The Beethoven Winter Festival is here!

Upcoming events:

Beethoven’s World: Society and Culture in a Changing Europe

January 17, 2017beethoven-food
University of Tulsa’s Tyrell Hall at 7 pm
Chamber Muisc Tulsa the Oklahoma Center for Humanities  at the University of Tulsa partner to present a panel discussion titled Beethoven’s World: Society & Culture in a Changing Europe. The panelists are historian Dr. Jason Lavery and music historian Dr. Allen Scott from Oklahoma State University and musicologist Dr. Danny Arthurs from the University of Tulsa. Dr. Emily Graham from OSU is the moderator. Let us know you are coming on our Faceboook Event!

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Experience the Complete Quartets with the Miró Quartet

February 17-26, 2017

Miro Web 2

7:00 p.m. the Kathleen P Westby Pavilion 

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Introducing our biggest season yet! 

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Dover Quartet

September 9 & 11, 2016






New Trio Solisti

Trio Solisti

October 8-9, 2016










Modigliani Quartet

November 12-13, 2016








Beethoven Winter Festival


Miró Quartet

February 17-26, 2017








Hermitage Piano Trio

April 1-2, 2017







Lysander Piano Trio

April 29-30, 2017







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Latest News

Thursday, December 15th, 2016

Dear Chamber Music Tulsa Family, I have always felt that music has been a source of refuge. Beyond words, it inspires us with its beauty. At its best, music is honest: full of reason, which appeals to our intellect, and emotion, which pulls at our heart. It touches our core nature, our spirit, and leaves us renewed and […]

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Tuesday, December 6th, 2016

Upcoming Beethoven Winter Festival events The Beethoven Winter Festival, February 17-26, 2017, at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center takes both a mental and musical journey with the composer when the Miro Quartet performs all 16 of Beethoven’s string quartets in chronological order over six concerts. The quartets are considered among the greatest achievements of Western […]

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Wednesday, October 19th, 2016

  Bernard Rose’s 1994 film Immortal Beloved is a well-crafted portrait of the personality of Ludwig van Beethoven and a poignant tale of star-crossed lovers. But while it gets many things right about Beethoven’s gruff demeanor and internal struggle, it can’t be taken too seriously as a biography. Here’s a brief fact check of some […]

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Tuesday, August 30th, 2016

What is a CMT event without food?                      Whether it’s cookies at a Sunday concert, bagels at an outreach event, or a buffet dinner at a Salon concert, CMT believes food enhances the concert experience. For us, music and food is a natural combination, which is […]

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