Lunchtime Recital: [Working Title]
New Music by musicians from St Hilda’s and St Anne’s
Lennox Smith - Stranger Lands
Tom Carr - A Memory
Nick Ingram - A Sweet Potato Colony
Livi van Warmelo - Late Frost
Tom Carr -...
EXPO x Explore Ensemble: Augmented Instruments
Explore Ensemble join forces with EXPO Oxford to present an evening of new works with experimental technology - featuring embedded robotic piano machines, Virtual Reality scores, live electronics, and video - all intertwined with acoustic instruments in live performance.
Patsy Wood Family Prom
What do the seasons sound like? Find out with Cat and her friends as we go on a musical adventure from autumn to spring, ending with a mid-summer celebration! Bring your scarf, sunglasses and witch's hat!
Lunchtime Recital: Tales of the Fantastical
A recital for soprano with Laura Coppinger (St Hilda's) and David Palmer (Worcester)
Handel ‘Ma Quando Tornerai’ from Alcina, ‘An den Mond’ (Schubert), ‘Zwielicht’, ‘Waldegesprach’ (Schumann), and ‘Hexenlied’ (Mendelssohn), Thea Musgrave A ...
Sir Michael Rawlins GBE, MD, FRCP, FMedSci: Novel approaches to assessing the safety and efficacy of new medicines
Under the leadership of the new Climax Chair of Clinical Therapeutics, Professor Duncan Richards, St Hilda’s College is establishing an innovative research centre aimed at addressing some of the key questions facing Clinical Therapeutics today.
We are launching this initiative on 11th...
Goehr & Harry Mini-Festival: Villiers Quartet
These two concerts interleave piano works and string quartets by one of Britain’s greatest living composers, Alexander Goehr, with the music of one of his former students, Martyn Harry...
Goehr & Harry Mini-Festival: Jonathan Powell (piano)
These two concerts interleave piano works and string quartets by one of Britain’s greatest living composers, Alexander Goehr, with the music of one of his former students, Martyn Harry, who...
Lunchtime Recital: David Sadlier (tenor) and Lelia Sadlier (piano)
David Sadlier – ‘one of America’s leading dramatic tenors’ and founder of the Cornish-American Song Institute – is joined by his wife Lelia, both newly arrived this week from the University of Indiana.
Beethoven’s An die ferne Geliebte
And songs by Finzi
ANIMA: New Music with Animation
The ANIMA ensemble conducted by Chris Roe presents a night of live music with film, performing scores made by students from the Ruskin School of Art in close collaboration with student composers from the Music Faculty of the University of Oxford.
Lunchtime Recital: Holly Jackson (cello)
Holly Jackson (St Hilda's)
Curated by Dr. Jonathan Williams, the Director of College Music at St Hilda's, the popular Lunchtime Recital Series offers weekly concerts...