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Volume 6 Issue 9 - June 2001

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••• SPECIAL mcus: Summer Festival Preview Just Some of the Faces You'll Meet at the 2001 sional School in recital. Ettore Mazzoleni Coricert Hall - Royal Conservatory of M~sic. · 12:15 PM. And the same night at 8 PM, True North Brass give a sumptuous concert in St. Anne's Church, a National Historic Site. July 28: The cool Quartetto Gelato perform their new Neopolitan Cafe in Eastminster United Church. 8 PM. July 29: A Celebration of Leonard Bernstein. Jeff Hyslop, David Warrack and Friends perform HOT music from West Side Story, Candide, etc. Isabel BaderTheatre, Victoria University. 8 PM. Tickets: (416)561-1527 THE KINCARDINE SUMMER MUSIC FESTIVAL is a unique blend of music camp and wncert series. The festival started in 1992, so KSMF 2001 is number t\!n, and promises to be something really special. At KSMF's music camp, you can discover your musical potential by working closely with some of Canada's foremost teachers and performers. · Programs are offered at all levels and for all ages: Jazz; Chamber Music (strings, winds and piano); Band; Strings; Music for Young People; Junior Choir with recorders and percussion (ages 9-14); Senior Choir; and, new for this year, Basic Guitar. At our evening concerts, the music camp's staff switch from teaching to performing. Jazz Week features such greats as Alex Dean, Mike Malone, Dave McMurdo, Lorne Lofsky and Lisa Martinelli. During Festival week you'll hear the Gryphon Trio, Martin Beaver, David Harding and Simon Fryer, along with the rest of KSMF's great teaching staff. August 5 to 19. 519-396-9716 o~ 1-866-453-9716 Festival Alexandria 519-846-0331 elorafestival. com ElQra esttval Chamber music in the countryside Midway between Montreal and Ottawa . Sundays at 3 p.m. June 24 - Carolyn Christie, flute; Ava Svensson, violin; Charles Meinen, viola; James Darling, cello; Lauretta Altman, piano; Mozart, Haydn, Roussel and Taktakishvilli. July 1 - Robert Crowley, clarinet; Brian Manker, cello; Lauretta Altman, piano; Brahms and Beethoven. July 8 - Faustina and Bach, Theatre concert for the whole family; Bach, Handel and Purcell. . July 15 - Music of the Balkans with 2 exceptional Montreal groups; Dragana and Traky. July 22 - Theodore Baskin, oboe; Karen Baskin, cello; Lauretta Altman, piano; Eleanore Altman, soprano; Jeremy Baskin, p~ano; Kodaly, Dutilleux and Debussy. July 29 - RiclJ.ard Roberts, violin; Charles Meinen, viola; Brian Manker, cello; Lauretta Altman, piano; Bach, Haydn, and the piano quartet of William Walton. August 5 - Daniella Bernstein and Lauretta Altman, piano; Mozart, Brahms, Milhaud and Rachmaninoff. Tickets: .00 & .00 (514) 484-9076 (613) 525-4141 8 wholenote JuNE 1, 2001 - JuLv 7, 2001

OTTAWA INTERNATIONAL CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL After the succesful launch of its year-long concert series, the Ottawa Chamber Music Society promises this summer to present the largest Ottawa International Chamber Music Festival ever: 106 concerts between July 21st and August 4th! Headline performers include the Emerson, St. Lawrence, and Axelrod String Quartets, and new to the festival this year, the Philharmonia Quartett Berlin.· Other ensembles include the Beaux Arts Trio, Gryphon Trio, and the Aradia Ensemble. Soloists include pianists Louie Lortie and Naida Cole, soprano Donna Brown, countertenor Daniel Taylor, violinists Anne Akiko Meyers and Martin Beaver, and many more! The Ottawa International Chamber Music Festival office has moved into the Rideau Centn:, and all are invited to come visit its storefront, where tickets and passes will go on sale June 8th. For more information or to order tickets and passes, please call the office at (613) 234-8008 or check out our website at THE SOUTHERN ONTARIO CHAMBER MUSIC INSTITUTE has trained talented young classical musicians in the art of chamber music since 1989. Administered by a tireless and dedicated Board of Directors, and held on the campus of Appleby College in Oakville, the Institute attracts students from across Canada, the USA and abroad. Enrollment is limited to thirty-six students, selected via audition tapes. Through a Trillium grant, SOCMI has hired an Administrator whose mandate is to raise awareness of the institute as well as launch a campaign to raise scholarship and ·operational funds. Their new office in downtown Oakville will ensure a year-round presence of the Institute. The program includes daily coached rehearsals and master classes plus performances by students, faculty and guest artists, open to the public. This year's Institute will be held August 11 - 25. Faculty includes the Akan String Quartet and the Penderecki String Quartet, Norman Nelson (violin), Terence Helmer (viola) and Marcel Saint-Cyr (violoncello). For further SOCMI information, · visit their website - or call 905- 842-5865. Special Focus on Summer Festivals continues on page 20 ANTON KUERTI, pianist, performs Beethoven's late sonatas in two sessions on Saturday, June 23, 2001: Part I at 3:00 pm and Part 2 at 8:00 pm. Anton Kuerti will give a musical talk about the sonatas on Friday, June 22 at 8 pm. Tickets are free for those who attend either of the June 23rd concerts! JASPER WOOD, violinist with piano accompaniment, celebrates the centenary of Jascha Heifetz. Saturday, July 7, 2()01at8:00 pm INTERNATIONAL CHAMBER ENSEMBLE (flute, clarinet, strings and piano) will perform Mozart's Clarinet Quintet as well as Dvorak's Piano Quintet. Saturday, July' 14, 2001 at 8:00 pm LAUGHTON & O'MEARA, trumpet and organ, will perform great Baroque repertoire, using one of the finest organs in southern Ontario. · Saturday, July 21, 2001at8.:00 pm THE NYLONS Saturday, July 28, 2001at3:00 pm and 8:00 pm concerts SHAUNA ROLSTON, Canada's great cellist, performs with piano accompaniment worlcs by Schumann, De Falla and Rachmaninoff. Saturday, Augrist 11, 2001at8:00 pm RESONANCE STRING ORCHESTRA performs the classics under the direction of Robert Miskey. Sunday, August 19, 2001 at 4:00 pm All concerts will be held at Trinity United Church 140 Maple Street, Collingwood JuNE 1, 2001 - JuLv 7, 2001 wholenote 9

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