Friday, October 17, 2014 at 7:30 p.m.
Praised by critics as “early music turned early magic,” (Boston Musical Intelligencer) and “striking” (Cleveland Classical), The Broken Consort is a professional chamber music ensemble with a story to tell. Several award-winning rising stars – many of them composers – join forces to create passionate, innovative, energetic, and unforgettable programs that balance between daredevil virtuosity and sensual intimacy. Since its founding in 2010, The Broken Consort has performed for enthusiastic audiences in several early music festivals and series across the country. Today, The Broken Consort spends an equal amount of time playing early music, and composing, commissioning, and premiering exciting new compositions.
The Broken Consort’s outreach activities include teaching and performing regularly at leading universities, K-12 schools, and correctional facilities.
This performance will be joined in part by our friends at Pro Musica Tulsae.
The Tulsa Symphony Brass and Organ
Sunday, December 21, 2014 at 5:00 p.m.
The widely acclaimed reception given to the Tulsa Symphony Brass and Organ sing-a-long makes another concert performance for 2014 a must for this Christmas season.
Join Casey Cantwell at the Trinity Episcopal Church organ and Tim McFadden’s merry musical magicians from the Tulsa Symphony Brass for this festive music special. All your Holiday musical favorites, all the more Christmas joy!
Lindsey McKee, soprano
Sunday, February 22, 2015 at 7:30 p.m.
Originally from Great Britain, Lindsey has a diverse career that has spanned three continents. She has performed not only in opera, but in recital, oratorio and musical theatre. She studied voice at The Guildhall School of Music in London. Whilst a student she sang with the London Bach choir at Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer’s wedding. She also made her professional debut in London singing “Mary” in Elgar’s “The Kingdom.”
Lindsey has sung with many orchestras across the United States, including The Kansas City Symphony, The St. Louis Philharmonic, The Tulsa Symphony, the Signature Symphony, and the Ashville Symphony to name a few.
She has also appeared on stages across the Midwest, including Quality Hill Playhouse, The American Heartland theatre, The Missouri Rep, The St. Louis Rep, The MUNY, Stages St. Louis, Starlight Theatre, ATC and LOOK. She also worked in the TONY award winning “The Lost Colony” in North Carolina (The longest running outdoor drama in the US) for two seasons .
Lindsey divides her time between Tulsa, where she makes a home with her incredibly supportive husband Steve, and Kansas City, where she teaches voice at The Conservatory of Music UMKC.
Recent engagements include Mahler’s Symphony No. 2, “The Resurrection”, with The Signature Symphony, and Christmas at Quality Hill Playhouse.
Future engagements include Three Songs by Oswaldo Golijov with The Florence Symphony of South Carolina.
GO FOR BAROQUE
Sunday, April 26, 2015 at 7:30 p. m.
Baroque in Tow: Route 66
Route 66 is more than just a highway. Along this storied route was born the cultural history of our nation as people from all walks of life settled along this route bringing with them their families and their dreams, and their music.
From places as distant from each other as Germany, France, and England, communities sprang up along the “Mother Road” and began to meld together a vast array of melodies and musical instruments which Go for Baroque explores and celebrates in one of its most popular programs.
In keeping with Go for Baroque’s acclaimed reputation for presenting serious music in an entertaining manner, the evening features everything from treasured works to whimsical tunes.
Travel with this gifted ensemble along the main street of America with music brought over by those who settled this land. From traditional fiddle tune Back Up and Push and an elegant violin sonata by LeClair, to Scott Joplin’s Solace and Peter Schickele’s Young Man Going West, prepare to get more than your share of kicks on this musical tour of Route 66!