Helmut Kallmann Award 2017

Helmut Kallmann Award 2017

This is an open invitation for nominations for the seventh Helmut Kallmann Award for distinguished service relating to music libraries, archives and documentation centres, with a focus on music in Canada. Both nominators and nominees may or may not be members of CAML. The Award is named in honour of Dr. Helmut Kallmann, the pioneering Canadian musicologist, who was Chief of the National Library of Canada’s Music Division from its inception in 1970 to 1987 and a co-founder of the Canadian Music Library Association (the predecessor of CAML).

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Awards 2017

The Canadian Association of Music Libraries, Archives and Documentation Centres (CAML) is offering the following three awards:

The Cheryl Martin First-time Presenter Award: CAML will now be offering its First-time Presenter Award in honour and memory of music librarian and former CAML President Cheryl Martin. This award is intended to provide an opportunity to present a paper at CAML’s 2017 conference to someone who has never presented at CAML before. Up to $1000 will be received by the winner upon submission of receipts for travel and accommodation expenses following the conference.

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About

The Canadian Association of Music Libraries, Archives and Documentation Centres (CAML)

was founded in 1971. Our members work in a variety of organizations that support musical activities in Canada, including libraries, archives, conservatories, and universities.

CAML is the Canadian branch of the International Association of Music Libraries, Archives and Documentation Centres (IAML). Members of CAML can choose to join only CAML, or to also join IAML.

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