We’ve just announced some new events as part of our 2015-2016 Birthday Season, details below, plus details of a new Night Shift event and other recently-announced concerts outside of our main season:Read More
For this CD we are joined by Polyphony and Stephen Layton for Bach’s most dramatic masterpiece. Featuring a starry team of soloists, Layton directs a vivid account, the excitement of the narrative drama contrasting with heartbreaking moments of reflection.
In Ian Bostridge, we have the most iconic Evangelist of the last twenty years; an artist who is an incomparable communicator, a singer of technical brilliance, and an impassioned, experienced interpreter of Bach’s music.Read More
Not all tours are the same…
…so we found out when OAE violinist Susie Carpenter-Jacobs went behind the scenes for us back in May, when we took our Bostridge sings Bach concert on tour to Warsaw, Dresden, Prague, Vienna and Innsbruck.
Her video postcard gives a snapshot of what our musicians get up to whilst away on international tours, including snowball fights, beautiful views, some rather rude water fountains and of course, some wonderful music-making…
For more information on future OAE concerts and tours, visit our What’s On pages.Read More
Here’s what the audience thought of our all-Bach concert with Ian Bostridge, a few weeks ago at the Queen Elizabeth Hall. We’re about to go off on tour with Ian with the same programme, so if you live in Vienna, Dresden, Prague, Warsaw or Innsbruck you still have a chance to catch this concert. Details in the what’s on section.