La Serenissima

La Serenissima


Caldara Sinfonia in C
Corelli Sinfonia to S. Beatrice d’Estein D minor
Albinoni Sinfonia to La Statira
Vivaldi Concerto Alla rustica in G,RV 151
Tartini Concerto for violin in E, D 51
Albinoni Concerto for 2 oboes in F, op. 9.3
Torelli Sinfonia in C, G 33


We capture the spirit of the Grand Tour with La Serenissima. It led to a boom in music export with which copyists could barely keep up.  Well-known works such as the jubilant double oboe concerto of Albinoni and the jaunty Concerto Alla Rustica of Vivaldi rubs houlders with lesser-known pieces such as the Corelli and Caldara sinfonias, the latter of which – to our knowledge – has never been performed in modern times.

Pre-concert talk ‘Blowing the doors off the Italian baroque’ with Adrian Chandler at 6.30pm. Free to all ticketholders.

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Season Discount for 6+ concerts: The same number of tickets for 6 concerts in the same season must be purchased in the same transaction to enable a discount of 15% of the full price ticket value. This discount can apply to any price band across the 6 concerts. This will automatically apply in your basket once you click through to the last page before payment. 

Please note that Music at Oxford offer discounts for wheelchairs users, people of limited mobility, carers and their own stewards through their phone line booking: 01865 244 806

Duration: 1 hour 45mins

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