Collection PR4083 - John Hendrickson collection

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John Hendrickson collection

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    PR4083

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    • 1975 (Creation)

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    10 photographs.

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    Name of creator

    (1956-)

    Biographical history

    John (Henry) Hendrickson was born in Montreal, QC on April 11, 1956. He made his debut with the Edmonton Youth Symphony in the fall of 1969 and won numerous awards for his playing over his piano career. He performed at many solo recitals, and also appeared with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra and the Krakow, Lublin, and Warsaw Philharmonics in Poland.

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    The photographs depict John Hendrickson and were taken at the 1975 Chopin International Piano Competition, where Hendrickson won the Critic's Prize. The photographs include candid shots, headshots, and several photographs from during the competition.

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    Sue Harvey acquired these photographic prints while working with the City of Vancouver Arts & Cultural Affairs. The photographs were donated to the Provincial Archives of Alberta on behalf of Harvey by Dianne Longson, the agent and friend of Harvey in the 1980s.

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        Permission for use required. Subject to the Copyright Act.

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        Includes the following accession: PR2013.03888

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        Records have not yet been processed and are in the state in which they were donated.

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