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Collection Description

Collection Title
Contemporary Music Centre Ephemera May - June (2000)
Unique Identifier
Ephemera May - June 2000
Description
Folder of ephemera collected by the Contemporary Music Centre, Dublin from 1/5/00-11/12/00.

Programmes:
24/6/00-2/7/00: Bantry House, Co. Cork: West Cork Chamber Music Festival 2000. Programme festival booklet.
29/6/00 [plus duplicate]: National Concert Hall: Peter Sweeney 'NCH Millennium Organ Recital'.
24/6/00-2/7/00: West Cork Chamber Music Festival Fringe Programme.
1/5/00-12/5/00: Judith Mok and the Irish Piano Trio presented by the Music Network.
21/6/00-25/6/00: [National Concert Hall; National Gallery of Ireland; Samuel Beckett Theatre, Trinity College; Hugh Lane Gallery; Irish Museum of Modern Art]: Lyric FM Gerald Barry Festival. Programme of concerts, programme notes and words.
9/6/00-25/6/00: Aldeburgh 53rd Festival. Festival programme events listing.
20/5/00-21/5/00: New Ross: AIMS Choral Festival 2000. Contains music and words for the main concert.
6/6/00 [plus duplicate]: Droichead Arts Centre: John O'Conor in aid of Barlow House.
15/6/00: National Concert Hall: Hugh Tinney presented by The Friends of Mabel & Ronald Swainson in asssociation with the Leinster School of Music & Drama at Griffith College, Dublin 8.
11/6/00 [plus duplicate]: Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern Art: 'Sundays at noon Concert Series': Ensemble Antipodes presented by the AIC.
18/6/00: Rotunda Pillar Room, Parnell Square: Concorde. Includes numerous world and Dublin premieres.
7/5/00 [plus duplicate]: Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern Art: 'Sundays at noon Concert Series': Oirfia Trio.
13/5/00: Elmwood Hall, Belfast: Joanna MacGregor; part of Sonorities Festival of Contemporary Music.
[date and location unknown]: Malcolm Proud, Maya Homburger and Barry Guy. Contains biographical notes.
25/6/00: Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern Art: 'Sundays at noon Concert Series': Noriko Kawai; part of the lyric fm Gerald Barry Festival.
5/5/00-22/6/00: Old Museum Arts Centre, Belfast: Programme of events.
15/5/00: Sumida Triphony Hall: Shuko Kato and Makiko Kotaka. Exhibition Concert featuring works by the Irish composer Paul Hayes.
12/5/00-14/5/00: Queen's University of Belfast School of Music: Sonorities Festival of Contemporary Music programme of events listings.
19/5/00-4/6/00: Bath: Bath International Music Festival. Festival programme booklet.
2/6/00: Ulster Hall, Belfast: Ulster Orchestra. BBC Radio 3 Invitation Concert 2000 Music by Gerald Barry.
22/6/00: Royal Hospital Donnybrook: Anna Livia International Opera Festival. A Concert of Music by Eibhlis Farrell.
8/5/00: The Regent's [email protected], School of Music Trinity College, Dublin: Composers' Forum Ensemble.
[date and location unknown] [plus duplicate]: Ceské klarinetové kvarteto: 'The Persistence of Memory'.
12/5/00: Elmwood Hall, Belfast:QUBEnsemble & Friends; part of Sonorities Festival of Contemporary Music. Programme included 3 world premieres.
12/5/00: Elmwood Hall, Belfast: Darragh Morgan and Dominic Saunders; part of Sonorities Festival of Contemporary Music.
5/5/00-18/5/00: RDS Concert Hall; National Concert Hall: AXA Dublin International Piano Competition 2000.


Leaflets:
24/6/00-2/7/00: Bantry House, Co. Cork: West Cork Chamber Music Festival 2000. Programme events listings.
24/6/00-2/7/00: West Cork Chamber Music Festival Fringe events listings.
1/5/00-31/5/00: National Concert Hall Calendar of Events May.
7/5/00: Temple Bar Music Centre: Open Jazz 2000 'Music for Everybody' presented by Improvised Music Company, the Irish Times and the IRMA Trust.
5/5/00-2/9/00: Ardhowen 'The Theatre by the Lakes' Summer 2000. Programme of events.

Flyers:
8/5/00: National Concert Hall: Barry Douglas and Camerata Ireland.
21/6/00-25/6/00: National Concert Hall; National Gallery of Ireland; Samuel Beckett Theatre, Trinity College; Hugh Lane Gallery; Irish Museum of Modern Art: Lyric FM Gerald Barry Festival.
2/6/00: Ulster Hall, Belfast: Ulster Orchestra, Mary Hegarty and Noriko Kawai. BBC Radio 3 Composer Portrait Gerald Barry.
15/5/00-11/12/00: Sumida Triphony Hall; OAG Hall: Shuko Kato and Makiko Kotaka. Exhibition Concert featuring works by the Irish composer Paul Hayes.
26/února/00 [plus duplicate]: Praha: Ceské klarinetové kvarteto: 'The Persistence of Memory'.
27/5/00: National Concert Hall: Bach Boogie and Brunch - Fund Raising Brunch in aid of the Dublin International Organ & Choral Festival.
24/5/00-28/6/00: The National Cathedral of St. Patrick, Dublin: John Dexter, David Leigh, Tim Allen, Raymond O'Donnell, Anne Leahy and Charles Harrison 'Organ Recitals 2000'.

Posters:
26/6/00-30/6/00: Rome: Infinite Music Sculptures of sounds, images and words.


Collection also contains programmes for dance events, biographical leaflets for the Czech Clarinet Quartet (Ceské klarinetové kvarteto), Concorde press release, correspondence.
Format
Date range of collection
2000 - 2000
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
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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)
Collection Collector(s)
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Associated Collection(s)
Cardif University (Prifysgol Caerdydd)Royal College of Music LondonMuseums, Libraries and Archives Council