The collection also includes a handbill for a Festconcert of music by Coates, given on 7 October 1955 at the Koncertsalen [Kopenhavn] by the Statsradiofoniens Symfoniorkester, with Aage Voss (saxophone).
All of the performances featured Coates, either as the principal conductor or as the director of his own work(s).
19 November , Palace Theatre, Manchester: One Hour of Eric Coates' Works, given by the London Philharmonic Orchestra with Eileen Joyce (piano).
30 November 1940, Leeds Empire: Eric Coates' Works, given by the London Philharmonic Orchestra.
10 November 1945, County Technical College Hall, Guildford: 3 Orchestral Subscription Concerts no.2 given by the Guildford Symphony Orchestra with Frederick Grinke (violin), conducted by Claud Powell, including Coates, Suite, The Three Elizabeths and R. Vaughan Williams, Symphony in D (conducted by the composer) (with notes).
18 June 1953, Liverpool Stadium: Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra Coronation Prom, with Manoug Parikian (violin), conducted by Hugo Rignold (with Analytical Notes by A. K. Holland and a list of the orchestral ensemble).
13 April 1957, Royal Albert Hall: Royal Air Force Anniversary Concert, given in aid of the Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund by the Hallé Orchestra, the Central Band of the Royal Air Force, the Alexandra Choir and the Board of Trade Choir, with Constance Shacklock (vocal), conducted by Sir John Barbirolli, Charles Proctor and Wing Commander A. E. Sims (with biographical notes and photographs).
18 August 1956, Royal Albert Hall: Henry Wood Promenade Concert (62nd season), with Adèle Leigh (vocal) and Campoli (violin) with the BBC Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Sir Malcolm Sargent, including Coates, Suite, Four Centuries (with Notes by Scott Goddard).
6 July 1957, Royal Festival Hall: Light Programme Music Festival, given by the BBC Concert Orchestra, the Band and Trumpeters of the Royal Military School of Music and the Danish State Radio Entertainment Choir, conducted by Vilem Tausky, including William Alwyn, Elizabethan Dances (BBC Commission, first performance, conducted by the composer) (with notes by Spike Hughes, biographical notes, photographs and a list of the orchestral ensemble).
19 October 1957, St. Andrew's Hall, Norwich: Saturday Popular Concert Orchestra presented by the BBC Light Programme and given by the BBC Concert Orchestra with Frederick Harvey (baritone), conducted by Vilem Tausky (with a list of the orchestral ensemble).
26 November 1957, Royal Festival Hall: Royal Concert/St. Cecilia's Festival, given in aid of the Musicians' Benevolent Fund by the BBC Concert Orchestra and Chorus, conducted by Vilem Tausky, with Malcolm Arnold and Sir Arthur Bliss, including Coates, Elizabeth of Glamis (with brief programme notes, biographical notes, photographs and a list of the choral and orchestral ensembles).
6 July 1968, Queen Elizabeth Hall: Music for Pleasure, given by the London Concert Orchestra for the Light Music Society, conducted by Maurice Handford and including Eric Coates, London Suite (London Again) (with historical, descriptive and biographical notes, photographs and a list of the orchestral ensemble).
- Wood, Henry -
- Voss, Aage -
- Vaughan Williams, Ralph -
- Tausky, Vilem -
- Statsradiofonien Orchestra, Copenhagen -
- Shacklock, Constance -
- Sargent, Malcolm -
- Royal Military School of Music -
- Royal Air Force -
- Rignold, Hugo -
- Promenade concerts -
- Proctor, Charles -
- Powell, Claud -
- Parikian, Manoug -
- Musicians Benevolent Fund -
- London Philharmonic Orchestra -
- London Concert Orchestra -
- Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra -
- Leigh, Adèle -
- Joyce, Eileen -
- Hughes, Spike -
- Harvey, Frederick -
- Handford, Maurice -
- Hallé Orchestra -
- Guildford Symphony Orchestra 1919 -
- Grinke, Frederick -
- Goddard, Scott -
- Danish Radio Entertainment Choir -
- Coates, Eric -
- Campoli, Alfredo -
- Board of Trade Choir -
- Bliss, Arthur -
- BBC Symphony Orchestra -
- BBC Light Music Programme -
- BBC Concert Orchestra -
- Barbirolli, John -
- Arnold, Malcolm -
- Alwyn, William -
- Alexandra Choir -