Forthcoming Events

 

 

2018 Music at St Giles

(see also our ‘Jazz at St Giles’ pages for our ‘Jazz at St Giles’ concerts in May and July)

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30th June – Saturday: 7:30 pm

Recital: Radcliffe Piano Trio

Bethe Levvy (Piano)
Jacqui Miles (violin)
Emma Chamberlain (cello)

Beethoven: Violin Sonata in G major Op. 30 No. 3
Arensky: Piano Trio third mvt. Adagio
Brahms: Cello Sonata in F major 2nd and 3rd movements
Philip Glass: Sonata for violin and piano 2nd mvt
Schubert: Piano Trio in E flat major D929

Buy Tickets: £12/£10 concs/£8 students/£5 children under ten



2018-06-30 19:30:00
2018-06-30 21:00:00
Europe/London
Recital: Radcliffe Piano Trio
Bethe Levvy (piano), Jacqui Miles (violin), Emma Chamberlain (cello)
St Giles’ Church, Oxford
St Giles’ Church
dac3uk@gmail.com

14 July – Saturday: 7.30 pm

The Titanic House Band – Not Waving but Drowning

For fuller details and to purchase tickets, please look at the entry on our separate ‘Jazz at St Giles’ website


2018-07-14 19:30:00
2018-06-30 21:45:00
Europe/London
‘Not Waving but Drowning’
The Titanic House Band
St Giles’ Church, Oxford
St Giles’ Church
dac3uk@gmail.com

 


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St Giles’ Academy of Music

One of the key aims this year for Project 900 (our fund- raising campaign to mark St. Giles’ 900th anniversary in 2020) is to raise funds for St. Giles’ Academy of Music. The Academy trains young choristers (boys and girls) in singing, piano and organ lessons, music theory and performance technique. Our young musicians are encouraged to perform as soloists and in ensembles, and have achieved great success in music exams and competitive music festivals.

Above all, our scholars learn to value being part of a vibrant community, contributing to the musical life of the city of Oxford, and acting as young musical ambassadors during their concert tours (both in the UK and abroad). The valuable musical education they experience, and happy social life they enjoy together is wonderfully supported by choir parents, to whom we are most grateful for the time and help they generously give accompanying scholars on tour and at concerts, including this spring/summer series. We hope you will support the St. Giles’ Academy of Music by joining us for this exciting concert series.