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2 p.m., Sunday January 27

Philharmonic Family Concert
"America The Beautiful"

Sunday, January 27 at 2PM :: Civic Center Music Hall


A Salute to American Music for Children and Families

(Oklahoma City OK) -- The Oklahoma City Philharmonic presents a one-hour afternoon concert for children and their families titled "America The Beautiful" on Sunday, January 27 at 2:00 p.m. at the Civic Center Music Hall. Matt Troy conducts the Philharmonic in patriotic music including the "Star Spangled Banner," "Fanfare for Freedom," "Yankee Doodle," "Stars And Stripes Forever" and much more.

Designed for children ages 4 to 13, the Discovery Family Concerts are the perfect way to introduce children to orchestral music. These fast-paced programs include music, dancers, singers, costumed characters and many visual and participatory elements to make the concerts memorable and fun.

Pre-concert activities entertain youngsters for one-hour before each concert with arts & crafts, demonstrations, physical play and the Instrument Playground.

Presenting Sponsorship for the Discovery Family Series is provided by BancFirst. SandRidge Energy presents Discovery Conductor Matthew Troy. Concert support is provided by Steven Agee, Ph.D. and Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Evans.

Tickets
General admission tickets are $9 each and available at the door. Advance tickets are available at the OKC Philharmonic ticket office at 428 West California, Suite 210, Oklahoma City 73102 and at the Civic Center Music Hall at 201 N. Walker in OKC. Phone orders can be placed by calling 405-TICKETS (842-5387) or 297-CCMH or 1-800-394-7111. Online orders are welcome at www.okcphilharmonic.org or www.myticketoffice.com. Convenience charges apply for tickets purchased at CCMH, by phone or online.

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Performers

Matthew Thomas Troy is entering his fourth season as assistant conductor of the Winston-Salem Symphony. He also serves as the music director of the Youth Symphony and is the Winston-Salem Symphony’s education director. This year Troy will also continue his appointment as Education Conductor with the Oklahoma City Philharmonic, where he will conduct the Discovery and Educational Concert Series.Troy has previously held positions as conductor of the Fibonacci Chamber Orchestra, the Wake Forest University Orchestra, and the Salisbury Youth Orchestra. He has also served as assistant conductor of the Salisbury Symphony Orchestra and the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) Symphony Orchestra. Troy has led performances with many internationally renowned soloists, including Midori, Anthony Dean Griffey, Eileen Ivers, and many others.

Troy maintains an active guest conducting schedule and has led performances with the Portland Symphony Orchestra, Greensboro Symphony Orchestra, the Carolina Chamber Symphony, Kensington Consort, the Philharmonia of Greensboro, Gate City Camerata, and the Triad Chamber Music Society.

The Oklahoma City Philharmonic
"PHIL" the penguin welcomes children to the Discovery Family Concerts at the OKC Philharmonic.
"PHIL" the penguin welcomes children to the Discovery Family Concerts at the OKC Philharmonic.
Tracing its roots to the city’s first professional orchestra in 1924, the Oklahoma City Philharmonic formed in 1988 under the musical direction of Joel Levine with the help of many civic leaders and corporations.

The Philharmonic employs professional musicians in a per service contract. With subscription performances from September through May, the Philharmonic presents a series of eight Classics concerts and six pairs of Pops concerts each season. Regional performances and many educational outreach concerts, including the Discovery Family Series and Youth Concerts to area school children, are presented by the OKC Philharmonic. Holiday performances of “The Christmas Show!”, the July 3rd concert in downtown Oklahoma City, the July 4th concert in Yukon, OK, and the annual Labor Day concert presented at the Oklahoma City Community College have become family traditions for thousands in Central Oklahoma.

Together with the Oklahoma City Orchestra League, the Philharmonic presents 18 different education programs that bring enrichment to music lovers of all ages.


Where: Civic Center Music Hall
Phone: 297-2264
Address: 201 N. Walker
Website: okcciviccenter.com

Civic Center Music Hall

201 N. Walker
Oklahoma City, OK
73102
 
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