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Symphony Nova Scotia fonds Series
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Audiovisual material

Series contains audio and video recordings either created by or submitted to the Symphony, such as audition tapes, recordings of potential repertoire or concerts, advertisements, and media coverage of the Symphony.

Board of Directors

Series represents the higher-level administrative functions performed by the Board of Directors and the various committees that report to it. Records include biographies and other documents pertaining to board members, minutes from various committ...


Series represents the functions performed by the CEO, who acts in a position of leadership for the Symphony’s administrative and organizational staff. Documents present here include contract negotiations and contracts, schedules of rehearsals and ...

Marketing and Development

Series reflects the Directors of Marketing and Development, who work together to promote the Symphony and obtain financial support. The documents of the Director of Marketing include negotiations for advertisements in the Symphony’s printed progra...

Office Manager

Series represents the independent work of the Office Manager. Records include documents pertaining to the management of the Symphony’s office space and supplies, memos, and other internal correspondence.

Personnel and Productions

Series represents the work of the Director of Personnel and Productions as well as the Librarian. The Personnel documents include job postings, job applications and resumes, audition documents, correspondence with current employees, information on...

Programs and publications

Series contains the printed programs given by the Symphony to those in attendance at concerts and fundraising events. It also contains newsletters and season brochures for single-ticket sales and subscriptions.

Symphony Nova Scotia's photographs

Series contains photographs taken by the Symphony of its performers or performances, promotional photographs of guest artists given to the Symphony, and film or negative advertisements for publication in the Symphony’s programs.