Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra’s Debut Performance at Carnegie Hall
with Maxim Vengerov and Spring Gala Benefit Dinner 

 

Tuesday, June 7th 2022 

Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage at Carnegie Hall
57th Street and 7th Avenue, New York

Bruch
Violin Concerto No. 1

Sarasate
Navarra for Two Violins, Op. 33*

Brahms
Symphony No. 1

Maxim Vengerovviolin
With soloists from the Juilliard School Pre-College Division*
Marios Papadopoulos
conductor

The American Friends of the Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra and the International Dinner Committee requests the pleasure of your company for our Spring Gala Benefit Dinner.

Founder, Music Director and Conductor, Maestro Marios Papadopoulos leads works by Bruch, Sarasate and Brahms in the Carnegie Hall debut of the Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra. This professional ensemble is the official Orchestra in Residence at the University of Oxford.

5.45pm Drinks in the Rohatyn Room

6.15pm Pre-Concert Patron Supper in the Rohatyn Room

7.30pm Concert, Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage at Carnegie Hall

Post-Concert Champagne reception with the artists in the Rohatyn Room

Please click here to download Carnegie Hall Invitation and Order form pdf.

AFOPO Carnegie Hall Ticket Order Form

Bruch Benefactor

Premiere seating at the Pre-Concert Gala Supper and at the Concert. Post-Concert Champagne Reception
(Bruch Benefactor tax deductions - Table $45,000 per table; Tickets $4,500 per ticket.)

Brahms Benefactor

Superior seating at the Pre-Concert Gala Supper and at the Concert. Post-Concert Champagne Reception
(Brahms Benefactor tax deductions - Table $20,000 per table; Tickets $2,000 per ticket.)

Haydn Benefactor

Excellent seating at the Pre-Concert Gala Supper and at the Concert. Post-Concert Champagne Reception
(Haydn Benefactor tax deductions - Table $8,000 per table; Tickets $800 per ticket.)

Chopin Benefactor

Ticket for the Concert and Champagne Reception
(Chopin Benefactor tax deductions - Tickets $500 per ticket.)

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As the Orchestra in Residence at the University of Oxford the Oxford Philharmonic is dedicated to the highest standards of performance and to the idea that live performances have the power to transform lives. We believe that the essence of musical culture is the relationship between musicians and their audiences; and that music is a language that transcends all boundaries and brings people together.

The American Friends of the Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra seeks to connect you with the Orchestra’s activities which stimulate and inspire students, adults and musicians of tomorrow and bring live and online concerts to communities around the world including those who otherwise would not have access to classical music and performances.

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The Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra

 

The Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra is one of the UK’s foremost symphony orchestras, and are known for their distinctive performances and repertoire. A leading world class music institution, it has a history of international and domestic tours, award-winning recordings, and in-depth educational and outreach programs, and the world-renowned Oxford Piano Festival. 

Established in 1998, by Marios Papadopoulos, The Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra is the resident professional orchestra at the University of Oxford. Read More. . . .