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RT @DailyInfoOxford: Let @OxfordPhil take you to the stars this weekend as FUNomusica goes virtual! It's one of our #familyfriendly Editor'…
RT @TheStradMag: Mathematician @MarcusduSautoy Sautoy, @UniofOxford professor for the public understanding of #science, attempts to get to…
Later this week, we'll be celebrating #EarthDay with a super special family concert!
@alasdairmalloy is blasting… https://t.co/IoGn7YtZRW
An hour to go until tonight’s concert!
Head over to our YouTube channel at 7:30pm for Music & Maths: Baroque & Be… https://t.co/X8t0bk4W2S
Presenter @MarcusduSautoy also recreates Ernst Chladni’s experiment, revealing patterns of symmetry in vibrating pl… https://t.co/ZNuVKmylYX
In tonight’s concert, soloists from the Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra perform Bach’s Double Violin Concerto and Bra… https://t.co/jOIcoqGqpS
. @DailyInfoOxford have included tomorrow evening's free concert in their Editor's Picks!
Premiering at 7:30pm, t… https://t.co/OemaUOAXJ5
Big thanks to @appleandbiscuit, @ace_national, and @OxfordCity for making this project happen 💙
The Easter holidays are nearly over, but that doesn't mean the fun has to end!
Join us next week for Mission•Eart… https://t.co/GObs4cArUl
What on earth has Baroque music got to do with a Newton's Cradle?!
Find out in our free Sunday evening concert, wh… https://t.co/YV1HOvfjea
RT @RobertHugill: What is it that makes Stradivarius violins so special? @MarcusduSautoy joins @OxfordPhil & @MariosPapson for a Bach, Rame…
While you're at it, why not check out our other upcoming digital concerts?
All filmed by… https://t.co/vxIzzUNDDm