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Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Oxford, United Kingdom

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OxfordBeethoven Three

Mozart, Beethoven
Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra; Marios Papadopoulos

OxfordHandel's Messiah

Handel: Messiah
Edward Higginbottom; Instruments of Time and Truth; Oxford Consort of Voices; Rowan Pierce; Alexander Chance

OxfordChristmas with John Rutter

Finzi, Rutter
Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra; John Rutter; Susannah Hill; Jonathan Brown; Oxford Choir of Merton College


Handel: Messiah
Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra; Marios Papadopoulos; Alexandra Lowe; Ed Lyon; Michael Mofidian

OxfordChamber Music at Merton

Haydn, Glière, Mendelssohn
Charlotte Scott; Mats Lidström; Marios Papadopoulos

OxfordThe Genius of Mozart

Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra; Marios Papadopoulos; Alim Beisembayev
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Henschel and Kynoch deliver a haunting Winterreise at Oxford Lieder

Oxford Lieder's theme may be 'Winter into Spring', but in Schubert’s Winterreise, snow lies deep throughout with nary a glimpse of warmer prospects.
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In the footsteps of Hafez: exploring Persian poetry at Oxford Lieder

A deep-dive into the world of 14th-century Persian poet, Hafez, and his influence on song across the centuries. 
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Dangerous Liaisons and Magic Horns close Oxford Lieder

The final day of Oxford Lieder's 80-event festival was framed by two recitals taking us from the world of German folklore andDes Knaben Wunderhorn, to the pain and drama of romantic entanglements. 
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Three Russian giants in Oxford

Had the piece been much longer, pianist, instrument, audience and hall would surely have been consumed by some Pentecostal fire. Which is more or less what the composer had in mind.
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A tour d'horizon of French song; Gens and Manoff enchant Oxford

Here was singing and playing to live long in the memory.
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Eros in Oxford: Brahms, Janáček and gypsies

Julius Drake’s torrential postlude capped an evening in which he had been superb throughout.
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