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Collection Description

Collection Title
Contemporary Music Centre Ephemera March - April (2002)
Unique Identifier
Ephemera March - April 2002
Description
Folder of ephemera collected by the Contemporary Music Centre, Dublin from

Programmes:
9/4/02: National Concert Hall: National Symphony Orchestra. Programme included the first performance of Tod Machover's 'Toy Symphony'.
11/4/02: Bank of Ireland Arts Centre: Bank of Ireland Mostly Modern Series: Benjamin Dwyer.
25/4/02: The Warehouse Waterloo: Mary Dullea
[21/4/02: Queen Elizabeth Hall, London]: programme notes.
27/4/[02]: Crescent Arts Centre: Steve Halfyard; part of Sonorities Festival of Contemporary Music.
26/4/[02]: Ormeau Baths Gallery: Singcircle; part of Sonorities Festival of Contemporary Music.
2/4/02-26/6/02: Garter Lane Centre April May June 2002. Events listings.
7/4/02: Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern Art: 'Sundays at noon Concert Series' Conor Biggs and Pádhraic Ó Cuinneagáin presented by the Association of Irish Composers.
7/3/02: Bank of Ireland Arts Centre: Bank of Ireland Mostly Modern Series: VOX21.
22/3/02-28/3/02: National Concert Hall: Composer's Choice. Programme includes numerous first performances.
4/3/02: County Hall, Dun Laoghaire: Lotus Quartet. First preformance of Kevin O'Connell's String Quartet [accompanied by programme notes]
16/3/02: Waterside Theatre, Leeds: National School Band Association - Western Education & Library Board Festival 2002.
10/3/02: Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern Art: Concorde with Jorge Isaac.
16/3/02: Laugardagur: Caput 15:15 í Borgarleikhúsinu - Nyja Svidi.
23/3/02: The Addleshaw Booth Theatre: North Cheshire Concert Band.
31/3/02: Model::Niland: VOX21; part of the Sligo Contemporary Music Festival.
30/3/02: Model::Niland: VOX21 and Roy Carroll; part of the Sligo Contemporary Music Festival.
31/3/02: Model::Niland: VOX21; part of the Sligo Contemporary Music Festival.
13/3/02-16/3/02: Salle Oscar Peterson Hall: 'Voyages Dublin-Montréal' Contemporary Irish and Canadian Music.
15/3/02: National Concert Hall: National Symphony Orchestra. Programme included world premiere of 'Cello Concerto' by John Kinsella.

Poster:
4/02: National Concert Hall: Toy Symphony Hyperscore.
27/4/[02]: Harty Room, QUB: Electric Voice II; part of Sonorities Festival of Contemporary Music.

Flyers:
19/4/[02]: St. Paul's Hall, University of Huddersfield: 'Electric Spring: New Electroacoustic Music from Yorkshire, Ireland and Italy'.


Leaflets:
22/3/02-28/3/02: National Concert Hall: Composer' Choice. Programme includes numerous first performances.
13/3/02-16/3/02: Salle Oscar Peterson Hall: 'Voyages Dublin-Montréal' Contemporary Irish and Canadian Music.


Collection includes press releases, miscellaneous programme notes.
Format
Date range of collection
2002 - 2002
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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+353-1-673 1922
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+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 Owner(s)
Collection Creator(s)
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Associated Collection(s)
Cardif University (Prifysgol Caerdydd)Royal College of Music LondonMuseums, Libraries and Archives Council