Kudos of the Month: TCC Signature Symphony

FUN TIMES: Maestro Andrés Franco and Signature Symphony musicians have fun during performances even dressing in costume such as the recent “Star Wars and Beyond” concert.

From the music of John Williams to Bach and Broadway, Signature Symphony at Tulsa Community College has entertained for four decades. The 2018-2019 season marks this professional orchestra’s 40th anniversary.

To help celebrate the milestone, Signature Symphony will recreate the debut program, “Bach and Sons, Inc.,” 40 years after the first concert performed by the Tulsa Little Symphony. Tulsa Little Symphony would later become ’s orchestra-in-residence, Signature Symphony. The special performance will be at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 26 at the VanTrease Performing Arts Center for Education on the Southeast Campus.

The current season is a year-long anniversary celebration created with input from Signature Symphony audience members, musicians and advisory board members to include audience favorites from the professional orchestra’s history.

Since its formation in 1979, Signature Symphony at has been committed to providing rich musical experiences and valuable musical instruction through its outreach, including free open rehearsals on the Thursday before every Classics concert. The next open rehearsal is 6:30 p.m., Jan. 24, and allows music lovers of all ages to experience professional orchestra rehearsals and enjoy educational interactions with our conductor, musicians and guest artists.

For information on the remaining Pops and Signature Classics performances or to purchase tickets, call 918-595-7777.

Updated 01-18-2019

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