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Music from Amadeus

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…

Maxim Vengerov

We welcome our longstanding friend Maxim Vengerov for a performance of Mendelssohn’s love letter of a violin concerto and Brahms's first symphony.

Anne-Sophie Mutter

Legendary violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter makes a welcome return to Oxford in what promises to be a phenomenal performance.

Bach Now!

Nigel Kennedy joins the Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra for a tour of the UK: this performance at Saffron Hall.

Bach now!

Nigel Kennedy joins the Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra for a tour of the UK: this the second of two concerts at Forum Theatre, Malvern.

Bach Now!

Nigel Kennedy joins the Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra for a tour of the UK: this the first of two concerts at Forum Theatre, Malvern.

Sir Stephen Hough

One of the great pianists of our time brings us one of the great piano concertos of all time, Rachmaninov’s ardent and immense Piano Concerto No. 3.

Schubert Five

OPO Solo Horn Radek Baborák is both soloist and conductor in a concert culminating in the most perfectly formed work Schubert had created to date.

Mozart Requiem

Marios Papadopoulos conducts the Requiem that needs no contextual intrigue to heighten its drama and poignancy.

Messiah

Steven Grahl of Christ Church conducts the Orchestra and his own choir in a performance of Messiah – a Christmas essential not to be missed.