FATA MORGANA: Musical mirage, mirrors and double identity, illusion and reality, transformation and metamorphosis, the enigma of hidden codes.. all intriguing themes that will be open to interpretation in OCMF 2017. Come and discover ‘ Fata Morgana’ with us – because nothing is as it seems..Since its 2000 inception by Oxford-born violinist Priya Mitchell, this annual gathering of chamber musicians from around the world has emerged as one of the city’s most exciting musical events.
Venues: The Sheldonian, Holywell Music Room, SJE Arts
Artists: to include Priya Mitchell Artistic Director (violin), Hugo Ticciati (violin), Evelyn Glennie (percussion)
Concerts: The opening concert will be at the Sheldonian featuring the world famous percussionist Evelyn Glennie and Hugo Ticciati’s chamber orchestra O/Modernt Kammarorkester see link http://www.hugoticciati.com/chamber-orchestra
The festival will end on Sunday 1 October at Holywell Music Room with cellist Matthew Barley, Indian musicians and others others playing an eclectic mix of classical, Beatles/Indian inspired songs. OCMF will also be performing at St John the Evangelist.