2013 Summer Music Festival Listings

Table of Festivals

5 Senses Festival
All-Canadian Jazz Festival
Brookside Music Summer Concert Series
Brott Music Festival
Canadian Open Old Time Fiddle Championship
City of Toronto Historic Sites
Colours of Music
Elora Festival
Festival Alexandria
Festival of the Sound
Guelph Jazz Festival
Highlands Opera Studio
Highlands Summer Festival
Huntsville Festival of the Arts
Indian River Festival
Jazz on the Mountain at Blue
Kincardine Summer Music Festival
Live from the Rock Folk Festival
Luminato Festival
Lunenburg Folk Harbour Festival
Markham Jazz Festival
Mill Race Festival
Montreal Baroque Festival
Music at Port Milford
Music Mondays
Music Niagara
Musique Royale
New Adventures in Sound Art (NAISA)
Newmarket Jazz+ Festival
Ottawa Chamberfest
Plein Air Salon Garden Concerts
Prince Edward County Jazz Festival
Prince Edward County Music Festival
Scarborough Town Jazz Festival
Sound of Music Festival
Stratford Summer Music
SweetWater Music Festival
Tafelmusik Baroque Summer Festival
TD Sunfest
TD Toronto Jazz Festival
Toronto Summer Music Festival
Westben – Concerts at The Barn

5 Senses Festival

August 16 and 17

Richmond Hill, ON

905-237-0423

www.5sensesfestival.org

5 Senses Festival is held on the grounds, and surrounding area, of the Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts, 10268 Yonge Street, in the Village of Richmond Hill.

FREE admission.

CS – Cosmo Stage in the Plaza

SS – SoapBox Stage in the Marketplace

August 16 6:30: O’Canada. George St. Kitts; Colin Gillis, Richmond Hill Bagpiper. CS; 7:30: Julian Troiano Band. CS; 8:30: George St. Kitts Band. CS.

August 17 11:00am: Zumba with Sandra Corrado. SS; 11:30: Persian Culture Programming. Music, food and entertainment. CS; 12:00: Cosmo School of Music Performers. SS; 1:30: Sing O’Canada (Eng/Fr). RH Pipes; Colin Gillis. CS; 1:30: Mad Hatters Tea Party. Mark Pezzelato Band. SS; 1:40: Patricia Duffy. CS; 2:30: Teresa Marchione. CS; 2:30: Dance Crew. SS; 3:00: Chuck McClelland Sings Canadiana. SS; 3:30: Asian Culture Programming. Music, food and entertainment. CS; Jazz with Patricia Duffy. SS; 4:00: Spirit Movers. SS; 5:30: Russian Cultural Dance or Song. CS; 6:45: Alex Ciccone. CS; 8:00: Rich and the Poor Boys. CS; 9:30: SoulChild. CS.

All-Canadian Jazz Festival

September 20 to September 22

Port Hope, ON

905-885-1938

www.allcanadianjazz.ca

All-Canadian Jazz Festival listings will appear in our September issue’s daily listings Section B, Concerts Beyond the GTA.

Brookside Music 

Summer Concert Series

July 4 to August 22

Midland, ON

705-527-4420

www.brooksidemusic.com

Brookside Music’s summer concert listings appear in this issue’s daily listings Section B, Concerts Beyond the GTA, on the following dates: July 4, 11, 18, 25; Aug 1, 8, 15, 22.

Brott Music Festival

June 20 to August 15

Burlington, Hamilton and Ancaster, ON

905-525-7664

www.brottmusic.com

BPAC – Burlington Performing Arts Centre, 440 Locust Street, Burlington

HP – Hamilton Place, 10 Macnab Street South, Hamilton

MPAC – McIntyre Performing Arts Centre, Mohawk College, 135 Fennell Avenue West, Hamilton

SJAC – St. John’s Anglican Church, 272 Wilson Street East, Ancaster

• June 20 5 7:30: Beethoven’s 9th Symphony. Beethoven: Symphony No.9; Demuynck: Alerion. Leslie Ann Bradley, soprano; Michele Bogdanowicz, mezzo; David Curry, tenor; Geoffrey Sirett, baritone; Festival Chorus; Arcady Singers; National Academy Orchestra. BPAC. $32; $27(sr); $15(st).

• June 26 5:30: Kate and William: A Royal Baby Shower. Works by Debussy and Mozart; music, poetry and videos. Elizabeth Herrera, vocals; Valerie Tryon, piano. SJAC. $40; $35(sr); $25(st).

• June 29 4:00: Brandenburg Concerti Nos. 1, 3 and 4. Bach. Joseph Lanza, violin/concertmaster. BPAC. $25; $20(sr); $10(st); $40(both concerts) $35(sr); $20(st); 7:00: Brandenburg Concerti Nos. 2, 5 and 6. See 4:00 for venue and ticket details.

• July 6 7:30: For Michael: The Music of Michael Jackson. Billy Jean, The Way You Make Me Feel, Man in the Mirror and others. Gavin Hope, vocals; Jeans n’Classics band; National Academy Orchestra. MPAC. $35; $30(sr); $15(st). Reserved seating add $7. 

• July 10 7:30: Music of A Thousand and one Nights. Gray: Sinfonia D’Espoir; Saint-Saëns: Piano Concerto No.2; A. Brott: Arabesque; Rimsky-Korsakov: Scheherazade. Anita Pari, piano and cello; Josh Tiessen, artist. MPAC. $32; $27(sr); $15(st). Reserved seating add $7.

• July 12 7:30: Hot Jazz with Michael Kaeshammer. SJAC. $30; $25(sr); $10(st). Also July 13.

• July 13 7:30: Hot Jazz with Michael Kaeshammer. SJAC. $30; $25(sr); $10(st).

• July 18 7:30: Tango Terrifico and Best Bolero. Rimsky-Korsakov: Capriccio Espagnol Op.34; Ravel: Boléro; Simon: Tangos (danced live); Tango Concerto (premiere); other tangos. Bryant Lopez and Faye Lavin, dancers. MPAC. $32; $27(sr); $15(st). Reserved seating add $7.

• July 25 7:30: Shall We Dance: Tchaikovsky Favourites. Tchaikovsky: Polonaise and Waltz from Eugene Onegin; Pas de Deux from Nutcracker Suite and Swan Lake; Symphony No.5; Pozdnyakov: Break Dance. Sonia Rodriguez and Piotr Stanczyk, dancers; National Academy Orchestra. MPAC. $32; $27(sr); $15(st). Reserved seating add $7.

• July 27 7:30: Last Night at The Proms Meets Gilbert and Sullivan. Here’s A How-de-do, When I Was a Lad, Rule Britannia, Pomp and Circumstance and other selections. David Curry, vocals; guest: Brian Jackson, conductor. MPAC. $32; $27(sr); $15(st).Reserved seating add $7.

• August 1 7:30: Verdi’s Aida. Sharon Azrieli Perez, soprano; Emilia Boteva, mezzo; David Pomeroy, tenor; Arcady Singers. MPAC. $32; $27(st); $15(st). Reserved seating add $7.

• August 7 7:30: Crazy for Gershwin. Goulet: 21; Gershwin: Piano Concerto in F; Rhapsody in Blue; Bernstein: selections from West Side Story. Ian Parker, piano. MPAC. $32; $27(st); $15(st). Reserved seating add $7.

• August 10 7:00: Broadway Heros with David Rogers. Selections from Camelot, Phantom of the Opera, Oklahoma , Man of La Mancha and others. MPAC. $32; $27(st); $15(st). Reserved seating add $7.

August 11 3:00: A Celtic High Tea with Ruth Sutherland. Auld Lang Syne, Ae Fond Kiss, PEI Shores, Arran Farewell and other selections. Ruth Sutherland, harp; Doug Feaver, guitar, vocals and harmonica; Patti Smith, vocals and guitar. SJAC. $40; $35(sr); $25(st). Includes High Tea.

August 15 7:30: Grand Finale: Mahler, Symphony of A Thousand. Leslie Fagan, Betty Waynne Allison and Jacqueline Woodley, sopranos;Anita Caruse and Mia Lennox Williams, altos; John Tiranno, tenor; Stephen Hegedus, bass; Gordon Binter, bass-baritone; Arcady Singers; National Academy Orchestra. HP. $35; $30(sr); $15(st).

Canadian Open Old Time 

Fiddle Championship

August 7 to August 11

Shelburne, ON

519-925-8620

www.shelburnefiddlecontest.com 

All concerts at Centre Dufferin Recreation Complex, 200 Fiddle Park Lane, Shelburne.

• August 7 7:00: Battle of the Bands. Local bands. $10.

• August 8 7:30: Everything Fitz. Emily Flack, Nate Douglas, Julie Fitzgerald and Tom Fitzgerald. $20; $10(12 and under).

• August 10 3:15: Fiddle and Stepdance Show. $7; $2(12 and under).

• August 10 6:00: Fiddle Championship Finals and Black Family Entertainment. $20; $10(12 and under).

City of Toronto Historic Sites

June 1 to June 29

Toronto, ON

416-392-6910 or 416-394-8113

www.toronto.ca/museum-events

City of Toronto Historic Sites presents concerts and events throughout June, in a variety of historic venues. Concert listings for the outdoor Music in the Orchard series at the Spadina Museum appear in this issue’s daily listings Section A, Concerts in the GTA, on June 2, 9, 16.

Concert listings for the Solfeggio Music Series at Montgomery’s Inn (co-presented with the Neapolitan Connection) appear in this issue’s daily listings Section A, Concerts in the GTA, on June 1 and 29.

See listings Section D, “The ETCeteras,” for details on events at Fort York National Historic Site, Colborne Lodge, Scarborough Museum and Spadina Museum’s Gatsby Garden Party, June 23.

Colours of Music

September 27 to October 6

Barrie, ON

705-726-1181

www.coloursofmusic.ca

Colours of Music listings will appear in our September issue’s daily listings Section B, Concerts Beyond the GTA.

Elora Festival

July 12 to August 4

Elora, ON

519-846-0331 or 888-747-7550

www.elorafestival.com

EPS – Elora Public School, 288 Mill Street East

GB – Gambrel Barn, 7454 Wellington Road 21

SJAC – St. John’s Anglican Church, 36 Henderson Street

SJCF – St. Joseph’s Church, 760 St. David Street, Fergus

• July 12 7:30: Requiem. Verdi. Elora Festival Orchestra; Elora Festival Singers; Toronto Mendelssohn Choir; and guest soloists. GB. $60; 6:45: Pre-concert talk.

• July 13 3:00: New Zealand String Quartet. Works by Brahms, Body and others. SJAC. $35; 7:30: Leahy. GB. $45.

• July 14 2:00: Dixit Dominus and Laudate Pueri. Handel. Elora Festival Singers; Festival Chamber Players; Noel Edison, conductor. SJAC. $35; 4:00: Manitoba Chamber Orchestra. Works by Ravel, Kradjian, Sayat-Nova and Glass. Guest: Isabel Bayrakdarian, soprano. GB. $40.

• July 17 7:30: Moscow String Quartet. Works by Mozart, Borodin and Shostakovich. SJAC. $35.

• July 18 7:30: Sacred Music for a Sacred Space. A cappella choral music. Elora Festival Singers, Noel Edison, conductor. SJCF. $35.

• July 19 4:00: Elora Festival Kids Camp: Jill and the Beanstalk. Performance by participants in the Elora Festival Kids Camp. EPS. $TBA. 7:30: Brass Transit. Jazz-rock music. GB. $40.

• July 20 3:00: Coronation: Crowning Glory. A 60th celebration of the Queen’s coronation. Hugh Brewster, author and narrator; Christopher Newton and Brigitte Robinson, actors; Michael Bloss, organ; Festival Brass; Elora Festival Singers, Noel Edison, conductor. GB $40; 7:30: Jorge Miguel Flamenco Ensemble. Traditional and contemporary Flamenco music, song and dance. GB. $40.

• July 21 2:00: Organ Concerti. Works by Bach, Handel and Haydn. Festival Chamber Players; Michael Bloss, organ. SJAC. $35; 4:00: The Minstrel and the Bard. Works by Shakespeare, Mendelssohn, Bernstein and Prokofiev. Colin Fox, actor; Fung Chiu Piano Duo. SJAC. $35.

• July 25 7:30: Anagnoson and Kinton. Beethoven for one piano, four hands. SJAC. $35.

• July 26 7:30: Carmina Burana. Orff. Elora Festival Singers; Toronto Mendelssohn Choir; TorQ Percussion Ensemble; James Bourne and Michel Ross, piano. GB. $40.

• July 27 3:00: Acis and Galatea. Handel. Elora Festival Singers; Toronto Masque Theatre Musicians; Noel Edison, conductor. SJAC. $35; 7:30: Steven Page. GB. $45.

• July 28 2:00: 100th Anniversary of Benjamin Britten. Elora Festival Singers; Michael Bloss, organ; Noel Edison, conductor. SJAC. $35; 4:00: The Art of Song. French Art Song and German Leider. Suzie Leblanc, soprano; Julius Drake, piano. SJAC. $35.

• August 1 7:30: A Romantic Virtuoso. Beethoven: “Moonlight” and “Appassionata” Sonatas. Sheng Cai, piano. SJAC. $35.

• August 2 7:30: Steve Bell and Trio. GB. $40.

• August 3 3:00: Sonic Escape: Circle the Sea. Music for flute, violin and cello. SJAC. $35; 7:30: The Mikado. Gilbert and Sullivan. Michael Cressman (Mikado); David Curry (Nanki-Poo); Jim White (Ko-Ko); Allison Angelo (Yum-Yum); Jean Stillwell (Katisha); Elora Festival Orchestra; Elora Festival Singers; Noel Edison, conductor. GB. $40.

• August 4 3:00: Show Tunes. Songs from music theatre repertoire. James Bourne, piano; Elora Festival Singers, Noel Edison, conductor. GB. $40.

Festival Alexandria

June 30 to July 28

Alexandria, ON

416-525-4141 or 514-484-9076

www.facebook.com/festivalalexandria

All concerts at 3689 County Road 45, Alexandria.

Tickets: $20(adults); $10(seniors and students); free(children under 12).

• June 30 3:00: Bloomsday Celebration. Edwardian and Irish music from Joyce’s Ulysses, and others. Beverly McGuire, soprano; Kathleen McAuliffe, soprano; Ashley Foot, tenor; Kris Epps, piano.

• July 7 3:00: Sound Adaptations. Works by Bach, Beethoven, Röntgen and Poulenc. Theodore Baskin, oboe; Karen Baskin, cello; Laurie Altma, piano.

• July 14 3:00: Small World Project. Small stringed instruments produce sounds from all musical genres. Sébastien Dufour (MG3); Patrick Graham (La Nef); Frédéric Samson (Vent du Nord).

• July 21 3:00: Terreno E Vago. Italian baroque music from the 17th century. Tanya LaPerrière, baroque violin; Elinor Frey, baroque cello; Esteban La Rotta, theorbo; Mylène Bélanger, harpsichord.

• July 28 3:00: Afternoon of Duos and Trios. Works by Bartók, Debussy, Florey and Mendelssohn. Linda Rosenthal, violin; Susan Salm, cello; Laurie Altman, piano.

Festival of the Sound

July 1, 14, July 18 to August 11

Parry Sound, ON

705-746-2410 or 1-866-364-0061

www.festivalofthesound.ca

CWSC – Charles W. Stockey Centre for the Performing Arts, 2 Bay Street

FSG – Festival Station Gallery, 1 Avenue Road

MTH – Museum on Tower Hill, 17 George Street

PSTD – Parry Sound Town Dock, 9 Bay Street (Island Queen Cruise Ship)

SAPC – St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, 58 Seguin Street

SJUC – St. James United Church, 24 Mary Street

July 1 7:00: Canada Day Cruise. Music of Newfoundland. Glenn Greene and End of the Road, east-coast band. PSTD. $40.

July 14 2:30: All in a Garden Green. James Campbell, clarinet; Afiara String Quartet. A country garden in Rosseau, 8 Victoria Ave. $75. Call for directions to venue.

July 18 7:30: Gala Opening Concert: The Pride of Ontario. Daley: Paradise, Song of Georgian Bay; Robertson/Dault: The Goal; Glick: The Hour Has Come; Halley: Song for Canada; Sea to Sea: Folk Songs of Canada. Elmer Iseler Singers, Lydia Adams, conductor. CWSC. $45-$50; 10:00: President’s Gala. James Campbell, clarinet. CWSC. $25.

July 19 7:30: Ontario Reflections. Lau: Great North Overture; Impressions for Brass Band; Teehan: Wildfire; Ridout: Fall Fair; Coakley: Celebration; Cable: Ontario Pictures. Hannaford Street Silver Band. CWSC. $40-$45.

July 20 12:00: Family Concert. Aboriginal fiddle music. Strings Across the Sky, Andrea Hansen, conductor. CWSC. Free; 7:30: Opera Gala. Arias, duets and ensembles from operas and operettas by Strauss, Gershwin, Gilbert and Sullivan, and Verdi. Virginia Hatfield, soprano; Gabrielle Prata, mezzo; Mark DuBois, tenor; David Pomeroy, tenor; Peter McGillivray, baritone; Anagnoson & Kinton, piano duo. CWSC. $45-$50.

July 21 6:00: A Viennese Gala Dinner: A Masked “Ball.” Works by Strauss, Kreisler and Brahms. Leslie Fagan, soprano; Gabrielle Prata, mezzo; Mark DuBois, tenor; Peter McGillivray, baritone; Moshe Hammer, violin; Glen Montgomery, piano, Anagnoson & Kinton, piano duo. CWSC. $150.

July 22 7:00: Klezmer Cruise. Works and performers TBA. PSTD. $40.

July 23 2:30: Voices Lost. Glick: I Never Saw Another Butterfly; Klein: Variations on a Moravian Theme; Ullmann: Theme and Variations on a Hebrew Theme; Morawetz: From the Diary of Anne Frank. Marion Newman, mezzo; Moshe Hammer, violin; Ron Ephrat, viola; Yegor Dyachkov, cello; Magdalena von Eccher, piano; Alan Stein, painter; Jim Pletzer, visual artist. CWSC. $20-$25; 6:45: Lecture. Jeffrey Stokes, lecturer. See listings section D, “The ETCeteras,” under Lectures & Symposia; 7:30: Voices Eternal. Shostakovich: String Quartet No.8; Messiaen: Quartet for the End of Time. James Campbell, clarinet; Moshe Hammer and Gil Sharon, violin; Ron Ephrat, viola; Yegor Dyachkov, cello; Gryphon Trio. CWSC. $35-$40.

July 24 10:30am: Bach Around Town. Bach: Partita No.2 in d BWV1004. Moshe Hammer, violin. FSG. Free; 12:00: Piano and Strings. Brahms: Fantasy Op.116; Schumann: Piano Quintet in E-flat Op.44. Tiberius String Quartet; Jamie Parker, piano. CWSC. $20-$25. 2:30: Beethoven and Brahms. Beethoven: Cello Sonata in A Op.69; Brahms: String Quartet in c Op.51 No.1. New Zealand String Quartet; Yegor Dyachkov, cello; Martin Roscoe, piano. CWSC. $20-$25; 6:45: Conversations with Keith. Keith Horner, host. See listings section D, “The ETCeteras,” under Lectures & Symposia. 7:30: Piano Masterworks. Schubert: Sonata No.19 in c D958; Elgar: Piano Quintet in a Op.84. Martin Roscoe, piano; New Zealand String Quartet. CWSC. $35-$40.

July 25 11:00am: Strings in the Morning. Dvořák: Sonatina in G Op.100; Brahms: String Quartet in a Op.51 No.2. Moshe Hammer, violin; Glen Montgomery, piano; New Zealand String Quartet. CWSC. $20-$25; 4:15: Music Apres Cruise. Dohnányi: Three Pieces for Piano; Dvořák: String Quartet in E-flat Op.97. Martin Roscoe, piano; Moshe Hammer and Gil Sharon, violin; Ron Ephrat and Jozsef Molnar, viola; Yegor Dyachkov, cello. CWSC. $20-$25. 7:30: Dvořák in America. Martinů: Three Czech Dances; Smetana: String Quartet No.1 in e “From My Life”; Burleigh: Spirituals; Dvořák: String Quartet in F Op.96 “American.” Peter McGillivray, baritone; Glen Montgomery, piano; Martin Roscoe, piano; Tiberius String Quartet. CWSC. $35-$40.

July 26 10:30am: Bach Around Town. Bach: Suite No.3 in C BWV1009; Sonata No.1 in g BWV1001. Douglas Beilman, violin; Rolf Gjelsten, cello; New Zealand String Quartet. MTH. Pwyc; 12:00: Very Young Artists Perform. Brahms: Clarinet Sonata in f Op.120 No.1; Mendelssohn: Piano Trio No.1 in d Op.49. James Campbell, clarinet; Eva Aronian, violin; Tate Zawadiuk, cello; Stephen Nguyen and Martin Roscoe, piano. CWSC. $20-$25; 1:45: Lecture. Jeffrey Stokes, lecturer. See listings section D, “The ETCeteras,” under Lectures & Symposia. 2:30: The Spirit of the Land. Enescu: Romanian Rhapsody; Bartók: Contrasts; Liszt: Hungarian Rhapsody No.15; Brahms: Hungarian Dances; Theodore: Upon the Arles. James Campbell, clarinet; Moshe Hammer and Gil Sharon, violin; Ron Ephrat, viola; Yegor Dyachov, cello; Glen Montgomery, piano; Tiberius String Quartet; Jeffrey Stokes, lecturer. CWSC. $20-$25; 6:45: Conversations with Keith. Keith Horner, host. See listings section D, “The ETCeteras,” under Lectures & Symposia; 7:30: Folk Influences from Central Europe. Haydn: String Quartet Op.64 No.5 “The Lark”; Bartók: Rhapsody on Romanian Folk Songs; Brahms: Piano Quartet in g Op.25. Moshe Hammer and Gil Sharon, violins; Ron Ephrat, viola; Yegor Dyachov, cello; Martin Roscoe, piano; Tiberius String Quartet; Jeffrey Stokes, lecturer.

July 27 7:30: Classic Reinventions. The Swingle Singers’ 50th Anniversary Concert. Works by Bach, Chopin and others. CWSC. $45-$50.

July 28 7:00: The Star of Robbie Burns. Selections from Brigadoon. Charlotte Corwin, soprano; Benjamin Covey, baritone; Melody McShane, piano; R.H. Thompson, narrator. CWSC. $60.

July 29 7:00: Viva Mexico Mariachi Cruise. Viva Mexico, mariachi band. PSTD. $40.

July 30 10:30am: Bach for Keyboard. Glen Montgomery, piano; Magdalena von Eccher, piano. CWSC. Pwyc; 12:00: The Well Tempered Klavier. Glen Montgomery, piano; Magdalena von Eccher, piano. CWSC. $20-$25; 2:30: Bach Around Town. Bach: Flute Sonatas No.2 in E-flat BWV1031 and No.4 in C BWV1033; Telemann: Sonata in F; Couperin: Le Rossignol en amour; Handel: Harmonious Blacksmith Variations. Suzanne Shulman, flute; Erica Goodman, harp. SAPC. Pwyc;. 6:45: Lecture. Larry Beckwith, conductor. See listings section D, “The ETCeteras,” under Lectures & Symposia; 7:30: Handel’s Acis and Galatea. Jacqueline Woodley, soprano; Lawrence Wiliford, tenor; Peter McGillivray, baritone; Toronto Masque Theatre, Larry Beckwith, conductor. CWSC. $40-$45.

July 31 12:00: Complete Beethoven for 2 Pianos 4 Hands. Beethoven: Sonata in D Op.6; Eight Variations on a Theme by Count Waldstein in C WoO67; Three Marches Op.45; Six Variations on “Ich denke dein” in D WoO74; Grosse Fuge in B-flat Op.134. Anagnoson & Kinton, piano duo. CWSC. $20-$25; 2:30: Romantic Piano. Chopin: Ballade No.4 in f Op.52; Franck: Piano Quintet in f. Alexander Tselyakov, piano; Cecilia String Quartet; 6:45: Lecture. Anagnoson & Kinton, piano duo; Beverley Johnston, percussion. See listings section D, “The ETCeteras,” under Lectures & Symposia; 7:30: A Piano Celebration. Mussorgsky: Pictures at an Exhibition; Britten: Gemini Variations Op.73; Bartók: Sonata for two Pianos and Percussion BB115. Alexander Tselyakov, piano; Suzanne Shulman, flute; Atis Bankas, violin; Beverley Johnston and Ed Reifel, percussion; Anagnoson & Kinton, piano duo.

August 1 10:30am: Haydn in the Morning. Haydn: Quartets Op.20 No.4 and Op.77 No.2. Cecilia String Quartet. CWSC. Pwyc; 12:00: Beethoven at Noon. Beethoven: Quartets Op.18 No.5 and Op.131. Afiara String Quartet. CWSC. $20-$25; 2:30: Modern Music in the Afternoon. Shostakovich: Quartet No.9; Ravel: Quartet. Cecilia String Quartet. CWSC. $20-$25. 7:30: Masterworks for Strings in the Evening. Mozart: Quartet No.19 in C K465 “Dissonance”; Janáček: Kreutzer Sonata; Mendelssohn: Octet in E-flat Op.20. Afiara and Cecilia String Quartets. CWSC. $35-$40.

August 2 10:30: Discussion. Glen Montgomery, piano; Maia Vimboule, teacher. See listings section D, “The ETCeteras,” under Lectures & Symposia. 1:00: The Edge. Curcin: Walking Away From; Abigaña: Quartet No.2; Murphy: String Octet. Afiara and Cecilia String Quartets. CWSC. $20. 4:00: An English Garden Tea. Vaughan Williams: Fantasia on Greensleeves; Handel: Harmonious Blacksmith; Doppler: Andante and Rondo; Beethoven: Variations on “Last Rose of Summer”; Grainger: Country Gardens; and other works. Suzanne Shulman, flute; James Campbell, clarinet; Glen Montgomery, piano; Erica Goodman, harp. CWSC. $20-$25. 7:30: Three Faces of Ebony. Schubert/Newbould: Sonatina in a; Gilliland: Three Faces of Ebony; Rheinhardt: Nuages and Tears; G. Campbell: Mid-February, As You Near Me. James Campbell, clarinet; Graham Campbell, guitar; Afiara String Quartet. CWSC. $35-$40.

August 3 3:45: Lecture. Allan Gilliland, composer. See listings section D, “The ETCeteras,” under Lectures & Symposia. 4:30: Time Out. Celebration of the music of Dave Brubeck. Phil Dwyer, saxophone; Dave Restivo, piano; Dave Young, bass; Terry Clarke, drums. CWSC. $25-$30. 7:30: Giants of the Saxophone. A tribute to Stan Getz, Charlie Parker, John Coltrane and other master saxophonists. Pat LaBarbera, Phil Dwyer and Perry White, saxophones; Dave Restivo, piano; Dave Young, bass; Terry Clarke, drums. CWSC. $40-$45.

August 4 2:30: Gene DiNovi’s American Songbook. Patricia O’Callaghan, soprano; Sienna Dahlen, vocals; Gene DiNovi, piano. CWSC. $25-$30. 7:30: Toronto All-Star Big Band. Favourites from the Swing Era. CWSC. $40-$45.

August 5 7:00: Jazz Cruise on the Bay. Denzal Sinclaire, jazz vocals; Drew Jurecka, violin; Phil Dwyer, saxophone; Dave Young, bass; Terry Clarke, drums. PSTD. $40.

August 6 2:30: Bach Around Town. Bach: Cantata “Jauchzet Gott in allen Landen” BWV51; Vivaldi: Cantata; Handel: Organ Concerto; Bach: Brandenburg Concerto No.2 BWV1047. Leslie Fagan, soprano; Guy Few, trumpet; Cynthia Hiebert, harpsichord; William McArton, organ. SJUC. $25. 7:30: Hot Club of France. Swinging gypsy jazz of pre-war Paris. Mark Fewer and Drew Jurecka, violin; Hot Club of Parry Sound. CWSC. $35-$40.

August  7 12:00: Exiles in America, Exiles in Paris. Korngold: Selections from Much Ado About Nothing Op.11; Marietta’s Lied; Martinů: Jazz Sonata; and works by Weill, S. Brecht and Stuff Smith. Mark Fewer and Drew Jurecka, violin; Graham Campbell, guitar; Joel Quarrington, double bass; Andrew Burashko, piano; Craig Harley, piano. CWSC. $20-$25. 2:30: Before the Storm. Hindemith: Trumpet Sonata; Bartók: String Quartet No.6. Guy Few, trumpet; Angela Park, piano; Penderecki String Quartet; Alan Stein, painter. CWSC. $20-$25. 6:45: Conversations with Keith. Keith Horner, host. See listings section D, “The ETCeteras,” under Lectures & Symposia. 7:30: Masters in the Evening. Schumann: Piano Quartet in E-flat Op.47; Dvořák: String Quartet No.13 in G Op.106; Glinka: Sextet for Piano and Strings. Ensemble Made in Canada (piano quartet); Penderecki String Quartet; Yehonatan Berick, violin; Joel Quarrington, double bass; Andrew Burashko, piano. CWSC. $40-$45.

August 8 12:00: Haydn and Schubert. Repertoire TBA. Yehonaton Berick and Elissa Lee, violins; Rachel Mercer, cello; Joel Quarrington, double bass; Andrew Burashko, piano. CWSC. $20-$25. 2:30: Two Times Five. Reicha: Wind Quintet Op.88; Mozart: String Quintet in g K516. Members of the Festival Winds; Mark Fewer, Yehonatan Berick and Elissa Lee, violin; Sharon Wei, viola; Katie Schlaikjer, cello. CWSC. $20-$25. 6:45: Conversations with Keith. Keith Horner, host. See listings section D, “The ETCeteras,” under Lectures & Symposia. 7:30: Masters of the Classics. Mozart: Oboe Quartet K370; Hummel: Septet in d Op.74; Beethoven: Septet in E-flat Op.20. James Mason, oboe; James Campbell, clarinet; James McKay, bassoon; Ken MacDonald, horn; Penderecki String Quartet; and others. CWSC. $40-$45.

August 9 12:00: Music for Fun. Turina: Piano Quartet Op.67; Casella: Serenade Op.46; Mendelssohn: Concert Piece Op.113; Chopin: Concert Etude in A-flat. James Campbell and David Bourque, clarinet; James McKay, bassoon; Guy Few, trumpet; Mark Fewer, violin; Rachel Mercer, cello; and others. CWSC. $20-$25. 2:30: Bach Around Town. Pachelbel: Canon in D; Bach: Suite in b; Purcell: Trumpet tune; Handel: Arrival of the Queen of Sheba: Gluck: Orfeo; and other works. Julie Baumgartel, violin; Festival Baroque. CWSC. $20-$25. 6:45: Conversations with Keith. Keith Horner, host. See listings section D, “The ETCeteras,” under Lectures & Symposia. 7:30: Carnival Night. Saint-Saëns: Carnival of the Animals; Gilliland: Fantasia on Themes from Bernstein’s West Side Story; Bellini: Ah, non credea mirati, from La Sonnambula; Bottesini: Grand Duo Concertante; Plog: Animal Ditties. Leslie Fagan, soprano; James Campbell, clarinet; Guy Few, trumpet; Joel Quarrington, double bass; Festival Orchestra; and others. CWSC. $40-$45.

August 10 7:30: The Orford Six Pianos. Verdi/Patenaude: La forza del destino; Ravel/Patenaude: Pavane pour une infant défunte; Ravel/Perron: Mother Goose; Mussorgsky/Roy: Night on the Bald Mountain; Wagner/Patenaude: Overture to “Tannhäuser”; Gershwin/Godin: Rhapsody in Blue. Orford Six Pianos. CWSC. $45-$50.

August 11 2:30: Carmina Burana. Leslie Fagan, soprano; Peter McGillivray, baritone; James Bourne, piano; Beverley Johnston, percussion;Toronto Mendelssohn Choir, Noel Edison, conductor; and others. CWSC. $40-$45.

Guelph Jazz Festival

September 4 to September 8

Guelph, ON

519-763-4952

www.guelphjazzfestival.com

Guelph Jazz Festival listings will appear in our September issue’s daily listings Section B, Concerts Beyond the GTA. Listings were unavailable at press time. See GJF website for details.

Highlands Opera Studio

August 6 to August 29

Haliburton, ON

1-855-457-9933

www.highlandsoperastudio.com

NL – Northern Lights Performing Arts Pavilion, 5358 County Road 21

SG – St. George’s Anglican Church, 122 Highland Street

• August 6 8:00: Operatic Highlights Concert 1. SG. $30.

• August 8 8:00: Operatic Highlights Concert 2. SG. $30.

• August 11 2:00: Richard Margison & Friends: Fund-Raising Concert. NL. $75.

• August 13 8:00: Brittenania: A Celebration of Benjamin Britten. NL. $30.

• August 16 8:00: Operatic Highlights Alumni Concert. NL. $30.

• August 23 8:00: La Traviata. Verdi. Ambur Braid, soprano (Violetta Aug 23, 25, 29); Luiza Zhuleva, soprano (Violetta Aug 27); Adam Luther, tenor (Alfredo). NL. $35. Also Aug 25(mat), 27, 29.

• August 25 2:00: La Traviata. See Aug 23.

• August 27 8:00: La Traviata. See Aug 23.

• August 29 8:00: La Traviata. See Aug 23.

Highlands Summer Festival

July 1 to August 9

Haliburton, ON

1-855-457-9933

www.highlandssummerfestival.on.ca

All events at Northern Lights Performing Arts Pavilion, 5358 County Road 21, Haliburton.

• July 1-5 8:00: Nunsense. A comedy musical review. $29.50. Also July 10-12.

• July 7-9 8:00: Wingfield’s Inferno. Dan Needles. Featuring Rod Beattie. $29.50.

• July 10-12 8:00: Nunsense. See July 1.

• July 15-19 8:00: Our Town. Thornton Wilder. $29.50. Also July 24-26.

• July 21-23 8:00: Bohemians In Brooklyn. A cabaret by Tom Allen. $29.50.

• July 24-26 8:00: Our Town. See July 15.

• July 29-August 2 8:00: The Sunshine Boys. Neil Simon. $29.50. Also Aug 6-9.

• August 6-9 8:00: The Sunshine Boys. See July 29.

Huntsville Festival of the Arts

July 4 to August 28

Huntsville, ON

705-789-4975

www.huntsvillefestival.on.ca

All concerts 8pm, at Algonquin Theatre, 37 Main Street East, Huntsville, except Valdy, July 17, 8pm, at Trinity United Church, 33 Main Street East, Huntsville.

July 4: Soweto Gospel Choir. $52; $49(sr); $30(youth).

July 6: Amy Sky. $42; $39(sr); $30(youth).

July 9: Deric Ruttan. $38; $35(sr); $30(youth).

July 11: Madison Violet. $33; $30(sr); $20(youth)

July 12: Michael Kim – The evolution of the Piano. $33; $30(sr); $20(youth).

July 17: Valdy. $25; $15(youth).

July 18: Downchild Blues Band. $45; $42(sr); $30(youth).

July 20: Wingfield (Lost & Found). $32; $20(youth).

July 24: Whitehorse. $38; $35(sr); $20(youth).

July 25: Natalie MacMaster & Donnell Leahy – Fiddles and Keys. $52; $49(sr); $30(youth).

July 27: Toronto Mass Choir. $33; $30(sr); $20(youth).

August 2: Toronto All-Star Big Band. $35; $32(sr); $20(youth).

August 3: Peter Appleyard & The Sophisticated Ladies. $38; $35(sr); $30(youth).

August 9: All That Jazz. $25; $10(youth).

August 10: Hawksley Workman. $45; $42(sr); $30(youth).

August 16: Classic Albums Live – AC/DC Back in Black. $42; $39(sr); $30(youth).

August 23: Victoria Duffield. $30; $25(youth).

August 27: Bruce Cockburn. $55; $52(sr); $30(youth).

August 28: Bruce Cockburn. $55; $52(sr); $30(youth).

Indian River Festival

June 16 to September 19

Indian River, PEI

1-866-856-3733

www.indianriverfestival.com

All concerts at St. Mary’s Church, 1374 Hamilton Road, Indian River, Prince Edward Island.

• June 16 3:00: Youth Legacy Concert. Featuring winners of the Indian River Festival Performance Award. Jocelyn Yang, Debut Atlantic’s Young Artist Award winner. $10.

• June 22 7:30: Ben Heppner, tenor. With John Hess, piano. $45.

• July 6 7:30: Anúna. Featuring Ireland’s National Choir. $26; $24(sr).

• July 7 7:30: Falling in Love Again. Featuring cabaret, opera and theatre favourites. Jean Stilwell, mezzo; Robert Kortgaard, piano. $26; $24(sr).

• July 12 7:30: Isabel Bayrakdarian, soprano, and the Manitoba Chamber Orchestra. Works by Ravel, Sayat-Nova, Glass, Kradjian and early female troubadours. Anne Manson, conductor. $35; $33(sr).

• July 14 7:30: Vincent Lauzer, recorder, and Mark Edwards, harpsichord. In Recital. $26; $24(sr).

• July 18 7:30: Jimmy Rankin, vocals. Songs of everyday turmoil of living and loving. $26; $24(sr).

• July 19 7:30: Rose Cousins, singer-songwriter. Folk/pop music. Guest: Tom Terrell. $26; $24(sr).

• July 21 7:30: Denzal Sinclaire, jazz vocals. Jazz music. $26; $24(sr).

• July 26 7:30: Jenn Grant and Meaghan Blanchard. Singer-songwriters. $26; $24(sr).

• July 28 7:30: JP Cormier, singer-songwriter. Bluegrass, folk and country music. $26; $24(sr).

• August 2 7:30: Midsummer Magic. An evening of old-fashioned elegance. Works by Novello, Coward and others. Krisztina Szabó, mezzo; Alexander Dobson, baritone; Suzanne Lemieux, oboe; Peter Tiefenbach and Robert Kortgaard, piano. $26; $24(sr).

• August 3 7:30: Saturday Night at the Opera. Krisztina Szabo, mezzo; Pascale Beaudin, soprano; Alexander Dobson, baritone; Peter Tiefenbach and Robert Kortgaard, piano. $26; $24(sr).

• August 4 7:30: Requiem. Rutter. Indian River Festival Singers; Midsummer Magic Ensemble. Tim Cooper, conductor. $26; $24(sr).

• August 8 7:30: The McDades. Celtic music. $26; $24(sr).

• August 9 7:30: Old Man Luedecke. Folk, bluegrass and pop music. $26; $24(sr).

• August 11 7:30: Chris Norman and David Greenberg. Celtic, baroque and original music, incorporating flutes, violins, vielles, pipes, keyboards and voice. $26; $24(sr).

• August 12 7:30: The Good Lovelies. All-female folk music trio. $26; $24(sr).

• August 15 7:30: Célébrez la fête nationale des Acadiens. A celebration of the rich cultural heritage of the Acadians. Hélène Bergeron, Louise Arsenault and JJ Chaisson, fiddles; Ten Strings And A Goat Skin. $26; $24(sr).

• August 18 7:30: Kitchen Party at St. Mary’s. Old-time music. Ivan and Vivian Hicks, fiddles; Saddle River String Band; Milk and Honey. $15; $13(sr).

• August 23 7:30: Duo Concertante. Classical chamber music. Nancy Dahn, violin; Timothy Steeves, piano. $26; $24(sr).

• August 25 7:30: Matt Andersen. Singer-songwriter. $26; $24(sr).

• September 14 7:30: Anastasia Rizikov, piano. $20; $18(sr).

• September 19 7:30: We Will Remember Them. Songs inspired by hopes and fears, in a tribute to our veterans of the two world wars. Andrea Jeffery, soprano; Derrick Miller, tenor; and others. $26; $24(sr).

Jazz On The Mountain at Blue

July 5 to July 7

Blue Mountains, ON

1-877-445-0231

www.bluemountainjazzfest.com

All events at Blue Mountain Village near Collingwood.

Tickets: 1-866-943-8849.

BMI - Blue Mountain Inn, 108 Jozo Weider Boulevard

EP - Events Plaza

CBBG - Copper Blues Bar and Grill, 156 Jozo Weider Boulevard

OBCG - Oliver & Bonacini Café Grill, Westin Trillium House, 220 Gord Canning Drive(formerly Mountain Drive)

CASC - C&A Steak Co., 108 Jozo Weider Boulevard

TR - Tholos Restaurant, 170 Jozo Weider Boulevard

July 5 11:00am: Master Class Series: Pat Kilbride. Opening Address by Michael Farquharson. BMI. $25. 1:00: Stan Samole Group. EP. Free. 2:00: Master Class Series: Holy Cole with J.J. Johnson and George Koller. BMI. $25. 3:00: Andria Simone. EP. Free. 5:00: Five After Four. EP. Free. 9:00: Holy Cole: Jazz at Twilight. BMI. $49.95. 10:00: Jet Propulsion Laboratory. TR. Free. 10:00: Jazz Club Series: Dog Velocity. CBBG. Free. 10:00: Mary MacKay and Eric Boucher. Jazz Club Series. CASC. Free. 10:00: Jazz Club Series: Lorne Lofsky and Michael Farquharson. OBCG. Free.

July 6 11:00am: Master Class Series: Jimmy Haslip. BMI. $25. 1:00: Irene Torres & The Sugar Devils. EP. Free. 2:00: Master Class Series: Michael Farquharson. BMI. $25. 3:00: K.C. Roberts & The Live Revolution. EP. Free. 5:00: Shuffle Demons. EP. Free. 7:00: Jeff Lorber Fusion. BMI. $59.95 (double bill with Swing Out Sister). 9:00: Swing Out Sister. BMI. $59.95 (double bill with Jeff Lorber Fusion). 10:00: Jet Propulsion Laboratory. TR. Free. 10:00: Jazz Club Series: Lorne Lofsky and Kieran Overs. OBCG. Free. 10:00: Stan Samole, solo guitar. CASC. Free. 10:00: Jazz Club Series: Vibrosis. CBBG. Free.

July 7 11:00am: Master Class Series: Peter Cardinali. BMI. $25. 12:00: Luke McMaster. EP. Free. 2:00: The George St. Kitts Orchestra. EP. Free. 2:00: Master Class Series: Kieran Overs. Closing Address by Michael Farquharson. BMI. $25. 4:00: Kenny Garrett Quintet. BMI. $39.95.

Kincardine Summer Music Festival

June 28, August 4 to16

Kincardine, ON

519-396-9716 or 1-866-453-9716

www.ksmf.ca

BWGI – Best Western Governor’s Inn, 791 Durham Street

KPC – Knox Presbyterian Church, 345 Durham Street

VP – Victoria Park, Princess St. N. between Durham Market Streets N. and S.

• June 28 7:30: Bohemians in Brooklyn. Storytelling and music show. Patricia O’Callaghan and Bryce Kulak, vocals; Lori Gemmell, harp; Tom Allen, host. KPC. $25.

• August 4 4:00: 4 O’Clock in the Park Concert Series. Featuring some or all of the following: Jazz.FM Youth Big Band; The Pleats Celtic Ensemble; Andrea Matchett; and others. VP. Free; 7:30: KSFM Jazz Faculty Ensemble. Jules Estrin, trombone; Kelly Jefferson, sax; Brian O’Kane, trumpet; Earl MacDonald, piano; Mike Downes, bass; and others. BWGI. $25.

• August 5 4:00: 4 O’Clock in the Park Concert Series. Featuring some or all of the following: Jazz.FM Youth Big Band; The Pleats Celtic Ensemble; Andrea Matchett; and others. VP. Free; 7:30: Heather Bambrick, jazz vocals. BWGI. $25.

• August 6 4:00: 4 O’Clock in the Park Concert Series. Featuring some or all of the following: Jazz.FM Youth Big Band; The Pleats Celtic Ensemble; Andrea Matchett; and others. VP. Free; 7:30: Tuesday Blues. BWGI. $25.

• August 7 4:00: 4 O’Clock in the Park Concert Series. Featuring some or all of the following: Jazz.FM Youth Big Band; The Pleats Celtic Ensemble; Andrea Matchett; and others. VP. Free; 7:30: Heavyweights Brass Band. BWGI. $25.

• August 8 4:00: 4 O’Clock in the Park Concert Series. Featuring some or all of the following: Jazz.FM Youth Big Band; The Pleats Celtic Ensemble; Andrea Matchett; and others. VP. Free; 7:30: Ralph Bowen, jazz sax. BWGI. $25.

• August 9 4:00: 4 O’Clock in the Park Concert Series. Featuring some or all of the following: Jazz.FM Youth Big Band; The Pleats Celtic Ensemble; Andrea Matchett; and others. VP. Free.

• August 11 4:00: 4 O’Clock in the Park Concert Series. Featuring some or all of the following: Jazz.FM Youth Big Band; The Pleats Celtic Ensemble; Andrea Matchett; and others. VP. Free.

• August 12 4:00: 4 O’Clock in the Park Concert Series. Featuring some or all of the following: Jazz.FM Youth Big Band; The Pleats Celtic Ensemble; Andrea Matchett; and others. VP. Free; 7:30: Peter Allen, piano. KPC. $25.

• August 13 4:00: 4 O’Clock in the Park Concert Series. Featuring some or all of the following: Jazz.FM Youth Big Band; The Pleats Celtic Ensemble; Andrea Matchett; and others. VP. Free; 7:30: Quartteto Gelato. KPC. $25.

• August 14 4:00: 4 O’Clock in the Park Concert Series. Featuring some or all of the following: Jazz.FM Youth Big Band; The Pleats Celtic Ensemble; Andrea Matchett; and others. VP. Free; 7:30: Warhol Dervish Musical Collective. KPC. $25.

• August 15 4:00: 4 O’Clock in the Park Concert Series Featuring some or all of the following: Jazz.FM Youth Big Band; The Pleats Celtic Ensemble; Andrea Matchett; and others. VP. Free; 7:30: TBA. KPC. $25.

• August 16 4:00: 4 O’Clock in the Park Concert Series. Including Jazz.FM Youth Big Band; The Pleats Celtic Ensemble; Andrea Matchett, vocals; and others. Featuring some or all of the following: Jazz.FM Youth Big Band; The Pleats Celtic Ensemble; Andrea Matchett; and others. VP. Free.

Live from the Rock Folk Festival

August 9 to August 11

Red Rock, ON

www.livefromtherockfolkfestival.com

Listings unavailable at press time. See Live from the Rock Folk Festival website for details.

Luminato Festival

June 14 to June 23

Toronto, ON

416-368-4849

www.luminatofestival.com

FH – Festival Hub, David Pecaut Square, 55 John Street

MH – Massey Hall, 178 Victoria Street

MT – MacMillan Theatre, Edward Johnson Building, U of T, 80 Queen’s Park Crescent

SC – Sony Centre for the Performing Arts, 1 Front Street East

BA – Bluma Appel Theatre, St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts, 27 Front Street East

June 14 7:30: The Life and Death of Marina Abramovic. Music written and performed by Antony. Marina Abramovic; Willem Dafoe; Robert Wilson, director. BA. 416-366-7723 or 1-800-708-6754 for tickets. $55-$125. Also June 15-17. 8:00: k-os. Rapper/singer-songwriter. FH. Free. 9:00: Serena Ryder. Singer-songwriter. FH. Free. 10:30: Kid Koala: Space Cadet. Late night, “quiet-time” immersive headphone experience. FH. $20. Also June 15.

June 15 7:30: The Life and Death of Marina Abramovic. See June 14; 8:00: Long Shen Dao. Reggae, rock, hip-hop and ska combined with Chinese instruments. FH. Free. 9:00: Maxi Priest. Reggae Around the World. FH. Free; 10:00: TSO Late Night: Arabian Nights. Tchaikovsky: Piano Concerto No.1 in b-flat (first movement); Rimsky-Korsakov: Scheherazade. Jonathan Crow, violin; Yuja Wang, piano; Peter Oundjian, conductor. Roy Thomson Hall, 60 Simcoe St. $24-$45; 10:30: Kid Koala: Space Cadet. Late night, “quiet-time” immersive headphone experience. FH. $20.

June 16 2:00: Bombino. Tuareg guitarist performing “ishoumar” songs. FH. Free; The Life and Death of Marina Abramovic. See June 14; 3:00: Amadou & Mariam. Blend of traditional Malian sounds, blues, African rhythms and pointed lyrics. Free; 8:00: DakhaBrakha. Ukrainian folk music with Indian, Arabic, African and Australian influences. FH. Free. 9:00: Laurie Anderson. Performance art music. FH. Free.

June 17 7:30: The Life and Death of Marina Abramovic. See June 14; 8:00: The Corey Harris Band. Country blues. FH. Free. 9:00: Carolina Chocolate Drops. Traditional music of the Carolinas’ Piedmont region. FH. Free.

June 18 7:30: Joni: A Portrait in Song – A Birthday Happening Live at Massey Hall. Joni Mitchell birthday tribute. Bill Frisell, Glen Hansard, Chaka Khan, Liam Titcomb, Rufus Wainwright and others. MH. $35-$175. Also June 19. 8:00: Lady Son. Nuyorican style Salsa and Guajiro culture of Cuba. FH. Free. 9:00: X Alfonso. Havana hip hop rock. FH. Free.

June 19 7:30: Joni: A Portrait in Song – A Birthday Happening Live at Massey Hall. See June 18. 8:00: Patricia Cano. Singer-songwriter. FH. Free. 9:00: Danse Lhasa Danse. A celebration of Lhasa de Sela’s life combining music, dance and film. FH. Free.

June 20 8:00: Feng Yi Ting. The epic tale of Diao Chan, one of the Four Beauties of ancient China, set to music by Guo Wenjing. Shen Tiemei, soprano; Jiang Qihu, countertenor; Atom Egoyan, director. MT. $25-$65. 7:10: Pre-performance talk. Also June 21, 22. 8:00: H’Sao. Afro-pop a cappella group drawing inspiration from gospel and traditional African music. FH. Free. 9:00: Patrick Watson. Singer-songwriter. FH. Free. 11:00: Gob Squad. Video of impromptu encounters with strangers with a live audio mix. FH. Free. Also June 22.

June 21 7:30: L’Allegro, il Penseroso ed il Moderato. Mark Morris Dance Group; Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra and Choir; Jane Glover, conductor. SC. $45-$95. 6:40: Pre-performance talk. Also June 22, 23; 8:00: Feng Yi Ting. See June 20; 8:00: A Symphonic Birthday Party. Celebrating the 200th birthdays of Wagner and Verdi. Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Peter Oundjian, conductor. FH. Free.

June 22 2:00: Music Mob. Your chance to perform side-by-side with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Peter Oundjian, conductor. FH. Free. 7:30: L’Allegro, il Penseroso ed il Moderato. See June 21. 8:00: Feng Yi Ting. See June 20; 8:00: Kevin Breit, jazz guitar. FH. Free. 9:00: Rosanne Cash. Singer-songwriter. FH. Free; 11:00: Gob Squad. Video of impromptu encounters with strangers with a live audio mix. FH. Free.

June 23 2:00: Garifuna Collective. Traditional Garifuna music from Belize. FH. Free. 3:00: Danny Michel. Singer-songwriter. FH. Free; L’Allegro, il Penseroso ed il Moderato. See June 21.

Lunenburg Folk Harbour Festival

August 8 to August 11

Lunenburg, NS

902-634-3180

www.folkharbour.com

All concerts at Canadian Heritage Mainstage, Blockhouse Hill. Lunenburg, Nova Scotia.

Festival pass $134(adult); $69(youth).

• August 8 7:00: Mainstage 1. Ten Strings and a Goatskin; Ashley Condon; Richard Wood; Hupman Brothers; Teresa Doyle; David Myles. $42; $21.50(st).

• August 9 7:00: Mainstage 2. Gawler Sisters; Rob Lutes; Elena Yeung; Balfa Toujours; Mollie O’Brien & Rich Moore; Lennie Gallant. $42; $21.50(st).

• August 10 7:00: Mainstage 3. Unisson; Laura Cortese; Cheryl Wheeler; Gordie MacKeeman & His Rhythm Boys; Ray Bonneville; McDades. $42; $21.50(st).

• August 11 7:00: Mainstage 4. Jeff Davis; The Once; Old Man Luedecke; Genticorum; Spinney Brothers; Connie Kaldor. $42; $21.50(st).

Markham Jazz Festival

August 15 to August 18

Unionville, ON

905-471-5299

www.markhamjazzfestival.com

Listings unavailable at press time. See Markham Jazz Festival website for details.

Mill Race Festival

 August 2 to August 4

Cambridge, ON

519-621-7135

www.millracefolksociety.com

Listings unavailable at press time. See Mill Race Festival website for details.

Montreal Baroque Festival

New Worlds!

June 21 to June 24

Montreal, QC

514-845-7171 or 1-866-7171

www.montrealbaroque.com

All concerts at St. James Theatre, 265 Saint-Jacques Street, Old Montreal.

June 21 7:00: Motezuma. Vivaldi opera (Canadian premiere). Ensemble Caprice & Atelier Lyrique de l’Opéra de Montréal. $30; $25(sr); $20(under 30).

June 22 2:00: Si Ya A Aquella Nave. Sacred cantatas by Spanish and South American composers Sumaya, los Reyes, Zárate, Pérez and Orejón y Aparicio. La Fontegara. $25; $20(sr); $15(under 30); 4:00: À l’Aventure/Adventure. Pallade Musica & Autour de la flûte. $20; $15(sr); $10(under 30); 7:00: Nouveaux Mondes/New Worlds. Constantinople & Euskalbarrokensemble. $30; $25(sr); $20(under 30); 9:00: Soirée les Baroqueux S’Eclatent!/Baroque Goes Wild!. Early music meets digital world. Flûtes Alors; Ensemble Onslow; Aleks Schürmer. $30; $25(sr); $20(under 30).

June 23 2:00: Lachrimae. Dowland: Flow my Tears. Les Voix humaines viola de gamba consort. $25; $20(sr); $15(under 30); 4:00: Danses du Nouveau Monde/New World Dances. Featuring ciacconas and sarabandes. Mark Edwards, harpsichord. $20; $15(sr); $10(under 30); 7:00: Les Cites d’Or/Cities of Gold. Baroque music from Mexico, Bogota, Lima, Quito and Puebla. L’Harmonie des Saisons. $30; $25(sr); $20(under 30); 9:00: Soirée Viking. La Mandragore. $30; $25(sr); $20(under 30).

June 24 2:00: l’Opéra de Frédérick II. Compagnie Baroque Mont-Royal. $25; $20(sr); $15(under30); 4:00: Naissance Polyphonique/Polyphonic New World. Eight women voices trace the development of polyphonic sacred music from its origins. Scholastica. $20; $15(sr); $10(under 30); 7:00: Création. Jean-Féry Rebel’s ballet Les Élémens. Les Boréades de Montréal; Les Jardins chorégraphiques; and saltimbancos. $30; $25(sr); $20(under 30).

Music at Port Milford

July 19 to August 10

Picton, ON

613-476-7735

www.mpmcamp.org/perfs.cfm

SMM – St. Mary Magdalene, 335 Main Street

MPM – Music at Port Milford, 89 Collier’s Road, Milford

July 19 7:30: Friday Evening Artist Faculty Series. Haydn: String Quartet in D Op.76 No.5; Corigliano: Black November Turkey; Snapshot; Beethoven: String Quartet in a Op.132. Linden String Quartet (Sarah McElravy and Catherine Cosbey, violin; Eric Wong, viola; Felix Umansky, cello). SMM. $25; $10(st).

July 20 10:00am: MPM Takes to the Streets. Chamber music performed by students ages 12-18. Various locations in Picton. Free.

July 20: 2:00: Saturday Student Matinee. Chamber, orchestral and choral works performed by students ages 12-18. MPM. Free.

July 26 7:30: Friday Evening Artist Faculty Series. Purcell: Aria; Britten: String Quartet No.2 in C Op.36; Dvořák: String Quartet No.10 in E-flat Op.51. Tokai String Quartet (Amanda Goodburn and Csaba Koczó, violin; Yosef Tamir-Smirnoff, viola; Emmanuelle Beaulieu Bergeron, cello); Rebecca Kenneally, voice. SMM. $25; $10(st).

July 27 2:00: Saturday Student Matinee. Chamber, orchestral and choral works performed by students ages 12-18. SMM. Free.

August 2 7:30: Friday Evening Artist Faculty Series. Turina: Piano Quartet in a, Op.67; Burge: Piano Quartet; Schumann: Piano Quartet in E-flat Op.47. Ensemble Made in Canada (Angela Park, piano; Elissa Lee, violin; Sharon Wei, viola; Rachel Mercer, cello). SMM. $25; $10(st).

August 3 2:00: Saturday Student Matinee. Chamber, orchestral and choral works performed by students ages 12-18. MPM. Free.

August 9 7:30: Friday Evening Artist Faculty Series. Martinů: Madrigal No.1 for Violin and Viola; Schubert: String Trio in B-flat Op.471; Dvořák: Piano Quintet No.2 in A, Op.81. MPM Faculty Ensemble (Marie Bérard and Rohan Gregory, violin; Angela Rudden, viola; Paul Widner, cello; Peter Longworth, piano). SMM. $25; $10(st).

August 10 2:00: Saturday Student Matinee. Chamber, orchestral and choral works performed by students ages 12-18. SMM. Free.

Music Mondays

June 3 to September 30

Toronto, ON

416-598-4521 x304

www.musicmondays.ca

Music Mondays concerts are held every Monday from June 3 to September 24, except July 1. Concert listings for performances happening from June 3 to September 2 appear in this issue’s daily listings Section A, Concerts in the GTA. All concerts begin at 12:15pm and are held at Church of the Holy Trinity, 10 Trinity Square, in downtown Toronto.

The complete Music Mondays September concert listings will appear in our September issue’s daily listings Section A, Concerts in the GTA.

FREE admission; $5 suggested donation.

Music Niagara

July 12 to August 11

Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON

905-468-5566 or 1-800-511-7429

www.musicniagara.org

EB – Epicurean Bistro, 84 Queen Street

JTN – Jackson-Triggs Niagara Estate Outdoor Amphitheatre, 2145 Niagara Stone Road

NHS – Niagara Historical Society Museum, 43 Castlereagh Street

RVE – Ravine Vineyard Estate Winery, 1366 York Road, St. Davids

SMC – St. Mark’s Church, 41 Byron Street

SPB – Simcoe Park Bandshell, King Street at Picton Street

SV – Stonechurch Vineyards, 1242 Irvine Road

TWH – Trius Winery at Hillebrand, 1249 Niagara Stone Road

• July 12 7:30: Opening Gala: Anúna. Featuring Ireland’s National Choir. SMC. $40.

• July 13 7:30: Stewart Goodyear, piano. Works by Beethoven. With CamerAtis Ensemble. SMC. $40.

• July 14 12:00: Music of 1812. Jurate Bundzaite, organ; Atis Bankas, violin. SMC. $20; 2:00: Sunday in the Park. Lincoln Welland Regiment Association Band. SPB. Free; 7:30: The Horse Flies. Alternative folk/rock music. RVE. $35.

• July 15 2:00: New Zealand String Quartet. SMC. $35; 7:30: The Great Debate: Wagner vs. The World. See listings section D, “The ETCeteras,” under Lectures & Symposia.

• July 18 2:00: Music of 1812. Paul Kim, Min Jung Kim and Atis Bankas, violin. NHS. $35; 7:30: André Laplante, piano. SMC. $40.

• July 19 7:30: Jay Leonhart, bass. Jazz and popular music. With John Sherwood, piano; Terry Clarke, drums. SV. $34.

• July 20 11:30am: Music & Wine. Music of the Middle Ages, Renaissance, and early Baroque. Toronto Consort. TWH. $20; 7:30: Gryphon Trio. SMC. $45; 9:30: Jazz on the Patio. John Sherwood Trio. EB. $20.

• July 21 12:00: Music for Families. A concert for young people and their parents/grandparents. Ted Staunton, writer/musician/storyteller. SMC. $15; 2:00: Sunday in the Park. Araz Dance Company. SPB. Free; 7:30: Vienna Piano Trio. SMC. $35.

• July 22 7:30: Elora Festival Singers. SMC. $40.

• July 24 2:00: Music of 1812. Paul Kim and Min Jung Kim, violin. NHS. $35.

• July 26 7:30: New Country Rehab. Alternative country music. SV. $35.

• July 27 11:30am: Young Virtuosos. Daisy Rho and Alex Volkov, violin; Anson Hui, piano. SMC. $20; 7:30: Robert Silverman, piano. Works by Brahms. With Atis Bankas, violin. SMC. $45; 9:30: Jazz on the Patio. Ben Hognestad Trio. EB. $20.

• July 28 12:00: Music for Families. Saint-Saëns: Carnival of the Animals. Peter Teifenbach, narrator; Robert Kortgaard, piano. SMC. $15; 2:00: Sunday in the Park. Karakoro Dance and Drums of Japan. SPB. Free. 7:30: 2 Pianos – 8 Hands. Anagnoson & Kinton, piano duo; Lithuanian Piano Duo. SMC. $35.

• July 29 7:30: Brent Carver in Concert. An evening of eclectic cabaret. SMC. $35.

• August 2 4:30: Stéphane Tétreault, cello. Works by Brahms, Haydn and Tchaikovsky. SMC. $30; 7:30: The Sunparlour Players. Alternative folk/rock music. SV. $35.

• August 3 11:30am: Young Virtuosos. Emma Meinrenken, violin; Marko Pejanovic, piano. SMC. $20; 7:30: Kristin Hoff, mezzo, and Lithuanian Piano Duo. SMC. $20; 9:30: Jazz on the Patio. Mike Field Quintet. EP. $20.

• August 4 2:00: Sunday in the Park: Often Running. Bluegrass and country music. SPB. Free; 8:00: Quartetto Gelato. Classical showpieces with a sense of humour. Guest: Bryce Kulak, vocals/actor/piano. JTN. $59.

• August 5 4:30: New Orford String Quartet. SMC. $35: 7:30: Ravel, Debussy and the Judgement of Paris. Cabaret with Tom Allen and friends. SMC. $35.

• August 8 7:30: Michael Occhipinti and the Sicilian Project. Mix of folk, jazz, world music, funk, blues and chamber music. RVE. $40.

• August 9 7:30: Dick Hyman. Jazz piano music. SMC. $45.

• August 10 11:30: Music & Wine: Baroque favourites. CamerAtis Ensemble. RVE. $20; 7:30: Season Finale: Double Bill. Works by Mozart and Schumann; Fiddle tunes, pipe music and popular tunes. CamerAtis Ensemble; Misguided Band; Colin Maier. oboe; Naida Cole, piano. SMC. $45; 9:30: Jazz on the Patio. Larry Bond Trio. EB. $20.

• August 11 2:00: Sunday in the Park. Niagara Falls Concert Band. SPB. Free.

Musique Royale

June 9 to August 2

Venues throughout Nova Scotia

902-634-9994

www.musiqueroyale.com

See Musique Royale website for complete listings.

• July 4 7:30: Anúna: Ireland’s National Choir. St. John’s Anglican Church, 81 Cumberland St., Lunenburg, NS. $25/$20(adv); $10(st).

New Adventures in Sound Art (NAISA)

June 6 to August 24

Toronto, ON

416-652-5115

www.naisa.ca

NAISA, located at Toronto’s Artscape Wychwood Barns, Studio #252, presents installations, concerts, workshops, a symposium and an “intensive” during the summer, from June 6 to August 24. NAISA concert listings appear in this issue’s daily listings Section A, Concerts in the GTA, on the following dates: July 20, 27; Aug 3, 14, 15, 16, 17, 24. See applicable sub-sections in Section D, “The ETCeteras,” for details on NAISA’s Youth Sound Art Camp Workshop (July 15 – 19), Toronto Electroacoustic Symposium (Aug 15 – 17), Sound Travels Intensive (Aug 20 – 24), and installations and sound sculptures.

Newmarket jazz+ Festival

August 2 to August 4

Newmarket, ON

905 841 6893

www.artsmusicfestivals.com

All concerts at Riverwalk Commons, 200 Doug Duncan Drive, Newmarket.

Day passes: $5; free(under 12).

August 2 6:00:Gates Open Music: Caribana North Theme; 6:30: Pan Future - Steel Pans; 7:30: Bob Rice Latin Jazz and Dance Group; 8:30: Sounds Caribbean. Bryan Huntley; 10:00: Live Music on Main Street.Featuring Newmarket bandsTBA. 

August 3 3:00: Aaron Morris: Manatee Band; 4:00: Chris Hau; 5:00: Non-Affiliated Big Band; 6:00: Julian Troiano; 6:30: Juice Band; 7:30: Stacey Kaniuk Band; 8:30: Justin Hines; 9:30: George St. Kitts Band; 11:00: Visit Main Street.

August 4 12:30: Peace in the Park: a time for prayer and meditation. Tracey Cox and David Rankin – Blessing Festival. 1:00: After Hours Big Band; 2:00: Six Ways to Sunday; 3:00: Glenn Marrais; 4:00: Rob Tardik; 5:00: Rich and the Poor Boys; 6:00: Lorne Lofsky; 7:00: Jackie Richardson; 8:00: Neil Chapman; 9:30: George Olliver.

Ottawa Chamberfest

July 25 to August 8

Ottawa, ON

613-234-6306

www.ottawachamberfest.com

See Chamberfest website for Festival Pass options.

Siskind Snapshots (12 in total) at 5:45pm: emerging and established artists offer free, 45-minute “snapshot” performances to ticket holders of the Siskind Concerts at 7:00pm.

BM – ByWard Market, 55 ByWard Market Square

BW – Beechwood, The Sacred Space, 280 Beechwood Avenue

DC – Dominion-Chalmers United Church, 355 Cooper Street

NAC – National Arts Centre of Canada, 53 Elgin Street

NGC – National Gallery of Canada, 380 Sussex Drive

OCH – Ottawa City Hall, 110 Laurier Avenue West

SB – St. Brigid’s Centre for the Arts, 310 St. Patrick Street

TH – Tabaret Hall, University of Ottawa, 550 Cumberland Street

• July 25 7:00: First Night Fiesta. Swingle Singers 50th Anniversary performance. DC. $35; 10:00: Montréal Guitare Trio. Jazz and world music program. SB. $30.

• July 26 12:00: Anton Kuerti, piano, with Kolja Lessing, violin. Mendelssohn: Sonata for piano and violin in f Op.4; Czerny: Sonata Concertante in E-flat; Kuerti: Solo Violin Partita. DC. $30; 3:00: NACO Wind Quintet. With Stéphane Lemelin, piano. NGC. $30; 3:00: Bring the Kids! Around the World in 18 Strings. A guitar tour of the world. Montréal Guitare Trio. DC. Free; 7:00: G3@20: Celebrating 20 years of sterling music making. Gershwin: Porgy and Bess suite; Poulenc songs. Measha Brueggergosman, soprano; Gryphon Trio; Tokyo String Quartet. DC. $29-$47; 10:00: What Makes it Great? I Got Rhythm: The Songs of George Gershwin. Melanie Conly, soprano; Bud Roach, tenor; Rob Kapilow, host. SB. $30.

• July 27 12:00: Lute Legends Ensemble. Luke Harris, lute; Wendy Zhao, pipa; Bassam Bishara, oud. DC. $30; 1:00: Alfresco Concerts 1. Montréal Guitare Trio. NGC. Free; 3:00: Alfresco Concerts 2. Luis Mario Ochoa Cuban Quintet. NGC. Free; 3:00: Martin Beaver and Pedja Muzijevic in Concert. Three centuries of violin sonatas. NGC. $30. 5:45: Siskind Snapshots. Anita Pari, piano/cello/composer. DC; 7:00: Siskind Concert: Marc-André Hamelin. Alkan: Love Me from Three Pieces in the Pathetic Style; Haydn: Sonata in c. DC. $29-$47; 9:30: Luis Mario Ochoa Cuban Quintet. Luis Marion Ochoa, vocals and guitar; Hilario Durán, piano. SB. $35(ticket includes Van Django concert at 10:30); 10:30: Van Django. Gypsy Jazz of the 1930s Hot Club de Paris. SB. Included with Luis Mario Ochoa Cuban Quintet ticket at 9:30.

• July 28 11:00am: National Treasure Spotlight. Eleanor James, mezzo; Judy Lohman, Jennifer Swartz, Lori Gemell, Julie Seager-Scott and Sharlene Wallace, harp. BW. $30; 1:00: Alfresco Concerts 3. Gypsy Jazz. Cameron Wilson, violin; Van Django. NGC. Free; 2:00: Rising Stars of Chamberfest. A showcase of promising young musicians. SB. $30; 3:00: Alfresco Concerts 4. Jazz. John Geggie, bass; Christine Fagan, vocals; Mark Ferguson, piano; Mike Tremblay, saxophone. NGC. Free; 3:00: Beyond the Labyrinth: In Search of John Dowland. Les Voix Baroques celebrates the 450th year of Dowland’s birth. DC. $30; 5:45: Siskind Snapshots. James Campbell, clarinet; Martin Roscoe, piano. DC; 7:00: Siskind Concert: Sounds from the Sound. Musicians from the 2013 Festival of the Sound in Parry Sound. DC. $35; 9:30: Dowland in Dublin. Michael Slattery, tenor; La Nef (early music ensemble). SB. $35; 10:30: Strungout51. Muhly: Clear Music for cello, harp, celeste and electroacoustics; Maxwell: Serere; Sekhon: Drifting Seeds. Ariel Barnes, cello; Heidi Krutzen, harp. SB. $30.

• July 29 10:00am: Chamber Chat. Britten: Suite for solo cello No.1 Op.72. Ariel Barnes, cello. DC. Free; 11:00am, 1:30 and 3:30: The Music of Art: Ave Maria. Rob Kapilow pairs arrangements of Ave Maria with paintings throughout history. Ottawa Bach Choir; Lisette Canton, conductor. NGC. $TBA; 12:00: The Seasons. Cage: The Seasons; Chopin: Preludes Op.28. Pedja Muzijevic, piano. DC. $30; 3:00: New Zealand String Quartet. Brahms: String Quartet Op.51 No.1 in c and No.2 in a. NGC. $30; 5:45: Siskind Snapshots. Timothy Chooi, violin; Pavel Kolesnikov, piano. DC; 7:00: Siskind Concert: Generation Next. Timothy Chooi, violin; Iryna Krechkovsky, violin; Ariel Barnes, cello; Pavel Kolesnikov, piano; Zodiac Trio. DC. $35; 10:00: Silencio: Journey into Silence. Improvisation, atonality and extended techniques. Sanctuary (Jeff Reilly, bass clarinet; Christoph Both, cello; Peter Togni, organ). SB. $30.

• July 30 10:00am: Chamber Chat. Britten: Suite for harp in C Op. 83. Heidi Krutzen. DC.Free; 12:00: Tiberius Quartet with James Parker. Haydn: String Quartet No.26 in g Op.20 No.3; Schumann: Piano Quintet in E-flat Op.44. DC. $30; 3:00: Bring the Kids! Say It in Sound. An interactive, family-friendly classical music experience. DC. Free; Zodiac Trio. Bacri: A Smiling Suite (Canadian premiere); and works by Bartók, Ustvolskaya and Piazzolla. NGC. $30; 5:45: Siskind Snapshots. Mendelssohn: Piano Trio No.1 in d, Op.49. ConSTANZE trio. DC; 7:00: Siskind Concert: Miró Quartet with Wallis Giunta. An evening of strings and song. DC. $35; 10:00: Jazz Night. Phil Dwyer, sax and piano, and Don Thompson, bass and piano, reunite at Chamberfringe. SB. $30.

• July 31 10:00am: Chamber Chat. With Ann Monoyios and Bruce Dickey. See listings section D, “The ETCeteras,” under Lectures & Symposia; 12:00: Don’t Excite the Recollection. Lizotte: Close for Couloir (premiere). Ariel Barnes, cello; Heidi Krutzen, harp. DC. $30; 3:00: What Makes it Great? Vivaldi’s Four Seasons. Rob Kapilow explores the background, structure, and scene-painting elements of the music, then conducts a performance of the “Spring” and “Summer’ concerti. Timothy Chooi violin; Iryna Krechkovsky violin; National Youth Orchestra of Canada. NGC. $30; 5:45: Siskind Snapshots. Suzie Leblanc, soprano; Julius Drake, piano. DC; 7:00: Siskind Concert: The Monteverdi Vespers. Les Voix Baroques; La Rose des Vents. DC. $29-$47; 10:00: The Judgement of Paris. A journey through history, music, betrayal, and war. SB. $30.

• August 1 10:00am: Chamber Chat. With musicologist Harry Halbreich. See listings section D, “The ETCeteras,” under Lectures & Symposia; 12:00: The Awakened Rose. French melodies and Strauss lieder. Suzie Leblanc, soprano; Julius Drake, piano. DC. $30; 12:00: Chamberfest at City Hall.Improvised sound. Element Choir, Christine Duncan, conductor; Scott Thomson, composer. OCH. Free; 3:00: Leipzig String Quartet. Mozart: String Quartet No.20 in D K499; Mendelssohn: String Quartet No.3 in D Op.44 No.1. NGC. $30; 5:45: Siskind Snapshots. Select chamber groups from NYOC with conductor Stephen Sitarski. NAC; 7:00: Siskind Concert: National Youth Orchestra of Canada. Mahler: Symphony No.9 in D. NAC. $20; Trio Solisti: Beethoven: 14 Variations on an Original Theme in E-flat; and works by Chausson and Dvořák. NGC. $30; 10:00: Sarah Slean and String Quartet. Suhashini Arulanandam and Karen Graves, violin; Jennifer Thiessen, viola; Alex Grant, cello. SB. $30.

• August 2 10:00am: Chamber Chat. With musicologist Harry Halbreich. See listings section D, “The ETCeteras,” under Lectures & Symposia; 12:00: Christine Duncan and The Element Choir Project. Exploring improvised sound. Jim Lewis, trumpet; Jean Martin, drums. DC. $30; 3:00: Bring the Kids! Story Time with Gryphon Trio: Narrated by Ann Monoyios. Classic children’s stories by Margaret Wise Brown presented with music and projections. DC. Free; Leipzig String Quartet. Beethoven: late works. NGC. $30; 5:45: Siskind Snapshots. Raphael Wallfisch talks about his life and career, and performs a Bach solo cello suite. DC; 7:00: Siskind Concert: Quartango with Marie-Josée Lord. An evening of Grand Opera and tango. DC. $35; 10:00: Henrique Cazes with Sambacana. Musica Popular Brasileira and Brazilian Jazz. SB. $30.

• August 3 10:00am: Chamber Chat. Vivier: Cinq Chansons pour percussion. David Kent and David Schotzko, percussion. DC. Free; 12:00: Chamberfest in the Market. Lemon Bucket Orkestra. BM. Free; 12:00: Balinese Echoes. Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; David Kent, David Schotzko and Mark Duggan, percussion; James Parker, piano. DC. $30; 3:00: Yegor Dyachkov and Jean Saulnier. Modernist and contemporary works for cello and piano. NGC. $30; 5:45: Siskind Snapshots. Canadian ballerina Evelyn Hart joins Duo Concertante to perform a new work by Vincent Ho. DC; 7:00: Siskind Concert: Pacifica Quartet with Raphael Wallfisch. Schubert: Quintet in C, D956; and other works. DC. $35; 9:30: Room of Wonders. Music inspired by folk dances from around the world. Jayme Stone, banjo (performing from new album). SB. $35(ticket includes Lemon Bucket Orkestra concert at 10:30); 10:30: Lemon Bucket Orkestra Returns! Gypsy-klezmer-punk for. SB. Included with Jayme Stone ticket at 9:30.

• August 4 11:00am: Source and Inspiration with Duo Concertante. Bach: Sonatas Nos. 1, 3, 4. Nancy Dahn, violin; Timothy Steves, piano. BW. $30. 3:00: Quotes and Reflections. Ives: Trio S86, K2B17; Oesterle: Centennials; Zorn: Cat O’ Nine Tails; Murphy: Blues and the Principles of Excitation. Gryphon Trio; Ceclia String Quartet; Afiara String Quartet; and other guests. NGC. $30; 5:45: Siskind Snapshots: Weinzweig @ 100. Life and accomplishments of Canadian composer John Weinzweig. Maghan McPhee soprano; Lori Gemmell harp; Frédéric Lacroix, piano; James Wright, host. DC; 7:00: Siskind Concert: What Makes it Great? Mendelssohn’s Octet. Mendelssohn: Octet in E-flat Op.20. Afiara String Quartet; Cecilia String Quartet; Rob Kapilow, host. DC $35; 9:30: Itinerant Gardens. Constantinople; guest: Ablaye Cissoko, kora and griot (storyteller/vocalist) from Senegal. SB. $35; 10:30: Saskpower with Warhol Dervish. Experimental chamber ensemble Warhol Dervish joins Nicole Lizée’s Saskpower. SB. $30.

• August 5 10:00am: Chamber Chat. With musicologist Harry Halbreich. See listings section D, “The ETCeteras,” under Lectures & Symposia; 12:00: New Music Now I. Megumi Masaki performs Music 4 Eyes and Ears II, a four-part piano recital and multimedia performance. NGC. $30(ticket includes New Music Now I, II, III). 1:30: New Music Now II. Lutoslawski: Partita; Ohana: Sacral D’Ilx. Gryphon Trio; guests: Donnie Deacon, violin; Frédéric Lacroix, piano. NGC; 3:00: New Music Now III. Sokolović: Portrait parlé. Ensemble Transmission. NGC; 5:45: Siskind Snapshots. Xenakis: Testra. JACK Quartet; David Schotzko, percussion; Harry Halbreich, host. DC; 7:00: Siskind Concert: New York Polyphony. All-male vocal ensemble performs music ranging from medieval to cutting-edge. DC. $35; 10:00: “In the Dark” by Georg Fredrich Haas. Haas: String Quartet No.3 (performed in total darkness). JACK Quartet. SB. $30.

• August 6 10:00am: Chamber Chat. With musicologist Harry Halbreich. See listings section D, “The ETCeteras,” under Lectures & Symposia; 12:00: New Music Now IV. JACK Quartet juxtaposes its own arrangements of medieval music with contemporary works by Zorn and Lachenmann. NGC. $30 (ticket includes New Music Now IV, V, VI); 1:30: New Music Now V. Featuring contemporary choral works by Whittall, Kurtág and Berio. NGC; 3:00: New Music Now VI. Featuring works for strings, clarinet and percussion by Xenakis. NGC; 5:45: Siskind Snapshots. Improvised works by avant-garde multi-instrumentalist Lori Freedman. DC; 7:00: Siskind Concert: Ehnes and Armstrong. Works by Beethoven, Prokofiev and Ravel. James Ehnes, violin; Andrew Armstrong, piano. DC. $29-$47; 10:00: Villains and Vixens. Featuring characters from classical art song, Broadway, cabaret, and grand opera. Peter McGillivray, baritone; Krisztina Szabó, mezzo; Peter Tiefenbach, piano. SB. $30.

• August 7 10:00am: Chamber Chat. With musicologist Harry Halbreich. See listings section D, “The ETCeteras,” under Lectures & Symposia; 12:00: Elora Festival Singers. Works by Whitacre, Britten, Lukaszewski and Praulins. DC. $30; 3:00: Bring the Kids! Mozart: Child Genius. A selection of the child Mozart’s most delightful music. Cecilia String Quartet; Karin Nagano, piano. DC. Free; The Music of Art: The Music of Monet; the Art of Debussy. A unique program of art and music hosted by Rob Kapilow. DC. $30; 5:45: Siskind Snapshots. Mozart: Piano Concerto No.13 in C. Cecilia String Quartet; Karin Nagano, piano. DC; 7:00: Siskind Concert: Gabriela Montero. Works by Brahms and Schumann; second half devoted to improvisations based on melodies suggested by audience. Gabriela Montero, piano; Eric Friesen, host. DC. $35; 10:00: Florquestra. Featuring sambas, bossa novas, and Brazilian harmony. Regina Gomes Teixeira, vocals and percussion; Leonard Constant. Guitar and vocals. SB. $30.

• August 8 12:00: Pallade Musica. Period instrument ensemble performs music for violin and cello. DC. $30; 3:00: Cheng Duo. Beethoven: Sonata for cello and piano No.3 in A, Op.69; Louie: Pond Mirrors Bright Sky; Wild Horse Running; Brahms: Sonata for cello and piano No.2 in F, Op.99. Bryan Cheng, cello; Silvie Cheng, piano. NGC. $30; 7:00: Trumpets of the Angels. E. Gregson. Hannaford Street Silver Band. DC. $35.

Plein Air Salon Garden Concerts

July 3 to August 28

Toronto, ON

416-487-0705

www.artistsgardencoop.com

Concert listings for the Artists’ Garden Cooperative’s Plein Air Salon Garden Concerts appear in this issue’s daily listings Section A, Concerts in the GTA, on the following dates: July 3, 6, 10, 17, 18, 24, 31; Aug 7, 14, 15, 21, 28.

Prince Edward County Jazz Festival

August 13 to August 18

Picton, ON

613-476-8416 x28 or 1-877-411-4761

www.pecjazz.org

RT– Regent Theatre, 224 Main Street

B&C – Books & Co., 289 Main Street

HEW – Huff Estates Winery, 2274 County Road 1, Bloomfield

WH – Waring House, 395 County Road 1

SAPC – St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, 31 King Street

GC – Glenwood Chapel, 47 Ferguson Street

SMMC – St. Mary Magdalene Church, 335 Main Street

• August 13 7:00: Benny Goodman’s Carnegie Hall Concert: A Discussion. Brian Barlow and Andy Sparling. B&C. Free.

• August 14 5:30: Jazz Gala Opening with the Dixie Demons – Dinner. 5:30: wine, beer, vodka tasting; 6:30: dinner; 8:00: Dixie Demons. HEW. 613-476-8416x28 or 1-877-411-4761 for reservations. $60.

• August 15 7:30: TBA. WH. Free; 8:00: Oscar Peterson’s Night Train. Dave Young, bass; Robi Botos, piano; Terry Clarke, drums; Kevin Turcotte, trumpet; Reg Schwager, guitar. RT. $38.

• August 16 4:00: Rising Young Star Matt Woroshyl with TBA. SAPC. Free; 7:30: Angie Turone Trio. WH. Free; 8:00: The Jensen Sisters. RT. $38. 

• August 17 10:00am: TBA. GC. Free; 11:30am, 1:00 and 2:00: Jazz Van. Chameleon Jazz Band. Location TBA. Free; 12:00: Marika Galea Quintet. SAPC. Free; 7:30: Hannah Barstow Trio. WH. Free; 8:00: Canadian Songbook. Phil Dwyer, piano/sax and Laila Biali, jazz vocals. RT. $38.

• August 18 10:30am: Jazz Mass. Brian Barlow Quartet. SMMC. Free; 2:00: TBA. SAPC. Free; 2:00: Canadian Jazz Quartet. HEW. Free; 8:00: Benny Goodman at Carnegie Hall. Big band re-creation of the 1938 concert. RT. $38.

Prince Edward County Music Festival

September 20 to September 28

Various locations in Picton and Bloomfield, ON

613-393-3798

www.pecmusicfestival.com

Prince Edward County Music Festival listings will appear in our September issue’s daily listings Section B, Concerts Beyond the GTA.

Scarborough Town Jazz festival

August 8 – August 11

Scarborough, ON

647-427-1403

www.latinmusicprod.com

BHP – Burrows Hall Park, 1081 Progress Avenue

ACS – Albert Campbell Square, 150 Borough Drive

FREE admission except for Awards Night on August 8.

August 8 7:30: Awards Night. Lenny Williams, Melba Moore and Liberty Silver. P.C. Ho Theatre, Chinese Cultural Centre of Greater Toronto, 5183 Sheppard Ave. E., Scarborough. $40.

August 9 1:00: Luis Mario Ochoa. Cuban music. ACS; 1:00: Don Naduriak Quintet, Latin jazz. BHP; 2:30: Cat Bernardi Quartet. Jazz vocals. ACS; 2:30: Heavyweights Brass Band. Jazz and fusion, New Orleans style. BHP; 4:00: Jorge Luis TorresPapiosco” and Iroko Quartet. AfroCuban jazz. ACS; 4:00: Pablo Terry. Traditional Cuban music. BHP; 5:30: Alines Morales. Batucada carioca. ACS; 5:30: Joaquin Nunez Hidalgo and Rumberos. Afrocuban rumba. BHP; 7:00: Bread From Heaven. Smooth jazz and fusion. BHP; 7:30: Melba Moore. Soul and R&B. ACS.

• August 10 1:00: Heavyweights Brass Band. Jazz and fusion, New Orleans style. ACS; 1:00: Cat Bernardi Quartet. Jazz vocals. BHP; 2:30: Njacko Backo & Kalimba Kalimba. ACS; 2:30: Texture. Contemporary jazz. BHP; 4:00: Justin Bacchus. R&B, Soul. ACS; 4:00: Laura Fernandez. Latin. BHP; 5:30: Havana to Toronto. Afrocuban Caribbean jazz. ACS; 5:30: Njacko Backo & Kalimba Kalimba. Cameroon Africa. BHP; 7:00: Jorge Luis Torres “Papiosco” and Iroko Quartet. AfroCuban jazz. BHP; 7:30: Liberty Silver and Friends. ACS.

• August 11 1:00: Alexis Baro Quintet. Jazz and Afrocuban. ACS; 1:00: Donna Greenberg. Smooth jazz. BHP 2:30: Kalabash. Caribbean jazz. ACS; 2:30: Alexander Brown Quartet. Cuban jazz. BHP; 4:00: Justin Bacchus. R&B, soul. ACS; 4:00: Hilario Durán and Jane Bunnett duet. Afrocuban jazz. Hilario Durán, piano; Jane Bunnett, sax and flute. BHP; 5:30: Bobby Boys Band. Soul, funk and dance fusion. ACS; 5:30: Amed Mitchell Project. Jazz. BHP; 7:00: Alines Morales. Batucada Carioca. BHP; 7:30: Lenny Williams. Soul and R&B. ACS.

Sound of Music Festival

June 7, June 13 to 16

Burlington, ON

905-333-6364

www.soundofmusic.ca

FREE admission.

BHCS – Burlington Hyundai Community Stage, behind the Waterfront Hotel

CS – Cogeco Stage, Civic Square, Brant Street and John Street

DSE – Downtown Streetfest, Brant St. at Elgin St.

DSJ – Downtown Streetfest, Brant St. at John St.

DSO – Downtown Streetfest, Brant St. at Ontario St.

DSP – Downtown Streetfest, Brant St. at Pine St.

EP – Encore Performance Area, Brant St. at Caroline St.

FS – Festival Stage, Waterfront at Downtown Burlington, 1400 Lakeshore Road

FZ – Family Zone, Waterfront at Downtown Burlington, in the gazebo area

OLG – OLG Stage, Waterfront at Downtown Burlington, west side

June 7 6:00: The Spoons. BHCS; 7:30: Grapes of Wrath. BHCS; 9:00: Honeymoon Suite. BHCS.

June 13 5:45: The Walkervilles. FS; 6:30: Breaching Vista. FS; 7:00: Eleven Past One. FS; WannaBe! Spice Girls Tribute. OLG; 7:30: Opening Ceremony. FS; 8:15: Dirty Radio. FS; 8:30: Exodus: Tribute to Bob Marley. OLG; 9:45: Down With Webster. FS; 10:00: Desire: International U2 Tribute. OLG.

June 14 1:00: Pat Maloney. FS; 2:00: Burlington Male Welsh Choir.FS; 2:15: Loose Change Quartet. FS; 7:00: Red Wanting Blue. FS; Ann Vriend. OLG; Jesse Labelle. BHCS; The Saints Are Coming. CS; Amber. DSO; 7:15: Big Lonely. DSE; 7:30: Soul Shaker Blues Band. DSP; 8:00: Yukon Blonde. FS; Danny Fernandes. BHCS; Poor Angus. CS; 8:15: Saidah Baba Talibah. OLG; Amber. DSO; 8:30: Big Lonely. DSE; 8:45: Soul Shaker Blues Band. DSP; 9:00: Alyssa Reid. BHCS; 9:30: Big Wreck. FS; Delhi 2 Dublin. CS; Amber. DSO; 9:45: Jully Black. OLG; Big Lonely. DSE; 10:00: Soul Shaker Blues Band. DSP.

June 15 11:00am: Grande Festival Parade. 1:00: The Balconies.FS; Whitney Rose. OLG; Space Chums. BHCS; Dan Griffin. CS. Jungle Cat World. FZ; Tropical Daze. DSJ; Drumlines from M.M. Robinson, St. Mary’s & Jean Vanier High Schools. EP; 1:15: The Madcats. DSO; 1:30: Hayley Roscoe. DSE; Fergus Pipes. EP; 1:45: My Pop Chair. DSP; 2:00: illScarlet.FS; Jack Grunsky. BHCS; Robert Davis Kids Music & Comedy Show. FZ; Top Hats Marching Orchestra. EP; 2:15: The Abrams Brothers. OLG; Tropical Daze. DSJ; 2:30: Eh440. CS; The Madcats. DSO; Burlington Teen Tour Band. EP; 2:45: Hayley Roscoe. DSE; 3:00: Jungle Cat World. FZ; My Pop Chair. DSP; Baltimore Twightlighters Marching Band. EP; 3:30: USS.FS; Salt Shakers. DSJ; 3:45: Small Town Pistols. OLG; Sharon and Bram. BHCS; Royal Wood. CS; The Madcats. DSO; 4:00: Robert Davis Kids Music & Comedy Show. FZ; Hayley Roscoe. DSE; 4:15: My Pop Chair. DSP; 4:45: Salt Shakers. DSJ; 6:00: National Parks. BHCS; 6:45: Human Orchestra. BHCS; Damn Truth. CS; Baudelaires. DSJ; 7:00: Gold and Youth. FS; Autumn Hill. OLG; Ivy Coast. DSO; 7:15: Jack Pine and The Fire. DSE; 7:30: Hey Brother. BHCS; Fenian Raid. DSP; 8:00: Baudelaires. DSJ; 8:15: Diamond Rings. FS; The Matinee. OLG; Of Gentlemen and Cowards. BHCS; Graydon James and The Young Novelists. CS; Ivy Coast. DSO; 8:30: Jack Pine and The Fire. DSE; 8:45: Fenian Raid. DSP; 9:15: Crystalyne. BHCS; 9:30: Ivy Coast. DSO; 9:45: Lights. FS; Doc Walker. OLG; Lee Harvey Osmond. CS; Jack Pine and The Fire. DSE; 10:00: Fenian Raid. DSP.

June 16 1:00: Autumns Cannon. FS; TBA. OLG; July. BHCS; Laura Cole. CS; Music By Jake. FZ; 1:15: Brad Cheeseman Group. DSO; 1:30: The 45s. DSE; 1:45: Subourbon Street. DSP; 1:50: Ascot Royals. BHCS; 2:00: Platinum Blonde. FS; Suzie Sunshine. FZ; 2:15: TBA. OLG; Son Roberts. CS; 2:30: Brad Cheeseman Group. DSO; 2:45: The 45s. DSE; 2:50: Jumple. BHCS; 3:00: Music By Jake. FZ; Subourbon Street. DSP; 3:30: April Wine. FS; 3:40: Stereo Kid. BHCS; 3:45: Raine Maida. OLG; Harry Manx. CS; Brad Cheeseman Group. DSO; 4:00: Suzie Sunshine. FZ; The 45s. DSE; 4:15: Subourbon Street. DSP; 5:15: 54-40. FS. 

Stratford Summer Music

July 15 to August 25

Stratford, ON

519-271-2101 or 1-866-288-4313

www.stratfordsummermusic.ca

CHA – City Hall Auditorium, 1 Wellington Street

CR – Church Restaurant, 7 Brunswick Street

CUC – Central United Church, 194 Avondale Avenue

LQP – Lower Queen’s Park

MB – MusicBarge, Avon River at York Street

MCH – Masonic Concert Hall, 15 Church Street

RC – Revel Caffè, 37 Market Place

RR – Rundles Restaurant, 9 Cobourg Street

SAC – St. Andrew’s Church, 25 St. Andrew’s Street

SJAC – St. James Anglican Church, 41 Mornington Street

TPI – Tom Patterson Island, Avon River

July 15 9:15: Opening Night Grand Illumination to Carrière: Music for a Midsummer’s Night. LQP. Free.

July 17: Exhibition of R. Murray Schafer hand-drawn scores. See listings section D, “The ETCeteras,” under Installations & Exhibitions. To Aug 25.

July 18 6:15: Musical Salute to Murray Schafer: The Patria Cycle. CHA. $25. 8:00: Schafer at 80: Birthday Dinner. CR. See listings section D, “The ETCeteras,” under Miscellaneous.

July 19 7:00am: Schafer: Music for Wilderness Lake. Brooke Dufton, soprano. TPI. Free; 10:00am: We Sing the World Choral Symposium: Environment and Choral Music. See listings section D, “The ETCeteras,” under Lectures & Symposia.

July 20 7:00am: Schafer: Music for Wilderness Lake. Brooke Dufton, soprano. TPI. Free; 10:00am: We Sing the World Choral Symposium: World Cultures and Choral Music. See listings section D, “The ETCeteras,” under Lectures & Symposia; 11:00am: Musical Brunch at Rundles: Gypsy Caravan. Joseph Macerollo, accordion. RR. 519-271-6442 for reservations. $49.50;

July 21 7:00am: Schafer: Music for Wilderness Lake. Brooke Dufton, soprano. TPI. Free; 10:30am: We Sing the World Choral Symposium: Choral Church Service. SJAC. Free. Open to general public; 11:00am: Musical Brunch at Rundles: Gypsy Caravan. Joseph Macerollo, accordion. RR. 519-271-6442 for reservations. $49.50; 3:00: We Sing the World Choral Symposium: Choral Finale. SAC. Pwyc.

July 25 11:15am: Organ Week: Interpretation. Works by Buxtehude, Bach, Reger, Vierne and Laurin, Rachel Laurin, organ. SJAC. $25; 12:30: Moo’d Swing (Roots and Swing). MB. Free.

July 26 9:30am: Bicycle Opera. RC. Pwyc; 11:15am: Organ Week: Transcription and Improvisation. Works by Bach/Laurin, Paganini/Daveluy, Brahms/Laurin and improvisation. Rachel Laurin, organ. SJAC. $25; 12:30: Moo’d Swing (Roots and Swing). MB. Free; 5:00: Bicycle Opera. RC. Pwyc; 7:00: Vienna Boys Schubert Choir: Welcome to Vienna. SAC. $40.

July 27 9:30am: Bicycle Opera. RC. Pwyc; 11:00am: Musical Brunch at Rundles: International Classics. Joseph Macerollo, accordion. RR. 519-271-6442 for reservations. $49.50; 11:15am: Organ Week: Composition. Works by Cabena, Daveluy and Laurin. Rachel Laurin, organ. SJAC. $25; 12:30: Moo’d Swing (Roots and Swing). MB. Free; 3:00: Moo’d Swing (Roots and Swing). MB. Free; 5:00: Bicycle Opera. RC. Pwyc; 7:00: Vienna Boys Schubert Choir: Mozart to Modern. SAC. $40.

July 28 9:30am: Bicycle Opera: Little Miss All Canadian. RC. Pwyc; 11:00am: Musical Brunch at Rundles: International Classics. Joseph Macerollo, accordion. RR. 519-271-6442 for reservations. $49.50; 12:30: Canadian Men’s Chorus. MB. Free; 2:00:Vienna Boys Schubert Choir: Our Musical Heritage. SAC. $40; 3:00: Canadian Men’s Chorus. MB. Free; 5:00: Bicycle Opera: Little Miss All Canadian. RC. Pwyc.

August 1 11:15am: Robert Harris Illustrated Musical Lecture. See listings section D, “The ETCeteras,” under Lectures & Symposia; 12:30: My Sweet Patootie (Cdn Roots) MB. Free.

August 2 11:15am: Robert Harris Illustrated Musical Lecture. See listings section D, “The ETCeteras,” under Lectures & Symposia; 12:30: My Sweet Patootie (Cdn Roots) MB. Free.

August 3 11:00am: Musical Brunch at Rundles: Argentina: Saluting Astor Piazzolla. Joseph Macerollo, accordion. RR. 519-271-6442 for reservations. $49.50; 11:15am: Robert Harris Illustrated Musical Lecture. See listings section D, “The ETCeteras,” under Lectures & Symposia; 12:30 and 3:00: My Sweet Patootie (Cdn Roots) MB. Free.

August 4 11:00am: Musical Brunch at Rundles: Argentina: Saluting Astor Piazzolla. Joseph Macerollo, accordion. RR. 519-271-6442 for reservations. $49.50; 12:30: Kate Ashby-Craft Band (Americana). MB. Free; 3:00: Kate Ashby-Craft Band (Americana). MB. Free; 4:00: Toronto Mass Choir and Band: Gospel Joy and Jamboree. SAC. $25.

August 8 11:15am: Jan Lisiecki with Annex String Quartet. Beethoven: Concerto No.3 in c, Op.37; Chopin: Études Op.10. SAC. $35 ($89 for all 3 Lisiecki recitals); 12:30: Sultans of String (Players without Borders). MB. Free.

August 9 11:15am: Jan Lisiecki. Chopin: Études, Op.10 and Op.25. SAC. $35 ($89 for all 3 Lisiecki recitals); 12:30: Sultans of String (Players without Borders). MB. Free.

August 10 11:00am: Musical Brunch at Rundles: Italy: Saluting Luciano Pavarotti. Joseph Macerollo, accordion. RR. 519-271-6442 for reservations. $49.50; 11:15am: Jan Lisiecki. Chopin: Études Op.10 and Op.25. SAC. $35 ($89 for all 3 Lisiecki recitals); 12:30 and 3:00: Sultans of String (Players without Borders). MB. Free; 9:00: Saturday Night at The Church: 50th Anniversary Jazz Tribute to Oscar Peterson. CR. $35(show only); $80(dinner and show).

August 11 11:00am: Musical Brunch at Rundles: Italy: Saluting Luciano Pavarotti. Joseph Macerollo, accordion. RR. 519-271-6442 for reservations. $49.50; 12:30 and 3:00: Grace Notes Youth Cello Ensemble (US). MB. Free.

August 12 – 16 9:00am: Speed Control’s School of Rawk: Week One: The Rock Starts Here! See listings section D, “The ETCeteras,” under Summer Camps & Music Programs.

August 14 11:15am: Harry Somers Lecture with Music: Musicians and their Health. See listings section D, “The ETCeteras,” under Lectures & Symposia.

August 15 12:30 Joaquin Diaz Band (Dominican Meringue). MB. Free.

August 16 12:30: Joaquin Diaz Band (Dominican Meringue). MB. Free; 7:00: Stratford Rawks: Week one Rawk Finale. MCH. Free.

August 17 11:00am: Musical Brunch at Rundles: France: Saluting Edith Piaf. Joseph Macerollo, accordion. RR. 519-271-6442 for reservations. $49.50; 11:15am: Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra: The Works of J.S. Bach, Program A. Laura Pudwell, mezzo. SAC. $35 ($75 for both Tafelmusik concerts); 12:30 and 3:00: Joaquin Diaz Band (Dominican Meringue). MB. Free; 9:00: Saturday Night at the Church: Sean Cullen: Crazy, Who Me? CR. $35(show only); $80(dinner and show).

August 18 11:00am: Musical Brunch at Rundles: France: Saluting Edith Piaf. Joseph Macerollo, accordion. RR. 519-271-6442 for reservations. $49.50; 12:30: Club Django (Gypsy Swing). MB. Free; 2:00: Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra: The Works of J.S. Bach, Program B. Shannon Mercer, soprano. SAC. $35 ($75 for both Tafelmusik concerts); 3:00: Club Django (Gypsy Swing). MB. Free.

August 19 - 23 9:00am: Speed Control’s School of Rawk: Week Two: Rock Smarter! Rock Harder! See listings section D, “The ETCeteras,” under Summer Camps & Music Programs. 

August 21 7:00: Recycled Orchestra of Cateura, Paraguay. CUC. $25. 

August 22 12:30: Genticorum (trad. Quebec). MB. Free; 7:00: Mzansi Youth Choir of South Africa. SAC. $30 ($79 for all three Mzansi concerts).

August 23 11:15am: Mzansi Youth Choir of South Africa. SAC. $30($79 for all three Mzansi concerts); 12:30: Genticorum (trad. Quebec). MB. Free; 7:00: Stratford Really Rawks Finale. MCH. Free.

August 24 11:00am: Musical Brunch at Rundles: Around the World Finale. Joseph Macerollo, accordion. RR. 519-271-6442 for reservations. $49.50; 12:30: Genticorum (trad. Quebec). MB. Free; 2:00: Mzansi Youth Choir of South Africa. SAC. $30 ($79 for all three Mzansi concerts); 3:00: Genticorum (trad. Quebec). MB. Free.

August 25 11:00am: Musical Brunch at Rundles: Around the World Finale. Joseph Macerollo, accordion. RR. 519-271-6442 for reservations. $49.50; 12:30: Pipes and Drums. MB. Free.

SweetWater Music Festival

September 20 to September 22

Owen Sound and Leith, ON

519-470-2011

www.sweetwatermusicfestival.ca

SweetWater Music Festival listings will appear in our September issue’s daily listings, Section B, Concerts Beyond the GTA.

Tafelmusik Baroque Summer Festival

June 4 to June 16

Toronto, ON

416-964-6337

www.tafelmusik.org

FREE admission.

• June 4 8:00: Delightfully Baroque. Works by Handel, Vivaldi, Blow, Purcell and Veracini. Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra and Chamber Choir; Stephen Varcoe, baritone. Bloor Street United Church, 300 Bloor St. W.

• June 9 12:30: Musical Interlude. Works by Castello, Merula, Bonancini, Telemann and Vivaldi. TBSI Faculty members. Walter Hall, Faculty of Music, University of Toronto, 80 Queen’s Park.

• June 13 1:00: The TBSI Orchestras and Choirs. Works by Purcell, Fasch, J.C. Bach, J.S. Bach, Vivaldi, Lully and Blow. Jeanne Lamon and Ivars Taurins, conductors. Walter Hall, Faculty of Music, University of Toronto, 80 Queen’s Park.

• June 16 7:30: The Grand Finale. Works by Handel, Rameau, Charpentier and Mondonville. TBSI participants and faculty. Grace Church on-the-Hill, 300 Lonsdale Rd. Advance (free) tickets required, available only in person at box office, 427 Bloor St. W., after June 10; max 2/pp.

TD Sunfest

July 4 to July 7

London, ON

519-672-1522

www.sunfest.on.ca

All concerts held at Victoria Park, 509 Clarence Street, London.

FREE admission.

Celebration of world cultures featuring more than 275 unique food, craft and visual art exhibitors and over 35 world music and jazz artists, on five stages, including Fanfare Ciocarlia (Romanian Gypsy brass band) and Jorge Miguel (flamenco guitarist).

See TD Sunfest website for complete details.

New this year: SUNsational Soul & Afrofunk Experience 2013.

• July 7 12:00 – 6:00: Le village québécois.A mini-celebration within TD Sunfest featuring Francophone ensembles from Quebec including Genticorum, Hurlevent and Kleztory. Centre Stage.

TD Toronto Jazz Festival

June 20 to June 29

Toronto, ON

416-928-2033

www.torontojazz.com

Telephone number for most ticketed events: 1-855-985-5000 (Ticketmaster).

Willie Nelson tickets: 416-872-4255.

Nikki Yanofsky tickets: 416-408-0208.

Fred Hersch and Gregory Porter tickets: 416-973-4000.

Concerts in the Festival’s Club Series appear in the listings Section C, In the Clubs (Mostly Jazz).

ET – Enwave Theatre, Harbourfront Centre, 231 Queens Quay West

GH – Great Hall, 1087 Queen Street West

HSB – Home Smith Bar, Old Mill Inn, 21 Old Mill Road

HT – Horseshoe Tavern, 370 Queen Street West

JB – Jazz Bistro, 251 Victoria Street

KH – Koerner Hall, 273 Bloor Street West

MH – Massey Hall, 178 Victoria Street

OMD – Old Mill Dining Room, Old Mill Inn, 21 Old Mill Road

PSP – Pure Spirits Patio, Distillery District, 55 Mill Street

SDM – Shops at Don Mills, 1090 Don Mills Road

TS – Trinity Stage, Distillery District, 55 Mill Street

TSS – Toronto Star Stage, Nathan Phillips Square, 100 Queen Street West

WP – WiFi Patio, Nathan Phillips Square, 100 Queen Street West

June 20 8:00: Willie Nelson & Family. MH. $59.50-$125.

June 21 6:00: Sondheim Project. PSP. Free; 8:00: Martha Reeves & The Vandellas / Smokey Robinson. TSS. Free; An Evening with Molly Johnson. JB. Free; Michael Dunston / Dave Young. SDM. Free; 10:30: An Evening with Molly Johnson. JB. Free.

June 22 12:00: Ori Dagan Trio. PSP. Free; 12:30: Lighthouse. TSS. Free; 2:00: Dixie Demons. SDM. Free; Shirantha Beddage Quartet. TS. Free; 3:00: Samba Squad. WP. Free; Richard Whiteman Trio. PSP. Free; 5:00: Beyond the Pale. SDM. Free; 6:00: Alexander Brown Trio. PSP. Free; 7:00: Swamperella. TS. Free; 7:30: Eliane Elias (Bill McBirnie / Bernie Senensky Duo opens). OMD. $55.40; 8:00: Banda Illuminada. SDM. Free; Mavis Staples / Dr. John. TSS. $56.50; An Evening with Molly Johnson. JB. $35.60; 10:30: An Evening with Molly Johnson. JB. $35.60.

June 23 12:00: Mike Herriot / Sean Harkness Duo. PSP. Free; JAZZ.FM91 Youth Big Band. TS. Free;12:30: Martin Loomer & Orange Devils. TSS. Free; 3:00: Jivebombers. SDM. Free; Dennis Keldie Trio. PSP. Free; Terra Hazelton Trio. TS. Free; Rhythm & Truth. WP. Free; 8:00: John McLaughlin & Fourth Dimension (Courtney Pine opens). TSS. $41.50; Ranee Lee. JB. $40.10; 10:00: James Cotton. HT. $37.85.

June 24 12:30: John MacLeod & The Rex Hotel Orchestra. TSS. Free; 3:00: Heavyweights Brass Band. WP. Free; 7:00: Norman Marshall Villeneuve Jazz Message Quintet. SDM. Free; Fred Hersh. ET. $29.38; 7:30: Canadian Jazz Quartet with Harry Allen. HSB. $40; 8:00: Bill Charlap. JB. $35.60; 10:00: Dr. Lonnie Smith. HT. $33.90.

June 25 12:00: Jim Galloway & His Wee Big Band. TTS. Free; 3:00: Boxcar Boys. WP. Free; 6:00: Amy McConnell / William Sperandei Quartet. PSP. Free; 7:00: Lilly Frost Swings. SDM. Free; 7:30: Canadian Jazz Quartet with Ken Peplowski. HSB. $40; 8:00: Bob James, David Sanborn with Steve Gadd (Robi Botos Trio opens). TSS. $52.50; Nikki Yanofsky. KH. $48-$70.50; Geoffrey Keezer. JB. $29.95; 10:00: Robert Glasper Experiment. HT. $37.85.

June 26 12:30: Toronto Jazz Orchestra. TTS. Free; 3:00: Band Bajha Brass. WP. Free; 6:00: Shannon Butcher Quartet. TS. Free; 7:00: Maylee Todd. SDM. Free; 7:30: Canadian Jazz Quartet with Houston Person. HSB. $40; 8:00: Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue (Planet Earth opens). TSS. $41.50; Carmen Souza. JB. $35.60; 10:00: Jason Moran’s Fats Waller Dance Party with Meshell Ndegeocello. HT. $33.90; Carmen Souza. JB. $35.60.

June 27 12:30: Hilaro Durán & His Latin Jazz Big Band. TTS. Free; 3:00: Heavyweights Brass Band. WP. Free; 6:00: Andre Roy Trio. PSP. Free; 7:00: TBA. SDM. Free; Gregory Porter. ET. $39.55; 7:30: Canadian Jazz Quartet with Randy Sandke. HSB. $40; 8:00: Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings (James Hunter Six opens). TSS. $56.50; Marianne Trudel-Trifoali. JB. $29.95; 9:00: The Herbaliser (DJ John Kong opens). GH. $29.95.

June 28 12:30: Scottish National Jazz Orchestra. TTS. Free; 3:00: Woodshed Orchestra. WP. Free; 6:00: Jorge Miguel. TS. Free; DRUMHAND. PSP. Free; 7:30: Canadian Jazz Quartet with Allan Vaché. HSB. $40; 8:00: Grooveyard. SDM. Free;Boz Scaggs (Paul James opens). TSS. $69.50; Roberta Gambarini. JB. $40.10; 10:30: Roberta Gambarini. JB. $40.10.

June 29 12:00: Chihiro Yamazaki + Route 14 Band. PSP. Free; 2:00: TBA. SDM. Free; 2:00: Aline Morales Quartet. TS. Free; 3:00: Mike Francis Trio. PSP. Free; 3:30: Escola de Samba. WP. Free; 5:00: Erin Costelo. SDM. Free; 6:00: Jessica Stuart Few. PSP. Free; 7:00: Selena Evangeline. TS. Free; 7:30: Gord Sheard’s Brazilian Jazz Experience. OMD. $25.45; 8:00: Robert Linares Brown Orchestra. SDM. Free; Steve Martin & The Steep Canyon Rangers with Edie Brickell (Slocan Ramblers opens). TSS. $69.50; Alan Jones Canadian All Star Sextet. JB. $35.60.

June 30 12:00: Terry Blankley & Bruce Gorrie. PSP. Free; Woodshed Orchestra. TS. Free; 3:00: Danny Marks – Solo & Loving It! PSP. Free; Toronto Rhythm Initiative. SDM. Free; Brian Blain & The Blainettes. TS. Free.

July 1 12:00: Suzie Vinnick Duo. TS. Free; 3:00: Escola de Samba. TS. Free.

Toronto Summer Music Festival

July 16 to August 3

Toronto, ON

647-430-5699

www.torontosummermusic.com

Tickets: 416-408-0208.

5:00pm “Shuffle Concerts,” sampler performances by festival artists and guests, occur frequently during the festival and admission is pay-what-you-can (Pwyc).

KH – Koerner Hall, TELUS Centre for Performance and Learning, 273 Bloor Street West

EJB – Edward Johnson Building, University of Toronto, 80 Queen’s Park Crescent

WH – Walter Hall, Edward Johnson Building, University of Toronto, 80 Queen’s Park Crescent

HH – Heliconian Hall, 35 Hazelton Avenue

• July 16 7:30: Opening Night. Fauré: Piano Trio in d Op.120; Rachmaninoff: Trio Élégiaque in d Op.9; Ravel: Trio fo piano, violin and cello. Régis Pasquier, violin; Roland Pidoux, cello; Jean-Claude Pennetier, piano. KH. $35-$69; $25-$69(sr); $20-$69(under 35).

• July 17 1:30: Festival Insiders Event. EJB. $20; $15(sr); $10(under 35); 5:00: Shuffle Concert. Sampler performances by festival artists and guests. HH. Pwyc; 7:30: Brentano String Quartet. Debussy: String Quartet in g Op.10; Beethoven: String Quartet Op.18 No.3; Dvořák: Piano Quintet No.2 in A Op.81 B155. Serena Canin and Mark Steinberg, violin; Misha Amory, viola; Nina Lee, cello; guest: Pedja Muzijevic, piano. WH. $45; $38(sr); $20(under 35).

• July 18 1:30: Festival Insiders Event. EJB. $20; $15(sr); $10(under 35); 5:00: Shuffle Concert. Sampler performances by festival artists and guests. HH. Pwyc; 7:30: Gryphon Trio. Debussy: Piano Trio; Mussorgsky: Songs and Dance of Death (arr. Kulesha); Fauré: Piano Quartet No.2 in g Op.45. Annalee Patipatanikoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; Jamie Parker, piano; guests: Paul Coletti, viola; Robert Pomakov, bass. KH. $35-$69; $25-$69(sr); $20-$69(under 35).

• July 19 12:00: Free Lunchtime Concert. HH; 1:30: Festival Insiders Event. EJB. $20; $15(sr); $10(under 35); 5:00: Shuffle Concert. Sampler performances by festival artists and guests. HH. Pwyc; 7:30: Riots and Rituals. Poulenc: Le Bal masqué; Martinů: La Revue de cuisine; Françaix: L’Heure du berger; Stravinsky: The Rite of Spring. Sanford Sylvan, baritone; Michael McMahon, piano; Anagnoson and Kinton, piano duo; Mark Fewer and Axel Strauss, violins; and others. WH. $45; $38(sr); $20(under 35).

• July 20 4:00 and 7:30: Mentors and Fellows. Master guest artists share the stage with TSM Academy Fellows. Mark Fewer and Axel Strauss, violin; Paul Coletti, viola; Christopher Constanza, viola; Pedja Muzijevic, piano.  WH. $35; $28(sr); $15(under 35).

• July 23 1:30: Festival Insiders Event. EJB. $20; $15(sr); $10(under 35); 7:30: Philippe Sly, baritone, and Julius Drake, piano. Works by Ravel, Duparc, Wolf and Schubert. WH. $45; $38(sr); $20(under 35).

• July 24 1:30: Festival Insiders Event. EJB. $20; $15(sr); $10(under 35); 5:00: Shuffle Concert. Sampler performances by festival artists and guests. HH. Pwyc; 7:30: André Laplante and Guests. Haydn: Variations in f; Saint-Saëns: Sonata for clarinet and piano Op.167; Françaix; Woodwind Quintet No.1; Mozart: Quintet for piano and winds K452. André Laplante, piano; Leslie Newman, flute; Sarah Jeffrey, oboe; Yao Guang Zhai, clarinet; Nadina Mackie Jackson, bassoon; Gabriel Radford, horn. WH. $45; $38(sr); $20(under 35).

• July 25 12:00: Free Lunchtime Concert. HH; 1:30: Festival Insiders Event. EJB. $20; $15(sr); $10(under 35); 5:00: Shuffle Concert. Sampler performances by festival artists and guests. HH. Pwyc; 7:30: Los Angeles Guitar Quartet. Bizet: Carmen Suite; Debussy: La soirée dans Grenade L100 No.2; Stravinsky: Pulcinella Suite; Liszt: Hungarian Rhapsody No.2; jazz, Cuban and Brazilian music. John Dearman, Matthew Greif, William Kanengiser and Scott Tennant, guitars. KH. $35-$69; $25-$69(sr); $20-$69(under 35).

• July 26 12:00: Free Lunchtime Concert. HH; 1:30: Festival Insiders Event. EJB. $20; $15(sr); $10(under 35); 5:00: Shuffle Concert. Sampler performances by festival artists and guests. HH. Pwyc; 7:30: Pacifica Quartet. Haydn: String Quartet No.63 in B-flat Op.76 No.4; Ravel: String Quartet in F; Mozart: Quintet for clarinet and strings K581. Simin Ganatra and Sibbi Bernhardsson, violin; Masumi Per Rostad, viola; Brandon Vamos; guest: Alexander Fiterstein, clarinet. WH. $45; $38(sr); $20(under 35).

• July 27 4:00 and 7:30: Mentors and Fellows. Master guest artists share the stage with TSM Academy Fellows. André Laplante, piano; Pacifica Quartet. WH. $35; $28(sr); $15(under 35).

• July 30 1:30: Festival Insiders Event. EJB. $20; $15(sr); $10(under 35); 7:30: Cédric Tiberghien, piano. Schubert: Six Moments musicaux D780; Debussy: Masques L105; D’un cahier d’esquisses L99; L’isle Joyeuse L106; Schubert: Sonata in c D958. KH. $35-$69; $25-$69(sr); $20-$69(under 35).

• July 31 1:30: Festival Insiders Event. EJB. $20; $15(sr); $10(under 35); 5:00: Shuffle Concert. Sampler performances by festival artists and guests. HH. Pwyc; 7:30: Franck, Ravel and Hahn. Franck: Sonata in A for violin and piano; Ravel: Sonata for violin and cello; Hahn: Quintet in F-sharp. Jonathan Crow and Martin Beaver, violins; Steven Dann, viola; Marc Coppey, cello; Ian Brown, piano. WH. $45; $38(sr); $20(under 35).

• August 1 12:00: Free Lunchtime Concert. HH; 1:30: Festival Insiders Event. EJB. $20; $15(sr); $10(under 35); 5:00: Shuffle Concert. Sampler performances by festival artists and guests. HH. Pwyc; 7:30: The Minimalist Dreamhouse Project. Tribute to minimalism mixing pianos with guitars, percussion, electronics and vocals. Katia and Marielle Labéque, piano duo. KH. $35-$69; $25-$69(sr); $20-$69(under 35).

• August 2 12:00: Free Lunchtime Concert. HH; 1:30: Festival Insiders Event. EJB. $20; $15(sr); $10(under 35); 5:00: Shuffle Concert. Sampler performances by festival artists and guests. HH. Pwyc; 7:30: Debussy and Brahms. Debussy: Sonata for flute, viola and harp L137; Caplet: Conte fantastique for harp and string quartet; Brahms: Piano Quartet No.1 in g Op.25. WH. $45; $38(sr); $20(under 35).

• August 3 4:00 and 7:30: Mentors and Fellows. Master guest artists share the stage with TSM Academy Fellows. Jonathan Crow and Martin Beaver, violin; Steven Dann, viola; Marc Copper, cello. WH. $35; $28(sr); $15(under 35).

Westben – Concerts at The Barn

Stories That Sing

June 8 to August 4

Campbellford, ON

705-653-5508 or 1-877-883-5777

www.westben.ca

All concerts at the The Barn, 6698 County Road 30, 3kms northwest of Campbellford.

• June 8 7:00: Campbellford District High School Jazz Ensembles’ Music Night. Dave Noble and Michelle Noble, conductors. $10; $5(youth). 

• June 9 3:00: The Book of Broadway. Selections from The Jungle Book, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dream Coat and others. Westben Youth and Teen Choruses; Donna Bennett and Brian Finley, conductors. $10; $5(youth).

• June 15 7:30: Town Of Mine. Ken Tizzard, bass; Daniel Greaves (The Watchmen), Jane Archer, Janet Jeffery, Dave Mowat and others. $15; $5(youth).

• June 16 3:00: Peter and The Wolf. Prokofiev. Teresa Castonguay, narrator; Peterborough Symphony Orchestra; Michael Newnham, conductor; Westben Wind Ensemble; Nancy Elmhirst, conductor. $35; $33(sr); $15(st); $5 (youth).

• June 29 2:00: Piano Concertos: The Regal. Mozart: Regina Coeli K108 for Soprano, Chorus and Orchestra; Beethoven: Choral Fantasy in c Op.80; “Emperor” Piano Concerto No.5 in E-flat, Op.73. Donna Bennett, soprano; Brian Finley and Robert Silverman, piano; Westben Festival Orchestra and Chorus; Daniel Warren, conductor. $60; $58(sr); $56(wing); $15(st); $5(youth).

• June 30 2:00: Piano Concertos: The Romantic. Chopin:  Andante spianato et grand polonaise brilliante in E-flat Op.22; Schumann: Concerto for Piano and Orchestra in a Op.54; Rachmaninoff: Piano Concerto No.2 in c Op.18. Leonard Gilbert, piano; Lisa Tahara, piano; Westben Festival Orchestra; Daniel Warren, conductor. $60; $58(sr); $56(wing); $15(st); $5(youth).

• July 4 7:00: Carmen. Bizet. UBC Opera Ensemble; members of the Westben Youth and Teen Choruses; Westben Festival Orchestra; Nancy Hermiston, director; Leslie Dala, conductor. Preview performance. $TBA.

• July 5 2:00: Carmen. Bizet. UBC Opera Ensemble; members of the Westben Youth and Teen Choruses; Westben Festival Orchestra; Nancy Hermiston, director; Leslie Dala, conductor. $55; $53(sr); $15(st); $5(youth). 6:00: Pre-performance chat. $15 Tapas platter available (must be pre-ordered 24 hours in advance). Also July 6, 7.

• July 6 2:00: Carmen. See July 5.

• July 7 2:00: Carmen. See July 5.

• July 12 7:00: Irish Pub Night. The Dardanelles (Tom Power, Aaron Collis, Emilia Bartellas, Matthew Byrne and Rich Klaas). $38; $36(sr); $15(st); $5(youth). 5:00: Barbecue dinner $15 (must be pre-ordered 48 hours in advance).

• July 13 2:00: Burns To Brigadoon. Lerner and Loewe: Brigadoon (Heather on the Hill, Bonnie Jean); works by Robbie Burns and others. Donna Bennett, soprano; Colin Ainsworth, tenor; Brian Finley, piano. Scotch tasting, $5 (at intermission). $38; $36(sr); $15(st); $5(youth).

• July 14 2:00: England To A Tea: This Sceptred Isle. Beethoven: Variations on God Save the King; works by Flanders and Swann, and Coward. David Kemp, actor/singer; Brian Jackson, piano. $38; $36(sr); $33; $15(st); $5(youth). $15 High Tea available (must be pre-ordered 24 hours in advance)

• July 16 7:00: Words and Notes. Rachmaninoff: Preludes; Finley: Preludes to Canada. Judy Fong Bates and Martha Schabas, authors; Brian Finley, piano. $38; $36(sr); $15(st); $5(youth).

• July 19 7:00: The Pick Of Pec! Benny Goodman Tribute. Bob DeAngelis, clarinet; Brian Barlow, drums; Bernie Senensky, piano; Neil Swainson, bass. $38; $36(sr); $15(st); $5(youth).

• July 20 2:00: André Laplante, piano. Schubert: Wanderer Fantasy Op.15. $38; $36(sr); $15(st); $5(youth).

• July 21 2:00: Sunday Afternoon at the Opera: Verdi and Wagner at 200. Richard Margison, tenor; John Fanning, baritone; Brian Finley, piano. $55; $53(sr); $15(st); $5(youth). 1:00: pre-performance chat with Iain Scott.

• July 23 7:00: Viola of the Night. Bach: Chaconne; Schubert: Arpeggione Sonata D821. Janice LaMarre, viola; Michael Berkovsky, piano. $38; $36(sr); $15(st); $5(youth).

• July 25 2:00: Broadway Rainbows. Just Around the River Bend, Far From the Home I Love, Surrey with the Fringe on Top, Somewhere Over the Rainbow and other selections. Virginia Hatfield, soprano; Brett Polegato, baritone; James Levesque, baritone; Brian Finley, piano. $38; $36(sr); $15(st); $5(youth). Also July 26-28.

• July 26 2:00: Broadway Rainbows. See July 25.

• July 27 2:00: Broadway Rainbows. See July 25.

• July 28 2:00: Broadway Rainbows. See July 25.

• July 30 7:00: The Awakened Rose. Works by Strauss and Hatzis; French mélodies. Suzie LeBlanc, soprano; Julius Drake, piano. $38; $36(sr); $15(st); $5(youth).

• August 2 7:00: Room Of Wonders. Works by Bach; and music from Mali, Bulgaria, Brazil and other works. Jayme Stone, banjo; Rob Mosher, saxophone; Joe Phillips, bass; Nick Fraser, drums. $38; $36(sr); $15(st); $5(youth).

• August 3 2:00: Diana Panton, jazz vocals, and Friends. Guido Basso, trumpet; Don Thompson, bass, piano and vibes; Reg Schwager, guitar. $38; $36(sr); $15(st); $5(youth).

• August 4 2:00: Finale-Fundraiser: Viva Italia! Robert Michaels, guitar; Robert Michaels Band. $55. $15 Buona Appetito platter available (must be pre-ordered 48 hours in advance).


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