“I never regretted giving up my career to have children.” Kadiatu Kanneh-Mason on motherhood,...

Any preconceptions I had about Kadiatu Kanneh-Mason dissolved the moment we spoke. Yes, her seven children have turned into a musical dynasty and tour all...

Endeavour’s Shaun Evans, Patricia Hodge, Sally Phillips and Roger Allam in Macmillan’s A Celebration...

Tickets are selling fast for one of Oxford’s most popular annual Christmas events, which is coming up at Christ Church Cathedral this Friday. 

BREAKING NEWS: The Choir of Magdalen College keeps May Morning tradition alive by singing...

The May Morning celebrations may well have been cancelled, but the Choir of Magdalen College is determined not to let this 500-year-old Oxford tradition go...

Flamboyant cellist Gabriella Swallow will perform two world premieres at Oxford Festival Of The...

Gabriella Swallow is an old hand at this lockdown business. She's already taken part in the VE Day celebrations in an empty Albert Hall accompanying...

BREAKING NEWS: Oxford Lieder Festival’s line up boasts 35 classical music events and some...

Tickets will soon be on sale for this year’s Oxford Lieder Festival, which runs from October 10-17 and paves the way for what founder and...

REVIEW: Second World War setting for Opera Anywhere’s Hansel and Gretel triumphs in Sunningwell

The innovative Opera Anywhere – now approaching its 20thanniversary – has come up trumps again with this lovely production of Hansel and Gretel, Humperdinck’s operatic version...

Competition entries pour in for Oxford Festival of the Arts ‘Gone in 60 Seconds’...

OFA’s 60 Second Challenge to Budding Composers If you’re looking for a diversion over the Christmas holidays, or want to reactivate your...

REVIEW: “Oxford Opera Company is already proving to be a real asset to the...

Review: La Boheme - Oxford Opera Company Following an outstandingly successful Carmen last year, Oxford Opera Company headed back to the Oxford Playhouse at the...

British composer Francis Pott talks about ‘At First Light’ and working with Oxford chamber...

Lockdown hasn’t been all bad for local Oxford chamber choir Commotio. Concerts may have had to be cancelled, but the recent release of the choir’s...

REVIEW: Waterperry Opera Festival was “a truly wonderful occasion by a company that consistently...

Review: Ariel/Cosi fan tutte, Waterperry Opera Festival It was a moment to cherish. With an audience arranged in a socially distanced way...
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