Bach’s Brandenburg Concertos: wellbeing and aspiration

OCTOBER 2021 – MARCH 2022


We’re delighted to present our Brandenburg 300 series.

Just over 300 years ago, on 24 March 1721, Johann Sebastian Bach presented a set of six concertos to Christian Ludwig, Margrave of Brandenburg. Supernaturally dazzling in richness and variety, and deliberately virtuosic in scope, their survival is almost an accident. Their emphasis on many diverse instruments creates a communal rather than a soloistic experience of the concerto.

In the wake of the lockdowns and terrible hardships our communities have endured, an increased interest in wellbeing and mental health has come into focus.

Connecting with the Zeitgeist, our concerts proffer Bach’s music as a resource for increasing wellbeing and aspiration in six themes: spirit, mind, people, body, place, planet. Together with the cantatas that ‘mirror’ them, the Brandenburg Concertos tell a story of love, balance, empowerment, dance, wonder, and stewardship.

Join us as we unlock these inspiring themes with the greatest music ever written.


£25 Chapel
£15 Antechapel
Students half price
U18 Free

A 10% discount will be offered to anyone purchasing tickets for all six concerts.

Booking fee may apply.

Bookings are handled by our Box Office Partner Ticket Source.

0333 666 3366


Friends of Oxford Bach Soloists can enjoy exclusive early access to tickets from Monday 23rd August at 9 am (UK). General bookings will open on Tuesday 31st August at 9 am (UK).

Please note that we no longer accept postal bookings.

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