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Volume 5 Issue 6 - March 2000

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¥10 ·rSrec&~l :Fe~hn·e by Bernard Martin Camps, Retreats and Vacations - Learning Music this Summer There are two kinds of people: those who sit down in the month of March with maps and travel brochures and make their summer vacation plans far in advance; and those who don't. For you in the first group, we present our third annual roundup of summer music learning: summer camps, family programs, conservatory-level summer academies, adult education programs and music tours. Now is the time to select your children's music camp, fit the family vacation time around music lessons, or choose a retreat where you can polish your technique. Programs are grouped by age level. Some programs are only for children, some are geared at seniors. The "All Ages" category means a program offers courses for students of many ages, but not that each course is open to everyone. "Children and Youth" programs are mainly for those 18 and under. "Young Musicians" are musicians young in experience, but not necessarily age. The World Wide Web is rapidly becoming the fastest way to get complete and up-to-date program information for these programs. When available, web sites are given first, followed by postal address, phone, and e-mail. We have done what we can to ensure information is correct and current at time of publication. Please confirm all details including program contents, entrance requirements, deadlines, and prices with the individual organizations. A program's presence on the list does not imply an endorsement by WholeNote. All Ages The Royal Conservatory of Music bas perhaps the most comprehensive and varied selection of music courses in Ontario, for students of all ages at bt:ginm:r, iut~::nm:tliale, and advanced levels. The RCM runs its Summer Never Sounded So Good program between July 4 and August 11 on its downtown Toronto and Mississauga campuses. RCM offers private lessons for all ages and levels, and a six-week condensed Theory Class (July through early August) in preparation for the RCM exam. Call RCM to confirm this year's schedule. Courses designed especially for children in past years have included Music with Your Baby (6 months to 3 years), Preparatory Music for 3 year olds accompanied by a caregiver, Eurythmics (3 to 5), Summer Suzuki Plus (3+ ), and Keyboards and Computers for 6 to 10 year olds with up to 2 years of piano. Recent adult programs have included introductory courses like An Introduction to Singing and Guitar from Scratch, as well as Recorder Ensembles, Baroque Ensembles, and Composition. Music teachers have enhanced their professional skills ·with courses like Piano Pedagogy, 0&-ff Schulwerk, Kodaly Level II, Technology for Music Teachers, and Early Childhood Music Education. For a brochure call the RCM Registration Office in Toronto at 416-408-2825 or in Mississauga at 905-891-7944. CAMMAC (Canadian Amateur Musicians/ Musiciens Amateurs du Canada) offers a wide range of family-oriented music CAMM}t Canadian Amateur Musicians I Musiciens Amateurs du Canada Do you like to make music? Plan a musical vacation! o group instruction o instrumental and vocal o orchestra, band, choir o musical theatre o classical, jazz. world music o professional coaching staff o non-competitve atmosphere o swimming, nature walks Cedar Glen Music Centre for adult amateur singers and Instrumentalists (SO minutes north of Toronto) july 30 - August 6, 2000 August 6 - 13, 2000 o over 20 years of music making o programs for adult amateur music makers of all levels For information and brochure: (416) 964·3642 cedar_glen@cammac.ca Visit our website at www.cammac.ca Eileen Baldwin, r Albion Hills Conservation Area July 24th-July 29th, 2000 Residential camp for ages 9-16. No audition required. Offers young people the opportunity to learn about music and singing in a fun camp atmosphere. *Canoeing* g *Pioneering *Swimming *Group Dynamics *Survival Skills *Crafts *Skit Night *Campfire Registration deadline: May 12, 2000 For more information please contact Choirs Ontario Tel: (416) 923-1144 Fax: (416) 929-0415 Email: choirs.ontario@sympatico.ca A RESIDENTIAL CAMP SPECIALISING IN ARTS TRAINING THEATRE ~ T£1.;., *Boys& Girls. Ages 8-18 DANCE (BALLET, JAZZ ETC) ().~ • Located in the Niagara Region .....,E E Sessions from I 0 days to 7 weeks ..."' ATIV WRITING J * • ~ s ess10n · · me 1 u d e cu 1 lura 1 tnp · FINE ARTS Professional arts faculty., MUSIC THEATRE r.:11 ~~ ~~J High staff ratio. ACTING FOR TV cl FILM ~h·{~C~~ *Recreational Sports "ARTSQUEsr• ADVENTURE ~. 1(1'~ *LIT Program INTERNATIONAL TOURS ~'- tf *Accr~dited M_ember of. til~ . "' 011tarto Campmg Assoctatum. '!'PI~

making vacations in Ontario, Quebec and Nova Scotia. The CAMMAC Cedar Glen Sununer Music Centre is for adult amateur singers and instrumentalists of all levels. Children must fit into the adult program as there are no music programs specifically for children. Located on 250 acres in the Caledon Hills near Bolton, Ontario, Cedar Glen offers two one-weel< sessions, July 30 to August 6 and August 6 to 13. Students create their own program from courses in Orchestra, Choir, and String, Wind, and Jazz Ensembles, individual voice and instruments, and/or music theatre. Special classes only in Weel< 1 include Celtic music, steel pan, single and double reeds, and choral conducting, while Weel< 2 classes include African drumming, Lieder, saxophone, and Alexander technique. A typical day includes three classes, choir for all, rehearsal, free time and activities. Cedar Glen sports nature trails and a large outdoor swimming pooL In "keeping with CAMMAC's charter as a charitable organization, all Cedar Glen attendees must be registered members of CAMMAC. Visit www.cammac.ca, call416- 964-3642, or e-mail cammac@ionsys.com The CAMMAC Lake MacDonald Music Centre in the Laurentians north of Montreal offers programs geared to amateur adult musicians as well as continued on page 12 )', CAMMAC Lake MacDonald Music Centre J I I JYiu.sic for ~e :Hea.~,t::= .. Don."~ JYiiss Th.is. Oii:~j i'U: .:···..·· .. ~~~: :· ::::.~~~~~6~~t~~i!~~~a~~dapest Op'{~t;,,,,;) !:.tf:ilt:.;~ .. , Ralitz Tcholakova violin (Toronto Symphohiaf}:.::;H''?( Ewan Dobson guitar (1st place Cdn Music Comp'n) ' Performance selections from Elgar, Mozart, Paganini, Rossini, Verdi, Wieniawski Saturday March 25, 7:30 pm 1852 Queen St. E. (near Woodbine) Adults/Seniors S 1 0 ·Teens/Children 416-690-4552 The Bes~ :b-1 ~e Beach! The ROYAL CONSERVATORY of MUSIC Summer Music Programs for all ages and abilities! For over forly years rhis beauliful si1e on 1he shores of a rugged Lauremian lake has inspired coumless musicians wi1h i1s very special a1mosphere. Swimming. boa1ing and a superb 1ennis coun are also available 10 round ou1 a wonderful vaca1ion. The Music Cemre is one and a half hours nonh of Momreal. Courn!s: June 25- Aug. 20. Courses for amateur players and lovers of music chamber music • band • orchesrra • vooce • choirs • instrumenlal classes AfriCBil drummong • gamelan • earty musiC • lolkdance • jazz • Broadway song and dance • Tai chi • yoga • Alexander lechnique • children's and youlh programs & more www.cammac.ca • national@cammac.ca (888) 622-8755. (514} 932-8755 CAMMAC rs 11 r~~g~stsred chaflty dsvoted to crsatmg opportunities lor musans of ~tlllsvels to msks muste togsthsr in a rslaX8d, non-compsfltiw atmosphsrs. Ssssions ars by ths wesk • camping avails bill plus food and lodging packag11s. The perfect musical vacation! RECREATIONAL PIANO PROGRAM KROMERIZ, CZECH REPUBLIC • JULY 20-30, 2000 }uly4 -August 11 • Musical Theatre Workshop with William Shookoff (I 0 - 15 years) • Learn Cubase in 24 Hours • Take a Theory Exam this Summer! • Programs for Children (from 6 mos.) • Singing for Adults • Private Lessons • Pedagogy Courses For more information. please contact: (416) 408 2825 (905) 891 7944 273 Bloor St West 850 Enola Road Toronto. ON MSS I W2 M1ss•ssauga. ON L5G 4B2 Refresh Your Love of Music in a Unique Setting A program for adult amateur pianists who wish to share their passion for music with others in a unique cultural setting. • Private Lessons • Time to practice • Group seminars & discussions • Cultural Tours • Concerts Faculty: Peter Mose (Can) & Matthew Harre (USA) For a free CD-ROM and more information (416) 760-9319 info@symphonicworkshops.com www.symphonicworkshops.com

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