OK Electric 2019: Music on the theme of Migration
Friday and Saturday, March 22nd and 23rd at Living Arts of Tulsa and Duet Jazz Club.
Friday | Doors open at 6 PM, Talk begins at 6:30 PM, Concert begins at 7 PM. After-party at Chimera.
Guest artist: Night 1 of performances by cellist Amanda Gookin's "Forward Music Project 2.0," performing works for cello and electronics by women composers on the theme of Migration. Several of these works are co-commissioned through Gookin's residency at National Sawdust in Brooklyn, followed by performances at The Kennedy Center.
Featuring music by Amanda Feery, Nathalie Joachim, Mary Kouyoumdjian, Jessica Meyer, Angelica Negrón, Niloufar Nourbakhsh, Paola Prestini, Kamal Sankaram, Judith Shatin, and Alex Temple.
Little Boxes (Dave Broome, Paul Sweet, and Olivia McGraw) will give the world premiere performances of music for electric keyboards and visuals, with music by Broome, Francisco Cordova, Kiersten Moser, and Sweet, followed by a world premiere by composer/performer Lars Gardner.
Friday OK Electric after-party at Chimera Coffee, Food, and Cocktails
Tickets for Friday night at Living Arts of Tulsa can be purchased at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ok-electric-tickets-58654406910
Saturday | Doors open at 7 PM, concert begins at 8 PM.
Guest artist: Night 2 of performances by cellist Amanda Gookin's "Forward Music Project 2.0" (different set of works).
Matt Magerkurth and friends
Tickets are $15 per night, $7 for students (students must show ID at the door). All events are free for Living Arts members.
Tickets for Saturday's performance at Duet Jazz can be purchased at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/forward-music-project-with-amanda-gookin-tickets-58612771377
OK, Electric is curated by Noam Faingold through the New Music Committee at Living Arts of Tulsa.