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Collection Summary

Collection Title
Isolde Menges Collection (1908-1957): Box 1
Description
Programmes of concerts given in London by the violinist Isolde Menges (1893-1976).

Contents:
4c, Langford Place: 1/6/22
40 Berkeley Square: 1/6/27
Aeolian Hall: 1923-1939
8/3/23, 22/1/26, 4/5/29-8/6/29 (with Harold Samuel) (1 series programme), 25/5/29, 1/6/29 (2 copies), 8/6/29 (with London String Players conducted by Herbert Menges), 20/3/39 (with London Symphonic Players conducted by Herbert Menges), 6 programmes without years
Arts Theatre Club: 19/6/27 (recital of Cyril Scott’s compositions)
Bechstein Hall: 14/3/13, 1 programme without a year
Concert Hall, Blackheath: 7/2/22
Grotrian Hall: 16/12/27
The Guildhall School Musical Union: (no year)
1 programme (no year)
Kensington Town Hall: 19/1/31
King’s College School Hall: 22/12/23
The London Hippodrome: 7/11/30
National Gallery: 1939-1944
27/11/39-1/12/39 (Isolde Menges played on 27/11/39), 9/8/40 (with Myra Hess), 13/8/40 (with Myra Hess), 27/11/40 (with Myra Hess), 27/12/40 (with Myra Hess and Charles Gregory (horn)), 4/7/41 (with Myra Hess), 1/8/41 (with Howard Ferguson), 3/10/41 (with Myra Hess and Ivor James (cello)), 19/11/41 (with Myra Hess), 11/12/42 (with Myra Hess), 10/3/43, 4/7/44 (with Myra Hess)
The Palladium: 13/5/1928
Queen’s Hall: 1913-1937
Promenade Concerts: 24/9/20, 22/9/23, 13/9/27 (includes errata slip: Isolde Menges plays Bach Concerto no. 2 in E instead of Arnold Trowell (cello)), 15/8/28, 25/9/28, 21/8/29, 11/9/29, 9/8/30-4/10/30 (season programme), 20/8/30, 30/8/32, 23/8/33, 22/9/37
Other Concerts: 23/5/13, 6/6/13, 1/12/13 (with Stock Exchange Orchestral and Choral Society), 11/4/20 (with New Queen’s Hall Orchestra conducted by Henry J. Wood), 28/2/24 (with Strolling Players Amateur Orchestral Society), 26/11/25 (with London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Bruno Walter) (2 programmes; 4 posters), 12/1/26 (Stock Exchange Orchestral Society), 3/4/27, 16/2/28 (with Strolling Players Amateur Orchestral Society), 23/10/30 (Royal Philharmonic Society), 19/11/31 (Royal Philharmonic Society), 1/2/36 (2 programmes; 6 posters)
Queenswood, Clapham Park: 1924-1924
2/2/24
Royal Albert Hall: unknown dates
1 poster (unknown date) (with Chaliapine), 1 programme (unknown date) (with Chaliapine)
Saint Martin-in-the-Fields: 1928-1929
14/1/28-21/1/28, 29/9/29 (advertises Isolde Menges concert on 5/10/29)
Small Queen’s Hall: 1928-1928
3/8/28
The Studio, 44 Finchley Road: Unknown year
2 flyers (unknown year)
Wigmore Hall: 1920-1940
7/2/20, 20/2/20, 25/3/20 (3 copies), 5/6/20, 13/10/22, 9/11/23, 10/4/30 (2 programmes, 2 flyers), 3/5/30 (3 programmes, 1 flyer), 17/10/31 (2 copies), 12/10/32 (4 copies), 16/10/33, 1/2/38 (with Howard Ferguson) (4 copies), 31/1/40 (2 programmes), 17 programmes (undated)
Working Men’s College Musical Society: 1925-1928
14/2/25, 8/1/28

Arrangement:
Programmes arranged by alphabetical order of concert venue, then by date. Undated items appear at the back of the sequence for each venue. The “Promenade concerts” series at the Queen’s Hall appear at the beginning of the sequence for “Queen’s Hall” programmes.
Format
Date range of collection
1913 - 1940
Accumulation Dates
-
Suggested Audience
Not Specific
This collection is about

Location Details

Royal College Of Music, Centre for Performance History
College Hall 220-238 Goldhawk Road London W12 9PL
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Email
portraits@rcm.ac.uk
Telephone
020 7591 4340
Fax
020 7589 7740 
Visiting Information
Mon-Fri by appointment
Research access by appointment only. Researchers will be provided with Collection Regulations, and will be asked to complete a Researcher Registration Form (copies are available on the CPH website)
Building Information
The CPH collections now form part of the RCM Library. The majority of the concert programme collections are stored off-site so you need to request items before arriving. Requests for programmes are processed on Thursday for delivery to the library the following week. The Library itself is open Monday to Friday during term times and Tuesday to Friday during vacations. We can advise you about our hours when you contact us.
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NEW CONTACT DETAILS: 020 7591 4723; library@rcm.ac.uk.
For details of other collections held at the same location: See the location record

Additional Collection Information

Accrual Status
Closed
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Management Information (Type)
Collection Owner(s)
Collection Creator(s)
Collection Collector(s)
Collection Custodians(s)
Associated Collection(s)
Cardif University (Prifysgol Caerdydd)Royal College of Music LondonMuseums, Libraries and Archives Council