18/12/71: Examination Hall, Trinity College: Clara Bonaldi, Sylvaine Billier and Raphael Sommer presented by Le Service Culturel de l'Ambassade de France et L'Alliance Francaise de Dublin.
29/10/71: Examination Hall: Guillermo Fierens presented by Dublin University Music Society.
30/10/: Examination Hall, Trinity College: Chantal Mathieu.
17/11/71: Examination Hall, Trinity College Dublin: Jennifer Robinson, Andrew Robinson and John O'Sullivan 'to celebrate the bicentenary of the Trinity College Kirckman Harpsichord' presented by the University of Dublin Central Music Committee.
4/12/71: Examination Hall, Trinity College: Dublin Orchestral Players. Flyer.
7/12/71: Examination Hall, Trinity College: Tallaght Choral Society and the Dublin Baroque Players presented by the Dublin University Philosophical Society. Poster.
3/2/71: Trinity College Chapel: Neil Wade.
23/2/71: Trinity College Chapel: Frank Hughes.
15/2/: Trinity College: New Irish Chamber Orchestra presented by the University Philosophical Sociey and the Italian Cultural Institute. Flyer.
20/4/71: Trinity College Chapel: John O'Sullivan.
5/3/71: Aula Maxima, Newman House: RTE Symphony Orchestra presented by the Colaiste na h-Ollscoile Baile Atha Cliath Music Society.
12/5/71: 5 Trinity College Dublin: Contemporary American Piano Music.
15/2/71: New Irish Chamber Orchestra presented by the University Philosophical Society and the Istituto Italiano di Cultura.
2/10/71: City Hall, Cork: Suzuki Talent Education Tour presented by the City of Cork Vocational Educaton Tour.
21/12/: Christchurch, Cork: Music Department UCC.
28/4/71-2/5/71: Cork International Choral and Folk Dance Festival. Festival programme booklet.
Methodist Centenary Church concerts:
14/12/71: Methodist Centenary Church: Messiah.
21/3/: Methodist Centenary Church: Judy Woodworth, Anne Woodworth, Thomas Wilson and Brian Pasley. 'An evening medition through music'.
Slieve Fest concerts:
27/3/71: Slieve Donard Hotel: Ulster Orchestra. Contains programme notes.
27/32/71-28/3/71: Slieve Donard Hotel, Newcastle, Co. Down: The Second Slieve Fest of music, food and wine. Leaflet of events listings.
18/2/: RDS Hall: Alfredo Campoli. Part of the Dublin Arts Festival 71.
20/2/71: RDS Concert Hall & 21/2/71: Whitla Hall, Belfast: Janet Baker and Martin Isepp.
1/5/71: RDS Concert Hall: Gerard Souzay. Wordbook.
26/9/: Castletown House: Ulster Soloists' Ensemble.
19/9/: Castletown House: the Ulster Soloists' Ensemble.
12/9/: Castletown House: Ulster Soloists' Ensemble.
15/9/71: Castletown House. Flyer.
8/9/71: Castletown House: Dublin String Trio.
St. Mary's Church, Haddington Road concerts:
28/7/71: St. Mary's, Haddington Road: William Watson.
14/7/71: St. Mary's, Haddington Road: Edward Fry.
7/7/71: St. Mary's, Haddington Road: Gerard Gillen.
St. Audeon's Church concerts:
23/6/: St. Audeon's Church, High Street, Dublin: Desmond Hunter.
16/6/71: St. Audeon's Church, High Street, Dublin: David Lee.
17/2/: St. Audeon's Church: Gerard Gillen 'Inaugural recital on the restored organ'. 2 different programmes.
9/6/71: St. Audeon's Church, High Street, Dublin: Georges Minne.
Christ Church, Rathgar concerts:
18/5/71: Christ Church Rathgar: Gerard Gillen.
19/5/71: Christ Church Rathgar: Jennifer Robinson, John O'Sullivan, Andrew Robinson and Joseph Groocock.
18/3/71-21/3/71: 'A Festival of Living Music' presented by Tapestry Theatre Wexford. Leaflet.
20/3/71: Wexford: Frank Patterson, Betty Sullivan and John Beckett. Accompanied by programme notes.
9/3/71: Coláiste Phádraig Droim Conrach: RTE Symphony Orchestra.
30/3/71: National Gallery of Ireland: RTE String Quartet. Contains programme notes.
10/6/71: St. Bartholomew's Church, Clyde Road: David Milne and the RTE Singers. '20th Century Church Music'.
3/10/71-19/10/71: RTE Music Diary October 1971. Leaflet.
[26/12/71]: [location unknown]: the RTE Singers and the RTE Light Orchestra.
20/12/71: Royal Dublin Society: Radio Telefís Éireann Singers with Violet Twomey. Wordbook.
18/11/71: Sir William Whitla Hall, Queen's University Belfast: Erich Gruenberg and William Glock presented by the British Music Society of Northern Ireland and Queen's Unversity of Belfast. Includes programme notes.
10/5/71-15/5/71: The Grand Opera House, Belfast: Ulster Orchestra. 'Opera Season 71' presented by the Northern Ireland Opera Trust. Contains historical notes.
Trostan singers concerts:
4/12/: Adelaide Road Presbyterian Church: The Trostan Singers.
18/3/71: Adelaide Road Presbyterian Church: Trostan Singers.
Dublin Orchestral Players concerts:
3/6/71: Dublin Central Mission Hall, Lr. Abbey Street: Dublin Orchestral Players. Accompanied by wordsheets.
13/3/71: Assembly Hall, College of Technology, Kevin Street: Dublin Orchestral Players.
8/1/71-13/1/71: 20th Century Music 3rd Dublin Festival. Festival programme booklet.
2/10/: Christ Church Rathgar: William Watson.
19/10/71: Monkstown Parish Church: Stedfast Bank and W.G. Ebbs.
30/10/71: Church of Saint John the Evangelist Sandymount: Georges Minne and Martin White.
4/11/71: Dagg Hall, RIAM: Anne Makower and Courtney Kenny presented by the Cultural Service of the French Embassy and the Alliance Française of Dublin. Wordbook.
11/11/: St. James' Church: B. McAteer, B. Cavanagh, G. Duffy, St. James's Church Choir Orchestra and Gerard Gillen.
17/12/71: National Stadium: Our Lady's Choral Society.
28/1/71: [location unknown]: St. Sepulchure's Consort for Old Music.
[date and location unknown]: Concert season programmes presented by the University Philosophical Society.
7/3/71: Teampall Mhuire, Tamhlacht. 'An t-Aifreann'.
8/3/71: Christ Church Cathedral: Irish Pro Musica.
20/3/71-21/3/71: Training College, Limerick and the Irish Life Theatre, Dublin: Malcolm Frager presented by the Limerick Music Association.
28/3/71: Abbey Theatre: Cork Ballet Company.
25/4/71: Church of Saint John the Evangalist, Sandymount: FCJ Swanton and David Lane.
23/9/71: [location unknown]: Anne Woodworth with Jeannie Reddin.
16/9/71: Player Wills Theatre: Philip Martin and Penelope Price Jones.
5/9/: Taibhdhearc na Gallimhe: Seoda.
17/9/71: Mariners' Church, Adelaide Street: FCJ Swanton and Norman Myers.
2/9/71-3/9/71: Killarney Bach Festival. Festival programme booklet.
[date and location unknown]: Hertfordshire County Youth Orchestra 'Tour to Ireland 1971'.
[31/5/71]: [location unknown]: Veronica McSwiney.
Collection includes press releases, record recital programmes, film programmes, programme for the Irish Church Music Association Second National Summer School, miscellaneous programme notes and miscellaneous wordsheets.
- Acton, Charles -
- Alliance de Française de Dublin -
- Baker, Janet -
- Beckett, John -
- Billier, Sylvaine -
- Bonaldi, Clara -
- British Music Society of Northern Ireland -
- Campoli, Alfredo -
- Cavanagh, B -
- Coláiste na h-Ollscoile, Baile Átha Cliath Music Society -
- Consort of St. Sepulchre -
- Cork Ballet Company -
- Cork International Choral & Folk Dance Festival -
- Dublin Arts Festival -
- Dublin Baroque Players -
- Dublin Festival of 20th Century Music -
- Dublin Orchestral Players -
- Dublin String Trio -
- Dublin University Music Society -
- Dublin University Philosophical Society -
- Duffy, Gerald -
- Ebbs, WG -
- Fierens, Guillermo -
- Frager, Malcolm -
- Fry, Edward -
- Gillen, Gerard -
- Glock, William -
- Groocock, Joseph -
- Gruenberg, Erich -
- Hertfordshire County Youth Orchestra -
- Hughes, Frank -
- Hunter, Desmond -
- Irish Pro Musica -
- Isepp, Martin -
- Istituto Italiano di Cultura -
- Jones, Penelope Price -
- Kenny, Courtney -
- Killarney Bach Festival -
- Lane, David -
- Lee, David -
- Limerick Music Association -
- Makower, Anne -
- Martin, Philip -
- Mathieu, Chantal -
- McAteer, B -
- McSwiney, Veronica -
- Milne, David -
- Minne, Georges -
- Music Department, UCC -
- Myers, Norman -
- New Irish Chamber Orchestra -
- Northern Ireland Opera Trust -
- O'Sullivan, John -
- Our Lady's Choral Society -
- Pasley, Brian -
- Patterson, Frank -
- Reddin, Jeannie -
- Robinson, Andrew -
- Robinson, Jennifer -
- RTÉ Light Orchestra -
- RTÉ Singers -
- RTÉ String Quartet -
- RTÉ Symphony Orchestra -
- Service Culturel de l'Ambassade de France -
- Slieve Fest -
- Sommer, Raphael -
- St. James's Church Choir -
- St. James's Church Orchestra -
- Stedfast Brass Band -
- Sullivan, Betty -
- Swanton, FCJ -
- Tallaght Choral Society -
- Trostan Singers -
- Twomey, Violet -
- Ulster orchestra 1966 -
- Ulster Soloists' Ensemble -
- Wade, Neil -
- Watson, William J. -
- White, Martin -
- Wilson, Thomas -
- Woodworth, Anne -
- Woodworth, Judy -
- Abbey Theatre, Dublin
- Adelaide Road Presbyterian Church
- Assembly Hall, College of Technology, Kevin Street
- Aula Maxima, Newman House, 86 Stephen's Green, Dublin
- Castletown House, Celbridge, Co. Kildare
- Christ Church, Rathgar
- Christchurch Cathedral, Dublin
- Christchurch, Cork
- Church of St. John the Evangelist, Sandymount
- City hall, Cork
- Coláiste Phádraig Dromchonnrach
- Dagg Hall, Royal Irish Academy of Music
- Dublin Central Mission Hall, Lower Abbey Street
- Examination Hall, Trinity College Dublin
- Grand Opera House, Belfast
- Irish Life (Assurance) Building, Mespil Road, Dublin
- Mariner's Church, Adelaide Street, Dun Laoghaire
- Methodist Centenary Church, St. Stephen's Green
- Monkstown Parish Church, Dublin
- National Gallery, Merrion Square, Dublin
- National Stadium, South Circular Road, Dublin
- Player Wills Theatre, South Circular Road
- RDS Concert Hall
- Royal Dublin Society, Ballsbridge
- School of Music, No.5, Trinity College Dublin
- Slieve Donard Hotel
- St. Audeon's Church, High Street, Dublin
- St. Bartholomew's Church, Clyde Road, Dublin
- St. James' Church, Dublin
- St. Mary's Church, Haddington Road, Dublin
- Taibhdhearc Na Gallimhe
- Teampall Mhuire, Tamhlacht
- Training College Hall, SC Road, Limerick
- Trinity College Chapel, Dublin
- Sir William Whitla Hall, Queen's University Belfast