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You Did It!

Apr 22, 2016

Thanks to donations from over 1600 listeners, we have exceeded our Spring Fund Drive goal of $200,000! We're so grateful to all who called, wrote, and went online to give to Public Radio Tulsa, and to the team of volunteers who helped make the fund drive happen. The notes of support and delightful conversations with donors remind us that we are part of a rich and wonderful community. Thank you for helping to ensure that Public Radio Tulsa remains a vibrant voice in northeast Oklahoma. (Haven't made your gift yet?

"Every so often a performance leaves us in awe of its loving sophistication, its attention to the finest details of balance and expression" writes the Dallas Morning News about the Jupiter String Quartet. Now in their 13th year of making music as an ensemble, the Quartet appeared as the guest ensemble on Sunday, March 13th, presented by Chamber Music in Oklahoma on the series' fourth concert of the season, the program featuring the Quartet No. 11 in f minor, Op 95 "Serioso" of Ludwig van Beethoven, the Quartet No.

Are you looking for a new summer frock, one which looks uber-cool AND will do good? Make a donation of $180 or more (or $15 a month for 12 months) and this incredibly exclusive Public Radio Nerd T-Shirt will be yours! Simply click the red "Donate" button at the top right of this page.

We're just $12,000 away from our Spring Fund Drive goal of $200,000. YOUR gift today helps pay for the programs you love every day on Public Radio Tulsa. AND it'll help you look awesome...like cool kids John Schumann and Scott Gregory.

Founded in 2012 and specializing in the masterpieces of the Renaissance and Baroque, The Thirteen Chamber Choir has garnered a reputation for inspired and powerful live performances. On tour this past fall across the American Midwest and Great Plains, The Thirteen were guests in residence at UCO’s College of Fine Arts and Design, hosted by the Choral Department at the School of Music, in partnership with the Brisch Center for Historical Performance, the Edmond Community Chorale and St. Mary’s Episcopal Church.

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Look at these two handsome gents, sporting their Public Radio Nerd t-shirt and hoodie!  Join OU-Tulsa President John Schumann and Public Radio Tulsa Producer Scott Gregory...shout to the world that you're a Public Radio Nerd and you're proud!  Make your pledge of $180 or more for the t-shirt or $300 or more for the hoodie THIS WEEK during our Spring Fund Drive, and support one of Tulsa's finest resources:  Public Radio Tulsa.

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American pianist Jon Nakamatsu, a native of California celebrated for playing that combines "elegance, clarity and electrifying power" first came to international attention in 1997 when he was named Gold Medalist of the Tenth Van Cliburn International Piano Competition, the only American to have achieved this distinction since 1981.  Joining music director Joel Levine and  the OKC Philharmonic to play the Piano Concerto in a minor, Op 16 by Edvard Grieg for the sixth concert of the Classics series this season, offered on Saturday, March 5th at the Civic Center Music hall in downtown OKC, th

NPR news and information; continuous classical music; straight-ahead jazz; American songbook standards; BBC world news. Five unique 24/7 radio channels for Tulsa, unencumbered by commercials, made possible by your kind and generous financial gifts. You and our community benefit from the perspectives and timeless music heard over public radio, originating from The University of Tulsa. Today, become a member of Public Radio Tulsa by giving a gift of any amount. Keep those Driveway Moments coming.

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Ever found yourself in a parking lot, unwilling to turn off the radio because you need to hear the end of a story? Here are those radio stories that won't let you go: NPR Favorite Driveway Moments. The NPR shop sells this two-CD set for $22.95. For new donors only, it's free for your contribution of $120 ($10/month) to Public Radio Tulsa. Hurry - this offer expires tonight at midnight, Tuesday April 5!

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There's now just hours left to chose six mix-and-match Culinary Herbs.

After making a qualifying Public Radio Tulsa financial gift, we’ll mail a voucher to take to Southwood Landscape and Garden Center at 91st S. Lewis Ave. to redeem for your herbs: your choice of six, from more than a dozen varieties.

HURRY! Your gift of financial support must be received by midnight, Monday, April 4th! Gift amount: $120 ($10 per month).

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