In the year that Oxford’s Cardinal Newman has been declared a saint, it’s entirely fitting that Oxford Bach Choir opens its season with a performance of Edward Elgar’s setting of his dramatic poem, The Dream of Gerontius.
Elgar conducted the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra’s very first symphonic concert in 1920, so we welcome them back to the Oxford Bach C for this performance.
The stellar line up soloists are Kathyrn Rudge, Mezzo-Soprano; Ed Lyon, Tenor; and Roderick Williams, Bass who has rightly become renowned for his performances of this work.
Full price: £15 - £42
Concessions: Students are eligible for £5 discount and Under 18's are half price.
Groups of 10 or more: 10% discount. Disabled person’s carer: free
You can purchase tickets from the Oxford Bach Choir ticket office, online or by telephone:
Phone: +44(0)1865 980220
Doors open at 4.30pm
This performance does not have an interval and is scheduled to finish by 7pm.
Unfortunately latecomers will not be able to enter the theatre.