The Complete Experience
A Tulsa Symphony concert offers so much more than a two-hour performance! On each Classics concert evening, enjoy both a free pre-concert conversation with Tulsa Symphony guest conductors and a post-concert reception with Tulsa Symphony musicians.
Conversation with the Conductor
Classics performances are preceded by a conversation with the conductor at 6:30 p.m. This Inside the Actors Studio-style presentation is held in the PAC’s Westby Pavilion and is hosted by Ken Busby.
Youth Musician Performance
Following the conversation with the guest conductor, walk next door to the LaFortune Room to enjoy live music performed by some of the area’s most talented young musicians. Many of these performers are the students of the orchestra musicians you will see on stage!
Tulsa Symphony Performance
Our concerts typically begin at 7:30 p.m.; doors to Chapman Music Hall at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center open at 7:00pm. Each concert approximately an hour and a half of world-class musicianship and creative programming with a 20-minute intermission.
Following each classics concert, enjoy the opportunity to chat with the symphony’s musicians, conductor, board members and staff in the Westby Pavilion. There, you can meet up with friends for a nightcap, coffee and/or dessert as well as discuss the night’s performance with your favorite horn player, the next educational event with a board member, or ask how exactly you become a professional bassoon player.
It’s not just a concert, it’s an experience!
TULSA PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
110 E. 2nd Street
Tulsa, OK 74103
Parking is available to the east of the PAC bordered by Detroit and Cincinnati Avenues and Second and Third Streets. There is also a parking lot directly south of the PAC and on the southeast corner of Third and Cincinnati. The parking lots are not owned and operated by the PAC and parking will vary in price from lot to lot. Underground parking, accessed from Second Street, connects directly to PAC entrances and the Hyatt Regency Hotel.