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Hans Keller Archive concert programmes. Box J6: 1960's
Programmes for concerts which Keller either reveiwed or simply attended. Many are annotated and have press cuttings of reviews (not by Keller) attached. Some are handbills only and a few are brochures for the Cheltenham and Holland Festivals, Dartington Summer School and the Proms. The programmes span the 1960s.

Box J6: 1960s

Jun - July 1960. 1960 Holland Festival brochure
July - August 1960, Dartington Hall. 1960 Summer School brochure
July - August 1960, Royal Albert Hall. 1960 Promenade concerts brochure
17/08/1960, Royal Albert Hall, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, John Pritchard, Jörg Demus,
23/09/1960, Royal Festival Hall, Leningrad Symphony Orchestra, Eugene Mravinsky. Concert attended by Dmitri Shostakovich as programme included his 8th symphony
01/02/1961, Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, Concertgebouw Orkest, Hans Rosbaud, Robert Casadesus. Portrait of Rosbaud by Milein Cosman in programme
July 1961?, Goldsmiths' College, University of London. Little festival of new music, programme book
July - August 1961, Dartington Hall. 1961 Summer School brochure. Keller listed as a lecturer
03/09/1961, Usher Hall, Edinburgh, BBC Scottish Orchestra, Norman Del Mar, Elisabeth Søderstrøm,
29/09/1961, Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, Georg Solti. Walküre
29/10/1961, Royal Festival Hall, BBC Symphony Orchestra, BBC Chorus, Boys of the Schola Polyphonica, Igor Stravinsky,Vera Zorina, Loren Driscoll. Stravinsky, Perséphone. Conducted by the composer
15/11/1961, International Music Association, South Audley Street, Juilliard Quartet. Handbill. Annotations
Jul-62, Town Hall, Cheltenham. 1962 Cheltenham Festival brochure
06/12/1962, Westminster Abbey, BBC Symphony Orchestra, BBC Chorus, Meredith Davies, Heather Harper, Peter Pears, Vladimir Ruzdjak, Melos Ensemble. Britten, War Requiem, first London performance
12/12/1962, Royal Festival Hall, BBC Symphony Orchestra, Jacqueline Du Pré, Jean Martinon,
Sep-63, Leeds, 1963 Leeds International Piano competition programme. Hans Keller Deputy Chairman of adjudicators, Arthur Bliss Chairman
07/08/1964, Royal Albert Hall, London Symphony Orchestra, George Hurst, Elizabeth Fretwell, Erich Gruenberg,
13/08/1964, Royal Albert Hall, London Symphony Orchestra, Berthold Goldschmidt, Andor Foldes,
1964 - 1965, St. Mary-le-bow, Cheapside. Bow Bells concert leaflet
06/11/1964, Arts Council, St James's Square, SW1, John Alldis Choir male voices, John Alldis, Katherina Wolpe,
16/11/1964, Arts Council, St James's Square, Park Lane Group. Handbill
19/11/1964, Commonwealth Institute Theatre, W8, Leonardo Wind Quintet, London Octet, Jacques-Louis Monod. Handbill. Austrian Institute concert
09/12/1964, Friends House, Euston Road, University of London Orchestra, John Carewe,
02/01/1965, Morley College, English Chamber Orchestra, Edinburgh String Quartet, London Boy Singers, Peter Pears, Benjamin Britten, Barry Tuckwell, Robert Noble, David Gray, Donald Helps, Graham Treacher. Handbill for Michael Tippett 60th birthday concert
Jan - Mar 1965, BBC, London. BBC Third Programme quarterly plan
28/06/1965, Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, Georg, Solti. British premiere of Schonberg, Moses and Aaron
12/12/1965, Gaumont Theatre, Ipswich, John Ogdon,
21/10/1966, Sadler's Wells, Sadler's Wells Opera. No cast in programme. Two reviews attached, including Times 22/10/66
20/02/1968, Düsseldorf-Duisberg, Deutcher Oper am Rhein. Schoenberg, Moses und Aaron
23/02/1968, Camden School for Girls, Jane Gillie, Peter Cousins,
Jun-68, Holland, Deutcher Oper am Rhein. Schoenberg, Moses und Aaron. Part of 1968 Holland Festival
Jul-68, Town Hall, Cheltenham. 1968 Cheltenham Festival brochure
21/07/1968, Royal Albert Hall, English Chamber Orchestra, BBC Chorus, Wandsworth School Boys' Choir, Peter Schreier, John Shirley-Quirck, Elly Ameling, Janet Baker, Keith Engen, Karl Richter. Bach Matthew Passion
25/07/1968, Royal Albert Hall, BBC Symphony Orchestra, Edward Downes, BBC Chorus, Arthur Grumiaux, Ilse Hollweg, Francis Egerton, Gerald English, Robert Tear, Günter Reich, Neil Howlett, Otakar Kraus. Included Schoenberg, Jacob's ladder
26/07/1968, Royal Albert Hall, BBC Symphony Orchestra, Colin Davis, Lionel Rogg, Jean-Rodolphe Kars. Annotations in programme including "Posterity will be somewhat puzzled by my notes in concert programmes: invariably they're 'Eichen?' ".
04/12/1968, Royal Festival Hall, BBC Symphony Orchestra, Colin Davis, Artur Rubinstein. Notes included
14/02/1969, Queen Elizabeth Hall, English Chamber Orchestra, Hans Werner Henze, Kenneth Sillito, Peter Graeme, Gary Karr, Roy Hart, Philip Jones Brass Ensemble. Annotations in programme.
Jul-69, Town Hall, Cheltenham. 1969 Cheltenham Festival brochure
July - Sept 1969, Royal Albert Hall. 1969 Promenade Concerts brochure
23/07/1969, Royal Albert Hall, New Philharmonia Orchestra, Charles Mackerras, Sheila Armstrong, Janet Baker, Alexander Young, Max Van Egmond, BBC Chorus. Bach B minor mass
24/07/1969, Royal Albert Hall, BBC Symphony Orchestra, Colin Davis, Stephen Bishop,
14/08/1969, Royal Albert Hall, London Philharmonic Orchestra, London Philharmonic Choir,
BBC Choral Society, BBC Men's Chorus, Bernard Haitink, Vernon Handley, Margaret Price, Norma Procter. Included Mahler 2
21/08/1969, Royal Albert Hall, BBC Symphony Orchestra Chamber Ensemble, John Alldis Choir, Norman, Del Mar, John Alldis, John Ogdon, Brenda Lucas, Tristan Fry, James Holland, Roger Smalley. Annotations in programme
29/08/1969, Royal Albert Hall, New Philharmonia Orchestra, Jascha Horenstein. Annotations in programme
03/09/1969, Royal Albert Hall, BBC Symphony Orchestra, Reginald Goodall, Amadeus Quartet, Gervase de Peyer. Sketches on programme, probably by Milein Cosman
Date range of collection
1959 - 1969
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Cambridge University Library, Music Department
West Road Cambridge CB3 9DR United Kingdom
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