The Oxford Sinfonia, an amateur chamber orchestra, is joining forces with vOx, Oxford’s leading chamber choir, for a full performance of Handel’s Messiah.
The performance at the University Church of St Mary the Virgin from 7:30 pm on 03 December will be conducted by vOx’s David Crown.
The soloists are Madeline Robinson (Soprano), Annie George (Mezzo), Osian Wyn Bowen (Tenor) and Simon Pratt (Bass/Baritone).
The Oxford Sinfonia
Founded in 1984, The Oxford Sinfonia is an amateur chamber orchestra of the highest standard. The orchestra has neither a fixed membership nor a permanent musical director.
This enables the orchestra to engage a wide range of accomplished musicians to direct and play in each concert. Many of our players are involved in music professionally, though not necessarily as performers.
vOx is Oxford’s leading chamber choir. Under the inspirational leadership of conductor David Crown, vOx has forged a reputation for excellence in repertoire ranging from Renaissance polyphony to contemporary choral works.
Vox is, of course, the Latin for voice and vOx specialise in performing works by composers with a special association with the city and university, from Edmund Turges in the early 16th century to Alexander Campkin today.
Please see important ticketing information below.
Standard tickets – £25.00
Consession tickets (Over 65s and students) – £20.00
All tickets include a programme.
All seating is unallocated.
Accompanied children are free.
Tickets bought from the Sinfonia website will include enrolment on their mailing list.
The organisers encourage you to sit closely in family groups.