Forthcoming Events

  1. Oxford Lieder Festival - Christoph Prégardien

    World-famous tenor Chrisoph Prégardien performs Schumann's first cycle of Heine poetry, the Liederkreis, Op. 24, as well as his settings of Hans Christian Andersen. 

  2. Oxford Lieder Festival - Mark Padmore

    Mark Padmore makes a welcome return to the Festival, firstly exploring the songs of the Classical era that Schumann so loved - Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven - before performing Schumann's extraordinary Kerner Lieder.

  3. Oxford Lieder Festival Closing concert

    After a packed and thrilling fortnight, The Schumann Project draws to a close with a star cast and a wonderful programme. Two of Schumann's cycles for four singers and piano are at the heart of tonight's performance.

  4. Neil Cowley Trio

    new album release "Spacebound Apes"  Widely acclaimed as a dazzling composer of dynamic and cinematic music, here, Neil Cowley reaches for the sky in an ambitious multi layered outing and musically confident statement, to present quite possibly his crowning glory.

  5. Come and Sing with the Oxford Bach Choir

    Vaughan Williams: A Sea Symphony 

  6. Anaïs Mitchell

    “Currently a well-kept secret, Mitchell is writing material that stands comparison with the great singer-songwriters of the past few decades” Daily Telegraph

  7. NewCHOIR - Voices and Violins

     VOICES and VIOLINS     The title of this concert reflects the singers and stringed instruments – two violins, cello and bass –which so many composers employed in church music.  

  8. Haydn: Harmonie-Messe

    Oxford University Press Choir and the Oxford Sinfonia. Haydn’s final Mass setting—considered by many to be his finest—brings to the fore the wind section of the classical orchestra.

  9. Javier Perianes, SJE International Piano Series

    Much acclaimed pianist from Spain makes his debut in Oxford with a programme of Schubert, Debussy and de Falla

  10. Wondrous Notes for Bright Cecilia

    Instrumental music from Blow's Venus & Adonis and Purcell's King Arthur. Songs, Duets and a Trio from Odes for St. Cecilia by Draghi, Purcell & Blow.  Sonatas and Grounds by Purcell & Blow

  11. Sophie Rosa, violin, Sholto Kynoch, piano

    Franck: Violin Sonata in A major and Saint-Saëns: Rondo Capriccioso

  12. BRITTEN: A Boy was Born. Commotio

    Commotio Christmas Concert

  13. The Sixteen Christmas concert

    The Sixteen Christmas concert 2016 "Three Kings"

  14. The Messiah, Handel - OSJ

    Handel's Messiah in its original scoring

  15. H Natural Christmas Gig

    the one and only Steve Hogarth of Marillion – a sell out every year   

  16. Oxford City Singers Christmas concert

    two performances - 2pm and 7pm

  17. Adderbury Chamber Orchestra Candlelit Concert

    Adderbury Chamber Orchestra Candlelit Concert

  18. Maddy Prior & The Carnival Band

    Carols and Capers

  19. Sean Shibe, classical guitar SJE Next Generation Series

    Sean Shibe is definitely a name to watch!  From the very first note he plays, Sean Shibe immediately draws in the attention of the audience… Sean Shibe created a magical atmosphere; he seems to intimately understand the meaning behind every note which he plays.

  20. The Schubert sonatas I - James Lisney

    Over four concerts, spread through the Series, James Lisney takes us on an exploration of Schubert’s eleven completed piano sonatas    

  21. "From London to Vienna" SJE Next Generation Series

    The London Firebird Orchestra celebrate a musical journey to some of the great cities of Europe starting with Vienna and the birthplace of Mozart’s operas

  22. Haydn Piano Trios - Phoenix Piano Trio

    SJE International Piano Series  -  Three Musicians with independent careers combine to great effect  

  23. Corona Strings - Pastorale

    A magical musical journey through England's treasured landscape.

  24. MACMILLAN: Seven Last Words from the Cross and ELGAR: Introduction & Allegro for Strings

    Commotio and the A440 Chamber Orchestra

  25. Savitri Grier, violin and Richard Uttley, piano SJE Next Generation Series

    ENESCU: Violin Sonata no 3, Op 25   and   BRAHMS: Violin Sonata no 3 in D minor, Op 108