- One of Oxford's oldest mixed-voice amateur choirs
- Concerts in central Oxford's major venues
- Extensive repertoire of large-scale classical choral works
The Oxford Harmonic Society, founded in 1921, is one of Oxford's oldest non-collegiate choirs and one of Oxfordshire’s leading amateur, mixed-voice choral societies. We are a friendly choir with about 150 singing members and welcome talented and enthusiastic singers wishing to join us. Each year the choir performs three choral concerts in Oxford, covering a diverse range of classical music, under the baton of conductor Robert Secret. The main venues for these concerts are the Sheldonian Theatre and Oxford Town Hall. Most concerts also feature professional soloists and the Orchestra of Stowe Opera.
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Next concert: Handel's Saul at 7.30pm on Saturday 22 June 2013 in Oxford Town Hall. Tickets on sale now.
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The History page includes sample recordings, reviews of Oxford Harmonic Society concerts, and further information about previous performances. Click on the image below to read the recent Oxford Times article about our 90th Anniversary.
Oxford Harmonic Society is a member of Making Music Reg. Charity No. 1023028