Sunday, Oct. 13
If you asked Sarah Brightman what it’s like to be the “world’s best-selling soprano,” you might hope for a diva-like, bon-bon dipped reply: “Well, obviously, it’s fine.” Although Brightman – international star of musical theater, the concert hall, film and the recording studio – has earned enough stripes for snarky retorts, you’re more likely to hear about all the future projects she’s working on and the gratitude she has for her fans. Brightman has sold a lot of albums, and on her latest, “Dreamchaser,” she continues her own dream of bridging the gap between the classical and contemporary music worlds. “Dreamchaser” contains covers of work by Sigur Ros, Sia Furler and the Cocteau Twins. You can hear it live when she performs and intimate show at the BOK Center, 200 S. Denver Ave., Tulsa. Show time is at 6 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 13, and tickets ($84-$255) are limited as the arena will be transformed into a theater setting for this performance. For more, visit www.bokcenter.com.