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Collection Description

Collection Title
Contemporary Music Centre Ephemera September (2005) - May (2006)
Unique Identifier
Ephemera Sep-October 2005
Description
Folder of ephemera collected by the Contemporary Music Centre, Dublin from 4/9/05-26/5/06.

Programmes:
9/10/05: National Gallery of Ireland: Concorde. Irish premiere of Tomi Raisanen's 'Follow the circle', Philip Neil Martin's 'Inducing Darkness' and world premiere of James Wilson's Two pieces for bass clarinet and piano, Op.175.
9/9/05-26/5/06: National Concert Hall: National Symphony Orchestra. Programme booklet containing information on all of the concerts held during the season.
8/10/05: Regent Hall, London: 8th London New Wind Festival 'A Concert of Miscellaneous Contemporary Music'. World premiere of Michael Chant's 'Quincuncial: Only the Working Class can save the day' and Dave Tucker's 'Une collection de Notes et d'Espaces a la Fois Petite et Impeccable'. Contains programme notes, biographies and scores for the selection of Daryl Runswick's work.
4/10/05-15/12/05: University of Limerick: Irish World Academy of Music & Dance. Season programme booklet noting concerts, seminars, festivals and programmes.
11/9/05: [National Concert Hall]: [Composer's Choice 2005]: Featured Composer Benjamin Dwyer; performers Paula Chateauneuf, Mhairi Lawson and VOX21 Music Ensemble.
11/9/05-27/9/05: National Concert Hall: Composer's Choice 2005 Contemporary Music Festival. Programmes for the 5 concerts in the festival including biographies and programme notes.
23/9/05-30/3/06: Model Arts and Nilhard Gallery: Sligo Music Series 2005-2006 presented by Con Brio. Includes listings of concerts to take place and short biographies of the performers.
28/9/05: Leonard Nimoy Thalia Theatre, Symphony Space, New York: Firebird Ensemble presented by the American Music Centre for the IAMIC 2005 Annual Concert.
1/9/05-30/10/05: National Concert Hall: Programme booklet containing information on all of the concerts held during the season.
22/10/05-12/12/05: The Warehouse, London: 'The Cutting Edge 2005'. More than 50 premieres.
16/9/05: National Concert Hall: National Symphony Orchestra. Contains extensive programme notes and delieates the members of the Orchestra.
12/9/05-2/10/05: O'Reilly Theatre; Crawdaddy; Contemporary Music Centre; Bewley's Café Theatre: Dublin Fringe Festival. Contains listings of all of the musical events of all genres held during the festival.
19/9/05: [National Concert Hall: Composer's Choice 2005, The Contemporary Music Festival]. Featured Composer Michael Alcorn/SARC performed by Renzo Spiteri, Michael Alcorn and Pedro Rebelo. Contains biographies on the performers.

Flyer:
9/10/05 [plus duplicate]: National Gallery of Ireland: Concorde. Irish premiere of Tomi Raisanen's 'Follow the circle', Phillip Neil Martin's 'Inducing Darkness' and world premiere of James Wilson's Two pieces for bass clarinet and piano, Op.175.
14/9/05: O'Reilly Theatre, Belvadere College, 6 Great Denmark Street: Bang on a Can All-Stars.
24/9/05-8/12/05: CMC, 19 Fishamble Street; Printing House, Trinity College; Handel Courtyard, Fishamble Street. CMC Autumn/Winter 2005: Young Fringe Festival, New Music Salons and CMC Social Events.
4/11/05-26/11/05: Regent Hall, London: 8th London New Wind Festival 2005.
11/9/05: National Concert Hall: Composer's Choice 2005, The Contemporary Music Festival. Featured Composer Benjamin Dwyer.

Leaflets:
4/9/05-11/9/06: Amsterdam: Internationale Gaudeamus Muziekweek.
25/9/05: Spiegeltent, Dublin: Crash Ensemble Unplugged.
22/9/05-3/12/05: Dublin Castle: Celtic Connections Traditional Tour, Trio Resistances, Ensemble Nordlys and aron quartett. Autumn Season 05.
24/9/05: Contemporary Music Centre: 'Young Fringe' Music for Kids with Jonathan Nangle and Francis Mitchell.
24/9/05-25/9/05: Contemporary Music Centre: Play with Music Children & adults with Jonathan Nangle and Francis Mitchell.
22/9/05-30/9/05: Irish Chamber Orchestra West Coast Tour.
22/9/05-12/12/05: The Warehouse, London: 'The Cutting Edge 2005'

Invitation:
16/9/05: National Concert Hall: National Symphony Orchestra. World premiere of 'Winter Finding' by Ian Wilson.
21/10/[05]: Cork Opera House: 24 songs by C.S.L. Parker.

Ticket:
19/9/05: John Field Room, National Concert Hall: Composers Choice 2005 'Michael Alcorn with SARC'.

Posters:
8/10/05 [plus duplicate]: Regent Hall, London: 8th London New Wind Festival 'A Concert of Miscellaneous Contemporary Music'. World premiere of Michael Chant's 'Quincuncial: Only the Working Class can save the day' and Dave Tucker's 'Une collection de Notes et d'Espaces a la Fois Petite et Impeccable'.

Collection includes correspondence, an invite for a CD Launch, invitations to book launches and a programme for a seminar on 'The Econominc and Social Significance of the Performing Arts'
Format
Date range of collection
2005 - 2006
Accumulation Dates
-
Suggested Audience
Not Specific
Associated Times

Location Details

Contemporary Music Centre
Temple Bar,19 Fishamble Street Dublin Dublin 8 United Kingdom
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Telephone
+353-1-673 1922
Fax
+353-1-648 9100
Visiting Information
Mon - Fri, 9.30am - 5.30pm
Collections Overview
Specialist collection of scores, recordings and related materials by Irish composers, mainly contemporary classical. Most of the unpublished scores can be copied for clients; any of the non-commercial recordings are available to listen to in the library only.
For details of other collections held at the same location: See the location record

Additional Collection Information

Accrual Status
Open
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Collection Creator(s)
Collection Collector(s)
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Associated Collection(s)
Cardif University (Prifysgol Caerdydd)Royal College of Music LondonMuseums, Libraries and Archives Council