15 December 1892: Grand Charity Concert, given for the benefit of the Nursing Homes of St. Mary’s, Plaistow by Miss Macintyre, Mademoiselle Sofia Ravogli, Miss Evangeline Florence, Madame Giulia Valda, Mademoiselle Giulia Ravogli, Mrs Katharine Fisk, Miss Marie Brema, Mr Ben Davies, Mr Albert Cornish, Mr Bispham, Mr Maybrick, Mr Charles Wyndham and Miss Mary Moore (vocal), Mademoiselle Grimaldi (piano) and Mademoiselle Yrrac (violin), conducted by Mr Waddington Cooke and Mr George Clutsam. This was a two-part vocal concert, including instrumental solos in each act and pieces given by the Queen Vocal Quartette. The programme includes some handwritten annotations which comment on the performance and indicate the provision of encores.
14 December 1893: Mr Daniel Mayer’s Grand Wagner Concert, given by Misses Marguerite Macintyre, Evangeline Florence, Nancy McIntosh and Marie Brema, Mr J. Henry McKinley, Mr C. Karlyle and Mr Kennerley Rumford (vocal), with the London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Mr Henschel. Miss Marguerite Macintyre was forced to withdraw from this performance and was replaced by Miss Esther Palliser.
1 June : Piano and Vocal Recital, given by Mademoiselle Chaminade and Mr and Mrs Eugene Oudin, consisting of vocal and piano solos written by Cecile Chaminade. The programme carries some handwritten annotations, indicating the performance of encores.
2 June 1894: Mademoiselle Chaminade’s Third Annual Concert, consisting of music by Chaminade given by Miss Liza Lehman, Mademoiselle Camilla Landi and Mr Arthur Owald (vocal) with Mademoiselle Chaminade and Monsieur Stojowski (solo piano).