Note: This event has been canceled. We apologize for any inconvenience. The University of Tulsa Opera Theatre (Brady McElligott, director and pianist) will present two one-act comic operas, The Impresario by W.A. Mozart and the original La Divina by Thomas Pasatieri. Both will be performed in English. Free and open to the public; masks are […]
The University of Tulsa School of Music presents the TU Jazz Combo and the TU Big Band in their Spring Jazz Concert. Featured soloist will be jazz trumpeter and composer Walter White. White’s credits as a performer include work with Maynard Ferguson, The Mingus Band and the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra. Featured selections include classic […]
The University of Tulsa Wind Ensemble will present their concert Dear John. The concert will include TU School of Music director Richard Wagner guest conducting on Johan Halvorsen's Entry March of the Boyars, as well as the Ralph Vaughan Williams Flourish for Glorious John and Johann Sebastian Bach's seminal Passacaglia and Fugue in C minor. The Wind Ensemble will […]
Professors Stuart Deaver, piano, and Brady McElligott, piano and bass-baritone, will perform and discuss early 20th century minimalism works. Admission is free and open to the public.
The University of Tulsa School of Music presents Cappella Chamber Singers and TU Chorale in their Spring Concert. Kim Childs will conduct works by Robinovitch, Kirtchner, Maxfield, Mantyjarvi, Hailstork and […]
The University of Tulsa Symphony Orchestra will conclude its 2022 performance season with the President’s Concerto-Aria Concert. The concert will feature TU Concerto-Aria winners Alina Ryzhkova, piano; Jessi Rhinehart, soprano; Madyson Mitchell, soprano; and Ben Reyes, cello. Conductor Richard Wagner will also lead the orchestra in music by Copland and Bizet. The concert is free […]
The TU Opera Theatre presents Divas, Divas, Divas! This concert will feature performances of The Impresario by W.A. Mozart and La Divina by Thomas Pasatieri. Brady McElligott will direct. This […]
Professor Stuart Deaver, piano, will perform and discuss Franz Shubert's Wanderer Fantasy. Admission is free and open to the public.