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Volume 7 Issue 6 - March 2002

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COVER STORY A Marriage

COVER STORY A Marriage in Music: Kristine Bogyo and Anton Kuerti by Dorith

COVER STORY/SPECIAL FEATURE After much soul searching, I found activity-what's meaningful to them; my niche by initiating the Mooredale and it can be wonderfui if the couple youth program and concert series, and can share these things quite deeply ... and it's been a great success. I've that can help one's own musicality to appreciated Anton's ,encouragement, evolve." and now feel that we are on a more equal footing because I have an inde- Highlighting Kuerti and Bogyo' s peOOentprofile.l'mcomfortablenow." joint recital on March 17m is Cesar Kuerti's thoughts go to the core Franck's cello sonata, and an attractive as well: "Every couple has a centre of work by the little known French composer Louis Vieme, a student of in Beethoven's Piano Sonata No. 24, Franck and Faure. Also to be heard is Op. 78 and Mendelssohn's Fantasia '\Magog" - a short poetic work for inf-sharp . cello and piano Kuerti composed for Fittingly in terms of their Bogyo during their coUrtship at the commitment to community engage­ Orford Arts Centre inMagog, Quebec. ment, the March 17 Toronto concert These three works will appear on the is the second of two; March 16 they couple's second·CD, to be released• present the same program "further later this year on the Dorertri label. The afield" iµ the intimate and historic Arkell concert also features Kuerti as solojst Sch90Iholise near Guelph. Summer programs help art music survive and thrive. ALTAMIRA SUMMER OPERA CAMP Mail: Tanenbaum Opera C.entre, 227 Front Street East, Toronto ON M5A 1E8 Phone:416-363-66l1 or416·306·2307 Fax: 416-363·5584 E·mail: education@coc.ca Website: www.coc.ca Contact person: Lori Barrett Program loEation: Joey and Toby Tanenbaum Opera Centre, 227 Front Street East, Toronto Application deadline: March 29 No Auditions Dates: 3 sessions in July Fees: .00 per one week session Non-residential Age Group: Grades 4 - 6 Level: Beginner to Intermediate 'fype: All aspects of Opera This summer camp, run by the COC, gets children involved in all aspects of opera: drama/movement, set, costumes, make-up, vocal technique and perfonnance. The programme is set up in one-week sessions. Due to . the programme'.s popularity children can only attend one session. seminars,' chamber. music, public performances. The focus is on intensive training for serious, self-motivated students. Participants receive 16 lessons for their instrument and 16 chamber music. lessons in a six-week period. The faculty represents major music universities and conservatories in North America. Summer initiates become year-round audiences; intense BANFF CENTRE: MUSIC & summer institutes and workshops expose young professionals SOUND PROGRAMS and advanced students to topflight teachers and new B.ox 1020, Station 28, Banff, Alberta Tll 1 H5 repertoire; professional musicians get to round out annual Phone: 403-762-6180 Fax: 403· 762-6345 incomes; institutions come closer to using facilities to their E-mail: arts info@banffcentre.ca full, year-round capacity; regions where many summer programs are located get seasonal exposure to levels of Website: www.banffcentre.ca *All information is on website· participants can music usually reserved for cities. register on·line as well Contact: Karen Harper, Registrar There is something for everyone here: from occasional to Program location: Banff, Alberta intensive; from bucolic to urban. Young or old, amateur or Application deadline: ·until professional, beginner or advanced: we hope this inspires programs are full you plan ahead and to soak up some music this summer! No audition required - adjudication by audition tapes Prqgram dates: SUMMER CAMP AND PROGRAMS LISTINGS Chamber Music Residency: Altamira Summer Opera Camp June 10-28 Aria International Summer Academy Instrumental Master Gasses: Banff Centre: Music & Sound Programs Julyl-19 BSS Erin Gilmour Summer Arts Workshops Musicians at Large: July 5-14 ARIA INTERNATIONAL CAMMAC - Cedar Glen at Appleby ON Keyboard Festival: July 22 - Aug. 2 " SUMMER ACADEMY CAMMAC - Lake MacDonald, PQ Song in Collaboration: July 22- 95 Thorncliffe Park Dr., Suite 3604, Toronto, Centauri Summer Arts Camp Aug. 2 ON M4H 1L7 Choirs Ontario Junior and Teen Camps Chamber Orchestra Residency: Phone: 416-425-0778 Fax: 416-425-0279 Classical Pursuits July 22 - August 10 . E:mail:ariaint@pathcom.com Domaine Forget Music & Dance Academy Website:' www.axxent.ca/- ariaint Program Fees range from 0- Hollows Camp Contact person: Mihai Tete!, Director 00 + room & board (scholar Infinite Variety: French Operatic Heroines Program location: University of ships available) Interprovincial Music Camp Western Ontario, London Residential Midsummer Music by th~ Lake Application deadline: April 14 Ages: All More Than Music Audition dates: April/May Levels: intermediate/advanced Mount Royal College Organ Academy International Summer School Dates: July 14-August 24 'fype: instrumental (strings, brass, Music at Port Milford Fees: ,500 (6-week session), percussion), voice · Music @ the Point It ,250 (3-week session). Small is the music participants in summer programs who are the heart of Orford Arts Centre 2002 scholarships available. Professional Vocal Training Program: Opera and Art Song Residential Music & Sound's concert activity in the Royal Conservatory of Music Summer Music Programs Age Groups: Junior 6-13 years old; international renowned summer festival season at The Ban.ff Centre. Each Southern Ontario Chamber Music Institute Senior 14-35 years old Southwestern Ontario Suzuki Institute Level: intermediate to preprofessional, summer, hundreds of musicians, ensembles, composers, and audio engineers St. Christopher House Music School Summer Oper;i Lyric Theatre Instruction: instrumental (piano, come to Ban.ff from around the world Summersing - The Toronto Diocesan Boy's Choir Camp violin, viola, cello, flute, clarinet) to take part in the Music & Sound career development programs. Many of Tafelmusik Baroque Summer Institute and vocal Tryp Tych Productions Other activities: private lessons, the participants are invited to present Vocal Art Forum: Drama-in-Music Project master classes, workshops, their work to the public in some of the continued on page 39 March 1 -- April 7 2002 www.thewholenote.com 7

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