• Oxford Orpheus Concert Report – February 2019

    Our sell-out concert on 2nd February 2019 was a hugely exciting event for Oxford Orpheus, as we were honoured to have Sir Thomas Allen CBE sing solo for us in the Faure Requiem.   Sir Tom is our patron,   He has been quietly supportive over the […]

  • Charitable Giving

    Since its formation in 2012 Oxford Orpheus has made donations to a number of charities. These include the Barenboim-Said Foundation (2013), the Motor Neurone Disease Research Association (2014, 2015), Oxfordshire Headway (2016, 2017) and this year the Community Outreach programme of ChristChurch Cathedral Choir School.

  • Mozart Fest 2018

    Once again we are writing to thank those of you who came and sang with us at our wonderful Mozartfest Concert on February 17th in Oxford’s welcoming Town Hall, and those who were members of our considerable audience, the size of which was most gratifying. […]

  • Membership 2018-2019 – Latest news…

    We already have plans for next year, the workshop will be on Saturday 24th November 2018, as usual, at The Wesley Memorial Church, New Inn Hall Street, Oxford, and our concert day will be Saturday 2nd February 2019, again in the Town Hall, St. Aldates, […]

  • Welcome to our new website

    We’re delighted to share our new website with you. We hope that you like it, and we would welcome any feedback. If you’d like to share your thoughts about the the site, please email

  • Dvorak’s intensely moving Stabat Mater was the chosen work for our annual performance on Saturday 22nd February 2014

    The concert also saw the inauguration of the Oxford Orpheus Orchestra to accompany the Oxford Orpheus Choir. We had an exciting line up of soloists for the concert who were Anna Jeruc-Kopec (soprano) Clare Presland (mezzo-soprano) Andrew Goodwin (tenor) and Ashley Riches (bass-baritone). All these […]

  • November Workshop 2012

    On November 3rd 2012 at The Newman Rooms, Oxford, we held our first choral workshop under the name Oxford Orpheus which was attended by 85 enthusiastic singers who were not disappointed – see some of their comments below. Whilst one of the intentions of Oxford […]

  • Choral singing reduces stress and promotes well-being.

    Research published in the Journal of Applied Arts and Health has found that those singing in a choir report a positive impact on their psychological health. The study of seventy college students discovered that choir rehearsal was associated with reduced anxiety and decreased negative moods […]