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Volume 7 Issue 9 - June 2002

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  • Toronto
  • Festival
  • Jazz
  • Theatre
  • Choral
  • Choir
  • Orchestra
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years, the church of Ste-Cecile, with its brilliant naive decor, is the host of memorable corx:erts. Its wooden snucture offers unique acoustics. This year will feature Bernard Labadie as guest conductor of the Festival Choir and Orchestra, violinist Monica Huggett, soprano Karina Gauvin, tenor Michael Slattery, Trio Sonnerie from England, a Tea with harpsichordist Hank Knox, and a musical brunch with Ensemble Ferintosh, featuring violinist David Greenberg. Works by Handel (L' Allegro, il Pensoroso ed il Moderato), Vivaldi (Four Seasons), Frescobaldi~ Rameau, Byrd, Jenkins, etc. Glimmerglass, Opera 2002 ·Festival Season July 5 - August 27 Venue: The Alice Busch Opera Theater, Cooperstown NY Phone: 607-547-2255 ' E-Mail: tickets@glimmerglass.org Website: www.glimmerglass.org This internationally acclaimed swiuner festival's repertory productions include Mascagni/Leoncavallo's CavaOeria Rusticana/Pagliacci, Adamo's Littk Women, Haydn's Orlando Paladino, and Poulenc's Dialogues of the Cµnneliles. Visit our website for more infonnation. Grand River Baroque Festival July 5-7, 2002 Venue: Buehlow· Barn, near Ayr, Ontario Contact: Cheryl Ewing, 519 579-8564 Phone: 519.745-5853 · · E-Mail: jmason@kw.igs.net or grbf@golden.net Website: www.grbf.ca THE GRAND RlvFR Baroque Festival 2002 focuses on music of J.S. Bach and Italian baroque composerS. The Festival opens Friday with a concert featuring Daniel Lichti, Dennis St ~!MEI( OF Mt 1 SIC: FESTIVAL PROFILES Giesbrecht, Gabrielle McLaughlin and present workshops on improvisational theVoxExCordechoirinBach'scan- techniques to students in several of tatas 1 and 82, the Brandenburg Con" Guelph's local schools. certo No. 1 performed by the Grand River Baroque Ensemble, and the c minor coocerto for oboe and violin performed by the FeStival's artistic direc- Hu ntsvi I le tors, James Mason and Julie Baumgartel. Saturday is a full day, Festival of the Arts three-concert Italian extravaganza, beginning with a concert of early baroque music on period instruments and ending with an 11 pm solo violin performance by·Farran·Janfes. The festival coQCludes Sunday afternoon with more J.S: Bach featuring Carolyn Sinclair, soprano. Guelph · Jazz Festival September 4 · September 8 Various venues: Macdonald Stewart Art Centre, River Run Centre, St. George's Anglican Church, Guelph Youth Music Centre, and Carden Street Jazz Tent Phone: 519· 763-4952 Fax: (519)763-3155 E-Mail: info@guelphjazzfestival.com Website:www.guelphjazzfestival.com FESTIVAL ALEXANDRIA Chamber music in an idyllic rural setting half-way between Ottawa and Montreal SUNDAYS AT 3 PM June 30th to August 4th TICKETS : . AND , Call us at:' (514) 484-9076 or (613) 525-4141 July 4 to 21, 2002 Venues: Delta Grandview Resort, Deerhurst Resort, Town Hall Theatre, Trinity Church and others Phone: 1-705-788-2787; 1-800-663-2787 E·Mail: info@huntsvillefestival.on.ca Website: www.huntsvilletestival.on.ca THE GUELPH Jazz Festival annually presents a world-

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