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Collection Description

Collection Title
Newman Papers (1935-1982)
Unique Identifier
PN
Description
The papers of the violoinist Philip Newman contain the following programmes for concerts of which he was part:

* Pollensa Festival [Spain] - August to September 1964
* Pollensa Festival [Spain] - August to September 1967 - contains photographs of Philip Newman and an article commemorating his life and work in Pollensa
* Auditorium Palma de Mallorca - 11/2/1970 - programme of concert Pearl Newman attended, signed to her by Maurice Gendron
* Carnegie Hall - 1979
* Pollensa Festival [Spain] - July to August 1981, signed for Pearl Newman by various artists appearing at the Festival
* Palma de Mallorca, Spain - 18/6/1982 - Orquestra Ciuda de Palma de Mallorca
* Free Trade Hall - 11/4/1935 - Philip Newman's debut recital at the Free Trade Hall
* Teatro Nacional de S. Carlos - 30/6/1941 - Philip Newman with the Orquestra Sinfonica de Emissora Nacional
* Portugal - 29/6/1945
* Salle des Fetes du Jardin Zoologique in Antwerp - 5/3/1952
* Palais des Beaux Arts in Brussels - 1/10/1952 - L'Orchestre National de Belgique
* Bayer, Germany - 15/1/1953 - Bayer Philharmoniker
* Donnerstag, Germany - 7/5/1953
* Elisabethville, Belgian Congo - 18/12/1955
* Benoni, South Africa - 14/2/1956 - South African Broadcasting Commission Orchestra
* Brussels, Belgium - 11/4/1957 - programme for the 11th Gala de la Bienfaisance sent to Philip Newman by Josse Gits
* Spa, Belgium - 7/1958 - The Eugene Ysaye International Violin Festival
* Teatro Lirico, Palma de Mallorca - 1/2/1959
* Sala Born, Spain - 6/12/1956 - Jose Maria Roma
* Gerona, Spain - 9/5/1961 - Jose Maria Roma
* Brussels, Belgium - 24/3/1964 - Charles Hens. Includes handwritten note from Philip Newman to Queen Elizabeth
* Laurenco Marques, Mozambique - 9/2/1956 - signed by Philip Newman to the Governor General of Mozambique [?]
Format
Date range of collection
1935 - 1982
Accumulation Dates
-
Suggested Audience
Not Specific
This collection is about

Location Details

Royal Northern College of Music
124 Oxford Road Manchester M13 9RD United Kingdom
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0161 9075211
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Membership fee; photocopying
Collections Overview
The Library's primary purpose is to support the work of the College in teaching, learning, performance and research through the timely provision to students and staff of appropriate resources in printed audio, video and online formats.
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Additional Collection Information

Accrual Status
open
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Cardif University (Prifysgol Caerdydd)Royal College of Music LondonMuseums, Libraries and Archives Council