The Tulsa Symphony offers two goodies this month at the Tulsa PAC. First is Alluring: An Evening of Opera on March 4, with works from Mozart, Rossini and Verdi. Stick around for Tchaikovsky – The Man Behind the Music from March 24-26. Chamber Music Tulsa hosts the Akropolis Reed Quintet on March 12, also at the PAC; the group is the first quintet to hit the Billboard charts. Lastly, musical fans won’t want to miss Hamilton, presented by Celebrity Attractions, running at the PAC from March 7-19. The story of one of America’s founding fathers, Alexander Hamilton, the musical is replete with a riveting ensemble cast and catchy tunes.

At the OKC Civic Center Music Hall, OKC Phil presents two events. First is Sight and Sound on March 4, featuring the music of Evelyn Glennie. Next is the Texas Tenors, performing March 17-18. Stick around the Civic Center for Canterbury Voices’ Dave Brubeck’s To Hope! on March 9, as well as the smash hit musical Disney’s Frozen, running March 22-25 courtesy OKC Broadway. 

The McKnight Center for the Performing Arts in Stillwater offers three performances this month: the Legendary Count Basie Orchestra on March 3; Late Night with Leonard Bernstein on March 5; and Curtis on Tour: The Soldier’s Tale on March 24. 

Enid residents should also visit Gaslight Theatre from March 17-25 for a rendition of The Odd Couple

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