Tulsa Race Massacre Presentation 

By Dr. Scott Ellsworth 

Tuesday, January 26, 2021

To commemorate the centennial of the Tulsa Race Massacre, we have commissioned three new pieces of chamber music by Black composers. To complement our recent commissions, and as part of our effort to learn more about the Massacre, we invite you to join us for a free 30-minute presentation by Dr. Scott Ellsworth. Dr. Ellsworth is the author of Death in a Promised Land, the first-ever comprehensive history of the horrific 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre. This award-winning author is also helping to lead the ongoing effort to uncover the unmarked graves of massacre victims. His forthcoming book, The Ground Breaking: An American City and Its Search for Justice, will be released in May 2021. He teaches courses on African American history, Southern literature, race and sports, and crime and justice in contemporary U.S. society at the University of Michigan. More information on Dr. Ellsworth can be found here:

We are excited to invite our circle of supporters to be a part of this free presentation on Tuesday, January 26 at 5:15 p.m. A brief question and answer period will follow the presentation. Please use the following link to log-on to the presentation.


Four Nations Ensemble

Virtual Concert 

Sunday, February 14, 2021

For over four decades, The Four Nations Ensemble has brought together leading soloists and generational front-runners of period vocal and instrumental performance. The Ensemble presents a special Valentine’s Day celebration with a different take on the usual holiday fare, featuring love songs from the Baroque on the theme of “Love Gone Wrong.” This virtual concert is on February 14 at 7:00pm.



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Chamber Music Tulsa's 

2020-2021 Season Update

In the best interests of everyone’s safety and health, we have decided to reschedule the concerts originally planned for September, October, and November. 


  • The early music concert featuring Ars Lyrica Houston, co-sponsored by St. John’s Episcopal Church, has been rescheduled for Sunday, June 13, 2021. If you purchased tickets for this performance, they will be honored at that date.


  • For the Brentano Quartet concerts, September 25-27, the Poulenc Trio concerts, October 9-11, and the ATOS Trio concerts, November 13-15, we're pleased to say that all three ensembles have been rescheduled during the 2021-2022 season. If you have already subscribed to our 2020-2021 season, click the link below for more information. 

To the many Black artists in the chamber music field: we honor you, we see you, we value our relationships, and we look forward to a better, more just future. There is so much work to do.




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