OSJ Concerts at Dorchester Abbey

CANCELLED OSJ in Dorchester Abbey – January at 6pm and 8pm.

Dorchester Abbey, OX10 7HH
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£15

CANCELLED BY LOCKDOWN
Glazunov Intermezzo Romantico
Faure Four songs Papillon, Fleur Jetee, Au bord de l'eau, Le secret
Samuel Coleridge-Taylor Danse nègre
Wagner Siegfried idyll

Ilona Domnich soprano

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30 January 2021

CANCELLED OSJ in Dorchester Abbey – February at 6pm and 8pm.

Dorchester Abbey, OX10 7HH
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£15

CANCELLED BY LOCKDOWN
Schoenberg Notturno for strings and harp
George Walker Idyll
Debussy Dances for strings and harp
Suk Serenade

Gwenllian Llyr harp

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27 February 2021

St Matthew Passion at Dorchester Abbey at 6pm. Pre-booking essential.

Dorchester Abbey, OX10 7HH
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£15 – £20

Bach St Matthew Passion
Orchestra of St John's
OSJ Ashmolean Voices
John Lubbock conductor

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13 March 2021

OSJ in Dorchester Abbey – April at 6pm and 8pm. Pre-booking essential.

Dorchester Abbey, OX10 7HH
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£15 196 tickets left Buy Now

Easter motets
Bach cello suite
Durufle requiem with organ and cello

Garwyn Linnell cello
OSJ Ashmolean Voices
Orchestra of St John's

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02 April 2021

OSJ in Dorchester Abbey – May at 6pm and 8pm. Pre-booking essential.

Dorchester Abbey, OX10 7HH
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£15 198 tickets left Buy Now

Liszt Ave Maria
Liszt Die seligkeiten
Schumann Dichterliebe world premiere orchestration by John Lubbbock

Julien van Mellaerts baritone
OSJ Ashmolean voices

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08 May 2021

OSJ in Dorchester Abbey – June at 6pm and 8pm. Pre-booking essential.

Dorchester Abbey, OX10 7HH
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£15 197 tickets left Buy Now

Vaughan Williams Lark Ascending for violin and voices
Bach music for solo violin

Motets by Tallis, Harry and Stanford

Johanna Roehrig violin
OSJ Ashmolean Voices

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05 June 2021

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