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A requiem for peace with Jeff Reilly : [poster]

File contains two copies of a poster for a concert by the Halifax Camerata Singers in collaboration with Jeff Reilly on bass clarinet at the First Baptist Church in Halifax, Nova Scotia and the St. James United Church in Antigonish, Nova Scotia.

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.

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.

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).

Program and poster for the October Summit

File contains promotional materials for a concert that featured the Upstream Ensemble (Bob Bauer, Paul Cram, Sandy Moore, Steven Naylor, Don Palmer, Jeff Reilly, and Tom Roach); members of Symphony Nova Scotia (George Maxmann, Christopher Wilkinson, Susan Sayle, Norman Adas, Max Kasper, Suzanne Lemieux, Christopher Palmer, and Charlie MacKinnon); and friends (Jim Faraday, Jamie Gatti, Barry Campbell, Cheryl Edgett, Charlotte Harper, Lynda Rosborough, Rick Hebb, and Don Roach).

Upstream directory

File includes contact information for members of the Upstream Music Association: Bob Bauer, Mark Bursey, Paul Cram, Laura Hoffman, Mike LaLeune, Don Lawrence, Steven Naylor, Jeff Reilly, Ken Rozee, Suzanne Saul, Steve Tittle, and Paul E. Vandall, Jr.

Records of Jeff Reilly, Artistic Director

File contains cheque stubs, budgets, notes regarding Upstream Ensemble's performances, correspondence, Artistic Director reports to the Board, Reilly's notes from Board meetings, proposals, and copies of grant applications.

Records from Upstream's concert at Saint Mary's University Art Gallery

File includes a media release; program; digital tape cue sheet; notes on musician's contracts and publicity; notes on the concert budget; ticket stubs; draft poster; and a signed Atlantic Federation of Musicians Local No. 571 contract for the musicians (Jeff Reilly, Steve Tittle, Sandy Moore, Don Palmer, Steven Naylor, Tom Roach, Paul Cram, and Bob Bauer).

Records from Upstream's concert at the Sir James Dunn Theatre

File includes draft programs, press releases, receipts, correspondence, a comment card, and a signed Atlantic Federation of Musicians Local No. 571 contract for the musicians (Jeff Reilly, Steve Tittle, Sandy Moore, Don Palmer, Steven Naylor, Tom Roach, Paul Cram, Bob Bauer, and Chris Mitchell).

Program and poster for Saturnalia

File contains records from a concert entitled "Saturnalia: A Festival of Light" at Saint Mary's University Art Gallery, which featured two silent films: "Teller That You Love Her," film by Glenn Walton, music by Paul Cram; and "Lulu's Back in Town," by Lulu Keating, music by Sandy Moore. The music to both films was provided by the Upstream Ensemble (Bob Bauer, Paul Cram, Sandy Moore, Steven Naylor, Don Palmer, Jeff Reilly, and Jamie Gatti).

Programs and promotional materials for concert season

File contains copies of newspaper clippings, posters, and programs for the 2000-2001 concert season. The concerts included: Transfigured Nights by the Upstream Orchestra, conducted by Christoph Both (December 5 and 6, 2000 at the Sir James Dunn Theatre); Iron Sky with Jerry Granelli, Jeff Reilly, and John Little (February 27, 2001 at Saint George's Church); Up Close and Interactive with the Noir Angels (March 7, 28, and April 4, 2001 at the Spring Garden Road Public Library); and Spring Fever Festival (May 2001).

Application to Canada Council for Upstream CD project

File contains a copy of the grant application and supporting documents sent to Canada Council by the Upstream Music Association for funding to record a CD. The proposed works for the CD were: "Nocturne" by Steven Naylor; "Don't Hold Back" by Jeff Reilly; "Chipper" by Don Palmer; "Immortal Coil" by Paul Cram; "Change is a Time for Celebration" by Sandy Moore; "Valse Triste" by Robert Bauer; and "Available Light" by Steve Tittle. At the point of application, the Undercurrent Recording label did not exist, but Steven Naylor, Jeff Reilly, and Paul Cram were discussing its creation.

Open Waters masters : [sound recordings by the Upstream Ensemble]

File contains the master tape for Upstream Ensemble's "Open Waters" CD, including recordings of the following compositions: "Standing in the Light" by Steve Tittle; "Nocturne" by Steven Naylor; "Pulseight" by Tom Roach; "Winds of Lyra" by Sandy Moore; "Fragments" by Don Palmer; "Sunrise to a Mad Afternoon" by Jeff Reilly; "Immortal Coil" by Paul Cram; " and "On the Wind" by Bob Bauer.

Upstream excerpts : [audio cassette]

File contains an audio cassette of live recordings from Upstream's performances at St. Mary's University Art Gallery between May 13, 1990 and March 17, 1991. The cassette features 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.

Minutes of Undercurrent records meeting

File contains minutes from a meeting July 13, 1993 between Laura Hoffman, Paul Cram, Michael LaLeune, Steven Naylor, Jeff Reilly, and Bob Bauer. File also contains correspondence on the Mark Duggan Project; a draft of Undercurrent Recordings' policies; and a report to the Board of Directors of the Upstream Music Association by Steven Naylor.

Report to the Japan-Canada Fund, Canada Council

File contains the final report submitted by Sandy Moore, Bob Bauer, and Jeff Reilly to Anne-Marie Hogue of the Japan-Canada Fund. This grant supported Upstream Ensemble's collaboration with two Japanese artists, Akikazu Nakamura and Miwa Inaba, which included a concert on November 27, 1992 and a video project.

Correspondence with JERK

File contains a letter from John D.S. Adams of the JERK ensemble (which also includes Bill Brennan, Kevin Coady, Erin Donovan, and Rob Power) to Jeff Reilly concerning two proposed concerts in Halifax, Nova Scotia and Long Reach, New Brunswick.

Biographies and Curriculum Vitae for Upstream musicians

File contains biographies and CVs for the following musicians who performed with, or were part of, the Upstream Ensemble: Karen Young, Bob (Robert) Bauer, Jeff Reilly, Paul Cram, Don (Donald Charles) Palmer, Steven Naylor, Sandy Moore, Tom Roach, Norman Adams, Steve Tittle, and Jerry Granelli.

Draft brochure for the Open Waters Festival

File includes a draft brochure, created by Jeff Reilly, which includes an overview of the concerts and events that were included in the 1999 Open Waters Festival: Slipstream (November 13); Upstream Ensemble and Symphony Nova Scotia: Frank Zappa and Other Mothers of Invention (November 16); Barry Guy and Maya Homberger (November 18); and Barry Guy and the Open Waters Festival Ensemble (November 20).

Records from Upstream's concert at Sir James Dunn Theatre

File includes draft programs and posters, a promotional photograph of the ensemble, press releases, and a signed Atlantic Federation of Musicians Local No. 571 contract for the musicians (Jeff Reilly, Steve Tittle, Sandy Moore, Don Palmer, Steven Naylor, Tom Roach, Paul Cram, and Bob Bauer).

Japan-Canada concert and rehearsals

File includes photographs of the musicians and their instruments. The musicians were visiting artists, Akikazu Nakamura and Michiyo Yagi, and the Upstream Ensemble (Bob Bauer, Jeff Reilly, Paul Cram, Don Palmer, Steven Naylor, Sandy Moore, and Tom Roach).

Records from Illuminations Images in Motion concert

File includes a concert program, stage layout diagram, rehearsal schedule, press releases, and posters. For this concert, Upstream musicians (Bob Bauer, Paul Cram, Sandy Moore, Steve Naylor, Don Palmer, Jeff Reilly, and Steve Tittle) performed with visual artists Leighton Davis, Gordon Laurin, Richard Robertson, and Chris Woods.