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  • Andrés Franco has been named the new Artistic Director and Conductor of the Signature Symphony at Tulsa Community College. The TCC Board of Regents approved the hiring at the March 12 meeting. The vote capped off an intensive national search and selection process following the announcement that Dr. Barry Epperley, founder of the orchestra would retire. “The search for our new artistic director and conductor has been a collaborative journey that engaged our musicians and our...
    03/12/2015
  • Signature Symphony at Tulsa Community College launches a new educational outreach program called Seedling Symphony. This new program was developed by Signature Quartet musicians and combines music and movements in the classroom with the goal of expanding the type of music in early learning programs. Seedling Symphony raises the level of music beyond nursery rhymes and lullabies to expose young children, from birth to six years old, to complex and intricate music using string instruments, the...
    03/06/2015
  • Think you can’t sing, meditate, dance or write poetry? Energize a dormant part of your brain by trying something new in the upcoming I Can’t workshops at the Thomas K. McKeon Center for Creativity on the Tulsa Community College Metro Campus. Learn how to make a 3D print of a person at I Can’t 3D Print with Fab Lab Tulsa on Monday, March 2. Then, come back on Monday, March 9 for I Can’t Groove with Christy Hays where participants will learn to rock some easy, fun dance...
    02/25/2015
  • A Tulsa stage is transformed into Transylvania as Tulsa Community College presents the Broadway musical “Young Frankenstein.” Written by Mel Brooks and based on the 1974 comedy film with the same name, “Young Frankenstein” opened on Broadway in 2007. The TCC production features the original Broadway set that was then adapted for the national touring company. The musical has more than 25 different scenes and locations and a great deal of special effects and features built...
    02/25/2015
  • Tulsa Community College hosts the annual Red Fork Native American Film Festival on Saturday, Feb. 28 at the TCC West Campus, 7505 W 41st Street South. The film festival presents a variety of independent films that showcase the work of Native American actors, directors and producers as well as films that focus on the experiences of indigenous peoples. New this year, the festival will include a powwow featuring Native American dancers. “TCC is proud of its long-standing collaboration in...
    02/20/2015
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