REVIEW: “Angela Gheorghiu was phenomenal, wringing every ounce of pathos and pain from the...

Star soprano Angela Gheorghiu joined the Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra at The Sheldonian over the weekend to perform some of Verdi’s most dramatic arias, and was absolutely phenomenal.  

OSJ’s 2022 season: Young opera stars of the future, Queen’s Jubilee, dinner concerts, world...

The Orchestra of St John's commitment to young artists is evident as ever as its summer season unrolls, packed with exciting concerts, galas, celebrations and...

WORLD PREMIERE: Sir Bryn Terfel in ‘disco’ at Sheldonian Theatre with Oxford Philharmonic, plus...

Sir Bryn Terfel joins the Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra at the Sheldonian Theatre on Thursday (May 5) to perform stirring arias from Wagner and Toby Anderson's world...

Passiontide at Merton festival returns with a celebration of sacred choral music, kicking off...

The award-winning Choir of Merton College in Oxford marks return of Passiontide at Merton festival with compelling programme of music ancient and modern, from April...

REVIEW: “What a joyful evening. Uniformly excellent. Please go!” Oxford Opera Company’s Magic Flute...

What a joyful evening! Mozart meets Pantomime in “The Magic Flirt” (oops, “Flute”), a bawdy take on this classic English-version opera, directed by Paul Carr.

TOP 10+ Unmissable March concerts: Oxford Lieder’s forgotten female composers, 2 UK premieres, a...

1) Tchaikovsky's Fifth Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra, Sheldonian. Thursday March 10. Marios Papadopoulos conducts, after Russell Hirshfield joins him for Scriabin’s delectable Piano Concerto – a blend...

Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra’s star-studded Haydn weekend heralds world-class 2022 line-up!

Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra continues its star-studded 2022 season this weekend with some magnificent concerts to set the scene for an impressive line-up over the coming...

“A feast of glorious music” Keble Early Music Festival is back with a new...

The BBC Singers, Blackadder Baroque Brass, The Henry Ley Singers, The Choir of Keble College and Instruments of Time & Truth are all featuring in...

‘His music needs to be heard!’ Why Joseph Bologne is heading up The Oxford...

We are all familiar with Bach, Mozart, Haydn, but how many of us have heard about Joseph Bologne?  And yet The Oxford...

Loverly! My Fair Lady shines at New Theatre with ambitious production by The Oxford...

The Oxford Operatic Society has overcome Covid, almost two years of delay, and last-minute cast changes, to bring us this wonderful and ambitious production of...
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