An ensemble drawn from the Orchestra with our Music Director at the piano offers treats including Haydn’s bucolic Trio in G major.
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A journey across America: from the genre-defining music of Aaron Copland and Samuel Barber to the hidden gems of Florence Price and William Grant Still.
Both Jon Thorne and Charlotte Scott are valued members of the Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra, as Solo Viola and Associate Concertmaster respectively. Charlotte trained as a violinist at the Royal Academy of Music, where Jon is now a Professor of Viola and Chamber Music. As members of the Badke Quartet from…
Mozart’s best-known earworm opens this portrait of music’s supreme combiner of energy and grace.
Sir András Schiff returns to the city for this special recital at Christ Church Cathedral.
Tchaikovsky’s rapturous Violin Concerto and emotionally charged sixth symphony.
There is no voice on earth quite like Sir Byrn Terfel’s. He joins the Orchestra for some of the most monumental moments in Wagner.
The identity of the ‘Immortal Beloved’, to whom Beethoven wrote an unaddressed love letter in 1812, remains a mystery to this day - or almost.
A symphonic struggle on Brahms’s own lyrical, melancholy-tinged terms and the delicate nobility of his Double Concerto.