7/7/84-15/7/84: Howth: Howth Festival presented by the Howth Chamber of Commerce. Programme of events leaflet.
11/6/75-2/7/75: Bullock Castle, Dalkey: Evenings of Music and Wine. Events listing leaflet.
13/3/99: St. Mary's Church, Howth: Dublin Orchestral Players and the Shielmartin Quartet. Contains biographical and programme notes.
St. Stephen's Church, Dublin:
26/11/84-28/11/84: St. Stephen's Church, Mount Street Crescent: John Cashmore, The Ulysees Ensemble and the Camerata Singers. World premeire of 'Letters to Theo' by James Wilson.
21/6/91: Peppercanister Church: Young European Strings Concert Series. Series programme booklet.
Christ Church concerts:
29/9/84-6/10/84: Christ Church Cathedral: Inaugural Recitals on the New Cathedral Organ.
29/9/85: Christ Church, Dublin: Order of Service at the Enthronement of The Most Reverend Father in God Donald Arthur Richard Caird. Wordbook.
[date and location unknown]: The Queen's Unversity Music Society. First performance of 'Graduation Ode' by Raymond Warren.
15/4/69-19/4/69: Drill Hall, Argyle Road: Sevenoaks Players.
9/1/79-13/3/79: Ulster Museum Quaterly Programme January - March 1979. Leaflet.
Dublin Castle concerts:
4/10/95: St. Patrick's Hall, Dublin Castle: The National Chamber Choir. 'Victory Memorial Concert'. Contains biographical notes and words.
26/4/67 [plus 2 duplicates]: St. Patrick's Hall, Dublin Castle: Concert to mark the birth of Jonathan Swift presented by RTE.
Metropolitan Hall concerts:
18/2/65: Metropolitan Hall: Igor Oistrakh and Vsevolod Petrushansky.
11/12/63: Metropolitan Hall, Dublin: St. George's Brass Band. 27th Annual Concert.
4/4/63: Fatima Hall, Dominican Convent, Wicklow: Adult Choral Group, Wicklow Technical School presented by the Wicklow Choral Society. Wordbook.
17/5/62: Fatima Hall, Dominican Convent, Wicklow: Adult Choral Group, Wicklow Technical School presented by the Wicklow Choral Society.
National Concert Hall concerts:
26/11/87: National Concert Hall: Dublin Philharmonia. Contains programme notes.
20/10/97: National Concert Hall: Corrado Rollero, winner of the 1997 Guardian Dublin International Piano Competition's Guardian Insurance Special Prize. Invitation.
1/9/53-29/11/53: Royal Albert Hall. Mini-programme events-listing booklet.
16/12/44: Royal Irish Acadmey of Music: Student's Musical Union 'At Home' 39th Season.
11/12/43: Castle Park.
1993: [location unknown]: I Giovani Solisti, Tour of England and Ireland 1993.
7/4/88 [plus duplicate]: Royal Hospital Kilmainham: 'A Borgia Banquet'; the First Dublin Festival of Early Music with the Consort of St. Sepulchre and Good Company, Andrew Lawrence-King, The St. Cecilia Singers and the Dublin Dance Centre Dancers. Contains historical, biographical and programme notes.
2/2/85: Monkstown Parish Church: Dun Laoghaire Choral Society. Contains programme notes and wordbook.
[date and location unknown]: Musica Sacra. Contains biographical and programme notes and words.
23/6/84: Examination Hall, Trinity College: Musica Sacra Concert Hall. Wordbook.
2/2/98: [location unknown] [plus duplicate]: Reduced Herod Company (students of the School of Music, Trinity College with members of the choir of St Andrew's Junior School, Booterstown and students of the DIT Conservatory of Music & Drama and students of the Royal Irish Academy of Music).
29/7/98: St. Nicholas of Myra Church, Francis Street: 'Handel and Mrs. Cibber' presented by the Society of St. Vincent de Paul. Programme + flyer.
16/9/65: Dublin: 'An Evening's Entertainment presented by the Irish Countrywomen's Association'. Wordbook.
8/2/98: Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin: Irish Chamber Orchestra; part of Spring Series 98. Contains biographical and programme notes.
15/2/68 [plus duplicate]: St. Mary's Cathedral, Limerick: Paul Tortelier and Maria de la Pau presented by the Limerick Music Association. Contains biographical and programme notes.
Collection includes leaflet on the Irish Composers Centre, a leaflet on the European Fine Art Fair in Maastricht in 1988, a biographical leaflet on Nicola Cleary (violinist), 4 copies of a leaflet for 'The Classical Organ Revival in Ireland' publication by Gerard Gillen and John Brennan, a leaflet on Jaroslav and Kveta Vanecek.
- Adult Choral Group, Wicklow Technical School -
- Boydell, Brian -
- Camerata Singers -
- Cashmore, John -
- Consort of St. Sepulchre -
- Dublin Dance Centre Dancers -
- Dublin Festival of Early Music -
- Dublin Orchestral Players -
- Dublin Philharmonia -
- Dun Laoghaire Choral Society -
- Guardian Dublin International Piano Competition -
- Howth Chamber of Commerce -
- Howth Festival -
- I Giovani Solisti -
- Irish Chamber Orchestra -
- Irish Countrywoman's Association -
- Lawrence-King, Andrew -
- Limerick Music Association -
- Musica Sacra -
- National Chamber Choir of Ireland -
- Oistrakh, David -
- Pau, Maria de la -
- Petrushansky, Vsevolod -
- Queen's University Music Society -
- Reduced Herod Company -
- Rollero, Corrado -
- Royal Irish Academy of Music Students' Musical Union -
- Sevenoaks Players -
- Shielmartin Quartet -
- St. Andrew's Junior School Choir -
- St. cecilia singers -
- St. George's Brass Band -
- St. Vincent de Paul Society -
- Tortelier, Paul -
- Ulysees Ensemble -
- Warren, Raymond -
- Wicklow Choral Society -
- Wilson, James -
- Young European Strings Concert Series -
- Bullock Castle, Dalkey
- Castle Park
- Christchurch Cathedral, Dublin
- Drill Hall, Argyle Road
- Examination Hall, Trinity College Dublin
- Fatima Hall, Dominican Convent, Wicklow
- Howth, Dublin
- Irish Museum of Modern Art, Kilmainham
- Metropolitan Hall, Lower Abbey Street
- Monkstown Parish Church, Dublin
- National Concert Hall, Earlsford Terrace, Dublin
- Royal Albert Hall
- Royal Hospital Kilmainham, Dublin
- Royal Irish Academy of Music
- St. Mary's Cathedral, Limerick
- St. Mary's Church, Howth
- St. Nicholas of Myra Church, Francis Street
- St. Patrick's Hall, Dublin Castle
- St. Stephen's Church (the Pepper Canister Church), Upper Mount Street
- Ulster Museum, Belfast