Ravel’s musical magic garden of childlike wonder, the ‘Mother Goose Suite’, closes a programme beauteous music from France.
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Alban Gerhardt plays Elgar’s embittered and sorrowful Cello Concerto, followed by the composer’s profound virtuosic orchestral showpiece.
Soloists of the Oxford Philharmonic come together for Schubert’s most profound quartet and, in contrast, his unfailingly heartwarming ‘Trout’ quintet.
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.
Alasdair Malloy presents the first of this season’s FUNomusica Family Concerts, with some Athletic Adventures celebrating sport and music.
We celebrate 20 years as the Orchestra in Residence at the University of Oxford, joined by Oxford choirs and soloists.
Astonishing prodigy Leia Zhu takes on Tchaikovsky’s powerful and poetic Violin Concerto, followed by Brahms’s magnificent symphony of light and shadows.
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.