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Volume 8 Issue 6 - March 2003

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13•1i!!ki1t•]~liift•]~1I SUMMER MUSIC EDUCATION ROUNDUP continued from page 34. Centauri Summer Arts Camp Mail: 19 Harshaw Ave, Toronto, ON, MBS 1 X9 Phone: 416-766-7124 Fax: 416-766-7655 E-mail: directors@centauri.on.ca Website: www.centauri.on.ca Contacts: Craig or Julie Hartley Location: Wellandport, O~ Application deadline: Nore No Auditions Program dates: (various programs run in each session including Rock, Jazz, Blues and More!, Musical Theatre) - Session 1 - 29 June - 12 July - Session 2 - 12 July - 26 July - Session 3 - 27 July - 5 Aug - Session 4 - 6 Aug - 16 Aug Residential Age groups: 9 to 18 Levels: All Centauri Am Camp is a sleepover camp specialising in (Uts training. Campers choose from a variety of programs such as Musical Theatre, Dance, Theatre, Film, Fine Art, Writing aruJ more. Choirs Ontario Summer Choral Programs Mail:l 12 St. Clair Avenue West, Suite# 403, Toronto ON M4V 2Y3 Phone: 416-923-1144 Fax: 416-929-0415 E-mail: info@choirsontario.org website: www.choirsontario.org (applications on web) Contact Person: Marta Hajek, Executive Dir. Junil:Jr Camp Program Loc;ltion: Claremont Field Centre, Pickering, ON Application Deadline: April 30 (early bird discount before March 15). Application fonns on web No auditions · Program Dates: July 14-19 Ages 9 - 13, uochanged voices only Fees: 0 after April 30 (103 discount before March 15) Residential camp Levels: beginner- intermediate lillian & Don Wright Teen Choir Camp Program location: Lake St. George Field Centre, Richmooo Hill, ON Application Deadline: April 30 (early bird discount Mar 15) Application fonns on web Program dates: July 27 - Aug. 1 Fees: 0 after April 30 (103 discount before March 15) Residential camp Ages 14-18 Levels: beginner - intermediate Other amenities: sports, outdoor/ environmental, teambuilding, bbq's, talent/skit nights, water sports. Classical Pursuits inc. ' 32 Kippendavie Ave. Toronto, ON M4L 3R4 1-877-633-2555 {toll-free) 416-892-3580 (local) ann.kirkland@classicalpursuits.com www.classicalpursuits.com Contact: Ann Kirkland . Location: Campus of University of Toronto's St. Michael's College Application deadline: Limited enrolment; first come, first served Program dates: Sunday July 20- Friday, July 25 Fees: 0J all inclusive for the week (non-residential) Residential: 0 for· accommodation and breakfast Ages: Adults, mainly 40-75 Level: No pre-requisites apart from reading and listening before corning Other activities: Many optional afternoon and evening activities, e.g., theatre, walking tours, restaurants, lectures, films, private gallery tours, receptions, athletic facilities. Join adu/J_s from across North · America for in-depth immersion into one af twe/ve themes, including: Gustav Mahler: The Man, Music, Mystique aruJ Myth - with CBC's Rick Phillips; Die Wa/kure: The Heart afWagner's Ring Cyclewith "Mr. Opera," lain Scott; Elecktra: The Cycle of Revenge :__ with N. Y. composer~ conductor arid educator, piomas w. Jo~ COC's Altamira Summer Opera Camp Mail: 227 Front St. E, Toronto, ON M5A 1 EB Phone: 416-306· 2307 Fax: 416-363-5584 E-mail: jenniferp@coc.ca Contact person: Jennifer Pugsley Program location: Joey andffoby Tanenbaum Opera Centre, 227 Front St. E., Toronto Applications: this program is filled every summer. Huny. Dates (3 one-week camps): July 8 - Aug 1 (grades 4-6) July 14 - 18 (grades 7-9) July 21 - 25 (grades 3-5) Fees: per child per week. Bursaries are available for students who require finan:ial aid. Day camp 9 a.m. - 3:30 p.m Olildren can experience everything · opera has to offer through a variety · of fun, hands-onactiVities in the areas of drama aruJ movement, design, make-up, costwne, music aruJ singing. No previous opera experience necessary . Continuing Education University of St. Michael's College 81 StMaryStreet T cronto, ON MSS 1J4 Phone: 416.926.7254 Fax: 416.926.7287 ~llllllto.ca · Website: www.utortilto.ca/stmkes Contact person:·Karan Beitel Program location: Charbonnel Lounge, 81 St. Macy Street, Toronto Program dates: Mar. 26 - Apr. 30, 2003 - Wednesday evenings, 7 - · 9:30pm Fees: 0 or 5 for Seniors The Dramatic Works of Hector Berlioz: a six-week Continuing .Education program celebrating the bicentenary of the birth of Hector ' Berlioz.. We shall consider an extraordinarily wide-ranging selection of his work, aruJ each class will inchlde recorded excerpts, photocopies af relevant sections of the libretto, questions aruJ discussion. Guitar Workshop Plus Phone: 905-785-7087 Fax: 905-785-2831 Web: www.guitarworkshopplus.com E-mail: info@guitarworkshopplus.com Contact: Brian Murray Program location: Appleby College in Oakville Applications: first-come first-served basis, space permitting . . Please fax or mail us your completed application form, downloaded from website. All applications must be accompanied by payment. Dates: July 20 - 25 Fees: Tuition On-Campus Students: 0 (0. U.S.) Tuition Off-Campus Students: 0 (0 U.S.) Registration Fee: ( U.S.) Private Room: 0 (0-U.S.)' See website for more details Residential or off-campus. Ages: 12 - Adult Levels: all l'HOTO: COURTESY Coe/ ALTAMIRA SUMMER OPERA CAMP I From beginners to professionals, you will find what you 're looking for at Guitar Workshop Plus. Classes include Rock, Jazz, Acoustic Classical, aruJ Bass Guitar, Dnmzs/Percussion, aruJ Keyboard. Morning aruJ afternoon classes with a handson approach, laJe afternoon clinics, ensemble peiformances, aruJ evening concerts aruJ visits from worlti-class guest artists. Healey Willan Festival Mail: Church of St. Mary Magdalene 477 Manning Ave., Toronto ON MSG 2VB Phone: 416-531 -7955 Fax same as phone E-mail: wnoble@trinity.utoronto.ca Website: www.stmarymagdalene.ca Contact person: Or Willis Noble Program location: St Macy Magdalene Church Application deadline: May 31; ' form available on website Program Dates: June 26, 27, 28 Fee: Program includes workshops, seminlirs, redtal aruJ a closing service featuring the choral, service aruJ organ music of Healey Willan. The program leaders are Dr. Willis Noble, Dr. Giles Bryant, aruJ Jui/i.th Yowig. I nterprovincial Music Camp Mai~Box509,C~ON LOPlBO Phone:416-488·3316 Website:www.ill:ontteweb.11g PrognuU location: Camp Manitou, near Parry SouOO · Program dates: -Session 1: Aug 17-Fri Aug 22 -Session 2: ·Sat Aug 23-Sun Aug 31 (Kids may attend both) Ages: 7 t0 18 Program choices: - Orchestra and Band Camp (grade 7 toOAC) - Musical Theatre -Junior String ACaderny (age 7-12) - Jazz Camp (Session 1 only) - Camp Roe~ (Session 1 only) 56 www.thewholenote.com March 1 - April 7 2003

Fees: Session 1 3; Session U 4; both sessions 38 (all fees include GST) . Other activities: swimming, boating, water-skiing Le Domaine Forget Music and Dance Academy 5 Saint-Antoine, Saint-lrenee, Quebec Phone: 418-452-8111 Fax: 418-452-3503 E-mail: aca@domaineforget.com Website: www.domaineforget.com Pedagogic Director: Francine Dery • Program location: Saint-Irenee, Quebec j\.pplicatioit deadline: April 1 (March J. application for scholarship) The selection process iS based on the applicant's entire dossier. There is an audition for placement the first day of the session. Program dates/duration: -Brass: June 1 -15 -Woodwinds: June 15 -29 -Guitar: June 29 - July 12 -Strings: July 13 - August 9 -Charilber Music: August 10 -21 -New Music: August 17 - 30 Fees: Application form: 35$ US 450$ US I week - lfi00$ US I 4 weeks Residential: included in the fees Age groups: Young Strings : 12 + Other sessions: 14 + · , Levels: Intermediate, advaoced Other activities offered: Passes to regular Festival concerts, sports, e excursion on Sundays · E:ach instruniental session provUJes students with advanced musical training through private lessons, dai.ly mosterdasses, and ensemble coaching. Students are lodged on site and those under 18 years of age are supervised by qualified monitors. Auditions will be held on the first day of each session. Kincardine Summer Music Festival Box 251, Kincardine ON, N2Z 2Y7 Phone:.519 396-9716 or toll free 1-866-453-9716 Fax:.519 934-2744 (please call ahead) E-mail: inlo@ksmf.ca; registrar@ksmf.ca Website: www.ksmf.ca Contact: John Schnarr at info@ksmf.ca Program location: Kincardine ON, on the shores of Lake Huron Application deadlines: For discount registration dates: May 31 ; registrations accepted up to program starting date in August, depending on class siz.e. Audition dates: - August 9 for Chamber students not involved in a pre-formed group Programs, Dates and Registration Fees (before I after May 31): - Jazz Program: August 3-8, 0 I 0 - Beginning and Intermediate Guitar: August 4-8, 0 I 0 - Music for Young People and Junior Choir: August 4-8, 0 I 0 -Charilber Music: August 9-16, 5 / 0 . - Music for Young People and Junior Choir: August 11-15 HalfDay: 0 I 0; Full Day: 0 I 0 - Band Programs (4 levels): August 11-16, 0 I 0 - String Programs (3 levels): A1:1gust 11-16, 0 I 0 - Senior Choir: August 11-16, 0 I 0 Non residential: KSMF can supply· information on hotels, motels, campgrounds, bed & breakfusts and cottages available in the area. In certain cases and subject to availa-. bility, students can.be billeted with families in the town. Check our website for further details. Age groups: 4 to adult, depending dn the program. Levels: All (e.g. beginner, intermediate, advanced) Absolute beginner to Summer Music By The Lake July 28 - August 10, 2003 An Unforgettable Chamber Music Experience! Musicians & Composers ages 8 - 25 • I or 2 weeks at the Adamson Estate • . Intensive chamber rehearsals • World-Class faculty • Lunches and snacks provided • 0/1 wk, 5/2 wks +reg. fee vecy advanced The KSMF combination of daytime classes and public evening concens has made it apreferredswnmermusicdestination for over 12 years. Beginners of all ages can rent and learn their choice of instrument. More Than Music Summer Music Festival - Suzuki Kingston 275 Dntilio Street. Slite 306 KiYJston Dntaio CA K7K 2X5 Phone: 613-542-1486 Fax: 613-542-7550 E-mail: mtrr@kiJJston.re Website:wwwm;iretharmJ,gc_com ~tact person: Ame V11Ce11t Program location: Queen's University, Kingston · Application deadlines: Early application: April 30 , Deadline: June 29 Program dates: -Session l June 29 to July 4 -Session 2 July 6 to July 11 Fees: See brochure or website Residential: On-campus accommodations provided at Queen's Age groups: Children of all ages, adults and teachers All Levels Other activities: Various enrichment co~ offered, teen program, PHOTO: COURTESY THE GUITAR WORKSHOP music theatre, young adult program, etc. For more information, ask for our brochure or visit the website. More Thon Music is proud of its reputation as a place where every individual is accepted, respected and valued. Our nwturing non-competitive environment brings oUJ the best SUMMER MUSIC EDUCATION ROUNDUP continues next page Thornhill Chamber Music Institute · summer Program July 14 · 25 strings, classical guitar, woodwinds, voice, piano, brass Ages 8 - 17, apprenticeship program Ages 18 - 24 •individualized programs for all levels •intensive study for advanced players festival concerts, coached ensembles, composition classes, choral program, fiddling and sports, in a beautiful, natural setting for more info call ~ GretchenAnner(905)764-1924 ~ www.tcrlli.ca The Church of St. Mary Magdalene presents A HEALEY WILLAN FESTIVAL workshops, seminars, recital and closing service, (eaturing Healey Willan's choral, service and organ music. Program leaders: Dr. Will~s Noble, Dr. Giles Bryant, Judith Young Program cost: Apply through the website by May 31 Thursday- Saturday, June 26, 27, and 28 The Church of St. Mary Magdalene, 477 Manning Ave., Toronto Phone.416-531-7955 www.stmarymagdalene.ca March 1 - April 7 2003 www.thewholenote.com 57

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