The following is a chronological list of selected performances of Ina Boyle's works. To view details of upcoming performances only, please visit the News and Events section.
2015 Trinity College Chapel Dublin. Evensong. ‘Enniskerry’, Hymn, Trinity College Dublin Chapel Choir.
2015 St Patrick’s cathedral Dublin. Evensong. Motet ‘The Transfiguration’, Cathedral Choir.
2015 CIT Cork School of Music. String Quartet in e minor, Chiral Quartet; ‘Phantasy’ for viola and piano, David Kenny viola, Ciara Moroney piano.
2014 Trinity College Dublin Examination Hall, ‘In Tune’ Exhbition. String quartet in e minor, Callino Quartet.
2013 Kilruddery House, ‘Wicklow on Song’. 4 songs, Regina Nathan soprano,
Anne Cullen piano.
2013 Trinity College Chapel Dublin. Motet ‘The spacious firmament on high’, RIAM Camerata conducted Blanaid Murphy.
2013 St Paul’s cathedral, London, Evensong. Motet, ‘The spacious firmament on high‘, Cathedral Choir.
2013 St Vedast ,London. Hymn ‘Enniskerry ‘, Trinity College Dublin Chapel Choir.
2013 St. John’s Smith Square, London, Europe Day Concert, Sketch for small orchestra, ‘Wildgeese’, European Union Youth Orchestra, conductor Laurence Pilot.
Repeated Harpa Hall Reykjavik
2011 Black Box Theatre Dundalk, Hugh Lane Gallery Dublin, St. Patrick’s Church of Ireland Enniskerry. Three concerts: String quartet in e minor; Callino Quartet; 6 Songs, Colette McGahan mezzo-soprano, David Brophy piano.
2010 Ulster Hall, Concerto for violin and orchestra, Ulster Orchestra conducted Kenneth Montgomery, Catherine Leonard violin.
2000 Longford, Belfast, Westmeath, Dublin. Motet ‘O Thou whose Spirit’ National Chamber Choir Tour conducted Colin Mawby
1977 Monkstown Church Dublin. Three ‘Gaelic Hymns’ RTÉ Singers conducted Eric Sweeney.
1977 Monkstown Church Dublin.‘The Transfiguration’ RTÉ Singers conducted Michael Bowles.
1964 Saffron Walden, ‘Three Songs by Ben Jonson’, ‘Still falls the rain’ Macnaghten String Quartet/Margaret Cable mezzo soprano.
1960 Wigmore Hall, ‘No coward soul is mine’, Kathleen Merrett Orchestra/ Janet Baker mezzo soprano.
1956 Arts Council London, ‘Gaelic Hymns’, Purcell Singers conducted Imogen Holst.
1955 Gaiety Theatre Dublin. Wildgeese, Radio Éireann Symphony Orchestra conducted Edmond Appia.
1955 Arts Council London, ‘Two Songs of the Woods’; ‘Three Mediaeval Latin Lyrics’, Joan Gray mezzo soprano/Eric Stephens piano.
1950 Abbey Lecture Hall Dublin. Elegy from Virgilian Suite, Dublin Orchestral Players conducted Brian Boydell.
1949 Phoenix Hall Dublin. The Vision of Er Scene 111, Radio Éireann Symphony Orchestra conducted Brian Boydell
1949 Palma Mallorca. Colin Clout, Orchesta Sinfonica de Mallorca conducted Ekitai Ahn.
1948 Capitol Theatre Dublin. Wildgeese, Radio Éireann Symphony Orchestra conducted Edmond Appia
1948 Wigmore Hall, ‘Gaelic Hymns’, Oriana Madrigal Society, conducted Charles Kennedy Scott.
1945 Beverly Minster, ‘Think then my soule’, René Soames tenor, Hirsch Quartet.
1942 BBC London, ‘Think then my soule’, Harold Bradbury tenor/ Zorian Quartet.
1937 BBC London, String quartet in e min, Macnaghten String Quartet.
1938 Gaiety Theatre Dublin. Colin Clout, Radio Éireann Orchestra conducted Aloys Fleischmann
1936 Aula Maxima University College Cork. Colin Clout, Cork University Orchestra conducted Aloys Fleischmann.
1933 Aeolian Hall, ‘Gaelic Hymns’, Oriana Madrigal Society, conducted Charles Kennedy Scott.
1931 Aeolian Hall, ‘Gaelic Hymns’, Oriana Madrigal Society conducted Charles Kennedy Scott.
1929 Theatre Royal Dublin and RDS Dublin. Two performances The Magic Harp, Dublin Philharmonic Society conducted Fritz Brase
1927 Bournemouth. The Magic Harp, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra conducted Landon Ronald.
1925 RCM. Movement from the ‘Glencree’ Symphony, LSO conducted Adrian Boult
1923 Promenade Concert, Queen’s Hall, The Magic Harp, (New) Queen’s Hall Orchestra conducted Sir Henry Wood.
1922 RCM, Colin Clout, LSO conducted Adrian Boult.
1922 St Patrick’s cathedral, Dublin. Motet The Transfiguration, Cathedral Choir.
1920 RCM. The Magic Harp, LSO conducted Adrian Boult.
1920 Bournemouth. The Magic Harp, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra conducted Dan Godfrey.
1920 Woodbrook, Bray. ‘Soldiers at Peace’ Bray Choral Society conducted Thomas Weaving.