Tulsa Symphony Tickets
Founded in 2005, the Tulsa Symphony is a professional orchestra from Tulsa, Oklahoma. It stemmed from the group Tulsa Philharmonic, which disbanded in 2002. The orchestra began performing at multiple cultural organizations in the early months of 2006 and had its first ever concert in November 2006. Now in its 12th season, the orchestra still strives to educate, entertain and inspire through its innovation and unique programs. If you want to catch this group of talented musicians live in action, you are in luck. The Tulsa Symphony will be performing live at the Chapman Music Hall at the end of October and mid-November. Grab these Tulsa Symphony tickets and don’t miss out on this amazing opportunity!
Tulsa Symphony Tickets
- Tulsa Symphony: James Bagwell - Britten's War Requiem, Chapman Music Hall at Tulsa Performing Arts Center tickets for 11/11 02:30 PM at Chapman Music Hall at Tulsa Performing Arts Center,Tulsa, OK
- Sun Nov 11 2018
- Tulsa Symphony: Ron Spigelman - Home Alone In Concert, Chapman Music Hall at Tulsa Performing Arts Center tickets for 12/01 07:30 PM at Chapman Music Hall at Tulsa Performing Arts Center,Tulsa, OK
- Sat Dec 01 2018
- Tulsa Symphony: Daniel Hege - Prokofiev's Romeo and Juliet, Chapman Music Hall at Tulsa Performing Arts Center tickets for 01/05 07:30 PM at Chapman Music Hall at Tulsa Performing Arts Center,Tulsa, OK
- Sat Jan 05 2019
Tulsa Symphony will be giving some of its most awaited performances this winter and you wouldn’t want to miss them. If you are a fan of performing arts and classical theater, then this is an event just for you.
The Mission of the Tulsa Symphony
The Tulsa Symphony was created based on a band new model to govern orchestras provided by a retired neurosurgeon, Dr. Frank Letcher. The traditional orchestra model that the other groups were based on, such as the Tulsa Philharmonic, were failing and the need for something new and inventive was evident in this field. The mission of the Tulsa Symphony was to create an artistically practical and organizationally strong orchestra for Tulsa, combined with an element of community service.
Timothy McFadden was hired as an Orchestra Manager. Prior to this, he was the Principal Trumpet of the Tulsa Philharmonic Orchestra. Thanks to his experience and expertise in the field, the newly born Tulsa Orchestra was able to hire a group of talented musicians and administrative staff. The creation of the new model gave the orchestra nearly 50 full-time Executive Musicians working in multiple roles, in addition to music, such as administrators, fundraisers, teachers, marketers and so on. With this system and mission in place, the Tulsa Symphony began performing.
Founding Principles of the Tulsa Orchestra
The Tulsa Orchestra was created upon a different set of principles than traditional orchestras. It integrated musicians into all parts of governance and operations. It made it a point to strive for excellence and strengthen musical leadership. Since its formation, the Tulsa Symphony has collaborated with other community organizations to add more value and quality to the music infrastructure in Tulsa. It also believes in reaching out to the community education programs and developing a whole new generation of musical audiences from an early stage.
Performances by the Tulsa Symphony
Over the years, the Tulsa Symphony has performed at multiple arenas. It started out with a public performance of Sleeping Beauty with Tulsa Ballet, funded by Dr. Letcher personally. Another performance alongside artistic partners, the Tulsa Ballet followed in the early spring of the next season.
In May 2006, the orchestra performed a concert specifically for its previous Tulsa Philharmonic fans. This was done to gain the confidence and trust of the old orchestra fans for this new and improved version of it. The orchestra created and offered a five-concert season in 2006-2007 which managed to get 1100 subscribers.
Following this, a highly acclaimed inaugural concert was held in November, 2006. After this, the orchestra continued to attract the attention of the wider public and gained fame gradually. Soon, it managed to sign a deal with the Tulsa Ballet for its inaugural annual concert for 2006-2007, along with an agreement to perform with another similar partner, the Tulsa Oratorio Chorus.
By the end of the 2008 season, the orchestra had managed to present six critically praised concerts, with two being completely sold out. The premier performance of Maher’s Symphony No.5 set a new record. The standing ovation it received was the longest ever for any performance at the Performing Arts Center.
Tulsa Symphony 2017
In the upcoming months, towards the end of 2017, the Tulsa Symphony will be holding multiple performances. On October 28th, the group will be performing Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 6 with music conductor Andrew Grams at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center Chapman Music Hall. The same venue will also see Harry Potter and The Sorcerer’s Stone film being played with a live orchestra on the 18th of November, 2017 and 19th November, 2017.
Following these shows, the Tulsa Symphony will travel to the Lorton Performance Center and perform Home for The Holidays under Jeff Shadely. With such amazing events lined up for you, you really cannot afford to miss this talented group live in concert. Grab your Tulsa Symphony tickets now and get ready for a night filled with entertainment and amazing music!
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Tulsa Symphony Schedule
Nothing beats the joy of watching your favorite music artist perform live! Tulsa Symphony's concert dates are out and fans are looking forward to the upcoming shows. The next concert will be held in Tulsa at the Chapman Music Hall at Tulsa Performing Arts Center on 11-Nov-18, while the last available date is for the event scheduled for Tulsa at the Chapman Music Hall at Tulsa Performing Arts Center on 5-Jan-19. For complete information regarding dates and venues, please visit our website.
|Tulsa Symphony: James Bagwell - Britten's War Requiem||Chapman Music Hall at Tulsa Performing Arts Center||Tulsa, OK||Sun Nov 11 201811/11 02:30 PM|
|Tulsa Symphony: Ron Spigelman - Home Alone In Concert||Chapman Music Hall at Tulsa Performing Arts Center||Tulsa, OK||Sat Dec 01 201812/01 07:30 PM|
|Tulsa Symphony: Daniel Hege - Prokofiev's Romeo and Juliet||Chapman Music Hall at Tulsa Performing Arts Center||Tulsa, OK||Sat Jan 05 201901/05 07:30 PM|
|Tulsa Symphony: Hanson String Theory||Chapman Music Hall at Tulsa Performing Arts Center||Tulsa, OK||Fri May 17 201905/17 07:30 PM|
Tulsa Symphony Tickets Prices
The average price for Tulsa Symphony Tickets start from $145. The minimum get in price is $24 for Tulsa Symphony Tickets at the Chapman Music Hall at Tulsa Performing Arts Center, Tulsa. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Tulsa Symphony: James Bagwell - Britten's War Requiem||Tulsa||11-Nov-18||$1,364||$24|
|Tulsa Symphony: Ron Spigelman - Home Alone In Concert||Tulsa||1-Dec-18||$211||$39|
|Tulsa Symphony: Daniel Hege - Prokofiev's Romeo and Juliet||Tulsa||5-Jan-19||$426||$24|
|Tulsa Symphony: Hanson String Theory||Tulsa||17-May-19||$145||$30|
* Ticket Prices vary on hourly basis.