30/11/00-13/12/00: Barry Douglas presented by the Music Network.
19/11/00: National Concert Hall: Dublin Orchestra Players with Finghin Collins 'Diamond Jubilee Concert'.
14/11/00 [plus duplicate]: Trinity College Chapel: Brian Boydell A Musical Celebration. Wordbook.
23/11/00-25/11/00: Fotoforum West, Innsbruck: Tiroler Ensemble für Neue Musik Internationale Konzert series Begegnungen.
11/12/00-17/12/00: Bru na Boinne Vistors Centre, Donore, Co. Meath; Droichead Arts Centre, Drogheda; Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern Art: Premiere of 'A Snail in My Prime' composed by Michael Holohan. Contains programme notes, biographies, a musical example and is signed by the composer.
16/11/00: National Gallery of Ireland: Concorde. Programme contains 4 Irish premieres.
Christmas/00: Restrevor: Music for 'Sleep Softly Tiny Child for unaccompanied angel' by Eibhlis Farrell.
26/11/00 [plus duplicate]: Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern Art: 'Sundays at noon Concert Series': Music for quartet, trios and solo cello presented by the Association of Irish Composers.
12/11/00 [plus 2 duplicates]: Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern Art: 'Sundays at noon Concert Series': Music for Percussion with the RIAM Percussion Ensemble presented by the Association of Irish Composers.
19/11/00 [plus duplicate]: Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern Art: 'Sundays at noon Concert Series': Music for Wind Ensemble with the psst wind quintet presented by the Association of Irish Composers.
5/11/00: Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern Art: 'Sundays at noon Concert Series': Music for piano with Owen Lorigan presented by the Association of Irish Composers.
24/11/00-26/11/00: Model Arts & Niland Gallery: Sligo Contemporary Music Festival: 'SeaNua'. Festival programme booklet.
17/11/00 [plus duplicate]: John Field Room: Clíona Doris. Contains programme notes and biographical notes.
21/11/00: University of Ulster School of Media and Performing Arts: Clíona Doris. Includes biographical note on performer.
21/12/00: Project, Space Upstairs: Crash Ensemble with Harry Sparnaay. Contains programme notes and wordbook.
9/11/00: Bank of Ireland Arts Centre: Bank of Ireland Mostly Modern Series: Conor Biggs and David Adams. Programme includes world premiere of 'Song Cycle, "O to be a Dragon"' by Kevin O'Connell. Wordbook.
16/11/: Shaw Room, The National Gallery: Concorde. Programme includes the Irish premiere of works by Ailís Ní Ríain, Rob Canning and David Fennessy.
24/11/00-26/11/00 [plus duplicate]: Model Arts & Niland Gallery: Sligo Contemporary Music Festival: 'SeaNua'. Programme listing of events.
- Adams, David -
- Association of Irish Composers -
- Bank Of Ireland Mostly Modern Festival -
- Biggs, Conor -
- Boydell, Brian -
- Canning, Rob -
- Collins, Finghin -
- Concorde -
- Contemporary Music Centre, Dublin -
- Corcoran, Frank -
- Crash Ensemble -
- Donohoe, Peter -
- Doris, Clíona -
- Douglas, Barry -
- Dublin Orchestral Players -
- Farrell, Eibhlis -
- Fennessy, David -
- Harding, Daniel -
- Holohan, Michael -
- Joyce, Joh Stanislaus -
- Lorigan, Owen -
- Music Network (Ireland) -
- National Chamber Choir of Ireland -
- Nederlands Blazers Ensemble -
- Ní Riaín, Aílis -
- O'Connell, Kevin -
- RIAM Percussion Ensemble -
- Slí Núa -
- Sligo Contemporary Music Festival -
- Sparnaay, Harry -
- Sundays At Noon Concert Series (Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern Art) -
- Tiroler Ensemble -
- Ulster orchestra 1966 -
- Bank of Ireland Arts Centre, Dublin
- Bru na Boinne Vistors Centre, Donore, Co. Meath
- Droichead Arts Centre
- Fotoforum West, Innsbruck
- Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern Art, Dublin
- John Field Room, National Concert Hall, Dublin
- Model Arts and Niland Gallery, Sligo
- National Concert Hall, Earlsford Terrace, Dublin
- National Gallery, Merrion Square, Dublin
- Playhouse, Derry
- Shaw Room, National Gallery of Ireland
- Space Upstairs, Project, Dublin
- St. Patrick's Hall, Dublin Castle
- Théâtre de la Fondation Pescatore, Luxembourg
- Trinity College Chapel, Dublin
- Ulster Hall and Annexe, Belfast
- University of Ulster School of Media and Performing Arts