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Volume 6 Issue 1 - September 2000

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  • September
  • Toronto
  • October
  • Theatre
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  • Choir
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O(includes all afternoon session events). > > 8:00: City of Hamilton/American Liszt Society. Great Romantics Festival: Hiromi Okada, piano in Recital Music by Liszt. Convocation Hall, McMaster University. 905·525·9140 ext.23674. · O(includes all evening session events). Saturday October 07 > > 10:30am: City of Hamilton/ American Liszt Society. Great Romantics Festival· lieder Recital Songs by Liszt. Janet Obermeyer, soprano; Leslie De' Ath, piano. Centenary United Church, Hamilton. 905·525·9140 ext.23674. (includes all morning session events). > > 11 :30am: City of Hamilton/ American Liszt Society. Great Romantics Festival· Homage to Hungary. Liszt: Hungarian Rhapsodies #s 12 & 15. Valerie Tryon, piano. Centenary United Church, Hamilton. 905·525·9140 ext.23674. O(includes all morning session events). > > 3:00: City of Hamilton/American Liszt Society. Great Romantics Festival: Ian Sadler, organ, in Recital. Liszt: Variations on Weinen, Klagen, lorgen, Sagen. Christ's Church Cathedral, Hamilton. 905·525·9140 ext.23674. (includes all afterno.on session events). > > 3:30: City of Hamilton/American ' Liszt Society. Great Romantics Festival· John laing Singers. Liszt: Via Crucis. Janet Obermeyer, soprano; Ian Sadler, organ; John Laing, conductor. Christ's Church Cathedral, Hamilton. 905·525·9140 ext.23674. O(includes all afternoon session events). TOO LATE TO LIST September 9 6:00: Artist International Music & Dance Association. A Night of Bel Canto. Glenn Gould Studio, 250 Front St. West. 205·5555. ,. September 12, 1 :OD pm: lunch Hour at St James: Michael Bloss & James Spragg. Organ and Trumpet Fireworks. 65 Church St, 364-7865. Free. September 13 8:00?: Music Gallery. NOW Orchestra w/George lewis, trombone/ composer. St. George the Martyr Church, 197 John St. 204· 1080. ,. September 19, 1 :OOpm: lunch Hourat St James: Guirino diGiulio, organ. 65 Church St, 364· 7865. Free. September 23 8:00?: Arkell School· house. MadriGAlS. 843 Watson Rd., South Arkell. 519·763·7528. . September 24 2:00: Daniel Johannsen, tenor & Brian Hanke, piano in Recital St. Andrew's Church, 117 Bloor St. E.929·0811. September 24 7:00: Roy Thomson Hall. Ravi Shankar, sitar in Recital 60 Simcoe. 593-4828. to 0. September 26, 1 :OOpm: lunch Hour at St James: Nina Scott·Stoddard, soprano and Peter Bishop, organ. 65 Church St, 364· 7865. Free. September 27 8:007: Arkell School· house. A Song of Lilith. Larysa Kuzmenko, composer; musicians & visual art. 843 Watson Rd., South Arkell. 519·763·7528. . September 28 8:00?: Music Gallery. Gauri & Guha. North Indian classical music. St. George the Martyr Church, 197 J~hn ' St. 204· 1080. ,. September 30 8:00?: Arkell Schoolhouse. David Essig: Canadian Folk legend. 843 Watson Rd., South Arkell. 519·763·7528. . September 30 8:00?: Hart House Theatre. Jazl8nce 2000. 7 Hart House Circle. 978· 8668. (door),(advance). October 1 3:00: Hart House Music Committee. Sunday Concert: Peter Longworth, piano. Great Hall, 7 Hart House Circle. 978·5362. Free. October 2 8:00?: Music Gallery. Victor Bateman, Renee Malamed & Bob Fenton. Theatre Passe Muraille, 16 Ryerson Ave. 204· _ 1080. . October 3, 1 :OOpm: lunch Hour at St James: Clement Carelse, organ. 65 Church St, 364· 7865. Free. October 6 8:00: Japan Foundation/ Toronto Downtown Jazz. Sadao Watanabe, jazz saxophone in Concert. Winter Garden Theatre, 189 Yonge St. 872-5555. to . October 6 8:00?: Music Gallery. Ringcycle. St. George the Martyr Church, 197 John St. 204· 1080. ,. October 7 8:00?: Arkell Schoolhouse. Rivka Boiani, viola. 843 Watson Rd., South Arkell. 519·763-7528. . October 7 8:00?: Music Gallery. Jaap Blonk & Paul Dutton. St. George the Martyr Church, 197 John St. 204-1080. ,. HONOURABLE MENTION September 23 2:30: Arts Toronto/ Chapters. Artsweek 2000: Toronto Sinfonietta Festival Brass. Cale concert of Big Screen classics. Chapters, 2225 Bloor St. West. 410-4379. September 27 8:00: Arts Toronto/ Chapters. Artsweek2000: Oasis Vocal Jazz. Evening of jazz, world music & original songs. Rivor Cafe, 413 Roncesvalles Ave. 535-3422. Elora Mill Country lnii. Sunday afternoon performances in the Penstock Lounge. 2:00 to 4:00. 519-846·5356. No cover. *September 3: Faille· Celtic music *September 10: Ronley Teper· bluesey folk I *September 17: Sandra Greig & Jim Campbell *September 24: Jason Campbell · jazz •October 1: Ashes of Eden Guelph Jazz Festival. Sleeman Jazz Tent on Carden Street, Guelph. 519-763-4952. Performances take place on Saturday, September 9 at the following times: * 11 :30: lebradonk * 1 :00: Sisters Euclid • 2:30: Paradox Trio • 4:00: Ritmo y lenguaje • 5:30: Jane Bunnett & Spirits of Havana · INDEX OF PRESENTERS AND VENUES Please note: Numbers refer to dates, not WholeNote page numbers. •oc• before a number signifies October; and "FA" after a venue signifies that'the listing is in "Further Afield," not the main listings. American Liszt Society (FA) Oc5-0c7 Concerts at St. George's Del Arts & Letters Club Oc6 Convocation Hall, McMaster University Arts Toronto 24, 26, 27, Del (FA) Oc5, Oc6 Beach Hebrew Institute 24 Cornell Junior Public School 26 Bellwoods Acoustic Concerts 24 Deer Park Church 16 Berkeley Street Theatre 19 Douglas Rice Studio 29 Bloor Street United Church 29 D.ublin St. United Church, Guelph (FA) 9 Bookshelf Cinema, Guelph (FA) 7.9 DUO 24 Burning Passions Theatre 13 Durham Region Concert Association (FA) 23 Calvin Presbyterian Church Oc 1 Eastminster Church 25 Calyx Concerts 30 Elgin Theatre 21 Canadian Opera Company 21, 22 Ergo Ensemble 22 Canadian Stage Theatre Upstairs 13 Ettore Mazzoleni Concert Hall 28, Oc 1, Oc5 CanStage 19 First Unitarian Congregation 26, 27 Cantores Celestas Women's Flying Cloud Folk Club 10, 17, 21, 24, Ocl Chamber Choir Oc 1 Friends of Victoria-Royce 9 Capitol Theatre, Port Hope (FA) 13 George Weston Recital Hall 21 Casa Loma 25 Glenn Gould Studio Oc5 CBC Radio Two Oc5 Grace Lutheran Church, Hamilton (FA) 10 Centenary United Church, Guelph Jazz Festival (FA) 6· 10 Hamilton (FA) Oc7 Hamilton Philharmonic Orchest.ra (FA) 23 Central Presbyterian Church, Hamilton Place (FA) 23, Oc5 Hamilton (FA) Oc5, Oc6 Hannaford Street Silver Band Oc 1 Chalmers United Church, Guelph (FA) 8 Harbourfront Centre 1·3 Chapters Book Store, Guelph (FA) 9 Henry Street High School, Whitby (FA) 23 Chapters Bookstore, Runnymede Theatre 23 Humbercrest United Church 30 Chapters.ca 16 Hummingbird Centre 21, 22 Christ Church Deer Park 22 Islington United Church 22 Christ's Church Cathedral, Jane Mallett Theatre 28, Ocl, Oc3, Oc5 Hamilton (FA) Oc7 Janice Owens 17 Chu Sisters 23 Jay Lambie Oc 1 Church of the Holy Trinity 4 . Kapralova Society Oc6 City of Hamilton (FA) Oc5-0c7 Kingston United Church Oc 1 City Playhouse, Vaughan 24 Le aside Concert Series Oc 1 30 Wholenote SEPTEMBER 1, 2000 - OCTOBER 7, 2000 Leaside Presbyterian Church Oi: 1 Macdonald Stewart Art Centre, Guelph IF.Al 6-8, 10 Massey Hall 15, 28, Oc 7 Mclaughlin Performance Hall 27 Mel Lastman Square 17 Metropolitan United Church 2, 23 Minkler Auditorium, Seneca College 16, 24 Molson Amphitheatre 6 Mooredale Concerts 28 Mozart Society 26 Music at M~tropolitan 2 Music Toronto Oc5 Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts 22, 23, 29, Oc 1, Oc4 OnStage at Glenn Gould Studio Oc2 Ontario Place 6 · Ontario Youth Choir 21, 25 Orion House Artists Management Dc3 Performing Arts Lodge 8 Port Hope festival Theatre (FA) 13 Riverdale Ensemble 16 Roy Thomson Hall 18, 20, 21, 23, 25, 27, 28, Oc2·0c5: Oc7 Royal Conservatory ·of Music Glenn Gould Professional School 28, Del, Oc5 Royal George Theatre, Niaga.ra·on·the·Lake (FA) 15 Salvation Army Temple, Oshawa (FA) 23 Sanderson Centre (FA) 20, 29, Oc5 Scarborough Civic Centre 24 Sears Theatre, Air Canada Centre 16 Shaw festival (FA) 3, 15, 17, Oc 1 Soldiers' Tower Carillon 3, 10, 17, 24 St. Cuthbert's Presbyterian Church (FA) 29 St. George's Anglican Church 23 St. George's on-the-Hill Church 22, Oc 1 St. Matthew on the Plains, Burlington (FA) 9 St. Matthias Church 24 Symphony Hamilton (FA) 9, 10 Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra 20·24 The Chapel, Victoria College 16 Thornhill Community Band 16, 24 Toronto C~ntre for the Arts Studio Theatre 23 Toronto Consort 29, 30 Toronto Philharmonia 21 Toronto Sinfonietta Festival Brass 23 Toronto Symphony Orchestra 15, 20, 21, 23,25,27, 28,0c2,0c3,0c4,0c7 Toronto Wagner Society 16 TRANZAC 10, 17, 21, 24, Ocl Trinity-St. Paul's Church 17, 20-24, 29, 30 Two plus Two 16 University of Toronto 3, 10, 17, 24 University of Toronto Faculty of Music 16, 21, 26, 28 Victoria Hall Concert Hall, Cobourg (FA) 8, 9 Victoria-Royce Presbyterian Church 9 Walter Hall 16, 21, 26, 28 Weston Silver Band (FA) 23 Whitby Band (FA) 23 Words and Music (FA) 8, 9 York Quay Centre 1 ·3 York University Dept. of Music 27 Yorkminster Citadel 17 Yorkminster Park Church 27, Oc4 Zero Gravity Gallery, Guelph (FA) 7

WHOLENOTE's UN CLASSIFIED Aos: SEPTEMBER 2000 ACCOUNTING AND INCOME TAX SERV­ . ICE for small business and individuals, to save you time and m9ney, customized to meet your needs. Nonn Pulker, B. Hath. CHA. 905-508-4274. ACHING BACK, NECK, ARMS OR SHOULDERS? Pre-perfonnance jitteri1 Let Massage Therapy soothe and relieve you. At Bloor JCC, southwest corner of Bloor & Spadina. Call Ted Thomas 536-9446 or Lorraine Wilson 410-8814. - AUDITIONS • THE AMARILLI SINGERS. Now auditioning experienced singers for 2000-2001 season. Exciting concert schedule is planned. Call to arrange an audition with director Karen Rymal 416-463 '. 9284. BARITONE SOLOIST REQUIRED • ST. GEORGE'S ANGLICAN CHURCH. Excellent , liturgy/music. Good remuneration. Church located at Dundas & Islington. Contact Karen Rymal - Organist & Choir Director. 416-463-9284. CELLO LESSONS Experienced and enthusiastic teacher. Near St Clair subway. Older beginner; welcome. Simone, 926-1578. COMPOSER WITH M.A. Specialist in all music theory. Available for lessons or specific problems in composition (technique, structure, orchestration, arranging). All RCH theory grades. Tel: 416-760- mo, DIGITAL VIDEO RECORDING Being there is ·better but for posterity. the absent or personal critique let me capture your perfonnance. BLUE NEVUS VIDEO · PROD. Contact Jon Rzadki, (416)829-6345. DOUBLE BASSES bought and sold. 3/4 and 7/8 sizes. C~ll (705)721-8229. DPS PIANO TUNING and repair, inspection and regulation. Ask for Dimitrios. 416-701-1521. . EAR TRAINING, MUSICIANSHIP, SIGHT­ SINGING, dictation, rhythmic training, keyboard skills; theory (all Conservatory-type subjects, solfa. jazz). All levels, professional/seriotiS beginners. Detailed study 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, 46 l-842S. MALE SINGERS WANTED. Tenor and bast . For synagogue choir in North York. Should be familiar with synagogue service. 4 I 6-6JJ-7990. MAUREEN SMITH MUSIC STUDIO, Ongo- . ing Adult Courm. Feldenkrais, Alexander & Hitzvah Technique for RSI, Discover Your Singing Voice, Psychology of· Perfonnance, Theory, Hannony &·'chords, Piano, Beginning lnstru.mental Music: Saxophone, trumpet clarinet flute. Phone: 416-620-123 I or visit www.globalserve.net/ -mebs MENHUNT Tenors and basses wanted for Etobicokebased choir specializing in Broadway and popular music. Call 416-225-0222 for more details. 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. Classical, Contemporary, Dixieland, jazz! JSL Enterprises 905- 276-JJ73. Part-time MUSIC DIRECTOR to begin September 2000. Responsible for Sunday music and leading adult choir. 6-8 hours/week; 42 weeks/year, 00. Needed: wide musical tastes and flexibility. Unitarian Congregation of South Peel (Mississauga). Fax resume 905-278-6364. ' PIANIST WILL PLAY jazz-flavoured background music free of charge at charitable and non-profit events. Can bring own piano. Call Neville at (905)877-8471. PLAY ANY RECORDING! Piano - by ear, notes, guitar symbols. Fonnal RCH keyboard hannony, theory. part writing. Transcriptions (anything). ARCT/Hus.Bac. 366-5667. PROFESSIONAL COMPUTERIZED MUSIC COPYING {engraving). Scores and parts. Reasonable available - j.S.Bach, Renaissance, jazz. Art Levine, · prices. Also available free web page design. Tel.(416)635- HA. ARCT; Host of "This is Art" on CBC; RCH Professional 1420. School Faculty: Instructor, Univeriity of Toronto, etc. SINGING LESSONS Experienced, qu~lified Bae. 416-924-8613. Visit website: www.artlevine.com Music. Classical. Semi-popular. R.C.H. prep., all levels. FLAMENCO DANCE CLASSES Bailamos! New Central focation. Interest in disabilities. 924-3877. Beginner flamenco classes for adults and children start- SOUNDSCAPE FLUTE & GUITAR DUO ing 3rd week of Sept Experience the music. rhythms Broad range of tasteful music available for weddings. and 'fire of dance from Spain. Two convenient locations receptions and other special occasions. Call: (416)657- at 452 College St. and JOO Lonsdale Rd. For info call 7895. Susana @ 416-920-2890. THE PERFORMING EDGE Perfonnance enhance­ HAVE YOU EVER WANTED TO SING, ment training in tension manageme_nt concentration, goal setting. imagery. Individualized to meet your perfonnance situation. Kate F. Hays. Ph.D .. C.Psych .. practising clinical and perfonning arts psychology. 416-961- 0487. . The SOCIETY OF SINGERS is a four-part choir which performs a varied and changing program at seniors' residences. We rehearse Mondays from I :00 till 3:00, at Blythwood Baptist Church, Blythwood Rd. just east of Yonge. (Ample parking behind c~urch.) Rehearsals begin September I I, 2000. Just turn up. or phone for more infonnation. 487-7094 or 421-9277 SINGING LESSONS Narelle Martinez ·Trained in Paris & Milan at T eatro alla Seala ·Assistant teacher at Nice Summer Academy France ·Faculty member INTERNA· TIONAL SCHOOL FOR MUSICAL ARTS · ·Teaching Kiwanis Winners, Provincial winners at Canadian Music Competition, Provincial winners, O.M.F.A. Serious students welcome Call 537-6033 VINYL RECORDS & CDS. High quality. dean Classical, Opera. jazz, Rock. Funk, etc. We buy ~nd sell. AROUND AGAIN; 18 Baldwin St. 416.979.2822. WOMEN'S AMATEUR CHOIR seeks new members. Wed. evenings, 7:30-9:30, Don Hills-Eglinton, folk, Broadway, light classical music. Begins Sept. 13. Call 497-4284 or 441-0701. Wqe ~usir ctrqambcr 217 Danforth Ave. (416) 406-1641 Newand Used Classical and Jazz CDs Trade-ins Accepted REOPENING IN ro·RONTO 18 years experie11ce . in shiatsu and massage Hybrid technique al/owi11g for profound states of rest and ·deepest psychosomatic healing r We buy your classical LP collection (like Beethoven. Mozart, Stockhausen) we travel anywhere for good collection 314 CHURCHILL AVE. NORTH YORK, ONTARIO M2R 1E7 CANADA Fax No: (1) 416-224-2964 Phone No: (1) 416-224-1956 www.foterlog.com/-mikro · MIKROKOSMOS Japanese Koto Music • Private .lessons • Public & private functions • Classical & contemporary music Linda Caplan Kato Shihan (416) 783-4652 lhcaplan@compuserve.com by appoinlmenl 361-1690 Adelaide Bell A.R.c.T. Pianist Teacher of Classical Piano Music Preparation .for Royal Conservatory Examinations, Recitals and Festivals; Studio In South-West Etoblcoke, Toronto ( 416) 251-8397 SEPTEMBER 1, 2000 • OCTOBER 7' 2000 Whole note 31

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