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Puccini Fantasy world premiere: A Conversation with Mats Lidström

Puccini Fantasy world premiere: A Conversation with Mats Lidström

13 May 2022 — Composers, Concert, Interview, World Premiere

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…

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OPO have rebranded: 
looking to the future

OPO have rebranded: looking to the future

04 February 2022 — Composers, Concert, Interview, Orchestra

Could you imagine a worse 250th birthday? The Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra now have an exciting new visual identity. This includes a n…

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RPS / ABO Salomon Prize awarded to Oxford Philharmonic violinist Jamie Hutchinson

RPS / ABO Salomon Prize awarded to Oxford Philharmonic violinist Jamie Hutchinson

13 December 2021 — Composers, Concert, Interview, Orchestra

Launched in 2012, the Salomon Prize is a joint annual award from the Royal Philharmonic Society and the Association of British Orchestras th…

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Beethoven: A Conversation with Laura Tunbridge

Beethoven: A Conversation with Laura Tunbridge

15 October 2021 — Composers, Concert, Interview, Orchestra

Could you imagine a worse 250th birthday? A quarter of a millennium after his birth in 1770, most of the musical world embarked on a hu…

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11 women composers: from the 9th century to present day

11 women composers: from the 9th century to present day

08 March 2021 — Composers, Concert, Interview, Orchestra

A quarter of a millennium after his birth in 1770, most of the musical world embarked on a huge celebration of the life and work of As the w…

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Errollyn Wallen

Errollyn Wallen

30 October 2020 — Composers, Orchestra, Education, Black History Month

Classical music has a long and detailed history, which regularly includes works by some of the greatest composers ever to have lived, from B…

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Florence Price

Florence Price

23 October 2020 — Composers, Orchestra, Education, Black History Month

Florence Price Classical music has a long and detailed history, which regularly includes works by some of the greatest composers ever to hav…

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Scott Joplin and Samuel Coleridge-Taylor

Scott Joplin and Samuel Coleridge-Taylor

16 October 2020 — Composers, Education, Black History Month

Classical music has a long and detailed history, which regularly includes works by some of the greatest composers ever to have lived, from B…

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Joseph Bologne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges and Ignatius Sancho

Joseph Bologne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges and Ignatius Sancho

09 October 2020 — Composers, Education, Black History Month

Classical music has a long and detailed history, which regularly includes works by some of the greatest composers ever to have lived, from B…

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A Conversation with Mats Lidström

A Conversation with Mats Lidström

26 June 2020 — Composers, Interview, Orchestra

Mats Lidström is Solo Cello of the OPO, and a distinguished composer and teacher. Ahead of our now cancelled 28 June concert, which would ha…

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