Unless otherwise stated below, these were two-part orchestral concerts, with some solo/concertante items, including a number of pieces receiving their first performances in England.
All programmes carry historical and analytical notes (with musical examples) and provide, where appropriate, the texts for the vocal/choral pieces. They also carry lists of the orchestral and choral ensembles and lists of the various Officers and Members of the Society.
A number of programmes carry handwritten annotations, which comment on the performances and on the works performed.
5 January 1928: York Bowen (piano), conducted by Ernest Ansermet.
26 January 1928: Harriet Cohen (piano), conducted by Basil Cameron.
23 February 1928: Joseph Szigeti (violin), conducted by Vaclav Talich.
22 March 1928: Handel, Solomon, with the Philharmonic Choir and Dora Labbette, Stiles-Allen, Clara Serena and Walter Widdop (vocal), conducted by Thomas Beecham.
1 May 1928: Sir Hamilton Harty (conductor).
1 November 1928: Nicolas Medtner (piano), conducted by Sir Landon Ronald.
15 November 1928: including Schubert, Mass in E flat with the Philharmonic Choir. Also, Livio Mannucci (cello), conducted by Sir Henry J. Wood.
6 December 1928: Handel, Hercules, with the Philharmonic Choir and Dora Labbette, Stiles Allen, Muriel Brunskill, Tudor Davies and Horace Stevens (vocal), conducted by Thomas Beecham.
17 January 1929: Alexandre Barjansky (cello), conducted by Sir John Barbirolli.
31 January 1929: Artur Schnabel (piano), conducted by Basil Cameron.
21 February 1929: Wagner Programme with Horace Stevens (vocal), conducted by Albert Coates.
21 March 1929: Alfred Cortot and the London Select Choir, conducted by Thomas Beecham.
18 April 1929: Keith Falkner (vocal), conducted by Sir Henry J. Wood.
24 October 1929: Delius Festival Concert with Albert Sammons (violin), Pauline Maunder, Olga Haley, Herbert Heyner and John Goss (vocal) and the London Select Choir, conducted by Sir Thomas Beecham.
14 November 1929: Egon Petri (piano), conducted by Eugen Szenkar.
28 November 1929: Joseph Szigeti (violin), conducted by Hermann Scherchen.
22 February 1934: Artur Schanbel (piano), conducted by Sir Thomas Beecham.
18 October 1934: Myra Hess (piano), conducted by Sir Thomas Beecham.
8 November 1934: Delius Memorial Concert with William Parsons and the London Select Choir, conducted by Sir Thomas Beecham.
- Wood, Henry -
- Widdop, Walter -
- Webb, F. Gilbert -
- Wagner, Richard -
- Talich, Vaclav -
- Szigeti, Joseph -
- Szenkar, Eugen -
- Stiles-Allen, Lillian -
- Stevens, Horace -
- Serena, Clara -
- Schubert, Franz -
- Schnabel, Artur -
- Scherchen, Hermann -
- Sammons, Albert -
- Royal Philharmonic Society 1813 -
- Ronald, Landon -
- Philharmonic Choir -
- Petri, Egon -
- Parsons, William -
- Medtner, Nikolay Karlovich -
- Maunder, Pauline -
- Mannucci, Livio -
- London Select Choir -
- Labbette, Dora -
- Heyner, Herbert -
- Hess, Myra -
- Harty, Hamilton -
- Handel, George Frideric -
- Haley, Olga -
- Goss, John -
- Falkner, Keith -
- Delius, Frederick -
- Davies, Tudor -
- Cortot, Alfred -
- Cohen, Harriet -
- Coates, Albert -
- Cameron, Basil -
- Brunskill, Muriel -
- Bowen, York -
- Beecham, Thomas -
- Barjansky, Alexander -
- Barbirolli, John -
- Ansermet, Ernest -