Sun 29 Jul & Tue 14 Aug, Exeter College
The chapel dominates the Front Quad of the College and plays frequent host to organ recitals, major services and various other musical and dramatic performances. The Chapel was built in 1850, and is an outstanding example of gothic architecture. The building and its decoration are in the style of the Sainte-Chapelle in Paris.
Facilities: Toilets, Bar (College members only).
The Oxford Early Music Festival
Elegant Music for Enlightened Despots.
Intimate chamber music to soothe the autocratic whims of music-loving benevolent despots of the Age of Enlightenment, incl. Louis XV, Frederick the Great, and the Elector of Saxony Frederick August 'the Strong’.
Virtuosic masterpieces by Telemann, CPE Bach, Quantz, and Couperin are performed by award-winning Charivari Agréable: Dan Watts (baroque flute), May Robertson (baroque violin), Martin Clark (baroque bassoon) & Kah-Ming Ng (harpsichord).
Duration: 1 hour 30mins with interval
For group concessions (15% discount for 10 or more) call 07891 918 826