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Collection Description

Collection Title
New Music Club (1952-53)
7 programmes plus 3 flyers and other miscellany related to concerts arranged by the New Music Club. The club presented a series of recitals, concerts and public lectures. There were club meetings every week. Concerts include a performance of The Passion of St John by Bach by the Llandaff Cathedral Special Choir as well as two programmes for concerts by the Choral Society of University College, Cardiff and the City of Cardiff College of Music and Drama (now the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama). The Club also arranged a visit of three Soviet artists including Kabalevsky.
Venues include: St John Baptist Church, Cardiff; Temple of Peace; The British Council Centre, St. Mary's Street; Reardon- Smith Lecture Theatre; Cory Hall
Artists include: Clifford Bunford; The College String Orchestra, Joseph Morgan; Choral Society of University College, Cardiff; Alun Hoddinott; Henry Holst; The Chamber Music Ensemble; Hubert Davies
Date range of collection
1952 - 1953
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Location Details

Cardiff Central Library
Frederick Street ,St. David's Link Cardiff CF1 4DT United Kingdom
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01222 382116
01222 238642 
Visiting Information
Monday to Friday - 9.00am to 6.00pm (Late night closing Thursday at 7.00pm) Saturday 9.00am to 5.30pm
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Cardif University (Prifysgol Caerdydd)Royal College of Music LondonMuseums, Libraries and Archives Council