Up to the end of 1914, these events were referred to as Queen's College Concerts and the programmes include an introductory note on the Society and/or lists of the committee members. From 1926, all concerts were conducted by Reginald Jacques
25 May 1906: including P. Godfrey, Legend of the North, Cantata for Men's Voices and Orchestra (first performance, conducted by the composer) (with list of the choral and orchestral ensembles).
16 June 1910: 50th Concert, with members of the London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by G. G. Stocks (with notes and musical examples, 2 copies).
23 May 1913: New Instrumental Trio and Meta Diestel (vocal), conducted by Dr T. W. Dodds (with list of the choral ensemble).
29 May 1914: Mr Cyril Scott (piano), Herr Fini Henriques (violin) and Miss Phyllis Carey-Foster (vocal), conducted by Dr T. W. Dodds (with a list of the choral ensemble).
2 December 1921, Hall: Clive Carey and Frederick Burton (vocal), Marie Goossens (harp) and S. James Ching (piano), conducted by Maurice Besly, including the first performance of R. Vaughan Williams, Fanfare (for Female Voices).
3 December 1926: Stuart Robertson (vocal).
27 February 1927: Olwen Phillips, Frederick Burton, Denne Parker and Keith Falkner (vocal).
3 June 1927: Frederick Burton and Sumner Austin (vocal), including the first performance of Thomas Wood, Master Mariners.
2 December 1927: Stuart Robertson (vocal) (two copies).
- Wood, Thomas -
- Vaughan Williams, Ralph -
- Scott, Cyril -
- Robertson, Stuart -
- Queen's College, University of Oxford -
- Phillips, Olwen -
- Parker, Denne -
- New Instrumental Trio -
- London Symphony Orchestra -
- Jacques, Reginald -
- Henriques, Fini -
- Goossens, Marie -
- Falkner, Keith -
- Eglesfield Musical Society -
- Dodds, T. W. (Dr) -
- Diestel, Meta -
- Ching, S. James -
- Carey-Foster, Phyllis -
- Carey, Clive -
- Burton, Frederick -
- Besly, Maurice -
- Austin, Sumner -