24 February 2012
Oxford Music

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  • Music at Oxford
    DHP Group is one of the UK’s leading companies in the entertainment sector, with our main activities being promoting concerts, running clubs, operating venues and managing artists. Established in Nottingham more than 30 years ago, and now operating successfully nationwide we believe our mixture of big company capability and small company ethics makes us unique.
  • Oxford Early Music Festival
  • THE SCHUBERT PROJECT BRINGING SCHUBERT’S VIENNA TO OXFORD
    In 2014 Oxford Lieder presents the UK’s first complete performance of Schubert songs in a unique festival featuring a stellar array of the world’s great singers. During his short life - just 31 years - Schubert created a remarkable body of work in his 650 songs and these will form the heart of the Schubert Project. Around this, the city of Oxford will be buzzing with other music and events that will further illuminate the songs and bring to life the world that Schubert himself inhabited.
  • Stratford Jazz Gig List News March to June 2014
    Stratford Jazz Gig List News March to June 2014
  • RABBIT FOOT SPASM BAND
    The Original Rabbit Foot Spasm band are one of Oxford’s premier bands, having built up a strong following in the last couple of years with sell out gigs and overwhelmingly positive reviews from the Oxford press. The band is renowned for its ability to make a crowd lose themselves in a chaotic haze of booze - soaked, adrenaline fuelled raucous post-punk mash up of Trad Jazz, Calypso and New Orleans R&B. The lyrics of the songs show a dark and contemporary sensibility spiced with a mordant sense of humour which is particularly in evidence in their latest single ‘King of Wine’
  • Nestlé and Salzburg Festival Young Conductors Award 2014
    Salzburg Festival Press Release,



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