Musical events are the name of the game this month. Tulsa Symphony offers two shows, The Titan on Nov. 7 and Star Wars in Concert on Nov. 28. The Titan, described as “a powerful evening of music,” brings Beethoven’s “Coriolan Overture” and Mozart’s “Symphony No. 25” to life. Perfect for all ages, Star Wars in Concert combines a viewing of Star Wars: A New Hope and a live playing of the score from start to finish. Both are at the Tulsa PAC.

Signature Symphony also offers two goodies this month, both virtual. On Nov. 12, artistic director finalist Scott Seaton curates a selection of arias for Chamber Music No. 3. The team also hosts a Chamber Music Special Event on Nov. 24. The show, inspired by J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Silmarillion, includes horn, percussion and electronic tape. To register, visit signaturesymphony.org. 

In Oklahoma City, don’t miss Canterbury Voices as the group perform “Brahms Requiem” on Nov. 1 at the Civic Center Music Hall. Stick around the Civic Center for OKC Phil’s The Magic of John Williams on Nov. 6-7. As one of the world’s most lauded composers, Williams’ vast repertoire will be highlighted. The Inner Realm is the Phil’s second show this month on Nov. 21, which explores arias from three composers: Einojuhani Rautavaara, Johann Johannsson and Jean Sibelius.