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Volume 6 Issue 7 - April 2001

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ETCETERA Fl LE ANNOUNCEMENTS •April 1: International Resource Centre For Performing Artists. An Encounter with Soprano Shirley Verrett. Offering career assessment & direction for singers, coaches, piaoists & conductors. Twelve participants. Columbus Centre, 901 Lawrence Ave. West. 416-362-1422. 0(1RC members), 5(non-members; includes IRC membership). Observers welcome: $ 20/session. · •April 11 7:30: Rotary Club Of Willowdale. Evening with Craig Macfarlane, blind athlete,,musician & writer. Includes performa.nces by pianists Craig Macfarlane, INDEX OF PRESENTERS AND VENUES Axel Cremmelspacher & Meow-Meow Yu, book signing, reception & other highlights. Toronto Centre for the Arts, 5040 Yonge St. 416-298-1680. •April 17 -May 22: Royal Canadian College of Organists, Hamilton Centre. Tools & Techniques in Cliurch Music. Sixevening course, Tuesdays 7-1 Opm. This popular, practical, ecumenical course for organists & choir directors focuses on fundamental skills at both basic & ·intermediate levels in organ techniques, hymn playing, choral conducting & vocal techniques. Church of the Ascension, Hamilton. Contact Christopher Hunt: 905- 572-6584 or visit www.rcco.ca &folio~ links. 0(participants),(auditors). NB: NUMBERS REFER T(l DATES, NOT WHOLENOTE PAGE NUMBERS; M =MAY; (FA) MEANS "FURTHER AFIELO" ON PAGES 40-41 Academy Concert Series 7 Acoustic Harvest Folk Club 21 Adelaide Bell 29 Air Canada Centre 6 Aldeburgh Connection 26, 29 AlrSaints Church, Peterborough(fa) m6 All Saints Kingsway Festival Choir 13 All The. King's Voices m5 • Amadeus Choir 8 Annex Singers 7 Arkell Schoolhouse (fa) 14, 21, 28 Ars Antiqua Chamber Choir 8 Arsmusica 20 • Art of Time Ensemble 2, 7 Arts and Letters Club 29 Associates of the TSO 12 Autobiomusics 2000/2001 29 Ballet,Creole m3 Bell' Arte Singers m5 Belmont House 1 0 Betty Oliphant Theatre 19 Birch Cliff United.Church 21 Birchmount Park C.I. 8, m5 Blessed Sacrament Church 13 Bloor St. United Church 7, m5 Brian Hanke 17 · Brigantine Room 1 Burnhamthorpe Auditorium 27 Burton Auditorium, York University m5 Calvin Presbyterian Church Choir 13 Calyx Co~certs 8 Canadian Chamber Academy 20 Canadian Children's Opera Chorus 18 Canadian Music Competitions 10, 25 Canadian Opera Company 6.:7 · · CDC Orchestra 27 . ·Cantores Celestas Womens Choir 21 . Capitol Theatre, Port Hope(fa) 20, 28 Cathedral Bluffs Symphony 28 CBC Radio One 99.1 FM 1 CBC Radio Two 17, 28 Central Presbyterian, Hamiltonlfa) 8 Central United Church 7 Centuries Opera 6-11, 13 Choirs of Bloor Street & Trinity-St. Paul's United Churches 13 Christ Church 30 Christ Church Deer Park 1, 8, 19, 26, 28, m3, m5, m6 Christ's Church Cathedral, Hamiltonlfa) 27 Church of St. Leonard 8 Church of St. Mark 7 Church of St. Nicholas of Bari 6 Church of the Holy Trinity 21 Church of the Redeemer 28 Cliff~anger Productions 8 Collaborations 18 College St. United Church 22 Community Folk Art Council 28 Concert Hall at Victoria Hall; Cobourg(fa) 19 Concerts at St. George's 29 Concertsingers m6 Critical Mass 24 Crow's Theatre 17 David & Mary Thomson Collegiate 20 Deer Park Concerts 28 Don Mills Organ So~iety 18 Donway Covenant Church 22 Du Maurjer Theatre Centre 29 Duke Ellington Society 28 Durham Region Concert Assn(fa) ni5 Eastminster United Church 7, 27 Elgin Theatre 19 Elmer lseler Singers 22 Emmanuel College, Victoria U. 29 Etobicoke Musical Productions 27 Etobicoke Philharmonic Orchestra 27 . Ettore Mauoleni Concert Hall 1, 5; 7, 8, 11, 16, 1·7, 19, 24, 27, 28 Fairlawn Heights United Church 1 Fairview Library Theatre m3 Flying Cloud Folk Club 1, 8, 22, 29, m6 Friends of Music Children's Series(fa)22 Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art 29 Gentlemen and Boys Choir, Church of St. Simon the Apostle 28 George Westori Recital Hall 8, 18, 26-29,m4 Georgetown Bach Chorale(fa) 8, 13,22, 25, 28 - Gladstone Symphonia 13 Glenn.Gould Studio 1, 2, 7, 17, 21, 25, 26, 28, m4-m6 Goethe Institute 20 Golomb Concert Management 1 Grace Church on-the-Hill 6, 28, 29 Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra(fa) 20 Hainmerson Hall 6, 8, 20, 29, m4, m5 Harbourfront Centre 1, 29, m6 Hart House 22 Hart House Chorus 8 Hart House Music Committee 3 Heliconian Hall 5· 7, 20, m5 Heritage Theatre Brampton (fa)26•29, m5 High Park Morningside Church 28 Holy Family Church 1 Holy Name Church 8' Humber Jau Series 11 Humbercrest United Church 8 Humbercrest United Church Senior Choir 11, 13 Hummingbird Centre 6, 7, 25 I Furiosi Baroque Ensemble 7 42 wholenote APRIL 1, 2001 "MAY 7, 2001 Jane Mallett Theatre 1, 19, 24, m2 Jeunesses Musicales of Ontario 1 Joanne Smale Productions 6 John Elliott Theatre Art Gallery 8 Kew Beach United Church 28 Kingsway Baptist Chancel Choir 13 Kiwanis Club of Casa Loma 2 Knox College Chapel 7, 23 Knox Presbyterian Church 1, 13 LaNef6,7 . Lawrence Park Community Church 27 Leah Posluns Theatre 1, 6, 21 Leaside Presbyterian Church 8, m6 Leaside United Church 22 Lewis & Wade Entertainment m5 Lindsay Concert Foundation(fa) 8 Living Arts Centre 1, 6, 20, 27, 29 MacMillan Theatre 7 Mariposa 22 Markham Concert Band m6 Markham Theatre for Performing Arts 1, m6 Masques 14 Massey Hall 28 Mclaughlin Performance Hall 4, 11, 22, 23, 25, 30 Meadowvale Theatre 29 Medical Sciences Auditorium 7 Metropolitan Silver Band m6 Metropolitan United Church 29, m5, m6 Millennium Youth Orchestra m5 Millpond Centrella) 7 Milton Choristerslfal 1 Mississauga Big Band Jau l;!Jsemble 1 Mississauga Choral Society If Mississauga Pops Concert BancJ.29 Mississauga Symphony Orchestra m5 Mohawk College Applied Music Program (fa) 1, 2, 4-7 Mohawk College Singers(fa) 7 Mooredale Junior & Youth Orchestras 1 Music at Metropolitan 13, m5 Music at Rosedale 1 Music at St. John's 7 Music Gallery 2, 7, 17, 19,20,27, m4, m5 .Music Toronto 19, 24 Music Umbrella Chamber Concerts 27 Ntnl Piano Concerto Competition m5,m6 New Music Concerts 28, 29 • Newmarket Theatre 1 Newtonbrook·Secondary School ml Niagara Brass Ensemble 23 North Toronto Institute of Music 8, m6 Northdale .Concert Band 29 Oakville Centre 7, 8, m4-m6 ·Oakville Choral Society 27, 28 Oakville Symphony Orchestra 7, 8 Off Centre Music Salon m6 OMO Dance Company 19 OnStage at Glenn Gould Studio 10 ORMTA ?21, m6 Opera in Concert 1 \ •April 18 8:00:. Humanist Association of Toronto. Bohemian Embassy Nite. Michal ·Hasek, blues musician; Barbara Sadegur, mezzo; David Warrack, composer/pianist; Mary Jane & Winston Young, folk; Don Cullen, emcee; Dave Broadfoot, comic. Artword Theatre, 75 Portland. 416-750- 0648. . •April 21 9:00am· 12:00 noon: Northum· berland Orchestra Society. The Bach Yard Sale. St. Andrew's Church, Cobourg. 905- 342-3743. Donations accepted. •April 21 .8:00: Gilbert & Sullivan Society, Toronto Branch. Victorian Ball Dress: Victorian or regular formal or s,emiformal attire. Dance teaching/rehearsing session from 2 to 4pm. St. Anne's Church Opera Mississauga m4 Orchestra Toronto 6 Oriana Singers (fa) m5, m6 Orion House Concerts 28 Oshawa Little Theatre(fa) 19 Oshawa-Durham Symphony Orchestra(fa) 7 Pantages Theatre 18 Parkdale Hunt 1 Pax Christi Chorale 28, 29 Peel Choral Society(fa) m5 Performing Arts York Region m4 Port Hope Lions Rec Centre(fa) 22 Port Nelson United Church 1, m6 Premiere Dance Theatre m3 Raag-Mala Music Society of Toronto 7 Richview Collegiate Institute 27 Rick Imus 7 Rosedale Concert Series 1 Rosedale Heights School 1 Rosedale United Church 1 Roy Thomson Hall 9, 11, 14, 16, 18, 21, 22, 27, 30-m2, m5-m7 Roy lhoms81i Hall Volunteers 20, 27, m4 . Royal Bank Theatre 27, 29 Parish Hall, 651Dufferin.416-922-4415. $ 30/person. •April 22 1 :00: Amici Ensemble. Open House and Silent Auction. Music provided by Amici (Joaquin Valdepeiias, clarinet, Patricia Parr, piano & David Hetherington, cello), Jean Stilwell, mezzo & Scott St. John, violin/viola. Grano Ristorante, 2035 Yonge. 416-654- 0899. (includes performance, win~ & refreshments). · •April 26 7:30: Mississauga Arts Council. Mississauga Arts Awards. Eleven Mississaugans will be honoured for their talent, hard work & dedication to the arts in the community. Complemented by a gala evening of live entertainment. Hammerson Hall, 4141 Living Arts Drive, Mississauga. St. Michael and All Angels Church 29 St. Michael's Cathedral 11 St. Michael's Choir School 11, 19 St. Paul's Basilica 8 St. Paul's Bloor St 5, 12, 19, 26, m3 St. Peter's Church, Cobourg(fa) m5 St. Philip Neri Church 10 St. Simon's Church 28 Stage Centre Productions m3 Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra 1, 19-22 . Tapestry New Opera Works 19 Tarragon Theatre 25 · Te Deum Orchestra & Singers 28 Te Deum Orchestra & Singers(fa) 27 Temple Sinai 29 Terry Miller Recreation Centre m5 The Meeting Place 1 The New Guitar 6, 7 The Stone Church 28 · . Theatre Passe Muraille 2 Theatre Sheridan 11 Thoinhill Presbyterian Church m4 T oneART Ensemble m5 Toronto Centre for the Arts 7, 19, m3 Toronto Children's Chorus 27, 28 Toronto Classical Singers m6 Royal Conservatory of Music 1, 5, 7, 8, · Toronto Consort 6, 7 ·Toronto Heliconiari Club 1 11, 12, 16, 19,,21,24,27,28 Royal Ontario Museum 1 Runnymede United Church 21, m5 Ryerson Theatre 28 · Ryerson United Church 7 Saint Thomas's Church 7, 27, m6 Salvation Army, Oshawa(fa) 7, m5 Scarborough Bel Canto Choir 1 Scarborough G & S Society 20 Scarborough Music Theatre 26 Scarborough Philharmonic 8, m5 Scarborough Village Theatre 26 School of Philosophy(fa) m4-m6 Sine Nomine 27 Sinfonia Mississauga 29 Sinfonia Toronto 7, m5 Sir Sandford Fleming College(fa) 8 Slide Rule Trombone Ensemble 11 Song Circle 29 Soundstreams Canada l7 St. Andrew's Presbyteria.n Church 19 St. Anne's Church 1, m6 St. Anne's Church Choir 13 St. Bonaventure Church 9 St. Boniface Church 11 St. Dominic's Church 27, 28 St. Dunstan of Canterbury Church 1 St. George the Martyr Church .1, 7, 17, · 19, 20, 27, m4, m5 · St. George's Church m5 St. George's on-the-Hill Church 29 St. James' Cathedral 3, 17,20,22,24,ml St. John's Church 7 St. John's United Church (fa) 22, 28 St. Luke's Church 8 · · St. Matthew's Church Choir 13 Toronto Jewish Folk Choir 29 Toronto Mendelssohn Choir 20 Toronto Operetta Theatre m2 Toronto Oigan Club 30 Toronto Philharmonia 26, m4 Toronto Senior Strings 19 Toronto Sinfonietta 7, m5 Toronto Symphonic Brass 6 TSO 11, 14, 16, 18, 21, 30-m2, m5-m'7 TS Youth Orchestra 29 Toronto Theatre Organ Society 2 Toronto Wind Orchestra 28 • TRANZAC1,8,22,29,m6 Trinity College Chapel 11 Trinity-St. Paul's 1,2,B.7, 14, 19-22, 24 U of T at Scarborough 1 · U of TFaculty of Music 5-7, 12, 21 Uxbridge Chamber Choir Ila) 21 Vaughan Ci!Y Playhouse m5 Via Salzburg m4 Victoria-Royce Church 21 Victorian Operetta Society(fa) 19 Vienna Mozart Orchestra 25 · Visual & Performing Arts Newmarket 1 VocalPoint Chamtier Choir 21 Voyces Past 22 Walter Hall 5,6, 12,21,28,29, m5, m6 Weston Silver Band 7 . Willowdale United Church m5 Windsong 29 · York Symphony Orchestra 1, m5, m6 York U Dept. of Music 4, 11, 22, 23, 25, 30-m3 Yorkminster Pk Ch 4,8,11, 18,25, m2 Yorkminstrels 21 ·

905-306-6000. . •April 29 2:00: Toronto Consort. Reception and Silent Auction. Come & enjoy music by Toronto Consort members, refreshments & auction in support of the Consort. Trinity-St. Paul's Church, 427 Bloor St. West. 416-530-4735. suggested. •April 29 5:00: Toronto Operetta Theatre. A Musical Journey Through The Americas! Enjoy exotic operettas of the New World and dance to the rhythms from South of the Border. Performers include Giselle Fredette & Linda Maguire, mezzos; Elena Mamais, dancer; Guillermo Silva-Marin, director & others. Donauschwaberi Club, 1. 686 Ellesmere Rd. 416-922-2912. . *May 3 6:00: Toronto Welsh Male Voice Choir. Inaugural Blossom Ball Dinner & dancing with music by the Choir, the Royz Band, Linda Bradford, piano, Gaynor Jones, soprano, David Low, conductor, Susan Ball, accompanist. Grand York Ballroom, Sheraton Parkway Hotel, Highway #7 East, west of Hwy #404. 905-472-7917. 0/person. *May 5 6:30: Toronto Sinfonietta. Special programme for children · Instrument Tasting. Young concert-goers are invited to an upclose, hands-on session with Toronto Sinfonietta musicians. For this East Meets West concert, children will explore the string family · violin, viola, cello, bass, guitar, erhu & other m~re exotic stringed instruments. Bloor Street United Church, 300 Bloor St. West. 416-410-4379. Concert: ,1sr),1st), children 12 & under free. *Robert and Donna Wood Scholarship, Early Childhood Music Association of Ontario is available for music teacher courses to those interested in the early childhood music field of child development le'arning. Contact Nedra Buell, 416-240-8573 for more information. LECTURES •April 1 1 :OD: Can.adian Opera Company. face to face Lecture: Britten's Billy Budd. Stephen Ralls, speaker. Joey and Toby Tanenbaum Opera Centre, 227 Front St. East. 416-363-8231. . •April 18 12:30: York University Dept. of Music. The Music of Andre Jolivet. Lecture/ demo by Phillip Adamson. Mclaughlin Performance Hall, 050 Mclaughlin College, 4 700 Keele St. 416· 736-5186. Free. •April 20 6:30: Toronto Reference Library. Lecture by David Fallis, singer, choral-orchestral director and leading presenter and interpreter of music from the Baroque & Classical periods to the conterJllorary. 789 Yonge St. 416-393- 7131. Free. •April 27 1 O:OOam: New Music Concerts/ Glenn Gould Professional School. Composition forum: The Recent Music of Isabelle Panneton. The composer discusses her work. Room M308, Royal Conservatory of Music, 273 Bloor St. W.416-961-9594. Free. MASTERCLASS ES *Royal Conservatory of Music Glenn Gould Professional School. 273 Bloor St. West. 416-408-2824. Upcoming master classes !all free to the public): •Apr 2 10:00am: John Perry, piano •Apr 6 1 O:OOam: Jeanne Baxtresser, flute •Apr 6 1 O:OOam: Evelyn Lear, voice •Apr 6 1 O:OOam: Trent Horne, copyright WORKSHOPS *April 7-81:30: Toronto Early Music Players' Organizat.ion. Two-day Spring Workshop with Sophie Lariviere. Lansing United Church, 49 Bogert Ave. 416-480- 0225. . •April 19-22: Comhaltas North American Convention. Toronto 2001 ·A Musical Odyssey. Workshops all weekend in aspects of Irish culture including percussion, fiddle,_ flute, singing, uilleann pipes, set dancing & more. Instruct.ors include Ben Grossman, Debbie Quigley, Kate Crossan, Pat O'Gorman, ACCOUNTING AND INCOME TAX UNCLASSIFIED ADVERTISING: APRIL 2001 SERVICE for small business and individuals, to M5A I R9.48thDirectorSearch@yahoogroupi.com save you time and money, customized to meet your needs. Norm Pulker, B. Math. CHA. 905-717- EAR TRAINING, MUSICIANSHIP, 5421or905-830-2985. SIGHT-SINGING, dictation, rhythmic ADULT FLUTE CHOIR seeks new members. training, keyboard skills, theory (all Conservatory· Minimum RCM Grade 6-8 required. Rehearsals type subjects, solfa, jazz). All levels, professional/ serious beginners. Detailed study ·available · every other Wednesday. Call Shelley: (4'16)491- 1683 for more info. J.S.Bach, Renaissance, Jazz. Art Levine, MA, ------------~ ARCT; Host of "This is Art" on CBC; RCM . ATTENTION ROYAL CONSERVA- Prolessional School faculty; Instructor, University TORY ALUMNI: The RCM Alumni Association ol Toronto, etc. 416-924-8613. Visit website: is now on-line. Visit us at www.rcmalumni.ca or www.artlevine.com leave message at 416-408-2824, ext.851. AGM: Sunday April 22 at RCM, 273 Bloor W. following the 2pm Andre Laplante lecture. . CARS, VANS, PICKUP TRUCKS, MOTOR VEHICLES WANTED, running or not. Will pay top dollar or tow for free. Body and paint work available. John, 416-462-9371 . CHOIR MANAGER. The Elora Festival Singers, a professional chamber ensemble now in its 21st year, seeks a dynamic, flexible, organized individual to fill this contractual position starting Summer 200 I. Working closely with the Conductor and Board in providing'concert management support, co-ordinating performers, negotiating contracts, grant writing etc., the successful candidate will participate in the Singers' future development and expansion. Knowledge of music, experience in arts administration desirable. This is an established part-time position. Applications before mid-April to: Ellen Pearson, President, Elora Festival Singers, PO Box 629, Elora ON NOB ISO DIRECTOR OF MUSIC WANTED. 48th Highlanders of Canada Military Band. Qualifications: Musical degree and/or equivalent experience. Leadership and teaching skills. Military experience or a willingness to embrace the traditions of the Regiment. Submit resumes to: Cp~. Birdsell, 48th Highlanders Djrector of Music Search, Moss Park . Armouries, 130 Queen Street East, Toronto Ontario FESTIVAL WIND ORCHESTRA seeks new members, especially clarinets, lower brass and percussion. Rehearsals Tuesdays, Yonge & Sheppard area. For more info, call Shelley: (416)491-1683. . GIVE VOICE TO YOUR SELF. Learn the ancient art of toning. Two sets ol four weekly classes, starting April 9 (Monday afternoon class, l-3p.m.) and April 18 (Wednesday evening class, 7-9p.m.). Call (416)767-1340 for details, brochure. 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. JAPANESE KOTO MUSIC. Private lessons for all levels. Classical and contemporary music. Also available for private and public functions. Linda Caplan, (416)783-4652, www.lindacaplan.com 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@neicom.ca MUSIC FOR ALL OCCASIONS! Duets, Trios, Dance Band, Big Band. Background, Centrestage. Classical, Contemporary, Dixieland, Jazz! JSL Enterprises 905-276-3373. 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. RELAX your way to health and balance. Calm and peaceful, a one-hour session of energy work can revitalize and recharge you. Call ( 416)7 6 7- 1340 for more informatioq. SINGING LESSONS Experienced, qualified Bae. Music, Classical, Semi-popular. R.C.M. prep., all Kevin Finnegan & others; special guests: T~e Barefield Ceili Band. Howard Johnson Plaza:' Hotel, 2737 Keele St. 416-447-8984. Reservations required. ·, · *April 22 1 :30: CAMM AC. Rehearsal for April' 29 reading of Verdi's Requiem. Instrumentalists 1 :30-3: 15 !bring music stand); singers 3:45-5:30. Church of the Messiah, 240 Avenue Rd. 416· 9241938. Free. •April 25 7:30: Toronto Early Music Centre. Vocal Circle. Recreational reading of early choral music. Ability to read music · desirable but not essential. 166 Crescent Rd. 416-920-5025. $ 51non-members). •April 26 8:00: Toronto Folk Singers' 1 Club. Informal meeting with the purpose of · exchanging songs, traditional or contempo- · rary. Tiki Room, TRANZAC Club, 292 .. · Brunswick Ave. 416-532-0MO; Free. , *April 29 2:00: CAMMAC. Reading of Verdi's·Requiem with conductor Howard ' Dyck, for singers & orchestra. Instrumental· ists, please bring music stand. Christ Churc~ Deer Park, 1570 Yonge St. 416-924:1938. · (non-members),(members). *May 6 1:30: Toronto Early Music Players' Organization. Workshop with . · · Susan Carduelis, recorder & baroque flute. Lansing United Church, 49 Bogert Ave. 416- 480-0225. . levels. Central location. Interest in disabilities. 416-924-3877. STUDIO FOR RENT. Du ndas/Ru nnymed.~J grand piano. Ideal for warm-ups, practice, rehearsals, coaching. Out-of-tow~ musicians welcome. Short/long terms. 416-763-5230. THE PERFORMING EDGE Performance enhancement training in tension management, concentration, goal setting, imagery. lndividUaliied to meet your performance situation. Kate F. Hays, Ph.D., C.Psych., practising clinical and performing arts psycholo2y. 416-961-0487. · APRIL 1, 2001 - MAY 7, 2001 wholenote 43

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