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Volume 6 Issue 9 - June 2001

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Acoustic Harvest Folk Club 2 Adelaide Bell 10 Agricola Lutheran Church 2 All The King's Voices 2 Ann Tindal Stage 10 Anno Domini Chamber Singers 2 Applewood Homestead 20, jy4 Arkell Schoolhouse(fa) 2, 9, 23 ARRA YMUSIC 3 Ars Musica 9 Artword Theatre 3 Ashkenaz Foundation For Yiddish Culture 3 Assembly HaUl 0, 13, l 4, 23 Associates of the TSO 4 Autumn leaf Perfomance 21 Betty Oliphant Theatre 2 Birch Cliff United Church 2 Bloor St. United Church 9 Borealis Recording Company 3 Brad Halls(fa) 8, 9 Brampton Triumphant Church of God(fa) 9 Burnhamthorpe Auditorium 9 CAMMAC(fa) 3, 17 Canadian Children's Opera Chorus 1, 30 Canadian Singers 8 Cantabile Chorale of York Region 11, 12 Cardinal Carter Academy for the Arts 8 CBC Radio Two 2, 7 Centennial Park jy 1 Centre Island stage jyl, jy4, jy5 Charbonnel lounge, St. Michael's College 1 Children of Chernobyl(fa) 1 , Choir of Yorkminster Park Church 1 Chorus America Conference 2001 8, 10 Christ Church Deer Park' 1, jy5 . Church of St. Martin-in-the-Fields 16 Church of the Holy Trinity 3, 9, 11, 16, 18, 25,jy2 Church of the Transfiguration 8 Clarke Hall 21, 28, jy 1 Classic Frogs Choir 30 Collaborations 15, 16 Concert HaU, \fictoria Hall, Cobourg(fa) 1, 8, 9 Copps Coliseum, Hamilton(fa) 2, 3 Counterpoint Community Orchestra 2 Critical Mass 26 Deer Park United Church 2 Ck Hwaeja lee 2 Dream Productions 26 Du Maurier Downtown Jazz 22-29 Du Maurier Theatre Centre 2,3,9, 15, 16, 18, 19 DUO 17 Eastminster United Church 1 Elation Pauls 1 EMPressions Show Choir 9 Entr'acte Ensemble 16 Etobicoke Community Concert Band 10, 20: jyl, jy4 Etobicoke Swing Orchestra jyl Etobicoke Youth Band 2 Fairview library Theatre 8, 12, 19, 21 Gambrel Barn, Milton(fa) 2 George Weston Recital Hall 8, 13 Gibraltar Point, Toronto Island 14, 21, 28 Glenn Gould Studio 7, 8, 16, 23 Great Hall, Hart House 3 • Harbourfront Centre 2, 3, 9, 10, 17 Harbourfront Centre stage jy3 Hart House Music Committee 3 High Park Choirs of Toronto 9, 10, 30 House of Blues Concerts 8 Hummingbird Centre 14, 28 Hungarian Helicon Society 6 I Furiosi Baroque Ensemble 1 Icelandic Canadian Club of Toronto 10 INDEX OF PRESENTERS AND VENUES NB: NUMBERS REFER TO DATES, NOT WHOLENOTE PAGE NUMBERS; JY =JULY; (FA) MEANS "FURTHER A~IELD" ON PAGES 28-29 Iris - The Toronto Women's Chorus 9 Isabel Bader Theatre 1, 10, 26 Jenni Hayman 12 · John Kameel Farah 20 John Knox Christian School, Brampton(fa) 9 , Jubilate Singers 2 JVC Jazz Festival 16, 18-24 Kammermusik Toronto 1 Knox College Chapel 1-3 lakeshore Arts 23 Leah Posluns Theatre 2 little Park 19, jy3 Loretto Abbey 2 MacMillan Theatre 21 Martingrove Collegiate Institute 2 Massey Hall 1, 16 McMichael Gallery(fa) 3, 17 Mel lastman Square 19, 28 Metropolit~n United Church 10, 26 Mill Pond Park Band Gazebo jy5 Milton Choristers(fa) 2 30 wholenote JuNE 1, 2001 - JuLv 7, 2001 Mirvish Produc.tions 7 Mississauga Children's Choir 2 Moira Nelson 13 Molson Amphitheatre 28 Mooredale Youth Orchestra 10 Music at Metropolitan 11, 18 . Music Gallery 2, 14, 21, 22, 28, 29 Music Garden 21, 24, 28, jyl, jy5 Nathan Phillips Square 22-26, 28, 29 Nathaniel Dett Chorale 8 New Opera and Concerts Centre 21 Newman Centre Chapel 2 North Toronto Women's Chamber Ohoir 8 North York Concert Band 14, 28 North York Singers 2 Onyx Wind Quintet 17 Opera Buffa 19, 21 Orchestra Toron'to 2. Orpheus Choir of Toronto 1 Our lady of Sorrows Church 10 Pantages Theatre 19 Piano and Keyboard Centre 23 Queen of Puddings-14 Random Acts ot'Music Ensemble 1 · RioT Trio 7 Riverdale Ensemble 9 Riverdale Youth Singers 4 Rosedale Heights School 10 Roy Thomson Hall 6,7,9, 14, 16,20-22,25-27 Royal Bank Theatre 2 Royal Conservatory of Music 2 Runnymede United Church 9, 10 · Salon des Refuses Concerts 9 Sonavista 3 Soundstreams Canada 2 Spadina Historic House & Gardens 3, 10, 17 St. Andrew's Church 8 St. Anne's Churcli 1'-3 St. Christopher House 3 St. Christopher's Church jy6 St. George-the-Martyr Church 2,3, 14,22,29 St. James' Cathedral 1, 2, 5, 10, 12 St. Lawrence Hall 6, 11 St. Martin in-the-Fields Church 30 St. Paul's Bloor Street 7, 14, 21, 28 St. Thomas Church 16 Summer Music in the Garden 21,24,28,jy1.jy5 The Chapel; Victoria University 9, 17, 20 The lawn, Hart House Circle 10, 17 The Opera House 4 The Stone Church 21 Theatre Sheridan 7 Thornhill Community Band 19, jy5 Thornhill Presbyterian Church 11, 12 Toronto Canadian Chinese Artists Centre 16, 23 Toronto Catholic District SB Staff Arts 8 Toronto Choral Society 13 Toronto HarpFest 20011 -3 Toronto Heliconian Hall 9 Toronto Sinfonietta 2, 10 Toronto Star Stage, Nathan PhiUips Square 27 Toronto Symphony Orches.tra 6, 7, 9, 14, 16, 20-22, 25-27, jyl, jy3-jy5 Toronto United Mennonite Church 1 Town Hall Theatre 17 T ranzac Club 3 Trinity-St. Paul's Church 2, 4, 8 T ryp Tych Productions 2 UNI Theatre 21, 28, jyl University of Toronto 3, 10, 17 University Settlement Music and Arts School 3 Via Salzburg 8 Victoria Scholars 10 Viva Youth Singers of Toronto 2 Voices 16 Westben Arts Festival·Theatre(fa) 7, 30, jyl, jy6 '/ Weston Silver Band 19, jy3 Willowdale' United Church 2 Winter Garden Theatre 7 York Quay Centre 20-24 York Woods library 21 Yorkminster Park Church 6, 13, 20 . ETCETERA Fl LE . ANNOUNCEMENTS •June 1 6:00: Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra. 2nd Annual Strings & Swing • Gala. Evening of fine cuisine, music & dance with the Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra and The Harry Waller Band. liuna Station, 360 James St. North, Hamilton. 905-!j26· 1677. 0/person. •June 2 1 O:OOam · 4:00: Mississauga ' Symphony. 2001 Homes Tour. Pick up your booklet & plan your own route. Tickets available at the Symphony office, living· Arts Centre, 4141 living Arts Drive, 2nd floor & other locations. 905-615-4552. . *June 2 1pm to 7pm & June 311am to 5pm: Tundra Music/Canadian Musician. Vintage GuitJr Show. Collectors, players, retailers, manufacturers & wholesale deaiers from around the gfobe. Thornhill Community Centre, 7755 Bayview Ave. 416-222-8222: •June 5 7:30: Meadowvale Music Theatre. Annual General Meeting. All performers are welcome to attend and find out more about auditions & workshops to be held for the next Encore Series production of Anne of Green Gables in February 2002. For information, please call 905·819-9850. , •June 8 7:00: Oriana Singers (Northum· berland). love & Marriage. Gala· fundraiser with silent auction, desserts & entertain· ment. Richard Scrimger, host. Batterwood Estate, Port Hope. 905-349-2984. . •June 1 O 1 :00: Assembly Hall. Grand Opening. Ribbon-cutting ceremony with performances by True North Brass, 'lioice d. 9.?iano .eessons In your own home given by a qualified teacher -Reasonable Rates. -R&B, POP, Classical -Conservatory Grades 416-767-8779 Etobicoke Youth Choir & the DNIPRO Ukrainian Dance Ensemble; presentations & information from local cultural & service groups; hands-on art demonstrations; 3:30 concert by the Etobicoke Community Concert Band (see daily listings). 3121 lakeshore Blvd. West. 416 ~338· 7255. Free. •June 23 12:00 noon · 8:00: Mariposa· in:the·City, Toronto. Festival. Gallery hop, arts & crafts area & ongoing performances & workshops throughout the day including Fred Eaglesmith, Paul James, Maza Meze, Radio Nomad & the backstabbers. Masaryk Park, 220 Cowan Ave. 416-536-6918. Free. •June 23 12:00 noon · 7:00: Mariposa· in-the-City, Toronto. Kodaly singing for children. Music pedagogy through folksongs. With Susan Purdy & Linda Song. Children's folkplay area, Masaryk Park, 220 Cowan Ave. 416-536-6918. 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 learning. Contact Nedra Buell, 416·240· 8573 for more information. WORKSHOPS •June 3 1:30: Toronto Early Music University Settlement Music & Arts School Quality affordable individual music lessons June 12 Registration begins for 6 week summer term Uuly 9 - August 20) · workshops/ concerts practice studios 23 Grange Road 416-598-3444 # 243

Players' Organization. Workshop with Christine McClymont, recorder/voice. Lansing United Church, 49 Bogert Ave. 416· 480-0225. . •June 3 5:30: St. Christopher House Music School/University Settlement House Music School. Choral Workshop with clinician Dean Burry. Followed by 8pm concert (see daily listings). Community Hall, St. Christopher House, 248 Ossington Ave. 416-598-3444 ext.243 or 416·532-4828 ext.127. (includes workshop & concert). Proceeds to support the Music Schools of University Settlement House & St. Christopher House. *June 10 2:00: Toronto Early Music Players' Organization. T.E.M.P.O. Silver Tea. Performances throughout the afternoon. 85 Glengrove Ave. West. 416- 480-0225. . ,•June 14 1 :OD: Arts York. Maderaz: Latin fiesta. Five musicians from different cultures take the audience on a musical tour of Latin America. Children will have an· opportunity to play instruments & dance to . the Latin rhythms. Assembly Hall, 3121 Lakeshore Blvd. West. 416-394-2560. .50. •June 20 6:30: York Woods Public library. Tribute to Soca Icons, Ras Shorty I and Sundar Popo. Multi-media workshop & display in celebration of Black Music Month. Speakers will discuss each genre. 1785 Finch Ave. West. 416-395-5980. Free. •June 27 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. (non-members). •June 29 8:00: Toronto F.olk Singers' Club. Informal meeting with the purpose of exchanging songs, traditional or contempo· rary. Tiki Room, TRANZAC Club, 292 Brunswick Ave. 416-532-0900. Free. • UNCLASSIFIED ADVERTISING: JUNE 2001 ACCOUNTING AND INCOME TAX SERVICE for small business and individuals, to save you time and money. customized to meet your needs. Norm Pulker, B. Hath. CHA. 905-717-5421 or 905- 830-2985. ADD DISTINCTION to your event. The U of T carillon can be played at weddings/special events. Call Michael Hart 416-762-0882. CONDUCTOR looking for orchestral scores of symphonic. operatic. standard and not-so-standard repertoire. Prefer large size, but pocket-size also 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! Due~ Trios, Dance Band, Big Band. Background, Centre-stage. Classical, Contemporary, Dixieland, jazz! JSL Enterprises. 905-276-3373. • NOW OPEN, HOLISTIC HEALING CLINIC - Energy Therapy Mattm: The connections of our 'mind, body, emotion and spirit are renected in .. . the energy in and around our bodies. Exploring in considered. Please call 416-461-5587. safety, you become aware of more choices to help you DO YOU LIKE FUN AND EXCITEMENT? relax. balance, deal with stress and illness, and Do you like festivals, parades and concerts? Then cultivate overall harmony and now. Debra Joy come and join the White Eagle Brass Eklove, M.Sc. For information and to make an Band. We are currently looking for new memberi appointment Tel: 416-229-1747 to join our organization. To enquire, please call: email:deklove@interlog.com Les at (416)248-0075. PIANIST WILL PLAY jazz-navoured EAR TRAINING, MUSICIANSHIP, background music free of charge at charitable and SIGHT-SINGING, dictation, rhythmic training. keyboard skills, theory (all Conservatory-type subjects, solfa, jazz). All levels, professional/serious beginneri. Detailed study available - J.S.Bach, Renaissance, Jazz. Art Levine, MA. ARCT; Host of "This is Art" on CBC; RCM Professional School Faculty; Instructor, Univmity of Toronto. etc. 416-924-8613. Visit website: www.artlevine.com GUITARS: unique handmade instruments including acoustic archtop~ at good prices, for sale or commission by Michael Sankey. Luthier (613)733- 8441 sankeymichael@hotmail.cQ(ll 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 non-profit events. (an bring own piano. Call Neville at (905)877-8471. SALUKI MUSIC Digital editing & mastering. cd and web www.salukimusic.com 416-690-4334 SINGING LESSONS. Experienced, qualified Bae. Music. Classical, Semi-popular. R.C.H. prep .• all levels. Central location. Interest in disabilities. 416-924- 3877. STUDIO FOR RENT. Dundas/Runnymede. 6' grand piano. Ideal for warm-ups. practice, rehearial~ coaching. Out-of-town musicians welcome. Short/long terms. 416-763-5230. , THE PERFORMING EDGE Performance enhancement training in tension management, concentration, goal setting, imagery. Individualized to meet your performance situation. Kate F. Hays. Ph.D., C.Psych .. practising clinical and performing arts omholouv. 416-961-0487. 2001 Artist International Music & Dance Association's 3•d Annual Music Competition Sponsored by the Toronto School of Music Prizes & Awards: 1'' ,000; 2"d ,000; 3'd ,000 Special Awards: All finalists will receive 0 Total Grant of ,000 plus Concert * Top winners wiU haye an opportunity to perform in Canada, US, and Asia Disciplines: Piano, Voice, Strings, and Woodwinds' Objective: . To provid~ financial assistance for their music education through competition prizes Eligibility: Open to young musicians 16 to 35 years old. Process: A resume with photo and an application fee of must be mailed to the Artist International Music & Dance Association, # 1 Bowan Court North York, Toronto, ON M2K 3A8 Canada. All application materials and application fee must be received on or before July 15 2001. Residents outside of Toronto are permitted to send .an audition tape with three contrasting pieces that best display their talent. Successful candidates will be invited to the semifinals and finals competition that will be held from September 2 to 8, 2001 in Toronto Canada. The Winners' Concert will be, held on S~ptember 8, 2001 at 8PM in the Toronto Centre for the Arts. Toronto School of Music Canada Maureen Forester, Honorary Chair Colin Yip, President We offer superb musical instruction by a distinguished teaching faculty . of world-renowned musicians. International Opera Centre: One-year professional opera training program to study and perform an ENTIRE MAJOR ROLE with orchestra. Professional Performance & Advanced Certificate Diploma Proi:ram: In Piano, Voice, Strings, Woodwinds, Composition, Jazz, Church Music, Opera, & Musical Theatre Scholarships available to TALENTS in ALL DICIPLINES For more information please call: Tel: (416) 260-1882 , Fax: ( 416) 222-8928 Please visit. our web site: www.torontoschoolofmusic.Sk.com JuNE 1, 2001 - JuLv 7, 2001 wholenote 31

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