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Sunday 9 December, 3pm
New College Chapel, Oxford

Nun komm der Heiden Heiland BWV 61. Bach’s Advent Cantata with a rousing French ‘Ouverture’ and divine angels hovering round the manger. 

Christmas Oratorio

Monday 24 December, 5pm
New College Chapel, Oxford

SOLD OUT!
Walk-ups admitted to the ante-chapel on a first-come-first-served basis.

Oxford’s most evocative seasonal event with an authentic performance of J.S. Bach’s much-loved telling of the Christmas story.

The perfect way to start your Christmas Eve!

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