To open our sixth season, Tulsa Camerata presents a program that blurs the boundaries between music and painting in four distinctly visual works.
Over the course of the nineteenth century, romanticism transformed from a rebellious avant-garde movement into a deeply reverent tradition – as evidenced by the three composers on this program.
In the summer of 1940, the Nazis completed their invasion of France, taking some 30,000 prisoners of war. Among them was a young French composer and pianist named Olivier Messiaen. . .
Our final concert of the 2015 - 2016 season presents the world premiere of a major new chamber work by award-winning American composer Michael Daugherty. Commissioned by Tulsa Camerata, the piece celebrates the life and music of Oklahoma’s own Woody Guthrie.