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Volume 8 Issue 10 - July/August 2003

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  • Festival
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IN THE WEST continued from page 33 Banff Sunvner Arts Festival, July 11-August 10 800413-83681403-762-6301 http:l/www.banffcentre.ca/bsaf Over 60 concerts and events featuring such artists as Edgar Meyer, Shauna Rolston, Alain Trudel and Jens Lindeman, plus dance, opera, jazz. aboriginal and multimedia presentations. Grand orchestral concert and fully staged production of the dramatic new Canadian opera by John Estacio and John. Murrell, Filumena (Aug. 6, 8, 10), both conducted by BramweD Tovey. Calgary Folk Music Festival, July 24-27 403-233-0004 http:l/www.calgaryfolkfest.com More than 50 folk, blues, world, alternative and celtic artists in concert at Prince's Island Park. Mountairiview International Festival of Song and Chamber Music, Calgary, August 3-17 403-2404174and403-220-7202 http://www.mountainviewconnection.com Masterclasses for singers and pianists with Ru· dolph Jansen, vocal and chamber music concerts held in the intimate and acoustically superb Eckhardt-Gramatte Hall at the University of Calgary (2500 University Or. NW). Mozart on the Mountain, Canmore, Alberta, Sept 14 403-299-8888 www.mozartonthemountain.com Rosemary Thomson conducts this late summer concert, where the Calgary Philham10nic Orchestra and William Hopson (alphom) make the surrounding mountains echo at the Stewart Creek Golf Course in Three· Sisters Mountain Village, about 15 ninutes east of Banff. Enbridge Symphony Under the Sky, Edmonton, August 28 · Septeirber 1 780429-1992 http://www.edmontonsymphony.com Concerts featuring the ESQ with Marie-Nicole Lerrieux, Patrick Jee and concertmaster, John Lowry i1 Hawrelak Park. ANNOUNCEMENTS, LECTURES, ETCETERA ANNOUNCEMENTS •July 4,5 & 6: City of Toronto. Celebrate Toronto Street Festival. Five festival sites featuring various entertainment. Yonge Street at Dundas, Bloor, St. Clair, Eglinton & Lawrence. 416-395-0490. Free. •July 5 & 6 1pm-10:30pm: Music Africa. Afrofest 2003. Celebration of African music and culture. Stella Cheweshe (mb~a), Onmrers of Burundi, Nyamusango, George Sawa & Arabesque, T oum Kak Dnmners & other perfomiers. Main stage, Queen's Park. Wellesley Street north side. 416-469-5336. Free. *August 7 7:00: Toronto All-Star Big Band. Dancing TJ/I Dark. Open-air Big Band Show and dancing on the green. Complimentary champagne. Applewood Homestead, 450 The West MaD. 416· 231-5695. Free. •August 8 7:15: New Adventures in Sound Art. Sound Travels: Guided Soundwalk. Participants will be guided across Centre Island with attention drawn to various acoustic spaces. Followed by Artist Talk at 8:00 (see Lectures/ Symposia). Centre Island Ferry Docks, Island side. 416-910-7231. Free. •August 16 10am-10pm: Canadian Band Association. Festival of Bands. Bandshell, Canadian National Exhibition grounds. 416-263· 3800. •August 21 -24: Epilepsy Toronto BuskerFest Street performers festival featuring roving musicians, artisan vendors & more. St. Lawrence Market neighbourhood, Front Street between Church & Jarvis. 416-964-9095. Free with voluntary donation to benefit Epilepsy Toronto. •July & August. Wednesdays 11am & 6pm: Toronto Music Garden. Guided Tours through the Garden. Walking tours led by Toronto Civic !Jarden Centre volunteer guides. 475 Queens Quay West. To book: 416-397-1340. Self-guided audio tours also avaiable: rental fee. ~Ware Academy of Music Achievi~g Musical Excellence! *flJA~fTd!l!e ·~;J:!t'C (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 e ·1 th @ For Course Listings & ·Free MP3s: \'WW.Acoma-co.com ~~50 s.t~eles Ave. E. (Market, Village). .fl04~,__tVIay~l~~!P..:,. 2£i 34 w ww.thewholenote.com LECTURES/SYMPOSIA •July 7-11: University of Toronto. Wmd Band Teaching and Conducting Symposium. For music educators of all levels. Topics include: Conducting and rehearsal techniques; conducting calisthenics; score study and interpretation; wind band repertoire for all pedagogical levels; percussion performance techniques & other subjects. Edward Johnson Bldg,, 80 Queen's Park. 416-946-7943. 0(active participants), 5(observer participants), 0(students). •July 314:00: Stratford Sunvner Music.Amla' Harry Somers lecture. Tony Urquhart addresses similarities and differences between music and the visual arts. City Hall Auditorium. Stratford. 1- 800-567-1600. Free. •August 3 11:30am: Stratford Festival. Table Talk: The King and l lnfonnal lecture including songs, poetry, chants & folk tales by storyteller Mary-Eileen McClear. Paul D. Fleck Marquee, Festival Theatre, Stratford. 1-800-567-1600. (adult), (18 & younger)(includes buffet lunch). •August 8 8:00: New Adventures in Sound Art. Artist Talk: Electroacoustic Music About Sacred Spaces. Barry Truax will draw on rrusic based on Christian, Hindu & lslanic cultures during his talk. Church of St. Andrew-by-the-Lake, Centre lsland.416-910-7231. PWYC. •August 1311 :30am: Stratford Festival. Table Talk: Gigi. Informal lecture. by Joel Greenberg. Paul D. Fleck Marquee, Festival Theatre, Stratford. 1-800-567-1600. [includes buffet lunch). MASTER CLASSES •July 2 & 3: Westben Arts Festival Theatre. String Ouartet Masterclasses. Led by Stephen Sitarski, Sophie Drouin, David Rose & Thomas Wiebe. The Barn. 3km NW of Carnpbellford. 1- 877-883-5777. •July 3 7:00: Grand River Baroque Festival. Masterclass with Linda Melsted in Baroque perfonnance practice. The Barn, Buehlow Fann, near Ayr. 519-273-2908. , (auditors $10). •July 9 & 10: Westben Arts Festival Theatre. Piano Masterclasses. Led by Phifip Thomson. The Barn, 3km NW of CarnpbeDford. 1-877-883-5777. •July 16 & 17: Westben Arts Festival Theatre. Voice Masterclasses. Led by Michael Burgess. The Barn, 3km NW of CampbeDford. 1-877-883-5777. •July 25 2:00, July 26 11:00am & 2:00: Stratford Summer Music. Organ Academy masterclasses with Ullrich Bohme. Knox Church, Waterloo & Ontario Streets, Stratford. 1-800-567· 1600.Free. •August 7 7:00: New Adventures in Sound Art. Sound Travels. Master class by Barry Truax for electroacoustic composers and sound artists. Registrants are encouraged to bring scores and/ or audio CDs. 401 Richmond St. West. For registration info, email naisa@soundtravels.ca . •August 8 2:00: Festival of the Sound. Cello masterclass with T suyoshi T sutsuni and young cellists. Charles W. Stockey Centre for the Perfoming Arts, 2 Bay St. Parry Sound. 705-746· 2410.Free. WORKSHOPS •July 31 8:00: Toronto Folk Singers Club. Bring your voice and musical instrument (optional) to share songs. T ranzac, 292 BrunswiCk. 416-537-7422. •All the King's Voices. Sight-Singing Workshops. Part 1 (providing a groumf111g in basic vocal technique & sight -reading): July 21 · July 24 7:15pm-9:45pm. David J. King. instructor. Willowdale United Church, 349 Kenneth Ave. 416-225-2255. each session. •Hart House Summer Orchestra. Reading Orchestra. Open to players of all orchestral instruments. Read tlvough some great music & meet some wonderful people. Keith Reid, conductor. To August 21: Thursdays at 7:30pm. Music Room. 7 Hart House Circle. 416- 944-1263. The University Settlement MUSIC AND ARTS SCHOOL Has positions available for TEACHERS Voice, Flute, Recorder, Percussion Qualifications: A Bachelor's level Degree in Music, or a general Arts/Education degree, or equivalent training. Teaching experience with children and adults. For over 80 years, the University Settlement Music and Arts School has provided high quality music and arts programs at affordable prices. We believe that the arts should be a right, not a privilege. Please apply with cover letter and resume in writing by July 18th; 2003 Music and Arts Director University Settl.ement Music & Arts School 23 Grange Rd., Toronto, ON M5T 1 (3 Fax: 416-598-4401

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