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Collection Description

Collection Title
Trinity College of Music Concerts (1988-99)
Description
A collection of handbills, programmes and other material relating to performances given under the auspices of Trinity College of Music between 1988 and 2000, held as 9 folders and divided as follows:

Folder 1: September 1988-July 1990
Folder 2: October 1990-December 1991
Folder 3: January 1992-July 1993
Folder 4: April 1995- [March 1997]
Folder 5: TCM Concerts [December 1998-May 1999]
Folder 6: January 1993–December 1994
Folder 7: 1995–1996
Folder 8: 1997–1999
Folder 9: 2000

Information given in [ ] is provided as a supplement to that given on the labels to the folders.

1. Handbills/programmes
Each folder includes a large number of handbills/programmes for performances given at the Hinde Street [Methodist] Church, Marylebone and at Trinity College of Music.

Those at the former were typically chamber/small-ensemble performances, including repertory from early music through to jazz. Those at Trinity College were generally described as Students' Concerts/Workshops.

In some cases, a specific location within the College is cited, including the Barbirolli Lecture Theatre and, less frequently, the Bantock Room.

Documentation for these venues is largely limited to handbills/single-sheet programmes, although these are occasionally supplemented with additional notes/wordsheets. All programmes provide detailed information regarding the performers, including, where appropriate, lists of the chamber ensembles.


2. Programme books
All folders also includes programme books for larger-scale performances (choral and orchestral), given by ensembles associated with Trinity College, such as the Symphony Orchestra, Sinfonia, Chamber Orchestra and Chorus.

The most consistently cited venues are as follows:
- St. Martin-in-the-Fields
- St. James's Church, Sussex Gardens
- St. James's Church, Piccadilly
- St John's Smith Square
- Southwark Cathedra

These documents typically including historical, descriptive and biographical notes. Many include photographs and some provide lists of the choral and/or orchestral ensembles.


3. Theatrical/operatic productions
In addition to concert programmes, the first five of these folders include documentation for theatrical and/or operatic productions, including those by the Moveable Theatre Ensemble and the Music Theatre Group, given at the Rudolf Steiner Theatre, London.
Format
Date range of collection
1988 - 1999
Accumulation Dates
-
Suggested Audience
Not Specific
Associated People or Organisations

Location Details

Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, Jerwood Library of the Performing Arts
Greenwich,King Charles Court, Old Royal Naval College London SE10 9JF
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Telephone
0208 305 3951
Visiting Information
Photocopying and printing
Collections Overview
The Jerwood Library supports Trinity's mission to prepare informed performers of the highest calibre. Its core business is to provide all the information resources and music materials that students need to attain the high standard required by their courses. It is also a research library with collections of international significance. The establishment of the Jerwood Library, which opened in September 2001, was made possible through the generosity of the Jerwood Foundation [www.jerwood.org.uk].
For details of other collections held at the same location: See the location record

Additional Collection Information

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