The Oxford University Music Society was founded in 1872, making it one of Oxford’s oldest and most prestigious societies. It was founded to promote the appreciation and performance of music within the University..
Ensemble ISIS is the Faculty of Music’s contemporary music group dedicated to performing new works by world-class composers as well as the music of talented undergraduate and postgraduate composers in composition workshops and public performances.
OxLOrk is Oxford University’s Laptop Orchestra, an ensemble designed for the performance of live electronic and electroacoustic music by individually expressive players.
The Bate Players is the historical performance ensemble attached to the Music Faculty at the University of Oxford. Student-led, the name of the group comes from Philip Bate, the original curator of the historical instruments collection at the Music Faculty, the Bate Collection.