Subseries VSS - Vocal studies series

Voice studies at the University of Toronto presents : C'est Bientôt Noël! a French Christmas cele... Voice studies at the University of Toronto presents : holiday songs Welcome and introductions Singers and the spoken word with Michael Albano Voice studies at the University of Toronto presents : graduate students : MMus and DMA Voice studies at the University of Toronto presents Voice studies at the University of Toronto presents : creative process master class with Laura Tu... Voice studies at the University of Toronto presents : master class with Liz Upchurch of the Coc Voice studies at the University of Toronto presents : second year undergraduate students perform Voice studies at the University of Toronto presents : songs of requiem and light Voice studies at the University of Toronto presents Voice studies at the University of Toronto presents Voice studies at the University of Toronto presents : Epiphanies!

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CA OTUFM 51-CS15/16-VSS

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Vocal studies series

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  • September 2015 - May 2016 (Creation)

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11 events : WAV files

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Subseries consists of concert events featuring the faculty and students of the voice program.

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