Author: Sarah Ray

Review: Tulsa Sings! 2024 brings the ‘Best of Broadway’ to TCC

On April 6, the Signature Symphony held its final concert of the year, titled Tulsa Sings!: Best of Broadway.  The concert began with Katie Sawicki, director of development and operations at Signature Symphony, coming onstage to welcome everyone and mention this season’s sponsor, TTCU Federal Credit Union. The symphony warmed up, then launched into the […]

TCC opens new cybersecurity lab 

On Feb. 22, people gathered to announce Tulsa Community College’s new Cybersecurity Lab at the Southeast Campus. Dr. Travis White, dean of the Business and Information Technology department, made opening remarks and thanked the many people and companies involved in making the dream of the cyber lab a reality.  White recognized the following companies for […]

News Analysis: The experience of an AP election stringer for the presidential primaries  

The Associated Press designates representatives to be at the heart of the action on election night in order to provide real time results for the recent presidential primaries.  In a journalistic context, the representative is known as a stringer. A stringer is a freelance worker who provides reporting, photos, or videos to a news organization, […]

Signature Symphony’s future can be found by looking at its past year

This past year was a busy one for the TCC Signature Symphony. And there are many fun events coming up in 2024. But of course, the cliché is true – in order to look forward, we must first look back. With that in mind, here are some memorable Signature Symphony events from 2023. Top of […]

TCC partners with OU-Tulsa to offer cybersecurity degrees 

Starting next fall, a new way to earn a degree in cybersecurity and other technology-focused STEM fields will be available to graduates of Tulsa Community College and other associate degree programs. The best part? It will be right here in Tulsa.   The University of Oklahoma-Tulsa’s new Polytechnic Institute (OUPI) will collaborate with TCC to meet […]

Review: Christian band CAIN rocks and inspires at Tulsa State Fair! 

On Oct. 2, the Christian band CAIN performed in a lively concert at the Oklahoma Stage as part of the Tulsa State Fair.  The patron seating around the Oklahoma Stage was about three-quarters full. A large part of the audience consisted of families, many with younger children who seemed to enjoy the music too.  Various […]

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 […]

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