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Sir András Schiff in Recital

Sir András Schiff in Recital

Sir András Schiff in Recital

26 Feb 2022 | 19:30 | Christ Church Cathedral, Christ Church

Programme to be announced from the stage and to include works by Haydn.

Sir András Schiff piano

Sir András Schiff is one of the most distinguished pianists alive, an artist who can comfortably take his place among the greats and whose distinctive poise and grace at the keyboard have earned him legions of fans worldwide. He is also a great friend of Oxford’s music lovers, and returns to the city for this special recital at Christ Church Cathedral. Schiff will announce his repertoire from the stage, which will include music by a composer with whom he has long been associated musically and geographically, Joseph Haydn. A rare chance to hear one of the world’s greatest pianists in the unique acoustics of Christ Church.

Sir András Schiff in Recital

26 Feb 2022

Tickets: £12, £30
(Students from £5)
Duration: 120 min
Venue: Christ Church Cathedral, Christ Church
Saturday 26th February, 2022 – 19:30
From £12
(Students from £5)

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