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Collection Description

Collection Title
Charles Acton Collection: Box 91 (1984)
Unique Identifier
Acton Gift 91
Description
Miscellaneous programmes collected by Charles Acton from 1984.

TCD concerts:
7/12/84: Chapel of Trinity College: Aisling Heneghan presented by the City of Dublin Vocational Education Committee College of Music in association with the School of Music Trinity College. Contains programme notes.
13/12/84: Examination Hall, Trinity College: Aedin Halpin, Jimmy Vaughan, Paul O'Hanlon, Andrew Murphy, Jeannie Redden, Mary B Collins, Donal Bannister. 'Avenue '84'.
19/6/84: Examination Hall, Trinity College: The Friends of the Vocal Arts in Ireland.
23/6/84: Examination Hall, Trinity College: Musica Sacra. Wordbook.
24/6/84: Examination Hall, Trinity College: Riccardo Brengola and the Dublin Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra.
22/10/84 & 24/10/84: Examination Hall, Trinity College & Aula Maxima, UCC: Anthony Byrne. Contains historical note on Charles Lynch.
17/11/84: Examination Hall, Trinity College: Dublin Orchestral Players. Contains programme notes.
7/4/84: Examination Hall, Trinity College: Madrigal '75. Wordbook.
11/2/[84]: Edmund Burke Hall, Trinity College: Peter Dains and John O'Sullivan presented by the Dublin University Music Society. Contains programme notes.

Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern Art concerts:
16/12/84: Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern Art: 'Sunday at Noon' The Eroica String Trio.
14/10/[84]: Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern Art: 'Sunday at noon' The Brass Ensemble of the RTE Symphony Orchestra.
25/11/84: Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern Art: Concorde.
1/6/84: Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern Art: Daire Fitzgerald and Gillian Smith; Bank of Ireland Young Performers' Recital Series.
17/6/84: Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern Art: 'Sunday at noon' Penelope Price-Jones, Brian O'Rourke and Philip Martin presented by the Goethe Institute.
8/1/84: Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern Art: 'Sunday at noon'. Contains programme notes, accompanied by wordsheets.
29/1/84: Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern Art: 'Sunday at noon' Gillian Smith and John Feeley.
11/3/84: Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern Art: Concorde.
8/4/84: Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern Art: 'Sundays at noon' The Jupiter Ensemble.
15/4/84: Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern Art: 'Sundays at noon' Frances Lucey and Peter Mack.
19/2/84: Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern Art: 'Sunday at Noon' Jerry Creedon presented by the Spanish Cultural Institute.
27/4/84: Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern Art: Andreja Marlirsh; Bank of Ireland Young Performers' Recital Series.
4/5/[84]: Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern Art: Maighread McCrann and Jimmy Vaughan; Bank of Ireland Young Perfomers' Recital Series.
11/5/84: Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern Art: Kenneth Edge and Mary Collins; Bank of Ireland Young Performers' Recital Series.
25/5/84: Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern Art: Barbara Connolly; Bank of Ireland Young Performers' Recital Series.
27/5/[84]: Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern Art: 'Sunday at noon' Hugh Tinney.

Wexford Concerts:
27/10/[84]-4/11/[84]: Wexford Festival Opera 'Operatic Scenes' programme booklet.
27/10/[84]: White's Hotel: The Wallfisch/Weinberg Trio; part of the Wexford Festival Opera. Contains programme notes.
24/10/84-4/11/84: Wexford Festival Opera. Leaflet.
18/5/84-19/5/84: Theatre Royal, Wexford: 'The Carmelites'.

Pro-Cathedral Concerts:
5/6/[84]-26/6/[84]: Pro-Cathedral: Gerard Gillen, Gerard Barry, John O'Keeffe and Daniel Roth.
4/11/84-25/11/84: Pro-Cathedral: Gerard Gillen and John O'Keeffe. Poster.

Churchtown Concerts:
[6/8/84]: The Braemor Rooms at the County Club, Churchtown: 'Old Tyme Music Hall'. Wordbook.
6/8/84: The Breamor Rooms, Churchtown: Louis Browne. Poster.

St. Stephen's Church concerts:
22/8/84: St. Stephen's (The Pepper Cannister): Harlequin Wind Quintet. Flyer.
26/11/84-28/11/84: St. Stephen's Church: Ulysees Ensemble and the Camerata Singers. World premiere of James Wilson's 'Letter To Theo'.

St. Michael's Church concerts:
10/6/84-26/8/84 [plus duplicate]: St. Michael's Church Dún Laoghaire. Tenth Anniversary Series Summer Concerts 1984. Events listings leaflet.
29/1/84: St. Michael's Church Dún Laoghaire: Johannes Auersperg, Josef Hofer and Hans Meister.

Monkstown Parish church concerts:
8/12/84: Monkstown Parish Church: Austin Gaffney, Mary Sheridan de Brun, the Dublin Boy Singers, Stedfast Band presented by the Dun Laoghaire Choral Society. Flyer.
4/2/84: Monkstown Parish Church: Dun Laoghaire Choral Society.

Incorporated Law Society concerts:
20/5/84: The President's Hall, Incorporated Law Society: Dublin Orchestral Players. Flyer.
10/3/84: The President's Hall, Incorporated Law Society: Dublin Orchestral Players. Flyer.
10/3/84: The President's Hall, Incorporated Law Society: Dublin Orchestral Players. Flyer.

Cork concerts:
12/4/84: City Hall, Cork: Cork Symphony Orchestra with Mariana Sirbu, Mihai Dancila and the RTE Academica String Quartet presented by the Cork Orchestral Society. Contains programme notes.
3/5/84-5/5/84: Twentieth Seminar on Contemporary Choral Music in the Music Department University College Cork. Leaflet delineating events including concerts.
17/5/84-21/6/84: Crawford Municipal Art Galleries, Emmet Place, Cork: Summer Lunch-time Concerts 1984. Flyer.

Miscellaneous concerts:
10/12/[84]: National Concert Hall: The Camerata Singers. Flyer.
14/6/84: Queen Elizabeth Hall: Peter Kerr, Yvonne Egan, Colette McGahon and Hugh Mackay 'A John McCormack Centenary Tribute'. Contains historical notes.
27/11/[84]-6/12/[84]: Waterford Regional Technical College Music Society presented Early Music Series 'Brocade'. Leaflet.
24/6/84-1/7/84: Dublin International Organ Festival Souvenir Book.
1/8/[84]-19/12/[84]: [Chester Beatty Library]: Events listing leaflet.
[22/11/84]: [location unknown]: Caoimhe Ní Chianáin, Catherine Fitzgerald, Aedín Halpin, Eithne Lynch, Elizabeth McNally and Dearbhaile O'Donnell.
25/8/84-2/9/84: Kilkenny Arts Week 1984. Festival programme booklet.
29/9/84-6/10/84: Christ Church Cathedral: John Dexter.
12/2/84: Wigmore Hall: Philip Martin and Penelope Price Jones. Contains programme and biographical notes and words.
1/11/[84]-2/11/[84]: Terenure College Chapel & Ormond Quay and Scots Presbyterian Church: Julie-Ann Carr. Flyer.
15/11/84: [location unknown]: Frances Lucey, David Jones and the Dublin Chamber Orchestra.
[date unknown]: Newcastle and Dublin: Konzert des Syker Mottettenchors.
10/11/[84]: St. Patrick's Cathedral: Prelude Brass and the Lay Vicars Choral. Flyer.
12/11/83-13/11/83: Navan: Fourth Annual Choral Festival presented by the Navan Male Singers.
20/11/84-24/11/84: Gate Theatre: Irish National Opera.
8/12/84: Blackrock College: Dublin Symphony Orchestra. Poster.
10/6/[84]: [location unknown]: The Palestrina Choir with Douglas Lawrence.
16/6/84: Carysfort College Hall, Blackrock, Dublin: Nicola Sharkey, Norman Williams, Roland Purcell and The Dublin Boy Singers presented by the Dun Laoghaire Choral Society. Programme + flyer.
14/2/84: Masonic Hall, Molesworth Street: Malcolm Proud presented by the Ambassade de France en Irlande.
22/2/84: Royal College of Physicians: Leonora Carney.
1984: [location unknown]: Wicklow Opera Group.

Collection includes correspondence.
Format
Date range of collection
1984 - 1984
Accumulation Dates
-
Suggested Audience
Not Specific
Associated People or Organisations

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Collections Overview
The National Library of Ireland has two collections consisting mainly of printed sheet music from the eighteenth to the early twentieth century. These include much material from the mainsteam western classical music tradition, but also material relating to little known Irish composers. The names of the two collections are the Joly Music Collection and the Additional Music collection. In addition the Library has a small but significant collection of music manuscripts. The general printed collections include some Irish ballad, folk-music and popular song collections.
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Closed
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Cardif University (Prifysgol Caerdydd)Royal College of Music LondonMuseums, Libraries and Archives Council