1. Harrison and Knyvett's Vocal Concerts.
These were two-act vocal concerts consisting principally of glees and other ensemble pieces by English composers but also including a number of solo vocal pieces and orchestral overtures (at the beginning of each act).
Each programme lists both the vocal and instrumental performers engaged for the season:
Vocal: Mr Harrison and Mr Knyvett, Mr Hindle, Mr Sale, Mr Bartleman, Mr Knyvett jun., Mr Gore, Mr Rennoldson, Mr Bellamy, jun., Mr Page, Mr Cooke, Mr Salmon, Mr Hobler, Mr Guichard, Mr Danby, Mr Christian, Mr Webbe, Madame Dussek, Miss Poole, Masters Knyvett, Danby, Sale, and Pring; and Mrs Harrison.
Instrumental: Mr Mountain, Mr Mahon, Mr Lavenu, Mr Agus, Mr Fifin, Mr Lyon, jun., Mr Pilotti and Mr Cantelo (violin), Mr R. Ashley and Mr Lyon, sen (tenor/viola), Signor Sperati and Monsieur Limardine (cello), Mr Boyce (double bass), Messrs Leander (horn), Mr Foster and Mr Dickenson (oboe) and Mr Holmes and Mr Lyon (bassoon), with Charles Knyvett (piano).
The programme for the eighth concert contains an Announcement, thanking patrons for their support during this season and recording the intention to run a further series of ten concerts in 1794.
2. Mr Harrison's Annual Concert.
This was a two-part concert of solo and ensemble vocal music by British composers, with orchestral overtures at the beginning of each half and a symphony by Haydn at the end of the performance. Also, a string quintet by Pleyel and concertos given by Franz Cramer (violin) and Robert Lindley (cello).
The programme cites the following vocal performers: Mr Knyvett, Mr Hindle, Mr Sale, Mr Bartleman, Mr Knyvett jun., Mr Gore, Mr Rennoldson, Mr Webbe, Master Knyvett, Master Sale and Mrs Harrison.
An extended list of the instrumental ensemble is also provided. This group, which included the vast majority of those listed above as appearing at the Vocal Concerts, was led by Franz Cramer with Charles Knyvett (piano).