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Tulsa Native Grows Music Career

By EMILY RAMSEY

A budding music producer with ties to Tulsa made his way down the red carpet at this year’s Grammy awards on Feb. 12.

Tulsa native Derek Blankenship is the nephew of Owasso High School head football coach Bill Blankenship, and his grandparents are Owasso residents.

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April Filled With Epic Stories, Music at Tulsa PAC

Special from the PAC

Spring is here, and with it the Tulsa Performing Arts Center is excited to welcome new and familiar entertainment to T-Town. Here’s a look at what’s in store for the month.

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CANdlelight Ball Provides Strong Support to CAN

By EMILY RAMSEY

On April 21, the Child Abuse Network will hold its fifth annual CANdlelight Ball, the nonprofit’s primary fundraising event, an event that proves more necessary each year as the demand for CAN’s services continues to grow, notes event co-chair and board president-elect Cari Marshall.

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Tulsa Ballet Announces 2017-2018 Season

Creations in Studio K:
September 15-24 at the Tulsa Ballet Studio K Theater
While many acclaimed dance companies start their season with traditional classic ballets, Tulsa Ballet launches their season with a triple bill program totally dedicated to innovation through the creation of new works. Next season this program will celebrate the artistry, sensitivity and accomplishments of women choreographers. The performances will take place in Tulsa Ballet’s own intimate Studio K Theater and will feature three world premiere works from some of the most world-renowned dance makers.

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March Means Headliner Heaven in Tulsa

Show Buzz by NANCY HERMANN

When I worked at the Tulsa PAC and March rolled around, I was keenly aware of the competition for audiences during that timeframe. I learned not to underestimate the pull of March Madness, St. Patrick’s Day and spring break.

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Street School Holds Annual Fundraiser

Guests wore their Mad Hatter-est of hats and Cheshire grins during Street Party 2017, held Feb. 24 at the Cox Business Center Assembly Hall. Merriment abounded with food and melodious tunes for twirling.

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CAN Superhero Challenge Shines the Light on Abuse

By EMILY RAMSEY

In its efforts to continue to raise awareness of child abuse, the Child Abuse Network (CAN) will hold its fourth annual CAN Superhero Challenge on Sunday, April 2 at POSTOAK Lodge and Retreat, 5323 W. 31st St. N.

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Link Together Fundraiser Supports Tulsa Symphony’s Regional Outreach of Carnegie Hall’s Link Up Program

Link Together for student success is the title given for Tulsa Symphony’s fundraising dinner event on March 30 in the Assembly Hall of the Cox Business Center. This event will gather support and excitement toward next year’s (2017-2018) Link Up program.

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Upcoming, New Festivals to Promote Design, Music

In the coming months, Tulsa will welcome two new festivals, both making their debut – one for the very first time and one for the first time in our region – and both upping the ante for cultural draws within our city.

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Tulsa PAC Celebrates 40 Years During March Anniversary

Special from the PAC

For four decades, the Tulsa PAC has brought quality arts and entertainment to Tulsa, and the tradition continues this month with the 40th Anniversary Celebration concert and more.

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B.A. Arts Center Coming to Fruition

By EMILY RAMSEY

Steps are being taken to bring to fruition an idea that began nearly 10 years ago to construct a creative arts center in downtown Broken Arrow.

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TCC’s Signature Symphony Presents Overture

The tastes and sounds from across the globe come to Tulsa as Signature Symphony at Tulsa Community College presents Overture, a gala featuring international cuisine with wine pairings.

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Tulsa Ballet to Celebrate 60th Year with World Premiere

Tulsa Ballet will present a very special production for their 60th anniversary season that is sure to delight audiences of all ages. The company has commissioned an all-new, $1 million full-length ballet in collaboration with BalletMet of Columbus, Ohio. This exciting new ballet will feature choreography by the esteemed Edwaard Liang (artistic director for BalletMet, choreographer for Tulsa Ballet’s acclaimed Romeo and Juliet) as well all new music, sets, costumes, puppetry and digital projection. The world premiere of Dorothy and the Prince of Oz will take place in Tulsa.

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Exciting Anniversary Year Continues in February at Tulsa PAC

Special from the PAC

February looks to be a busy month at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center, with Beethoven, puppets and even a trip to Oz filling the bill, all part of its 40th Anniversary Celebration.

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Applications Now Open for Local Artist Fellowship

George Kaiser Family Foundation’s national artist fellowship program – the Tulsa Artist Fellowship (TAF) – is now accepting applications from local and national visual artists and writers for its third class, to begin Jan. 8, 2018. TAF will award up to 30 fellowships totaling more than $1 million in stipends, free housing and free workspace.

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