Here are a few images of last night’s book launch of Sylvia Vetta’s new novel Sculpting the Elephant at the Jam Factory Oxford. Her new book is about Harry King, artist and antiques dealer, who […]
This month, we’re delighted to welcome Anita Hoffman, author of Purpose & Impact: how executives are creating meaningful second careers. Anita is a Visiting Fellow at the Doughty Centre of Corporate Responsibility, Cranfield University as well as […]
What a phenomenon! Its emotions, unrequited friendship, love, jealousy- that we meet in our life and when we are watching this opera, we can find the part of ourselves.
A review by Julia Gasper There is no opera in the entire repertoire that is more fun than Rossini’s La Cenerentola (Cinderella) yet it is rarely performed because it requires so much virtuosity from the […]
A review by Julia Gasper La Traviata is an old favourite but this revival of a classic production by WNO brings it up as fresh as if you had never heard it before. It really […]
A review by Hugh Jaeger Galilee Quartet Mostafa Saad – violin Gandhi Saad – violin Omar Saad – viola Tibah Saad – ’cello supported by PalMusic and Amos Trust St Margaret’s parish church, Oxford, 6 […]