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OKC Philharmonic announces ‘(re)IMAGINE(d)’ 2020-2021 Classics and Pops concert seasons

In addition, the season will highlight the talents of several OKC Philharmonic musicians, as well as other esteemed local performers, as featured soloists.  

The Pops season also has been slightly modified, but will continue to offer a wide range of entertaining programs.

“We are thrilled to present this ‘(re)IMAGINE(d)’ season that allows us to bring our community a much needed musical reprieve, as we continue to live in the era of COVID-19.” says OKC Philharmonic Executive Director Agnieszka Rakhmatullaev in a statement. “As one of the flagship arts organizations elevating the quality of life in our community, the OKCPHIL board, staff, and musicians, with the support of our loyal patrons have been working together proactively to explore new paths and platforms to continue our presence in the community. Together, we can set our sights on the Oct. 17 season opening concert, when we hope to gather together in a responsible way to experience great orchestral music once again.”

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The 2020-21 season updates include:

“(re)IMAGINE(d)” Classics 2020-2021

Classics 1: “Celebrating the Americas”
Oct. 17
Gregory Lee, violin
Carlos Simon: “This Land”
Piazzolla: “The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires”
Golijov: “Last Round”
Korngold: “Much Ado About Nothing Suite, op. 11”

Classics 2: “The Inner Realm”
Nov. 21
Rautavaara: “Cantus Arcticus”
Jóhann Jóhannsson: “Fordlândia”
Sibelius: “Symphony No. 7 in C major, op.105”

Classics 3: “Beethoven’s 250th Birthday Celebration”
Jan. 9, 2021
Sergio Monteiro, piano
Beethoven: “The Creatures of Prometheus: Overture, op. 43”                          
Beethoven: “Piano Concerto No. 2 in B-flat major, op. 19”
Beethoven: “Symphony No. 8 in F major, op. 93”

Classics 4: “River Deep, Royal High(ness)”
Jan. 30, 2021
Ted Cox, tuba
Bach: “Brandenburg Concerto No. 3”
Strauss: “Horn Concerto No. 1, opus 11”
Schumann: “Symphony No. 3 in E-flat, op. 97, ‘Rhenish'”

Classics 5: “A Burst of Energy”
Feb. 27, 2021
Valery Kuleshov, piano
Antheil: “A Jazz Symphony”
Shostakovich: “Concerto for Piano No. 2 in F major, op. 102”
Ravel: “Le Tombeau de Couperin”
Prokofiev: “Symphony No. 1 in D Major, op. 25, ‘Classical'”

Classics 6: “Only Tchaikovsky!”
April 10, 2021
Alban Gerhardt, cello
Tchaikovsky: “Waltz from Sleeping Beauty”
Tchaikovsky: “Variations on a Rococo Theme, op. 33”
Tchaikovsky: “Symphony No. 2 in C minor, op. 17, ‘Little Russian'”

Classics 7: “American Stories – ‘Tis a Gift”
May 8, 2021
Valerie Watts, flute
Gaye LeBlanc-Germain, harp
Barber: “Adagio for Strings”
Kilpatrick: “Concerto for Flute”
Lash: “Concerto for Harp”
Copland: “Appalachian Spring”

Classics 8: “German Dexterity and Panache”
June 5, 2021
Marat Gabdullin, violin
Jesse Montgomery: “Banner”
Mozart: “Violin Concerto No. 2 in D major”
Strauss: “Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme”

Updated Pops 2020-2021 

Pops 1: “The Magic of John Williams”
Nov. 6-7
This delightful concert will bring some of the most iconic John Williams’ scores to life. The exciting musical journey will showcase his work on such classic films as “Star Wars,” “Jurassic Park,” “Jaws,” “Indiana Jones,” “Superman” and “Harry Potter.” 


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