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Halifax Camerata Singers fonds Truro (N.S.)
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Certificate of incorporation and correspondence

File contains records relating to the 1986-1987 concert season of the Halifax Camerata Singers, including their certificate of incorporation (January 14, 1987) and a letter from Wayne Cahill (organist and choral director of the Bedford United Baptist Church) to the artistic director Jeff Joudrey regarding a supply organist.

In concert

File contains a program and a poster for a concert by the Halifax Camerata Singers in collaboration with the First Baptist Girls' Choir of Truro, Nova Scotia.

Saint Cecilia concert series : the best of Bach

File contains a program for a concert by the Halifax Camerata Singers, performed in collaboration with the Cantabile Singers of Truro, members of Symphony Nova Scotia and guest soloists (Lorraine Thompson, Susan MacKay, Nancy Chisling, Douglas Rose, Ray Grant, Sue Doran, Christopher Francis, David Loughead and Gordon Murray). The file also includes a pamphlet for the Saint Cecelia 1992-1993 concert series and a newspaper clipping of a review of the concert.

Handel's Messiah

File contains two programs for two performance of Handel's Messiah by Symphony Nova Scotia, conducted by Georg Tintner, with the Halifax Camerata Singers and Truro Cantabile Singers, directed by Jeff Joudrey. The concerts took place at the First United Church in Truro, Nova Scotia and at the Rebecca Cohn Auditorium in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The file also includes a newspaper review of the concert.

Sing a new song with the First Baptist Girls' Choir of Truro : [poster]

File contains a poster for a series of three concerts by the Halifax Camerata Singers in collaboration with the First Baptist Girls' Choir at Trinity St. Stephen's Church in Amherst, Nova Scotia (May 4, 2001); St. Andrew's United Church in Halifax Nova Scotia (May 5, 2001); and the First Baptist Church in Truro, Nova Scotia (May 6, 2001).