Live performances are happening every weekend around the state.

Events at the Tulsa PAC abound. First up is Celebrity Attraction’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, a fantastical ride through Roald Dahl’s amazing tale, running Nov. 2-7. Next is Chamber Music Tulsa’s ATOS Trio, performing Nov. 13-14 and combining the majestic sounds of a violin, cello and piano. Tulsa Symphony rounds out the PAC’s events with Symphonic Poetry on Nov. 13; the program features a variety of arias from lauded composers. And you can visit the TCC Van Trease PACE on Nov. 6 for Signature Symphony’s An Oklahoma Journey. Melding the sounds of the Signature Quartet and Signature Chorale, this musical journey is not to be missed. 

In Oklahoma City, OKC Phil offers up Pops: The Music of Billy Joel with Michael Cavanaugh on Nov. 5-6 at the Civic Center Music Hall, as well as Classics: Francaise and Ruski on Nov. 20. Other treats include the Romeros Guitar Quartet at Edmond’s Armstrong Auditorium on Nov. 11 – a group that has been dubbed a “veritable institution in the world of classical music.” And to get into the holiday spirit a bit early, visit Harn Homestead for Lyric’s A Christmas Carol starting Nov. 17. 

In Stillwater, the Chamber Music Festival continues Nov. 5 and 7 at the McKnight Center for the Performing Arts with a variety of excellent musical performances.

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