THE COMPLETE EXPERIENCE
A Tulsa Symphony concert is so much more than a two hour performance.
On each classics main stage performance evening, enjoy both a free pre-concert conversation with Tulsa Symphony guest conductors and a post-concert reception with Tulsa Symphony musicians.
Ron Spigelman, Conductor
Daniel Hege, Conductor
David Carter, Clarinet
Tulsa Symphony now offers Rideshare services and affordable childcare during each PAC performance.
In partnership with Seeking Sitters, TSO hosts a childcare room at the Hyatt Regency Hotel next door to the PAC – so you can catch every performance. Need a ride? Want to share a ride? Register or learn more!
Season ticket packages are available through the TSO Box Office with Experience Builder. With the new Experience Builder program, you select any combination of performances you want to attend. Choose two or up to all eight productions and enjoy the many benefits of being a subscriber including cost savings, reserving the same seats, free ticket exchanges and more.
January 16, 2016
Principal Guest Conductor Daniel Hege conducts Mozart's Clarinet Concerto in A Major featuring Tulsa Symphony's Principal Clarinet David Carter. The concert opens with Debussy's ethereal tone poem "Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun," which paints dreamlike impressions of desire. What the faun sought in love, the revolutionaries sought in freedom in Shostakovich's Symphony No. 11 in G Minor ("The Year 1905"), which employs folk melodies in orchestration reminiscent of film scores of the 1950s.
January 22, 2016
Visit the Fly Loft for the Fridays in the Loft Chamber Series as TSO musicians offer a follow-up to Shostakovich's Symphony No. 11 with a performance of the composer's Piano Trio No. 2. Additionally, the program will feature TSO principal harpist, Jill Wiebe, in Louis Spohr's Trio for Harp, Violin, and Cello.
February 20, 2016
From Respighi's majestic setting of Bach's "Wachet Auf" (Sleepers Wake) and Mendelssohn's transcendent "Reformation" symphony (No. 5) to Beethoven's depiction of peasants rejoicing after the storm (Symphony No. 6), this program celebrates the desire to renew the human spirit. "Spirit and Awakenings" marks the return of guest conductor Sarah Ioannides, described by the "New York Times" as a conductor with "unquestionable strength and authority."