About Music at Oxford
Music at Oxford exists to provide an annual series of classical concerts by world-class artists in Oxford’s iconic venues.
Music at Oxford has been presenting professionally managed concerts by artists of international standing for over 30 years. Founded in 1983 to fulfil a need for professional music-making in the city of Oxford, the vision of bringing exceptional classical music to the city continues to this day. Music at Oxford uses a variety of iconic buildings in the city, chosen specifically to suit each concert.
As an international classical series, Music at Oxford programmes a range of music from all periods. In any given season there will be a leading symphony orchestra, and an array of acclaimed soloists, ensembles, choirs, and chamber musicians. Music at Oxford aims to provide a platform for highly talented younger performers, as well as to more established, renowned artists.
Music at Oxford has charitable status, and as such strives to increase access to live classical music performances across the wider community, by providing affordable tickets and a range of discounts. Music at Oxford provides in the region of 12,000 tickets a year to concert-goers, many of which cost as little as £10 (or £5 for students and under 18s). Every venue in the season has disabled access and audience members with access needs are encouraged to contact Music at Oxford directly so that they can ensure an experience that is as comfortable as possible.
Visit the Music at Oxford website for a full schedule of events.