Wed. Nov 30th, 2022

Considered one of Nice Britain’s high chamber ensembles, the Maxwell String Quartet, will make its Tulsa debut this weekend in a trio of live shows offered by Chamber Music Tulsa.

The quartet took the highest prize on the 2017 Trondheim Worldwide Chamber Music Competitors in Norway and has earned excessive reward for each its performances of works from the usual repertoire, in addition to its preparations of conventional Scottish folks music, one thing the quartet will function at every of the live shows it’ll current in Tulsa.

The quartet will carry out at 8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 11, at Studio 308, 308 S. Lansing Ave. Previous to the efficiency, which is able to function the String Quartet in G Main, Op. 77, No. 1, by Haydn; Joey Roukens’ “Visions at Sea;” and conventional Scottish tunes, might be a wine and hors d’oeuvres reception.

The Saturday Salon live performance, 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 12, within the Westby Pavilion of the Tulsa PAC, 110 E. Second St., will function Henry Purcell’s “Fantasias,” Benjamin Britten’s Quartet No. 2, in addition to association of Scottish folks music. The live performance might be preceded by a wine reception and dialog with the artists.

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The quartet’s remaining efficiency might be 3 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 13, within the Williams Theater of the Tulsa PAC, 110 E. Second St. An off-the-cuff lecture on the music to be carried out will precede the live performance at 2:15 p.m.

This system will function the second of Haydn’s Op. 77 quartets, this one in F Main, together with Roukens’ “Visions at Sea,” the Quartet No. 13 in G Main, Op. 106, by Dvorak, and Scottish conventional music.

Tickets for every live performance are $40 for the Friday live performance, $70 for the Saturday efficiency, and $25 for Sunday’s live performance. To buy and extra data: 918-587-3802,

Theatre Tulsa opens ‘Our City’

Thornton Wilder’s play “Our City” was revolutionary when it premiered in 1938, presenting a couple of days within the historical past of a small New England city on a naked stage, with solely an individual recognized merely because the Stage Supervisor to information the viewers alongside.

It will go on to win the Pulitzer Prize for Drama and stay a perennial presence on the American stage. The late Edward Albee proclaimed it the best American play ever written, including that “It’s one of many hardest, saddest, most brutal performs that I’ve ever come throughout. And when it’s humorous, it’s gloriously humorous. It’s that stunning a play.”

Theatre Tulsa was the primary group theater firm to carry out “Our City” after its Broadway run, and in honor of the corporate’s a centesimal anniversary season, Theatre Tulsa will current a brand new manufacturing of Wilder’s play.

Directed by Robert Younger, the manufacturing stars Karlena Riggs because the Stage Supervisor, with Kristen Simpson, Stephanie Choate-Oppenheimer and Ibrahim Buyckes because the Gibbs household, and Shadia Dahlal, Jeffery Jimenez and Amanda Nichols because the Webb household, residents of Wilder’s idyllic Grover’s Corners whose lives intertwine over the course of the play.

Filling out the inhabitants of Grover’s Corners are Nick Bradford, Kathleen Hope, Angela Mclaughlin, Timothy Hunter and Paulette Document in a number of roles.

Performances are 8 p.m. Friday-Saturday, Nov. 11-12 and 18-19, 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 13 and 20, on the Tulsa PAC, 110 E. Second St. Tickets are $24-$39. 918-596-7111,

Ultimate efficiency of ‘Carmen’

Tulsa Ballet’s world premiere manufacturing of Kenneth Tindall’s ballet “Carmen” may have its remaining efficiency at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 6, on the Tulsa PAC, 101 E. Third St.

Tindall’s model of this timeless story of ardour places the concentrate on Don Jose, the soldier who falls beneath the spell of the temptress Carmen, and the way his obsession in the end destroys his life. Principal dancer Arman Zazyan and soloist Jaimi Cullen will dance the title roles at this efficiency.

Tickets are $25-$115. 918-596-7111,

Nobuntu opens Choregus season

The Zimbabwean quintet Nobuntu, which has drawn worldwide popularity of its creative performances that vary from conventional Zimbabwean songs to Afro jazz to gospel, will open the 2022-2023 season of Choregus Productions.

The group will carry out at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 9, on the Lorton Efficiency Middle, 550 S. Gary Ave., on the College of Tulsa campus.

The phrase “nobuntu” refers to an African idea that values humbleness, love, unity and household from a girl’s perspective. The ensemble displays that concept in its performances, that are carried out largely a cappella, with occasional, and minimal, percussion or different easy, conventional devices.

Tickets are $30–$45. To buy and extra data: 918-688-6112,

Tulsa Symphony Chamber collection

Two ensembles of musicians from the Tulsa Symphony will carry out the second live performance within the orchestra’s Josephine G. Winter Chamber Music Collection, 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 11, at First Presbyterian Church, 709 S. Boston Ave.

Members of the orchestra’s brass part will carry out the Brass Sextet, Op. 30, by Oskar Böhme, whereas members of the string sections will current Dvorak’s Piano Quintet No. 2 in A Main, Op. 81. An extra piece might be carried out, which the musicians want to be a shock to those that attend.

The live performance might be preceded by a wine and hors d’oevres reception that begins at 6:15 p.m. Tickets are $45. 918-584-3645,

On this week’s episode, Grace Wooden, James Watts and Jimmie Tramel talk about “Bizarre: The Al Yankovic Story,” a enjoyable and exaggerated take a look at the lifetime of “Bizarre Al” Yankovic. The film turns into out there free of charge streaming Nov. 4 on the Roku Channel.

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