Esteemed conductor James Bagwell leads the TSO in this commanding performance featuring Beethoven’s Leonore Overture, Mozart’s Symphony No. 25, and Mahler’s magnificent Symphony No. 1 “The Titan.”
Beethoven – Leonore Overture No. 3
Mozart – Symphony No. 25
Mahler – Symphony No. 1 “The Titan”
James Bagwell, Guest Conductor
Master cello player Matt Magerkurth brings his Sextet to LowDown for the last night of June! This talented Tulsa group is comprised of Matt Magerkurth on cello, Mark Southerland on saxophone, Steven Schultz on guitar, Jordan Hehl on bass, David Broome on piano and Nicholas Foster on drums. Happy Hour starts at 6 p.m. | Show starts at 8 p.m.
One of Tulsa’s most talented vocalist Sarah Maud is bringing SnoBug to summer at LowDown! This show features some of Tulsa's finest players including Sarah Maud’s vocals, Olivia McGraw on Violin, Jordan Hehl on bass, Matt Magerkurth on cello, and Nicholas Foster playing the drums. Happy Hour starts at 6 p.m. | Show starts at 8 p.m.
The NOLA-based trio, EXTENDED is comprised of Oscar Rossignoli on piano, Matt Booth on bass, and Brad Webb on drums. The trio brings a unique musical personality, using their creative minds to discover new beats and performances that continue to thrill locals and impress audiences worldwide. Doors open at 7 p.m. | Show starts at 8 p.m.
Don’t miss Charles Lloyd and his trio at LowDown! This headlining performance trio features Charles Lloyd, Ruben Rogers, and Anthony Wilson. A very special show to conclude the 4th annual “Wine and Jazz Fete" led by OK Roots Music! A NEA Jazz Master, Memphis Music Hall of Fame inductee, and recipient of the prestigious Chevalier des Arts et Lettre from the French Minister of culture, Charles Lloyd has a legendary history in the music world. Doors open at 7 p.m. | Show starts at 8 p.m.
Hot off their recent signing to Motown Records, Fire in Little Africa continues their hit series of “Jazz In Little Africa” at LowDown. Old school jazz mixed with Tulsa-flavor HIP-HOP, this series is a one-of-a-kind experience you’ll have to hear to believe! This performance features artist 1st Verse backed by the Chris Combs Quartet. Led by Chris Combs on guitar, Bobby Moffett on piano, Josh Raymer on drums, Dean DeMerritt on upright bass, and Kristen Ruyle on percussion. Happy Hour starts at 6 p.m. | Show starts at 8 p.m.
LowDown is thrilled to co-present the 4th annual “Wine and Jazz Fete" led by OK Roots Music! On Thursday, June 2, experience a rare, intimate, solo performance by guitar virtuoso Marc Ribot in Tulsa’s only authentic listening room. Before the show, enjoy a specially curated wine tasting with Provisions Fine Beverages Purveyors, and sample four delicious and sustainably produced wines prior to the Marc Ribot performance.
Tulsa native vocalist, songwriter and bandleader, Dara Tucker, is bringing her powerful vocals and talent home for a special, one night performance in Tulsa’s only authentic listening room. Dara Tucker is making her mark in the world of organic, heartfelt music by blending the melodic and lyrical richness of the central plains with the soulful strains of the African American experience. Her eclecticism is guided by the diversity of her narrative. Born in Tulsa, Oklahoma to a family of singers and ministers, Tucker and her siblings traveled across the US singing with their parents. From there, Tucker has experienced a diverse array of locales that she has called home including Interlaken, Switzerland; Nashville, and finally, New York City. Tucker has since toured nationally with her own bands and also with renowned hybrid guitarist Charlie Hunter.
Vibraphone master Nick Mancini brings his jazz quartet to LowDown! The Quartet includes Nick Mancini leading the Vibraphone, Clark Gibson playing the Saxophone, Jeremy Thomas on the Hammond B3 Organ, and Willie Peterson running the drums. Doors open at 7 p.m. | Show starts at 8 p.m.
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Tulsa Symphony has made the difficult decision to postpone the May 20, 2022 performance of Walt Disney Animation Studios: A Decade in Concert at ONEOK Field to September 9, 2022. Previously purchased tickets will be honored on the new date. Ticket holders unable to attend the September 9 performance will be issued a refund. “At the heart of Tulsa Symphony’s core values is excellence in everything we do. Our patrons deserve the absolute best experience possible, and we believe this decision will provide them a better, more magical experience,” said Keith C. Elder, Tulsa Symphony Executive Director. The performance will take place Friday, September 9, 2022 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets start at just $14.50. Visit tulsasymphony.org or call (918) 584-3645 to buy tickets. Rain date is Saturday, September 10, 2022. Celebrating iconic musical moments from favorite films released over the last decade, this melodic journey explores Disney Animation’s latest stories through unforgettable film clips and scores performed live by a symphony orchestra. Presentation licensed by Disney Concerts. Please note that proof of COVID-19 vaccinations and negative COVID-19 tests will not be required to attend this event. Masks are optional.
The Black Jacket Symphony show scheduled for November 12, 2021 has been rescheduled to November 17, 2022. Eventbrite will be sending out an email to all verified ticket buyers over the next few days with more information. Be sure to check your Spam/Junk folder if you are unable to locate the email. Please hold on to your tickets as they will be honored at the rescheduled show.
From Golden Globe‐nominated composer Brian Byrne (Heartbeat of Home) comes a majestic new musical score for a brand‐new Irish dance production from Herbert W. Armstrong College and Armstrong Dance. Celtic Throne explores the ancient origins of Irish step dance and celebrates the millennia‐long journey of a music‐and‐dance‐loving people as they migrate from the ancient Near East to Ireland, Scotland, England and the United States. Infused with innovative choreography, dazzling costumes and spectacular lighting and projection, Celtic Throne is Armstrong’s most electrifying, edge‐of‐the‐seat production to date. “Celtic Throne combines Byrne’s powerful, cinematic musical score with hard‐ and soft‐shoe Irish dancing, all set against epic imagery of Ireland, the Scottish Highlands, scenes from the British Empire, and traditional America. This show is a stonking celebration of the British Isles and the United States. It is guaranteed to leave audiences thrilled and inspired,” said codirector Brad Macdonald. “Bring the entire family for an unforgettable experience!”
"The Nacirema Society Requests the Honor of Your Presence at a Celebration of Their First One Hundred Years" is set in 1964 in Alabama and Martin Luther King is coming to spearhead a voter registration drive in Montgomery. But Grace Dunbar, the matriarch of Montgomery’s most aristocratic Black family and President of the Nacirema Society, has other things on her mind.