CA ACU SPC F0228-S0001
- 1979-2007 (Creation)
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30 cm of textual records
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The Calgary Pro Music Society was established in 1979 as a non-profit, registered charitable organization dedicated to encouraging and celebrating chamber music, music written for a small group of musicians with one performer to a part and generally without a conductor.
The Society carries out its mandate through concert series and musical receptions, public broadcasts of its concert performances, and music outreach and learning programs including master classes.
The Society’s concerts present the music of many eras, and feature world-renowned chamber ensembles performing in the Eckhardt-Gramatté Hall in the University of Calgary’s Rosza Centre.
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Series consists of records related to the registration and administration of the Society. Records include legal correspondence on registration, annual returns and audit reports, and Board meeting minutes and accompanying materials.
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The minutes are artificially arranged in chronological order
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Personal information is restricted.
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- Calgary Pro Musica Society (Subject)