Senbla presents Ellen Kent’s Carmen, the Opera International’s award-winning production featuring an evening of passion, sexual jealousy, death and unforgettable arias.
Browse our growing guide to the best Classical Music Concerts, Opera & Ballet events and festivals in Oxford and across Oxfordshire.
With eight productions this summer, Waterperry Opera Festival 2023 is the perfect opportunity to fall in love with this splendid art form.
The Oxford Piano Festival is nine days of piano festivities, with a packed schedule of masterclasses and concerts from top names in the piano world.
Leonard Bernstein’s Candide is a supercharged wild ride in which 18th-century France crashes into 20th-century post-war America.
For this culmination of the Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra’s season at the Sheldonian Theatre, Marios Papadopoulos conducts Bruckner’s symphony here after Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 2
This is a tale of mismatched love across different social classes. Climb aboard to find out and enjoy a feast of fun along the way. Hip hip hooray!
Find stunning views of the beautiful Oxfordshire countryside for HMS Pinafore on the outdoor stage at lakeside amphitheatre at Heath Farm.
Experience the magic of world-class live ballet right on your doorstep when the Ballet Central Tour performs at Chipping Norton Theatre.
This powerful new adaptation of one of the world’s most cherished classical ballets stars English Youth Ballet’s international principals and talented young dancers from the local area.
Featuring new compositions by Afghan composers living in exile, this concert celebrates the rich history of traditional Afghan music at a time when making music in Afghanistan is forbidden.
This year, the Waterperry Opera Festival Young Artists will present a Gala concert comprising selected arias and ensembles from several different operas.
FLORA, a new commission, is a multi-disciplinary work exploring gesture and femininity through both music and dance.
An intimate evening concert of two of Wagner’s small-scale masterpieces, juxtaposing music expressing the purity of nature and the turbulence of human emotion: themes which are at once contrasting and yet both intensely Wagnerian.