EXPO 4: Growth
EXPO returns for a fourth event in the series, celebrating all things that grow, including us, as we grow into our second year on this green Earth. Join us for another free evening of experimental art and sound, featuring a variety of performers and artists. Free refreshments, as usual....
Steven Isserlis (cello) & Stephen Hough (piano)
The JdP’s featured artist, Steven Isserlis, was recently elected Honorary Fellow at St Hilda’s College. In this thrilling concert he returns with pianist Stephen Hough, for performances of Brahms’s sonatas, which arguably count, along with Bach, as the definitive works of the cello repertoire....
St Hilda's Lunchtime Recitals: [Working Title]
Music students from St Hilda's and St Anne's perform a selection of their own compositions
Oxford Contemporary Opera Festival
Following the sell-out success of their inaugural production Marilyn Forever, the Oxford Contemporary Opera Society are back with a festival of three short operas, all composed specially by students for this festival. Composed by Hani Elias, Zerlina Vulliamy and Israel Lai the operas...
George Barton (percussion) & Siwan Rhys (piano)
This programme by dynamic duo Siwan Rhys and George Barton intersperses some of the greatest American composers from the last 100 years with music by living British composers. Expect aural fireworks alongside moments of calm contemplation and hypnotic minimalism. Works such as Clapping Music by...
St Hilda's Lunchtime Recitals
A concert in support of Sing Inside, promoting music-making within prisons
Villiers Quartet: Stravinsky, Borodin & Shostakovich
It gives us great pleasure to welcome the Villiers Quartet as the JdP’s new ensemble-in-residence. This first concert follows the Russian theme of this season’s programming with three well-loved quartets by Stravinsky, Borodin and Shostakovich.
Stravinsky Three pieces...
St Hilda's Lunchtime Recitals: Holly Jackson (cello) and Toto Gill (piano)
Shostakovich - Cello Sonata (mvts. 1 & 2)
Mahajanaka Dance Drama - Thai Dance and Music Show
Oxford based Composer / Producer Sebastian Reynolds and Neon Dance Director Adrienne Hart collaborate with award winning Thai dance artist Pichet Klunchun to retell the story of Mahajanaka Jataka; one of the oldest surviving folk tales in the world.