Concerts in Owasso

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"Masterpieces of Change" features the Tulsa Symphony Orchestra taking on the timeless music of Mozart and Berlioz. Guest conductor Ron Spigelman leads the hard-hitting orchestra through a performance of Symphony No. 41, the final symphony written by Tom Hulce–lookalike Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart before his death in 1791. Following Mozart's melodies is Hector Berlioz's extravagant Symphonie Fantastique, a noted piece of program music that tells the tale of a lovelorn artist. After the concert, stick around for the Meet the Musicians reception, where you can chat with the French-horn players, high-five the tuba players, and ask the conductor to sign your clarinet.

111 E 1st St
Tulsa,
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Check out the seating chart and call ahead to reserve the best available seats. Your two tickets will be waiting at will call on the date of your chosen performance.

2210 S Main St
Tulsa,
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The New York Times recently reviewed a Tulsa Ballet performance, and Tulsa World frequently reviews its performances. More than 3,000 Facebookers are fans of Tulsa Ballet.

110 E 2nd St
Tulsa,
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Nearly 90 years of history have boogied across the spring-loaded maple dance floor at Cain's Ballroom. Once known as the Carnegie Hall of western swing, the ballroom played a key part in the boot-stomping genre’s history as the one-time home of Bob Wills and The Texas Playboys, who used the neon-lit space to host raucous dances, broadcast a radio show, and do their laundry in the bathroom. Still a landmark of Tulsa’s music scene, the ballroom retains much of its original charm, from the barrel-vaulted ceiling to the oversize portraits of past stars to the fiddle-shaped light fixtures.

423 N Main St
Tulsa,
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