2/5/84-6/5/84: 31st Cork International Choral and Folk Dance Festival. Festival programme booklet.
[date and location unknown]: 'An evening of Classical & Contemporary chamber music' presented by Cibeal Cincise. Premiere of 'What the Frog Said' by Gerald Barry. Wordbook.
26/11/84-28/11/84 [plus duplicate]: St. Stephen's Church, Mount Street Crescent, Dublin: John Cashmore, the Ulysees Ensemble and the Camerata Singers. World premiere of James Wilson's 'Letters To Theo'. Contains programme and biographical notes.
2/3/84: National Concert Hall: RTE Symphony Orchestra: World premiere of 'Ultima Rerum' by Gerard Victory. Contains programme notes and wordbook.
6/1/84-13/1/84 [plus 5 duplicates]: 10th Dublin Festival of 20th Century Music. Festival programme booklet. Contains programme notes.
8/1/84: Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern Art: 'Sunday at noon', a concert of contemporary music with works by Mary M. Kelly, Michael Holohan and Paul Hayes.
7/1/: John Field Room: Concorde. Contains programme notes.
10/10/84-11/10/84: National Concert Hall: Jazz Four Nations Festival.
- Barry, Gerald -
- Camerata Singers -
- Cashmore, John -
- Cibeal Cincise -
- Concorde -
- Contemporary Music Centre, Dublin -
- Cork International Choral & Folk Dance Festival -
- Dublin Festival of 20th Century Music -
- Hayes, Paul -
- Holohan, Michael -
- Jazz Four Nations Festival -
- Kelly, Mary M. -
- RTÃ‰ Symphony Orchestra -
- Sundays At Noon Concert Series (Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern Art) -
- Ulysees Ensemble -
- Victory, Gerard -
- Wilson, James -