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Includes records for Minnesota Orchestra Music Directors: Skrowaczewski, Marriner, de Waart, Oue, and Vänskä. Materials in these files generally include office correspondence and calendars.
The general manager manages many activities of the organization, notably the artistic events. These records include personnel records, administrative files, and programming files from the offices of the general manager from the tenure of Boris Sokoloff through that of Robert Neu.
Collection includes records from individual departments at the Minnesota Orchestra.
Collection contains records created for Minnesota Orchestra projects and special events.
Includes information about the Northrop Auditorium Shell and extensive documentation regarding the construction of Orchestra Hall which was dedicated in October 1974.
These are not the official records of WAMSO. They contain office files from Orchestra staff relating to WAMSO activities.
Collection includes scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, and press releases.
Includes programs for orchestra concerts from 1903 to the present (both bound and unbound) and other publications.
The collection includes photographs, negatives, slides, and transparencies of Minnesota Orchestra music directors, musicians and staff, Orchestra Hall and other venues, and concerts, tours, and other events.
The collection includes audio and video recordings of the Minnesota Orchestra in a variety of formats, as well as a collection of slide-tape shows.
The posters in this collection represent over thirty years of promotional activity of the Minnesota Orchestra. It is a sample of posters created for the Orchestra, not a complete collection.
These materials include letters, newspapers, publications, etc. that were collected at various times by various people and constitute an historical archive of the Orchestra. They include items created by or about people associated with the Orchestra.
Collection contains music, art, writing, and photographs documenting independent music scenes in Minnesota.
Collection contains programs, publicity, administrative documents, and audio/video recordings from composer Miriam Gerberg.
Collection contains production materials, administrative records (including Development and Marketing files), and audio and video recordings created by Mixed Blood Theatre.
Collection includes 8 digital video recordings of film projects by Molly Davies.
The collection contains administrative records, education files, performances files, press and publicity, as well as audio/visual materials.
Collection contains DVDs, VHS tapes, Mini DVs, and ZIP discs, as well as other video recording formats.
Collection contains newspaper clippings and correspondence.
This collection contains business records, correspondence, financial records, audiovisual materials, and photographs of the New Dance Ensemble which incorporated in 1981. Founded in Minneapolis, Minnesota under the artistic direction of Linda Shapiro and Leigh Dillard, its stated mission was to create a modern dance repertory company, encouraging experimentation in dance. The New Dance Ensemble ceased operations on May 31, 1994.
Collection contains American, English and German playbills and recital programs from the 19th century.
Collection contains photographs, publicity materials and programs for plays performed by the North Star Drama Guild.
A collection of original watercolor, gouache, and pencil renderings of scene designs for the stage.
Collection contains research for and drafts of Offstage Voices, and historical materials from the Guthrie Theater.
The collection includes programs, playbills, announcements, and clippings from professional, civic and academic performing arts companies.
The collection contains personal and professional materials from the life of two musicians resident primarily in St. Paul, MN. There is personal correspondence (between Peter and Agnes Lisowsky while Peter was touring with the Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra), personal documents (wills, contracts, etc.), books, tapes and clippings, scrapbooks, photos and concert programs.
Records of the administrative, publicity, and audio/visualrecords of the Ragamala Dance Company. This collection is unprocessed and the box labels reflects the contents when they arrived.
Collection contains personal correspondence, drawings and specifications for stage designs, programs, notes, clippings, bills and receipts and Christmas cards.
Video recording of the Rarig Art Center dedication, June 1973.
- Collecting Area: Performing Arts Archives X
- Correspondence 27
- Theater 23
- Photographs 19
- Music -- Minnesota 18
- Audio-visual materials 15
- Theater -- Minnesota -- Minneapolis 15
- Theater -- Minnesota 14
- Theater programs 14
- Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra 13
- Scrapbook. 12
- Dance companies -- Minnesota 11
- Minnesota Orchestra 9
- Symphony (Minneapolis, Minn.) 9
- Theater -- Management 9
- Theater -- Production and direction 9
- Audio Recordings 8
- University of Minnesota 7
- Costume design 6
- Dance -- United States 6
- Performing arts 6 + ∧ less
- English 200
- German 1
- Multiple languages 1
- Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra 27
- Minnesota Orchestra 23
- Mitropoulos, Dimitri, 1896-1960 6
- Cisek, Richard M. 5
- Engle, Donald L. 5
- Children's Theatre Company (Minneapolis, Minn.) 4
- Dorati, Antal 3
- Guthrie Theater 3
- Marriner, Neville 3
- Minnesota Dance Theatre 3
- Ormandy, Eugene, 1899-1985 3
- Skrowaczewski, Stanisław, 1923-2017 3
- Sokoloff, Boris, 1912-1995 3
- Verbrugghen, Henri 3
- Berlovitz, Barbra 2
- Carpenter, Nicky B. 2
- Dayton, Kenneth N. (Kenneth Nelson), 1922-2003 2
- Feldman, Mary Ann 2
- Fullmer, Charles 2
- Houlton, Loyce 2 + ∧ less