Unless otherwise stated below, concerts were conducted by Reginald Jacques. With the exception of those given on 1 June 1928 and 30 May 1930 (concerts of vocal and instrumental solos), performances were given with the Eaglesfield Musical Society Chamber Orchestra.
4 March 1928, Chapel: Olwen Phillips [corrected to Mabel Ritchie], Mona Benson, Susan Turner, Frederick Burton and Frederick Grisewood (vocal).
1 June 1928: Mrs Stewart (cello), Ita Cope and Jean Duncan (vocal) and Jean Cotton (piano).
23 November 1928: Stuart Robertson (vocal).
3 March 1929, Chapel: Brahms' Requiem, with Alice Moxon and Stuart Robertson (vocal) (handbill with words).
31 May 1929: including Purcell, Dido and Aeneas (with annotations regarding changes to the performers and additional works performed).
2 March 1930, Chapel: Margaret Westbury, Frederick Burton, Crawford McNair and Oliver West (vocal).
30 May 1930: Vera Moore (piano) and Stuart Robertson (vocal).
2 December 1930: Winifred Gaskell (flute).
6 March 1931: Mrs John Sanderson, Marjorie Parker and Mr P. H. Phelps (vocal).
29 May 1931: Margaret Rees, Dorothy Brownlees, Oliver West and Roderick Lloyd (vocal) (two copies).
3 December 1931: Richard Wood (baritone) and Norman W. G. Tucker (piano).
10 March 1932: Elizabeth Aveling, Marjorie Parker, Frederick Burton and William Parsons (vocal).
2 June 1932: Frank Merrick, Peter Phelps and Marjorie Parker, including the first Oxford performance of Constant Lambert, The Rio Grande.
1 December 1932: Mary Wiblin (conductor).
9 March 1933: Margaret McArthur, Winifred Gaskell, Oliver West and Thomas Dance (vocal).
25 May 1933: Norman Stone (vocal), including the first performance of Kenneth White, Concert Piece for Piano and Strings.
30 November 1933: C. Thornton Lofthouse (piano).
24 May 1934: Thelma Bowles, Grace Bodey, May Bartlett and Frederic Sharp (vocal), including Purcell, Dido and Aeneas (two copies).
6 December 1934: Winifred Gaskell (flute) and William Parsons (vocal).
14 March 1935: Doris Banner, Edward Manning and William Parsons (vocal), including Parts I and II of Haydn, The Creation.
30 May 1935: Rita Carter, Molly Lake, Victor Evans and Gordon Phillips (vocal), including an abridged version of Handel, Solomon.
2 December 1935: Mary Jarred (vocal) and Mary Chandler (piano).
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