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Volume 7 Issue 9 - June 2002

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  • Toronto
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ANNOUNCEMENTS

ANNOUNCEMENTS ANNOUNCEMENTS, WORKSHOPS, ETCETERA Band.lntreMinf. Bigbandslllw &darce. Guests: The Sermaders; Michae MllllY. badeacB; WORKSHOPS •June 111Jam.4pm: Mississauga Symphony. Zy!1fllll Jelize;lk. artistic cirector. Colony Hotel •June 21 :30: Toronto Early Music Players C Slap fKme Tau. Visit beautifijy desi!Jel & Toronto, 89 Chestrut St 416-231-5695. Organization. Workslllp by Shaman Purves-Snith. declrated MississCIJga tores withrrusical {cim", dam,J &sll!wl. {dam,J &slllw). llrisi1g Urited Cfmh,49 BoglrtAve.416487- rnmles.905-6154401. . •June 2210am·2pm: Ontario Registered 9261.. •June 16:00: Scarborough Music Theatre .. Music Teachers' Association, Central Toronto •June 1512:00 noon: Brampton Folk 40thAnivrnayCe/e/Jmti;n Cocktai.5, lllrs Branch. Sale of used music. Sheet rrusic, Festival.Ah«lm? W

ACCOUNTING AND INCOME TAX SERVICE for small business and individuals, to save you time and money, customized to meet your needs. Norm Pulker, B. Math. CMA. 905-717-5421 or 905-830-2985. CLARINET/SAX LESSONS, also preparation for RCM theory and history exams. Experienced teacher, MM. BM. Convenient downtown location. (416)532-6761 or klar~rrl@sympatico.ca CLASSICAL MUSIC LOVER? Hobby pianist/ You're nuts if you don't join us July 30-August 8 in lovely, historic Kromeriz, Czech Republic. Orchestral concerts, daily music appreciation dams, keyboard lessons, cultural excunions, great beer. Very affordable! Our third season. Information: www.symphonicworkshops.com or call me. Peter Kristian Mose, 416-923-3060. EAR TRAINING, MUSICIANSHIP, SIGHT-SINGING, dictation. rhythmic training, keyboard skills, theory (all Conservatory-type subjects. solfa. jazz). All levels, professional/serious beginnm. Detailed study available - ].I.Bach, Renaissance, Jazz. Art Levine, MA, ARCT; Host of "This is Art" on CBC; RCM . Professional School Faculty; Instructor, Univmity of Toronto, etL 416-924- 8613. Visit website: www.artlevine.com FESTIVAL WIND ORCHESTRA. We're looking for neW" membm of all ages to join us in the fall. Check us out in conc~rt on June 11 at 8pm, Fairview Library Theatre - then come out and play with us! Percussion, lower brass, clarinets, oboe. bassoon especially welcome. For details, call Shelley at (416)491-1683. FOR RENT/DOWNTOWN: Practice rooms (pianos included), and large rehemal space with .soundboard. Rates on a sliding scale. Call 416-925- (UN)CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING 7222 for information. Cabbagetown Community Arts Tenon & Basses. For information call 416-421 -9710 Centre, 454 Parli~ment St www.northtorontoplaym.com FULL SIZE CELLO FOR SALE. 1991 Johann , PROFESSIONAL PIANO ACCOMPA· Carol. Used professionally in chamber music, concertos NIST for vocal and instrumental. Recitals, exwith orchestra. Excellent Condition. Perfect for the ams, choin, coaching. opera. lieder. Reasonable advancing student Hard case and bow induded. ,000 rates. Cecilia Song, 416-512-9341. obo. Call laura 416-575-2010. GUITARS: unique handmade instruments includ- PIANIST WILL PLAY Jazz-flavoured backing acoustic archtops, at good prices, for sale or ground music free of charge at charitable and noncommission by Michael Sankey. Luthier (613)733-8441 profit events. Can bring own piano. Call Neville at sankeymichael@hotmail.com (905)877-8471. HAVE YOU EVER WANTED TO SING, thought you wouldn't or couldn\ or do you just want a place to play with the possibilities of your voice. Small groups. 6 - . Johanne, 416-461-8425. LOOKING FOR experienced Suzuki-trained violin, cello or piano teachm. Please contact Julian Fisher at 416-968-0303. . MERLIN WILLIAMS is available to do digital recordings of your orchestra. band, choir or chamber group on location. Reasonable rates for archival and demo recordings. For more info, call (416)489-0275 or email: merlinw@netcom.ca MUSIC F.OR ALL OCCASIONS! Duets. Trios, Dance Band, Big Band. Background, Centre-stage. Classical, Contemporary, Dixieland, Jazz! ]SL Enterprises 905-276-3373. ORGANIST AND CHOIR DIRECTOR for An~ican Church. Small choir ill 4 parts. 3 year new 2 manual organ Ahlborn-Galanti. One Sunday service, one reheanal with choir per week. T raditional/contemporary music. Required I Sept 2002. St. Cyprians Anglican Church, I 080 Finch Ave. E. North York. For information, F. Baker (905)889- 0536. E-mail .fredsan@sympatico.ca NORTH TORONTO PLAYERS a Gilbert & Sullivan Community Theatre Group would welcome rroronto Schoo{ !for Strings Julian Fisher, violin and viola Kleis Swan, violin Mary Fisher, cello Private Lessons Group Classes Qualified/Ecperienced Suzuki Instructors RCM Exam Preparation Junior Reading Orchestra, Chamber music Adult String Orchestra All Ages Wel_come 3+ 416-968-0303 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCED Russian piano accompanist for vocal and instrumental. Recitals, exams, choirs, coaching, opera. Call Evgenia. (416)226-3002, (416)399-6579. STRING TEACHERS NEEDED. The Perfo0rmance School of Music in Burlington is seeking teachm for the following instruments: violin, cello and viola. Suzuki method preferred. Please call 1- 905-319~8025 or email info@psmusic.ca SUMMER THEO~Y RUDIMENTS CAMP - Prepare for· August RCM exam with Maxine Willan, piano/theory teacher and examiner. Info. call 416-466- . 7195. SINGING LESSONS Experien

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