Due to the recent spike in COVID cases in Tulsa County and limited availability of the VanTrease Performing Arts Center for Education event staff, the Signature Symphony at TCC has postponed the concert “Love and Obsession: The Beatles to Berlioz” originally planned for Saturday, January 22, 2022. This difficult decision was made based on guidance from Tulsa Community College Public Health. As soon as a new date is confirmed, ticket holders will be notified via email. All existing tickets will be honored for the revised date. In addition, the new performance date will be posted on Signature Symphony at TCC’s website and Facebook page.

Featuring Artistic Director Finalist, Scott Seaton

Single tickets are on sale now. Single tickets range from $35-$55.

What do the Beatles and Hector Berlioz have in common? Both wrote passionately about love; the Beatles did it so well that they amassed millions of obsessed fans over five decades. Hector’s inspiration for his monumental Symphonie Fantastique was the love for… err, the obsession over the actress Harriet Smithson. The result was a powerful masterpiece that gained the love of music-lovers for nearly two-hundred years. No concert about love would be complete without the power of dance, in this case the Tango por una cabeza made famous in Scent of a Woman. The performance opens with one of Leonard Bernstein’s most famous works, his Overture to Candide. This spirited overture represents an operetta based on a tale of love intertwined with an abundance of misadventures.