Music and Words

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 glad to be alive. I invite you to join me in supporting Chamber Music Tulsa as 2016 comes to a close.
In February, CMT presents our Beethoven Winter Festival with the Miró and Aeolus string quartets, an ambitious “major market” project, with a wide range of free community outreach performances, culminating in a performance of all of Beethoven’s string quartets in six concerts over ten days. The Miró Quartet most recently performed the complete Beethoven cycle in Tokyo.
The Beethoven quartets embody the best, the most challenging, the most spiritually touching music ever composed. Commentators over the centuries have been at a loss for words about his final five quartets, composed from the inner sanctum of complete deafness. This music is indeed beyond words.
This is a gift for us, supporting Tulsa and our people from all walks of life - from Tulsa Boys Home to Catholic Charities, from Tulsa Girls Art School to the Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges, from Street School to the Performing Arts Center – the music of Beethoven will come alive across Tulsa this February. Join me in making a gift to touch lives, beyond words.
Cheers,
--Bruce
Bruce Sorrell
Executive Director
P.S. Click here to donate online. We can also accept gifts of stock. Please call the office at 918.587.3802 or email executivedirector@chambermusictulsa.org and we will provide details.