Tulsa Symphony’s Education Programs impact the lives of students of all ages in our community!
Carnegie Hall’s Link Up
In its third season of partnership with Carnegie
Hall’s Weill Music Institute, Tulsa Symphony will
serve upwards of 17,000 third, fourth and fifth grade
students and teachers in the 2017-2018 season
through Link Up: “The Orchestra Sings.” Students
learn about orchestra repertoire through a year-long,
hands-on music curriculum. The culmination of the
program is a live performance, in which students
sing and play the recorder along with the TSO in the
concert hall. This experience often serves as students’
first concert experience. This experience also serves
as Tulsa 4th graders’ Any Given Child arts activity.
Symphony by the Sea
Symphony by the Sea for Students is a unique
field trip opportunity combining arts and science
education through a partnership of the Oklahoma
Aquarium and the Tulsa Symphony Orchestra.
Students travel to three stations in the Aquarium
to learn about a particular animal or habitat and a
selected musical ensemble.
Rosa Parks Music Exploration
TSO teams up with the Rosa Parks Early Childhood
Education Center in the Union School District to
provide musical exposure to three and four year
olds. Our musicians provide Hallway Explorations,
Naptime Serenades, Playground Concerts, Carpool
Performances, and an annual Family Concert.
Through this partnership, teachers are able to expand
their conversations with children in the areas of
music, instruments, movement and the creative arts.