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1968
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Eph-A-MUSIC-1968
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Alberni Quartet of the University of Canterbury, with Maurice Till. Concert series 1968. 7 July [1968]. Programme

NZBC in co-operation with the United States Department of State presents the American Brass Quintet. Terrace Studio recital, 10 May 1968. Programme / flier

NZBC invitation recital. Friday 10 May at 8pm. The American Brass Quintet, NZBC Studio at 38 The Terrace [1968]. Flyer

ANZAAS 40th Congress. Orchestral concert by the John Ritchie String Orchestra, conductor Dobbs Franks. Ngaio Marsh Theatre, Ilam, 28 January [1968]. Programme (with compositions by Peter Skulthorpe, Ross Harris and Douglas Lilburn)

The NZBC presents piano recital Claudio Arrau. Wellington Town Hall, 23 September 1968. Programme (2 copies)

Auckland Junior Symphony Orchestra (Inc). Convert. Whakatane War Memorial Hall, 12 October 1968; Thames High School Hall, 12 October 1968; Auckland Town Hall, 19 October 1968. Programme

On stage, Shirley Bassey. [New Zealand tour. With Bill & Boyd. 1968]. Promotional booklet (2 copies)

NZBC presents Mattiwilda Dobbs soprano recital, with Maurice Till, piano. Dunedin Concert Chamber, 30 April 1968. Programme

Kerridge Odeon presents The Dubliners. First New Zealand tour 1968. Programme

Judith Durham sings for you. Kerridge Odeon presents Judith Durham, direct from sensational Australian TV and concert success. With Lonnie Lee (Australia) and Robert Gennari (New Zealand). [New Zealand tour]. Programme

Folk sing out. 1968 International Year for Human Rights. With Phil Garland, Jay Renaut, Christine Smith, Alistair Hulett, Dick Butler, the Catholic Maori Concert group, Judy Bachelor. Produced by the Christchurch Committee for International Human Rights Year. [1968]. Programme

Hawke's Bay Organists' Association. Seventh Dominion Congress of Organista. Napier, 1-3 June 1968. Programme; and menu and tickets for Congress dinner. James Banquet Lounge, Napier, 1 June 1968.

Kerridge Odeon presents "An evening with Nina and Frederik"; accompanied by Frank Willoughby, David Tolley, Christopher Bain, David May. 1968 New Zealand tour. Programme (2 copies, one with inset slip - Ian Grattidge and Roger Sellers to play instead of Christopher Bain and David May).

John Ogdon. Direction NZBC. Concert manager M J Glubb. [New Zealand tour]. Programme

NZBC presents John Ogdon piano recital. Wellington Town Hall, 30 March 1968. Programme

Onslow Brass Band. Yearly newsletter. October 1968.

Edgley and Dawe and Interkoncert (Budapest), Edgley and Dawe and J C Williamson Theatres Ltd present the Pecsi Hungarian Gypsy Orchestra of Budapest. Grand Opera House Wellington, commencing 27 May 1968. Programme (2 copies, one of them autographed) and promotional brochure

Kerridge Odeon in association with Aztec Services Pyt Ltd, presents Peter, Paul and Mary. 1968 New Zealand tour: Dunedin Town Hall 31 July; Wellington Town Hall 1 August; Auckland Town Hall 2-3 August 1968. Programme

Direct from his triumphant, historic, Carnegie Hall performance! Harry M Miller presents Pete Seeger in concert. By arrangement with the Poles Apart Folk Club. One concert only in New Zealand. Auckland Town Hall, 13 May [1968]. Flier only

Kerridge Odeon presents The Seekers: Athol, Keith, Bruce, Judith. (With special guest star Pepe Jaramillo, and Toni Williams. [1968]. Souvenir program[me] (2 copies)

Song recital: Noreen Boyle, Anthea Moller, Patricia Stuart, Lyndsay Hutchison. At 190 Worcester Street [Christchurch], 2 November 1968. Programme (2 copies)

Christchurch Pan Pacific Arts Festival. Rita Streich recital, with Maurice Till, piano. Civic Theatre, 20 March 1968. Programme (2 copies)

NZBC presents Henryk Szeryng violin recital, with Janetta McStay, piano. Wellington Town Hall, 7 October 1968. Programme (2 copies)

Inia Te Wiata in drama, concert, opera. (In "Awatea" at Downstage, 4-7 September; in "Il seraglio" with NZ Opera Company, 1-5 October; and in "An evening with Inia Te Wiata" accompanied by Maurice Till, 10 September 1968). Brochure and booking form

Kerridge Odeon. An evening with the great Romantics. Maurice Till plays the music of Chopin, Schumann, Liszt. [NZ tour 1968]. Programme

An evening with the great Romantics. Maurice Till plays the music of Chopin, Schumann, Liszt. Auckland Town Hall, 8 March [1968]. Flier

Maurice Till piano recital (Schubert & Debussy). Canterbury Society of Arts Gallery, 27 June 1968. Programme (2 copies), and invitation card (2 copies)

University of Auckland. Department of Music. Recital by the University Choir and Chamber Orchestra, conductors Dr geral Seaman and Glynne Adams. University Hall, 4 Auguast 1968. Programme

University of Canterbury Folk Music Club. Concert, Ngaio Marsh Theatre, ca 1968. Programme

University of Canterbury lunchtime concerts: Alberni Quartet, Ngaio Marsh Theatre 24 April; David Sell & John Cousins University Hall 20 June; Maurice Till, Ngaio Marsh Theatre 24 July; Maurice Till, University Hall 1 August (2 copies); Members of the Alberni Quartet - Howard Davis and Gregory Baron with Maurice Till, University Hall 26 September 1968. Programmes

The NZBC presents Tamas Vasary piano recital. Wellington Town Hall, 23 May 1968. Programme (2 copies) and brochure

NZBC presents Gillian Weir in recital. St Paul's Cathedral Wellington, 16 March 1968. Programme

NZBC in association with Pan Pacific Arts Festival presents Gillian Weir in recital. Christchurch Cathedral, 25 March 1968. Programme

Flier by Wellington musicians asking readers to urge MPs to vote more grants to the QE II Arts Council for live music. Issued at a performance of the New Zealand Ballet where only "canned" music was used

Whiteley Memorial Church. "The Messiah" (Handel), by a special choir with soloists Coreen Singleton, Marion Gray, Graeme Dreadon, Bruce Carson, supported by members of the Lindsay String Orchestra of Wellington; at the organ H Raymond Ashworth; conducted by Austin Charles. 24 November 1968. Programme

J C Williamson Theatres Ltd presents Leon Gluckman's "Wait a minim", a musical entertainment, with Andrew Tracey, Paul tracey, Kendrew Lascelles, Michel Martel, Nigel Pegram, April Olrich, Helene Ireland, Barbara Tracey. Grand Opera House Wellington, 23 August 1968. Programme

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Physical Description: Printed programmes and flyers, up to octavo size, some illustrated.

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Kerridge Odeon presents The Dubliners ... first New Zealand tour 1968. Programme
Date: 1968 From: [Music programmes and ephemera. 1968]. Ref: Eph-A-MUSIC-1968-01 Description: Booklet for the Dubliners New Zealand tour shows text and biographical notes about and photographs of the group members, a list of all the songs in the reper...