Signature Symphony to perform at outdoor stadium with marching-band students

Posted on: March 25, 2021

On April 23, the Signature Symphony at Tulsa Community College will perform at Union High School’s Tuttle Stadium, “the full orchestra’s first concert before a live audience since September, when the Signature Symphony performed at ONEOK Field,” writes James D. Watts Jr. in Sunday’s (3/21) Tulsa World (OK). “The orchestra’s brass quintet performed to a live audience at the Tulsa Botanic Garden in October. Throughout the fall and winter, the orchestra has been presenting … online events. The April concert will feature music from classic films … and will conclude with Tchaikovsky’s ‘1812 Overture,’ featuring the Union High School Renegade Regiment Marching Band. ‘We heard such great feedback after our outdoor performances at ONEOK Field and the Tulsa Botanic Garden in the fall,’ said Kelly Clark, Dean of TCC’s School of Visual and Performing Arts…. ‘It is thrilling to know our full orchestra is returning to the stage, or in this case the field, for a live performance.’ … The concert will be the first live, in-person performance for Union’s Renegade Regiment this school year…. ‘This provides our high school seniors a final performance as a member of the Renegade Regiment before graduation,’ said Charles Pisarra, Union band director.”