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Summer Series I – Baroque Favourites

The Soloists of the Oxford Philharmonic take you to the cradle of musical civilization – the Italian baroque.

Sir András Schiff in Recital

Sir András Schiff returns to the city for this special recital at Christ Church Cathedral.

Tchaikovsky

Tchaikovsky’s rapturous Violin Concerto and emotionally charged sixth symphony.

Tchaikovsky’s Fifth

Marios Papadopoulos conducts Tchaikovsky’s exquisite fifth symphony, after Russell Hirshfield joins him for Scriabin’s delectable Piano Concerto.

Maxim Vengerov

For some of the best tunes ever written – or borrowed – look no further.

Sir Bryn Terfel

There is no voice on earth quite like Sir Byrn Terfel’s. He joins the Orchestra for some of the most monumental moments in Wagner.

Stephen Kovacevich

Nothing can beat Mozart at his most inspired. Our old friend Stephen Kovacevich plays his Piano Concerto No. 24.

Steven Isserlis

Haydn’s haunting yet reassuring Mass in the Time of War and carefree D major cello concerto with Steven Isserlis.

Immortal Beloved

The identity of the ‘Immortal Beloved’, to whom Beethoven wrote an unaddressed love letter in 1812, remains a mystery to this day - or almost.

Bach’s St John Passion

Drama and suffering lie at the heart of Bach’s concentrated depiction of Christ’s arrest, rendition and execution, the St John Passion.