Fonds AR362 - School of Music fonds

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School of Music fonds

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  • 1967-1978 (Creation)
    University of Victoria (B.C.). School of Music

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4 v.; 183 photographs

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In 1967, the University of Victoria began offering a B.A. in the new Division of Music (in School of Fine Arts), headed by Gerald M. Hendrie. In1967 the Division established an affiliation with the Victoria School of Music (later called the Victoria Conservatory of Music) , headed by Robin Wood, to provide instrumental and voice tuition and performance opportunities to students. The Division became the Department of Music within the Faculty of Fine Arts in 1969, with Phillip T. Young as chair. In 1979, the Department changed its name to the School of Music.

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The fonds consists of 4 scrapbooks, which include: programmes, photographs, posters, news releases, and news clippings. The scrapbooks are in fragile condition.

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  • English

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