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Back to Bach: Yu-Wei Hu & Johan Löfving

Back to Bach reveals how OBS musicians have returned to the works of JS Bach during lockdown. In this second episode, Yu-Wei Hu (flute) and Johan Löfving (theorbo) explore the Master of melody and harmony.

Oxford Lieder Festival: Bach and Britten with Ian Bostridge and Saskia Giorgini

New College Chapel Holywell Street, Oxford

Oxford Lieder Festival: Bach and Britten with Ian Bostridge and Saskia Giorgini. This is the first event of four in a day that broadly explores the intersection of sacred and secular in song across the ages. Ian Bostridge’s residency at the Oxford Lieder Festival draws to a close with this wonderful programme, juxtaposing and joining Bach and Britten. Broadcast live from Merton College Chapel.

Macmillan: Follow the Stars – A Celebration of Christmas

Recorded at Christ Church Cathedral St. Aldates, Oxford

Celebrate the festive season with the Oxford Bach Soloists and a stellar cast of renowned musicians and A-list celebrities for a Carol Concert, re-imagined for 2020, which is being streamed online free to all and can be enjoyed from the comfort of your own home.

Christmas Baroque at Tilford Bach Society

Spire Church (URC) South Street, Farnham, United Kingdom

Corelli, Handel, J S Bach, Purcell. A special feast of Baroque Christmas music, performed in Farnham for the Tilford Bach Society. The Oxford Bach Soloists are joined by Angela Hicks (soprano), William Purefoy (countertenor), Nick Pritchard (tenor), Ben Davies (baritone) in an evening of favourite Christmas highlights.

Macmillan: Follow the Stars 2021

Christ Church Cathedral St. Aldates, Oxford, United Kingdom

The Oxford Bach Soloists will be performing for the second year at the 'A Celebration of Christmas' concert as part of Macmillan Cancer Support's fund-raising activities. 

Continuo Workshop

New College Chapel Holywell Street, Oxford

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Mass in B minor

St John the Evangelist Church 109A Iffley Road, Oxford, United Kingdom

Featuring soloists from the Oxford Bach Soloists, this concert presents the culmination of a workshop week with members of the Orlando Chamber Choir.   Book tickets

Raynham Hall

Raynham Hall Raynham Hall, Fakenham, Norfolk, United Kingdom

  Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) Cantata 199: Mein Herze schwimmt im Blut Cantata 170: Vergnügte Ruh, beliebte Seelenlust Esther Brazil mezzo-soprano Tom Hammond-Davies conductor Hugh Cutting countertenor Book Tickets In 1714 Johann Sebastian Bach was made Konzermeister of the Weimar court orchestra. With this appointment came the responsibility of providing a cantata, once a month for the […]

Bach Motets: Der Geist hilft

New College Chapel Holywell Street, Oxford

Bach's motets constitute the most perfect and gem-like set amongst his works. They lay at the heart of his work as a teacher and choir-trainer, and grew out of a genre which the Bach family had cultivated for generations. This was the repertory that all his pupils were expected to sing and to master. Der Geist […]

Bach Motets: Lobet den Herrn

New College Chapel Holywell Street, Oxford

Bach’s motets constitute the most perfect and gem-like set amongst his works. They lay at the heart of his work as a teacher and choir-trainer, and grew out of a genre which the Bach family had cultivated for generations. This was the repertory that all his pupils were expected to sing and to master. Lobet […]

Follow the Stars: Macmillan Carols

Christ Church Cathedral St. Aldates, Oxford, United Kingdom

26th Anniversary Concert. Join our celebrities and world class musicians for this popular feast of favourite carols, seasonal choral music and literary readings. Hear John Rutter’s new carol, which was composed especially to celebrate Follow the Stars 25th Anniversary Concert. Help raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support. As well as readings from our wonderful celebrity supporters, including Sally Phillips, […]

Bach Motets: Singet dem Herrn

St Michael at the North Gate Cornmarket, Oxford

Bach's motets constitute the most perfect and gem-like set amongst his works. They lay at the heart of his work as a teacher and choir-trainer, and grew out of a genre which the Bach family had cultivated for generations. This was the repertory that all his pupils were expected to sing and to master. Plainchant […]

Bach: Christmas Oratorio

New College Chapel Holywell Street, Oxford

Oxford’s most evocative seasonal event with an authentic performance of J. S. Bach’s much-loved telling of the Christmas story (Parts I, III, VI). The perfect way to spend your Christmas Eve! With soloists: Sam Cobb (soprano), Hugh Cutting (alto), Tom Kelly (tenor), and Ben Davies (bass) Book now Can't make the concert in person? Then […]

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