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Volume 5 Issue 1 - September 1999

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New York • Los Angeles Washington, DC • Toronto 416-960-0472 Classes Learn to Sing! for adult beginners Sightsinging Opera Workshop (Auditions in September) German Lieder French Diction and Melody Early Music Performance Practice Performance: Coordinating Singing with Acting • • • Faculty Recital Saturday Sept. 25, 8:00 p.m. The Stone Church 45 Davenport Rd. at Bay For Children Kindermusik with Jackie Juriancz {Ages 0-3) Call416-778-0828 Early Childhood Music (Ages 3-5) Call 416-658-7140 Kodaly {Ages 5-6) call416~658-7140 • • • Music and Movement {Ages 6-8) Young Singers Group Classes {Ages 8-11 and 12-14) Register now! Space is limited. playing the organ in an all Handel program. The Aradia Baroque Orchestra, under artistic director, Serenade ~ Music Instruction Piano, Theory, History Sight-Singing, Ear Training Student Ensembles Piano and Strings Piano Duets Piano Accompanying Exams, Festivals, Recitals Central Location Pape & Danforth Reasonable Rates All Ages & Levels ~ {416} 778-5736 Kevin Mallon, will begin its fifth season, with a concert of music by many different composers at the Glenn Gould Studio on October 2. The soloist at that concert will be Toronto's own recorder virtuoso, Alison Melville, who, incidentally, has recently been appointed to the faculty of the prestigious Oberlin School of Music as a teacher of the recorder. Ms. Melville is also co-artistic director, along with recorder and clarinet player, Colin Savage, of the Baroque Music Beside the Grange concert series, which is now entering its sixteenth season. This concert will feature the vocal component of the Toronto Consort accompanied by instrumental musicians, among whom will be this month's "Musician in Our Midst," Margaret Gay (see page 43) NEW BEGINNING The Ford Centre for the Performing Arts opens its season with two concerts by Canada's renowned tenor, Ben Heppner. It Toronto School of Music Canada Maureen Forrester, Honorary Chair Colin Yip, President We offer superb musical instruction by a distinguished teaching faculty of world-renowned musicians. International Opera Centre One year professional opera training program with William Shookhoffas artistic director and performance with orchestral accompaniment. Professional Performance Diploma For high school graduates who wish to become professional musicians. (Piano, Voice, Strings, Woodwinds, Composition, Jazz, Chinese Music, Church Music, Opera, Musical Theatre) Professional Advanced Certificate Proeram Advanced level studies for the professional student. (Piano, Voice, Strings, Woodwinds) . General Music Education Private or group instruction for children (ages 4 and up) as well as adults from beginners to advanced levels. SCHOLARSHIPS available to TALENTS in ALL DISCIPLINES. For information and registration, please contact Toronto School of Music Canada Downtown: 349 Queen Street West, Suite 201, Toronto, Ont, M5V2A4 Tel. (416) 260-1882 Fax (416) 222-8928 North York: No. 1 Bowan Court, North York, Ontario, M2K3A8 Tel. (416) 346-6%3 Fax. ( 416) 222-8928 is our understanding that the future of the Ford Centre lies very much in the hands of you, the audience. Buy tickets in large enough numbers, and there will be many more seasons of the excellent classical music programming WholeNote has documented there for the past four years. OFF CENTRE, ON TRACK The oddly named Off Centre Music Series has been a great success because of its top-flight performers and interesting thematic programming. It has been so successful, in fact, that it has had to abandon the charming but cramped Arts and Letters Club for the more spacious Glenn Gould Studio. Co-artistic director, Inna Perkis assures us that the stage will be transformed to recreate an authentic 19th Century European salon and can promise better sight-lines, superior acoustics and a lot more room to enjoy the coffee, pastries and conversation that follow each concert. First up in their new venue, October 3, are guests, violinist llya Kaler and mezzo, Linda Maguire, accompanied by Inna Perkis and Boi'is Zarankin. Adolfo DeSantis Pianist and conductor Private lessons in Italian rcpcr1oirc Music Director and Opera Coach Graduate of Orchestral Conducting at: A. Casella ConscrvatOt)', L'Aqu.ila, Italy Suzanne Young Violinist Pri\'atc and group lessons for all ages, beginners to advanced with approach catered to indiv idual needs (option of RCM exam preparation) Fonner fuJI-time teacher at the Vancouver Academy of Music (Y:\~f) and pcrfonncr with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra Michele Strano Tenor Singing Teacher, pri\'atc lessons Voice placement Breathing for voice control f..·1astcr classes in singing and interpretation Italian comprehension for voice, llltlsic actin~ Interpretation of Neapolitan singing Piano Lessons Students of all levels lndi\·idual approach Preparation for RCM exam.-.; 1 1 nlfessional pianist and cxpcricnrcd tciichcrs \Vith masters in llliL-;ic

' Hear and Now, continued from page 28 new works which will be performed by leading Canadian artists of all ages and cultural backgrounds, from diverse regions throughout this vast land." Some of the Toronto events will include: Music Originating in the Period of Cornelius Krieghoff arranged by John Beckwith at the AGO; New Work for Four Choirs and Chamber Orchestra by Randolph Peters as part of the Encounters 2000 series; In Memoriam Theory Composition Lessons Elmer Iseler by Christos Hatzis performed by the Elmer Iseler Singers; and new choral works by Robert Evans, Chan Ka Nin and Eleanor Daley to be performed by the Toronto Mendelssohn Youth Choir, Toronto Children's Chorus and the Amadeus Choir. These are just a few of the treats in store for Toro;lto audiences in the months to come. Stay tuned for full details and lots, lots more. David 0/ds is the producer and host qf the Canadian Music High Fidelity D J ~/u,p.ud wuuie for discerning guests at weddings and special events. ~ 18 languages. ~ clbulWpJUh WlUtd quali/J,Jllt'lllll-l llwrfuu 416 757-2161 ' Centres flagship radio program Canadian Currents heard weekly on CJRT-FM (see listings above). ) ) ) ) ) MASSAGE THERAPY. FOR •Neck & Shoulder Stiffness • • Stress• • Muscle Spasms • • Headaches • • Work Related Discomfort • eLow Back Pain • • Sport Injuries • Providing Effective PAIN RELIEF (416) 231-7177 (Dundas at Burnhamthorpe) ~,,i.! ~"" ··················· '4~QJ9! 416·rRR-o642 t:)..l b -6 rR-44-J) I OMIA '"'"''Jer DR. DAVID W. ROE (Composerneacher) Music theory, Harmony, Counterpoint, History, Arranging, Composition Trombone Prep for Conservatory Exams or for Personal Advancement Call Aurora (905) 726-2152 esprit orchestra MANAGEMENT POSITION AVAILABLE Operations Manager needed for busy, not-for-profit orchestra. Areas of responsibility: administration, concert production, finance, marketing, PR, fundraising. Strong knowledge of computers required (word processing, desktop publishing, spreadsheet). Demonstrated interest in contemporary and orchestral music an asset. No calls please. Send resume by September 17 to: Esprit Orchestra c/o Mr. Paul Min gay Borden & Elliot, Barristers & Solicitors 40 King Street West Scotia Plaza- Suite 4400 Toronto, Ontario M5H 3Y4 ~ Debut Designs •.•..........•............ Gowns for soloists, orchestral players, debut recitals, and for special occassions. Women's dresses and casual clothing Men's shirts and slacks Marl' t\eitshu 400 Walmer Rd. Suite 1805 Toronto, ON M5P 2X7 Tel: 416-975-0239 Fax: 416-963-9443 e-mail: mheitshu@sympatico.ca BLANCHE FERNANDES B.Phe., RMT 10 Years experience as a Registered Massage Therapist We. buy EfiJfJ of your &llt!E30fl&fii1 f.bffJs (vinyl !} . {like Beethoven, Mozart, Stockhausen) We travel anywhere for good collection MIKROKOSMOS Mail Order Company tr (416) - 224 - 1956 Fax (416) - 224 - 2964 Ask our free, monthly set-sale catalogue: . More than 8J.(j)JJJJ &]~ [b£P!B (J'J 'lJ&Jgj every month Many audiophile Decca & EMI reaords (Sorry, mail or phone order only ! )

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