Jack Johnson Memorial Music Fund

Jack Johnson was a teacher at Walter Murray, Mount Royal and Marion Graham Collegiates, a composer, an member of the Saskatoon Symphony, and conductor of the Saskatoon Jr. Symphony.  He is often remembered for heading one of the city’s best dance bands in the 1950s and 60s, and for his original theme music for the Summer Games held in Saskatoon.  His life and music touched the lives of many individuals, and his sudden death of a heart attack at the age of 57 was unexpected.  In his honour, donations to the Jack Johnson Memorial Music Fund will go to support Saskatoon’s deserving young musicians.

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