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Volume 8 Issue 9 - June 2003

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NOTE: TDJF IND/CA TES A TORONTO DOWNTOWN JAZZ FESTIVAL EVENT. -Alleycatz2409YongeSt.416481-6865 Every Mon Salsa Night w. DJ Frank Bischun, Every Tue Chtistopher Plock T tio, Every Wed Emi F!Sher Jazz, Blues and Motown Ouartet, Every Thu The Flow w/ Catfos Morgan, Every Sun Jam Session w/ T any Spriff]er Band, Jun 6 Mischief, Jun 7 The Flow w/ Carlos Morgan, Jun 13 Soular, Jun 14 Debbie Johnson, Jun 20 Disco Night w/ Disco Inferno Bard, Jun 21 lady Kane, Jun 28 Sou/ar, Jun 29 Debbie Johnson -Artbar 1214 Queen W. Smal room in the renovated Gladstone Hotel with intimate atmosphere and mood lighting featuring Toronto performers. Closed Sundays. -Ben Wicks 424 Partiirnent 416-961-9425 -Cameron House408 Queen W.416-703-0811 -C'estWhat 67 Front E. 416-867-9499 Saturday afternoon traditional jazz from the Hot Fwe Jazzmakers -Gate 403 403 Roncesvalles 416-588·2930 Every Sunday Ron Davis Jam Session, Jun 6 Oavil Rotundo & Julian Fauth Blues, Jun 7 John Tank Jazz Trio, Jim 12 Dennis GOfTllTIO Blues Night, Jun 13 Teresa Kelly Jazz Trio, Jun 14 Jack Mccaffrey Jazz Trio, Jun 19 Ryan Ofur Jazz T tio, Jun 20 Lyne Tremblay Jazz Ouartet, Jun 21 Mark Sepic Latin Jazz Duo, Jun 26 San Murata & Norman Amadio, Jun 27 Patricia Zentili & Whitney Smith Jazz Trio, Jun 28 Bryan Toner Jazz Trio. -Grossmans 279 Spadina Ave. 416-977-7000 -Hot House Cafe Market Square 416-366-7800 Jazz brunch every Sunday, Alternating weeks: Ken Churchill Quartet. 5spot -Hugh's Room 2261 DundasW.416-531-3181 Jun 1 David Sereda & Dyan Maracle, Jun 5 Kyp Hamess, Sam Larkin, Bob Snider, Jun 6 Rik Emmett CO Release, Jun 7 Sean Tyrrell, Jun 13 John Renboum, Jun 14 Paul Geremia, Jun 18 Shari Ulrich & Arlene Bishop, Jun .20 TDJF Susan w-, Jun 21 TDJF Scatfett, Washiffjton & Whiteley, Jun 26 Bl 681Tl!tt & Sue Lothrop CO Release, Jun 27, 28, The Nylons, Jun 29 Paul Hyde & Dave Rave -L'Arte Barand Gallery 416-535·3181 -Lisa's Cafe 245 Carlaw Ave. 416-406-6470 Musical ~IJ1ll'OV" every Thu. night. Jun 1 Michael Occhipinti and Kye Marshal, Jun 7 Ken Taylor & Howard leathers, Jun 7, Night. Jeny Ouintyne, Wayne Cass, lee Hutchinson, Jun 8 Bevetfy Taft & Roland Hunter, Jun 14, Kevin Laliberte, Jun 14th, night; Tm Hammel, Jun 15, Peter Smith Trio, Jun 21, Emest lee '1>e heniffj and the fish/Jones: Jun 21, night. Swifl de Palir. -Lula Lounge 1585 Dundas West. Cal 416-588- 0307 for tines and information. Jun 1 The Swifl Baff}: Swiff] Fil Ci'c/e, Jun 5 Noire Brasileira w/ Sounds of Wa~ Jun 6 07 ale, Jun 7 Cuban Percussion School, Jun 1 Nick "The Brownman# A5 & Matron Miatizado, Jun 8 Bateda, Jun 8, The Swifl Baq/, Jun 9, 10, 11, Jonathan Richman, Jun 12. lyne Trembley+ 6piece Ff1!11Chjazz cabaret, Jun 13 Ricky Franco and his P-Crew Orchestla, Jun 14 Cuban Petr:ussion School, Jun 14Cac~ Jun 15Bateda, Jun 15 The Swif1 68/fl, Jun 18 Red: A night of live perfomJlince, Jun 19 Mamboso, Jun 20 Pantiki, Jun 21 Cuban Petr:ussion School, Jun JAZZ: CLUBS 21 Diego Marulanda y 11-piece Pacande, Jun 22 Bateria, Jun 26 Jason CoHett, Jun 27 Borg & Vela "Nuevo Flamenco'; Jun 28 Cuban ' Petr:ussion School, Jun 28 Salsa Heavies Cache @Pride, Jun 28 Alberto 'Alberto y Ouimica Perfecta, Jun 29 Bateria, -Mezzetta 681 St. Clair Ave. W. 416-658-5687 · "Wednesday Concerts in a Cafe". Sets at: 9:00 and 10: 15 pm. Reservations reconniended for first set. -Mezzrows 1546 Queen W .416-5354906 ' Parkdale. neighborhood pub featuring jazz and blues on Saturday afternoons, Sunday evenings and a live jam every other Wednesday. -Montreal Bistro 65 Sherboume 426-363-0179 Jun 3.Jun 7 Phil Nimmons Ouartet w/ Barry Elmes, Steve WaHace & Bary WiHiamson, Jun 9 Paul Brosney & The Kansas City focal, Jun 10-14 Peter Appleyard Ouintetw/ Terry Clarke, John ShetWood, Reg Schwaeger & Dave Youff], Jun 16 Carole Borsu Trio w/ Rob McBride and Ron Davis, Jun 17.Jun 19 Heather-Bambrick Ouintet w. David Braid,_ Michael McC!ennan, Anrhony Michtilli & Richard Underhill, TDJF Jun 2Q, 21, Marian McPartland Trio, Jun 23 Dick Hyman, Jun 24, 25, Dick Hyman & Derek Smith, Jun 26 Barry Elmes, Jun 27, 28, Byron Stripling Ouartet. -N' Awlins Jau Bar and Dining 299 King St. W. 416-595-1958. Cajun Style cooking and New Orleans style jazz. -Oasis 294 CoDege St. 416-975-0845 Occasional Jazz. Call for details -Orbit Room 580A College St. 416-763-3470 -Pilot Tavern 22 Cilrfberland 416·923-5716 One of Toronto's oldest watering holes, established in 1944 with a tradition of live jazz every Saturday afternoon. _ -Ouigleys 2232 Oueen E. 416-699-999a -Reservoir ·Lounge 52 Wellington 416-955· 0887. Live jazz of the swing variety Monday through Saturday with the llf1llhasis on good tine music in an intimate, casual background. -Rex Jau & Blues Bar 194 Oueen St. W. 416- 598-2475 Sat· Tues, 2 shows/evening. CaD for times, or visit www.jazzintoronto.com Jun 1 Club Ojaff]o Tr8ditional Sextet, The Botos Brotliers, The Code, Jun 2 Carey West, Peter Kaufman Ouartet, Jun 3 Swing Street, Rex Jazz Jam, Jun 4 Chris Biie Ouintet, John Tank Ouartet, Jun 5, Kevin Ouain, Rez Abbasi Quartet, Jun 6 Mef!SS8 Sty/ianou Trio, Roberto Occhipinti Nine Piece 1 Bard, Jun 7 Swifl Shift Big Band, Tricycle, Brooveyard, Jun 8 Upper Canada Big BBfK/, The Botos Bros, NaJO, Jun 9 Carey West, Matt Stevens Ouartet, Jun 10 Swing Street, Jazz Jam, Jun 11 Chris Bale Ouintet, Nancy Walker Ouartet, Jun 12 Kevin Ouain, Kevin Turcotte Project, Jun 13 Melissa Stylianou Trio, Mike Mutfey Quintet, Jun 14 Chris Hunt Tenter, Tricycle, Laila Biali Octet, Jun 15 Be-Bop Cowboys, Botos Brothers, NaJO, Jun 16 Carey West, Sean Meredith­ Jones Ouartet, Jun 17 Swing Street, Rex Jazz . Jam, Jun 18 Chris Bale Ouintet, Rex Amual Players Party (closed to the public/, TDJF, Jun 19 Jenn Ryan and Cash Cow, Rob McComel T entet, Jun 20 Leah State, Rob McComel T entet, Jun 21 laura Hubert Bard, Jamie Rl!'fllOk/s, Jefferson'Brant Ouintet, Jun 22 Pat · Caney, Botos Brothers, MR. C. Trio, Jun 23 Carey West, John Macleod's Rex Hotel Orchestra, Jun 24 Swing Street, Rex Jazz Jam, Jun 25 Chris Gale Ouintet, Melissa Stylianou Trio, Jun 26 Runcible Spoon, Hugh Fraser, Jun 27 Sara laten, Tribute to Trane, June 28 Amanda Martinez, Four 'n Xchaff}e, Jun 29 Freeway, Club OjaffJO, Zamcabl -Rhodes Restaurant 1496 Yonge St. 416-968- 9315. Jun 4 David Braid, Jun 5 Bernie .Senensky (piano} Duncan Hopkins (bass}, Jun 6 Frank Wright (vibes} Ian Bargh (piano/, Jun 1 San Murata (violin} Ian Bargh (piano/, Jun 11 Neville Bames (guitar}, Jun 12 Bill McBirnie (RuteJ, Mark Zaret (piano}, Jun 14 Norman Amadio (piano} Heidi Ursu/iak (trombone/, Jun 18 Roy Patterson (guitar} Jun 19 Bary Benson (guitar} Jinvny Amaro (8assJ Jun 20 San Murata (V/O/inj Nevile Bames (guitar}, June 21 Simone Johnson (Vocals} Jim McBimie (piano}, Jun 25 Danny McEtfain (Piano/, Jun 26 Brian Dickinson (piano} Kirk MacDonald (Sax/, Jun 27 David Braid (Piano} Mike Malone (T rumpetJ, Jun 28 Bary Williamson (piano}. -Rockit 1 io Church St. 416-947.9555 Downtown club featuring cont9(1llorary jazz and blues every night except Sunday and ·Monday. -Sassafraz 100 Currtierland 416-964-2222 · Located in the heart of fashionable Yorkville is this European style bistro, live jazz on weekends -TopO'theSenator416-364-7517 .. , " Jun 1 lesterdays, Jun 2 Mandy Lagan, Jun 4- 8 Freddie Roulette, Jun 10-15 Tenor Madness w/ Jackie Richardson, Jun 17 - 21 Rhonda Silver Sextet, Jun 22 Byron Neese, Christine Jensen Ouintet, Jun 24-29 Andrew BoniweH Ouintet -The T ranzac 292 Brunswick Ave. 416·923· 8137. Every Wed. 9Jlll Brande Bouche Swiff]ette (gypsy swing jazz, free), Every Fri 9J111 Dixieland Music (free} -Victory Cafe 581 Markhamst.416·516-5787 Located beside Honest Ed's this spot is the Thursday night home lif Club Django. -Whistlers 995 Broadview Ave.416-421-1344 Pat Carrey' s Jazz Na:-iigators Sundays, 9· 12:30._ No Cover. FESTIVAL LISTINGS: JUNE 1 - JULY 7 Bnon SUMMER Music FESTIVAL Hmlton, ON 905-525-7664; 1-888475-9377 festival@brottmusic.com www.brottmusic.com Tickets: -. Subscription packages avail. Venues: HP Hamilton Place, 1 &mners Lane RB Royal Botanical Gardens DM du Maurier- Centre, 190 King William St. June: 08 7:30: Beethoven: SYll1liWnies #1 & 9 . . Lesley Andrew, soprano; Stuart Howe, tenor; Daniel LichtL bass; National Academy Orchestra; Boris Brott. conductor. -. HP 13 7:30: Mozart & The Piano. Divertimento K 136; Piano Concertq #23; SYJlllhony #39; Gounod: Petit Syrl1lhtinie for Wlllds. Valerie Tryon, piano; National Academy Orchestra; Boris Brott. conductor. -. RB . 22 7:30: Kuerti Meets Mozart. Divertinento K.137; Piano Concerti #25 & 27; Syn¢ony #35. Anton KuertL piano; National Academy Orchestra; Boris Brott. conductor. -. DM Events continue beyond July 7. See WholeNote's July/August issue. FESTIVAL ALEXANDRIA The Barn, Second Concession of Kenyon, s.of Ak!xandria ON. 514484-9076 or 613-525-4141 tickets: ,, children under 12 free. Series tickets: ,. June: 29 3:00: Beethoven, Grieg, Strauss. Richard Roberts, viofin; Charles Meinen, viola; Brian Manker, ceDo; Lauretta Altman, piano. July: 06 3:00: Ensenille Vax. Vocal repertoire spanning five centuries. Events continue beyond July 1. See WholeNote's July/August issue. FESTIVAL DE LANAUDIERE Joiette, au www.lanaudiere.org Venues: AM At.FtlMATRE, 1505 oou. BASE-DE-Roe, Jtum EP Erm 11 LA l'LmcATIOH. 445 u NonHIAAI, REPENmNY EL Erm 11 LAv~lllE, 134 t R!E NOT11-DN. lAvALlllE SP EaJSE 11 St·PAll, 8 RlE BRAssNIJ, St·PAll DE JlllTll SA EaJSE 11 St-All'IO&·ROllllllll SZ Erm 11 S1-ZIMw. 6171 R!E l'ilraAU, S1-Ztia. SC EaJSE II St-CAUXTE, 6292 RL( l'ilraAlf, S1-CAUXTE LA EGUSE II L'~ 153 RL( Ill PORTAGE, L' ASSOMPTJON LL EGUSE II S1-LN-lAlllElllllS, 235, 12!ME AVEIU, S1-lJN. lALmlTw ' ND EaJSE 11 NoTRE-DANE·llS·l'RAREs, 37, 1 IRE Awil. Ncmt:-aANE 11S J'RAREs June: 27 8:00: Sin1>1y Trtanic! T akemtsu: From me · flows what you caU T me; Mahler: Syn¢ony #1, Trtan. Orchestra Symphonique de Montreat; Nexus. -. AM 28 7:00: Bellini: The Art of Lyricism. Eight yot11g singers, arias, duets & choruses train Bellini operas. Orchestra Metropolitain. du Grand Montreal; Yannick Nezet-Sliguin, conductor; Festival Choir; OMGM Choir. -. AM 29 2:00: VERCHuosity! April Verch, violin; ~enoit Legault, piano; Philippe Brault, double bass; Marc Bru, percussion. Fiddling and step dancing. J.. AM 30 8:00: Schubert, Beethoven, Mozart. Olivier Thouin, violin; Ettore Causa, viola; Benoit Loiselle, cello. . EP ' July: O 1 8:00: Piano Kaleidoscope. Schubert, Proko· fiev, Debussy. Ak!xander Melnikov, piano..EL 04 8:00: Mozart: Piano Concertos #9,#25,#27. Antori Kuerti, piano; l.es V'iolons du Roy. - .AM 05 8:00: Glazunov: The Seasons; works by Respighi & Saint-Saens. Montreal Symphony; Alexander Melnikov, piano. -. AM 06 2:00: Mad about Tango. Soraya Benitez, singer; Luis Lopez. Cynthia Fattori, dancers; Montreal Tango. -. AM 07 8:00: Voice of the Heart. Works by Wolf, Berlioz. Faure, Chausson. Agathe Martel, soprano; Joslwa Hopkins, baritone; Marc Boudreau, piano. . SP Events continue beyond July 7. See WholeNote's July/August issue. ' FESTIVAL m: TIIE SOUND Pany SOll1d, ON; 866-3640061, 705-746-2410 info@festivalofthesound.on.ca www.festivalofthesound.on.ca Festival Passports available Venues: CW Charles W. Stockey Centre for the Performilg Arts, 2 Bay St. TD Town Dock. 9 Bay St. SJ St. James Ctuch, 24 Mary St., , 36 www.thewholenote.com June 1 - July 7 2003

July: 01 7:00: Canada Day Cruise. Craig Harley lhintet. , (ch). TD . Events continue beyond July 7. See WholeNote's July/August issue. GRANO RIVER BAROQUE FESTIVAL The Barn, Buehlow Farm. near Ayr ON 519-273-2008 grbf@golden.net; www.grbf.ca Festival Pass: July: 03 7:00: Masterclass with Linda Melsted. Baroque perfonnance practice. , (auditors at the door). Apply by June 15. 04 8:00: Incomparable Bach. Brandenburg Concerto #4; Harpsichord Concerto #2; Cantatas 187 & 199. Carolyn Sinclair, soprano; . Laura Pudwell, mezzo-soprano; Joseph Schnurr, tenor; Daniel Lichti, baritone; Michael Jarvis, haijlsjchord. ,. 05 3:00: The Muses' Struggle. Monteverdi: prelude to Orfeo; Rossi: Orfeo (excerpt); Corelli: La Fotia Variations; Lully: Trios pour le Coucher du Roy; Couperil: L' Apotheose de LuOy. Narrative by Patrick Jordan. Coin Fox, actor; Karen Baumgartel, soprano; Alison Melville, traverse flute; Jufie Baumgartel, Linda Melsted, violins; Ann Marie Morgan, viola da gamba & cello; Terry McKenna, lute & theorbo; Borys Medicky, hai]Jsichord. 2: 15: pre-concert talk with Patrick Jordan. ,. 05 5:30: The Muses' R~te. Dinner. Order tickets by June 30. . 05 8:00: The Muses Reach a Truce. Clenrnbault: Orphee; Pergolesi: Orfeo; Leclair: Violin Concerto; T artini: Devil's Trill Sonata. Karen Baumgartel, soprano; Kimberly Barber, mezzo-soprano; Alison Melville, traverse flute; Jutie Baumgartel, Farran James, Linda Melsted, violins; Patrick Jordan, viola; Ann Marie Morgan, viola da garnba & cello; Nicolas Lessard, bass; Terry McKenna, kite & theorbo; Borys Medicky, harpSichord. ,. 05 11:00pm: Bach: Goldberg Variations. David Louie, harpsichord. 10:30: Pre-concert talk. ,. 06 11 :OOam: Brunch with Bach. Gennan baroque chainber music performed by Daniel Lichti, Donna Ellen T rifunovich, James Mason, Margaret Gay & Michael Jarvis. Continental brunch. Order tickets by June 30. ,. 06 3:00: Bach: Mass in B ninor. Donna Bien T rifunovich, soprano; Laura PudweO, mezzo· soprano; Benjarrin Butterfield, tenor; Daniel Lichti, baritone. Grand River Baroque Festival Ensemble.and Chorus; Victor Martens, conductor. ,. GREAT CANADIAN TOWN BAND FESTIVAi. Orono, ON. 905-983-9494 www.townbandfestival.com Venues: FG Orono Fair Grounds LL Orono Library Lawn SG Silvanus Gardens June: 13 7:30: Military Tattoo. Central Band of the Canadian Armed Forces; Hatifax Naval Gun 'Run; Band of the Royal Marine Association, Cobourg; Toronto Scottish· Regimental Band; Queens York Rangers Regimental Band. $ 20. FG 14 8:30am: Pancake breakfast & concert by ThOmhiH Swing Band. LL 14 11 :OOam: Central Band of the Canadian Armed Forces; True North Brass; Alain Trudel and Kiosque a Musique; Slide Rule; Whitby Brass. .SG 14 7:00: Dance under the stars at Big Band June 1 - July 7 2003 Saturday Night. Ragweed Jazz Band; John Yates' Ragtine Piano; Toronto Megacity Big Band. (free for June 14 concert ticket holders). SG 15 10:00am: Corrnlinity church service. Music provided by Peterborough Temple Salvation Army _Band. LL 15 11 :OOam: Central Band of the Canadian Armed Forces; Clarington Concert Band; Hannaford Youth Band; Classic Swing Orchestra; Bowmanville High School Band. .SG HUNTSVIUE FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS Huns~. ON. 800-663-2787, 705· 788-2787 www .huntsvillefestival.on.ca _Venues: DG Delta Grandview Resort, 939 Hwy 60 TU Trinity United Church, comer Main and West Streets TH Huntsville Town HaU, Main and West Streets SA St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, comer High and West Streets Free daytime events not listed; please see website, or caU for info. July: 04 8:00: The Cottars. Celtic quartet: - DG ' 05 8:00: Rising Stars. Huntsville Festival of the Arts scholarship winners and alumni. Classical, jazz. Broadway. ,. DG 07 7:30: Duo Concertante. Mozart, Beethoven, Janacek, Chan. Nancy Dahn, viofin; T 11110thy Steeves, piano. ,. TU· Events continue beyond July 7. See WholeNote's July/August issue. ORANGEVILLE BLUES AND JAZZ FESTIVAL Baba Ganoush Restaurant, 232 Broadway St., Orangeville, ON 519-940-8291;519-941·7875 www.kurtzmillworks.com For more events see website. June: . 06 9:30: Trouble & Strife Blues Band. Classic 50' s Chicago style & Delta blues. Guest: Maureen Brown, drums; Bruce Ley, guitar/ vocals; Larry Kurtz. harmonica/vocals. . 07 7:00: Pete Snith Trio. . 08 2:00: Festival Closiig CQncert. Rick Fines Trio: Rick Fines, guitar/songwriter/vocals; Rob Phillips, piano; Richard Simpkins, upright bass. $.U PEACE OF V 01CE: A CELEBRATION OF VoCAL Music Sharon Temple National Historic Site, 18974 lestie St., Sharon, ON 905478-2389 info@sharontemple.ca; www.sharontemple.ca June: 08 2:00: Megan Kingsbury & Amanda Bel, sopranos. Solos & duets. 22 2:00: Irene Ilic, soprano; Jeff Reynolds, trumpet. Events continue beyqnd July 7. See WholeNote's July/August issue. SHAW FESTIVAL Festival Theatre, Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON 1-800511-7429 ~ .shawfest.corn June: DB & 22 11 :DO am: Sunday Coffee Concerts performed i1 the lobby by the Shaw's music department. Free. July: 06 11 :OOam: Sunday Coffee Concerts performed in the lobby by the Shaw's music department. Free. For Shaw Festival musicals, see music theatre listings. Events continue beyond July 7. See WholeNots's July/August issue. STRATFORD FESTIVAL Festival Theatre, Stratford, ON 1-800567-la:xl orders@stratfordfestival.ca www.stratfordfestival.ca June: 23 7:30: It Sure Beats Apples. Burton: musical setting of four short stories. Henry Zielinski & Karen Zielinski, violins; Artur Jansons, viola; Ben Bolt-Martin, cello. . 30 7:30: Music in Conman: Sonnets. Evening ·of words & music. Heather Morrison, piano; Peter Shackleton, clarinet; Derek Conrod, horn; Sharon Kahan. flute; Edward Atienza, actor. $.U . July: 07 7:30: A Celtic Feast: Part Two. Music from the. British Isles and beyond. Sharon Kahan, Irish flute/penny,whistle; Terry McKenna, guitar; Sharlene Wallace, Celtic harp & others. . Events continue beyond July 7. See WholeNote's July/August issue. For Stratford Festival musicals. see music theatre listings. SYMPHONY IV THE BAIW "°" Coricession 2·3, NIE of Durham ON. 5f9·36~ 3741 info@symphonyinthebarn.com www.symphonyinthebam.com tickets: , lllless noted. June: 22 time tba: Syrl1ilony of the Senses - A Fundraiser for the Canadian Red croSs. Over ten of Toronto's greatest chefs wil prepare the finest foods for the first 200 registrants .. Entertairmlnt includes rmriiiers of Symphony in the Barn, Rob Engelman (Nexus), Darren Sigesmind & jazz quartet. and others. lickets: 905-89Q.11XXJx269. 1 28 8:00: An Evening of Song. Jazz standards to conllJl1lDrary rrusical theatre. Lauren Molina, Natalie Ross, singers; piano TBA. ,. Events continue beyond July 7. See WholeNotB's July/August issue. ' TORONTO DOWNTOWN JAZZ FEsll'VAL Nathan Plilips Square, 100 Queen St. W at Bay, and various clubs and restaurants around Toronto. 416-870-8000 tdjs@tojazz.com; www.torontojazz.com See Cklbs tistings for additional events, website for daytine events and more. June: Pre-festival shows 12 8:00: Diame Reeves. -. The Carlu, fonnerly Eaton Auditiorilrn (Yonge & College). 19 8:00: Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra with Wynton Marsatis. -. Hunllingbird 'Centre. Festival Shows - Nathan Philips Square unless noted 20 8:30: Montreal Jubilation Gospel Choir. . 21 8:30: Dave Holand Big Band. . 22 8:30: Mighty Sam McClain. . 23 8:30: Maly Johnson. . 24 8:30: Wayne Shorter Quartet. . 25 8:30: MedeskL Martin & Wood. .50. 26 8:30: Joe Zawirul & the Zawinul Syndicate. . 27 8:00: Ray Charles Big Band. -. Hummimgbird Centre. www.thewholenote.com 27 8:30: Josllla Redman Elastic Band. .50. 28 8:30: David Clayton· Thomas with Blood, Sweat and Tears. 30 10:POpm: Cinematic Orchestra. ,B. Phoerix Concert Theatre. TORONTO INTERNATIONAL CHAMBER Music FESTIVAL Studio Theatre; Toronto Centre for the Arts, 5040 Yonge St. 416-763-5066; tickets: 416-872-1111 info@torontochambermusic.com; www.torontochambermusic.com tickets: ,; Gala & Reception: ,; Passes avaiable. July: 03 8:00: Opening Gala: Music of T1Yee . Continents. Vaughan Williams, Ager, Buhr, Snith, Ku4owatz, Mozart, Fisher. Piano Duo Kutrowatz; Penderecki Quartet; other perfomers. 04 2:00: Free concert, Mel Lastnian Square. 04 8:00: Salute to Hugo Wolf. Spanisches Lieder; Der Feuerreiter; Monl

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