The Tulsa Symphony Presents a "Red" Evening of Music by O'Connor, Daugherty, and Ives
On this edition of our program, we're joined by Timothy Myers, an up-and-coming American classical-music conductor with an impressive resume and a thoughtful, articulate appreciation for music of all sorts. Myers will be the guest conductor for the next concert in the Tulsa Symphony's current --- and color-themed --- season of performances. "Red," a concert of music notable for its energy, heat, passion, and jazzy intensity, gets underway tomorrow night, Saturday the 9th, at 7:30pm at the Tulsa PAC. On the program will be works by Michael Daugherty, Mark O'Connor, and Charles Ives. Moreover, O'Connor himself --- along with Kelly Hall-Tompkins (who's likewise among the most acclaimed violinists at work today) --- will be performing at this concert as special guest artists. You can learn more about this event, and can buy tickets for same, at this link from the Tulsa Symphony website.