Our season of great singers continues with the Oxford debut of Angela Gheorghiu. It was Verdi with which the Romanian soprano sprang to international attention more than two decades ago, and it is Verdi to which she returns in this concert, featuring arias from two…
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Our season bursts into life with strong emotions. Maxim Vengerov joins us for Brahms's Violin Concerto.
In the atmospheric surroundings of Oxford's own Sheldonian Theatre, Marios Papadopoulos conducts Dvořák's joyous Symphony No. 8.
A concert celebrating the rich history of traditional Afghan music at a time when making music in Afghanistan is forbidden.
We are joined by soloists and the Choir of Merton College for Haydn’s transcendental oratorio, representing chaos and the creation of light.
Mission Earth Tour Guide Alasdair Malloy leads a school trip from another galaxy to approach and orbit the Earth in our second FUNomusica Family Concert.
Ravel’s musical magic garden of childlike wonder, the ‘Mother Goose Suite’, closes a programme beauteous music from France.
Alban Gerhardt plays Elgar’s embittered and sorrowful Cello Concerto, followed by the composer’s profound virtuosic orchestral showpiece.
For the culmination of our season at the Sheldonian Theatre, Marios Papadopoulos conducts Bruckner’s pride and joy, his seventh symphony.
Rising star violinists (and sisters) Fiona and Hina Khuong-Huu join Marios Papadopoulos at the piano for this traversal of Brahms’s piano−violin works.