Oct 4, 2012
To open its third season, Tulsa Camerata traces the far-reaching influences of the French musical style. Claude Debussy’s languorous and sensual Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun, reduced from the full orchestra to flute, clarinet and piano, serves as the ideal starting point.
Baroque composer François Couperin narrates an imaginary sojourn by his late Italian hero and rival Arcangelo Corelli to the mythical summit of Mount Parnassus in his Apotheosis.
Twentieth-century composer Tōru Takemitsu blends French impressionism and the colors of his native Japan in his elegiac trio Between Tides.
For the finale, we are excited to present a rare yet monumental quintet by Louise Farrenc – an unfairly neglected contemporary of Berlioz and Bizet.
|Cost||$20 General Admission, $15 Senior, $5 Student|
Philbrook Museum of Art
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