Pēteris Vasks: Epifania for string orchestra
Anton Arensky: Quartet for violin, viola and two cellos
Johannes Brahms: Clarinet quintet

Tchaikovsky’s protégé Arensky writes a tribute which seems to carry a coded message about his master’s death; Brahms encodes his relationship with Clara Schumann into one of the most searing and soulful of all chamber works. And we round off our portrait of our distinguished composer-in-residence, Peteris Vasks, with a work for string orchestra which encapsulates the sheer beauty of his soundworld, Epifania.       

Duration: 2 hours 30mins with interval

Book Tickets

Book Tickets

Members' £125 "Rover" ticket available only by telephone or in person with code provided by OCMF. Call 01865 305 305 or visit us at Oxford Playhouse. Rover ticket does not cover Fata Morgana at the Sheldonian.

People who bought tickets for HIDDEN MESSAGE also bought tickets for...

  • music

    Oxford Pro Musica Singers presents two masterpieces: Allegri’s Miserere, one of the most iconic pieces of choral music and a subli...

    Thu 22 Mar

  • music

    The Marian Consort Merton College Girls’ Choir Rory McCleery              conductor Jackson                        Stabat Mater (first performance) Allegri...

    Fri 23 Mar

  • music

    James Lancelot (Organist Emeritus of Durham Cathedral) Bach               Passacaglia BWV 582 Buxtehude    Ach Herr, mich armen...

    Sat 24 Mar

We use cookies on this website to improve how it works and how it’s used.

Accept & Continue