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Oxford International Song Festival

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The theme for this year’s Oxford International Song Festival (formerly Oxford Lieder) aligns the visual arts with poetry and music in a wide variety of ways.

Alongside a roster of world-renowned singers and pianists you will find colour, fashion, dance, musical manuscripts that are themselves artworks, artist composers, five world premieres including a new song cycle, an astonishing jazz pianist, a Schubert-inspired band, and much more besides!

For full details of all events, including Festival Passes, under 35s tickets, multi-buy discounts, and our new ‘Oxford Song Bus’ initiative please visit: oxfordsong.org/events

13-28 October

Email: boxoffice@oxfordsong.org

Telephone: 01865 591276 (Mon-Fri 11am-4pm)

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