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Faculty ensembles

Subseries consists of programs and recordings of performances by large ensembles in the Faculty of Music, including: University of Toronto Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Uri Mayer ; Wind Ensemble, conducted by Jeff Reynolds; Wind Symphony; Contemporary Music Ensemble, conducted by Wallace Halladay; Guitar Orchestra, conducted by Rob MacDonald; Graduate Saxophones, conducted by Wallace Halladay; MacMillan Singers, conducted by Jamie Hillman; Chamber Choir, conducted by Lori-Anne Dolloff; Soprano/Alto Chorus, conducted by Elaine Choi; and Tenor/Bass Chorus, conducted by Thomas Burton.

Thursday at noon series

Subseries consists of programs and recordings of concerts in the Thursday at Noon series. This series features faculty artists as well as guests, and usually feature small ensemble chamber music and vocal or instrumental recitals. Traditionally, these events take place in the Walter Hall at the Faculty of Music on Thursday afternoons.

Henri Nouwen Literary Trust and Henri Nouwen Society administrative files

Subseries consists of files relating to the administrative business of the Henri Nouwen Literary Trust and the Canadian branch of the Henri Nouwen Society including correspondence, reference material and newsletters. Due to the overlapping administrative support of the Henri Nouwen Literary Trust and the Canadian and American branches of the Henri Nouwen Society, records pertaining to the operation of these entities are not uncommon. Unless otherwise noted references to the Henri Nouwen Society can be understood as encompassing both the Canadian and American branches of the organization.

Topics in this series include: the selection and repackaging of Nouwen’s writing and talks for new publications; the establishment of the Nouwen Archives at the University of St. Michael’s College in Toronto, Ontario; Nouwen related articles, book reviews and events; copyright, distribution and usage permissions related to Nouwen’s work; the financial support of Nouwen related projects; legal agreements and paperwork pertaining to the management and settlement of the Nouwen Estate; the translation of Nouwen’s work; requests for materials or financial donations; and Nouwen's funerals. Included is documentation regarding the addition to Dayspring; the production and development of Journey of the Heart: the Life of Henri Nouwen; the development of books by Michael O’Laughlin, Michael J. Christensen and Rebecca Laird; reporting and budgeting information for the Oral History Project; and the permissions associated with Nouwen’s appearance on the Hour of Power at the Crystal Cathedral in 1992.

Thursday at Noon series

Subseries consists of programs and recordings of concerts in the Thursday at Noon series. This series features faculty artists as well as guests, and usually feature small ensemble chamber music and vocal or instrumental recitals. Traditionally, these events take place in the Walter Hall at the Faculty of Music on Thursday afternoons.

Jazz

Subseries consists of concerts by the Faculty of Music's jazz ensembles, directed by Jim Lewis, Jason Logue, and Christine Duncan.

Faculty ensembles

Subseries consists of programs and recordings of performances by ensembles in the Faculty of Music, including the University of Toronto Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Uri Mayer; Wind Ensemble, , conducted by Gillian Mackay; Wind Symphony, conducted by Jeff Reynolds; Contemporary Music Ensemble, conducted by Wallace Halladay; MacMillan Singers, conducted by Jamie Hillman; Chamber Choir, conducted by Lor-Anne Dolloff; Soprano/Alto Chours, conducted by Elaine Choi; Tenor/Bass Chorus, conducted by Thomas Burton; and Guitar Orchestra, conducted by Rob MacDonald.

Speakers

Sub-series consists of 398 audio cassettes and 6 videocassettes featuring individual speakers. In some cases, the events are unknown, and the speaker was the most distinguishable characteristic for that cassette. The sub-series is arranged alphabetically by speaker. Some speakers include Gordon Cosby, Mary Cosby, Jean Vanier, Therese Vanier. There are many more speakers.

Other events

Sub-series consists of 168 audio cassettes and 9 videocassettes from other assorted events, talks, and retreats given by l'Arche International. These cassettes do not explicitly fit into the other series in the l'Arche International collection. They have been arranged according to the type of event whenever possible. Sub-series also includes a binder which functioned as a catalogue of the majority of the cassettes that were housed at l'Arche Daybreak. This binder reflects many of the same series, and is located in box 56.

Thursday at Noon series

Subseries consists of programs and recordings of concerts in the Thursday at Noon series. This series features faculty artists as well as guests, and usually feature small ensemble chamber music and vocal or instrumental recitals. These events take place in the Walter Hall at the Faculty of Music on Thursday afternoons.

Jazz

Subseries consists of programs and recordings of concerts by the Faculty of Music's jazz ensembles.

Faculty ensembles

Subseries consists of programs and recordings of performances by ensembles in the Faculty of Music, including the University of Toronto Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Uri Mayer ; Wind Ensemble, conducted by Gillian MacKay ; Wind Symphony, conducted by Jeff Reynolds ; Contemporary Music Ensemble, conducted by Wallace Halladay ; MacMillan Singers, conducted by David Fallis ; Chamber Choir, conducted by Lori-Anne Dolloff ; Soprano/Alto Chorus, conducted by Elaine Choi ; Tenor/Bass Choir, conducted by Mark Ramsay ; and Guitar Orchestra, conducted by Jeffrey McFadden.

General subject/correspondence files

Sub-series consists of files relating to a variety of subjects/correspondents such as studies/surveys, scholarships/awards, installations (Principal's), grants/funding, lectures, senior administrators, Victoria University committees and reunion dinners as well as subject files on academic courses, enrollment programming and departments.

Correspondence files of Principal Brown

Correspondents include: College faculty; Victoria and University of Toronto administrative staff; students; parents and ministers of students; alumni; staff of other academic institutions in Canada and the U.S.A.; United Church ministers and denominational officials; church members seeking advice or recommendations; magazine and journal editors; personal friends and family of Brown.

Subjects of the correspondence include: faculty hiring, promotion and salaries; student marks, appeals, discipline, financial support, and recommendations for graduate schools, scholarships, and jobs; searches for academic appointments; fundraising; requests for articles; requests for speaking and preaching; work on United Church boards and committees, especially relating to a report on "Christianizing the Social Order" and church publications. Many documents reflect Brown's personal philosophy of higher education.

Communicating Together

This sub-series contains volumes of Communicating Together, a quarterly magazine published between 1982 and 2001. The magazine shared the experiences and communication systems of non speaking people with their families, communities and professionals who worked with them. Each issue had a guest editor and included articles written by individuals who used Blissymbolics. Throughout the years, the magazine was published by a variety of publishers across Southern Ontario, and was briefly hosted online in the early 2000s. Between 1991-2001 the magazine was published by Sharing to Learn, an now defunct organization which was created to publish the magazine.

Opera division

Subseries consists of recordings of performances by students in the University of Toronto Opera Division at the Faculty of Music.

Thursday series

Subseries consists of a program from a concert in the Thursday Afternoon Series. This series features faculty artists as well as guests, and usually feature small ensemble chamber music and vocal or instrumental recitals.

Opera division

Subseries consists of programs from performances by students in the University of Toronto Opera Division at the Faculty of Music.

Thursday series

Subseries consists of a program from a concert in the Thursday Afternoon Series. This series features faculty artists as well as guests, and usually feature small ensemble chamber music and vocal or instrumental recitals.

Opera division

Subseries consists of programs and recordings of performances by students in the University of Toronto Opera Division at the Faculty of Music.

Thursday series

Subseries consists of programs and recordings from the Thursday Afternoon Series. This series features faculty artists as well as guests, and usually feature small ensemble chamber music and vocal or instrumental recitals.

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