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Collection Description

Collection Title
Radio Telefis Eireann (1963-2002)
Unique Identifier
Irish Collection
81 progrmames for concerts presented by RTE and performed by RTE groups. Programmes donated by Patrick Quilligan and Beatrice Doran. Programme of the RTE Academica String Quartet dated 19/9/78 is part of the Fottrell Collection. Locations for concerts include the National Concert Hall, RDS, Gaiety Theatre, St. Patrick's Cathedral, the Examination Hall Trinity College and the Helix Dublin City University.

RTE Concert Orchestra: 12 programmes from 30/10/92 to 12/02.
RTE National Symphony Orchestra: 3 programmes from 2000-2002.
RTE Symphony Orchestra: 55 programmes from 9/63 to 12/4/96. Includes RTE Music Diaries, Subscription Concerts, Public Concerts, Studio Concerts, Invitation Concerts. Performers noted include Roger Woodward and Audrey Park.
RTE Singers: 3 programmes featuring Eric Hinds and Mary Sheridan from 22/12/69 to 22/12/70.

Collection includes the Young Performers Series (7/8/87) featuring Benjamin Dwyer and the Seoirse Bodley Concert (17/10/78) featuring Bernadette Greevy and John O'Conor.
Date range of collection
1963 - 2002
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Location Details

Dublin City Library and Archive
138 - 144 Pearse Street Dublin 2 Ireland
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+353 1 6744999
+353 1 6744881
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Cardif University (Prifysgol Caerdydd)Royal College of Music LondonMuseums, Libraries and Archives Council