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Oxford University Sinfonietta is a chamber orchestra of elite musicians, formed from students of Oxford University. We specialise in high-quality performances of little-known and unexplored repertoire, in particular contemporary and early music.

Our group is unique in the sense that it can vary in size from a small ensemble, to a fully fledged chamber orchestra, meaning that we are able to perform a vast range of repertoire, from Vivaldi and Mozart to the likes of Ligeti and Birtwistle.

News:

Open Rehearsal on Mahler 9, 3rd Movement
Sunday, 5th May, 12.30-3.30pm
Denis Arnold Hall, Music Faculty, Oxford
FREE ENTRY

Royal College of Music Professor Jane Chapman, described as "Britain's most progressive harpsichordist" (The Independent on Sunday) and "the hippest harpsichordist around" (Metro), will be performing as soloist with the Oxford University Sinfonietta in Michaelmas 2013.

More details to follow...



Next Concert:
Monday 13th May
St. Peter's College Chapel

Pre-concert talk by Professor Peter Franklin: 7.30pm
Concert: 8.30pm

Mahler (arr. Simon) - Symphony No. 9
(UK PREMIERE)

Tickets £10/£5 (concessions/students)
(Available on the door or from ousinf@oums.org
)