Astonishing prodigy Leia Zhu takes on Tchaikovsky’s powerful and poetic Violin Concerto, followed by Brahms’s magnificent symphony of light and shadows.
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Alim Beisembayev plays Mozart’s majestic, mercurial piano concerto, followed by the composer’s swaggering ‘Haffner’ symphony.
An enchanting orchestral story of an Arabian princess who can only delay her execution by telling captivating tales fills the Sheldonian.
A towering and inspired creation for soloists, chorus and orchestra, Messiah still brings audiences to their feet.
A contrasting evening of enigma and impassion, sassiness and sophistication, John Wilson is joined at the piano by the inimitable Louis Schwizgebel.
John Rutter returns to Oxford for another Christmas celebration, featuring Christmas music old and new, including some of John’s own carols.
A journey across America: from the genre-defining music of Aaron Copland and Samuel Barber to the hidden gems of Florence Price and William Grant Still.
Maxim Vengerov celebrates 40 years on stage at the iconic Royal Albert Hall in London, with a fitting programme of Brahms.
OXFORD PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA Debut concert at the carnegie hall Tuesday 7 June 2022Carnegie Hall, Isaac Stern Auditorium, Ronald O. Perelman Stage, 19:30 Sarasate Navarra for Two Violins and Orchestra, Op. 33*Bruch Violin Concerto No. 1 in G minor, Op. 26Brahms Symphony No. 1 in C minor, Op. 68 Maxim…
The Orchestral Music of Afghanistan: Looking Forward Tuesday 5 July 2022EartH, 11-17 Stoke Newington Road, London N16 8BH, 19:30 Musicians in Afghanistan have been silenced by the Taliban. Many are now in hiding or have fled the country. In this concert we stand in solidarity with our musical colleagues…