University of Arkansas Division of Information Services Newspaper Clippings
Scope and Content Note
Clippings from various United States newspapers, accumulated by Luce Press Clipping Bureau of New York, Chicago and Kansas City, relating to European tour of the University's Schola Cantorum, to the International Polyphonic Competition at Arezzo, Italy and to the Schola's performance for President John Fitzgerald Kennedy at the White House.
Language of Materials
Materials are in English.
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Schola Cantorum is the University of Arkansas performing choir and was founded in 1957 by Richard Brothers. In 1962, the choir won first prize at the International Polyphonic Competition in Arezzo, Italy. During Brothers' time as conductor, 1957 to 1976, the choir traveled the world to perform, including performing for John F. Kennedy in the White House Rose Garden and a 1964 invitation to sing for the Pope at the Vatican. More recently, the choir has performed at conferences hosted by the American Choral Directors Association and the National Collegiate Choral Organization.
.05 Linear Feet (139 items in 1 folder)
Arrangement of the Papers
Collection is arranged chronologically.
The University of Arkansas Division of Information Services Newspaper Clippings were donated to Special Collections, University of Arkansas Libraries in 1969 by the Division of Information Services.
Processed by Samuel Sizer; completed March 1969.
- University of Arkansas. Division of Information Services (Donor, Corporate Entity)
- University of Arkansas Division of Information Services Newspaper Clippings
- Samuel Sizer
- March 1969
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- Language of description note
- Finding aid is written in English.