Concerts & Events

All concerts begin at 7:30 p.m. on the VanTrease Performing Arts Center for Education Main Stage. Tickets go on sale one month prior to each show, unless otherwise noted.

For more information, contact the Ticket Office.

September 18, 2021

Chamber Music Concert #1

Featuring the Music of Jazz

October 16, 2021

Chamber Music Concert #2

Featuring the Music of Jerod Impichchaachaacha’ Tate

November 6, 2021

Chamber Music Concert #3

Featuring Signature Chorale & Signature Quartet

An Oklahoma Journey: Signature Quartet and Signature Chorale have created a musical journey coming back to Oklahoma roots. Showcasing all of the wonderful iconic people, places, organizations, and history of Tulsa and the GREAT state of Oklahoma. “Tulsa Time”, “Never been to Spain” and other great tunes played and sung by fine musicians in the Tulsa area! Join us as we journey together and recharge for the holidays!

December 11, 2021

Christmas in Tulsa

Featuring Scott Coulter and Tulsa Sings! Finalists

January 22, 2022

Finalist Concert #1 – Scott Seaton

The Touch of Love

This concert explores some of the most famous love stories and other works centered around love and romance. From Romeo and Juliet to West Side Story, the program will cover a broad spectrum and will include symphonic masterworks, Broadway, and even some iconic opera arias and duets!

February 26, 2022

Finalist Concert #2 – Alejandro Gómez Guillén

Fantastical: Firebird meets Harry Potter

Experience a symphonic journey of myth, magic, and folklore! Featuring music by the Brazilian-American powerhouse Clarice Assad, Argentina’s versatile Osvaldo Golijov, paired with John William’s iconic score and Stravinsky’s timeless masterpiece.

April 9, 2022

Finalist Concert #3 – Robert Franz

Trail Blazers in American Music

When it comes to trail blazers Florence Price steps right up to the front of the line. She was the first African American woman to have an orchestral piece played by a major US orchestra. The Chicago Symphony first performed her First Symphony in 1933 at the World’s Fair in Chicago. George Gershwin is THE iconic American composer. Not only was he a commercial success on Broadway, but his requirement that his opera, Porgy and Bess, was to always be performed by Africa-American singers was revolutionary in 1935 when it was first performed. This concert allows us to celebrate in our own small way the successes of these musical giants.

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