Container 4 - Programmes, 1960s

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Programmes, 1960s

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CA MDML 001-B-4

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  • 1960-1969 (Creation)

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Programmes 1965–69 directly in the container. See Folder 1 for other years and undated material.
Includes leaflets for recitals by Talmon Herz and Charles Reiner, Arthur Garami and Charles Reiner, and Henryk Szeryng and Charles Reiner at Carnegie Hall; programmes for recitals by Hyman Bress and Charles Reiner at Philharmonic Hall (Lincoln Center); programmes for performances as soloist with the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) Symphony Orchestra and the CBC Ottawa Area Radio Studio Orchestra; programme for performance as part of the Amati Trio (with Arthur Garami and Denis Brott) as soloists with the Lakehead Symphony; programmes for solo performances; listings of radio broadcasts; and programmes for collaborative performances with: David Astor, Helen Boatwright, Colette Boky, Réjane Cardinal, Christian Ferras, Arthur Garami,
Karine Georgian, Talmon Herz, Louis Quilico, Joseph Rouleau, Henryk Szeryng, Richard Verreau, and the Canadian Piano Quartet.

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