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Volume 7 Issue 9 - June 2002

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COVER STORY 8 Add Music to your: Stratford Experience! JULY 24-: AUGUST 4, 2002 Jane BUirnett & Friends Caliban 'Bassoon Quartet · Canadian Brass Berthold Carriere, featured composer Mary Lou' Fallis, with Peter Tiefenbach David Jalbert, pianist Jean-Pierre Leguay, organist, Notre Dame Cathedral, Paris Matapat Folk Ensemble National Youth Orchestra of Canada Phil Nimmons Quartet with Ranee Lee Paragon Harp Duo Ian Parker, pianist Sarah Pratt, violinist Royal City Saxophone Quartet St. Marys Children's Choir, Eileen Baldwin, conductor' Summer Music Organ Academy Kaori Yamagami, cellist Yamaha Canada's Young People's Programming TICKETS: · 1-800-56 7-1600 w' Finley at 7:00. Parry Sound in time for IMPACT, My third day-trip: Kitchener mu- clarinetist and festival director, James sicians, violinist Julie Baumgartel, Campbell, with percussionist and oboist James Mason, are launch- Beverley Johnston playing a lot of ing a brand new .festival, the Grand contemporary Canadian. music River Baroque Festival the week- am0µg other things. Then the end of July 5, 6 & 7. Saturday, July Gryphon Trio performs an all 6, is the really big day, with four Mozart program at noon with violist concerts of Italian Baroque music David Harding and flautist Suzanne which they describe as "crazy, pas- Shulman, and the day concludes with sionate, wild and wonderful. .. !" plus a concert at 8:00 ~at will include a pre-conceit talk, beginning at 1 : 15 the world premiere of "Alice in the and e.nding with a violin recital at Orchestra" "... a sophisticated mull :00 p.m. What a great way to sical entertainment fororchestra and spend the first Saturday in July! actor/singers" by Gene DiNovi and For years the people behind the Garry Michael Dault. Festival of the Sound have been I hope the following FESTIVAL PROinviting me to come, but I've never . FiLES will be as helpful to you in planmade it. That will all change on ning your summer of music as they August _1st. I'll have to leave at were to me. Perhaps we'll cross paths around 7:00 a.m. in order to get to in search of music this summer! Banff Arts July 12-Aug 4 FESTIVAL PROFILES Brott Summer Music Jun 16-Aug 15 Calgary International Organ Aug 7-17 Collingwood Music July12-Aug 3 Domaine Forget Festival International June 22-Aug 25 Elora Festival July 12-Aug 4 Festival of the Sound July 19-Aug11 It's a Grand Summer June13-Sep21 · Lameque International Baroque Mu.sic Festival July 26-28 ,Glimmerglas~ Opera July 5-Aug 27 Grand River Baroque July 5-7 Guelph Jazz F~stival Sept 4-8 Huntsville Festival · of the Arts July 4-21 Kinca!dine Summer Music Aug 4-18 Lanaudiere Festival June 28-Aug 1 Markham Jazz Festival Aug 15-18 Niagara International Chamber' Music Festival July 30-Aug 21 Ottawa International Chamber . Music Festiva1July27-Aug 10 Southern Ontario Banff Arts Festival July 12 · August 4, 2002 Venue: The Banff Centre. Alberta Contact: Enza Apa Box Office 1 ·800·413·8368 or 403· 762·6301 E·mail: box Website: FRoM SHAKFSPEARE in the Park to music in the mountains; from Aboriginal Dance to lectures by some of the brightest minds in contemporary culture, The Banff Centre presents more than (J() engaging arts events during this summer's Banff Arts Festival. Also during the summer season, listen to over 40 summer music concerts featuring more than 250 musicians from around the world. Wepresentjazz, chamber, baroque, and contemporary music, music• for voice and music for key- / board. And, stay tuned August 6 to · August 10 as we present special cham­ .ber orchestra concerts featuring some of the best double reed players from around the world, as The Banff Centre hosts the 31st Annual International Double Reed Society Conference. There is something for everyone to enjoy at The Banff Centre! . Chamber Music Institute Aug 17-25 StratfordSummerMusicJu1y24-Aug4 Brott Summer symphony in the Barn July 6-Aug 3 Music Festival 2002 Toronto Downtown Jazz June 21-30 Uptown Waterloo Jazz July 11-13 We'stben Arts Festival Theatre June 29-July 28. Jun.e 16 to Aug. 15 Venues: Hamilton Place, Theatre Aquarius, Dundurn Castle, Ancaster Old Mill, Royal Botanical Gardens (Hamilton); FESTIVAL PROFILES CONTINUE PAGE 40 June 1 - July 7 2002

July 5th -July 7th Including an Italian Feast of Music & Food July-6th with performances by: Grand River Baroque Ensemble, . Vox ex Corde Choir Daniel Lichti, Carolyn Sinclair, Dennis Giesbrecht and more ... Festival orthe Sound James Campbell, Artistic Director . July 19 - August 11, 2002 Over 60 musical events including: Gala Opening- Festival Baroque- July 19 Shores of Newfoundland cruise - July 21 For the Love of the Piano- July 27 Paris to New York - July 31, August 1, 2 Jazz Canada Weekend-. August 3, 4 St. John Passion - August 9 ... and much more! For a brochure or tickets, call 7()5-746-2410 ~r fax 705-746-5639 Write P.O. Box 7~0, Parry Sound, ON P2A 2Zl E-mail: June 1 - July 7 2002 9

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