(POSTPONED) Celebrating Choral Music by Today’s Leading Women Composers (concert)
TULSA CHORALE COVID-19 UPDATE:
Tulsa Chorale friends and followers:
Per Mayor G.T. Bynum’s announcement this morning that all City events of over the capacity of 250 people are canceled, and following CDC guidelines recommending no gatherings of 250 people or more be held, our “Celebrating Choral Music by Today’s Leading Women Composers” concert scheduled for next Saturday, March 21, and all related rehearsals and events, are postponed.
We are working toward rescheduling the concert – please stay tuned for updates. Tickets will be honored for the rescheduling.
We apologize for the inconvenience and appreciate your understanding as we work to care for the safety and well-being of our chorus members, our audience and the greater Tulsa arts community.
If you have questions, please contact our Director of Audience Development, Anastasia Howard, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This concert features works by six of today’s most popular U.S. women composers:
Andrea Ramsey (Kansas City, Missouri)
“Sing to Me” and “I See the Heaven’s Glories Shine”
Rosephanye Powell (Tuscaloosa, Alabama)
“The Word was God” and “To Sit and Dream”
Chen Yi (Kansas City, Missouri)
“Spring Rain” and “Spring Dreams”
Joan Szymko (Portland, Oregon)
“It Takes a Village” and “Nada te Turbe”
Jocelyn Hagen (Minneapolis, MN)
“Benedictus” and “Vespertilians”
Patti Drennan (Norman, Oklahoma)
“We are the Music-Makers” and “Lux Aeterna, Domine”
A note from the Artistic Director, Dr. Tim Sharp:
“This is a moment to celebrate women composers, and to delight in their gift to the choral art. We are privileged to perform this music, and even more privileged to get to mingle with the women composers that created these choral pieces. Rarely is there gathered in one place, at the same time, a sampling of contemporary choral composition by women composers as we will see and hear in this concert. There is every reason to believe that this is shaping up to be a ‘golden age’ of music by female composers.”
Directions to Cascia Hall’s Performing Arts Center:
Enter the Cascia Hall campus through the main entrance off Utica Ave. The Performing Arts Center and parking for it will be straight ahead at the end of the drive.