A Celebration Of Operetta
This April, Oxford Operatic Society invites you to enjoy the music of operetta with their show A CELEBRATION OF OPERETTA.
Split into two acts, A CELEBRATION OF OPERETTA takes the audience on a journey through the famous operettas. The first half is a celebration of Johann Strauss' Die...
A Persian santur recital with Peyman Heydarian
Born in Shiraz, Iran, Peyman Heydarian (پیمان حیدریان) is an award winning music scientist and santur performer. A computer scientist and musicologist, he adopted innovative tuning systems and performance techniques to play a multi-ethnic repertoire on Iranian santur (Hammered Dulcimer), and...
The Sue Lloyd-Roberts Memorial Lecture
Human rights – does anyone out there care? Lord Hall of Birkenhead (Director General of the BBC) gives the first lecture in a new series, which has been established to celebrate the memory of St Hilda’s College alumna, Sue Lloyd-Roberts CBE and MBE, a fearless, award-winning BBC...
French Horn Cushion Concerts
Rozzy and Mr Cello introduce children and their families to different instruments and how they make music, feeding curiosity and nurturing love of music in these fun and up-close concerts. Bring your own cushion!
Moving Music: Songs and arias with Christine Cairns and friends
Songs and arias with Christine Cairns and friends:
All are welcome, particularly people living with dementia along with their family, friends and carers.
Please reserve your places and disabled parking in advance and pay on the door.
Tel: 01865 286660/251305
The London Sinfonietta joined by composer Tristan Murail. Spectral (or “liminal”) music was first formulated in theoretical terms by Tristan Murail and Roger Tessier, the founders of the French new music ensemble L’Itineraire in the 1970s.
Sir Robert Mayer's Concert
This family-friendly concert features members of the A440 Chamber Orchestra.
Our regular Cushion Concerts on Sundays introduce children and their families to how different instruments make music. These informal concerts are led by Roz with Mr Cello or Tom with his...
Silent Cinema and the Classics
Film screening with discussion panel
Silent Cinema and the Classics : Purity (1916) and L' Esclave de Phidias (1917)
After an introduction by Pantelis Michelakis (Bristol) two films, Purity (1916) and L' Esclave de Phidias...
Lunchtime Recital: Piano Recital with Gamal Khamis
The final Lunchtime Recital of Hilary Term features the works of Bach, Chopin and Granados performed by the pianist Gamal Khamis.
Admission is free, and all are welcome, with complimentary tea and coffee provided.
Beethoven - Sonata in G, op 31...
Piano Weekend 1: Nicolas Hodges
Including the works of Domenico Scarlatti & Salvatore Sciarrino. The work of Salvatore Sciarrino holds a unique position in the world of contemporary classical music through its powerful communicative ability, its remarkable timbral refinement and the way it engages...