The Tulsa Symphony Offers a Winter- and Holiday-Themed Concert with Steven Smith as Guest Conductor
Tomorrow night, Saturday the 6th, at the Tulsa PAC, the Tulsa Symphony Orchestra will present a winter- and holiday-themed concert with Steven Smith as Guest Conductor. This is Smith's second appearance with the TSO, and he's our guest on ST today. On the program for tomorrow evening, Mendelssohn's Violin Concerto in E minor (with violinist Rossitza Jekova-Goza as the soloist) as well as two selections from Tchaikovsky: the seldom-heard-but-excellent Symphony No. 1 in G minor (a/k/a "Winter Dreams") and, of course, Selections from The Nutcracker. Smith is currently the Music Director and Conductor of both the Richmond Symphony and the Cleveland Chamber Symphony. He's also a noted composer, and he talks about his own compositional efforts as well as what he'll be doing with the Tulsa Symphony soon. More about tomorrow night's concert, which starts at 7:30pm, can be found here.