18/11/06-25/11/06: National Concert Hall, Dublin; Leisureland, Galway; University Concert Hall, Limerick; City Hall, Cork; Institute of Technology, Waterford: National Symphony Orchestra Tour. Members of the Orchestral delineated. Contains programme notes.
5/11/05 [photocopy]: Mahony Hall, The Helix, Dublin: The Association of Irish Musical Societies (AIMS) 'Applause, celebrating 40 years of musical theatre performance'.
11/11/05: Printing House, Trinity College, Dublin: John Feeley and William Dowdall presented by the CMC New Music Salon. Premiere of Ian Wilson's 'Tern/Icarus'.
2/11/05-12/11/05: Ensemble Nordlys presented by the Music Network.
2/12/05-4/12/05: Aula Maxima, NUI Maynooth: Ear Ensemble 'Sounds Electric '05'. Fesival programme booklet containing biographies on composers and performers and programme notes on works performed.
2/11/05-31/12/05: National Concert Hall: Programme booklet containing information on all of the concerts held during the season.
12/12/05: The Warehouse, London: Crash Ensemble 'The Cutting Edge 2005'. UK premieres of Donnacha Dennehy's 'Streetwalker', Kevin Volans' '1000 Bars' and Andrew Hamilton's 'I like things'.
25/11/05-27/11/05: St. Mary's Church, Ardee and Court Room, Ardee Castle: Irish Baroque Orchestra and the Irish Consort 'Ardee Baroque - Border Crossings'. Contains information on all of the events during the festival including biographies and programme notes.
8/12/05: Contemporary Music Centre: The Mornington Singers 'Christmas Carols'. Members of choir delineated.
6/12/: Printing House, Trinity College: Callino Quartet.
30/11/05: Goethe Institut, 37 Merrion Square: 'Five new works for Piano Percussion & Tape' performed by May McCague, Paul G. Smith, Aengus Ó Maoláin, Benedict Schlepper-Connolly and Garret Sholdice and presented by The Young Composers Collective (YCC). [and invitation].
12/11/05: Millennium Hall, City Hall, Cork: Cork Children's Chorus. Premiere of C.S.L. Parker's 'Ships and Waltzes'.
2/12/05-4/12/05: Aula Maxima, National University of Ireland, Maynooth: EAR Ensemble 'Sounds Electric '05'
3/12/05: Aula Maxima, NUI Maynooth: Tympanum 'Sounds Electric '05'.
3/11/05-22/11/05: National Gallery of Ireland; St. George's Church, Belfast: The National Chamber Choir 'Audible Landscapes Series'.
17/12/05-9/2/06: Bank of Ireland Arts Centre: Mostly Modern Series 2005-2006. Programme listings for the events of the season. World premiere of Siobhán Cleary's 'DiaMorph' and Irish Premiere of Jose Luis Turina's 'Cuarteto Con Piano'.
4/12/05-22/12/05: Temple Bar Square; Bank of Ireland Arts Centre; Handel's Courtyard, Fishamble Street: Concerts as part of the Christmas Events in Temple Bar Dublin's Cultural Quarter.
17/11/05-27/11/05: 28th Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival.
18/11/05: National Concert Hall: National Symphony Orchestra. World premiere of Raymond Deane's 'Samara'.
Contains press releases and web-page print-offs.
- Association of Irish Musical Societies (AIMS) -
- Callino Quartet -
- Cleary, Siobhán -
- Contemporary Music Centre, Dublin -
- Crash Ensemble -
- Deane, Raymond -
- Dennehy, Donnacha -
- Dowdall, William -
- Ear Ensemble -
- Ensemble Nordlys -
- Feeley, John -
- Hamilton, Andrew -
- Irish Baroque Orchestra -
- Irish Consort -
- McCague, May -
- Mornington Singers -
- Music Network (Ireland) -
- National Chamber Choir of Ireland -
- National Symphony Orchestra (Ireland) -
- New Music Salon -
- Ó Maoláin, Aengus -
- Parker, Charles Stephen Lawrence -
- Schlepper-Connolly, Benedict -
- Sholdice, Garrett -
- Smith, Paul G. -
- Turina, Jose Luis -
- Volans, Kevin -
- Wilson, Ian -
- Young Composers Collective (YCC) -
- Aula Maxima, National University of Ireland, Maynooth
- Bank of Ireland Arts Centre, Dublin
- City hall, Cork
- Contemporary Music Centre, Dublin
- Court Room, Ardee Castle
- Goethe Institute, 37 Merrion Square, Dublin 2
- Leisureland, Galway
- Mahony Hall, The Helix, Dublin
- Millenium Hall, City Hall, Cork
- National Concert Hall, Earlsford Terrace, Dublin
- National Gallery, Merrion Square, Dublin
- Printing House, Trinity College, Dublin
- St. Mary's Church, Ardee
- Temple Bar Square, Dublin
- University Concert Hall, Limerick
- Warehouse, Waterloo, London
- Waterford Institute of Technology