Visiting Artists provide music education outreach programs in addition to the Saturday Salon and Sunday concerts they perform. Chamber Music Tulsa believes that music education is critical today in light of cutbacks in art education.
Many of these expert musicians are passionate educators in their own right. While in Tulsa, they conduct workshops and master classes for thousands of children and adults, some of whom may not be able to experience this caliber of music otherwise. Most of these outreach performances are open and free to the public. Please contact Chamber Music Tulsa at 918-587-3802 or firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
Community outreach programs for the 2013-2014 season will be announced in August, 2013.
Last season’s events:
September: Elementary School Performance
Chatham Baroque has been recognized for the outstanding quality of its education offerings by Early Music America. They will give a school performance for students at Holy Family Cathedral School and Marquette School.
October: Collegiate Master Class
Tokyo String Quartet, in addition to being one of the most acclaimed quartets in the world, teaches at Yale University. They will give a master class for collegiate level string ensembles from OU, OSU, and TU at the new Lorton Performance Center at TU.
November: School and Community Events
Zodiac Trio’s musicians come from three continents and speak several languages. They will give a school performance at a local school and appear at Kids’ World, a project of Tulsa Global Alliance.
February: Exciting new one week residency!
Tesla Quartet is one of the hottest young American quartets on the international scene. They were the only quartet from the U.S. to make the finals of the London International String Quartet competition in April. This prestigious competition is only held every three years. The Tesla Quartet will be in residence for a week performing all over Tulsa. There will be performances at a mall, library, children’s hospital, retirement center, Tulsa Boys’ Home, bus station, downtown office building, and several of Tulsa’s Public Schools. They will also give a master class for the winners of the Tulsa Young Chamber Artists’ Competition, sponsored by CMT and Tulsa Camerata.
March: Engaging young professionals
Quartetto di Cremona from Italy will mingle and provide music for an outreach gathering with local community groups. Members of the Italian American Society of Tulsa will be our special guests for the evening.
April: High school cabaret
Gryphon Trio will perform a cabaret concert with singer for the students of Tulsa’s School of Arts and Sciences. Curriculum will be developed to use with these students specifically for this concert activity.