Musical performances in Oklahoma are varied and bountiful in November. The Zurich Chamber Orchestra arrives Nov. 12 at Edmond’s Armstrong Auditorium with Daniel Hope, pairing Antonio Vivaldi’s Four Seasons with Max Richter’s Vivaldi Recomposed. OKC Broadway dazzles children and adults alike with The SpongeBob Musical, running from Nov. 12 to 17 at Civic Center Music Hall. The OKC Philharmonic features a trio of performances, starting Nov. 2 with Classics: Italian Gems. On Nov. 8-9, the season’s first pop performance features Broadway songstress Megan Hilty. The slew of performances concludes Nov. 23 with Classics: A Powerful Utterance. In Tulsa, Signature Symphony performs Classics: Mozart Prague Symphony on Nov. 2 at Tulsa Community College’s VanTrease PACE with guest Alejandro Gómez Guillén. Celebrity Attractions brings the hip-swinging musical Bandstand to the Performing Arts Center on Nov. 5 with a story of post-World War II homecomings. Chamber Music Tulsa presents the Harlem Quartet from Nov. 8 to 10 at the PAC; the group’s repertoire spans from Latin and jazz to classical. Tulsa Symphony presents Classics III: Mozart Piano Concerto No. 24 in C Minor with Robin Sutherland on Nov. 16 at the PAC. You can catch a bit of holiday cheer Nov. 30 with Grady Nichols Christmas Show, replete with traditional and contemporary yule favorites.

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