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Volume 8 Issue 9 - June 2003

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Sign up now at The North Toronto Institute of Music • NEW! Jazz Program • NEW! Scene Study and Acting ·~~ • Private Lessons & Theory Classes Musical instruction by highly qualified teac in the heart of Toronto ·~, . 1 l\a 1ve pu.~ A TORONTO MUSIC CAMP for S"+ring ~(averS' ageS' 10 • 17 ANNOUNCEMENTS, LECTURES, ETCETERA ANNOUNCEMENTS •June 1 12:00 noon-5pm: Amadeus Choir. Amadeus Antiques Fair: Memories & Music. Bring your treasures & collectibles to be appraised by an eclectic assembly of dealers & appraisers. Wine & cheese, silent auction, entertainment by members & friends of the Amadeus Choir. Latvian Canadian Cultural Centre, 4 Credit Union Drive. 416-446·0188. , appraisals per piece. *June 1 2:00: Toronto All-Star Big Band. Performance at Glenhyrst Art Ga//efy Family Day. 20 Ava Rd., Brantford. 41 &231-5695. Free. •June 6 7:00: Toronto All-Star Big Band. Performance at Buskingfest Music Festival Grafton Square, 2 King St. West. Dundas ON. 416-231-5695. Free. •June 7 & 8 1 Dam: Muhtadi 4th Annual International Drumming Festival. Drummers from various cultures and styles; free form drumming and interaction with performers. Royal Ontario Museum, 100 Queen's Park. 905· 294-9622. Free. *June 7 1pm-7pm, June 8 11am-5pm: Tundra Music/Canadian Musician Magazine. 11th Annual Canada's Vintage Guitar Show. Collectors, players, retailers, manufacturers, wholesale dealers from around the globe. Thornhill Community Centre, 7755 Bayview Ave. 416-222-8222. . *June 13 7:00: Toronto All-Star Big Band. Performance at Taste of little Italy. College & Bathurst Streets.416-231 ·5695. Free. *June 14 10am-2pm: Ontario Registered Music Teachers' Association, Central Toronto Branch. Sale of Used Music. Sheet music, collections, texts, books & musical white elephant articles. Calvary Baptist Church, 72 Main St. 416-694-5969. Proceeds to support Branch activities such as student recitals & scholarships. •June 14 7:00: Great Canadian Town Band Festival. Big Band Saturday Night. Dance under the stars. Featuring The Ragweed Jazz Band; John Yates' Ragtime Piano; Toronto Megacity Big Band. Silvanus Gardens, Orono. 905-983-9494. •June 20 6:00: Scarborough Arts Council. Summer Solstice Party. Concert of live "nuevo Latin" music with Toronto group Borg & Vella; flamenco dance performance; live & silent auctions; gallery exhibition; food & drinks. 1859 Kingston Rd. 416-698 -7322. {advance), {door), children's & couples' rates. •June 22 7:00: Mississauga Big Band Jazz Ensemble. Summertime Swing Ill Dance to your favourite classic jazz and swing music. Royal Bank Theatre, 4141 Living Arts Dr. 905· 306-6000. . •June 27 11 :30am: Stratford Festival. Table Talk: The King and l Buffet lunch followed by informal lecture. Speaker: Robert Harris. Paul D. Fleck Marquee, Festival Theatre, Stratford. 1 ·800-567-1600. . •June 27 8:00: Downtown Jazz Toronto/ Chris Daniels Ent. New Orleans Oance Party. Performers include The Happy Pals, Magnolia Street Band, Climax Jazz Band & others. Grand 50 University Settlement Faundtd 1910 The University Settlement MUSIC AND ARTS SCHOOL Anne Yardley, Director Quality, affordable music lessons and group lessons for over 80 years in downtown Toronto SUMMER TERM 2003 (July 7 to August 18) Registration for our 6 week summer term begins on June 21, from 11 :30 to 2:00, on a first come, first served basis. Individual lessons in a variety of instruments, and new this summer, our fun and exciting CHILDREN'S CHOIR CAMP Ages 8 to 13 (unchanged voices) Monday August 11 to Thursday August 14 From 10:00 to 12:00 For infonpation and registration, please contact the School at: 23 Grange Rd. (south of Dundas offMcCaul) 416- 598- 3444 ext 243/244 Do you need a place to practice? Practice studios are available to non-students for per hour. Call the school for more information. · Er 'Jldufr 'Amateur 'Musicians fen CAMM • 'Music Centre atmosphere tal and vocal music z,z, world music "er ens.embles uash, v'81+eyball lege, Oakville J,; . 3, 2003 T 3.:. 10, 2003 , Oakville owntown Toronto mateurs du Canada

Ballroom, Sheraton Centre, 123 Queen St. West. 416-361-1000. . •July 4,5 & 6: City of Toronto. Celebrate Toronto Street festival Five testival sites featuring various entertainment ~ Yonge Street at Dundas, Bloor, St. Clair, Eglinton & Lawrence. 416-395-0490. Free. *July 5 & 6 1pm-1D:30pm: Music Africa. Afrofest 2003. Celebration of African music and culture. Stella Cheweshe (mbira). Dnmres of Burundi, Nyamusango, George Sawa & Arabesque, Toum Kak Drummers & other perfonners. Main stage, Queen's Park, Wellesley Street north side. 416469-5336. Free. LECTURES/SEMINARS •June 17 2:00: Toronto Reference Library. Explore Music, Theatre, Dance and film. Introduction to the extensive resources of the Performing Arts Dept. Tour the collections of music scores, scripts, sound recordings & more. 789 Yonge. Registration: 416-393· 7209. •June 26,27,28: Church of St. Mary Magdalene. A Healey Willan festival. Seminars, workshops, recital & closing service featuring Willan's choral, service & organ music. Program leaders: Dr. Willis Noble, Dr. Giles Bryant, Judith Young. 477 Manning Ave. 416-531·7955. $ 75. MASTER CLASSES •June 1 & June 22 1 :30-7pm: Pattie Kelly Master Classes. Sensible Vocal Training. Focused on influencing and improving the co· ordinative process of the vocal muscles. Participants & auditors welcome. Church of the Holy Trinity, 10 Trinity Square. 905-271- 6896. -. WORKSHOPS •June 1 1:30: Toronto Early Music Players' Organization. OancilfJ and PlayilfJ Renaissance Dance. Workshop with Shannon Purves-Smith. Either dance or play or both. Lansing United Church, 49 Bogert Ave. 416487-9261. •June 15 2:00: Toronto Early Music Players' Organization. fundraising Tea and Silent Auction. Members of T.E.M.P.O. will perform early music pieces throughout -the afternoon. 85 Glengrove West. 416-487-9261. Admission by donation ( suggested). •June 25 7:30: Toronto Early Music Centre. Vocal Circle. Recreational reading of early choral music. Ability to read music desirable but not essential. 166 Crescent Rd. 416·920· 5025. (non-members). •June 26 8:00: Toronto Folk Singers Club. Bring your voice and musical instrument (optional) to share songs. Tranzac, 292 Brunswick. 416-537}422. •All the King's Voices. Sight-Singing Workshops. Parts 2 & 3 (providing an opportunity to strengthen vocal technique & sight-reading): Continues June 3, 10, 17 7:15pm·9:45pm. Part 1 (providing a grounding 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 through 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. "Bel Canto" Vocal Arts Studio VAGUIF KERIMOV, TENOR ' \"OC..\.L TE . .\CHER . .\ND OPERA COACH WITH l\L.\NY YEARS OF EXPERIENCE IN Rl1SSL.\ ..\ND IT . .\L Y • Studied with Jlsio and Gi11.nppe Di Stefmw at the "Sc1wltt tli PL'Tfe:.imu1111e11tt1 per Git>l'ttlli Arti.sti Li rid" of Tetllrt> Ill Sc

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