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Volume 9 Issue 8 - May 2004

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' ANNOUNCEMENTS, LECTURES/SYMPOSIA, MASTER CLASSES, WORKSHOPS, ETCETERA •••• CONTINUED Band. Music Video Release. Video of FM in the UK: Canadian works collected in laboratory. For professional composers and WORKSHOPS Shekhina.- Cut from the Same Cloth, the NASA's Radio Without Boundaries call for writers who are collaboration·minded, willing original song from their CD Sweet Return. submissions; Mark Laliberte's to explore new approaches to music theatre/ *May 1 2:00: Long & McOuade. Spring Performance and party. Daniel Barnes, drums; Threetimesfalling. Latvian House, 491 opera creation & constructively Fling.- Chamber Music - Contemporary Victor Bateman, bass; Rabi Botos, piano; David College. 416·910-7231, critique their own and others' work. Techniques for Violin & Viola. Clinic with Buchbinder, trumpet & leader & other _Index.html Free. Participants must be available from Aug 17 to violinist/violist Scott St. John. 933 Bloor St. performers. Lula Lounge, 1585 Dundas St. *May 28 6:00: Cathedral Bluffs 26 on a full· time basis. Deadline for West. 416-588· 7886. Free. West. 416-588-0307. . Symphony 0 rchestra. Annual Pops Dinner. application submissions: May 18, 2004. 416· *May 2 1:30: Toronto Early Music *May 15 6:00: Tobias House Attendant In conjunction with 8pm concert (see daily 537-6066, Players Organization. Celtic Workshop Care/Ballet Creole. Revelry-in-motion. listings}. s'hangri-la Banquet Hall & Convention featuring Irish and Scottish instrumental Fund raising Gala to support recreation Centre, 50 Esna Park Dr., Markham. 416· LECTURES/SYMPOSIA music & songs by Burns. Elin Soderstrom, programs for disabled persons & dance 879-5566. , (child 12 & under}. *May 2 10:30am-3:30: MusicBiz leader. Open to early instrument players. scholarships for youth. Dinner, silent auction *May 2910am·5pm: Ardeleana/ Seminars/long & McOuade. Marketing for Lansing United Church, 49 Bogert Ave. 416· & performances. Inn on the Park, 1100 Windfall Ecology Festival. Melissa's Musicians. Learn how to write provocative 487-9261. . Eglinton Ave. East. 416-690-3185 x222. Song. Performance of this children's mus.ical press releases, create a compelling promo kit, *May 2 2:00: CAMMAC Toronto Region. 0. story theatre piece and selections from the CO promote yourself on a limited budget, target Singers and instrumentalists are invited to *May 15 6:30: Toronto Swedish Wolf at My Door, by Lilac Cana, soprano, the industry people who matter, and more. participate in a musical reading (sight-reading Folkdancers & Singers. Spring is Here! Nancy deLong, mezzo aild Brenda Muller, 933 Bloor St. West. Registration: 416-850· session} of Bach's Cantata #21 /ch Hatte Viel Cabaret and dance with lull buffet supper. cello. As part of the 3rd annual Windfall 0733. . Bekummerniss. Dr. Patricia Wright, leader. Latvian Canadian Cultural Centre, 4 Credit Ecology Festival. Fairy Lake Park, Newmarket. *May 161:00·5:00: Arts, Mind & Soul. Christ Church Deer Park, 1570 Yonge St. Union Drive. 416-229-4489. . 905· 722-9281. Free. Care of the Voice from a Naturopathic 416-421-0779, (non· *May 15 7:00: Brampton Symphony *May 29 7:30: Cathedral Choir of Men Perspective. Dr. Kimberlee Blyden-Taylor, members}. 0fchestra. 7th Annual Symphony Ball Gala. and Boys. The Emerald Tour. Evening of N.D .. presenter. Redhawk Healing Arts, 3315 *May 6 7:30: Fiddles & Frets Music. Enjoy a delightful dinner, beautiful venue and musical talent followed by a silent auction. Yonge St. Suite 200. 416·B82-0246, Carry That Weight.- Arrangements for Solo live dance music playe_d by the orchestra. Giles Bryant, Master of Ceremonies; Michael . Guitar Performance with/without Vocal Lionhead Golf & Country Club, Brampton. Bloss, artistic director. St. James' Cathedral, *May 16 2:00: Toronto Opera Club. Accompaniment. Guitar Master's Workshop 905-459-0853. 65 Church St. 416-364-7865. Coaching an Opera Singer. Guest speaker: and House Concert with Terry Tufts. For *May 20 time tba: Distillery Jazz *May ~9 time tba: Distillery Jazz Stuart Hamilton. Room 330, Edward Johnson intermediate players. Location details with Festival. David Buchbinder Duartet performs Festival. David Buchbinder Guartet performs Bldg, 80 Queen's Park. 416-924-3940. . your reservation. Info/reservations: 416-264· 2235. . with Buster Keaton. Original score with with Buster Keaton. See May 20. *May 17 7:00: Southern Ontario Keaton's The Cameraman. Distillery Historic •June 5 & 6, noon-:- 8pm: Muhtadi Chapter of the Hy Inn Society. The *M~y 81:00-5:00: CAMMAC Toronto District, 55 Mill St. 416-872- 1212, 1-800· International (Toronto} Drumming Challenge of the Praise Chorus. Professor Ken Re,gion/Guelph Spring Festival. Music 461-3333. (advance}, (door}. Festival. 30 to 40 Toronto cultural based Hull, guest speaker. King sway Lambton United Reading in Guelph. Singers are invited to *May 23 1Oam·1 Opm: Ardeleana/Fem· drumming groups including Samba Squad, First Church. 416·239-8530. Suggested donation participate in a reading of Faure's Requiem Ergy. Mayfire Music Festival. 3 stages, Pet Nation Drummers, lsshin Diako, Maracatu by non-members . conducted by Marta McCarthy with accompanist Barrie Cabena. Open to both .Musical Parade Jed by the Strolling Divas, Nunca Antes, Humming Bird Tassa, Toumkak *May 28·30: New Adventures in Sound members & non-members. Chalmers United children's musical story theatre Melissa's and Njacko Backo; divers foods, retail & Art. Radio Without Boundaries: A conference Church, 50 Quebec St., Guelph. 416-421· Song by Brenda Muller, Poets' Corner; community information vendors; special about radio and sound art. Sessions include 0779. Free. chamber music by Ardeleana Trio; storytellers events, community art programs & cultural Westerkamp: Ears that Composefrom The Newmarket Story Tree, Voices of initiatives. Queen's Park, Toronto. 905·294· Compositions that listen; Whitehead: *May 8 2:00: long & Mc Quade. Spring Georgina Choir, York Region Community Choir, 9622, Free. Fogbound;· radio utopia in time of war; Fling.-life As A Soloist. Clinic with cellist traditional Celiic & jazz musicians; evening *Canada.Council for th~ Arts. Breitsameter: Is there a Sonic Media Art?; Shauna Rolston. 933 Bloor St. West. 416· gala dinner & cabaret concert (see daily Applicat.ions are invited for the Jules llfger Brookes: Inviting the listener in; and panels on 588· 7886. Free. listings}. WhereAngelsGather Tea and Things Prize for New Chamber Music, an annual various topics. Latvian House, 491 College. *May 13 7:00: long & McOuade/Yamaha Cafe, Sentiment~! Journey, Highway 48, 3 km competition for Canadian or landed immigrant 416·910· 7231. Music Canada. Clarinet Clinic with Buddy north cf the Ravenshoe Side Road. 905-473· composers designed to encourage the creation RWB _Index.html -0. Defranco. Hear personal anecdotes, 1276. Daytime pass , family daytime of new chamber music and to foster its *Canadian Friends of the Hermitage, performance tips and playing from this pass , dinner/concert , dessert/concert performance by Canadian chamber groups. for Toronto Chapter. Three Great Russian legendary musician. 933 Bloor St. West. 416· .50. Proceeds to The Rose of Sharon information please contact either Don Tjart, Pianists. Lecture series by Rick Phillips. May 588· 7886. Free. Services for Young Mothers.The Strawberry Canadian Music Centre: 416-961 -6601 x307 1 4 7:00: Sergei Rachmaninov; May 11 7:00: *May 15 2:00: long & Mc Quade. Spring Patch Family Drop·ln Centre and St. George's fax: 416-961-7198, email: Vladimir Horowitz; May 18 7:00: Sviatoslav Fling.- The Role of the Bass in Jazz. Clinic with Church in Sutton.; or Janet Riedel, 1-800· Richter. Royal Conservatory of Music. 273 jazz bassist Dave Young. 933 Bloor St. West. *May 2410am-5pm: Fort York. Celebrate 263-5588, fax: 613-566-4430, email: Bloor St. West. 416-979-0932. Series: 416-588· 7886. Free. Victoria Day. Enjoy authentic period music (members}, (non-members}. played by the fort's Fife and Drum Corps; Application deadline June 2, 2004. watch the Regency Dancers as they perform _leger MASTER CLASSES *May 18 2:30: Rough ldea/VTO 2004. Synth When. Exhibition, display, workshop & concert (8pm ·see daily listings} featuring a English Country dances popular in the early *Guelph Spring Festival. Music *May 11 & 12: long & McOuade.Flute Toronto based collection of analogue ·1000s. 100 Garrison Rd. 416·392-6907. , 'competition Preliminaries & Finals- Vocal Masteri:lass'with Patricia Creighton. synthesizers. Collaborators include Michael S3.25(sr/youth}, (child}. May 5 &.612:00 noon: Preliminaries; May Registration deadline May 3. Carpenter Shop/ Snow, Charles James, James Montgomery *May 26,27,30: New Adventures in 77:00: Finals. Adjudicators: Catherine Robbin, Long & McQuade, 36 King St. North, and others. Goethe-lnstitut/Kinowelt Hall, 163 Sound /)rt. Deep Wirel~ss SOUNOwalks. Henry Ingram & Ingemar Korjus. Guelph Youth Waterloo. 519,885-4215. $ 60(participant}, King St. West. 416-204· 1080. Concentrating on opening our ears to the Music Centre. 519-821 -3210. Free. (auditor}. *May 19 7:30: Toronto Shapenote sounds of the Toronto cityscape. Led by . *Maximilian Kolbe Foundation 'oi -'t~ *May 231:30·7:00: Pattie Kelly. Sensible Singing from Sacred Harp. Third Hildiigard Westerkanip, Victoria Feriner & Mississauga. Second Canadfan Chopin Piano Vocal Training. Master class focusing on Wednesday of every month. Beginners Michelle Nagai. Various Toronto locations tba. Competition. Open to all Canadian_ pianists. influencing and improving the coordinative welcome. St. Stephen-in-the-Fields, 365 416-910-7'231, Competition takes place October 17-23, 2004 process of'the vocal muscles, aiming to bring College St. 416-922-7997. RWB Index.html Free. at the John Paul JI Polish Cultural Centre, them into equilibrium and to eliminate *May 23·30: Harbourfront Centre/Dairy *May 28·30noon·1 Opm: New Mississauga; gala concert October 23 at the muscular interference. Participants & auditors Farmers of Canada. Milk International Adventures in Sound Art. Radio Art Glenn Gould Studio, Toronto. Application welcome. Church of the Holy Trinity, 10 Children's Festival of the Arts. Showcasing listening Room & Threetimesfalling. Intimate deadline May 1, 2004. 416-252-6586, Trinity Square. 905-271-6896. -. theatre, music, dance and physical comedy listening space to tune in to international radio p'erformances. In and around York Quay art. Includes German works curated by Sabine -*Tapestry New Opera Works. Call for . Centre, 235 Queens Quay West. 416-973· Breltsameter; works submitted by Resonance Applications.-2004 Composer-librettist . 4000, Passes WWW, THEWHOLENOTE.COM M AY 1 - JU NE 7 2004

from to .50. •May 25 8:00: .Toronto Folk Singers' Club. Informal gathering with the purpose of performing & exchanging songs. Tranzac Club, 292 Brunswick Ave. 416-537-7422. •May 26 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. $ 5(non-membersl. •May 29 9am: St. Timothy's Church. East Meets West: Toronto Mendelssohn Youth Choir & HVoices''. Concert workshop devoted to a cappella repertoire and Asian music. Ron Cheung, leader. 4125 Sheppard Ave. East. 416-293-5711 x40. ,. •May 29 1 Dam: Hannaford Street Silver Band. Community workshop with Nicholas Childs. 2-hour session involving b9th repertoire reading & general discussion. Location tba. Register by 5pm May 28: 416-425-2874. . •May 29 1:10: St. Timothy's Church. East Meets West: Orchestral Conducting for Choral Conductors. Norman Reintamm, clinician. Limited placement - pre-registration required. 4125 Sheppard Ave. East. 416-293· 5711 x40. · •June 6 1 :OD: Polokwane Choral Society. Chance to sing with members of this South African choir & to learn some of its spirited repertoire and distinctive style. Church of the Holy Trinity, 10 Trinity Square. Reservations: 416-598-4521 x223. . •June 6 1:30: Toronto Early Music Players Organization. Workshop led by Alison Melville, for players of baroque flutes, recorders, viols & other early instruments. Lansing United Church, 49 Bogert Ave. 416-487-9261. . •All the King's Voices. Sight Singing Workshops. Taught by David J. King. Level 1: 7: 15-9:45pm, May 18·20 & May 25· 27, 2004, providing amateur (& oiher) singers with a grounding in basic vocal technique & sight-reading. Willowdale United Church, 349 Kenneth Av_e. To register: 416-225-2255 or . The North Toronto Institute of Music - - - - - -- - - -- - - UNCLASSIFIED ADVERTISING A SINGING VACATION IN OXFORD! MUSIC FOR ALL OCCASIONS! 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