All brochures contain programmes with historical, descriptive and biographical notes, photographs and detailed records of the performers. Those for the period up to May 1984 contain programmes for performances given at a single venue (listed below). Thereafter, brochures contain programmes for performances given at various Oxford venues, principally the Sheldonian Theatre but also including the Holywell Music Room, the Town Hall, Christ Church Cathedral and New College Chapel and the chapels of various other Oxford colleges.
13 Dec. 1982–1 May 1983: Music at Christ Church Cathedral.
1 July–28 August 1983: 21 Concerts in Christ Church Cathedral.
1 October 1983–26 May 1984: Town Hall and Randolph Hotel.
1 October 1983–26 May 1984: Christ Church Cathedral (two copies).
1 October 1983–26 May 1984: New College Chapel.
1 July–31 August 1984: Summer Festival (two copies).
19 January–18 May 1985: Spring Season.
1 July–31 August 1985: Summer Festival.
12 October–1 December 1985: Autumn Season (two copies).
25 January–31 May 1986: Spring Season/Vivaldi Celebration.
26 June–18 September 1986: Summer Festival.
16 January–25 April 1987: Spring Season (two copies).
2 May–1 August 1987: Summer Festival.
10 October–22 December 1987: Autumn Season.
23 January–28 May 1988: Spring Season.
16–25 June 1988: June concerts.
23 September–24 November 1988: Autumn Season.
December 1988: Christmas Concerts.
27 September 1985: 1985 European Baroque Orchestra Finale Concert, with Thomas Trotter (harpsichord/organ), conducted by Roger Norrington (with handbill).
28 February 1987: Concert for Children given by the City of London Sinfonia with Crispian Steele-Perkins (trumpet).
1 October 1987: English Concert, directed by Trevor Pinnock.
16 January 1988: 100th Anniversary Concert, given by the Choir of New College, Oxford with the Capricorn Ensemble, directed by Edward Higginbottom.