City of Oxford Choir celebrate the return of live music with a riot of songs about music and singing itself. Music has the ability to amplify powerful emotional responses; City of Oxford Choir's programme abounds with the joy of singing, from Finzi’s My spirit sang all day to the effusive cacophony of Bob Chilcott’s Songs and Cries. Meditative music by Vaughan Williams Silence and Music contemplates the meaning of art itself, while George Jeffreys’ rare and delicious verse anthem A music strange, full of delight brings evocative harmonies. The programme will also include works by Monteverdi, Mendelssohn, Schubert, Kenneth Leighton and Sarah Quartel.
Conductor – Duncan Aspden, Accompanist – Steven Grahl
Wheelchair Spaces & Accessible Seating
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Covid Secure Measures
COVID Secure Measures will include 1m social distancing, ventilation and hand sanitiser. Audience members are requested to wear masks throughout and take a lateral flow test prior to attending (results do not need to be shown). Please do not attend if you have any COVID-19 symptoms.