Music -- Nevada -- Reno
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Katharine DeBoer Collection
Katharine DeBoer joined the faculty of the University of Nevada, Reno, in 1995 as Director of Vocal Studies in the Department of Music. The collection consists of her email invitation, the recital program, and the master and public use audio discs for Dr. DeBoer's farewell recital of July 26, 2015, following her retirement from the University's Department of Music.
Harold Goddard Papers
Violinist Harold "Rusty" Goddard was born in 1924 and obtained a B.A. and M.A. in music from the University of Colorado. The collection includes campus music performance programs, campus publications, correspondence, Lake Tahoe Music Camp material, issues of "Nevada Notes," and newspaper clippings.
Performing Arts Series Records
Public Occasions Board Records
The Public Occasions Board records consist of correspondence, minutes, and Performing Artist Series announcements and programs for internationally known musicians, dance companies, and dramatic performances. The collection includes programs, announcements, and flyers for various programs, the book for the 1968 Sculpture Invitational exhibit for the University’s Second Annual Arts Festival Week and the Survey of Cultural Activities in Reno-Sparks conducted by the Board in 1966.
Reno, Fantastic Reno Sheet Music
Joanne de Longchamps was a Reno, Nevada, poet and Gregory Stone was a composer. The collection contains sheet music with words by de Longchamps and music by Stone that was dedicated to the past and present members of the Reno City Council.
Reno Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra Records
The Reno Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra was founded in 1969 by the first director, Gregory Stone. The collection includes business records, 1969-1975; a history of the orchestra by Catherine Parsons Smith, 1984; and programs, 1969-1979.
University of Nevada, Reno. School of the Arts Records
Bruce R. Thompson Collection
Bruce R. Thompson (1911-1992) was appointed to the Nevada federal district in 1963 by President John F. Kennedy, a position in which he served until his death. The collection consists of "The Blue Book for Male Voices: Twice 55," that was used by the Reno Men's Chorus, and an edited copy of a debate paper.