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Collection Description

Collection Title
Contemporary Music Centre Ephemera (1989)
Unique Identifier
Ephemera 1989
Folder of ephemera collected by the Contemporary Music Centre, Dublin from 1989.

[date and location unknown] [plus duplicate]: 'Grinning at the Devil, en opera af Elsa Gress og James Wilson'. Wordbook.
24/9/[89]: Hugh Lane Gallery: Concorde '20th Century Chamber Music'.
19/3/89: Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern Art: 'Sunday at noon' Maria Kelemen and Agnes Huber-Evesque.
5/5/98 [plus duplicate]: Project Arts Centre: Barefoot Dance Company, Michael Seaver, Jamie Evans, Ray Cavanagh, Paul McDonnell and Colm Fitzpatrick. Accompanied by biographical notes; part of 'Dublin New Music = New Dance 1989'.
4/5/98: Project Arts Centre: Ron Cooney, Louis Roden and Concorde; part of 'Dublin New Music = New Dance 1989'.
28/2/89-22/3/89: Danmark: 'Grinning at the Devil, komponist James Wilson, Libretto Elsa Gress'.
2/5/89: Wigmore Hall: Anthony Byrne. First performance of Jerome de Bromhead's 'Three Fresh Pieces'.
3/5/89: Project Arts Centre. Part of 'Dublin New Music = New Dance 1989'.
[Date unknown] [plus duplicate]: [Goethe Institute]: Anthony Byrne. 'Contemporary German and Irish Music'. Contains programme notes.
24/4/89 [plus duplicate and photocopy]: Harty Room, Queen's University: Sequenza; part of Sonorities 1989. Contains programme notes.
4/5/89-5/5/89: Project Arts Cnetre: 'Two concerts of Electo-acoustic music'; part of Dublin New Music = New Dance 1989'.
20/1-/89: John Field Room, National Concert Hall: 'International Women Composers' Competition' prizewinning works. Contains programme notes.
12/3/89: National Concert Hall: Irish Chamber Orchestra.
20/7/89: Sint-Baafskathedraal, Gent: Orgelconcert Door Una Russell. Contains programme notes.
[date unknown] [2 partial photocopies of festival programme booklet?]: London: Events listing.
3/5/89: Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern Art: Charles Stephen Lawrence Parker.
21/5/89: Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern Art: 'Sunday at noon' Denise Kelly and Moya O'Grady.
2/11/89: St. Stephen's Church (The Peppercanister), Dublin: 'The Rendezvous - the premier of the one act opera by Gerard Victory' Ulysees Ensemble with Virginia Kerr, John Cashmore, Peter Kerr. Accompanied by wordbook/script.
24/9/89: Hugh Lane Gallery: Concorde. First Irish performances of works by Seoirse Bodley, Ian Wilson, Richard Rodney Bennett and George Crumb.
21/4/89-24/4/89: Queen's Unversity of Belfast. Sonorities - Northern Ireland's Festival of 20th Century Music. Festival programme booklet.
2/2/[89]: Goethe Institute: 'Portrait of a Composer - Lecture recital with the Irish composer Frank Corcoran'

8/3/[89]-12/3/89]: 2nd Dublin International Guitar Festival.
24/9/[89]: Hugh Lane Gallery: Concorde '20th Century Chamber Music'.
10/11/[89]: Goethe Institute: Anthony Byrne. First performance of Dieter Acker's 'Hölderlin Sonate' and Roland Leistner-Mayer's 'From 5 Phantasiestücke a) Abbandono b) Martellato' presented by Sounds Modern.
3/5/89-6/5/89 [plus duplicate]: Project: Dublin 1989 New Music = New Dance. Events listing.

21/3/89-8/6/89: Purcell Room: London New Music. Programmes contain numerous premieres.

23/11/89-25/11/89: The Conway Hall, Red Lion Square, London: 'Objective Music III - a passionate reason - a festival of contemporary music'. Events listing.
10/11/89 [plus duplicate]: Aula Maxima, UCC: Charles Stephen Lawrence Parker.
26/4/89-17/5/89: Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern Art 'Wednesdays at the Hugh Lane Gallery'.

Collection includes 2 programmes for the 26th seminar on Contemporary Choral Music in UCC; programmes for dance performances in 'Dublin New Music = New Dance 1989'.
Date range of collection
1989 - 1989
Accumulation Dates
Suggested Audience
Not Specific

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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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.
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Cardif University (Prifysgol Caerdydd)Royal College of Music LondonMuseums, Libraries and Archives Council