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Our Music for Autism programme has been running continuously for over 20 years. OSJ’s musicians spend around 70 days a year in special schools, both locally and nationally, playing to and engaging with children and young people with autism.  
  • November 26, 2020
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“My class love these sessions” “Yes please!!!!!!!!!” (for a slot for the upcoming session – I have not exaggerated the exclamation marks) “Our class would love to do that” “We’d love this opportunity, our pupils really benefit from these sessions”...
  • November 5, 2020
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This concert was given by young string players from the Royal Academy of Music and by newly graduated soprano and Leeds maths graduate Sophie Pullen in the Atrium of the Ashmolean Musuem. The intriguing programme was of music for strings...
  • September 24, 2020
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“The staff and patients at Evenlode would like to thank all of your team that turn up every Wednesday to play for us all. We fully appreciate you every week and enjoy the different instruments that you all play. Without...
  • September 21, 2020
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In August we trialled a new initiative to take music remotely to NHS staff in their common rooms.
  • August 29, 2020
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Conductor John Lubbock has a few surprises up his sleeve when the Orchestra of St John’s heads to Dorchester Abbey next month. The OSJ Unlocked concert series, which runs from September to December, will feature several rarely-performed pieces alongside classical...
  • August 24, 2020
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John Lubbock recorded at the Sheldonian Theatre, Oxford