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Boor on the BBC

The master puppeteer behind our sell-out Christmas Pantomimes, Emma Boor of Wild Boor Ideas, has been featured on the BBC over the last week on local news and radio shows.

Steven Isserlis
Hilary Term Round-Up

Hilary Term has well and truly ended. The students have left and the daffodils have appeared despite the persistent ‘Beast from the east’. We’re taking the opportunity to look back over a busy term of events at the JdP.

Dr Jonathan Williams
BAFTA nomination for our Director of College Music

Dr Jonathan Williams and his co-composers have been nominated for a ...

Marco Donnarumma
Composer Talk & MASH Marathon Cancellation

The “Liveness, Hybridity and Noise” lecture on Tuesday 13th March and the New Music Marathon on Wednesday 14th March have been cancelled. This decision was taken on the night...

Explore Ensemble
Explore Ensemble: New Music with Live Electronics

The JdP’s LHN Series presents three concerts curated by Nicholas Moroz (St Hilda’s), in partnership with the London based new music group Explore Ensemble, focussing on works with live...

Piatti Quartet
Piatti Quartet

Prizewinners at the 2015 Wigmore Hall International String Quartet Competition, the Piatti Quartet have long been associated with the JdP.

Myrddin Rees Davies and Harry Baker
St. Hilda's College Lunchtime Recitals 2017/18

We were delighted to welcome back our JdP Music Circle Friends and Patrons to the first of our Lunchtime Recitals...

Professor Martyn Harry
Welcome from the Artistic Director to the 2017/18 Season

I am writing to welcome you to the JdP’s concert series this year.

St Hilda's Mystery & Crime Conference 2017
St Hilda's Mystery and Crime Conference

Launched in 1994, this conference offers the audience the unique experience of hearing their favourite authors exploring a theme. It has become a significant entry in the calendar of crime fiction conferences and is a wonderful way to spend a...

Marios Papadopoulos JdP Oxford Piano Festival
Oxford Piano Festival 2017

From the 30th July, St. Hilda's College welcomed back for its nineteenth year the Oxford Philharmonic for the Oxford Piano Festival.