The Performing Artist Roster is a resource list of Oklahoma performing artists who have been vetted by the Oklahoma Arts Council and are available to perform in communities around the state. Artists on the roster include some of the state’s finest soloists, orchestras, and ensembles in music, theatre and dance. Styles range from classical to contemporary to experimental.
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Adam & Kizzie
Adam & Kizzie have come together on a mission to give music their absolute best. Their music is a tribute to everything that is genuinely great about music, which is why it’s hard to claim whether their album ‘The Book of EEDO: Vol. 1” is an R&B, soul, jazz, or hip hop form of musical art.
Bravo Brass Quintet
The Bravo Brass Quintet is a versatile and dynamic chamber ensemble composed of the full-time, professional brass musicians of the Tulsa Philharmonic.
Those who have witnessed Cruz's performance immediately become entranced at the precision, speed and complexity with which his fingers strike the strings of his guitar to create a symphony of sound unusual to just one instrument.
Kyle Dillingham, of Oklahoma City, started playing the violin when he was nine and has taken his music to over 30 countries earning him the title of "Oklahoma's Musical Ambassador."
Go for Baroque
Go for Baroque touches audiences with their music and a spirit of humor with informal narratives. Their repertoire, tailored to meet community requests, spans from 17th century Baroque through 20th century world music.
Jeongwon Ham is an international award-winning pianist and professor of piano at the University of Oklahoma who has performed throughout the world.
Grammy and Emmy nominated musician David B. Hooten is a trumpet soloist residing in Oklahoma City.
Jana Jae, versatile violinist/fiddler, blends country fiddling with western swing, bluegrass and the classics.
The performing art of Van Cliburn Silver Medalist Valery Kuleshov, named the "Russian Virtuoso of the Romantic Piano", is based on the best Russian piano traditions.
Oklahoma City Philharmonic
The Oklahoma City Philharmonic Orchestra, established in 1989, is the cultural flagship of Oklahoma City and stands ready and able to provide the best in professional orchestral music for its community and state.
Members of Rascal Bassoons have made names for themselves as professional musicians who are experienced in the performance of bassoon and contrabassoon. Among the group's sets, its "Beatles" set, featuring electric bassoons accompanied by the backing of the Fab Four, has received rave reviews.
Ryan & Ryan
Ryan & Ryan is a dynamic father-son piano duo that blends classic and contemporary music into an enthralling concert experience.
Flexibility and inventiveness are hallmarks of Trio Tulsa. Inspired by years of experience performing throughout the world they are able to delight audiences with insightful and entertaining commentary.
Members of Tulsa Camerata have a passion for sharing chamber music with a broad regional audience.
Tulsa Rock Quartet
Through energetic and innovative performances, Tulsa Rock Quartet seeks to introduce string quartet music to a diverse audience and to inspire young musicians as well as entertain and delight audiences of all ages.
Tulsa Symphony Orchestra
Through exciting and meaningful Education and Community Outreach programs, Tulsa Symphony Orchestra provides a wide range of musical and teaching experiences focused on building the audiences of tomorrow and encouraging the gifted young musicians of today.
As a performer, Whang is a versatile pianist who enjoys performing both as a soloist and a collaborator.
(Note: Performing Roster artists are not employees of the Oklahoma Arts Council)