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Bella Voce presents 'Music We Love'

December 31st, 1969 6:00 PM - April 2nd, 2019 - 8:30 PM
Bella Voce Chamber Choir presents 'Music We Love'! We've selected our favorite choral works and pieces that spark joy! Included are works by Brahms, Gjielo, Lauridsen, Lutkin and Hogan. Our concert is free and open to the public and you can learn more about us at http://www.bellavoceokc.org!

Global Leadership Summit

December 31st, 1969 6:00 PM - August 9th, 2019 - 4:30 PM
On August 8-9, 2019 from 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., you are invited to join 445,000+ people from around the world at the Global Leadership Summit 2019. Crossings Community Church (OKC Campus - 14600 North Portland Avenue, OKC, OK 73134) is privileged to be a host site once again for this outstanding simulcast live in HD from the Willow Creek campus. Learn more and register today at crossings.church/summit.

New York Philharmonic: A Fantastique Introduction

December 31st, 1969 6:00 PM - October 12th, 2019
The first public performance will include Hector Berlioz’s dream-like work Symphonie fantastique. Additionally, the Philharmonic will perform Jean Sibelius’ abstract Concerto for Violin and Orchestra, Op. 47, featuring the super-virtuoso playing of soloist Frank Huang, concertmaster.

New York Philharmonic: How Legends Begin

December 31st, 1969 6:00 PM - October 13th, 2019
Joining the Philharmonic on stage to sing her favorite selections from Bernstein is Tony award-winning soprano Kelli O’Hara. Also on the program is the overture to the humorous operetta Candide and Prokofiev’s vivid and exuberant score for Shakespeare’s most often adapted work.

Chamber Music Festival: Americana

December 31st, 1969 6:00 PM - November 9th, 2019
Dedicated to our veterans, this program will feature celebrated works by American composers, including Edgar Meyer, George Gershwin and Aaron Copland.

Chamber Music Festival: In Concert

December 31st, 1969 6:00 PM - November 10th, 2019
Your chance to hear this talented group perform in the state-of-the-art performance hall.

Cirque Mechanics 42Ft

December 31st, 1969 6:00 PM - November 22nd, 2019
Thrills, laughs, and excitement are on full display in this incredible Cirque program that transports audiences back to the timeless adventure of the big top circus ring. This production, set to original music, is full of theatricality and showcases a galloping mechanical metal horse and a rotating tent frame for strongmen, acrobats and aerialists.

Preservation Hall: Jazz Band

December 31st, 1969 6:00 PM - January 30th, 2020
This quintessential New Orleans musical institution guarantees an electrifying night of music. The group will perform songs from their most recent releases as well as traditional New Orleans repertoire. Their unique sound will transport you to the streets of New Orleans, where cultures of the world converge and mingle to create a musical experience like no other.

Exhibition:

November 16th, 2017 12:00 PM - September 2nd, 2018 - 5:00 PM
Opening to the public on Thursday, Nov. 16, the 110th anniversary of Oklahoma statehood, “The Art of Oklahoma” celebrates the Museum’s outstanding and diverse collection of art created by or about Oklahomans–and the cities and landscapes they call home. Featured alongside the works from the Museum’s permanent collection is a large oil sketch by major American regionalist painter John Steuart Curry depicting the iconic Oklahoma Land Run. Other artists featured in the installation include Oscar Brousse Jacobson, Nellie Shepherd, David Fitzgerald and Woody Big Bow.

Exhibition:

February 17th, 2018 10:00 AM - May 13th, 2018 - 5:00 PM
In 1968, the Oklahoma Art Center, OKCMOA’s predecessor, purchased the 150-piece permanent collection of the Washington Gallery of Modern Art, the first art museum in the nation’s capital dedicated to the collection of contemporary art. That decision proved deeply consequential for the Oklahoma City arts community, first as it led the Art Center to divide into two separate art museums that were not reunited until 1989, and today as it ensures that this city maintains major collections of Abstract Expressionism, Post Painterly Abstraction, Color Field Painting, and Pop Art. “The New Art: A Controversial Collection Fifty Years Later” honors this extraordinary collection on this milestone anniversary, presenting longstanding Museum highlights by Ellsworth Kelly, Richard Diebenkorn, Grace Hartigan, Sam Gilliam and Robert Indiana, among many others. Also included are more rarely shown examples from Morris Louis, Juan Gris, David Smith and Kenzo Okada. In this collection of 20th-century masterpieces, museum-goers will discover the history of one of the nation’s most important modern art institutions and will be reintroduced to the “new art” that has lost none of its power to challenge, enlighten and confound 50 years later.