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A Smörgåsbord of Shows

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Discover the rhythmic, rousing Stomp, presented by Celebrity Attractions, on March 6-8 at the Tulsa PAC. Signature Symphony performs Classics: Beethoven 5 on March 14 at Tulsa Community College’s VanTrease PACE with a breathtaking collection of arias. The force will be with you at Tulsa Symphony’s Star Wars in Concert on March 14 at the PAC.

From Broadway to Ballet

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September is kickoff time – not only for football but for myriad performing arts companies around Oklahoma. In Tulsa, Signature Symphony’s shows include The Wonderful Music of Oz on Sept. 6 and Classics - Tchaikovsky 5 on Sept. 28 at the TCC Van Trease PACE. The world-renowned Tulsa Ballet presents Creations in Studio K from Sept. 12 to 22, with...

Pop, Strings and an Oklahoma Sweetheart

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Tulsa’s own international pop sensation Hanson teams with Tulsa Symphony to present Hanson String Theory, showcasing the music of brothers Isaac, Taylor and Zac with the orchestra. The concert starts at 7:30 p.m. May 17. Visit tulsasymphony.org for more information. Jean-Yves Thibaudet plays Franz Liszt’s Piano Concerto No. 2 in A-major in the OKC Philharmonic production Classics 7 – Deep...

Spring Symphonies

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A spring lineup of classic symphonic melodies, along with some out-of-the-box presentations, beckons music lovers. Signature Symphony’s Pops 5 – Tulsa Sings! is April 5-6 with the latest rendition of its popular vocal contest, this time focused on the works of composer Leonard Bernstein and director/choreographer Jerome Robbins. On April 20, Signature Symphony is back with Classics 5 – Mahler’s...

Reward Your Ears

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For musical experiences outside the realm of a normal concert, Signature Symphony brings Power of Diversity on March 16 to Tulsa Community College’s VanTrease PACE, with Ruben Rengel, a 22-year-old Venezuelan native and the winner of the 2018 Sphinx Competition. Visit the Fly Loft on March 15 for the Fridays in the Loft Chamber Series hosted by Tulsa Symphony,...

War and Magic

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Tulsa Symphony covers both the tragedy of war and the magic of Harry Potter during its November concert series. Benjamin Britten’s War Requiem, conducted by James Bagwell, has been described as a defining masterwork of the 20th century due to its complexity and grave subject matter. “Completed in 1962, the War Requiem weaves together the Latin Mass with wartime poetry by...