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Faculty of Music collection

  • OTUFM 04
  • Collection
  • 1927-2024

Collection consists of promotional materials created and collected by the Faculty of Music, including newsletters, photographs, student publications, and other reference materials that reflect the activities of the faculty, staff, and students.

University of Toronto. Faculty of Music

Promotional material for faculty events

Series consists of promotional materials created by the Faculty of Music to advertise events, facilities, and programs at the Faculty of Music. Materials include brochures, pamphlets, posters, and season event calendars.

Season event calendars

  • OTUFM 04-E-3
  • Subseries
  • 1958-1959, 1963-1968, 1970-1971, 1974-1991, 1992-2004, 2007-2020, 2022-2024
  • Part of Faculty of Music collection

Subseries consists of season events calendars for the University of Toronto Faculty of Music. The events calendar was titled "Notes" starting with the 1988-1989 concert season.

Music graduate students' association publications

Subseries contains miscellaneous newsletters and publications issued by the Faculty of Music Graduate Students' Association (MGSA):

  • A basic repertory of music literature (1978)
  • Newsletter ; Survival guide, 2d ed. ; Using the internet, by Andrew M. Zinck. (1993-1994)
  • Discourses in music : a Canadian graduate student journal, vol. 1, no. 1 (2000)
  • Traditions / progressions / transgressions (May 4-5, 2011) [conference program]
  • Third annual student conference (April 11-12, 2004) [flyer].

[Opera department reception]

File consists of photographs from the reception following the opening night of The Marriage of Figaro to celebrate the Opera Department's 25th anniversary. Photographs include Nicholas Goldschmidt, Arnold Walter, and other unidentified individuals.


Subseries consists of posters from performances at the Faculty of Music and by faculty and students outside of the Faculty of Music.

Undergraduate association publications

Subseries contains newsletters issued by the Faculty of Music Undergraduate Association (FMUA), including:

  1. The muse, vol. 1, nos. 1-9 (1964-1965); 2 issues (1965-1966)
  2. This week at E.J.B. [Edward Johnson Building], vol. 1, no. 6, 8-11; vol. 2, no. 18; vol. 3, no. 3-4, 8-13 (1968-1971)
  3. The calendar from our side (1969-1970)
  4. Das Helpautbuchlein (1970)
  5. Dies-Khord, vol. 1-2 (1976)
  6. Ars Novae Musicae (September 1986 - January 1987)
  7. Compnet : a forum for the new music community at U of T, vol. 1, no. 1 (November 1995)
  8. Key note, no. 1 (October 24, 1998)
  9. FMUA Newsletter (Fall 2000)
  10. Take note, op. 1, no. 2 (2002)

Subseries also includes yearbooks issued by the FMUA:

  1. Da capo (1971, 1972)
  2. EJB [Edward Johnson Building] at a Glance (1984-1985)
  3. Cadenza (1980, 1986, 1987)
  4. [Yearbook] (1987-1988)
  5. Ninety-Eight (1997-1998).

Other promotional ephemera

Series consists of other miscellaneous promotional material, including articles about the Faculty of Music published in University magazines and externally.

Opera school

Series consists of materials from the Opera School or Opera Division at the University of Toronto. Materials include correspondence, press clippings, notes on performances, tour schedules, role assignments, rehearsal schedules, notes on props and furniture, budgets, and internal memorandums.

Student publications

Series consists of various publications created and issued by current and past students of the University of Toronto Faculty of Music.

Canadian Saturday night, vol. 78, no. 3428

Item is an issue of the magazine Canadian Saturday Night, which includes an article on the new Edward Johnson Building: "The finest Music Building" by Patrick Lavelle. The article include photographs of the Concert Hall, rare book collection, and others.

Varsity Graduate, vol. 9, no. 2

Item is an issue of the Varsity Graduate, which includes an article on the new Edward Johnson Building, "Fanfare on Philosophers' Walk" (p. 33-43). The article includes a photograph of Mrs. George Drew (Fiorenza Johnson) setting the corner-stone.

The Bulletin, Royal Conservatory of Music

Item is an issue of the Royal Conservatory of Music's newsletter "The Bulletin," which includes a photograph of Healey Willan with John Coulter, Herman Geiger-Torel, and Ettore Mazzoleni discussing the Opera School production and Canadian premiere of "Deirdre" (April 2-3, 1965).

University of Toronto magazine, vol. 28, no. 4

Item is an issue of the University of Toronto Magazine, which features "50 alumni 40 and under who are taking the world by storm." The magazine includes features on alumni from the Faculty of Music: Measha Brueggergosman, Amber Meredith, Russell Braun, James Rolfe, Adam Goddard, and Patricia O'Callaghan.

Faculty of Music lectures : [events calendar]

Season brochure for lectures at the University of Toronto and Royal Conservatory of Music (1958-1959). Speakers included Janos Starker, Ettore Mazzoleni, Hugh Le Caine, Harvey Olnick, Aksel Schiotz, Mavor Moore, Myron Schaeffer, Boyd Neel, Otto Mayer-Serra, Charles Peaker, Gilles Le Febvre, Peter Pears, Theodore Allen Heinrich, and Northrop Frye.

Opera in Canada, vol. 1, no. 3

Item is an issue of Opera in Canada, published four times a year by the Canadian Opera Guild, Toronto. The issue features an article on the new Edward Johnson Building, "Opera School will get 'perfect' home," by Dr. Boyd Neel, Dean of the Royal Conservatory of Music.

Toronto Operetta Theatre : [newsletter]

Item is an issue of the Toronto Operetta Theatre's newsletter "Looking ahead...". The newsletter includes a photograph of Janet Coates and Henry Ingram in Countess Maritza, which took place in the MacMillan Theatre of the Edward Johnson Building (September 26, 1986 - October 4, 1986).

Arnold Walter Memorial Award

Item is a brochure advertising and fundraising for the Arnold Walter Memorial Award. The award was one of two commemorations to Dr. Arnold Maria Walter following his death on October 6, 1973, the other being a re-dedication of the Concert Hall of the Edward Johnson Building as Walter Hall with a concert on February 21, 1974.

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