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Music at Oxford Presents- Philharmonia Orchestra

Friday 28 October 7.30pm. Sheldonian Theatre

Music at Oxford are pleased to welcomes back to the Sheldonian Theatre the world-class Philharmonia Orchestra. under the baton of Karl-Heinz Steffens and alongside violinist Arabella Steinbacher the orchestra will perform three pillars of the German repertoire.

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Department of Computer Science, Strachey Lecture – The Once and Future Turing

Monday 31 October 6.00pm. Sheldonian Theatre

In 1951, Christopher Strachey began his career in computing. He did so as a colleague of Alan Turing, who had inspired him with a 'Utopian' prospectus for programming. By that time, Turing had already made far-reaching and futuristic innovations, from the definition of computability and the universal machine to the prospect of Artificial Intelligence.

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Maxim Vengerov and the Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra

Thursday 10 November 19.30. Sheldonian Theatre

The Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra are proud to welcome Maxim Vengerov back to the Sheldonian Theatre for an evening which includes Beethoven's Violin concerto in D major and the world premier of Eugene Birdman's Violin concerto.

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Music at Oxford presents – Paul Lewis, Piano

Friday 10 February 7.30pm. Sheldonian Theatre

Music at Oxford are delighted to be welcoming Paul Lewis,one of the worlds foremost pianists, back to the Sheldonian Theatre. The evening starts with the cool complexity of Bach's Partita no. 1, before moving through Beethoven's Piano Sonata no. 4 — sometimes nicknamed the Grand Sonata, not least on account of its length, followed by the elegance of Chopin's waltzes and Weber's stirring sonata.

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