The University Church is one of the finest concerts venues in Oxford, offering a stunning setting, resonant acoustics, and central location. We host a variety of choral, orchestral and other concerts throughout the year, featuring Oxford's finest instrumentalists, international ensembles, and up and coming student musicians.

Upcoming Concerts at St Mary's
Oxford University Chorus
haydn chorus

8:00pm, Wednesday 19th June 2019

The Oxford University Chorus performs Haydn's 'Missa in Angustiis' (Mass for troubled times), more commonly known as the Nelson Mass, to conclude this year's programme of concerts.

Join us on Wednesday 19th June at 8pm in the University Church of St Mary the Virgin for an exciting performance of one of Haydn's greatest works. Finish the year with a bang!

Opus 48

SATURDAY 22nd June - 7.30pm

Carl Orff - Carmina Burana
Aaron Copland - Old American Songs
Francis Poulenc - Sonata for Two Pianos

David Crown - Conductor

The Beauregard Youth Choir 
The Millennial Percussion Ensemble
Pianos: Adam Johnson & Jo Sealey 

Soprano: Luci Briginshaw
Tenor: William Morgan
Baritone: Matthew Durkan

Opus 48 - Oxford’s newest choral society - presents Carl Orff’s thrilling and visceral Carmina Burana for their Summer concert. The performance will also feature the award-winning Beauregard Youth Choir and the extraordinary Millennial Percussion Ensemble.  

​It will be paired with a selection of Aaron Copland’s beautiful Old American Song choral arrangements. This wonderful evening also includes Poulenc’s incredible Sonata for Two Pianos. Not to be missed.​

University Church Choir