Handel’s Messiah with Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra

Anne-Sophie Mutter (black dress, red background)

2020 gave us a taste of the unthinkable: a Christmas without Handel’s most festive oratorio, Messiah. Part German passion, part English anthem, part Italian opera, Messiah changed the landscape of vocal music in Britain from the moment it was first performed in 1742 and has held audiences awestruck for nearly three centuries – a towering and inspired creation for soloists, chorus and orchestra that still brings audiences to their feet. Steven Grahl of Christ Church conducts the Orchestra and his own Schola Cantorum of Oxford in a performance of Messiah that, after all we’ve been through, will surely be extra special.

Messiah, HWV 56

Rhian Lois - Soprano
Stephanie Wake-Edwards - Mezzo-soprano
Robert Murray - Tenor
Peter Harvey - Bass
Schola Cantorum of Oxford 
Steven Grahl - Conductor

Ticket Information

£54 / £40 / £30 / £18 / Students from £5

Doors open at 18:30 ready for a 19:00 start.

Latecomers permitted at an appropriate point in the performance

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