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Volume 7 Issue 6 - March 2002

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SUMMER OPE RIC THEATRE

SUMMER OPE RIC THEATRE AND RESE H CENTRE Guille1·mo Silvaannounces auditions, for the 2002 Opera Workshop The Marriage of Figaro by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (in English) La Dame Blanche by Fran~ois-Adrien Boieldieu (in French) La Vida Breve . by Manuel de Falla (in Spanish) Audition Dates: March 21, 22, 24 Workshop: June 9 to Aug. 10, Toronto, Canada Send resume to: SUMMER OPERA LYRIC THEATRE 33 West Avenue, Toronto, Ontario M4M 2L7 416-922-2912 MOUNT ROYAL COLLEGE ORGAN ACADEMY INTER· NATIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL Mount Royal College Conservatory, 4825 Richard Road SW, Calgary, AB T2N 3K3 Phone: 403-240-7769 Fax: 403-240-6594 E-mail: organ@mtroyal.ca Website: www.mtroyal.ca/conservatory/ intsumschool.htm Contact person: Neil Cockburn, Head of .Organ Studies Program location: Calgary. Alberta Application deadline: May 1 Audition by cassette with application Dates: July 21-30 Fees: 0 - includes. tuition, accommodation and evening meals only (no breakfast or lunch) Residential Ages: 14-25 Level: Intermediate and Advanced Instruction: dassical Pipe Organ Under the artistic direction of Simon Preston, this school offers intensive, short-term studies for serious organ students and young professionals aged 14 to 25. Participants must have strong keyboard skills and a good sense of the organ and its repertoire. They will work closely with the distinguished faculty in a hands-on, practical environment. Faculty and student performances will take place at Mount Royal College and other locations in the city. All students will have the opportunity to perform in public at some point during the week, and the Summer School will conclude with student concerts at Calgary's jack Singer Concert Hall, and at Mount Royal College. SUMMER CAMPS AND PROGRAMS MUSIC AT PORT MILFORD Mail: 288 Washington Ave. Pleasantville, NY, U.S.A.105 70 Summer address: 89 Colliers Rd. Milford, Ont. KOK 2PO Phone: 914·769-9046 Fax: 914·769-2538 E-mail: director@mpmcamp.org Website: www.mpmcamp.org Contact person: Meg Hill Program location: Milford, ON Audition by mailed audio or video tapes Dates: 2, 3 and 5 wk sessions, July 13-Aug17 Fees: 5 wk 25, 3wk 50, 2wk 25 Residential Age Group: 12-18 years Level : Int/Adv Type : Chamber Music for Strings Other activities offered: Chorus, Madrigals, Orcrhestra, Swimming, Recreation Music at Port Milford is a small family-run camp dedicated to ferthering the love of music through a program of quartet and orchestra playing, choral singing, private lessons and practice with the ji.m of regular camp .activities. MPM is located on a 40 acre historic farm overlooking the shores of Lake Ontario. MUSIC @ THE POINT . Address: Music Gallery Institute, 219-60 Atlantic Ave. Phone: 416-588-2514 Fax: 416-588-9088 E-mail: bprophet@idirect.com Website: www.musicgallery.org Contact person: Barry Prophet Program location: Gibraltar Point Centre for the Arts, Toronto Islands. Application deadline: Early registration until April 15th. No audition required. Dates: July 22-Aug 2 (Mon-Fri) Fees: 5 for registration before April 15; 5 after April 15. Day Camp Age: 15-19 years old. Level: All levels welcome . Type: instrumental, computerassisted and vocal. Other activities offered: swimming. "Music @ the Point" is an alternative music day-camp where a small group of participants (max.16) experience a 10 day program of workshops in Creative/ World Percussion, Vocal Traditions and Computer-Assisted Music. Students will learn technical, improvisational, compositional skills and create performances and recordings of their works. This.camp offers a unique blend of Contemporary and World Music instruction by internationally known Toronto artists. ORFORD ARTS CENTRE 2000 Advanced Music Studies Mail: 3165, Chemin du Pare, Orford, Quebec JlX 7A2 Phone: 819-843-9871or1-800-567-6155 Fax: 819-843-7274 E-mail: arts.orford@sympatico.ca Website: www.arts-orford.org Contact person: Marie-Josee Litalien Location: Orford Arts Centre, Mount Orford Provincial Park, Eastern Townships, Quebec Application deadline: March 22nd Audition dates: March 9 to 18 (required only for those who apply to the Opera Workshop) Dates: June 24 to August .17 Fees: 0.00 /week, includes lodging, meals and tuition Residential Ages: 18-32 Level: Advanced fype: Instrumental and Voice Other activities offered: Concerts and conferences Focus: Master classes for all instruments and voice, Opera Workshop, Chamber Music, Jazz Workshop 42 www.tnewholenote.com March 1 -- April 7 2002

PROFESSIONAL VOCAL TRAINING PROGRAM Opera and Art Song York University, Winters College 225, 4700 Keele Street, Toronto, ON M3J 1 P3 Phone: 416-736-5186 Fax: 416-736-5321 E-mail: musicprg@yorku.ca Contact person: Gail Holmes Program location: York University Application deadline: April 3, 20,02 Auditions: April 6, 7, 8 call 416-736-5186 to arrange times Dates: June 10 to July 15 Tuition: 00 Canadian (limited scholarships available) Non-residential Age Group: 19 or older Level: ·Intermediate to Advanced fype: Classical Vocal Training dasses offered: Diction, Acting, Dialogue, Character Study, Stage Technique, Movement, Interpretation, Dramatic Expression, Vocal Coaching, Audition Preparation, Repertoire Development, Business of Singing A professional vocal training program in Opera and Art Song which provides the opportunity to work with professionals Stephanie Bogle, Catherine Robbin, Raisa Nakhmanovich, Brahm Goldhamer, and Stuart Hamilton. Program highlights include a staged performance of Mozart's Magic Piute and Art Song performances and recital. ROYAL CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC SUMMER PROGRAMS Address: 273 Bloor Street West, Toronto, ON M5S 1W2 Phone: 416-408-2825 Fax: 416-408-1955 E-mail: communityschool@rcmusic.ca Website: www.rcmusic.ca/tcs Location: 273 Bloor Street West, Toronto, except where indicated All programs: Non-residential, accommodation information available upon request Early Registration is advised where no deadlines are shown. SUMMER CAMPS AND PROGRAMS Baroque and Recor,der Ensembles ·Application deadline: June 17 Auditions: Please contact the program coordinator to arrange for a placement audition. Dates: Tuesday July 2 to.Friday August 9. Weekly meeting times tp be arranged at the convenience of the participants. Fees: 0, plus registration Ages: Teens and adults (Recorder ensembles· also for children) For teens or adults singing or playing recorder, flute, oboe, violin,' cello, keyboard, lute or guitar. Ensembles will be formed according to the level and availability of the participants. Explore various genres of music repertoire. Fiim Scoring Workshop Application deadline: June '7 Audition not required; however a high level of compositional or song · ~ting experience is required. Dates: Mon. June 17 to Fri. June. 28, 9:30 am to 4:30 pm; Fee: ,550 Age: Adult Level: Advanced A workshop specializing in current · · electronic production technique (i..e. MjDJ sequencers/synthesizers/samplers/digital recording) employed in bringing a film score from concept to final mix. Taught by Glenn Morley, whose credits include Freaky Stories, Road to Avonlea, Robocop-The Series, Royal Canadian Air Farce and hundreds of other films and . television series. Guitar: The First Step (Option 1) Guitar: The Next Step (Option 2) Dates: Option 1: Monday July 15 to Friday July 19, 3:00-5:00 pm or 5:30-7:30 pm Option 2: Week 1 - Monday June 24 to Thurs. June 27, 5:30-7:30 pin Week 2 - Tuesday July 2 to Friday July 5, 5:30-7:30 pm F.ees: Option 1: 0, + registration fee; Option 2: 0, + registration fee. Learn to play the guitar from the very beginning with an introduction to tabla tu re and chord windows, or take guitar playing to the next level and build on skills developed earlier. Whichever class you choose, you will play enjoyable pieces in a variety of styles, techniques and genres. (No electric guitars) Introduction to . Singing Dates in Toronto: Option 1 - Monday July 8 to Friday July 12, 5:30 to 7:00 pm Option 2 - Monday July 22 to • Friday July 26, 3:30 to 5:00 pm Dates at The RCM in Mississauga: Tuesday July 2 to Friday July 5, . 5:30 to 7:30 pm Fees: 0, + registration fee (also a· nominal materials cost will be payable to the instructor). ~ M U S I C Age: Adults No experience is required for this group class. Learn the basics: posture, breath control, tone production and diction, while exploring a variety of songs. Intermediate Singing Workshop Dates in Toronto: Monday July 22 to Friday July 26 5:30 to 7:00 pm Dates at the RCM in Mississauga: Monday, July 15 to Friday July 19, 5:30 to 7:00 pm Fees: 0, + registration fee and a materials cost payable to the instructor. Age: Adults . In this five-day course you will develop your choice of solo song as well as learn a duet, a trio and new unison group repi:rtoire. Learn Cubase in 24 Hqurs Application deadline: June 28 Some musical background is needed for eligibility. Dates: Monday July 8 to Thursday July 18, 1 - 4 pm Fees: 0, + registration fee. Age: Teens 16 and up and adults Learn to use Cubase, one of the premier MIDI recording and composing Spring Registration Music @ the Point s A L L E R v 1 N s r 1 r u r E The Multiple Guitar Ensemble Program Music @the Poin,t at Gibraltar Point. A day-camp for ages 15-19. ·creative Pereussion, Vocal Traditions&' Computer - Assisted Music. F:ees: Early registration until April 15 is 5. After April 15 is 5. Camp dates, July 22 -August 2. The Multiple Guitar Ensemble Program offers basic to advanced instruction in a group setting. Fee: 0. Eight 2 hour classes for Adults ( 16 & up) Mondays 7:00 - 9:00 April 8 - June 3 at 219 - 60 Atlantic Ave. (Dufferin & King) contact Barry Prophet at 416-588-2514 or bprophet@idirect.com IDid$umme1t IDusiCBy tbe Lake Gloria Saarinen, B.Mu&, LR.S.M.,A.R.A.M. Artistic Director A~d International Guest Faculty NEW-2 WEEKS August 12-18 and 19-25, 2002 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Tuition 0.00 per week. held at Tl1e RCM i11 Mississauga, Adamson Estate on the slwres of Lake 011tario, MISSJSSAVGA, ONTARIO SUMMER WORKSHOP *BACH & BEYOND *ALL INSTRUMENTS INDIVIDUAL & ENSEMBLE COACHINGS WITH FIRST CLASS PERFORMER-TEACHERS *COMPOSITION *IMPROV *JAZZ ~PERFORMANCE* PRACTICE TIME *RECORDING SEMINAR HERITAGEWALKS*RECREATIONTIME*MA~IMUM40PER WEEK· "IF MUSIC BE THE FOOD OF LOVE, PLAY ON!" At MidSu'mmer Music we work hard and we play hatd! .w. . ·Call Gretchen Anner (905) 764-1924 or visit www.tcmi.ca For Information or Brochures: 905.825.1475 or 905.333.3357 Email hamoline@cogeco.ca . Website: http:/ !home. cogeco.ca/- gsaarinen Ma rch 1 -- April 7 2002 www.thewholenote.com 43

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