Author: Sarah Ray

Here We Go Again: Applications open for 2023 – 2024 Tulsa Sings! Competition 

If you sing in the shower or in the car and think you deserve a better audience, Tulsa Sings! invites you to audition for the 2023-2024 vocal competition. Embedded with the Signature Symphony at Tulsa Community College, the selected finalists perform with the professional orchestra and will work with New York City-based vocalist and concert performer, Scott Coulter.  “Since we started […]

Review: OK Renaissance Festival is a trip back in time 

I am wearing a long green dress. After traversing across a dusty field toward a large castle, I am greeted at the gate by two friendly women wearing flowy shirts with corsets and long skirts. After being granted entrance at the gate, I stepped into a rambling village. There are a blacksmith’s forge, food stalls, […]

Review: “Tulsa Sings! American Jukebox”

On April 8, the Saturday before Easter, the Tulsa Community College Signature Symphony held the concert “Tulsa Sings! American Jukebox” at the Performing Arts Center for Education at the Southeast Campus. The concert included performances by the seven finalists from the Tulsa Sings!competition and several other vocalists. The Signature Symphony played several instrumental medleys as […]

Review: Philbrook’s “Rembrandt to Monet” exhibit is an introduction to art for all ages 

A traveling collection of paintings, titled “Rembrandt to Monet: 500 Years of European Painting,” will be on display at the Philbrook Museum through May 28, 2023.   The exhibit includes paintings by artists who are internationally famous, such as Rembrandt and Monet and others, like Bouguereau and El Greco, whose work might not be as well-known […]

The Story Behind TCC Library’s Blind Date with a Book

Each February, the library at Tulsa Community College holds an event called “Blind Date with a Book.” Similar to events run by public libraries, the concept is simple: fill out a survey, and you will get a book hand-picked for you! Although this year’s event has already passed (the last day to pick up books […]

Route 66 Christmas Chute gives reasons to look upward and brings holiday cheer

Do you need something to do over the winter break? Do you still need to buy holiday gifts? Do you want something fun to do with family members while they are visiting? If you answered yes to any of the above questions, consider stopping by the Route 66 Christmas Chute in downtown Sapulpa. When you […]

Review: An Affair of the Heart provides an opportunity to find something to love 

Last weekend, Tulsa craft lovers and holiday shoppers alike bundled up and made their way to An Affair of the Heart, a semiannual event that is known as “the largest arts, crafts, and boutique show in Oklahoma.”   The event was, overall, more subdued than the Tulsa State Fair. Upon entering the SageNet Center building at […]

Review: “Peace, Love, and Rock & Roll” Concert 

As the fall semester comes to a close and the holidays approach, music classes and ensembles are holding concerts to display their musical talents. The first of these was the Tulsa Community College’s Chamber Orchestra and Concert Choir performance, which was held on Oct. 13.  The orchestra and choir held a rehearsal right before the […]

Here Comes the Symphony! 

If you are a college student, you might think going to the symphony is not for you. But that could not be farther from the truth.   The members of Tulsa Community College’s Signature Symphony excel at playing both instrumental orchestral music and contemporary, well-known songs. Their new season began Oct. 1 with the concert “Rachmaninoff […]

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