change Ringers presents a Twelve Bell .Practice Weekend. Ringers with varying degrees of experience are welcome to participate. Preliminary Schedule: • Friday 5-9pm: general ringing • Saturday 9am-4pm: tower and handball ringing; 4-Spm: Quarter peal (open louvres); 6pm: Reception; 7:30pm: Dinner. • S1,1nday Service ringing (tower and handballs) followed by general ringing and quarter peals. Deadline June 1 0. 65 Church St. 905-857-2152. . June 28 7:00: Hemispheres Music Projects presents DOmusic in Toronto. Workshop in creating work that is tailored to the individual strengths of the performers on hand. Players of any instrument with basic.to advanced performance skills welcome. Music Gallery, 1 79 Richmond St. West. 656-5160. ,/session or , for all five sessions. July 5 7:00: Richmond Hill Community Orchestra invites intermediate and advanced band instrumentalists to· participate in its weekly summer program of classic Big Band and Modern Swing, involving explorations of the music of Ellington, Basie, Dorsey, Miller & Cherry Poppin' Daddies. For more information contact David Blackmore at 905-889-6382.

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