As a prelude to the 25th Anniversary of the Oxford Piano Festival we present the Festival’s President Sir András Schiff in recital in the Sheldonian Theatre. Having collaborated with the world’s leading orchestras and conductors, Sir András Schiff now focuses primarily on solo recitals,…
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Join us for an evening of wonderful music influenced by and written for Shakespeare’s most beloved plays. Beguiling and atmospheric music by Henry Purcell, Fredrick Handel and William Walton will be interspersed with readings from Shakespeare’s comedies and historical plays including A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Tempest and Henry V.
There can be no better evidence that Francis Poulenc was the ‘half monk, half rascal’ of reputation than the composer’s wickedly disciplined Organ Concerto, a knockabout game of chase and tag for orchestra and organ that one moment plays havoc with Bach and another finds deep spirituality. Former Christ Church…
Miloš Forman’s 1984 movie Amadeus is a masterpiece from beginning to end, telling of the ambition, obsession and jealousy that nearly thwarted the career of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and of the sublime music that poured out of a genius whose foibles and vulgarity were all too human. Mozart’s volatile Symphony…
Martha Argerich joins the OPO at Lodnon's Barbican Hall, following sensational concerts in Oxford and Germany last season.
Martha Argerich returns to perform with the OPO following sensational concerts in Oxford and Germany last season.
Legendary violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter makes a welcome return to Oxford in what promises to be a phenomenal performance.
Nigel Kennedy joins the Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra for a tour of the UK: this performance at Saffron Hall.
Nigel Kennedy joins the Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra for a tour of the UK: this the second of two concerts at Forum Theatre, Malvern.
Nigel Kennedy joins the Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra for a tour of the UK: this the first of two concerts at Forum Theatre, Malvern.