14 December @ 8.00pm to 10.00pm
About Music at Oxford’s Christmas at Christ Church
Music at Oxford’s famous annual celebration of Christmas music and carols in the atmospheric surroundings of Christ Church Cathedral combines a popular mix of seasonal nostalgia and festive cheer.
Under the expert direction of Steven Grahl, the choir will take us on a musical journey through Christmases past and present, punctuated by readings from the creators of the theatre company Box Tale Soup: the wonderful actors Antonia Christophers and Noel Byrne.
Christ Church Cathedral Choir is revered for the vibrancy of its sound and its artistic flexibility, performing early and contemporary music with equal skill.
Over the years, the choir has provided a perfect platform for singers to progress to other award-winning choral groups such as the BBC Singers, The Sixteen, The King’s Singers, The Tallis Scholars and The Cardinall’s Musick, as well as to solo careers in oratorio, opera and musical theatre.
The choir is regularly involved in broadcasts of Evensong and other key services and concerts, and is often heard performing theme tunes and incidental music for TV dramas and films.
Music at Oxford’s annual celebration of Christmas music and carols at Christ Church is enjoyed by many and is a firm fixture in the choir’s diary.
Dates & times:
Wednesday 14 December at 8.00pm
Saturday 17 December at 8.00pm
Full price tickets – £15.00 to £45.00
Standard concession tickets – £7.50 to £22.50
About 2 hours with a 20-minute interval.
Standard concession tickets are available for under 18s, students and those on Job Seeker’s Allowance. Please bring your ID or proof of JSA to show on the door.
If you have access concerns or requirements, contact the box office by calling 01865 244806 or see the booking info page for additional information.
Early booking is recommended as these concerts always sell out quickly.
Maximum 10 tickets for this event per order.