Last week, we highlighted all the live music being offered in the city. But the cityís arts scene is bigger than concerts. It includes opera, ballet and Broadway musicals, including traveling shows and local performers.
Ring in the New Year by spurring some ringing in your ears at the following shows. Support live music in the 4-0-5.
Are you looking to broaden your musical horizons in 2020? Or do you have a few people on your list who need some last-minute gifts of the live-performance variety?
Weíve got to be honest: Keeping track of all the concert announcements is getting a little tough. It seems like every day, two or three amazing shows are announced for Oklahoma City.
Originally called Armistice Day, Veterans Day is a U.S. holiday observed annually on November 11, to honor military veterans.
The Ezra Duo, a classical ensemble, featuring violinist Jacob Clewell and pianist Sasha Bult-Ito, will perform at the inaugural Ignite! Master Artists Series, a free community concert in the beautiful Harding Performance Auditorium.
If you live for live music, youíve no doubt noticed: OKCís been bringing in quite the slate of live touring acts of late!
Mark your calendars because the Plaza District Festival is right around the corner. The annual festival will take place Sept. 28 from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. in the Plaza District.