Concerts

Music is a large part of the life St Nicholas Church. In addition to music within our services, we also host a number of musical events and concerts throughout the year. On this page you will see what is coming up as  well as some of our recent events. You can also find out about our regular musical activities on our Music page. We also have an archive page with all our past musical activities.

If you would like to find out more then please contact our Director of Music Neil Barker (musicdirector@stnicholasmarston.org.uk).

Our next events will be Celloop Concert taking place Saturday 21st May 2022 (download the poster here and make a booking here), and Music for a Summer Evening taking place 18:00 Satuday 18th June 2022 (download the poster here). This is a free event taking place at the church raising money for our partners at Divya Shanti.

You can also view the church’s Monthly Music List for May 2022 – download here.

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Elsfield Road

Old Marston

OX3 0PR

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