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Volume 8 Issue 1 - September 2002

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  • Toronto
  • September
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ANNOUNCEMENTS ... ETC

ANNOUNCEMENTS ... ETC CONTINUED Workshop. Goethe Institute, 163 King St. West. · GenevanPsalter. Workshopf9rrecorders, viols, 416-532-3019. reeds, percussion & other instruments, conducted. *Septeinber 23 7:30: Arnm~k.Anlntnxfuction by Stephanie Martin. Lansing United Church, 49 to Scat Sir(/irYJ. Experieo::e vocal ir!rovisation; isten Bogert Ave.416487-9261. . · toesta!HalscatsiJ,jers;leanbreat!Tgtec/ricµls; *September ~ 12:00: Arnmeek!Canadian devekJp yru JlllSOllalvocalraYJe. Horey Novd, !Jpera Co11'4J8ny: CaingAHBathroomOivas(and Eader. locatioo TBA.416-782-7944. Oivtls/JBITT,JyourbeStaria;jiaristprovDrlCOC *September 25 & October 27:15: All The. ArtisticActiilistratorwilirovideconstructive . King's Voices. Sight-Singing Workshop Part feedJack on lllwto arltion and ijveiisiler's Two. Opportunity for amateur singers & others ilformatioo on what OPEJil COf1lJCllills are 1ookiYJ for. to review & strengthen their vocal technique and Aulitors also webm!. Joey & Toby T cnriJalrn sight -reading. David J. King, workshop conductor. Ope-a Centre, 227 Front St. East. 416-363-6671. Willowdale United Church, 349 Kenneth Ave. *September 21 -29, time TBA: Artsweek. 416-225-2255. for 5 sessions. WtJr!d Drumming. Adultprogram that *September 25 7:30: Toronto Early Music 1 experiments with South American, West African · Centre. Vocal Circle. Recreational reading of & Caribbean drumming techniques & rhythms. early choral music. Ability to read music desirable Art Start$ Neighbourhood Cultural Centre, 324 but not essential. 166 Crescent Rd. 416-920- 0akwood Ave. 416-656-9994 x3. PWYC. 5025. (non-members). *September 22 2:00: Arraymusic/The *September 26 7:30: Artsilveek. learn to Goethe Institute. Walter Zimmermann Sing and Harmonize. All ladies welcome for an wWare Academy of M~si_~·,·-~WI•'' Achievino Musical Excellence! *ffjl~J 1 1 7K' r;/i;rc b (905) 479-0591 Transforming Bright Minds into Great Achievers Composer Peter Ware, M.M. Yale. University Classical Guitarist Lynn Harting-Ware, M.M. Kent State University Music Classes in Preparation for RCM Examinations Rudiments, Harmony, History, Analysis, Counterpoint Class Sessions Begin: May, July, September and January ·1th . @ For Course Listings & Free MP3s: www.Acoma-co.com 4350 Steeles Ave. E. (Market Village) 1•'104A, Markham, ON Music Appreciation with Rick Phillips Host of CBC Radio's Sound Advice Would you 'like to enh'ance your enjoyment of classical music? Join Rick Phillips for two informative and ' ' I entertaining Music Appreciation courses. Jl C~ntrally locatedat the Royal Conservatory of Music, 273 Bloor St. West ' Jl . Two twelve-week evening courses, Wednesdays - .7:30-9:30 PM Jl Jl No pr~requisites - just an enjoyment and interest in classical music Engaging, educational, and enlightening For more information or to enroll call the RCM (416) 408-2825 evening of four-part hannony with the Toronto Accolades' of Hannony. ~arl Bales Community Centre, 4169 Bathurst. 416-281·7925. Free. *September 29 1 :30: Alliance for Canadian New Music Projects/Royal Conservatory of Music/Association of Canadian Women Composers. Canadian Contemporary Music Workshop. Lecture & workshop by composer David Gordon Duke with participa\ion of composers Ann Southam & Mary Gardiner; )lerfonnance of compositions by student & other composers. Ettore Mazzoleni Concert Hall, 273 Bloor St. West. 416-963- 5937. , $.10(partial day). *September 29 2:00: CAMMAC: Music reading forsiYJers and orchestra of Beetroven's 9th Syrrctooy (4thrmvermt). Coil Clarke, concix:tor. lnslnJTBltiiists please bri1g music stand.5. Chist CtuchDee-Park. 1570YO!YJE!St.416-978-7665. (non-rrerbe's), (rrerbers). *October 5 & 6 2:00-4:30: CANINlAC. The A Cappel/a Evolution. Workshop conducted by Suba Sankaran. Day 1: History of vocal jazz ensembles, from barbershop to doo-wop, gospel to contemporary a cappella. Day 2: Introduction to blues, scat singing, vocal percussion & group improvisation (circle songs). 166 Crescent Rd. 416-928-6991.. Non-members or for 1 day; members $ 29 or ff for 1 day. *October 6 1:30: Alliance for Canadian New Music Projects/RCM/Association ~f Canadian Women Composers. Canadian Contemporary Music Workshop. See September 29. Noel Ryan Auditorium, Mississauga Central Library, 301 Bumhamthorpe Rd. West. *Peter Smith Jazz Workshops. Topics include blowing, repertoire; compositions & ensemble skills in a jazz combo setting. Anyone welcome. September 4,9, 18,23: 7:30. Japanese United Church, Dovercourt south of Bloor. 416-785-8609, www.potesmote.ca. . Please confinn attendanc~ beforehand. 'Toronto Scfwo[![or Strings ~ Located nea~ 5 Y ~~~~e~t~:nd Bloor St. Private Lessons Group Classes Qualified/Experiericed Suzuki Instructors RCM Exam Preparation Junior Reading Orchestra, Chamber music Adult ~tring Orchestra , All Ages 3+ Adults Welcome Contact Julian Fisher 416-968-0303 w;ww. torontoschoolforstrings.com The Piano music of Beethoven The R·ussian Symphony 44 begins Sept. 18, 2002 begins Jan. 22, 2003 I

PIANO LESSONS AND ACCOMPANI­ MENT for vocal and instruments. Experienced, · qualified Master of Music. Festivals, R.C.M. prep .. all levels. Mississauga East. Larissa 90S·238-7150. ACCOUNTING AND INCOME TAX MUSIC FOR ALL OCCASIONS! Duets, Trios, SERVICE for small business and individuals, to Dance Band, Big Band. Background, 1Centre-stage. save you time and money, customized to meet your Classical, Contemporary, ,Dixieland, jazz! JSL Enterneeds. Norm Pulker, B. Math. CMA. 905-717-5421 or prises 905-276-3373. 905-830-2985. NEW MEMBERS NEEDED! The North To­ BALDWIN FOR SALE. Hamilton model, 45" ronto Singers are a well-established choral group high with bench. Walnut. Very .stable. F,ull music under the direction of Gary Heard. Three concerts are rail. Excellent condition. (416)922-2125. planned for the coming season, two of which will be EAR TRAINING, MUSICIANSHIP, held at the spectacular Loretto Abbey, one of these SIGHT-SINGING, dictation, rhythmic train- being a two-choir presentation of works by Handel. ing, keyboard skills, theory (all Conservatory-type All parts welcome. Rehearsals Tuesday evenings, Church subjects, solfa, jazz). All level.s. professional/serious of t.he Transfiguration. 905-893-9626. beginners. Detailed study available - j.S.Bach, Ren- NORTH TORONTO PLAYERS a Gilbert & aissance, jazz. Art Levine, MA, ARCT; Host of _Sullivan Community Theatre Group would welcome "This is Art" on CBC; RCM Professional School Fae- · Tenors & Basses. For information call 416-421-9710 ulty; Instructor, University of Toronto, etc. 416-9.24- www.northtorontoplayers.com 8613. Visit website: www.artlevin.e.com PIANIST WILL' PLAY jazz.flavoured back­ EXPERIENCED LADY REQUIRED for ground music free of charge at charitable and nonprofessional cleaning service/with car. Call Julia: 416• profit events. Can bring own piano. Call Neville at Voice Clarinet T ru~pei Flute 265-5420. (905)877-8471. FESTIVAL WIND ORCHESTRA. Community orchestra of aboveaverage calibre seeks new members._ Rehearsals on Tuesdays, 7:30-9:30, Yonge & Sheppard area, starting September I 0. All instruments, ages w·elcome. Professional conductor. For more info, call Shelley at (416)491-1683. FLUTE LESSONS: Individualized instruction for children and adults, tailored to skill level and goals. Classical, jazz and Royal Conservatory training. Upper Beaches (416)693-8778. JiAVE YOU EVER WANTED TO SING, thought you wouldn't or couldn't, or do you just want a place to play with the possibilities of your voice. Small groups. 6 • 5. Johanne, 416-461- 8425 . . LE COMMENSAL, 'a fine vegetarian re~taurant in the heart of downtown Toronto, invitei amateur musicians trained in classical, 1.ight chamber, jazz or voice to enquire about performing short pieces, songs and compositions that suit our environment. For more information, contact Susanna Yeung at 416-596-9364 or email ssky@-rogers.com. *LOOKING TO. PLAY in an excellent community symphony orchestra? The York Symphony is a friendly group in its 41 st season. There are openings in all string sections. Call Ken at (416)225- 0788. . ' TLC . for . musicians by a .. musician .. Endurance • Breath Posture • Muscle Release Dr. Katarina Bulat, Chiropractor Clinic: Back in Motion 1370 Danforth Ave. Tel: 416-461-2225 Private Practice: 18 Vernadale Cres. · Tel : 416-752-8673 PIANO TEACHER & VOCAL COACH/ ACCOMPANIST needed for downtown singing · school. Please call 416-968-0984. PIANO TUNING & REPAIR Vintage Piano Reconditioning, Restringing, Key Recovering. Extensive work experience • Refe{enm. Honours Diploma • European Master Classes. 416:803-6150. SINGING LESSONS Experienced, qualified Bae. Music, Classical, Semi-popular. R.C.M. prep .. all levels. Central location. Interest in disabilities. 416- 1 924-3877. THE BEACH ARTS CENTRE 416-690-4552. Music Lessons all ages and levels! Music for babies and toddlers! Exams, performances. Piano Violin THE CHOIR OF GENTLEMEN, BOYS AND GIRLS of St. Sim~n-the-Apostle welcomes young singers aged 7 to 14 to apply for the choir. Children shouJd possess a pleasant singing · voice. This vibrant choir offers young choristers an excellent musical training within .a secure environment, opportunities for friendship and a small monthly honorarium. St. Simon's is located at 525 Bloor East (Bloor and Sherbourne), Toronto. For further details' please contact Thomas Bell, Director of Music. (416)923-8714 x208. THE PERFORMING EDGE Performance enhancement training inension managemenL concentration, goal setting, imagery. Individualized to meet your performance situation. ~ate F. Hays, Ph.D .. C.Psych .. practising clinical and performing arts psychology. 416-961-0487. THE SOCIETY ·of SINGERS, a 4-part choir performing a varied programme at Seniori'. Residences, welcomes new members. Rehearsals, .beginning September 9, are Mondays I :00 to 3:00 p.m. at Blythwood Baptist Chu(ch, on Blythwood Road just east of Yonge Street. Ample parking. just come, or phone 4 lo-467- 2932 or 416-421-9277. · The 7th··arinua1 Arts Richmond

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