Romance, Classics and a Stompin’ Good Time

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From ballet and musicals to symphonic concerts, classical performances abound this month. Signature Symphony presents You’re Doin’ Fine, Oklahoma on April 3-4 and Mahler: The Song of the Earth on April 25, both at Tulsa Community College’s VanTrease PACE. Chamber Music Tulsa brings back the Miro Quartet to premiere a work by Pulitzer Prize-winner Kevin Puts on April 4-5. The Akropolis Quintet performs April 23. Venues vary, so visit chambermusictulsa.org. Tulsa’s Performing Arts Center features Celebrity Attractions’ romantic musical Anastasia on April 7-12 and Tulsa Symphony’s Bloch and Brahms on April 18. Check out up-and-coming dancers with Tulsa Ballet’s second company at TBII: Next Generation on April 24-26; venues vary, so check tulsaballet.org. The Oklahoma City Philharmonic gets gritty, sweet and hypnotic with its Stravinsky classics concert April 4 at the Civic Center Music Hall. Also at the music hall are OKC Ballet’s Emotions: A Triple Bill on April 17-19 and the percussive thrills of Stomp, presented by OKC Broadway, on April 23-26. Take a musical journey around the world April 23 with the male vocal ensemble Chanticleer at Edmond’s Armstrong Auditorium.