Subseries 5 - Musical Performance and Communication Programme

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UTA 1747-2-4-5


Musical Performance and Communication Programme


  • 1971-1991 (Creation)

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1.97 m of textual records
186 photographs
68 negatives
40 video

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This was a programme founded and directed by Prof. Schabas from 1986 to 1990 at the Faculty of Music. The programme was funded by the federal Employment Immigration Canada and Ontario Arts Council through the University of Toronto. It was "a unique programme (7 terms varying from 3 to 6 months each) to help professional musicians to develop effective musical and administrative out-reach procedures in communities."

The records in this subseries consist of administrative files relating to the programme including field trips, educational programmes, student applications and files, staff files, brochures and pamphlets, press clippings, schedules,and finances.

This sub-series also includes photographs of students, field trips and courses. In-class and public concerts as well as field trips to public schools were documented on 8 mm video tape.

Includes photographs removed to Box 001P

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Staff and student files in subseries 5 are restricted. All other records are open.

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A file list of textual records (prepared by the National Library of Canada) is available in the Archives Reading Room.

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Related records See: Series 3, Box 20.
For related sound recordings, see Series 9.

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