Fonds uofa-924 - University Symphony Orchestra fonds

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University Symphony Orchestra fonds

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CA UOFA uofa-924

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0.08 m of textual records and other material

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Successor to the University Philharmonic Society, the University Symphony Orchestra was a student orchestra which presented at least two major concerts a year. First led by G.T. Lindskoog, the orchestra was conducted for most of its history by Arthur Crighton, professor of music at the University.

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Fonds consists of these series: I Annual reports ([1954]-1964). II Correspondence (1953-1965). III Executive (1955-1964). IV Financial ([1954]-1964). V Membership (1955-1964). VI Minutes ([1954]-1964). VII Photographs (1951-1970). Mainly annual concerts; includes the University Singers, conducted by Richard Eaton (18 images). VIII Programs (1951-1964). IX Publicity (1954-1964).

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