Music at Oxford is an independent concert promoter. We arrange a season of classical music concerts, each year from October-June, inviting a selection of prestigious internationally-known performers to the city.
Established in 1983, we currently promote around 20 concerts each year in a number of different venues around the city. Principally we use the Sheldonian Theatre but also SJE Arts, the Holywell Music Room, Christ Church Cathedral and Oxford University college chapels. This mix of venues provides an exciting range of live-music experience, from recitals and small ensembles to choirs and symphony orchestras, with 200-900 seating capacity.
Music at Oxford would be unable to survive with out the committed support of our patrons, sponsors and donors. Visit the Individual Giving page to find out more.
Music at Oxford is a registered charity, overseen by a board of trustees. Our Life President is Yvonne Pye and our trustees are: Robin Barker (Chair), Edwin Antill, Nick Hedges and Ralph Waller. Our activities are organised by a team of four (see below) as well as many volunteers. Visit the Careers & Volunteering page to find out more.