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Our new Events brochure is now available online, both as a PDF on our website and on issuu.com...

Cayenna Ponchione-Bailey, conductor and researcher on the Faculty’s AHRC-funded Transfor...

Displaced Voices is an initiative that brings together University students and students from l...

The Faculty is delighted to announce the award of an MBE ‘for services to music’ t...

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Events

22 Jan

Gender, Women, and Culture Seminar: Dr Julia Mannherz

Week 2: Dr Julia Mannherz Performing Glinka’s Opera ‘A Life for the Tsar’ on the village...

22 Jan

Research Colloquium: Tom Western

Dr Tom Western (Oxford) “Aural Borders, Audible Migrations: Sound and Citizenship in Athens” T...

22 Jan

Lives in Music – The Weinrebe Lecture Series 2019: Anna Beer

  Anna Beer, biographer and author of ‘Sounds and Sweet Airs’, “Notes from the Sile...

23 Jan

The Queen’s College Organ Recitals: David Ponsford

The country’s top organists perform varied programmes. Every Wednesday during term, 1.10pm. Tickets: fr...

23 Jan

Free For All Recital Series

The Faculty’s featured recital series for student performers sees a wide variety of performances through...

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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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