Volume 6 Issue 5 - February 2001

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FESTIVAL WIND ORCHESTRA seeks

new membm, especially clarinets, oboes, french

horns, percussion and brass. P.ehearsals: Tuesdays

at 7:30. For more info, call Shelley: 416-491-

1683- .

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 - $75. Johanne, 461-8425.

JAPANESE KOTO MUSIC. Private le!ions for

all levels. Classical and contemporary music. Also

available for private and public functions. Linda

Caplan, (416)783-4652, www.lindacaplan.com

MERLIN WILLIAMS is available to do digital

recordings of your orchestra, band, choir or chamber

group on location. Reasonable rates for archival and

demo recordings. For more info, call (416)489-0275

onmail: merlinw@netcom.ca

MUSIC FOR ALL OCCASIONS! Duets, Trios,

Dance Band, Big Band. Background, Centre-stage.

Classical, Contemporary, Dixieland, Jazz! JSL

Enterprises 905-276-3373.

1971 G2 5'7" YAMAHA. Musician

owned. Tuned 4x year. Voiced, regulated. Excellent

condition. Satin ebony finish. Asking $12,000 Tel:

Barrie 705-737-1147.

PART-TIME GENERAL MANAGER

REQUIRED for the Oakville Children's Choir.

Event management skills, computer-literate,

flexible hours, musical appreciation necessary to

meet needs of growing/touring children's choir.

Please fax resume to: (905)338-9671 or phone:

letta A~dair M.Mus.

I Lyric Soprano

f A rich and warm voice combined

with an impeccable presentation!

*Available for operas,

oratorios, recitals, orchestral

works, etc ...

* Great packages for

weddings, corporate events

or any special occasion!

* RCM registered teacher

(private lessons for all ages I .

levels)

*Also offering coaching in

French diction

(416) 630-5786

lauclair@hobnail.com

~

'lloice ~ .'liano

£essons

In your own h.ome

given by

a qualified teacher

-Reasonable Rates

-R&B, POP, Classical

-Conservatory Grades

(416)767-8779

(905)337-7104. Deadline Feb.23.

PIANIST WILL PUY jazz-flavoured

background music free of charge at charitable and

non-profit events. Can bring own piano. Call Neville

at(905)877-8471. .

PIANO LESSONS. Classical and contemporary

1tyles. RCH levels. Theory. Ear training and sight·

reading. Call Natalie. (416)741-9522.

SICK OF VIRUSES? Your performance can be

guaranteed with Electrovir; homeopathically charged

water programmed to effectively inactivate most

common microbes. For free sample and literature,

call/fax (416)766-9333/0676.

SINGING LESSONS Experienced, . qualified

Bae. Music, Classical, Semi-popular. R.C.M. prep .. all

levels. Central location. Interest in disabilities. 416·

~24-3877.

STUDIO FOR RENT. Dundas/Runnymede. 6'

grand piano. Ideal for warm-ups; practice,

rehearsals, coaching. Out-of-town musicians.

welcome. Short/long terms. 416-763-5230.

THE AWARD WINNING VICTORIA

SCHOLARS are holding. auditions for men

interested in early and sacred music performance. If

you can read music and are able to make a

commitment to this group of talented singers, plme

call Jerzy Cichocki, Director at (905)277:1362 to . ·.

arrange an audition,.

THE PERFORMING EDGE Performance

enhancement training in tension· ·management, ·

concentration, goal setting, imagery: Individualized

to .meet your periormance situation. Kate .F .. Hays,

Ph.D., C.Psych:, practising clinical .and performing

arts psychology. 416-961-0487.

THE POWER OF TONE. Toning and rhythm

group meets twice a month. Vocal toning opens

voice, body and mind. All welcome. $10/session. ·

Phone Riel< Cline 416-538-0268.

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Performance

Technique

Spring & Summer

2001

Exact scheduling

is done after

consultation with

the participants.

AU courses

conclude with a

perfo(mance

Register Now

For more information

or to register

phone:

(41 6) 876-5859

ore-mail:

vocalart@gto.net

Coordinating singing with acting

1. Audition Arias

7 sessions. May-June

2. Don Giovanni excerpts

7 sessions. May-June

,3. Opera Project: "La Calisto"

Francesco Cavalli, Venice 1651

Teaching sessions begin in May.

Fully staged performances-with orchestra-in September

Peter Neff, Instructor

Lied

Interpretation and presentation

1. Franz Schubert

7 sessions. March~Apri l

2. Robert Schumann: Liederkreis, op.39

7 sessions. March-April

Peter Neff, Instructor

Elizabethan Lute Song

Interpretation and performance

with lute accompaniment ·

7 sessions. March-April

John Edwards, Instructor and Lutenist

Com media dell'Arte

The Acting Technique

for actors, dancers and singers

9 sessions. mid April-mid May

Gian Giacomo Colli, Instructor

Languages

for singers and coaches

12 sessions. April-June

1. French Anne Lefoulon, MA, Instructor

2. Italian Gian Giacomo Colli, MA, Instructor

3. German Karin Barton, PhD, Instructor

• The Vocal Art Forum

THE

INTERNATIONAL

RESOURCE

•. -CENTRE

FOR.PERFORMING

ARTISTS

presents

An E.ncounter with

SHIRLEY VERRETT

March 31 .and April 1, 2001 ·

10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and

2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

COLUMBUS CENTRE

Lower Lobby

901 Lawrence. Ave West

(atDufferin) Toronto

Participants: $200

members

$235 - Includes

membership

Observers: $20 - $70

For details/registration:

Tel: 416.362.1422

Fax: 416.359.0043

Web: www.sumarts.com

Special Projects

Yoµ are cordially invited

to join

SHIRLEY

VERRETT

and

CLARICE CARSON

in celebrating the life

and career of

LOUIS QUILICO

Saturday, March 31

Reception: 5 p.m.

Dinner: 6 p.m.

Cost: $75*

Boccaccio Ristorante

Columbus Centre

We wish to acknowledge

the collaboration of

Columbus Centre,

Boccaccio Ristorante,

General Electric of Canada

Inc., the Royal York Hotel,

Opera Canada, WholeNote and

the Italian Cultural Institute

FEBRUARY 1, 2001 • MARCH 7, 2001 wholenote 35

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