1. Centenary Service and Concert (1972)
2. Trinity College of Music Symphony Orchestra (1972-82)
3. Trinity College of Music Choir (1973-82)
4. Miscellaneous Concerts (1976-80)
1. Centenary Service and Concert
10 July 1972, Westminster Abbey: Service of Thanksgiving to mark the Centenary of Trinity College of Music, featuring the TCM Choir (conducted by Charles Proctor) and Wind and Brass Ensemble (conducted by Harold Clarke) (with notes).
12 July 1972, Royal Albert Hall: Centenary Concert of Trinity College of Music, given by Heather Harper, Irene Kohler, Monoug Parikian, Bernard Keeffe and Charles Proctor with the Chorus and Orchestra of Trinity College of Music, including the first public performance in England of Lutoslawski, Livre Pour Orchestre (with historical, descriptive and biographical notes, photographs and lists of the choral and orchestral ensemble).
2. Trinity College of Music Symphony Orchestra
All concerts were given at St. John's Smith Square, London and all programmes include a list of the orchestral ensemble, conducted by Bernard Keeffe.
1 June 1973: including the first English performance of Toru Takemitsu, November Steps II (Green).
24 November 1977:
27 November 1979: including Paul Hughes, The World's Equipoise (conducted by the composer).
10 June 1982: with Meredith Davies (additional conductor).
3. Trinity College of Music Choir and Orchestra
3 July 1973, Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Holborn: conducted by Charles Proctor (with words).
15 March 1982, Brompton Oratory, South Kensington: Verdi, Requiem, with Heather Harper, Beverly Mills, Geoffrey Pogson and Bruce Kershaw (vocal), conducted by James Gaddarn (with biographical notes and a list of the orchestral ensemble).
4. Miscellaneous concerts
14 July 1976 and 7 March 1980, Trinity College: Concert by the Pupils of Miss Puttick and Dr Gabb/Student Composers' Workshop (handbill).