9/2/70 & 11/2/70: Trinity College Chapel: Michael Weedle and David Milne with the Chapel Choir and Instrumentalists. Flyer.
9/2/70: Trinity College Chapel: Michael Weedle.
11/2/70: Trinity College Chapel: David Milne with the Chapel Choir and Instrumentalists.
27/2/70: Examination Hall, TCD: 'Renaissance songs and dances' performed by Margaret Wilson, Jennifer Robinson, Andrew Robinson, David Milne and Barra Boydell; Mass by Eric Sweeney (first complete performance) performed by the Chapel Choir of Trinity College Dublin, Renée Kingston, Margaret Wilson, Adrian Brunton, Bernard Linnemann and David Milne.
25/4/: Examination Hall, Trinity College Dublin: Marie Claude Werchowski presented by the Cultural Service of the French Embassy and the Alliance Francaise of Dublin. Invitation.
25/5/: Trinity College Chapel: James Dalton.
23/5/70: Examination Hall, Trinity College: 'Musica Reservata - Recital of Mediaeval Music' presented by the Dublin University Central Music Committee. Accompanied by wordsheet.
25/5/70: Trinity College Chapel: James Dalton. [different to other]
27/5/70: University of Dublin Trinity College Chapel: College Singers.
27/6/: Examination Hall, Trinity College: New Irish Chamber Orchestra. Flyer.
10/7/70: Examination Hall, Trinity College: New Irish Chamber Orchesra. Contains programme notes.
28/11/70 [plus duplicate]: Examination Hall, Trinity College: New Irish Chamber Orchestra presented by the University Philosophical Society.
17/11/: Trinity College Chapel: Eric Sweeney. Flyer.
21/11/: Examination Hall, Trinity College: Jupiter Ensemble. Flyer.
26/11/: Trinity College Dublin: David Lumsden.
11/12/70: Trinity College Chapel: The Chapel Choir, the College Singers directed by David Milne. Contains programme notes.
30/1/70: [plus duplicate]: Wexford Mini Festival. Festival programme booklet. Contains programme and biographical notes and words.
7/3/70: [location unknown]: Anne Howells and John Constable. [Part of the Wexford Mini Festival].
7/3/70: [location unknown]: Narciso Yepes. [Part of the Wexford Mini Festival].
8/3/70: [location unknown]: Peter Katin. [Part of the Wexford Mini Festival].
11/9/70-13/9/70: Wexford: Festival of Living Music. Events listing.
13/9/70: Theatre Royal, Wexford: RTE Light Orcestra.
Slieve Fest programmes:
4/4/70-5/4/70: Slieve Donard Hotel: The Ulster Orchestra presented by Grand Metropolitan Hotels.
4/4/70-5/4/70: Slieve Donard Hotel, Newcastle, Co. Down: The Slieve Feast of music, food and wine. Leaflet containing festival events listing.
Stolow Quartet concerts:
[date and location unknown]: Stolow String Quartet.
7/4/70: [location unknown]: The Stolow Quartet. Part of the Dublin Arts Festival 70.
3/5/70: Castletown: The Dublin Baroque Players presented by the Irish Georgian Society. Includes programme notes.
10/5/70: Castletown House, Celbridge: College Singers presented by the Irish Georgian Society.
19/7/70: Castletown: Dublin Festival Choir. Ticket.
6/9/70-27/9/70: Castletown House: Andrian Vale, Anne Makower, Christopher Fitz-Simon with John O'Conor. 'The Sheridans'.
24/12/: Castletown: Dublin Boy Singers presented by the Irish Georgian Society.
Metropolitan Hall concerts:
15/4/70: Metropolitan Hall: Stedfast Band Annual Concert with the Lindsay Singers.
13/6/70: Metropolitan Hall: Dublin Orchestral Players '30th Anniversary Concert'.
St. Mary's Church, Haddington Rd. concerts:
10/3/: St. Mary's Church, Haddington Road: Gerard Gillen and St. Mary's Church Choir.
8/6/70: St. Mary's Church, Haddington Road: Gerard Gillen.
15/7/70: St. Mary's Church, Haddington Road: Eric Sweeney.
29/7/70: St. Mary's Church, Haddington Road: Robert Munns.
National Stadium concerts:
13/5/70 & 16/5/70: National Stadium, Dublin: Our Lady's Choral Society Silver Jubilee Concerts with the RTE Symphony Orchestra. Wordbook.
8/7/70: National Stadium: Terrance Molloy.
18/12/70: National Stadium: Our Lady's Choral Society with the RTE Symphony Orchestra.
St. Patrick's Cathedral concerts:
8/4/70: St. Patrick's Cathedral: Fernando Germani.
[date unknown]: St. Patrick's Cathedral. Francis Jackson. Contains programme notes.
Peacock Theatre concerts:
5/7/70: Peacock Theatre, Dublin: 'An evening of poetry & music'.
18/10/: Peacock Theatre: Grainne Yeats 'A Carolan Evening'.
2/5/70: RDS Concert Hall: Rita Streich with Geoffrey Parsons presented by the International Record Lending Library. Includes biographical note on the performer.
20/10/70: RDS Concert Hall: Elisabeth Schwarzkopf with Geoffrey Parsons. Wordbook.
Gaiety Theatre concerts:
22/3/70: Gaiety Theatre: Guinness Choir, RTE Singers & Choral Society, RTE Symphony Orchestra, Marjorie Wright, Bernadette Greevy, Louis Browne and Jaroslav Horacek presented by RTE. Wordbook.
26/10/70: Gaiety Theatre: 'an Irish Orchestra' conducted by Henry Mancini and Elmer Bernstein in aid of the John F Kennedy Memorial Concert Hall.
10/2/70: Church of the Holy Trinity, Waterford: The Waterford Singers.
1/12/70: Church of the Sacred Heart, Waterford: The Waterford Singers.
Music Association of Ireland concerts:
1/10/: St. Flannan's Cathedral, Killaloe: Anne Woodworth and Veronica McSwiney presented by the Music Association of Ireland, the Killaloe & Ballina Development Association and the Irish Countrywomans' Association. Poster.
8/10/: Royal College of Physicians: Edward Beckett with Veronica McSwiney presented by the Music Association of Ireland. Contains biographical notes on composers.
13/1/70: Liberty Hall, Dublin: John Williams.
22/2/70: County Hall, Mullingar: Mullingar Choir presented by the Mullingar Choral Society.
22/2/: Abbey Theatre Dublin: Great National Singing Contest 'The Voice of Ireland'.
[date and location unknown]: The Athenian Guitar Duo.
9/3/70: St. Patrick's Training College, Drumcondra: Rudolf Buchbinder presented by the Irish Austrian Society.
12/3/: Adelaide Road Presbyterian Church: The Trostan Singers.
27/4/70: Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin: Melville Cook presented by the Leinster Society of Organists and Choirmasters. Flyer.
29/4/70-3/5/70: Cork International Choral and Folk Dance Festival. Festival programme booklet. Accompanied by sheet delineating corrections to the programme.
2/6/: [location unknown]: John Gibson.
3/6/70: St. Patrick's Cathedral: Gerard Gillen.
[date and location unknown]: Ulster Orchestra, and the Choir of Limerick Choral Union presented by the Limerick Choral Union. Wordbook and programme notes.
9/6/70: Training College Hall, S.C. Road, Limerick: The Amadeus String Quartet presented by the Limerick Music Associtaion. Flyer.
4/6/70: St. Nicholas House, Rostrevor Road, Rathgar: Bruce Flegg with Jeannie Reddin.
8/6/70: SMU: Timothy Pearson, Charles Ransom and Celene Staveley. Annotated.
Summer/70: [location unknown]: Alverno College Choir and Saint Joseph's College Choirs and Band, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA European Concert Tour.
20/6/-21/6/: Abbey Theatre: Irish National Opera' Twelfth Night' by James Wilson. Includes programme and biographical notes.
[date and location unknown]: Mimura Harp Ensemble Tokyo: Ireland-Japan Society Recital Programme.
17/7/70: Jubilee Hall: [performers unknown].
12/9/70: Design Centre: Kilkenny: Nora Vaughan, George Vaughan [and Peter Leippe]. Flyer and programme booklet/wordbook
17/9/70: St. Werburgh's Church, Dublin: Gerard Gillen.
16/10/70-17/10/70: St. Patrick's College, Dublin: the Vienna Boys Choir.
13/11/70: Christ Church Rathgar: Eric Sweeney and St. Sepulchre's Consort for Old Music. Contains programme notes.
[date unknown]: Player-Wills Theatre, Dublin: Hamburg State Opera.
11/12/70: Methodist Centenary Church: Messiah.
10/12/: City of Dublin Vocational Education Committee Students' Union College of Music: Mary Gallagher and Veronica McSwiney.
19/12/: Adelaide Road Presbyterian Church: Trostan Singers.
[date and location unknown]: Karl Wolfram.
5/12/70: Muckross Park, Marlborough Road, Donnybrook: Dublin Orchestral Players.
10/1/[year unknown]-15/3/[year unknown]: Belfast: Beethoven Bicentenary Festival. Souvenir festival programme booklet.
Collection includes miscellanous programmes with no details of dates, locations or performers; miscellaneous wordsheets; Slieve Donard hotel leaflet; correspondence; press cuttings; press releases; film programmes; a Macra na Feirme cabaret programme; an Oireachtas clar for 1970.
- Acton, Charles -
- Alliance de Française de Dublin -
- Alverno College Choir -
- Amadeus String Quartet -
- Athenian Guitar Duo -
- Beckett, Edward -
- Beethoven Bicentenary Festival -
- Bernstein, Elmer -
- Boydell, Barra -
- Browne, Louis -
- Brunton, Adrian -
- Buchbinder, Rudolf -
- Consort of St. Sepulchre -
- Constable, John -
- Cook, Melville -
- Cork International Choral & Folk Dance Festival -
- Cultural Service of the French Embassy (Ireland) -
- Dalton, James -
- Dublin Arts Festival -
- Dublin Baroque Players -
- Dublin Boy Singers -
- Dublin Festival Choir -
- Dublin Orchestral Players -
- Dublin Unversity Central Music Committee -
- Fitz-Simon, Christopher -
- Flegg, Bruce -
- Gallagher, Mary -
- Germani, Fernando -
- Gibson, John -
- Gillen, Gerard -
- Greevy, Bernadette 1940 -
- Guinness Choir -
- Hamburg State Opera -
- Horacek, Jaroslav -
- Howells, Anne -
- Ireland-Japan Society -
- Irish Countrywoman's Association -
- Irish Georgian Society -
- Irish-Austrian Society -
- Jupiter Ensemble -
- Katin, Peter -
- Killaloe and Ballina Development Association -
- Kingston, Reneé -
- Leinster Society of Organists & Choirmasters -
- Leippe, Peter -
- Limerick Choral Union Choir -
- Limerick Choral Union -
- Limerick Music Association -
- Lindsay Singers -
- Linnemann, Bernard -
- Lumsden, David -
- Macra na Feirme -
- Makower, Anne -
- Mancini, Henry -
- McSwiney, Veronica -
- Milne, David -
- Mimura Harp Ensemble Toyko -
- Molloy, Terrance -
- Mullingar Choir -
- Mullingar Choral Society -
- Munns, Robert -
- Music Association of Ireland -
- New Irish Chamber Orchestra -
- O'Conor, John -
- Our Lady's Choral Society -
- Parsons, Geoffrey -
- Pearson, Timothy -
- Ransom, Charles -
- Reddin, Jeannie -
- Robinson, Andrew -
- Robinson, Jennifer -
- RTÉ Choral Society -
- RTÉ Light Orchestra -
- RTÉ Living Music Festival -
- RTÉ Singers -
- RTÉ Symphony Orchestra -
- RTÉ -
- Schwarzkopf, Elisabeth -
- Slieve Fest -
- St. Joseph's College Band -
- St. Joseph's College Choir -
- St. Mary's Church Choir, Haddington Road -
- Staveley, Celene -
- Stedfast Brass Band -
- Stolow Quartet -
- Streich, Rita -
- Sweeney, Eric -
- Trinity College Chapel Choir -
- Trinity College Chapel Instrumentalists -
- Trostan Singers -
- Ulster orchestra 1966 -
- University of Dublin Philosophical Society -
- Vale, Andrian -
- Vaughan, George -
- Vaughan, Nora -
- Vienna Boys' Choir -
- Waterford Singers -
- Weedle, Michael -
- Werchowski, Marie Claude -
- Wexford Mini-Festival -
- Williams, John -
- Wilson, James -
- Wilson, Margaret -
- Woodworth, Anne -
- Wright, Marjorie -
- Yeats, Grainne -
- Yepes, Narciso -
- Abbey Theatre, Dublin
- Adelaide Road Presbyterian Church
- Castletown House, Celbridge, Co. Kildare
- Christ Church, Rathgar
- Church of the Holy Family, Waterford
- Church of the Sacred Heart, Waterford
- City of Dublin VEC College of Music
- County Hall, Mullingar
- Design Centre, Kilkenny
- Examination Hall, Trinity College Dublin
- Jubilee Hall, Dublin
- Liberty Hall, Dublin
- Metropolitan Hall, Lower Abbey Street
- Muckross Park, Marlborough Road, Donnybrook
- National Stadium, South Circular Road, Dublin
- Peacock Theatre, Dublin
- Player Wills Theatre, South Circular Road
- RDS Concert Hall
- Royal College of Physicians, Kildare Street
- Slieve Donard Hotel
- St. Flannan's Cathedral, Killaloe
- St. Mary's Church, Haddington Road, Dublin
- St. Nicholas House, Rostrevor Road, Rathgar
- St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin
- St. Patrick's College, Dublin
- St. Patrick's Training College, Druncondra
- St. Werburgh's Church, Derby
- Theatre Royal, Wexford
- Training College Hall, SC Road, Limerick
- Trinity College Chapel, Dublin