Forthcoming Events

Experiencing Resurrection

An exhibition of paintings
by Nick Mynheer
and Robert Wright

14th April to 20th May
Weekdays: Noon to 2:00pm
Saturdays: 2:00pm to 5:00pm
(not available 12th & 19th May)
Sundays: Noon to 4:00pm

Also, Reflections and Talks
at 12:30pm on Thursdays
during the Exhibition

 

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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28th April – Saturday: 7:30 pm

Concert: Musical Banquet (with food!)

The critically acclaimed Oxfordshire Early Music Trio make a welcome return performing a Gala Charity Concert in aid of The St.Giles Academy of Music. Step back in time 400 years to hear the group serve up an eclectic menu of musical delicacies, including vocal and instrumental works by Dowland and Gibbons along with their English and European contemporaries, interspersed with colourful period anecdotes. A Feast for your Ears!



2018-04-28 19:30:00
2018-04-28 21:00:00
Europe/London
Concert: Musical Banquet (with food!)
Oxfordshire Early Music Trio, including vocal and instrumental works by Dowland and Gibbons
St Giles’ Church, Oxford
St Giles’ Church
dac3uk@gmail.com


05 May – Saturday: 7:30 p,

Nine Lives (The Oxley-Graham Family Band)

See Jazz at St Giles web page for full details and tickets


12th May  – Saturday: 7:30 pm

Concert: by visiting Swedish choir Bankeryds Kyrkokör

A welcome return of the Swedish choir who provide a beautifully blended sound. A programme of sacred music and Swedish songs of Springtime. Wine and refreshments provided.

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


2018-05-12 19:30:00
2018-05-12 21:00:00
Europe/London
Concert: by visiting Swedish choir Bankeryds Kyrkokör
A programme of sacred music and Swedish songs of Springtime.
St Giles’ Church, Oxford
St Giles’ Church
dac3uk@gmail.com


19 May – Saturday : 7:30 pm

Derek Paravacini Trio with Ben Holder

See Jazz at St Giles web page for full details and tickets


16th June – Saturday: 7:30 pm

Recital: Piano and Clarinet

Distinguished Japanese pianist Akino Kitahara and illustrious clarinettist Philip Shirtcliff perform an exciting programme including:

  • Johannes Brahms: Clarinet sonata in E flat major
  • Eric Satie: Gnossienne 1
  • Mark Russell: Three pieces for clarinet & piano
  • Maurice Ravel: Oiseaux Tristes & Alborada del Gracioso.

Wine and refreshments provided.
Tickets: £12/£10 concs/£8 students/ £5 children under ten



2018-06-16 19:30:00
2018-06-16 21:00:00
Europe/London
Recital: Piano and Clarinet
Akino Kitahara and Philip Shirtcliff
St Giles’ Church, Oxford
St Giles’ Church
dac3uk@gmail.com


30th June – Saturday: 7:30 pm

Recital: Violin and Piano

Jacqui Miles

Jacqui Miles and Bethe Levvy play at St Giles’.  Jacqui Miles is first violin at English National Opera and the founder and director of the Oxford Violin School. She is an inspirational and dedicated teacher and mentor to students of all abilities across a range of standards on both violin and piano. Jacqui is a chamber musician and recitalist. Wine and refreshments provided.

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: Violin and Piano
Jacqui Miles and Bethe Levvy
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.