Contributor Alfred Hill
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Other Names Alfred Francis
Gender Male
Nationality Australian
Date of Birth 16 November 1870
Date of Death 30 October 1960
Functions Composer, Conductor, Musician, Violinist
Notes Born in Melbourne. Died in Sydney.
Events

Composer

Assistant Conductor

Conductor

Musical Arranger

Actor

Librettist

  • Giovanni, Sydney Repertory Theatre (1913-1924), Sydney, NSW, 3 August 1914

Playwright

  • Wattle Tree Farm, Sydney Repertory Theatre (1913-1924), Sydney, NSW, 28 July 1914

Emily Nathan - Costume Co-ordinator, Costume Designer

Arthur H. Adams - Playwright, Librettist

Henry Bracy - Director, Producer

Hugh McCrae - Playwright

Ludwig van Beethoven - Composer

Ferguson Allan - Actor

Lil Barrington - Actor

Mabel Batchelor - Actor

Frederick Blamey - Actor

Rosina Buckmann - Actor

Amy Castles - Actor

Arthur Crane - Actor

Orme Darvall - Actor

Lloyd Davies - Violinist

Minnie Everett - Choreographer

Rufus Ferguson - Actor

Allan Giles - Accompanist

John Gordon - Scenic Artist

Roberto Hazon - Conductor

Elizabeth Jamieson - Actor

Val Mason - Actor

John McGowan - Actor

Cliff O'Keefe - Actor

Maria Pampari - Actor

Harold S Parsons - Cellist

David Powell - Violist

Giacomo Puccini - Composer

Florence Quinn - Actor

Lesly Ramsay - Actor

Reginald Roberts - Actor

John Serge - Actor

Bel Sorel - Actor

Harold Tollemache - Actor

Ernest Toy - Orchestral Leader

James Turner - Mechanist

James Cassius Williamson - Producer

Edward Wynn - Actor

Antonio Zenelli - Actor

Roy Agnew - Composer

May Beatty - Actor

Patricia Beatty - Musician

Alice Bennetto - Actor

Ruth Biele - Vocalist

John Youlin Birch - Librettist

Mr S. Birch - Actor

  • Joan of Arc, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 11 December 1915

John Bishop - Conductor

Queen Boult - Actor

  • Joan of Arc, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 11 December 1915

R. Frewin Boult - Director, Playwright

  • Joan of Arc, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 11 December 1915

Frank Bridge - Composer

Alfred Brock - Actor

Margery Browne - Librettist

  • Lady Dolly, Palace Theatre, Sydney, NSW, 31 March 1900

Patti Browne - Actor

Maisie Buchanan - Actor

Mischa Burlakov - Choreographer, Actor

Harriet Callan - Librettist

  • Giovanni, Sydney Repertory Theatre (1913-1924), Sydney, NSW, 3 August 1914

Leon Caron - Musical Arranger

Frederic Chopin - Composer

James Christiansen - Conductor

John Coleman - Actor

Anita Cook - Musician

Helen Cox - Pianist

Colin Crane - Singer

  • Joan of Arc, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 11 December 1915

Nancy Cullen - Contralto

Frederick Delius - Composer

George Dixon - Scenic Artist

Antonin Dvořák - Composer

Edward Elgar - Composer

Jean Elwing - Actor

Don Finley - Set Designer

Joseph Fiocco - Composer

Doris Fitton - Producer

Jeannette Forsyth - Pianist

César Franck - Composer

David Gallasch - Pianist

Noel Glendenning - Actor

  • Joan of Arc, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 11 December 1915

Philip W Goatcher - Scenic Artist

Mr W. W. Goodall - Singer

  • Joan of Arc, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 11 December 1915

Madame Goosens-Viceroy - Vocalist

Eugene Goossens - Composer

Goossens-Viceroy - Singer

  • The Ship of Heaven, New South Wales Conservatorium of Music, Sydney, NSW, 21 December 1923

George Gordon - Scenic Artist

John Gordon - Scenic Artist

Fred H Graham - Actor

Montague Grover - Writer

Hugh Halliday - Director

William A Hassan - Properties Master

Frank Hawthorne - Actor

Pauline Henriques - Actor

Dulcie Holland - Composer

John Holland - Actor

Virginia Howard - Pianist

Gilbert Howell - Actor

  • Joan of Arc, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 11 December 1915

Frank Hughes - Actor

  • Joan of Arc, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 11 December 1915

William Hume - Actor

Sara Hyman - Actor

Sydney James - Director

John Quinlan Jengis - Actor

Amanda Johnson - Designer

Aram Katchaturian - Composer

Aggie Kelton - Actor

Fritz Kreisler - Composer

Gerald Krug - Conductor

Anne Lander - Contralto

Miss Netta Lawson - Actor

  • Joan of Arc, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 11 December 1915

Olive Lenton - Actor

Clemens Leske - Pianist

Fred Leslie - Actor

Louisa Lightfoot - Choreographer

Peter Lightfoot - Actor

Pamela Linton - Actor

J. S. Mann - Scenic Artist

Mr G. Mann - Actor

  • Joan of Arc, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 11 December 1915

Jean Paul Martini - Composer

N. K. Mason - Stage Manager

Pranas Matiukas - Violinist

Mahdi McCrae - Costume Designer

Elizabeth McInnes - Pianist

Lorna McKean - Actor

W.E. McKinley - Singer

  • The Ship of Heaven, New South Wales Conservatorium of Music, Sydney, NSW, 21 December 1923

Colonel Mellish - Composer

Carrie Moore - Actor

Miss Gwen Nelson - Actor

  • Joan of Arc, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 11 December 1915

Raymond O'Connell - Composer

Madeleine Oakes - Actor

George F Pack - Musical Arranger

Richard Parry - Actor

Constance Pether - Flautist

Rock Phillips - Properties Master

James Porter - Musician

Francis Poulenc - Composer

Merlyn Quaife - Artistic Director

Roger Quilter - Composer

Alfred Race - Actor

Frank Ridley - Actor

  • Joan of Arc, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 11 December 1915

Madeline Rowsell - Actor

  • Joan of Arc, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 11 December 1915

William Salisbury - Mechanist

Edward Samuel - Actor

Dorothy Sawtell - Violinist

Kathryn Schramm - Pianist

Franz Schubert - Composer

Robert Schumann - Composer

Robert Scott - Actor

Joan Sheard - Pianist

John F Sheridan - Lighting Designer

Dmitri Shostakovich - Composer

Ross B. Simpson - Administrator

  • Joan of Arc, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 11 December 1915

David Henry Souter - Costume Designer, Librettist

Vera Spaull - Actor

John Stacy - Actor

Frank Stuart - Fight Director, Actor

  • Joan of Arc, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 11 December 1915

Monica Stuart - Actor

  • Joan of Arc, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 11 December 1915

May Summerbelle - Composer

  • Joan of Arc, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 11 December 1915

Margaret Sutherland - Composer

James Thiele - Organist

Harry Thomas - Actor

  • Joan of Arc, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 11 December 1915

Patrick Thomas - Conductor

Henri Verbruggen - Conductor

Albert Victor - Actor

  • Joan of Arc, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 11 December 1915

Frederick Ward - Actor

Mary Warnecke - Accompanist

J B Watson - Choreographer, Director

Frank Watts - Lighting Designer

Mr S. R. White - Conductor

  • Joan of Arc, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 11 December 1915

George Whitehead - Actor

Hugo Wolf - Composer

Adelaide University

J. C. Williamson Limited (1910-1938)

  • Joan of Arc, Theatre Royal (1875-1972), Sydney, NSW, 11 December 1915
  • La Boheme, Theatre Royal, Adelaide, SA, 19 September 1910
  • Madame Butterfly, Theatre Royal, Adelaide, SA, 12 September 1910

The Elder Conservatorium of Music

The Adelaide Festival of Arts

ABC Adelaide Singers

Australian Broadcasting Commission

Australian Broadcasting Commission, Adelaide

Australian Youth Orchestra

Bohemian Choir

Elder Conservatorium String Quartet

J. C. Williamson [sole entrepreneur]

Musical Association of New South Wales

  • The Ship of Heaven, New South Wales Conservatorium of Music, Sydney, NSW, 21 December 1923

Orchestra of the State Conservatorium of Music, N.S.W.

Sydney James' Strollers

The Independent Theatre

The Sydney Repertory Theatre Society

The University of Melbourne

Williamson and Musgrove

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