The month may be short, but it’s teeming with performing arts events to catch in Tulsa and OKC.

You can stay warm and cozy at home while watching Chamber Music #6 on Feb. 11. This virtual concert from Signature Symphony features Ben Hay on the trumpet. To purchase tickets, visit 

If R&B is more your style, River Spirit Casino Resort offers a socially-distant Boyz II Men performance on Feb. 26. 

In Edmond, Armstrong Auditorium presents Mark Jenkins and Friends on Feb. 2. This Oklahoma native brings his piano playing, composing and singing skills to Oklahoma for one night only.

For those who miss watching the art of dance live, OKC Ballet’s The Firebird runs at Civic Center Music Hall on Feb. 12-14. Firebird tells the story of Prince Ivan, who, after discovering a group of maidens are being held captive by an evil sorcerer, realizes his only hope is a tiny, magical bird. Fans of female country singers can’t miss Heartland on Feb. 19-20 at Civic Center Music Hall. The showcase honors a variety of legendary women in the genre, from Kacey Musgraves to Dolly Parton and Shania Twain. And you’ll want to stick around Civic Center for OKC Phil’s Shostakovich: Burst of Energy on Feb. 27 with the talented Valery Kuleshov on piano.

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