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Audience Education

Does classical music sound like a foreign language to you? We believe that the music is inherently beautiful, but that the history and significance of the composer, the composition, and the ensemble enrich the listening experience. That is why we offer these exciting education events for our audience and community.


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Program Notes


in 10 minutes or Less

Pre-concert Lectures

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Listening Guide


Pre-Concert Lectures

Listen like a professional! Forty-five minutes before each 3 p.m. Sunday concert, all attendees are invited to join musicologist Jason Heilman, and special guests, for an insider’s preview of the techniques, history, and significance of the upcoming performance. 


Masterworks in 10 Minutes or Less

CMT & Public Radio Tulsa Podcast

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This fall, you’ll have the chance to learn even more about some of the greatest works of classical music, as our Masterworks in 10 Minutes or Less podcast returns for its fifth season. Join Classical Tulsa host Jason Heilman for bite-sized audio introductions to some of the pieces on Chamber Music Tulsa’s 70th Anniversary Season, complete with a quick historical background and highlights from the musical themes.

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Open Rehearsal

Kevin Puts and Miró Quartet

Listening Guide

Join Pulitzer Prize-winning composer, Kevin Puts, and Miró Quartet violinist, Daniel Ching, as they discuss fascinating "behind-the-scene" insights into the composing and performing Puts latest String Quartet, "Home"!

Program Notes

For each concert weekend, Chamber Music Tulsa provides program notes that delve into the music being performed on each concert. These notes provide important musical and cultural insights for each work. Program Notes will be posted below a week before concerts. 

Program Notes
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