Schubert | Beethoven | Dvorák

Schubert | Beethoven | Dvorák

October 2018
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Join Oxford’s premier chamber orchestra and conductor John Warner for an evening to remember. We start with the warm-hearted melodies of Schubert's Rosamunde overture, and will then be joined by Midori Komachi for Beethoven's beautiful and innovative violin concerto. The final piece is Antonin Dvořák's Symphony No. 7, a work of dark-hued grandeur and passion. 

Duration: 1 hour 50mins with interval

Book Tickets

Violin: Midori Komachi | Conductor: John Warner

Performing: Rosamunde Overture | Violin concerto | Symphony No. 7

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