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Upstream Music Association fonds Canada File
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Labels for Upstream excerpts audio cassette

File contains labels for the "Upstream...excerpts" audio cassette. The cassette includes live recordings from Upstream's performance at St. Mary's University Art Gallery between May 13, 1990 and March 17, 1991, featuring Steve Tittle (trumpet and Flugel horn); Sandy Moore (Irish harp and synthesizers); Jeff Reilly (clarinet, bass clarinet, and alto saxophone); Don Palmer (saxophone and flute); Bob Bauer (guitar); Tom Roach (drums and percussion); Steven Naylor (keyboards); and Paul Cram (saxophone and clarinet). The pieces include: "Don't Hold Back" by Jeff Reilly; "Nocturne" by Steve Naylor; "Change is a Time for Celebration" by Sandy Moore; "Pluckstucke" by Paul Cram; "Sunrise for a Mad Afternoon" by Jeff Reilly; "Below the Surface" by Steve Naylor; "Valse Triste" by Bob Bauer; "Available Light" by Steve Tittle; "Standing in the Light" by Steve Tittle; "Entangold" by Bob Bauer; and "Immortal Coil" by Paul Cram. All compositions were funded by SOCAN.

Producer's report for the Upstream CD

File contains a report to the Board of Directors and Artistic Directors of Upstream Music Association on the process and budget of the Upstream CD, "Open Waters," before final mastering and manufacturing.

Naylor, Steve

Artistic Director meeting minutes and financial records

File includes minutes of Artistic Directors meetings; Board meetings; budgets and project descriptions by performance season; a copy of the Memorandum of Association and By-Laws of Upstream Music Association; an Upstream mailing list; and copies of grant applications. These documents were likely used by Jeff Reilly during his term as Artistic Director for the association, given the various annotations on the records.

Reports from the Artistic Directors

File contains the Upstream Artistic Director's report for the 1995/1996 and 1996/1997 seasons, and the Upstream Artistic Directors Committee report for the Annual General Meeting on September 23, 1995.

Application to Nova Scotia Department of Tourism and Culture

File contains Upstream Music Association's application to the fund for "Assistance to Organizations for Special Projects in the Performing Arts" for April 12, 1992 to April 24, 1993, rough drafts of the application, and related correspondence. File also includes a letter of support from Saint Mary's University Art Gallery and a letter sent from Upstream to the Charles H. Ivey Foundation requesting support for the upcoming 1993-1994 season.

Applications, correspondence, and notes regarding funding for the Upstream Music Association

File contains applications and documents for the Nova Scotia Arts Council Operating Grant Application (1998); Canada Council for the Arts Classical Contemporary and New Music Organizations Program Multi-Year Funding (1998-2000); and Canada Council for the Arts Commissioning of Canadian Compositions for a work by Jeff Reilly (1999).

Application to Nova Scotia Arts Council

File contains correspondence regarding Upstream Music Association's application to the Touring Program for Grants to Organizations and Small Groups, and the Production/Presentation Program for Grants to Organizations and Small Groups. File also includes a signed copy of the Terms and Conditions for Sustaining Grants to Organizations.
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