Vladimir Sokoloff collection (MSS 22)
Scope and Contents
The collection includes correspondence, programs, clippings, and recordings
Conditions Governing Access
The collection is open for research.
Biographical / Historical
Vladimir Sokoloff studied accompanying and chamber music at the Curtis Institute of Music (1929-38) and was a member of the faculty (1938-1993), where he taught vocal repertoire, accompanying, and chamber music, and directed the concert division. As a performer he played piano duets with his wife Eleanor Blum Sokoloff, served at the pianist for the Philadelphia Orchestra (1938-50) and was the accompanist of a number of musicians associated with the school, including Efrem Zimbalist, and the Curtis String Quartet.
4.1 Linear feet ((2) storage boxes, (2) archival boxes, (1) photo binder, (1) custom size box)
Language of Materials
Materials documenting the career of Vladimir Sokoloff as a pianist, accompanist, and member of the faculty of the Curtis Institute of Music.
The collection is arranged into the following series: 1. Subject and correspondence files 2. Scrapbooks, programs, and clippings 3. Personal and family papers 4. Photographs 5. Recordings (private and commercial) 6. Manuscripts (compositions performed)
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Collected from his office after his retirement in 1995.
- Vladimir Sokoloff Collection (MSS 22)
- Barbara Benedett
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- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
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