Thursday, December 1, 2022
OPAC: Christmas with Frisson
100 Choccolocco Street, Oxford, Alabama 36203
Frisson is comprised of many of today’s rising stars in the classical world and the group performed over 25 concerts last season across the U.S., in New York City, Los Angeles, and at the Bermuda Festival. They are often called the world’s tiniest orchestra! Many of the musicians are recent graduates of the Juilliard School and the Yale School of Music. For their performance in Oxford, they will perform a wide variety of holiday music including the Adagio from Winter from the Four Seasonsby Vivaldi, Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No. 4, some jazzy Christmas tunes for winds, and their own version of the Nutcracker Suite for 11 musicians as well as some exciting encores!
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Sunday, December 4, 2022
OPAC: The Isaacs
The Isaacs have been performing for over 50 years! Performing as guests for 30 years, The Isaacs were officially inducted as members of the Grand Ole Opry in 2021. In 2020 the Isaacs were inducted into the GMA (Gospel Music Hall of Fame). The Isaacs have won 9 Dove Awards and their latest 3 albums have received Grammy nominations! They have performed the National Anthem at many professional sporting events including NFL, MLB, NBA, and NHL games.
Thursday, December 8, 2022
Oxford Christmas Parade
Friday, December 9, 2022
OPAC: Cameron Carpenter
The first organist nominated for a GRAMMYTM Award for the album Revolutionary (Telarc®, 2008).Management by Konzertdirektion Schmid and CAMI Music LLC since 2011; global touring, orchestral engagements, media since 2011. Featured speaker at TED, IdeaCity, Aspen Ideas Festival, other conferences; Leonard Bernstein Award (Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival), 2012. First Organist-In-Residence, Philharmonie Berlin, Season 2012–2013; recording contract with Sony Classical, 2013.
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