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Volume 7 Issue 6 - March 2002

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  • Toronto
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  • April
  • Orchestra
  • Arts
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  • Choir
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and many others. Elective afternoon. workshops provide opportunity to sample other art forms or play sports. CHOIRS ONTARIO - Junior Choir Camp and Teen Choir Camp Mail: 112 St. Clair Ave. West, Ste. 403, Toronto ON M4V 2Y3 Phone: 416-923-1144 · Fax: 416 929·0415 E-mail: info@choirsontario.org Website: www.choirsontario.org Contact person: Jessica Graham Program location: Albion Hills Conservation Area Application deadline: May 3, 2002 No Auditions Dates: Junior Choir Camp: July 29-Aug.3 Teen Choir Camp: Aug. 5-Aug.10 Fees: 5 (includes camp t-shirt and 2 free tickets to end of camp concert) · Residential dormitory Ages: Junior Choir Camp: 9-13 (unchanged voices); Teen Choir Camp: -14-18 Level: all Focus: choral Other activities: hiking, pioneering, swimming, canoeing, survival games. These two six-day camps bring chi!- dren and teens together from across the province for exceptional choral and v.ocal instruction with top choral conductors. Artistic staff includes D~le Wood, jack Morrison and Marty Smyth at the junior Camp and Rosanne Simunovic, Gregory Cross and Brahm Goldhamer at the Teen Camp. CLASSICAL PURSUITS St. Michael's College 81 St. Mary St., Toronto, ON M5S 1J4 Phone: 416-892-3580 E·mail: ann.kirkland@utoronto.ca Website: www.utoronto.ca/clas'sicalpursuits Program location: University of Toronto campus (St. Michael's College) Program dates: July 7-13 Ages: Adults, mainly 40 to 70 Level: Some knowledge of music and opera is helpful but not essential Application deadline: Until full. . Each seminar limited to 15. Fees: 00, includes 6 daily . seminars, lunch, books, many 1 1 ,t: cu tura and social events. ..,, Non-residential: Option to stay in. university residence or local hote-1 at special rate .. l Other activities offered: film viewings, receptions, walking SUMMER CAMPS AND PROGRAMS tours, guided gallery tours. Summer camp for the mind and the soul in the city. Small expertly led weeklong- seminars on Wagner's Die Meistersinger (Iain Scott), Mann's Dr. Faustus, with musical offerings (Thomas W ]ones, New York composer, conductor and educator), Modem and Post­ Modern music, art and poetry (Prof Jeffery Donaldson, McMaster University). DOMAINE FORGET MUSIC & DANCE ACADEMY Mail: 5 Saint-Antoine, Saint-lrenee, Ouebec, GOA 3RO Phone: 418-452-8111 Fax: 418-452-3503 E-mail: aca@domaineforget.com Website: www.domaineforget.com Contact person: Caroline Bellemare Program location: Saint-Irenee, Quebec Application deadline: April 1st Dates of Programs: Dance: June 30 - July 13 Saxophone: June 2 - 16 Brass: June 2 - 16 Woodwinds: June 16 - 30 Guitar: June 30 - July 13 Jazz Violin: July 2-3-4 Strings: July 14 - August 10 Chamber Music: August 11 - 2.2 New Music: August 18 to 31 Choral Singing Week (choral and Jazz) : August 11 to 18 Fees for Brass, Woodwinds. Guitar. Strings, Saxophones and Choral Singing: 1 week: 0; 2 :weeks: 0; 4 weeks: 00. Fees for Dance and New Music: 0; Chamber Music: 0; Jazz violin: 0 Residential Ages: Dance: 14 and up String players 12 and up Levels: All Whether you are a young professional interested in refreshing your skills in master classes with guest artists or an advanced student looking for advice from a master teacher and an opportunity to expand your horizons, the Domaine Forget is a ideal meeting ground of different musical traditions and cultures that will provide you with an unforgettably stimulating experience. THE HOLLOWS CAMP Address: 3309 13th line, RR3, Cookstown, ON LOL 1LO Phone: 905-775-2694 Fax: 905-775-2694 E-mail: fine@hollowscamp.com fr 'Jlaufr 'Amateur 'Musicians (en CAMM " 'Music Centre tmosphere tal and vocal music gz, world music -~r el),$,embles uash, v'01!1eyball am mac.ca ac.ca mateurs du Canada Enroll now for our Erin Gilmour ... Exceptional Hands-on Instruction! For the last five years our Erin Gilmour Summer Arts program has welcomed talented young people who have a passion for their art form to participate in workshops: •Film &Video, Senior (14-18) & Junior (11-14) •Musical Theatre (14~18) •Photography, Senior (14-18) & Junior (11-14) •Acting & Theatre Production (14-18) •Dance & Art (7-13) in partnership with Interplay Dance Company •Shakespeare for Kidz (8-12) • Renaissance/Baroque Violin Band (prerequisite· •plus more! Distinguished and talented professionals lead wo_rkshops and invite world famous artists to share their expertise. Space is limited

, . SUMMER CAMPS AND PROGRAMS Website: www.hollowscamp.com Contact person: Janet or Stephen Fine Program location: Cookstown, 1 ho\lr north of Toronto Application deadline: Ju11e 1 Dates: Aug. 11 - Aug. 16 Fees: 7.50 Residential Age: 7-16 Level: Intermediate/Advanced Type: Stringed instruments Other activities offered: English riding, swim, kayak, canoe, tennis, ropes, in-line skating, A&C, archery. outdoor games. Young musicians can participate in , a traditional camp experience that includes a fen and stress:free music curriculum. Our instructors are RCM faculty or affiliates and value the musical opportunities often inspired within a natural setting. Campers receive daily music instruction and personal choice of over 10 other camp activities. INFINITE VARIETY: French Operatic Heroines Mail: 81 St. Mary Street, Toronto M5S 1J4 Phone: 416·926· 7254 Fax: 416·926· 7287 E·mail: continuinged.stmikes@utoronto.ca Website: www.utoronto.ca/stmikes Contact person: Karen Beitel Program location: University of St. Michael's College, 81 St. Mary Street, Toronto Application deadline: March 27 Dates: Mar. 27 - May 1 Wednesday evenings, 7-9 pm, Fees: 5 · Ages: Continuing Education join Eric Domville, Professor Emeritus of the University of Toronto, for a sixweek lecture series exploring the presentation of female characters in the French operatic tradition: Thomas, Mignon; Bizet, Carmen; Delibes, Lakme; Massenet, Manon and Thais; Poulenc, La Voi'x Humaine and Les Mamelles de ·Tiresias. INTERPROVINCIAL MUSIC CAMP Mail: Box 509, Campbellville, ON LOP 1 BO Phone: 416-488·3316 Website: www.imcontheweb.org Program location: Camp Manitou, near Parry Sound Program dates: Session 1: Sun. Aug.18-Fri. Aug. 23 Session 2: Sat. Aug. 24-Sun. Sept. 1 (Kids may attend both) Ages: 7-18 Program choices: Orchestra and Band Camp (grade 7 to OAC) Musical Theatre Junior String Academy (ages 7-10) Jazz Camp (Session 1 only) Camp Rock (Session 1 only) Fees: Session 1 3; Session II 4; both sessions 38 Other activities: swimming, boating, water-skiing MIDSUMMER MUSIC BY THE LAKE /1303, 5194 Lakeshore Road Burlington, ON L 7L 6P5 Phpne: 905.333.3357 Fax: 905·333·3327 .E·mail: gsaarinen@cogeco.ca Website: http:l/home.cogeco.ca/ - gsaarinen Contact person: Gloria Saarinen Program location: The RCM in Mississauga, The Adamson Estate, 850 Enola Avenue Application deadline: June 30, '.2002 No Auditions Dates: Session I: August 12-18; Session II August 1~25 Fees: 0 per week Non-residential Ages:l0--25 Levels: Grade 5 & up - Intermediate/ Advanced Type: Piano, vocal & instrumental Music for lively minds with worldclass teacher/performers, offering pri­ 'vate lessons/ master classes/ solo and ensemble, sight-reading, ear training, improv,jazz, composition and Technology (Internet, CD recording, MIDI). Features Concert Finale with students & staff. musical joys, anecdotes, adventures on film and incentive awards. Lakeside location provides outdoor activities. MORE THAN MUSIC Summer Musicfest~Suzuki Kingston 2002 Mail: 275 Ontario Street, Suite 306 Kingston Ontario K7K 2X5 Phone: 613·542· 1486 . Fax: 613·542· 7550 E·mail: mtm@kingstim.net Website: www.morethanmusic.com Contact person: Anne Vincent Program location: Queen's University. Kingston ON Application deadline: April 30 No Auditions Dates: Session 1: June 30 - July 5; Sessions 2: July 7 - July 12. Fees: must request complete brochure as they vary Accommodation and meals at Queen's University are available Ages: All Levels: All Request brochure for activities and programs offered Our mission is to present the finest summer music experience possible for students, parents and teachers. Our philosophy is to create an environment in which respect for human dignity forms the foundation for self-esteem and learning. SUl1l1ER l1USIC PR06Ri\l1 41 THE HOLLOWS Ci\r1P Residential camp for young musicians seven to sixteen ()~~TA~ CENTAUR! l>ll~ls~~r.:::?~P summer of your life!'Centa11r11s a .Ji::fiFi ~~ ~ A'-. ~ u11iq11e community where specialist arts ~ " programs combine with the excitement of overnight camp. Boys & Girls ages 9 to 18. Creative Wfirin9 or Fine Arts courses for adUfts. Locatecf in a residential retreat in tfie Ka.wa.rthas. Choose one specialist program fi"om: Theatre, Musical Theatre, Dance, Creative Writing, Fine Art, Vocal, Stage Combat, Directing & Design, Shakespeare in Performance, Film, Song Writing Comedy lmprov. and MORE! *Located in the Niagara Arca * Sessions from I 0 days to 7 weeks * Professional arts faculty * Recreational Sports www.centauri.on.ca * Choose from 7 ~ courses in: Creative wrifin9; Starting to write, Writin9 for StiJ9e aru! screen, Gen.respecific fiction, Lo119er fiction, Short story, ExpG:iriT19 poetry, Writers circle aru! more! Fine.Arts; Introdiu:tion to art, ExpforiT19 tlie Artist Witliin, 'fricRs of tlie '.Ihufe aru! P~ witliAcryfics * Professional fcu:.ufty * Courses in July & At19USt * Beqinner or ~periern:ecf wdcome Tel: 416 766 7124 www.centauri.on.ca/arts Mart:h 1 -- April 7 2002 www.thewholenote.com 41

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