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Music and maths: That well known combination can only mean one thing – Marcus...

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It is well known that music and maths are closely connected. To prove the point, the Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra is teaming up with Oxford University professor Marcus...

BOOK NOW: Oxford Festival Of The Arts’ quirky side – light shows, interactive paintings,...

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Oxford Festival Of The Arts always offers a wonderfully ambitious, unique and diverse programme but this year it has excelled itself. Whilst including a smorgasbord of music, speakers,...

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

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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 of classical...

WHAT TO BOOK in 2023! TOP 55 musicals, concerts, festivals, dance, children’s shows, theatre,...

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Our TOP 50 GUIDE on WHAT TO BOOK FOR 2023 including theatre, comedy, concerts, festivals, children's shows, musicals and exhibitions. Get booking! COMEDY: 1) Angela Barnes' HOT MESS,...

TOP 30+ CHRISTMAS shows, events, markets, pantos, concerts, trails and fairs to book now...

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As the Christmas season approaches and things start getting booked up, now's the time to get some dates in your diary and plan ahead. Here are our...

Royal wedding cello superstar Sheku Kanneh-Mason debuting here with Oxford Philharmonic on Saturday

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Oxford Philharmonic’s star-studded new season Cello superstar Sheku Kanneh-Mason is the latest big name heading to Oxford to perform with the Oxford Philharmonic in what is probably the...

Waterperry Opera Festival overcomes ‘enormous challenges’ to go live with exciting programme. Get your...

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Just as you were getting used to online music as the new normal, along comes Waterperry Opera Festival taking the bold step of staging an actual live...

Opera Anywhere reinvents digital opera to help the classical music company survive

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Digital is where it’s at this year for performing companies, and many have come up with some wonderfully imaginative projects, certainly in the world of classical music. One...

The Orchestra of St John’s in Oxford takes to YouTube with a unique version...

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The Orchestra of St John’s has taken to YouTube and one of its online highlights is its unique version of Messiah. Handel’s most famous oratorio was re-scored for wind...
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