nova: Frances Power became a co-founder and Raines became the first Nova Scotia Youth Orchestra conductor, according to The Chronicle Herald. Forty years later by 2017 the orchestra was described by renowned professional conductors and musicians as one of the finest youth orchestras in Canada. Raines had some students assisting in the orchestra, and that was when the thought arose that Nova Scotia should have a provincial youth orchestra. Jan. 9, 1877 The Academy of Music in Halifax officially opened on Pleasant Street later Barrington Street located at the foot of Spring Garden Road and Barrington. Developed by Ray Gould in Membertou, it was published until 1991 by the Union of Nova Scotia Indians and the Native Communications Society of Nova Scotia. Jan. 10, 1965 The Micmac News began publishing. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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