Oxford Harmonic Choir sings Rheinberger’s The Star of Bethlehem

2021 nov 27 oxford harmonic choir photo

Join us for a joyful musical celebration of Christmas.  

The programme consists of two uplifting choral compositions, joined by some beautiful seasonal Baroque music by Manfredini and Alessandro Scarlatti.  Vaughan Williams’s Fantasia on Christmas Carols, for baritone and chorus, weaves together a number of carols into a harmonious sequence, while Rheinberger’s Star of Bethlehem, composed in 1894 for soprano, baritone and chorus, is a wonderfully romantic setting of nine linked poems on the Christmas story written by the composer’s wife, Franziska.

Ticket Information

Chairs/Row A £25
Semi-circle £20
Lower gallery £25
Upper gallery £12
Wheelchair users: Chairs/Row A £18
Under 16s: half price any area
Under 18s/students: upper gallery half price, £2 discount all other areas

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

There will be an interval at 20:30 and the concert will finish at 21:30