bART students learning violin
The Barthelmes Conservatory at the bART Center for Music is offering three free performances this weekend. Many current and former bART students will be performing and accepting awards at the performances. These performances are free and open to the public.
Event: The Barthelmes Conservatory Quartet, First Place Winners, chamber music competition by Tulsa Camerata and Chamber Music Tulsa
Date: Saturday, February 13th
Time: 1:00 p.m.
Place: Philbrook Museum, Patti Johnson Wilson Hall
The String Quartet from the Barthelmes Conservatory will perform Allegro Moderato from Mozart’s Quartet in D Major, No. 155. Congratulations to students Margaret Barbour-violin, Emma Grantham-cello, Timothy Prescott-violin and Tiffany Wilkins-viola. A special thanks to their instructors, Mr. Jarrett Bastow, Ms. Krassi Figg and Mrs. Sheri Neubauer.
Event: TU’s Bela Rosza Composition Competition and Concert, featuring Jared Riddoch, First Place Winner of the High School Composition Competition
Date: Tuesday, February 16th
Time: 7:30 p.m.
Place: Meinig Recital Hall in the Lorton Performance Center at the University of Tulsa
Riddoch’s composition, “The Sound of the Crane’s” suite for solo piano will be performed by bART alumnus and TU piano and orchestra conducting student Drew Crane. Riddoch will be presented with a $250 first prize. He is a piano student of Ms. Tatyana Lantos and a composition/musicianship student of Dr. Noam Faingold, both members of the Barthelemes Conservatory Faculty.
Event: Music at the Mansion
Date: Thursday, February 18th
Time: 1:30 p.m.
Place: Tulsa Historical Society, 2445 S. Peoria Ave, Tulsa
Students of the Barthelmes Conservatory and The bART Center for Music present an all piano presentation plus one guitar! Students Makella Brown, Sofia Chekachkova, Abigail Terrill, Joanna McDonald, Alina Ryzhkov and Kayla Cao will be performing their pieces at the beautiful Tulsa Historical Society.
More information: The Core Value of the bART is that exposure to music is a critical part of a complete education. Music and all other art disciplines provide children with different and alternative ways to develop skills, process information, and express and organize their own knowledge. The bART Mission is to awaken the musician residing within each of us regardless of age, musical ability, ethnic origin, disability, or inability to pay. We strive to serve a multi-age audience of diversity and transformation while conveying the beauty, expression, and joy of music.
Learn more at http://thebart.org/