10/4/: Limerick: Vienna Philharmonic Orhestra. Flyer.
22/3/69-23/3/69: St. Patrick's College: The Vienna Boys Choir presented by the Irish-Austrian Society and the Anglo-Austrian Music Society. Contains biographical notes.
20/3/69: Examination Hall, Trinity College: Dowland Consort presented by L'Alliance Francaise de Dublin. Accompanied by wordsheets.
20/3/69: St. Mary's Church, Haddington Road: Gerard Gillen and St. Mary's Church Choir.
[date and location unknown]: The Dublin Baroque Players with Arthur Agnew.
18/3/[year unknown]: St. Bartholomew's Church: St. Andrew's University Renaissance Group. Includes programme notes.
17/12/: Adelaide Road Presbyterian Church: Trostan Singers.
14/12/69: Abbey Theatre: Lindsay Singers. Accompanied by music for audience participation.
12/12/69: Methodist Centenary Church: Messiah.
12/12/69: Ely Hall, Ely Place: Dublin Baroque Players. Includes programme notes.
7/12/: Itinerant Settlement Week. Includes concerts on 11/12/69 in RDS Concert Hall: Tamas Vasary & 14/12/69: Gaiety Theatre: All Star Folk Concert.
11/12/: St. Bartholomew's Church: Graham Anderson.
6/12/69: St. Bartholomew's Church: Dublin Orchestral Players.
6/12/69: RIAM Westland Row: Dublin Festival Choir. Wordsheet.
4/12/: City of Dublin Vocational Educational Committee: Students' Union College of Music: Hilary O'Donovan and Mary Ellison.
[date and location unknown]: Shura Cherkassy presented by the Rehabilitation Institute.
24/11/69: Trinity College Chapel: William Watson.
20/11/69: Harty Room: Ulster Soloists Ensemble.
22/3/69: Assembly Hall, Limerick: Paul Tortelier with Geoffrey Pratley presented by the Limerick Music Association. Contains biographical and programme notes.
30/3/69: Examination Hall, Trinity College: College of Music Students' Union Chamber Orchestra.
30/3/69: Gaiety Theatre: the music of Peadar Ó Doirnín presented by Comóradh an Fhile.
[date and location unknown]: Les Petits Chanteurs de Saint-Germain-Des-Pres presented by the Cultural Service of the French Embassy.
8/4/: Trinity College Chapel: David Lee.
13/4/69: Sligo: Feis Shligigh Prizewinners' Concert (Senior and Junior).
11/4/69: Metropolitan Hall: Stedfast Band. Accompanied by information sheet for audience feedback.
16/4/69: Christ Church, Leeson Park: Gerard Gillen.
22/4/69: Trinity College Chapel: Joseph Groocock.
25/4/69: Christ Church, Leeson Park: Cathedral Consort of Belfast with David Lee and David McConnell.
[date unknown]: Dublin Superama Theatre, Talbot Street: Mariemma and the Ballet de Espana and the Chorus of the Vienna State Opera and the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Karajan. 'Carmen'.
30/4/69-4/5/69 [plus duplicate]: Cork International Choral and Folk Dance Festival. Festival programme booklet.
6/5/69: Church of the Holy Family, Waterford: the Waterford Singers, the Waterford Orchestral Players.
14/5/69:OLM Carysfort: Nun's Choir and Girl's Choir.
18/5/69: Hibernian Hotel: Marie Jones.
1969: Clongowes Wood College: Musical Society of Clongowes Wood College.
20/3/69: Trinity College Chapel: David Milne and the Chapel Choir.
[date and location unknown]: Holy Child School, Killiney and St. Columba's College, Rathfarnham.
7/6/69: Metropolitan Hotel: Dublin Orchestral Players.
15/6/69: Castletown: Dublin Baroque Players. Contains programme notes.
22/6/69-29/6/69: Parish Church of Saint Bartholomew, Clyde Road. Events listings.
[date and location unknown]: Irish National Opera 'Barber of Seville'.
27/7/69: Castletown House: Dublin Festival Choir.
18/9/: St. Victor's Church, Donore Avenue: William Watson.
[date and location unknown]: 'Agnes Bernelle and Michael Dress Entertain Music by Michael Dress'.
9/10/-10/10/: Leinster Room, Royal Marine Hotel, Dun Laoghaire: [Mr. E. Davis] Demonstration and recital on the Conn Electronic Pipe Organ. Invitation.
[14/10/60: Presentation Hall, Green Lane]: Hillary O'Donovan, Eileen Donlon and Mary Ellison.
[date and location unknown]: 'Agnes Bernelle in A century of satirical songs based on the works of Berthold Brecht, Frank Wedekind Klabund, Adrian Mitchell etc. with music by Kurt Weill and Michael Dress; at the piano George Hodnett'.
21/10/69: The Parish Church of Saint Bartholomew, Clyde Road: Martin White.
25/11/69-26/11/69: White's Hotel, Wexford: RTE Singers and Chamber Orchestra. 'The Pied Piper of Hamelin' by James Wilson. Flyer.
26/10/69: [location unknown]: Walter Klein.
28/10/69: St. Francis Xavier Hall: RTE Light Orchestra and the RTE Symphonic Group.
27/10/69: Trinity College Chapel: Arnold McKiernan.
2/11/69: Castletown House: Sasha Abrams, Dan Klein and Peter Alexander.
4/samhain/69: Halla na Coirme RDS: Ceolfhoireann Éadrom RTÉ, Cantairí RTÉ, Mary Sheridan, Charles Lynch and Leo Rowsome; part of Oireachtas Ceolchoirm na Féile.
8/11/69: Examination Hall, Trinity College: Dowland Consort. 'Farewell Recital'.
10/11/69: Trinity College Chapel: FCJ Swanton.
11/11/69: Carlow Cathedral: [Karl Seeldrayers].
14/11/69: Baroque Room, National Gallery: Pierre Huybregts and Hugo Travers.
23/1/69: Royal Hibernian Hotel, Dawson Street: Grainne and Michael Yeats presented by the Yeats Association. Ticket.
[date and location unknown]: Ógra Ceoil: Violet Twomey, Brian O'Rourke and Gillian Smith.
13/2/: St. Bartholomew's Church: David Lee 'recital of Baroque and Contempoaray organ music'.
27/4/69: St. Dympna's Hall, Carlow: RTE Symphony Orchestra Group with the Carlow Choral Union.
20/2/: City of Dublin Vocational Education Committee Students' Union College of Music: Mary Sheridan with John O'Conor. Wordsheet.
[date and location unknown]: 'The Musical World of Brecht' programme and programme notes.
28/2/69: Chapel of Trinity College Dublin: Ralph Downes. Inaugural Recital of the new organ.
[date and location unknown]: SMU Concert of 20th Century Music.
Collection includes timetable of competitions for Sligo Feis Ceoil 1969, correspondence, programmes for musical and theatre performances, leaflets for lectures, film programmes, a leaflet for the Yeats Association, miscellaneous wordsheets.
- Abrams, Sasha -
- Acton, Charles -
- Agnew, Arthur -
- Alexander, Peter -
- Anderson, Graham -
- Anglo-Austrian Music Society -
- Bernelle, Agnes -
- Carlow Choral Union -
- Cherkassky, Shura -
- Comóradh an Fhile -
- Cork International Choral & Folk Dance Festival -
- Cultural Service of the French Embassy (Ireland) -
- Davis, E. -
- Donlon, Eileen -
- Dowland Consort -
- Downes, Ralph -
- Dress, Michael -
- Dublin Baroque Players -
- Dublin Festival Choir -
- Dublin Orchestral Players -
- Ellison, Mary -
- Feis Ceoil (later Siemens [Nixdorf] Feis Ceoil) -
- Feis Shligigh -
- Gillen, Gerard -
- Groocock, Joseph -
- Hodnett, George -
- Huybregts, Pierre -
- Irish National Opera -
- Irish-Austrian Society -
- Jones, Marie -
- Karajan, Herbert von 1908 - 1989
- Klabund, Frank Wedekind -
- Klein, Dan -
- Klein, Walter -
- Lee, David -
- Les Petits Chanteurs de Saint-Germain-Des-Pres -
- Limerick Music Association -
- Lindsay Singers -
- Lynch, Charles -
- McConnell, David -
- McKiernan, Arnold -
- Milne, David -
- Mitchell, Adrian -
- Musical Society of Clongowes Wood College -
- Ó Doirnín, Peadar -
- O'Conor, John -
- O'Donovan, Hilary -
- Ógra Ceoil -
- Oireachtas Ceolchoirm na Féile -
- O'Rourke, Brian -
- Pratley, Geoffrey -
- Rowsome, Leo -
- RTÉ Chamber Orchestra -
- RTÉ Light Orchestra -
- RTÉ Singers -
- RTÉ Symphonic Group -
- Seeldrayers, Karl -
- Sheridan (de Brun), Mary -
- Smith, Gillian -
- St. Andrew's University Renaissance Group -
- St. Mary's Church Choir, Haddington Road -
- Stedfast Brass Band -
- Swanton, FCJ -
- Tortelier, Paul -
- Travers, Hugo -
- Trinity College Chapel Choir -
- Trinity College of Music Students' Union Chamber Orchestra -
- Trostan Singers -
- Twomey, Violet -
- Ulster Soloists' Ensemble -
- Vasary, Tamas -
- Vienna Boys' Choir -
- Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra -
- Vienna State Opera Chorus -
- Waterford Orchestral Players -
- Waterford Singers -
- Watson, William J. -
- White, Martin -
- Wilson, James -
- Yeats Association -
- Yeats, Grainne -
- Yeats, Michael -
- Abbey Theatre, Dublin
- Adelaide Road Presbyterian Church
- Assembly Hall, Limerick
- Baroque Room, National Gallery of Ireland
- Carlow Cathedral
- Castletown House, Celbridge, Co. Kildare
- Christ Church, Leeson Park, Dublin
- Church of the Holy Family, Waterford
- City of Dublin VEC College of Music
- Clongowes Wood College
- Dublin Superama Theatre, Talbot Street
- Ely Hall, 7 Ely Place, Dublin
- Examination Hall, Trinity College Dublin
- Queen's University Belfast: Harty Room
- Hibernian Hotel, Dublin
- Leinster Room, Royal Marine Hotel, Dun Laoghaire
- Limerick, Ireland
- Methodist Centenary Church, St. Stephen's Green
- Metropolitan Hall, Lower Abbey Street
- OLM Carysfort
- Presentation Hall, Green Lane
- RDS Concert Hall
- Royal Hibernian Hotel, Dublin
- Royal Irish Academy of Music
- St. Bartholomew's Church, Clyde Road, Dublin
- St. Dympna's Hall, Carlow
- St. Francis Xavier Hall, Upper Sherrard Street
- St. Mary's Church, Haddington Road, Dublin
- St. Patrick's College, Dublin
- St. Victor's Church, Donore Avenue
- Trinity College Chapel, Dublin
- White's Hotel, Wexford