Our Next Concerts

Bach and Telemann with Maggie Faultless

September 22 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm University Church of St Mary the Virgin, High Street

Maggie Faultless, one of Europe’s foremost Baroque specialists, directs a programme of Baroque classics

OUP choir – Mozart and Vivaldi

November 10 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm St Barnabas, Oxford, St Barnabas Street

Malcolm Pearce conducts OUP choir with the Oxford Sinfonia

Bach in Banbury

December 1 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm St Mary’s Banbury, Horse Fair

Bach Magnificat
Charpentier Te Deum
Messe de minuit pour Noel

Handel Messiah at SJE Arts

December 20 @ 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm SJE Arts, 109a Iffley Rd

vOx and Oxford Sinfonia come together to play Handel’s Messiah in the new re-orchestration by John Lubbock for Wind Orchestra, Soloists and Choir

ABOUT THE OXFORD SINFONIA

Founded in 1984, we are an amateur chamber orchestra of the highest standard. The orchestra does not have a fixed membership or a permanent musical director. This enables it to engage a wide range of accomplished musicians to direct and play in each concert. Many of our players are involved in music professionally, though not necessarily as performers.

We promote four concerts a year and some special projects, and specialise in accompanying choral societies. We have been involved in twinning concerts, fireworks concerts and concerts for charities.

We regularly offer young, up-and-coming soloists and conductors the opportunity to work with the orchestra.

We are a registered charity no 1005364.

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Concert Tickets

Tickets for Oxford Sinfonia concerts are now on sale on this website. Follow ‘Click here to buy tickets’ for each concert.

New Players

We are always keen to hear from good new players, especially violins. To apply to play with the orchestra, please email info@OxfordSinfonia.co.uk.

Watch us play

We appear in the above video from the Venice Biennale following our concert conducted by Cayenna Ponchione in January 2015 on the theme of 'Water'. Listen to us at 3'59".

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