The collection also includes a programme for a production of Sophocles, Oedipus Rex (with music by Adrian Cruft), given on 28 March 1946 at the Ensa Garrison Theatre, Calcutta. Held with this is a Press Release relating to the event.
- Jennifer Bate and Bram Wiggins
9 February 1978, Malvern College Chapel: Malvern Concert Club 311 Recital (with brief historical and descriptive notes, plus photocopy).
30 September 1978, Town Hall, Huddersfield: Municipal Concert, given with the Pennine Singers, conducted by Anne Hoyle (with biographical notes, plus photocopy). This concert also included the first performance of Arthur Butterworth, Gabriel Sonata, short descriptive notes for which are provided on an insert.
14 October 1978, St. James's Church, Whitfield, Glossop: Whitfield Music Festival concert (with biographical and descriptive notes, 2 copies).
3 May 1979, Mill Hall School Chapel: Mill Hill School Music Club recital (single-sheet programme with biographical notes, 2 copies).
- Miscellaneous performances
Saturday 30 January [no year], Church of St. Thomas, Regent Street: First Saturday Afternoon Concert given by the Jan Sedivka Chamber Orchestra, including the first London performance of the Gibbons/Cruft piece, performed by Philip Jones (handbill, 2 copies).
Wednesday 22 June [no year], Birmingham and Midland Institute Concert Room, Paradise Street: Concert of Popular Classical Music given by the Birmingham Co-operative Amateur Orchestra, conducted by Ruth Gipps (handbill). This concert also included the first performance of Robert Austin, Summer Song.
2 November 1956, Nottage School Hall, Suffolk Place, Porthcawl: Porthcawl and District Music Club with artistes from the Cardiff College of Music and Drama, including Margaret Powell (soprano), Rhuanedd James (piano), Ivor Bosanko (trumpet) and Frank Kelleher (clarinet).
5 February 1956, Assembly Hall, Tunbridge Wells: Tunbridge Wells Symphony Orchestra, with David Mason (trumpet) and Ruth Gipps and Roy Douglas (piano), conducted by John Hollingsworth (with notes and a list of the orchestral ensemble).
Saturday 30 June , 1 Hans Crescent (British Council Residence for Overseas Students): Bernard Brown (trumpet), Dorothy Massey (violin) and Hilary Squire (violin) with the Kensington String Orchestra, conducted by Blanche Mundlak (handbill, 4 copies).
23 June 1985, St. Michael's Church, East Peckham: Ashford Symphony Orchestra 9th Annual Concert, with Jane Lloyd, conducted by Bryan Gipps (handbill/poster).
- Wiggins, Bram -
- Whitfield Music Festival -
- Tunbridge Wells symphony orchestra -
- Squire, Emily -
- Powell, Margaret -
- Porthcawl and District Music Club -
- Pennine Singers -
- Mundlak, Blanche -
- Mill Hill School Music Club -
- Massey, Dorothy -
- Mason, David -
- Malvern Concert Club -
- Madan, Mani Piloo -
- Madan, Korshed -
- Lloyd, Jane -
- Kensington String Orchestra -
- Kelleher, Frank -
- Jones, Philip -
- Jan Sedivka Chamber Orchestra -
- James, Rhuanedd -
- Ingram, Frank -
- Hoyle, Anne -
- Hollingsworth, John -
- Gipps, Ruth -
- Gipps, Bryan -
- Gibbons, Orlando -
- Duckett, Russell -
- Douglas, Roy -
- Cruft, Adrian -
- Cardiff College of Music and Drama -
- Butterworth, Arthur -
- Brown, Bernard -
- Bosanko, Ivor -
- Birmingham Co-operative Amateur Orchestra -
- Bate, Stanley -
- Bate, Jennifer -
- Austin, Robert -
- Ashford Symphony Orchestra -
- Assembly Hall, Tunbridge Wells
- Birmingham and Midland Institute
- British Council Residence for Overseas Students, 1 Hans Crescent
- Ensa Garrison Theatre, Calcutta
- Malvern Girls' College
- Mill Hill School
- Nottage School Hall, Porthcawl
- St. James's Church, Whitfield
- St. Michael's Church, East Peckham
- St. Thomas' Church, Regent Street, W1
- Town Hall, Huddersfield