THE COMPLETE EXPERIENCE 

A Tulsa Symphony concert is so much more than a two hour performance.
On each classics main stage performance evening, enjoy both a free pre-concert conversation with Tulsa Symphony guest conductors and a post-concert reception with Tulsa Symphony musicians.

  • Having the score (Prokofiev's Romeo & Juliet) performed live by the Tulsa Symphony makes a huge difference. I'm so grateful for that.

    Edward LiangGuest Choreographer, Tulsa Ballet
  • I am excited to be returning to conduct the Tulsa Symphony Orchestra. It is a wonderful group and there is a real sense of joy in their music-making!

    Sarah Ioannides
Brahms Requiem

Brahms Requiem

April 8, 2017
7:30 pm
Tulsa Performing Arts Center

BRAHMS - Ein Deutsches Requiem

James Bagwell, conductor

Tulsa Oratorio Chorus joins Tulsa Symphony for a work that became the central and longest work of Brahms' career, the German Requiem. Unconvinced of man's afterlife, Brahms composed this work after the deaths of his beloved friend and fellow composer Robert Schumann and then his own mother.

The Firebird

The Firebird

May 13, 2017
7:30 pm
Tulsa Performing Arts Center

HAYDN - Symphony No. 90
KODALY - Hary Janos Suite
STRAVINSKY - The Firebird Suite (1945 version)

Conducted by Daniel Hege, this program is sure to elicit a smile from seasoned concertgoers and first-timers alike. Haydn's Symphony No. 90 is not without glimpses into his humorous, prankster side. And Stravinsky captivates listeners with his ballet music suite The Firebird. Even without the ballet theatre, Stravinsky's music summons the imagination to delight in Russian fairy tales of the magical glowing bird that can be a blessing or a curse to its owner.

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