Signature Symphony season promises a ‘trip together’ | Arts-and-theater
“An Oklahoma Journey”, featuring Signature Quartet and Signature Chorale performing works by American composers ranging from songs by Woody Guthrie to Ralph Manuel’s “Hallelujah”, composed for a ceremony commemorating the Oklahoma City bombing, will take place November 6.
Signature Symphony will resume traditional full orchestral performances on December 11 with “Christmas in Tulsa,” featuring longtime collaborator Scott Coulter and featuring Tulsa Sings! performers during an evening of classic and contemporary songs of the season.
The three finalists for the position of artistic director of the orchestra will conduct the Signature symphonies in concerts that will combine classical and popular music.
Conductor Scott Seaton will conduct “Love and Obsession: The Beatles to Berlioz” on January 22, 2022, which will combine some of the iconic pop group’s best love songs with Berlioz’s “Fantastic Symphony”, inspired by the obsession of the composer. craze for an actress.
The February 26, 2022 concert, “Fantastical: Firebird meets Harry Potter”, will feature conductor Alejandro Gómez on a symphonic journey of myth, magic and folklore. The evening combines the music of John Williams for the “Harry Potter” films with the timeless masterpiece of Stravinsky, as well as the music of Brazilian-American powerhouse Clarice Assad and the versatile Argentinian Osvaldo Golijov.