Tulsa Opera presents its season opener a little differently this year – with a performance at ONEOK Field. Rigoletto, described as a semi-staged baseball-themed production, tells the story of a court jester and his daughter, Gilda. Performers at the Oct. 9 show include the lauded Sarah Coburn, Joshua Wheeker and Morris Robinson. 

Tulsa Symphony also performs at ONEOK Field on Oct. 18 with its Triple Play – Brahms 4 concerto. Rossitza Goza takes over as concert master and Sarah Hicks as guest conductor. 

Signature Symphony brings a virtual event to screens on Oct. 30. Enjoy You’re Doin’ Fine, Oklahoma! with Rodgers and Hammerstein’s musical favorites performed by Broadway vocalists. Other virtual offerings include a chamber music performance on Oct. 3 and two educational programming events on Oct. 6 and 20. If you want to get out of the house, visit the Autumn Fest Partnership Concert on Oct. 24, which offers a bevy of world music tunes at Tulsa Botanic Garden. For more information on streaming, visit signaturesymphony.org.

Armstrong Auditorium presents an international sensation this month – Celtic Throne on Oct. 15 and 18. The group explores the ancient origins of Irish step dance with a stunning score and breathtaking choreography.

The OKC Philharmonic returns to Civic Center Music Hall on Oct. 17 for Celebrating the Americas. Enjoy Gregory Lee on violin and four different arias from separate composers.