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The Tulsa Symphony Turns "Violet" with Mozart and Bruckner

Our guest on this edition of ST is Daniel Hege, who's been on our show before, and who's widely seen as one of America's finest young conductors; Hege served for eleven seasons as the Music Director of the Syracuse Symphony before becoming the Music Director of the Wichita Symphony, where he's been based since 2010. He will be the Guest Conductor for the next concert to be performed by the Tulsa Symphony, which begins tomorrow night (Saturday the 16th) at 7:30pm in the Chapman Music Hall of the Tulsa PAC. The current Tulsa Symphony season has a color-driven overall theme, and this time around, the hue for the evening is "Violet." Works on the program for this concert will be by Mozart (Piano Concerto No. 21) and Bruckner (Symphony No. 4), with the former piece featuring an appearance by Robin Sutherland, an OK Mozart favorite, at the piano. For more information about this concert, including ticket information, please visit the Tulsa Symphony's website.

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