Item is a photograph of a concert ticket advertising a Chanukah festival featuring Cantor Bernhard Wladowsky at Massey Music Hall on Wed. Dec. 4, 1912. The festival was for the benefit of teh Hebrew Free School. Tickets were $100 each.
Copyright is in the public domain and permission for use is not required. Please credit the Ontario Jewish Archives as the source of the photograph.
Concert programmes for this file are gathered in two accessions. Together these records document Solway's performance career as a soloist and in the New Symphony, the TSO, the Joyce Trio, the Solway String Quartet, and with various other ensembles in Toronto and throughout Ontario. The programme bills are arranged chronologically in each of two separate folders, separated according to the original accessions.
This file consists of concert programs for performances by Berul Sugarman while a violinist with the Modern Art String Quartet, and as the leader of the Galant Chamber Music Players and the Pro Arte Orchestra. The concerts were performed at a variety of locations such as Malloney's Art Gallery, the Church of the Holy Trinity, the Art Gallery of Toronto, Hart House Theatre and York University.
File consists of a program and portraits of members of the Canadian chamber ensemble known as, Camerata. Included are images of Coenraad Bloemendal, Kathryn Root, Suzanne Shulman, Adele Armin, and Moshe Hammer.
The file consists of biographic information, copies of the Israel Digest, press releases, obituaries and an advertisement for a memorial service honouring Moshe Sharett in the Canadian Jewish News on June 10 1966, an invitation to the programme, and a selection of essays.
File consists of promotional material and an invitation to an evening of live music and stories celebrating Jewish creativity in pop, rock, jazz and R&B. Concert performers include Randy Bachman, the Sadies and Melanie Fiona.
Rabbi Moshe Feinstein (1895-1985) was an Orthodox rabbi and scholar who was widely regarded as an halakhic authority for North America's Orthodox Jews. He also served as president of the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of the United States and Canada.
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File consists of photographs of Rabbi Moshe Feinstein speaking at an event at Clanton Park Synagogue.
Accession consists of photographs from the personal collection of Cantor Nathan Stolnitz taken at numerous functions including a board meeting of Associated Hebrew Schools, a meeting of Histadrut, an ORT Conference, a cantoral Chanukah party, a dinner honouring Archie Bennett for the Jewish Teachers Seminary and People's University at Beth Shalom Synogogue, the Lubliner Society executive, the Lagover Mutual Benefit Society, the Toronto Zionist Council (?), a reception for Cantor Moshe Koussevitzky arranged by the Cantors Council of Toronto, held at Torah Emit Educational Centre, and Canadian Friends of the Hebrew University.
Identified in the photographs are:
Morris Jackson, Joe Macks, Jacob Egit, George Steinhouse, Leo Moss, S. Kraisman, Kalman Berger, [Mrs. Israelson?], Sam Bierstone, Shammai Ogden, S. Rotman, L. Shurem, Joseph Levine, Richard Shiff, Wilferd Gordon, Sam Kurtz, Louis Lockshin, [William Leibel?], David E. Newman, Louis Mayzel, Jacob D. Pearlstein, Michael Garber, QC, Prof. Maxwel Cohen, A.B. Bernett, Jack Kosoy, S. Sable, Tobie Taback, Dr. I. Cass, David Newman, Louis Gelber, D. Green, Saul Sigler, J. Richard Shiff, Balfoura Gordon, Julius Weiner, A. Wantroff, Nathan Stolnitz, Murray Nixon, N. Adler, Ben Steinberg, Sam Stolnitz, Gordon Kushner, M. Alspector, M. Fridman, Anna Brom, J. Cukierfajn, M. Waksbaum, C. Fefferman, H. Sigelman, P. Yablonski, A. Laufer, M. Katz, M. Mandel, J. Ross, M. Pearl, M. Greenspan, A. Nightingale, C. Lax, M. Greenbaum, Rabbi Gershon Weiner, Archie Bennett, Sophie Bennett, Julius Hayman, Lazar Lifscutz, Anne Brown, Mrs. Mannie Brown, Mannie Brown, Dr. Mark Zimmerman, George Liban, Ben Nobelman, L. Schreipman, John J. Glass, Julius Marcus, H. Tulchnsky, Harry Ziffkin, Mary Barber, Sofee Hayman, Helen Smolack, Max Goodie, Mrs. Monte Simmons, Allan Bronfman, Mark Levy, Mrs. Mark Levy, Mrs. Edwin A. Goodman, Edwin A. Goodman, J. Cooper, J. Zigelman, L. Moses, Nathan Stolnitz, Moshe Koussevizky, M. Nixon, N. Adler, A. Wantroff, S. Stolnitz, N. Liberman, M. Meirovich, M. Diamond, S. Wortsman, J. Freedman, Chaim Bernikier, J.B. Salsberg, Rabbi A.L. Feinberg, H. Bergman, Reuven Madesker.
Accession consists of the records of Cantor B. Charloff, including a photograph of Cantor B. Charloff and choir, a book of music entitled "Tfilas N'yiloh", a composition for Psalm 30, and music for Chanukah.