[no date]: dances and songs (handwritten list).
[no date]: two settings of poems by Thomas Hardy, written and accompanied by John Ireland and Hubert J. Foss and given by John Goss and the Cathedral Male Voice Quartet (handbill, 2 copies).
[undated]: Dorothy Silk and John Goss (vocal).
6 May and 4 November [no year]: Informal Music Club performances, given by John Goss (vocal) and Robert Soetens (violin) and accompanied by Markwell (handbills).
8 May 1917: Joan of Arc Day/A Pageant of Fair Women, organized by Madame Clara Butt.
1 May 1918, [Fulham?]: Mrs Harry Bedford and Miss Beatrice Harrison, accompanied by Frederick Kiddle (with words, 3 copies).
24 July 1918 [Fulham]: Song and Pianoforte Recital by Mrs Harry Bedford and Markwell (with words).
29 March 1919: Mr S.J. Ching (piano), Markwell (vocal) and Mrs George Lubbock (violin).
11 February 1922, St. Peter’s Hall [no town]: Recital by Annette Blackwell (soprano) and Michael Macandrew (piano).
10 November 1922: programme for Miss Megan Foster (vocal) and Harrison Hill, accompanied by Markwell.
18 November 1922: Rachel Macandrew (piano) and Annette Blackwell (vocal) (handbill).
15 February 1927: Piano and Song Recital by Urquhart Cawley and Dorothy Silk, accompanied by Markwell (with words).
22 May 1935, [no venue]: Recital of Songs by Alan de Beer, given by Dorothy Parry Thomas and Travers Mooyaart.
- Thomas, Dorothy Parry -
- Soetens, Robert -
- Silk, Dorothy -
- Mooyaart, Travers -
- Markwell, Kathleen -
- MacAndrew, Rachel -
- MacAndrew, Michael -
- Lubbock, George (Mrs) -
- Kiddle, Frederick B. -
- Ireland, John -
- Informal music club 1920 -
- Hill, Harrison -
- Harrison, Beatrice -
- Goss, John -
- Foster, Megan -
- Foss, Hubert James -
- Ching, S. James -
- Cawley, Urquhart -
- Cathedral Male Voice Quartet -
- Butt, Clara -
- Blackwell, Annette -
- Beer, Alan de -
- Bedford, Harry (Mrs) -