OK Mozart Music Festival
OK MOZART's mission is to bring the highest quality professional musical and cultural experience to the citizens of the Bartlesville area, state of Oklahoma and the mid-America region of the United States by producing a multi-day festival with professional orchestra musicians, concert artists and musical performances of artistic excellence for an event with international significance.
Each individual concert is an integral part of the larger annual Festival event, which also features activities of historical, architectural and cultural significance to the Bartlesville area. These are complementary Showcase Events designed to entertain and educate Festival attendees during the non-concert hours.
To purchase event or season tickets, visit the OK Mozart Box Office or call 918-336-9800 for details.
Opening Night Celebration
Community Center Block Party
Saturday, June 7, 6 p.m. • Bartlesville Community Center
Start off OKM Festival week with an evening of family fun beginning with the 145th Army Guard Concert Band inside the BCC. Outdoors there will be food, live music, face painting, lots of giveaways and an assortment of delightful surprises. Admission is FREE and open to the entire community.
To be followed by...
OKM Original Artist Concert Series
Austin Triple Bill Block Party
8 p.m. • 2nd Street & Dewey Ave
Frank & Lola's has been integrally involved with OK Mozart throughout the year, so we're delighted to kick off the adult portion of our Opening Night Celebration with a block party concert at the corner of 2nd Street & Dewey Ave. Featuring the music of Joe Sundell, Loves it! and Ramsay Midwood. Admission is FREE.
OK Mozart All-State Youth Orchestra
with Jon Kimura Parker and the Amici New York Orchestra
Sunday, June 8, 3 p.m. • Bartlesville Community Center
Amici New York Orchestra and OKM artistic director Constantine Kitsopoulos welcome members of the newly formed OK Mozart All-State Youth Orchestra to perform in a joint concert featuring Mahler's Symphony No. 1 "Titan." Oklahoma's finest young musicians will play next to some of the world's greatest professional musicians for a thrilling celebration of OK Mozart Festival's 30th anniversary. Jon Kimura Parker will join Amici New York for a performance of Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 20, one that Beethoven admired above all others.
Tickets: $45/25 Adults • $25/10 Students
Mozart's "The Magic Flute"
Wednesday, June 11, 7:30 p.m. • Bartlesville Community Center
Characters of Mozart’s enchanting opera “The Magic Flute” have charmed audiences all over the world. Locally, Amici New York and the Bartlesville Choral Society will perform a 90-minute semi-staged version in English for family enjoyment as arranged and conducted by OKM artistic director, Constantine Kitsopoulos. The performance will feature singers selected from throughout Oklahoma.
$45/$25 Adults • $25/$10 Students
with Members of the Amici New York Orchestra
Thursday, June 12, 8 p.m. • Bartlesville Community Center
Since signing to Sugar Hill Records at age 16, Sarah Jarosz has barely stopped to catch her breath, even as she leaves audiences and critics alike breathless. The New York Times hailed her as “one of acoustic music’s finest talents.” Now 22, and a three-time Grammy nominee, she creates sonic atmospheres that shimmer with equal parts acoustic majesty and electrifying mystery.
$35/$15 Adults • $25/$10 Students
Woolaroc Outdoor Concert
Friday, June 13, 8 p.m. • Woolaroc Museum & Wildlife Preserve
OKM’s 30th Anniversary celebration continues at Woolaroc with a selection of patriotic favorites by John Williams, John Philip Sousa and others played by the Amici New York orchestra. Topping off the evening will be Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture accompanied by the sounds of cannons and the visual thrill of fireworks.
$25 Adults • $15 Students • $15 Bus (not included in Season Tickets)
The Grand Finale Concert
with the Amici New York Orchestra
Saturday, June 14, 8 p.m. • Bartlesville Community Center
Bartlesville Choral Society under the direction of Susan Mueller joins the Amici New York orchestra and Artistic Director Constantine Kitsopoulos in presenting Beethoven’s most exciting work. This concert promises to bring the house down with the sound of over 100 performers on the stage. *Soloists to be announced.
$55/$35 Adults • $25/$10 Students
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