MARCH 24 UPDATE:
It is with sadness that we officially announce the end of our 2019-2020 season. All concerts and events that were planned for this spring, including our annual fundraiser, scheduled for April 16, are postponed indefinitely.
We are working on plans to bring you our concerts featuring Women Composers and Beethoven & the Beatles in the future, and to still hold our fundraiser sometime this spring – potentially virtually. Please stay tuned!
As we end the season, we want to thank each of you for your continued support. We are grateful that you allow us to share our passion for choral music with you season after season, and we are so looking forward to being back with you soon.
If you had already purchased tickets to our spring performances (either individual or season tickets), the following options are available to you:
- Keep your ticket(s) and we will honor them for any of our 2020-2021 concerts.
- Donate the value of your ticket to Tulsa Chorale. This donation is tax deductible. Your $20 ticket can help fund day to day operations during this time of financial uncertainty for arts organizations.
- Request a refund.
Please email Anastasia Howard at email@example.com with questions.
As we work to care for our members and friends impacted by this unprecedented situation, we encourage you to advocate for local arts organizations to ensure we can continue to enrich the Tulsa community in the future. If you do have the ability to make a gift to the chorus during this extraordinary time, please visit tulsachorale.org/support.
We are so grateful for your continued support and hope each of you is taking care of yourself and your family this week!
MARCH 14 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.