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Volume 5 Issue 10 - July/August 2000

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' ·OUR MEMBERS WRITE,

' ·OUR MEMBERS WRITE, .JULY/AUGUST 2000: I. Our members write Tricia Baldwin has been appointed Managing Director of Tafelmusik, beginning July 17. For the past three years Ms. Baldwin was Executive Director of Ballet British Columbia, responsible for the company's strategic business and operational goals. Under her leader- · ship, the ballet netted a cash surplus and a guarantee of ·future revenue stream. The Toronto Symphony Orchestra announces that Susan Haig will assume the position of conductor of the Toronto Symphony Youth Orchestra in September 2000. Currently artistic director of the Windsor. Symphony, Susan is a frequent guest conductor with orchestras such as the TSO, the National Arts Centre Orchestra and the Vancouver Symphony. THE ETCETERA, FILE Concertsingers is pleased to announce the appointment of Peter Tiefenbach as Music Director. He is a musician of extraordinary versatility whose career has included pianist, conductor," composer, accompanist, singer, teacher, , writer, lecturer and broadcaster. For more about Mr. Tiefenbach and the choii's exciting plans for the upcoming season, call 769- 7991. The Toronto School of Music Canada recently held two immensely successful concerts in which opera excerpts from Mozart, Donizetti and Puccini, as well as piano solos, violin solos and vocal numbers were performedl>y students from ages seven to seventy! For information about our school, phone (416)260-1882 or fax (416)222-8928. 11.Announcements,etc 705-746-2410. . . ANNOUNCEMENTS: *July 1 11 :OOam to 5:00: Mississauga Canada Day 2000. Music, dance & other activities taking place at The Main Stage, Children's Stage, Amphitheatre & The Great Hall. Mississauga Civic Centre. 905-896-5046. www.city.mississauga.on.ca/ CanadaDay2000 *July 1 & 2 2:00: du Maurier Downtown Jazz Festival. Salute to Louisiana & Street Party. Performers include: Silver Leaf Jazz Band, Tyler Yarema & His Rhythm, Bryan l!ee Blues Band & C.J.C::henie·r Ouly 1 ); Joshua Brown Sextet, Jireh Gospel Choir, Nils Landgren Funk Unit & Maceo Parker Ouly 2). University Avenue northbound between Queen & Armoury Streets. Free. www.torontojazz.com *July 1 7:00: Festival of the Sound. Canada Day Fundraising Cruise. Cruise through the islands & inlets on Georgian Bay while listening to pianist Craig Harley & his jazz ensemble "Fore" featuring Jennifer Ryan, vocals, Jordan O'Connor, bass & Nick Fraser, drums. Town Dock, 9 Bay Street, Parry Sound. *To· July 2: Great Canadian Town Band Festival. Music & unique events celeb/ating 200 years of town band tradition. Over 20 bands & musical groups from Ontario & the USA, playing a wide range of music from classical to contemporary, including ragtime, big band swing & traditional music of Sousa, Gilmore & others. Village of Orono, 1 hour east of Toronto. 905-983~5560. www.townbandfestival.com To July 7: Canadian Music Competitions. National Finals including International Stepping Stone. 45 musicians aged 16 to 31 compete in the advancedlevel ISS competition; 200 provincial winners aged 7 to 28 gather from across Canada to compete in the National Finals. Walter Hall, 80 Queen's Park. 929-4305. Free. www,.culturenet.ca/cmcomp/ *July 7, 8 & 9: Mariposa Folk Festival. Music presented on four stages; crafts, folk-play, food. Lake Coucbiching, Ori Ilia. 41 6- 588-3655. *July 7, 8 & 9: Shoppers Drug Mart. Toronto Street Festival. Opening concert July 7, 8:30 (see Daily Listings page' ?); musical performances by Judy & David, Luba, Molly Johnson, Njacko Backo, Gordie Sampson & many others, Saturday & Sunday from 11 :OOam to 11 :OOpm at the five Festival sites: Yonge & Lawrence; Yonge & Eglinton; Yonge & St. Clair; Yonge & Bloor; Yonge & King. Event hotline: 338-0338. Free. · *July 15 & 16. Town of Wasaga Beach. Celtic Festival 2000. 20 hours of professional entertainment, musicians, dancers & demonstrations, workshops by instrument makers, folk artists, woodcarvers, spinners & weavers. Celtic performers from North America, Ireland & Scotland. Great Northern Exhibition Fairgrounds, Fairgrounds Rd. off Hwy 26 between Wasaga Beach & Collingwood. 705-446c 1771. ,(sr, child under 12), (family), children under 5 free, weekend rates. * Augustl 1-13: Celtic Roots Festival. Performers include Ad Vielle Qui Pourra, Alastair Brown, Maggie Christi, Clachan, Abife Clancy & others; craft' artistry in pottery, stone carving, stained glass, Celtic illuminations, hand made instruments & other crafts; demonstrations & workshops in music, dance, storytelling & craft art. Lion's Harbour Park, West. St., Goderich, ON. 1-800-280- 7637. www.celtidestival.on.ca *August 18-20: G&S T2K: Singout, Eh? Participants will sing through the entire Gilbert & Sullivan canon, including chorus & solo roles (accompanists provided). Includes wine & cheese reception; Sunday brunch extra. Scarborough Village Theatre, 3600 Kingston Road. 596-8575. . www.interlog.com/-oris *To September 4 (show times posted daily): Ontario Science Centre. Music Makers: The science of sound .. .'the art of music. Interactive performances & exhibit display What Makes Music. Performers include Come from Every W ay Band, Subtonic Monks, Njacko Backo, La Perla, Rina Singha & others. 770 Don Mills Rd. 429-4100. $10,, (children 5-12). *Mississauga Symphony is collecting used books, cd's, records, sheet music, games, puzzles & videos for their sale in Septe~be r . For more info call · 905-615-4406 ext.2. *Toronto Arts Council announces its Grants to Music Creators and Composers Program (formerly Grants to Composers Program), which supports the creation of original music in any genre. ' Grants are available for independent, professional music creators and composers. Deadline for applications: July 10, 2000. For ' more information·call Brenda House: 392-6802 ext.207. .WORKSHOPS *June 12 to August 27: Centuries Opera Association. Summer Opera Workshop. Gluck: Orfeo e Eurydice; Donizetti: Don Pasquale. Leah Posluns Theatre, 4588 Bathurst St. 78.7-3708. *POSTPONED* *T September 4, daily at 11 :30, 1 :30 & 3:30: Ontario Science Centre. Music M akers Family Workshops. Participants will learn about the various ways that music affects our daily lives. How do different types of music make you feel? What are the different ways that you can create music & musical instruments? 770 Don Mills Rd. 429-4100. $10,,(children 5-12). *July 1-21: Summer Tabla Workshops 2000. Learn the art of Benares Baj with Pandit Sharda Sahai. Group & private classes available. For more info call Ravi Singh at 293-1942. *July 2 10:30am: Performing With Ease, Assurance & Enjoyment. Workshop for string players & other performers given by Kato Havas, preeminent expert on relief of strain & tension, avoidance of repetitive strain injury & prevention of stage fright. 787- 6608. *CANCELLED * *July 15 12:00 noon: U~iversity Settlement Music & Arts School: Grange Festival 2000. Family event including international music, dance, food, games, crafts & more. 23 Grange Rd. 598-3444. *July 17-21: Royal School of Church Music. Church Music in the new Millennium. Workshops, seminars & worship services with faculty: W illis Noble, William M addox, The Rev. Ian Noseworthy & The Rev. Mark Andrews. St. Aidan's Anglican Church & Gardens, 70 Silver Birch Ave. 489-1878. ' , *July 20 2:00 & 21 2:30: Thornhill Chamber Music Continued on page 36

ACCOMPANIST REQUIRED"' September 2000. Toronto Welsh Male Voice Choir. Approximately 40 rehearsals/1 O concerts per year. Paid position. Choir based in North Toronto. Send resume to David Low, 286 Park St. S. Hamilton L8P 3G4 ASAP or fax 905-522-1779. 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. III. Unclassified advertising DO YOU SING? DO YOU CYCLE? Can you carry a tune in a pannier? Join SONG CYCLES, Toronto's . Bicycle Choir. Call Susan 416-698- .2772. ' DOUBU BASSES bought and sold. 3/4 and 7 /8 sizes. Cal I (705) 721- 8229. ' DPS PIANO TUNING and repair, inspection and regulation. Ask for Dimitrios.416-701-1521. . ACHING BACK, NECK, ARMS OR SHOULDERS?Preperformance jitters? Let Massage Therapy soothe and relieve you. At Bloor )CC, EAR TRAINING, MUSICIANSHIP, . SIGHT-SINGING, dictation, rhythmic training, keyboard skills, theory {all Conservatory-type subjects, solfa, jazz). All levels, southwest corner of Bloor & professional/serious beginners. · . Spadina. Call Ted Thomas 536- Detailed study avai I able - J.S. Bach, 9446 or Lorraine Wilson 41 d­ Renaissance, Jazz. Art Levine, .8814. , MA,ARCT; Host of "This· is Art" on !:===========~ CBC; RCM Professional School . COMPOSER WITH M.A. Specialist in all music theory. Available for lessons or specific problems in composition (technique, structure, orchestra- , tion, arranging). All RCM theory grades. Tel: 416-760- 7330. Faculty; ·Instructor, University of Toronto, etc. 416-924-8613. Visit website: www.artlevine.com HAVE YOU EVER WANTED TO SING, thought you wouldn't or DIGITAL VIDEO RECORDING Being there is better but for posterity, · the absent, or personal critique let / me capture your performance. BLUE . NEVUS VIDEO PROD. Contact Jon • Private lessons Rzadki, (416)829-6345. • Public & private functions Concert Recording • Professional digital recording of your concert 9 (plus tape cost) Deluxe Concert Recording • Professional digital recording of your concert • Digital editing • Mastering of a CD 0 (plus tape cost) dd o .. , Dowo p,,P,oo, 535-0401 contact: Mike Whitla www.deepdownproductions.com ELEGANT BACKGROUND JAZZ for any function. Impressive client list. Solo piano to 8-piece band. Lam­ Chops Music Group 416-691-0265. Japanese Kato Music • Classical & contemporary ,.... ~ music couldn't, or do you just want a place to play with the possibilities of your voice. Small groups. 6- . · Johanne, 461-8425. ·- LEASIDE UNITED CHURCH CHANCEL CHOIR r~quires' alto arid bass section lead singers beginning in September. Eclectic music program. Contact Sharon Beckstead at (416)696-6051. LET'S WRITE YOUR BOOK. Tyrus Reiman. Professional memoirist. Published author. Amateur musician. 416.498.8737 . MALE SINGERS WANTED. Tenor . and bass. For synagogue choir in North York. Should be familiar with synagogue service. 416-633-7990. MAUREEN SMITH MUSIC STUDIO, Ongoing Adult Courses. Feldenkrais, Alexander & Mitzvah Technique for RSI, Discover Your Singing Voice, Psychology of Performance, Theory, Harmony & Cbords, Pia.no, Beginning Instrumental Music: Saxophone, trumpet, clarinet, flute. Phone: 416- 620-1231 or visit www.globalserve.net/-mebs , We buy your classical LP collection (like Beethoven. Mozart, Stockhau sen) we travel ·anywhere for good coll~ction - 314 CHURCHILL AVE. NORTH YORK, ONTARIO M2R 1E7 CANADA Fax No: (1) 416-224-2964 Phone No: (1) 416-224-1956 www.interlog.com/-mikro MIKROKOSMOS MERLIN WILLIAMS is available to do digital recordings of your orchestra, band, choir or chamber group on location. Reasonable rates for archival and demo recordings. For more info, call (416)489-0275 or email: merlinw@netcom.ca' • MUSIC FOR ALL OCCASIONS! Duets, Trios, Dance Band, Big Band. Background, Centre-stage. Class'ical, Contemporary, Dixieland, Jazz! JSL Enterprises 905-276-3373. MUSICIANS WANTED! Peel Regional Police Band. Com·munity .performances. Canadian US trips. Full dress uniform. Call Roper Galloway 905-453-2121 x 8740. PIANIST WILL PLAY jazz-flavoured background music free ofcharge at charitable and non-profit events. Can bring own piano. Call Neville at (905)877-8471. PROFESSIONAL COMPUTERIZED MUSIC COPYING {engraving). Scores and parts. Reasonable prices. Also avai I able free web page design. Tel.(416)635-1420. UNCLASSIFIED ADS CONTINUE NEXT PAGE WESTERBLOM MUSIC STUDIO SUZUKI AND TRADITIONAL METHODS VIOLIN AND PIANO ENROLLMENT FROM AGES 4 TO ADULT 219 DANFORTH AVE., TORONTO AND DON MILLS AND SHEPPARD AVE., NORTH YORK ., MARE WESTERBLOM (416) 756-0671 . I ~! ~ presents < ~ An Evening of Arias < ~ and Art Songs · - ~ < Bellini, Gounod, Puccini, Schubert, ? ~ Strauss. Verdi & more ~ ~ Sat, Sep 16 1 \ 2000 8:00PM < < Deer Park United Church < S 129 St. Clair Ave.W/at·Avenue Rd. ( Free parking at Imperial Oil Building < ~ . Christine Chan, soprano Eva Zuber, s9prano Thomas Leung, tenor Michael Nasato, tenor < < ~ Free. Donations welcome. ~ ~ · Informations: 416-763-2982

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