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Albert Frank Moritz fonds

  • CA ON00399 49
  • Fonds
  • 1935-2022

The A.F. Moritz fonds contains records relating to his education, teaching, translation and editing work, journalism and other employment, and, predominantly, his work as a poet.

Fonds is comprised of the following series:
Series 1: Education, [195-?]-2002
Series 2: Teaching, 1985-2017
Series 3: Poetry manuscripts, essays and related records 1970-2022
Series 4: Correspondence, 1973-2021
Series 5: Poetry readings, 1975-2019
Series 6: Periodicals containing material by or about A.F. Moritz, 1969-2021
Series 7: Publishing and editorial work, 1979-2021
Series 8: Anthologies containing A.F. Moritz poems, 1976-2015
Series 9: Literary related activities, 1973-2022
Series 10: Translation projects, 1973-2022
Series 11: Personal material, 1935-2019
Series 12: Employment, 1969-2001

Moritz, Albert Frank


Series consists of materials relating to Harry and Ida "Claudette" Culley, particularly as pertains to their piano duo, the "Black and White Spotters." Materials include photographs of the duo, newspaper clippings with performance announcements, a script from one of their appearances on Arkansas Salute, CKCL radio (July 26, 1934), a fan letter from Ida Baker (April 8, 1940), a poster from the performance at the Royal Opera House in London with Bebe Daniels and Ben Lyon (August 30, 1937), and articles by their granddaughter Joanne Culley about the duo and their sheet music collection (2021-2022). Series also includes a copy of Joanne's novel Claudette on the keys (Crossfield Publishing, 2021), which is based on the lives of Ida Fernley and Harry Culley.

Harry and Ida Culley fonds

  • CA OTUFM 69
  • Fonds
  • 1891-1983, 2021-2022

Fonds consists of records pertaining to the two-piano, four-hands duo of Harry and Ida "Claudette" Culley, the "The Black and White Spotters". Records include annotated sheet music and manuscript parts copied by Harry Culley for performance; newspaper articles and press releases; posters; programs; photographs; and correspondence.

Culley, Henry Francis

2021-2022 concert season

Series consists of programs and recordings of events hosted by the Faculty of Music during the 2021-2022 concert season including faculty, student, and guest artists as well as ongoing concert series and faculty ensembles. The University of Toronto, including the Faculty of Music, returned to in-person events with limited capacity audiences in September 2021. Concerts were cancelled, postponed, or virtual only during January 2022 as the University shifted to predominantly remote instruction due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The University returned to in-person learning (and in-person events at the Faculty of Music resumed) as of February 7, 2022. The majority of concerts during the 2021-2022 concert season were streamed online via the Faculty's various YouTube channels.

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.

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.


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

Faculty and guest artists

Subseries consists of concerts, master classes, guest lectures, and other events by faculty members of the Faculty of Music and other guest artists.

Opera division

Subseries consists of programs and recordings of performances presented by University of Toronto Opera.

Student composers

Subseries consists of programs and recordings of concerts of works written by student composers.

OraSTORYo!: Sing Me the Universal

File consists of a pre-recorded concert, which was broadcast on the Faculty of Music YouTube channel.

Performers: Darryl Edwards, instructor ; Kathryn Tremills, piano ; Ryan Harper, video editor.

Event tracks:

  • Dissidence. Le cri di joie / Pierre Mercure (Claire Latosinsky, soprano)
  • Cantata 140. Mein Freund ist mein / Johann Sebastian Bach (Clara Krausse, soprano ; Dante Mullin Santone, baritone)
  • Dies Natalis.The rapture / Gerald Finzi (Gabrielle Turgeon, soprano)
  • La vierge, Je viens te saluer / Jules Massenet (Inez Mugisha, Alexa Frankian, soprano)
  • Weihnachts-Oratorium. Nur ein Wink / Johann Sebastian Bach (Clara Krausse, soprano ; Alexa Zirbel, oboe d'amore ; Abraham Ross, organ)
  • Judas Maccabaeus. O lovely peace / George Frideric Handel (Abigail Sinclair, Claire Latosinsky, soprano)
  • Litaniae, K. 243. Dulcissimum convivium / Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (Ineza Mugisha, Gabrielle Turgeon, soprano)
  • Die Schopfung. Holde Gattin / Franz Joseph Haydn (Alexa Frankian, soprano ; Narmina Efendiyeva, piano)
  • Samson. Let the bright seraphim / George Frideric Handel (Abigail Sinclair, soprano).

Master class with Martha Guth, soprano

File consists of a recording of the master class, which was livestreamed to YouTube from Zoom.

Event tracks:

  • La pasion seguin San Marcos. Lua descolorida / Osvaldo Golijov (Leslie Higgins, soprano ; Bryn Blackwood, piano)
  • Three songs. Requiescat / Matthew Emery (Rayna Crandlemire, soprano ; Bryn Blackwood, piano)
  • The far shore / Kamal Sankaram (Anna Boyes, soprano ; Suzy Smith, piano)
  • Little women. Joy beyond measure, mother! / Mark Adamo (Gabrielle Turgeon, soprano ; Kathryn Tremills, piano).

Oral history interview with Saima Hussain conducted by Rijja Moeen

Saima Hussain is a well-known journalist and award-winning book writer who currently works as a supervisor at the Mississauga Library. As an immigrant to Canada from Pakistan and spending many years of her life in Saudi Arabia, Saima focuses on being involved in the community, such as becoming a member of the Council of Agency Serving South Asians, the Canadian Council of Muslim Women, and running programs for newcomers. Saima completed her MA in South Asian Studies from the University of Toronto and also worked there as an admissions counsellor. She then moved to Pakistan where she became an editor at Dawn newspaper. Upon returning to Canada, she produced a history book for young readers called The Arab World Thought of It: Inventions, Innovations and Amazing Facts, which received an award from the Carolina Center for the Study of the Middle East and Muslim Civilizations. She also wrote another book called The Muslimah Who Fell to Earth: Personal Stories by Canadian Muslim Women to allow representation of Muslim women in the world.

In her oral history with interviewer Rijja Moeen (UTM undergraduate student at the time), narrator Saima Hussain speaks about her experiences of being a journalist and writer, how she has made a difference in the South Asian community through her work, the importance of religion in her life, and her experience of being an immigrant to Canada.

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