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Though both innovative and contemporary, this masterpiece is yet firmly in the tradition of the great masses, notably Verdi’s, to whom Britten pays tribute. Its themes, message and musical power, with poetry about WW1 and dedicated to fallen friends in WW2, are as relevant today as when Britten first wrote it. Nicholas Cleobury, who worked with the War Requiem’s first tenor Peter Pears, will lead the Oxford Bach Choir, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, soloists and Christ Church Cathedral Choristers in a stunning performance in Oxford’s Town Hall.
Pre-concert event at 7pm. Concert ends 9.30pm. Please note there will be no interval in this performance. Latecomers will not be admitted.
This performance is sold-out.
Call 01865 244806 to join the waiting list for returns.
Front Stalls (unreserved seating) £40 Rear Stalls (unreserved seating) £35
Centre Balcony £30 Front Row Balcony (restricted view) £15
Second Row Balcony (restricted view) £10
Concessions: (Only one concession can be applied to a ticket)
Limited Mobility / 6 to 18 year olds 50% discount
Students / Job Seekers Allowance £5 off
Discounts: (Concessions and Discounts cannot be combined)
Group discount: 10+ tickets per concert 15% discount*
Season discount: buy tickets to 6+ concerts 15% discount*
*This discount is not available online. To take advantage of this discount, please call the box office on 01865 244806 or book in person at the Oxford Playhouse.