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Collection Description

Collection Title
University Art Society - Cork Orchestral Society Programmes (1935-60)
Unique Identifier
Ir 780 U1 (2: 1935-60)
Description
Bound volume no.2 in a collection of 3 from the University Art Society - Cork Orchestral Society Programmes 1935 to 1960.

11/5/58-25/5/58: Tóstal Corcaí. Festival of Cork Souvenir Programme booklet.
6/5/56-27/5/56: Tóstal Corcaí. Festival of Cork Souvenir Programme booklet.
10/5/59-24/5/59: Tóstal Corcaí. Festival of Cork Souvenir Programme booklet.
4/12/59: City Hall, Cork: Charles Lynch and the Cork Symphony Orchestra presented by the Cork Orchestral Society.
11/12/[year unknown]: Auditorium of the Municipal School of Music: Municipal School of Music Choir and String Orchestra. Flyer.
17/4/60-1/5/60: Tóstal Corcaí. Festival of Cork Souvenir Programme booklet.
10/12/58: City Hall, Cork: Jaroslav and Kveta Vanacek, Michael O'Higgins, Joan Denise Moriarty, Cor Cois Laoi and the Cork Symphony Orchestra presented by the Cork Orchestral Society.
3/12/[year unknown]: Aula Maxima, UCC: James Roche presented by the University Art Society.
13/11/52: Aula Maxima, UCC: The Rubbra-Gruenberg-Pleeth Trio presented by the University Art Society.
27/4/54: Aula Maxima, UCC: Benthien String Quartet presented by the University Art Society and the Cork German Society.
27/4/55: Aula Maxima, UCC: Beaufort Piano Trio presented by the University Art Society.
10/3/56: Aula Maxima, UCC: William Shanahan, Gerard Shanahan presented by the University Art Society.
25/10/57: Marino, Cobh: Mary O'Brien, Lloyd Strauss-Smith presented by the Cork Orchestral Society.
15/1/59: Staff House, UCC: Klaus Börner presented by the University Arts Society and Cork German Society.
15/3/59: Dunmahon, Douglas: Jaroslav Vanacek, Margaret Hayes, Rhona Marshall presented by the Cork Orchestral Society, Shaw Trust and the Music Association of Ireland.
25/11/[year unknown] [plus duplicate]: Aula Maxima, UCC: Hans Priegnitz presented by the University Arts Society and the Cork German Society.
16/10/35: Aula Maxima, UCC: Harriet Cohen and Maura O'Connor with Rhoda Coghill; Arnold Bax Memorial Recital.
5/10/47: Capitol Cinema Theatre Cork: Charles Lynch, James Stack, Cork Symphony Orchestra presented by the Cork Orchestral Society and Cork Ballet Group.
18/9/49-7/12/60: City Hall, Cork: Cork Orchestral Society Symphony Concerts. 30 programmes.
16/12/[year unknown]-19/12/[year unknown]: Cork City Hall: Cork Grand Opera Society and Choral Union. Flyer.

Collection includes ballet programmes; membership forms (including events listings)
Format
Date range of collection
1935 - 1960
Accumulation Dates
-
Suggested Audience
Not Specific
Associated Times
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Location Details

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Additional Collection Information

Accrual Status
Closed
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Associated Collection(s)
Cardif University (Prifysgol Caerdydd)Royal College of Music LondonMuseums, Libraries and Archives Council