The Miró Quartet captured our hearts during the Beethoven Winter Festival in 2017. Our audiences were profoundly moved by the experience, and we couldn’t wait to have them back to Tulsa. We were disappointed when we had to put our April concerts on hold, but we are thrilled we are able to bring this world-class (and fan favorite!) ensemble directly to your home!


Chamber Music Tulsa is pleased to be among the group of elite presenters commissioning a new work by Pulitzer Prize-winner Kevin Puts. This work, Home, will be performed by the Miró Quartet during our Sunday Afternoon Virtual Concert.


This concert weekend will include two pre-concert lectures by Kevin Puts, a post-concert Q&A with the quartet and Puts, and program notes written by Jason Heilman. The Miró Quartet and Kevin Puts will also record a video “listening guide” for our new co-commission, "Home"!

Miró Quartet

October 24 & 25, 2020

Virtual Concert Weekend

October 24, 2020 - 7:30 p.m. 

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Kevin Puts: Credo*

Beethoven: Quartet in E-flat Major, Op. 74, “Harp”

We are happy to announce Salon & Weekend Subscribers will be provided a complimentary meal with wine to enjoy during the virtual concert!  Food will be provided by Goodies Catering and the wine has been donated by Kim Smith & Bob Stanley.  
 Stay tuned for more information on sign up and pick up.

Program notes and pre-concert lecture to come!

October 25, 2020 - 3:00 p.m.

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Kevin Puts: Home (new commission)^

Schubert: Quartet in D Minor, D. 810, “Death and the Maiden”

Join us for Q&A with the Miró Quartet 

& Pulitzer Prize-winning Composer Kevin Puts

immediately following the concert

Program notes and pre-concert lecture to come!

This concert weekend was originally scheduled for April 4 & 5, 2020 but has been rescheduled to October 24 & 25, 2020 with a new virtual format.

  • If you were a 2019-2020 Salon, Weekend, or Sunday subscriber, your tickets will honored at BOTH of these virtual concerts.

  • If you were a Friday Gallery Series Subscriber, you will receive the Sunday Afternoon virtual concert for free.

  • Single Ticket purchases will be honored at the corresponding virtual concert. 

  • Single Tickets will be available to purchase for each concert. Tickets are $20 per household for one concert or $30 per household for both concerts. 

*This work was composed for the Miró Quartet in 2007.

^This work was co-commissioned by the following organizations: Orcas Island Chamber Music Festival, Chamber Music Northwest, Chamber Music Society of Detroit, Chamber Music Monterey Bay, Chamber Music Tulsa, and Rockport Music.


This concert weekend is being held in honor of Emily Wood's 95th Birthday

and in memory of her dear husband, Phil Wood. 

This concert weekend is underwritten by

Emily Wood

Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation

Ruth Nelson and Tom Murphy

George Krumme and Aldean Newcomb

 With additional assistance from

Noam Faingold

Janie and Earl Funk

Kathleen Gerety and James Howard

The Herbert and Roseline Gussman Foundation

Bruce Sorrell

Mollie Williford

Sharon King Davis

Get to know the Miró Quartet

Joshua Gindele


John Largess


William Fedkenheuer


Daniel Ching


The Miró Quartet took its name and its inspiration from the Spanish artist Joan Miró, whose Surrealist works — with subject matter drawn from the realm of memory, dreams, and imaginative fantasy — are some of the most groundbreaking, influential, and admired of the 20th century.

The Quartet’s 2018-19 season includes performances for the New York Philharmonic with Gabriel Kahane; collaborations with Anton Nel, Clive Greensmith, and Martin Beaver; and appearances with the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, the Detroit Chamber Music Society, and the LMMC in Montreal. Other recent highlights include performances at the Phillips Collection, Chamber Music Monterey Bay, the Green Music Center, Chamber Music Northwest, and Emerald City Music in Seattle, as well as collaborations with David Shifrin, Andre Watts, and Wu Han, and a performance of the complete Beethoven cycle in just nine days for Chamber Music Tulsa.

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