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.
Enjoy Tulsa Symphony’s Annual Free Concert
The performance is free to the public and concludes with a fireworks finale.
Prayer Bells, Augusta Read Thomas
Piano Concerto No. 2, Franz Liszt
Scheherazade, Nikolai RimskyKorsakov
Daniel Hege, Conductor
YunChin Zhou, piano
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.
Friday, September 4, 2015
Since performing as the headline event of the opening ceremonies of the new park in the Brady District, the Guthrie Green in September 2012, Tulsa Symphony has annually staged Symphony in the Park. The performance is free to the public and concludes with a fireworks finale. Performance Starts at 7:30 pm.
September 26, 2015
Travel to exotic lands as Tulsa Symphony retells the famous 1,001 stories of "Arabian Nights" in Rimsky-Korsakov's famous tone poem "Scheherazade." This concert introduces Daniel Hege as TSO's new Principal Guest Conductor and continues the tradition of featuring an exciting emerging artist with Crescendo Award winner Yun-Chin Zhou performing Liszt's Piano Concerto No. 2. Also on the program is Augusta Read Thomas' "Prayer Bells."
March 12, 2016
Conductor of the Boston Philharmonic Orchestra, the extraordinary Benjamin Zander returns to conduct Mahler's magnificent Symphony No. 2. For the first of this two-part, momentous concert experience, Maestro Zander and the orchestra invite the audience to go "Beneath the Score" through discussion and demonstration of the themes, concepts and structure of the intricate "Resurrection" symphony. After intermission, Zander and the Tulsa Symphony, Tulsa Oratorio Chorus, and virtuoso soloists will return to the stage to present Mahler's epic score in its entirety.
October 31, 2015
Tulsa Symphony launches its new Pops Series under the direction of Ron Spigelman with the "Halloween Symphony Spooktacular," featuring many of classical music's scariest works. The evening includes trick-or-treating, a family fun house, and a costume contest. The audience is challenged to dress in more creative and frightening attire than the musicians!