Having enjoyed two concerts this past year in the lovely Sheldonian Theatre, built in the 1660’s, I decided to find a venue that was a bit more suited to my musical tastes . . . and to the need for blood flow in my legs. So last week I attended a chamber concert in the Holywell Music Room, which was built a century later–the first purpose-built music room in Europe, apparently–and which is a block from our house. I loved the simplicity and intimacy of the space, the great acoustics no matter where you sat, and I really like chamber and other small-group music, so I think I’ll be finding my way back there, and soon. Little by little, we’re finding our favorites in this town . . .