The Oxford University Orchestra provides an opportunity for the University’s top musicians to play challenging and exciting repertoire with a variety of exceptional professional conductors and soloists. For only a small donation you could help support us in this activity. Ticket sales alone are unable to cover the cost of any concert so it is thanks to the generous support of the University’s Music Faculty, corporate sponsors and people like you we are able to continue to put on the ambitious concerts the orchestra is famous for. In the current financial climate, as corporate sponsorship becomes increasingly difficult to acquire we rely ever more on your donations. Click one of the buttons below to join the friends’ scheme or scroll down to learn more about it.
Thanks to Our Friends
Dr & Dr M. Jenkinson
Anon. in memory of Matt Carver, 1986-2008
Dr Stuart Baran
Be our friend
Become a Friend of OUO for £40 each year or £60 for a couple and enjoy all these benefits:
- Reserved seating
- Priority booking for all concerts
- An annual newsletter with updates on the orchestra’s development and future plans
- Acknowledgement in each concert programme and on our website
- Help finding a string quartet/musical entertainment for your personal events
As a Sponsor for £100 each year or £150 for a couple you will enjoy the additional opportunity to attend a pre-concert rehearsal and receive a 10% discount on tickets (max 2 per concert).
For a donation of £500 or more each year you could become a Benefactor. In addition to all of the above you will have the opportunity to be named as the sponsor of a specific activity each year. You will also receive one complimentary ticket for the OUO concert of your choice each year.
Join the OUO Friends Scheme via the links below. If joining by post, return to University of Oxford Development Office, Wellington Square, Oxford, OX1 2JD. For further information, please email the Friends’ Secretary, whose details can be found on the Contact page.
Thank you for your support.
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