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Volume 9 Issue 10 - July/August 2004

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  • Festival
  • Toronto
  • Jazz
  • Theatre
  • August
  • Musical
  • Arts
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July

July 30 11 :30am: Stratford Festival. Ta· ble Talk: Anything Goes. Buffet lunch followed by an info1TTial talk. Speaker: Joel Greenberg. Paul D. Fleck Marquee, Festival Theatre, 55 Qu.een St., Stratford. For reservations (at least 24 hours in advance): 1-800-567-1600. . MASTER CLASSES •July 7 & 8 1 Oam·4pm: Westben Arts Fes· tival Theatre. Voice masterclass with Anita Krause, mezzo-soprano. The Barn, 3 km north· west of Campbellford ON on County Rd. 30. 705- 653-5508, 877-883-5777. •July 11 3:00: Chinese Artists Society of Toronto. Piano master class given by Ruei-bin Chen. Euromusic Centre, 2651John.905-475- 3876. . •July 14, 15, 16 10am·4pm: Westben Arts Festival Theatre. Cello masterclasses with cellists Thomas Wiebe & Paul Widner. The Barn, 3 km northwest of Campbellford ON on County Rd. 30. 705-653-5508, 877-883-5777. · •July 21·24 2:00 & July 24 11:00am: Strat· lord Summer Music. Organ Academy Master· c/iisses w. John Longhurst. Knox Church, Waterloo and Ontario St., Stratford. 800-567 -1600. Free. *July 22 3:00: Festival of the Sound. Mas· terclass. Staniey Ritchie ~arks with Trio di Galore on Mozart: Trio for tlarinet; viola & piano. Charles W. Stockey Centre for the PerfolTTiing Arts, 2 Bay St., Parry Sound. 1-866-364-0061, 705-746-2410. •July 28 & 29 1 Oam·4pm: Westben Arts Festival Theatre. Pianomasterclasses with William Aide, piano. The Barn, 3 km northwest of Campbellford ON on County Rd. 30. 705-653- 5508, 877-883-5777. •July 31 2:00: Stratford Summer Music. Stnng Master Class. String quartets & soiOists. City Hall, Stratford. 800-567 -1600. Free. *August 12 2:00: Niagara International Chamber Music Festival. Open Master Class: Behind the Scenes of Music. Student participants coached by distinguished musicians; perfo1TTiance by festival artists. St. Mark's Church, 41 Byron Ave., Niagara-on-the-Lake. Free. WORKSHOPS , *July 112:15: Viola Camp 2004. Community Playtime. Bring your viola and play with us! First United Church, King & William Sis., Waterloo. 519-742-2604. •July 3-31: Arabesque Dance Company. Ouinbek Workshops. Suleiman Warvvar, instructor. Every Saturday in 3 levels: Beginner, lntelTTI8· diate & Advanced. 20 College St., 2nd floor. 416· 920-5593. . •July 16· 18: Beaches International Jazz Festival.Jazz Photography Workshops. Explor· ing how to best photograph jazz musicians & concerts. July 16 7·9pm: John Reeves-will teach techniques of jazz portraiture. July 17 1· 3pm: Paul Hoeffler will c'onduct a session on photographing live concerts. July 181-3: All participants will have their work evaluated by both Hoeffler & Reeves. Pikto, The Historic Distillery District, 55 Mill Street. 416-203-3443, www.beachesjazz.com : *July 17 1:00: Beaches International Jazz Festival: The Art of Percussion. Workshop with Rick Shadrach Lazar. Bring your own instru· ments. The Stone House, The Historic Distillery District, 55 Mill Street. 416-410-8809, www.beachesjazz.com Free. *July 18 7:00: Beaches International Jazz Festival. The Art of Singing. Workshop with Elaine Overholt and Bill King. Canada C.ourt, Royal ffntario Museum, 100 Queen's Park. 416-41 O· 8809, www.beachesjazz.com •July 21 7:30: Toronto Shapenote Singing from Sacre~ Harp. Third Wednesday of every month. Beginners welcome. St. Stephen-in-the­ Fields, 365 College St. 416-922-7997. *August 57:00·10:00: Sound Travels. Com· position Workshop. Led by Kevin Austin. Charles Street Video, 65 Bellwoods Ave. 416-910-7231. Registration . •August 7 1 :OD: RCM Community School. The Music of Argentina. Workshop featuring Cynthia. Mazzoleni Concert Hall, 273 Bloor St. West. 416-408-2824 x321. $10. UNCLASSIFIED ADVERTISING AAA+ OPPORTUNITY FOR VOCAL­ ISTS & VIOLINISTS with the Toronto Starlight Orchestra ... one of Canada's finest ballroom dance orchestras!! I Other openings in trumpet, tram.bone, saxophone and rhythm sections also available. Visit our website at www.starlightorchestra.ca ~nd call Andrew today@ (416)712-2555. ACCOUNTING AND INCOME TAX SERVICE for small business and individuals, to save you time and money, customized to meet your needs. Norm Pulker, B. Math. CMA. 905- 250-0309 or 905-830-2985. BARD - EARLY MUSIC DUO playing recorder and virginal available to provide background atmosphere for teas, receptions or other functions - greater Toronto area. For rates and info call 905-722-5618 or email us at mhpape@interhop.net CHURCH MUSIC DIRECTOR WANTED Toronto. Part-time. Piano and organ accompaniment during worship. Direct volunteer choir, one paid lead. Rehearsal Sunday morning before service. Minister 416-972-6292 wa.elliott@sympatico.ca DIGITAL EDITING AND CD MASTER­ ING. 96/24 Ready. Please Call 647-227-KARL or 416-503-8202 EAR TRAINING, MUSICIANSHIP, *August 9· 13: Ontario Liturgical Confer· SIGHT-SINGING, THEORY, JAZZ ence.SummerSchoolforL1turg1ca/Mus1c1ans: THEORY. All levels, prolessionaVserious be- Psalms, HymnsandSp1ntualSongs . ... . mak1ng gmner;. · At r L evme, · MA , ARCT . H os t . "At . r melodytotheloni .. Explonngthevanousfo11Tis.of ' Music", CBC. 30 years experience: RCM, UofT, music usedm liturgical celebrations; developing mus1c-mak1ng skills to more effectively lead our communities in prayerful song and celebration. For organists, guitaris,ts, instrumentalists, choir directors, cantors, choir members. Redeemer University College, Ancaster. For info1TTiation or registration: 905-528-7988. *August 9·27: The Sound Post}The Bani! Centre. Vio/!n & Bow Repair and Restoration Workshops. Led by maker-restorers Horacio Pineiro, William Salchow, Jonathan Woolston, Quentin Playlair & David Tamblyn. Aug 9· 13: Optimal Violin Set-up; Aug 16-20: Violin Neck Graft; Aug 23·27: Bow Repair and Restoration. Banff, Alberta. For info1TTiation or to register. 403-762-6180, www.banffcentre.ca *All the King's Voices.Sight Singing Work shops. Taught by DavidJ. King. Level 3: 7:15· 9:45pm, July 26-29, reviewing & strengthen· ing vocal technique & sight-reading skills; Level 4: 7:15-9:45JXTI, August 16-19, combining a review of vocal technique and sight-readjng con· certs with an opportunity to transf~rthese skills to practical applications. W~lowdakl United Church, 349 KenrethAve. To register. 416-225-2255 or www.allthekingsvoices.ca $~5. York 416-924-8613. www.artlevine.com; artlevine@sympatico.ca HAVE 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-. Johanpe, 416-461- 8425. HOW WOULD YOU LIKE TO COME HOME after rehearsals, gigs or a regular nine- ' to-five, and find your house clean? Call Do~a, the Cleaning Lady! 25 years experience. References on request. 905-568-8802 KATHERINE RAMSEYER (M.Mus.) offers lessons in piano, theory, music history. Classical and popular styles. RCM exams, recitals, competitions, relaxed enjoyment. (416)232-1972. ACCOMPANIST AVAILABLE fifteen years experience •vocalists •choirs •classical, pop and Broadway A{eesa Sutton B.A., A.R.C.T. (416) 221-7614 charmthefinch@hotmail.com The KOFFLER SCHOOL OF MUSIC announces the creation of the Koffler Centre Chamber Music Society conducted by Jacques Israelievitch. An informal evening of auditions will be held Wed. September 8. Rehearsals Monday evenings beginning N ovemher 8 at the Koffler Centre. For auditions and performance information please call 416- 636-1880 x228 MUSIC FOR ALL OCCASIONS! Small ensembles, Dance Band, Blg Band; Cocktail Hour. Dinner music, Concerts, Shows; Classical, Contemporary, Dixieland, Traditional and Smooth Jazz I ]SL MusicaiProductions 905-276-3373 OBOE TEACHER WANTED iu Scarborough area. Must he qualilied to teach intermediate student. Reasonable rates. Please call for telephone interview (416)766-7112 I The PERFORMING EDGE Performance enhancement training in tension management, concentration, goal setting, imagery. Individualized to meet your performance situation. Kate f Hays, Ph.D., C.Psych., practising clinical and per- ' forming arts psychology. 416-961 ·0487. PROFESSIONAL PIANIST/ ACCOM­ PANIST available. Auditions/ Rehearsals/ Performance/ Private Parties. 905-607-5136 SAXOPHONE/CLARINET LESSONS - Merlin Williams is accepting new students. All levels welcome, beginner to advanced. Proper torie production; technique development and good music reading skills stressed. Central location, reasonable rates. merlinw@allstream.net or 416-803-0275 SIMONE TUCCI PIANO TUNER­ TECHNICIAN - Complete Piano Care Service. Affiliated with The Royal Conservatory of Music piano service staff. Registered with O.G.PT. Servicing Toronto and GTA areas. Call: 416-993-6332 STEINWAY (UPRIGHT) PIANO for rent in bright sunlitstudio. Call 416-964-3308 for daily, weekly or monthly rates. VIOLIN STUDIES. Highly experienced violin teacher from Moscow, M.Mus., M.Mus. Ed., welcomes students for private lessons. Call 416- 782-7244. Slava. TLC .. for musicians by . a . musician Endurance • Breath P~sture • Muscle Release Dr. Katarina Bulat, Chiropractor Clinic: Back in Motion 1370 Danforth Ave. Tel: 416-461-1906 Private Practice: 18 Vernadale Cres. Tel: 416-752-8673 )ULY 1 - SEPT 7 2004

EDITOR'S CORNER, continued from page 10 crew on the way to the Festival of Flanders to record the ensemble got stuck in roadplocks created by protesting truck drivers and missed the show. Undaunted by the missed opportunity the quartet decided to remount the concert for an invited audience in Mullem. The results were so satisfactory that they decided to record the whole Shostakovich cycle in this fashion. To my ears, after initial listenings over the past week, the Rubio has come up with a near perfect solution: a recording-quality venue ensuring exceptional sound, and an attentive and well-behaved audience spurring the players on to their best performa_nces with none (or few) of the annoyances often included in live recordings. Of course such a major body of work, especially considering the depth of emotion Shostakovich evokes, demands much more than a cursory listen, but my feelings after repeatedly visiting the emotionally charged 8th and 15th quartets is that the Rubio Quartet is a more than worthy addition to the Shostakovich discography. Now, realizing that I will need some respite after such a journey, my intention is to then turn my attention to a somewhat lighter, but still significant, CHORAL MUSIC CD REVIEWS Beethoven - Missa Solemnis Lori Phillips; Robynne Redmon; James Taylor; Jay Baylon; Nashville Symphony Orchestra and Chorus; Kenneth Scher~erhorn Naxos 8.557060 Missa S•ilcmnl~ ...,,.,.... ).,.,. 11.i~

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