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Queen’s Jubilee Concert by OSJ

04 June 2022 @ 7.00pm

£5.00 – £30.00
Queen’s Jubilee Concert by OSJ
Queen’s Jubilee Concert by OSJ

About Queen’s Jubilee Concert by OSJ

OSJ (Orchestra of St. John’s) invites you to Dorchester Abbey for a concert to celebrate the Queen’s Jubilee.

The concert will feature music from the Coronation and Royal Wedding to include:

Wesley Blessed be the lord and father
Vaughan Williams O taste and see
Handel Zadok the priest
Handel Music for the Royal Fireworks
Vaughan Williams Fantasia on Greensleeves
Toby Young Dorchester Serenade world premiere
Community project Tribute to the 70th jubilee
Parry I was glad
Wesley Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace
Purcell Rejoice in the Lord alway
Walton Coronation Te Deum
Handel Let the bright seraphim

OSJ Voices
Orchestra of St John’s
John Lubbock, conductor

Ticketing information

Standard tickets: From £15.00 to £30.00
Child (under 16s) tickets: £5.00

When you purchase tickets to the Queen’s Jubilee Concert by OSJ, they politely ask that you add a voluntary donation to support their work in the community and with children in Special Educational Needs schools.

Good to know

The Orchestra of St John’s was founded by John Lubbock in 1967 while still a student at the Royal Academy of Music. It owes its name to its association with St John’s Smith Square, Westminster, which was its home for many years.

Some fifty years on, the OSJ remains a busy and vibrant orchestra and John Lubbock remains its conductor and musical director. Over the years, John has gathered around him a group of distinguished players and collaborators who are not only outstanding musicians but who also share his passion for bringing music to people of all ages and from all walks of life.


04 June 2022
£5.00 – £30.00
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Dorchester Abbey
High Street, Dorchester-on-Thames
Wallingford,OxfordshireOX10 7HH
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Orchestra of St John’s
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