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News

Tchaikovsky’s much-loved Serenade, and the rarely heard Fuchs Serenade, will be played b...

Two books by members of the Faculty of Music have recently been published. Operatic Geographie...

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Events

19 Sep

Andrew Chamblin Memorial Concert

  The thirteenth annual Andrew Chamblin Memorial Concert will be given by David Titterington HonFRCO ...

26 Sep

Music and Late Medieval European Court Cultures (MALMECC) Conference

  The ERC-funded MALMECC project is exploring late medieval court cultures and the role of sounds and...

27 Sep

Music and Late Medieval European Court Cultures (MALMECC) Conference

  The ERC-funded MALMECC project is exploring late medieval court cultures and the role of sounds and...

11 Oct

Death in Venice

Tenor Mark Padmore is preparing to take on the role of Aschenbach in David McVicar’s production of Benja...

12 Oct

The Korrigan Consort presents ‘Life of St. Frideswide’

The Korrigan Consort welcomes you to join our celebration of a phenomenal figure in Oxford: St Frideswide,...

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Why Study at the Faculty of Music?

The Oxford University Music Faculty is one of the largest and liveliest music departments in the UK. As an internationally renowned centre of teaching and research in all aspects of music, it is an exciting and stimulating environment in which to work and study…

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