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The Christmas Carol Concert brings a wonderful selection of seasonal favourites and gives you the chance to join in and sing in the marvellous Sheldonian Theatre. The Christmas Concerto by Candlelight is a truly magical musical experience in the superb acoustics of Exeter College Chapel.

Finally, our exuberant Artistic Director, Stephen Bell presents his unmissable Viennese New Year Concert where, alongside his exciting Strauss selection, he welcomes back COO’s Artist in Residence, internationally acclaimed pianist Tom Poster, to play Grieg’s much loved Piano Concerto.

Our Traditional Christmas Carol Concert and Christmas Concerto by Candlelight have been described by our audience as highlights of their musical year!

Please note: for the two concerts at the Sheldonian Theatre, the chairs and front two rows of the Lower Gallery are not sold by Tickets Oxford Playhouse. They are only available from the City of Oxford Orchestra Ticket Hotline on 01865744457.

All Tickets for the Concertion by Candlelight are also only sold via the Ticket Hotline.

CHRISTMAS CAROL CONCERT

Sunday 15th December at 7pm

Sheldonian Theatre

CONCERTO BY CANDLELIGHT

Sunday 22nd December at 5pm and 8pm

Exeter College Chapel

VIENNESE NEW YEAR CONCERT

Saturday 18th January at 8pm

Sheldonian Theatre

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