OC hosts the OCO Oct. 2, after all of OC's musical groups united to entertain the campus community at the free Grand Concert Sept. 30.
OC invites community to orchestra concert Oct. 2 This event follows OC's free Grand Concert Sept. 30
Affordable, high-quality musical performances are what the Oklahoma Community Orchestra is known for, and OC is proud to host the group for a concert Oct. 2. Directed by Irvin L. Wagner, OCO will open its new season in Hardeman Auditorium.
Bassoonist Rodney Ackmann will be the featured guest artist.
The OCO consists of musicians in the greater Oklahoma City area that seek to promote the performing arts and provide quality performances of symphonic literature at a nominal charge to the community. Approximately 75 musicians perform in the orchestra and most performances are at OC. Support for performances has been provided, in part, by the Oklahoma Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts.
The OCO has been the “orchestra-in-residence” at Oklahoma Christian since 1995. Several Oklahoma Christian students, alumni
Previously this week, all of OC's musical groups united to entertain the campus community in a free event. OC's department of music presented its 23rd annual Grand Concert Sept. 30 in Hardeman Auditorium. The concert formally
Kyle Pullen, the choir director, looks forward to the Grand Concert each year as an opportunity to showcase different pieces of music for the OC community.
To learn more about OC's department of music, visit www.oc.edu/music.