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Volume 5 Issue 1 - September 1999

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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. BAROQUE DANCE FOR BE­ GINNERS Donna Greenberg, instructor. Eastminster United Church, 310 Danforth. Thursdays Sept.l6 - Nov.4, 1999 5:45- 7:15p.m. .00/session 416-653- 0938. CREATIVE MOVE•MENT & IMPROVISATION Learn to express yourself through movement! Donna Greenberg, instructor. Eastminster United Church, 310 Danforth. Thursdays Sept.l6 - Nov.4, 1999, 7:45-9:15p.m. .00/ session. 416-653-0938. EAR TRAINING, MUSICIAN­ SHIP, SIGHT-SINGING, dictation, rhythmic training, keyboard skills, theory (all Conservatorytype subjects, solfa, jazz). All levels, professionaVserious beginners. Detailed study available - J.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. German. Excell.ent c.ondition. ,000o.b.o. 416-590-7577 or416- 690-8587 . . GOLDIE'S OWN Artist Management. Publicity Profiles - Performance Bookings. Tel: 416-379-7863 Email: g_ GUITAR INSTRUCTION from an experienced music educator/guitarist. Emphasis on classical and jazz guitar. George J. Grosman, M.A. is now accepting new students - beginners welcome! 416- 780-9120 HAVE YOU EVER WANTED TO SING, thought you wouldn't or couldn't, or do you just want a place to play with the possibilities of your voice. Small groups. 6-. Johanne, 461-8425. IF YOU HAVE ANY HOT TIPS for Toronto's outspoken independent classical music critic, please fax them to Peter Kristian Mose, 416- by qualified experienced teacher. day, September 10 and Saturday, 923-3825. Dull press releases also On subway line. 416-463-9284. September II. Call 960-0472. ok. NEWLY FORMED WOMEN'S JAZZ VOCALIST seeks jazz guitarist or pianist. Juliana 588-4242. day evening rehearsals. Sheppard­ CHOIR seeks members. Wednes­ Victoria Park. Folk, light classical, Broadway. 497-5952 or 444-1702. KAWAI KS-3F 52" (127 em) upright, polished ebony with bench, excellent condition, single user since new (1982), asking 00. Chris, daytime 905-238-8788. MUSIC THEORY FOR BE­ GINNERS, group or private lessons. RCM exams - reasonable rates. Gillian Fleming, 416-265- 5016. MUSIC THEORY, Harmony, Counterpoint, History, Ear Training, Sight-Singing. Expert preparation for all levels. R.C.M. and university entrance examinations PROFESSIONAL CLEANING SERVICES for apartments/homes. Days, evenings & weekends. Reasonable rates. References available. Julia: 416-289- 6857. PROFESSIONAL VOICE STU­ DIO Singing Technique for advanced students and beginners seeking career. Call Prof. James Sugg, 925-3799. pro VOCE STUDIOS opera workshop is holding auditions on Fri- S.O.S.! Yes, we would like your HELP in swelling our numbers, but our initials actually stand for SO­ CIETY OF SINGERS (formerly Singers Over Sixty) - a four-part mixed choir, rehearsing Mondays 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. (fall season beginning September 13) at Blythwood Baptist Church, Blythwood Road just east of Yonge (ample parking). We perform our mixed and frequently-changing program several times a year at Seniors' residences. Just turn up, or phone for more information. 487-7094, 421-9277. SCARBOROUGH BEL CANTO CHOIR, some vacancies, Tuesday rehearsals begin September for November concert. Call 905-831-8887 to arrange auditions. Index of presenters and venues Please note numbers refer to days of the month, not page numbers. 0 "o" before a date signifies Octobert Amadeus Ensemble 28 Amati Quartet 29 Ann Tindal Stage 5, 6 Aradia o2 Artword Theatre 29 Ashkenaz: A Festival of New Yiddish Culture 1 , 2, 4-6 Baroque Music Beside the Grange o3 Betty Oliphant Theatre 24 Brigantine Room 1 , 2, 4-6 Canadian Concert & Recital Artists o2 Canadian National Exhibition 2 Canadian Opera Company 23, · 24 . Cathedral Bluffs Sympho~y · Orchestra 26 · · Cedar Ridge Creative Centre 11 Chamber Music Unlimited 26 Chapters Bookstore o3 Church of the Holy Trinity 6 City of Toronto Sunday Concert Series 19 CNE Bandshell 2 Convocation Hall 11 Dewi Sant United Church 25 Eastminster Church 26 Eaton Court 12 Etobicoke Community Concert Band 24 Ettore Mazzoleni Concert Hail 26 First Unitarian Congregation 22 Flying Cloud Folk Club 1 2 Ford Centre for the Performing Arts 22, 25, o1 -o3, o6 Frontier College 11 George Weston Recital Hall 22- 25, 28, o1-o3, o6 Glenn Gould Studio o2, o3 Grace Church on-the-Hill 24 Hammerson Hall o2, o3 Harbourfront Centre 12, 19, 26,o3 Heliconian Hall o3 Hummingbird Centre 23, 24 Jane Mallett Theatre 28, 30 John Paul II Polish-Canadian Cultural Centre 23, 26 leaside Church 1 9 living Arts Centre Mississauga o3 Massey Hall 30, o2 Meadowvale Music Theatre/High Society Big Band 1 8 Mel lastman Square 3-6 Metropolitan United Church 27, o2,o6 Mirvish Productions 8 Mississauga Symphony Pops . o2 · · Molson Place, Harbourfront 4-6 Mooredale Concerts 28 Music at Humbercrest 18 Music at Metropolitan o2, o6 Music at Rosedale 26 Music at St. James' Cathedral 14,21,28,05 Music Gallery 10, 11, 14, 16- 19, 21, 24-26, 28, 30-o3, o6, o7 Music Hall 10 Nathan Phillips Square 3 N(lwmarket Theatre 25 North Toronto Institute of Music 19 Off Centre Music Series o3 Ontario Youth Choir 23, 26 Oshawa-Durham Symphony Orchestra 25 P.M. Productions/CubeCity 24 Phoenix Records 24 Premiere Dance Theatre 5, 6 Princess of Wales Theatre 8 ProVOCE Studios 25 Recital Hall, 050 Mclaughlin College 22, 29, o5 Reprise Concerts 30 Roy Thomson Hall 23, 25, 27, 29-o2, o6, o7 Royal York Road Church 24 Salvation Army Temple 25 Sanderson Centre 18, o 7 Scarborough Civic Centre 19, 26 Scarborough Garden & Horticultural Society 11 Serenade o2 St. George the Martyr Church o3 St. John's United Church 23 St. Paul's Bloor Street 9, 16, 23,30, o7 Tafelmusik 23-26 Temple Baptist Church o2 The Chapel, Victoria University 19 . The Stone Church 25 Theatre Sheridan 23 Toronto Early Music Centre/ Royal Ontario Museum 1 2 Toronto Mozart Society 22 Toronto Philharmonia 3, 23 Toronto Sinfonietta o3 Toronto Symphony Orchestra 23,25,27, 29~2 . o6,o7 Toronto Welsh Male Voice Choir 25 Trinity-St. Paul's Church 23-26 University of Toronto Faculty of Music 21, 23, 30 Victoria-Royce Presbyterian Church 11 Walter Hall 21, 23, 30, o2 Winter Garden Theatre o 1 Winters College Senior Common Room 24 York Quay Centre 12, 19, 26, o3 York University Dept. of Music 22,24, 29 York University Faculty of Fine Arts o5 Yorkminster Pa rk Church 22, 29, o6

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