Aeolian Blog

Inspiring Visitors to the Hall

October 2017

The team at Aeolian had the pleasure of hosting Grade 7 and 8 students from W. Sherwood Fox Public School on Monday. After a busy weekend of events, the students brought energy and laughter to an otherwise sleepy Monday morning. […]

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Why We Fly the Rainbow Pride Flag

September 2017

The Rainbow Flag, flown worldwide in celebration and support of the constant fight for LGBTQII equality, originated in San Francisco, California. Artist and rights activist Gilbert Baker was born in Parsons, Kansas. After serving in the United States Army for […]

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An Aeolian Moment

August 2017

Did you know that there have been other Aeolian Hall’s around the world? Located in Manhattan, the New York Symphony Society performed at Aeolian Hall on West 42nd Street from 1912 to 1924. The building, now a Dental School, was […]

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History of The Aeolian

August 2017

The Early Years The story of the Aeolian Hall begins in 1882. The London East Town Council bought a plot of land from David E. Glass, former mayor of London. The Council then authorized the expenditure of $7,000 towards the […]

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