Oxford Symphony Orchestra


Open in outlook, friendly and welcoming in approach, Oxford Symphony Orchestra brings together committed local players and exceptional soloists. Under the professional direction of Robert Max the orchestra is growing in stature and reputation, enriching music in the city with enterprising programmes and exciting performances. Discover more

Robert Max

Saturday 22 June, Sheldonian Theatre

Beethoven 9

Beethoven's Ninth Symphony with its choral finale is renowned as an affirmation of the ideals of freedom, hope and universal brotherhood. The concert opens with Janáček's celebratory Sinfonietta. The sound and spectacle of its fanfares for 14 trumpets is awe-inspiring. More details

Maria Włoszczowska

Saturday 16 November, Oxford Town Hall

Autumn Concert

Tchaikovsky's romantic overture Romeo and Juliet and Richard Strauss's richly expressive tone poem Death and Transfiguration frame a performance of Szymanowski's Violin Concerto no.1, a work of soaring lyricism. Violinist Maria Włoszczowska performs as a soloist and chamber musician worldwide. Mail me when tickets are available