21 May 2022 – 19:30
Oxford Philharmonic orchestra at Newbury Spring Festival Saturday 21 May 2022Newbury Spring FestivalSt Nicolas Church, West Mills Newbury, Berkshire RG14 5HG, 19:30 Borodin Overture Prince IgorTchaikovsky Violin ConcertoTchaikovsky Polonaise and Waltz from Eugene OneginSibelius Symphony No. 5 OLearn More
28 May 2022 – 19:30
Solo Cello Mats Lidström is joined by Sholto Kynoch to perform Beethoven cello sonatas and works by contemporaries Wölfl and Romberg.Learn More
03 Jun 2022 – 19:30
A symphonic struggle on Brahms’s own lyrical, melancholy-tinged terms and the delicate nobility of his Double Concerto.Learn More
07 Jun 2022 – 19:30
OXFORD PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA Debut concert at the carnegie hall Tuesday 7 June 2022Carnegie Hall, Isaac Stern Auditorium, Ronald O. Perelman Stage, 19:30 Sarasate Navarra for Two Violins and Orchestra, Op. 33*Bruch Violin Concerto No. 1 in G minor, Op. 26Brahms Symphony No. 1 in C minor, Op. 68 MaximLearn More
12 Jun 2022 – 19:00
Beethoven’s ninth: part model of classical form, part complete rule-breaker; a dark, deranged romp and an inspiring journey to triumph.Learn More
16 Jun 2022 – 19:30
Mendelssohn’s vivid musical postcard from Scotland opens a concert featuring ‘fearless’ virtuoso Tamsin Waley-Cohen in Bruch’s Violin Concerto No. 1.Learn More
29 Jun 2022 – 19:30
Beethoven’s humble, beautiful contemplation of the divine and his great concert aria Ah! Perfido.Learn More
02 Jul 2022 – 19:30
The identity of the ‘Immortal Beloved’, to whom Beethoven wrote an unaddressed love letter in 1812, remains a mystery to this day – or almost.Learn More
05 Jul 2022 – 19:30
The Orchestral Music of Afghanistan: Looking Forward Tuesday 5 July 2022EartH, 11-17 Stoke Newington Road, London N16 8BH, 19:30 Musicians in Afghanistan have been silenced by the Taliban. Many are now in hiding or have fled the country. In this concert we stand in solidarity with our musical colleaguesLearn More
Jul 05 2022 – 19:30
The Orchestral Music of Afghanistan: Looking Forward Tuesday 5 July 2022EartH, 11-17 Stoke Newington Road, London N16 8BH, 19:30 Musicians in Afghanistan have been silenced by the Taliban. Many are now in hiding or have fled the country. InLearn More
The Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra is one of the leading orchestras in the UK. The Orchestra’s reputation is based on the uncompromising artistic standards of its founder and music director, Marios Papadopoulos, and maintained by some of the finest musicians in the UK.
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Education & Community
With a top team of talented musicians, star soloists from across the globe, and as Orchestra in Residence at the University of Oxford, our education and community programme caters for budding musicians and music lovers of all ages.
Puccini Fantasy world premiere: A Conversation with Mats Lidström
On Thursday 19 May, the Oxford Phil will perform the world premiere of Puccini Fantasy for Cello and Orchestra, written by our very own Solo…
Orchestra – 18 Mar 2022
OPO Outreach schools’ Project: Stringmasters!
Composers – 04 Feb 2022
OPO have rebranded: looking to the future
Composers – 13 Dec 2021
RPS / ABO Salomon Prize awarded to Oxford Philharmonic violinist Jamie Hutchinson
Composers – 15 Oct 2021
Beethoven: A Conversation with Laura Tunbridge
Meet Our Music Director
Having begun his career as a concert pianist, Marios Papadopoulos founded the Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra in 1998 and continues to this day as its Music Director and conductor.