canary sitelinkMichelle Knight
416-966-1045
info@torontoconsort.org
www.torontoconsort.org

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Toronto Consort, TheSince its founding in 1972, The Toronto Consort has become internationally recognized for its excellence in the performance of medieval, Renaissance, and early Baroque music. Led by a collective of Artistic Associates, the group’s members are amongst Canada’s leading early music specialists, including both singers and instrumentalists on early plucked and bowed strings, flutes, keyboards, and percussion.

In November 2020, The Toronto Consort launched Early Music TV – an all-new video-on-demand service dedicated to music from 1100-1700 AD. Early Music TV offers feature-length productions, behind-the-scenes documentaries, and extensive video and audio libraries. Accessible on over 1000 devices, members can stream directly from the website or download the iOS, Android, Apple TV, Roku, or Fire TV apps. Visit EarlyMusic.tv to start streaming today.

canary sitelinkAnne Longmore
416-598-0422
marketing@tmchoir.org
www.tmchoir.org

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Toronto Mendelssohn ChoirCanada’s world-renowned large vocal ensemble launches an exciting 2021/22 season under the artistic leadership of our new artistic director Jean-Sébastien Vallée. We plan to return (with safety protocols in place) to rehearsing and performing together and are excited to welcome back our patrons - either in person at our Yorkminster Park concerts or online enjoying the live-streamed concerts. In this season of reconnecting, the TMC will present concerts that bring together different artists and composers in compelling ways.

On November 2, the TMC launches its season with “Coming to Carry Me Home” - bringing together Brahms’ Requiem and Nathaniel Dett’s Chariot Jubilee. December 1 sees the return of TMC’s popular “Festival of Carols” concert.  April 15 - Sacred Music for a Sacred Space with the Nathaniel Dett Chorale. May 28 - Endangered - featuring a commission by Barbara Assiginaak and the Canadian premiere of Sarah Kirkland Snider’s Mass for the Endangered.

Visit the TMC website for updates on 2021/22 programs and how to purchase in-person and online tickets.

canary sitelinkLawrence Peddie
647-478-7532
info@mozartproject.ca
www.mozartproject.ca

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Operated by the Mozart Project, the Toronto Mozart Players are composed of professional solo, chamber and orchestral musicians dedicated to performance of the highest calibre. Specializing in the music of Mozart and his contemporaries, the Toronto Mozart Players perform a varied repertoire from the early eighteenth century to the twenty-first century under the direction of David Bowser. With commitment to Canadian repertoire and commissioned works by Canadian composers, the Toronto Mozart Players present world premieres along with classical repertoire.

Toronto Mozart Players perform both at Church of the Redeemer, in the Bloor Street Cultural Corridor, and virtually. Concert programs offer variety and include chamber, orchestral, vocal and choral works - featuring the Toronto Mozart Choir.

For more information, including concert dates and information on the Toronto Mozart Choir, please visit our website.

canary sitelinkGuillermo Silva-Marin
416-366-7723
admin@torontooperetta.com
www.torontooperetta.com

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Toronto Operetta Theatre 2021Toronto Operetta Theatre is in its third decade as Canada’s only performing arts company dedicated to music theatre in all its variety.

After more than a year and a half of pandemic hiatus, TOT will be back on stage! The 2021/22 season opens with a Canadian premiere, A Waltz Dream by Oscar Straus, performing at the Jane Mallett Theatre on December 29 and 31, 2021, then January 2 and 4, 2022, followed by Jacque Offenbach’s Orpheus In The Underworld. This operetta is a lampoon of the ancient legend of Orpheus and Eurydice and performances are on February 16, 18, 19 and 20, 2022.

Postponed from May 2020, the season finale is the long-awaited world premiere of Canadian work A Northern Lights Dream by Michael Rose, performing on April 27, 29, 30 and May 1, 2022, featuring Natalya Gennadi, Dale Miller, and Karen Bojti with Suzy Smith as a conductor.

All main performances are held at the St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts with safety protocols in place. Proof of full vaccination will be required to enter the venue.

canary sitelinkAdam Matheson
416-598-3375
contactus@tso.ca
www.tso.ca

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One of Canada’s most respected arts organizations, the Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO) plays a vital role in the city’s dynamic cultural life. Committed to serving local and national communities through vibrant performances and expansive educational activities, the TSO offers a wide range of programming that resonates with people of all ages and backgrounds. It has a notable recording and broadcast history and has been celebrated internationally during its many tours. Toronto’s iconic Roy Thomson Hall is the TSO’s home, drawing patrons from around the world.

Gustavo Gimeno - who began his role as the TSO’s music director in 2020/21 - has programmed the 2021/22 season to reflect his own expansive artistic vision, intellectual curiosity, and sense of adventure, and will conduct eleven concerts. The TSO continues to offer a range of performance options, from a much anticipated return to in-person concerts at Roy Thomson Hall and the George Weston Recital Hall to a continuation of virtual concerts streamed throughout the season. For all the latest news, please follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

canary sitelinkWinona Zelenka
416-409-6824
admin@trioarkel.com
www.trioarkel.com

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Trio Arkel 2021Trio Arkel is a chamber music ensemble presenting classical music in the heart of Toronto. Leading musicians Marie Bérard, Rémi Pelletier and Winona Zelenka collaborate with renowned guest artists in three eclectic programs each season, performing both favourites and lesser-known works in concerts that fascinate and delight.

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416-346-8283
info@ukrainianartsong.ca
www.ukrainianartsong.ca

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The Ukrainian Art Song Project (UASP) is a ground-breaking initiative which aims to raise awareness of the politically repressed art songs by Ukraine’s most eminent composers; to promote live performance; and to educate artists, teachers, students and the public through free, online access to scores/texts, the Ukrainian Art Song Summer Institute, published anthologies and outreach to conservatories, artists and teaching professionals.
UASP has recorded 411 of approximately 1100 art songs by Ukraine's major composers such as Barvinsky, Lysenko, Stetsenko, Stepovy and Turkewych. The recordings feature internationally renowned vocal stars such as Pavlo Hunka, Russell Braun and Krisztina Szabò with principal accompanist, Albert Krywolt. The recordings are available on all major online platforms.

Musical scores and a pronunciation guide for over 300 art songs can be found in the Millennium Online World Library on UASP’s website at www.ukrainianartsong.ca. These free scores are in Cyrillic text with English transliteration, are transposable and have no copyright.

Plans for 2022 include live performance and the annual Ukrainian Art Song Summer Institute, August 24 to 28. Please visit our website or Facebook for more info.

 

canary sitelinkEllie M. Hisama, dean and professor of music
416-978-3750
notes.music@utoronto.ca
www.music.utoronto.ca

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UofT Faculty of Music 2021The University of Toronto Faculty of Music is a vital destination for the professional and scholarly study of music in North America. As part of one of the world’s top universities, the Faculty is home to a diverse and dynamic community of performers, researchers, composers and educators. With extensive academic offerings in fields such as classical and jazz performance, music education, composition, and history, theory and ethnomusicology, we also explore popular music studies, music technology and digital media, and music and health.

Our numerous ensembles and visiting artists provide all our students with practical opportunities to perform and to engage with a wide range of musical repertoire and research. We are thrilled to invite Toronto’s vibrant music community to enjoy many of these opportunities as part of our annual season of events including our free lunchtime series Thursdays at Noon featuring U of T Music faculty, alumni and special guests, master classes and presentations by distinguished visiting artists and researchers, major opera productions and student ensemble performances.

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416-256-3809
lef@uppercanadachoristers.org
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Upper Canada ChoristersThe Upper Canada Choristers is an SATB community choir in Toronto with a history of collaboration with choirs and professional guest artists. UCC is committed to excellence and diversity. Cantemos is UCC’s auditioned Latin-American ensemble. Founding artistic director Laurie Evan Fraser, and accompanist Hye Won Cecilia Lee, provide the professional musical leadership for this vibrant organization.

Despite the challenges we face in these uncertain times, the choir continues to meet and rehearse regularly in person and on Zoom, following protocols as advised by Public Health.

Our 2021/22 concert season opens with To Sit and Dream - Voices of Women, devoted to choral works written by women through the ages, including Ontario’s Sarah Quartel. The concert will be live-streamed from Grace Church on-the-Hill on October 1. On December 3, the choir will perform From Darkness Into Light featuring Chanukah, Kwanzaa, Christmas, and non-seasonal music with themes of light. Our spring concert on May 13, “The French Connection”, features the Faure Requiem with baritone soloist Bradley Christensen.

 

canary sitelinkNykola Parzei
416-246-9880
nykola@vesnivka.com
www.vesnivka.com

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Vesnivka ChoirVesnivka Choir is an award-winning women’s ensemble established in 1965 by founding artistic director Halyna Kvitka Kondracki. The choir has delighted audiences with its rich repertoire of Ukrainian classical, sacred and traditional folk music. Vesnivka Choir, together with its partner, the Toronto Ukrainian Male Chamber Choir, are often joined in concert by area musicians and professional soloists. Despite the challenges of these uncertain times, the choirs have continued to meet and rehearse on Zoom and in person following protocols as advised by Public Health. We are cautiously optimistic that we will be able to present a three-concert series in the new year, starting with a Ukrainian Christmas concert on January 9, 2022, followed by “Kobzar: Celebrating Taras Shevchenko” on March 6, 2022, and “A Tribute to Lesia Ukrainka” on May 1, 2022. We are working towards presenting live performances safely and following all Public Health guidelines and hope you will be able to join us when we return to in-person concerts. Our plans remain fluid pending Public Health developments. We encourage you to visit our website for updates.

canary sitelinkJenny Crober
416-931-8224
crober.best@gmail.com
www.vocachorus.ca

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VOCA Chorus of TorontoThe VOCA Chorus of Toronto, a dynamic, auditioned ensemble under the leadership of artistic director Jenny Crober, performs a broad range of repertoire in collaboration with a variety of superb guest artists. VOCA's season consists of concerts, cabaret fundraisers, community performances and workshops. Our talented, versatile accompanist is Elizabeth Acker. Several remarkable artists have joined VOCA as clinicians, including composer Ola Gjeilo, conductor Ivars Taurins and jazz musician Dylan Bell.

VOCA's 2021/22 season opened with our long-awaited return to in-person rehearsals (and a live-streaming feature), joined by all of our professional staff, including our six vocal leads. Our leads and special guests will be featured at our "Love Stories" Cabaret/ Fundraiser on Friday, November 5 at 7:30pm. VOCA is thrilled to have been invited to perform in Roy Thomson Hall’s “Choir and Organ Series”, where we will present a premiere by renowned Cree composer Andrew Balfour. In April 2022, we very much hope to perform both "Star Songs" concerts: our RTH debut, and our Spring concert (at Eastminster United), featuring guests Shawn Grenke, organ; Colleen Allen, sax; and Jamie Drake, percussion. Rehearsals are held on Mondays at Eastminster.

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416-922-2147
admin@operainconcert.com

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VOICEBOX: Opera in ConcertVOICEBOX: Opera in Concert is Canada’s only company dedicated exclusively to the presentation of rare opera programming. Our performances rely on the power and beauty of the human voice, the dramatic inflection of text and poetry.

Season 2022 features three operas each focused on extraordinary women. It opens with Vanessa by Samuel Barber on January 23, 2022. It is an American opera about three generations of women, who confront society's intrusions into their secluded world. Vanessa is a high voltage drama of exquisite character detailing. Florence: The Lady With the Lamp by Canadian composer Timothy Sullivan and librettist Anne McPherson is next. Based on the life of Florence Nightingale, a British nurse who was a transformative social reformer and statistician best known as the founder of modern nursing. The performance is on March 27, 2022. The Mother of Us All by Virgil Thomson is the season finale on May 22, 2022. This dramatic opera imaginatively chronicles the story of Susan B. Anthony and the women's suffrage movement. All three performances will be with OIC Chorus led by chorus director Robert Cooper.

Performances are held at the St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts. Proof of full vaccination will be required.

canary sitelinkDonna Bennett
705-653-5508
westben@westben.ca
www.westben.ca

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Westben Centre for Connection and Creativity Through MusicWestben, located in Northumberland County, two hours east of Toronto near the beautiful rural town of Campbellford in Trent Hills, just announced its 23rd season of live concerts opening July 1st, 2022. The month-long festival will feature over 70 artists and 25 concerts of classical, broadway, jazz, folk, pop, fiddle, rock, opera, and comedy.

New this year is spoken word by Peterborough’s poet laureate Sarah Lewis from Curve Lake First Nations. From his home on the Yendinaga Mohawk Territory, David Maracle brings to life the ancestral teachings of the Haudenosaunee People through magnificent stone carving and music around the Westben Campfire. Musicians Natalie MacMaster, Joel Plaskett, William Prince and Eve Parker Finley will perform on Willow Hill, and Ofra Harnoy, Barbra Lica, Carol Welsman, Karina Gauvin, Queer Songbook orchestra, OKAN, Brian Finley, Mary Walsh, and Canadian Brass will be featured in The Barn.

The Broadway revue "ABBA Mia" will have you dancing in your seats in The Barn and on Willow Hill. The campfire series features Sarah Lewis and David Maracle, hosted by Alderville First Nations Chief Dave Mowat and Suzie Undgerleider and Julian Taylor hosted by Ken Tizzard. Experience music in a natural setting.

canary sitelinkRoy Greaves
647-292-4204
wychwoodclarinetchoir@yahoo.ca
www.wychwoodclarinetchoir.com

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Wychwood Clarinet ChoirWychwood Clarinet Choir is excited to be rehearsing live and preparing for a May 2022 concert. After two years of Jamkazam, syncing tracks on GarageBand, and creating mosaic videos, it has been amazing to be in sync with the baton of our Maestra, Michele Jacot. Michele Jacot, Roy Greaves, and the WCC composers' collective worked over the past two years to keep our special clarinet choir alive. The Wychwood Clarinet Choir founded and directed by conductor and clarinetist Michele Jacot, is now in its 13th season. Choir members are clarinetists who share a love of playing music in a collegial environment. The choir’s instrumentation extends from the contrabass clarinet to the E flat sopranino. We perform new compositions and arrangements, many written or transcribed by our Composers’ Collective. Choir members are admitted by audition and pay an annual membership fee. We strive to create opportunities for serious amateur musicians to develop their musical skills and we are committed to sharing our music in educational settings and in the wider community. The group rehearses on Wednesday evenings and performs on a regular basis in Toronto’s St. Clair and Wychwood area. We look forward to seeing people at our concert on May 29 at St. Michael and All Angels in Toronto. Until then, check out our YouTube videos and look for updates on our website.

canary sitelinkWilliam Maddox, organist and director of music
416-922-1167
info@yorkminsterpark.com
www.yorkminsterpark.com

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Yorkminster Park Baptist ChurchYorkminster Park is synonymous with magnificent music. Whether it’s the choir accompanied by the majestic Casavant organ or the congregation lifting their voices in hymns of praise, vocal and instrumental expressions of faith are integral in the Yorkminster Park experience.

The senior choir, under organist and music director William Maddox, enjoys a reputation as one of the best congregational choirs in the city of Toronto. Yorkminster Park presents a series of free organ recitals at 12:30pm, every Wednesday from September through June, with performers from around the world.

We have a wide variety of unique musical events throughout the year but Yorkminster Park is renowned for its special seasonal concerts. The quality and dedication of the music ministry at YPBC is never more evident than during Advent and Holy Week and these services have become community traditions: “City Carol Sing”, “Carols by Candlelight”, the “Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols”, Passiontide Devotion during Holy Week and traditional Evensong services three times a year.

Our sanctuary is frequently made available to other choral and concert groups, which draw appreciative audiences from all over Southern Ontario.

canary sitelinkAnnick-Patricia Carrière
514-529-9469
prod@stationbleue.com
www.stationbleue.com/en

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Agence Station bleue is one of the most important artists agencies in Canada in classical, jazz and global music. We are active in all the Canadian provinces, and in the United States, Europe and Asia.

Known for the quality of its artists and its innovative promotional ideas, Station bleue has won numerous distinctions and awards from performing arts presenters networks in Canada. Station bleue team has booked concert tours in many countries such as the United States, Mexico, France, Switzerland, Poland, Italy, Germany, United Kingdom, Belgium, Australia, New Zealand, Bermudas, South Korea, China and Japan.

With its unique expertise and know-how, Station bleue has, over the years, become a model of commitment to the artists' management and promotion of performing arts in Canada.

canary sitelinkEric Alper
647-971-3742
eric@thatericalper.com

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Eric Alper Public RelationsFor the past 25+ years, Eric Alper has been at the forefront of the Canadian entertainment industry – making the ‘Public’ in Public Relations his business. His enthusiasm, encyclopedic knowledge of the past and present have made him the go-to music in Canada. He is also host of one of the top-rated SiriusXM shows “ThatEricAlper”. With over one million followers, friends and connections across his social media platforms, it’s clear to understand why he has been named a “must follow” by Billboard, Paste and National Post among others. He has been a six-time nominee for Publicist of the Year during Canadian Music Week, and a 19-time JUNO Award winner overseeing PR campaigns.

  • Canadian traditional print and online press campaign for the latest single and/or EP/album
  • TV and radio appearances in markets where applicable, including media and industry tours
  • Canadian Tour Publicity for target/region-specific outreach, as well as nationally broadcasted media placements
  • Spotify/All DSPs Playlist promotion
  • Online publicity for editorial, reviews, product features and promotions/giveaways
  • PR campaigns for all formats of radio in Canada, including interviews and promotions/giveaways
  • canary sitelinkGordon Mansell, president, artistic director, concert organist
    416-769-5224
    gdmansell@sympatico.ca
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    Glionna Mansell Corporation is a music marketing agency, Allen Organ dealer and concert producer in the organ and choral performance genre. The company is an active supporter/promoter of emerging artistic talent alongside experienced world-stage performers. The activities and entities operating under the Glionna Mansell banner include: ORGANIX CONCERTS, Allen Organ Company in Ontario and Eastern Provinces, and touring/concert choir MOSAIC Canadian Vocal Ensemble. Gordon Mansell is music director and titular organist at Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic Church - Toronto.

    canary sitelinkAnn Summers Dossena
    416-362-1422
    sumintl@rogers.com
    www.ircpa.net

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    International Resource Centre for Performing ArtistsThe International Resource Centre for Performing Artists (IRCPA) is a service organization for musicians providing resources needed to bridge the gap between training and employment by encounters with nationally and internationally experienced artists keeping skills sharpened while providing savvy information about the industry, how it currently functions. and who's who in the business. Resources are also offered for mid-career artists who may need to change direction. Membership is without cost. Sign-up forms are on our website. Paid public performances are live-streamed and can be used as auditions.

    The IRCPA continues to advocate for a new Centre for Musicians with practice/rehearsal studios, meeting rooms, recording studio, performance venues, office space for arts organizations such as the IRCPA. Affordable residential building for the music community is also needed in perpetuity. A community centre, for all genres of musical artists with shops, cafe/restaurant. We welcome volunteers to help with this initiative for a new centre for musicians to meet, exchange ideas, create and collaborate. A great opportunity for artists to live, work, create and perform together.

    canary sitelinkLinda Litwack
    416-782-7837
    lalitwack@rogers.com
    www.linkedin.com/in/linda-litwack-15371320

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    Linda Litwack PublicityHaving begun her career as a summer reporter on the Winnipeg Tribune, arts publicist Linda Litwack is a long-practised matchmaker between artists and the media. Her services include various forms of writing and editing - from media releases and bios to radio spots, online postings and CD booklets - working with designers, photographers and other professionals, and, of course, liaising with the media.

    In addition to media, music and other contact lists, she maintains a list of friends, usually offering discounts for special events. Since leaving CBC publicity (20 years in radio and three in TV), she has collaborated with numerous creative people on intriguing projects, mostly in classical music but also in theatre, TV documentaries, books and the visual arts. Longtime clients have included Show One Productions, pianist Christina Petrowska Quilico, and the Upper Canada Choristers. Linda chaired the Program Committee of the historic Toronto Jewish Folk Choir for a number of years and ran the choir in its final seasons. She is also a board member of the International Resource Centre for Performing Artists.

    canary sitelinkLuisa Trisi
    416-456-0499
    luisa@luisatrisi.com
    www.luisatrisi.com

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    Luisa Trisi - Big Picture CommunicationsLuisa Trisi’s lifelong love of arts and culture led her to launch Big Picture Communications in 2000. Passionate about community and creativity, she thrives on connecting people and ideas. Luisa provides an array of strategic communications services including writing, content creation, editorial planning, and media relations for a broad range of individual clients and cultural organizations.

    Throughout her 20-plus years of experience, Luisa has established an extensive network of industry contacts. She has worked with many of North America’s leading figures in classical music, dance, and theatre to curate panel discussions, develop content, and produce publicity campaigns related to major arts hubs, cultural initiatives, national festivals, and conferences.

    Prior to launching Big Picture Communications, Luisa held positions with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Dance Umbrella of Ontario, and Theatre Columbus. As director of communications and instructor at Ryerson Theatre School for almost a decade, Luisa designed and taught entrepreneurship courses to students pursuing Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees.

    20th ANNUAL DIRECTORY OF MUSIC MAKERS

    We are pleased to present our 20th annual Blue Pages, a directory of music presenters and arts services published every year in our October magazine, and maintained year-round online, under the “Who’s Who” tab at thewholenote.com. This year’s 152-profile portrait of musical life in the Greater Toronto area and Southern Ontario has two segments: section 1 reflects the wealth and diversity of music presenters and performers in our region – orchestras, choirs, opera companies, chamber ensembles, etcetera; section 2 is for individuals and organisations providing services to artists in the communities we cover, predominantly artist managers and publicists.

    We’d like to thank all who have chosen to participate in this year’s Blue Pages; individuals and organisations whose support and dedication helps sustain not only The WholeNote but the music community in general. If your organisation missed being part of the October Blue Pages, we’ll be publishing a “latecomers” supplement in the November issue. And the online directory accepts new members year round.

    For information on the benefits of a WholeNote membership (of which this Blue Pages profile is a feature), please contact Karen Ages at karen@thewholenote.com or 416-323-2232 x26.

    BLUE PAGES TEAM 2019/20
    PROJECT MANAGER: Karen Ages
    PROJECT EDITOR: Danial Jazaeri
    LAYOUT AND DESIGN: Susan Sinclair
    WEBSITE: Kevin King

    Section I: Presenters and Performers

    Section II: Arts Services


    20th ANNUAL DIRECTORY OF MUSIC MAKERS

    We are pleased to present our 20th annual Blue Pages, a directory of music presenters and arts services published every year in our October magazine, and maintained year-round online, under the “Who’s Who” tab at thewholenote.com. This year’s 152-profile portrait of musical life in the Greater Toronto area and Southern Ontario has two segments: section 1 reflects the wealth and diversity of music presenters and performers in our region – orchestras, choirs, opera companies, chamber ensembles, etcetera; section 2 is for individuals and organisations providing services to artists in the communities we cover, predominantly artist managers and publicists.

    We’d like to thank all who have chosen to participate in this year’s Blue Pages; individuals and organisations whose support and dedication helps sustain not only The WholeNote but the music community in general. If your organisation missed being part of the October Blue Pages, we’ll be publishing a “latecomers” supplement in the November issue. And the online directory accepts new members year round.

    For information on the benefits of a WholeNote membership (of which this Blue Pages profile is a feature), please contact Karen Ages at karen@thewholenote.com or 416-323-2232 x26.

    BLUE PAGES TEAM 2019/20
    PROJECT MANAGER: Karen Ages
    PROJECT EDITOR: Danial Jazaeri
    LAYOUT AND DESIGN: Susan Sinclair
    WEBSITE: Kevin King

    Section I: Presenters and Performers

    Section II: Arts Services


    21st ANNUAL DIRECTORY OF MUSIC MAKERS

    Welcome to The WholeNote’s 21st annual Blue Pages directory of our region’s music makers. It’s been a bumpy ride getting to this point, and we hope you’ll enjoy perusing the profiles that follow, submitted both by presenters who are forging ahead with pandemically appropriate plans for 2020-21, or whose detailed plans are still uncertain.

    Thanks to all those who have once again opted in with a WholeNote membership and profile: for your faith in and support for what we do; and for having faith in yourselves, finding the resilience needed to move forward in these very uncertain times.

    And thanks to you, our readers, in print, and online at kiosk.thewholenote.com (where you can also find our four issues since April 1). If you missed any of those four print issues and would like copies, please contact us.

    Profiles will be kept up-to-date online here, as new ones arrive or more information is available.

     For information on the benefits of a WholeNote membership (of which a Blue Pages profile is a feature), please contact Karen Ages at karen@thewholenote.com or 416-323-2232 x26.

    BLUE PAGES TEAM 2020/21
    PROJECT MANAGER: Karen Ages
    PROJECT EDITOR: Danial Jazaeri
    LAYOUT AND DESIGN: Susan Sinclair
    WEBSITE: Kevin King


    22nd ANNUAL DIRECTORY OF MUSIC MAKERS

    Welcome to The WholeNote’s 22nd annual Blue Pages directory of our region’s music makers. It’s been a bumpy ride getting to this point, and we hope you’ll enjoy perusing the profiles that follow, submitted both by presenters who are forging ahead with pandemically appropriate plans for 2021-22, or whose detailed plans are still uncertain.

    Thanks to all those who have once again opted in with a WholeNote membership and profile: for your faith in and support for what we do; and for having faith in yourselves, finding the resilience needed to move forward in these very uncertain times.

    And thanks to you, our readers, in print, and online at kiosk.thewholenote.com.

    Profiles will be kept up-to-date online here, as new ones arrive or more information is available.

    For information on the benefits of a WholeNote membership (of which a Blue Pages profile is a feature), please contact Karen Ages at karen@thewholenote.com or 416-323-2232 x26.

    Presenters | Arts Services


    22nd ANNUAL DIRECTORY OF MUSIC MAKERS

    Welcome to The WholeNote’s 22nd annual Blue Pages directory of our region’s music makers. It’s been a bumpy ride getting to this point, and we hope you’ll enjoy perusing the profiles that follow, submitted both by presenters who are forging ahead with pandemically appropriate plans for 2021-22, or whose detailed plans are still uncertain.

    Thanks to all those who have once again opted in with a WholeNote membership and profile: for your faith in and support for what we do; and for having faith in yourselves, finding the resilience needed to move forward in these very uncertain times.

    And thanks to you, our readers, in print, and online at kiosk.thewholenote.com.

    Profiles will be kept up-to-date online here, as new ones arrive or more information is available.

    For information on the benefits of a WholeNote membership (of which a Blue Pages profile is a feature), please contact Karen Ages at karen@thewholenote.com or 416-323-2232 x26.

    Presenters | Arts Services


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