Oxford Bach Soloists
The Oxford Bach Soloists
Bringing together performers and audiences in an immersive experience of the complete vocal works of Johann Sebastian Bach.
The Oxford Bach Soloists is a Baroque ensemble whose ambition is to perform, in sequence, the complete canon of J. S. Bach’s vocal works over 12 years. Founded by Tom Hammond-Davies (Artistic Director) in 2015, they offer a unique musical experience that converges composer, performer, and audience.
Their mission is distinctive and pioneering: while there have been many recordings and performances of the complete vocal works of J. S. Bach, no ensemble has ever mounted a cycle of performances in chronological order, programmed in real-time, and in the context for which they were conceived.
The Blenheim Singers
The Blenheim Singers are a professional vocal ensemble based at the UNESCO world heritage site of Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire. The Blenheim Singers work to ‘build peace into the mind of men and women’ through musical performance and collaboration. This peripatetic ensemble has toured across Europe in recent years, sung for top VIP events and international festivals, and performed for UK charities Cancer Research UK, the British Heart Foundation, and Macmillan Cancer Research.
The Wooburn Singers
The Wooburn Singers is an auditioned chamber choir of about 50 singers which performs around five concerts each year in and around Beaconsfield ranging from a cappella works to large choral pieces with orchestra.
They recently performed Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess, The Armed Man by Karl Jenkins, and J. S. Bach’s B Minor Mass.