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Tchaikovsky Piano Trio

Marios Papadopoulos joins members of the Oxford Philharmonic for a work that is symphonic in scale and theatrical in drama.

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.

Sibelius Violin Concerto

Associate Concertmaster Anna-Liisa Bezrodny plays Sibelius’s virtuosic violin concerto.

James Ehnes Plays Schumann

Paul Daniel conducts Schumann’s propulsive third symphony, after James Ehnes plays the composer’s intricate Violin Concerto.

FUNomusica Family Concert: The Fantastic Philharmonic Time Machine

Join Alasdair Malloy and the Oxford Phil as they take the Fantastic Philharmonic Time Machine to some fascinating periods in history.

FUNomusica Family Concert: Music on the Menu

Master chef Alasdair Malloy leads the Oxford Philharmonic on a whisk round the kitchen and gets creative with the ingredients of the orchestra.

Fauré and Rutter Requiems

John Rutter leads the Orchestra and the Choir of Merton College for Fauré’s masterpiece of understatement, along with his own setting of the Latin Requiem.