Radio Broadcasts

Each Tulsa Symphony concert is recorded for rebroadcast along with interviews with the guest conductor on Public Radio 88.7 KWTU.  If you enjoyed the live concert and would like to hear it again or if you weren’t able to be in the audience for the performance, here is another opportunity to listen to your Tulsa Symphony Orchestra.  Mark your calendar and tune in on these dates.



November 26, 2017



4 PM



Classics II:

Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No.6


Symphony No.6, op.74 (Tchaikovsky)

Quiet City (Copland)

Symphonic Metamorphosis of Themes by Carl Maria von Weber (Hindemith)



January 7, 2018



4 PM




Pops I:

Home for the Holidays


Christmas Festival Overture (Anderson)

Hodie (Vaughan Williams)

Christmas Oratorio (Bach)

A Klezmer Nutcracker (Tchaikovsky, arr. by Cohen)

Trans Siberian Christmas (Sarajevo)

Sleigh Ride (Anderson)

Sing-A-Long (Norris)

I’ll Be Home for Christmas (Kent/Gannon/Ram)

Dradle, Dradle, Dradle (Gelbart)

Let It Snow (Cahn/Styne)

Santa Claus is Coming to Town (Coots/Gillespie)

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (Marks)

Angels We Have Heard On High (Chadwick)



January 28, 2018



4 PM




Classics III:

An Evening with Eric Whitacre


Water Night (Whitacre)

Five Hebrew Love Songs (Whitacre)

Equus (Whitacre)

Songs of Immortality (Whitacre)

Godzilla Eats Las Vegas (Whitacre)

Deep Field (Whitacre)



March 18, 2018



4 PM




Classics IV:

Mendelssohn’s Symphony No.3


Medea’s Dance of Vengeance, op.23a (Barber)

Violin Concerto in D major, op.35 (Korngold)

Symphony No.3, op.56 “Scottish” (Mendelssohn)






4 PM




Classics V:

Mahler’s Symphony No.4


Chairman Dances (Adams)

In the South, op.50 “Alassio” (Elgar)

Symphony No.4 (Mahler)