Rehearsals in Autumn

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Normal Wednesday evening rehearsals start on 8 Sept 2021.

See Rehearsals page.

Our guest soloist for our November concert will be Violinist Mathilde Milwidsky. Read her profile below.



Dates of Future Concerts

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Saturday 20 Nov 2021 St Nicholas Church 7:30

conductor: Jonathan Williams

Violin Solo: Mathilde Milwidsky


Debussy: Prelude a l’apres-midi d’un faune;

Prokofiev: Violin concerto no. 1 op 19

Sibelius: 2nd Symphony.

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Our 2022 Spring Concert will take place 19 March at St Nicholas Church

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Covid-19 Advisory : members of the audience are informed that:
(1) It is strongly requested to wear masks until seated(2) Audience members can sit together as groups, but spacing between different groups in the same row of seats must be 1m minimum(3) Toilet facilities are in the church hall (4) no interval refreshments will be available.


Guest Soloist

Born in London in 1994, violinist Mathilde Milwidsky has performed as a soloist at venues in the UK such as the Royal Festival Hall, the Wigmore Hall, Kings Place, St John's Smith Square, Cadogan Hall and the Royal Albert Hall as well as across Europe in Finland, Holland, Belgium, Switzerland, Greece, Spain, Ireland and Sweden.

She has been broadcast on BBC Radio 3 ‘In Tune’, BBC Radio 4, Radio Swiss Classic, Yle Radio Suomi (Finnish National Radio) and Hessischer Rundfunk.

She studied violin at the Royal Academy of Music under György Pauk, and is currently a postgraduate at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater München at under Professor Mi-kyung Lee.


Our Conductor

Dr Jonathan Williams is a renowned conductor, orchestrator, composer and musicologist. Recent highlights include standing in for Sir Simon Rattle, composing for a new Sony video game and the release of a CD with the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment. He is the director of the Rameau Project and is currently co-editing a volume on Rameau. He was appointed as the first director of College Music in 2006 at St Hilda's College Oxford.

Our conductor