True Blue Focus Days are designed for prospective students interested in a specific major. This half-day program provides an opportunity for students and parents to hone in on academic programs at TU.
- Tour campus
- Attend a presentation about TU
- Visit with professors in the music department about scholarships, auditions and curriculum
- Explore the music department classrooms, practice spaces and performance areas
- Learn about the Sound of the Golden Hurricane Marching Band!
The University of Tulsa Opera Theatre presents “Go for Baroque,” a concert of Baroque and early Classical ensembles, arias and songs. The performance is directed by Professor Brady McElligott, and also features students and community members collaborating with the singers with various obbligato instruments appropriate to the genre. Admission is free, and masks are respectfully required.
Everyone is welcome at this free concert featuring the great unaccompanied sonatas of J.S. Bach. Masks are required.
Singers! Dancers! Instrumentalists! Aerialist!
See TU students showcase their many talents
Free and open to the public. Masks are required.
The University of Tulsa Symphony Orchestra begins its 2021-22 concert season with a performance on Monday, Oct. 25. The performance, Music of the People, will feature folk and dance-inspired works by Rimsky-Korsakov, Vaughan Williams, Grieg, Dvorak and Aaron Copland. TU Professor Richard Wagner will conduct.
This performance is free and open to the public.
Come enjoy some Mexican food and live music with Sigma Alpha Iota, the international women’s music fraternity! The Sigma Gamma chapter of SAI has been on the TU campus since 1924, spreading appreciation of music for almost 100 years! For this year’s philanthropy project, the chapter is working with the bART Center for Music to direct a children’s choir. In addition, all proceeds from the philanthropy dinner will be donated to the bART.
The annual Bela Rozsa Memorial Concert will feature compositions by the TU student winners of the 2020 Bela Rozsa Composition Competition and performances of modern and contemporary music by TU faculty and guest performers.
Every year Bela Rozsa Student Composition Competition takes place in the form of a concert performance, and the public is invited and encouraged to attend free of charge. Three professional composers will judge the competition. The student composition winners and prizes will be announced at the end of the competition once the judging is completed.