The Orchestra’s two Solo Celli play a programme that starts with Bach and ends with a samba and a blues, with Boccherini, Dvořák, Milhaud and John Ireland in between.
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Marios Papadopoulos joins members of the Oxford Philharmonic for a work that is symphonic in scale and theatrical in drama.
Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra Solo Cello Mats Lidström is joined by Sholto Kynoch to resume our series of Beethoven’s cello sonatas, beginning with a genuine rarity: the composer’s own cello arrangement of his perky Horn Sonata in F major. As well as works by the composer’s…
An ensemble drawn from the Orchestra with our Music Director at the piano offers treats including Haydn’s bucolic Trio in G major.
Not four seasons, but eight seasons. Vivaldi’s set of four concertos depicting scorching sun, searing storms and spring dances sound as evocative today as they did in the early 18th century. Few composers have matched the Italian’s combination of virtuosity with melodic outpouring and…
Mozart’s best-known earworm opens this portrait of music’s supreme combiner of energy and grace.
The Soloists of the Oxford Philharmonic take you to the cradle of musical civilization – the Italian baroque.
In this recital Concertmasters Carmine Lauri and Tamás András music by Beethoven, Haydn and Schubert.