Ravel’s musical magic garden of childlike wonder, the ‘Mother Goose Suite’, closes a programme beauteous music from France.
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For the culmination of our season at the Sheldonian Theatre, Marios Papadopoulos conducts Bruckner’s pride and joy, his seventh symphony.
Alasdair Malloy presents the first of this season’s FUNomusica Family Concerts, with some Athletic Adventures celebrating sport and music.
A contrasting evening of enigma and impassion, sassiness and sophistication, John Wilson is joined at the piano by the inimitable Louis Schwizgebel.
An ensemble drawn from the Orchestra with our Music Director at the piano offers treats including Haydn’s bucolic Trio in G major.
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.