About the Collection
The Doug Lofstrom Collection dates from approximately 1960 to 2014. The collection contains the work of Doug Lofstrom, outlining his professional career for many decades as a musician, composer, and educator. This collection includes original compositions and arrangements, scripts, journals, correspondence, newsletters, academic work, catalogs, promotional materials, and recordings of his performances, in both physical and digital forms.
A composer and bassist whose scores reflect his involvement in theater, dance, film and symphonic music, Doug Lofstrom also formed The New Quartet, a chamber ensemble which performs his original music and arrangements, and was composer-in-residence for the Metropolis Symphony Orchestra and musical director of Chicago's Free Street Theatre before joining the faculty of Columbia College Chicago’s Music Department.
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