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2 Welcome to OK Mozart Festival, OPUS 32 An opus number is a chronological way of keeping track of a set of music and so, HOW TO ORDER TICKETS this is our 32nd festival. This is an important opus it marks a change in our Guide to 2016 Festival Events mission and direction. It is common for musicians, festivals, orchestras or any art entity, as they become mature and have arrived at a new style, to settle Day-by-day schedule of events Pages 12-18 Showcase Events (alphabetical order) Pages 19-29 on that new style throughout their adulthood and beyond. OK Mozart has OK Mozart Festival Concert Order Form Pages 31-32 noted the tremendous growth in our states arts organizations since the festival began in 1985. We have decided to help propel this growth forward at an even PURCHASING TICKETS faster pace. Phone: (918) 336-9800 BCC Box Office: (918) 337-2787 With the creative energy of three conductors, three orchestras and our new Monday through Friday 10am to 4 pm theme of Mozart and His Musical Heirs, we have arrived at a festival that pays Fax: (918) 336-9525 tribute to those who were writing at the same time as Mozart and those who so admired his style, that they Fill out and fax Order Forms on pages 31-32 to OKM continued to use his forms and techniques throughout the 19th century, and in some cases, the 20th century. Online: www.okmozart.com www.facebook.com/okmfestival This festival celebrates the music of Europe and the Americas not just North America, since the music of Mozart was being heard around the world. We begin our Musical Voyage from the Americas to Europe in Peru, In Person: OKM Box Office where many exquisite pieces of music were written in 1783, while Mozart was composing in Vienna. We 415 S. Dewey, Suite 100, Bartlesville then spend the week hearing some of the most beautiful music ever written the music of Mozart, Brahms, or Beethoven and Mendelssohn. As the week comes to an end with our finale, we take a Return Voyage from the Europe to the Americas. We pay a visit to Mexico, and 20th century composer Arturo Marquez, hearing some Bartlesville Community Center, of the most joyful music since Mozart. We finally arrive in New York, where we pay tribute to our 31 years of 300 S.E. Adams Blvd., Bartlesville collaboration with New Yorkers. Youll be thrilled to hear Anne-Marie McDermott play George Gershwins Rhapsody in Blue. So, to each and every one of you, Bon Voyage. Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover cards accepted. There will be no handling charges or mailing fees. Ticket price inclusive of all ticketing fees. Group rates available. Contact Rose Hammerschmidt at 918-336-9800. Randy Thompson Executive Director OK Mozart International Festival 2

3 2016 Festival Main Concerts Mozart & His Musical Heirs Saturday, June 11 Monday, June 13 Opening Daytime Celebration Brightmusic Chamber Ensemble 9am - 2pm Prairie Song Admission is FREE 11am Ambler Hall Start off the 2016 OKM Festival with a full morning of family fun beginning Tickets $20 Adults $9 Students with our 2nd annual 5K and Fun Run at 7:30am, jogging along the natural Gregory Lee, violin, Amy I-Lin Cheng, piano terrain followed by a tour of Prairie Songs historically recreated 1800s Old West Chad Burrow, clarinet, Jonathan Ruck, cello town, including a tour of its buildings, live music by Corky Davis & Cowboy Schubert Fantasy in C for Violin and Piano Swing, pony rides, tribal dancing, kids petting zoo, doityourself branding Zemlinsky Trio in A Minor for Clarinet, Cello and Piano irons, wagon rides, and more. Mir String Quartet Followed by 2pm Ambler Hall Tickets $30 Adults $9 Students FREE Opening Night Concert: Adam & Kizzie Daniel Ching, violin, William Fedkenheuer, violin 6pm Adam & Kizzie Bartlesville Community Center Admission is FREE John Largess, viola, Joshua Gindele, cello OK Mozart Festival welcomes music lovers of all ages to hear one of Oklahoma Beethoven String Quartet No. 10, Op. 74 "Harp" City's favorite duos: Adam & Kizzie. Brahms String Quartet No. 1 in C Minor, Op. 51 Sunday, June 12 A Gala Ballroom Dance A Musical Voyage from the Americas to Europe: A World of Signature Symphony Dance Band Brilliant Sound 7pm Hillcrest Country Club The Signature Symphony at TCC, Andrs Franco, conductor, $150 per person Formal attire and OK Mozart College All-State Orchestra Take a blacktie dinner/dance excursion down 2pm Bartlesville Community Center memory lane with the strains of your favorite Tickets $45/$30/$15 Adults $25/$15/$9 Students dance music. Then, take an opportunity to Miguel Harth-Bedoya Vice-Royal Music from Peru recognize and thank our champions of the Mozart Six German Dances festival for 2016: The John Mihm family. Johann Strauss Overture to the Gypsy Baron Brahms Symphony No. 4 Adam & Kizzie Gala Ballroom Dance 3

4 Tuesday, June 14 Wednesday, June 15 Brightmusic Chamber Ensemble OKC String Trio 11am Ambler Hall 11am Ambler Hall Tickets $20 Adults $9 Students Tickets $20 Adults $9 Students Gregory Lee, violin, Suzanne Wagor, viola Gregory Lee, violin, Jonathan Ruck, cello Jonathan Ruck, cello, Amy I-Lin Cheng, piano Stephen Beus, piano Mozart Quartet for Piano and Strings in G Minor Beethoven Trio Op. 1 in E Flat Brahms Quartet No. 1 for Piano and Strings in G Minor Arensky Trio No. 1 in D Minor Mir String Quartet Mir String Quartet 2pm Ambler Hall 2pm Ambler Hall Catherine Tickets $30 Adults $9 Students Tickets $30 Adults $9 Students Russell Daniel Ching, violin, William Fedkenheuer, violin Daniel Ching, violin, William Fedkenheuer, violin John Largess, viola, Joshua Gindele, cello John Largess, viola, Joshua Gindele, cello Brahms String Quartet No. 2 in A Minor, Op. 51 Ginastera String Quartet No. 1, Op. 20 Beethoven String Quartet No. 16 in F Major, Op. 135 Brahms String Quartet No. 3 in B Flat Major, Op. 67 An Evening with the Crossover Kings: Simply Three Visionary Masterpieces Classical Gold 7:30pm Bartlesville Community Center The Tulsa Symphony Orchestra $35/$25/$15 Adults $25/$15/$9 Students Daniel Hege, conductor This stellar ensemble performs Puccini and Gershwin to Adele, Coldplay, Dr. David Carter, Clarinet and Michael Jackson. By reshaping convention through genre hopping, the 7:30pm Bartlesville Community Center trio continues to exemplify the classical $45/$30/$15 Adults $25/$15/$9 Students crossover with original works and Beethoven Egmont Overture innovative arrangements that Mozart Clarinet Concerto in A showcase their technical Beethoven Symphony No. 6 in F Major virtuosity and heartfelt musicality. You'll be Thursday, June 16 amazed at what a violin, OKC Brass Quintet cello and bass can do! 11am Ambler Hall Tickets $20 Adults $9 Students From Bach to Broadway Simply Three 4

5 Mir String Quartet Mir String Quartet Mir String Quartet 2pm Ambler Hall 2pm Ambler Hall Tickets $30 Adults $9 Students Tickets $30 Adults $9 Students Daniel Ching, violin, William Fedkenheuer, violin Daniel Ching, violin, William Fedkenheuer, violin John Largess, viola, Joshua Gindele, cello John Largess, viola, Joshua Gindele, cello Beethoven String Quartet No. 11 in F Minor, Op. 95 Haydn String Quartet in D Major Op. 20, No. 4 Ginastera String Quartet No. 2, Op. 26 Beethoven String Quartet No. 12 in E Flat Major, Op. 127 Bring it Back: Heiress to Blues & Jazz Woolaroc Outdoor Concert Catherine Russell, with quintet, Bartlesville Symphony Orchestra 7:30pm Bartlesville Community Center Lauren Green, conductor $50/$40/$25 Adults $30/$25/$9 Students Caitlyn Caughell and Kennedy Caughell, guest artists Born to pioneering jazz parents, and with legendary 8pm Woolaroc Museum and Wildlife Preserve, Clyde Lake influences such as Louis Armstrong and David Bowie, $25 Adults $9 Students FREE for children 14 and under Grammy Award-winning Russell is music royalty. The 2016 OK Mozart Festival continues outdoors at Woolaroc with a pops The Wall Street Journal describes her as "one of the concert and Caitlyn Caughell and Kennedy Caughell. There will be patriotic outstanding singers of our time." She captivates marches, favorite songs from musicals, country music and all that Woolaroc has audiences across the globe and has performed at come to be known for. Fireworks top off this family-favorite, festive and wonderful Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center. evening. Call 918-336-9800 for bus transportation info (space is limited; additional Reminiscent of Ella Fitzgerald and Etta James, Russell is sure charge). to be a festival favorite. Saturday, June 18 Friday, June 17 Grand Finale: A Return Voyage from Europe to the Americas OKC Infinity Brass Octet Tulsa Symphony Orchestra, Concerts 11am Ambler Hall Daniel Hege, conductor Tickets $20 Adults $9 Students Anne-Marie McDermott, piano Concerts Featuring music of Giovanni Gabrieli 7:30pm Bartlesville Community center Half of the program is antiphonal brass $60/$40/$25 Adults $30/$20/$9 Students Mozart Overture to La clemenza di Tito Main Mendelssohn Symphony No. 5 in D Major / D Minor FestivalMain Arturo Marquez Danzon No. 2 Gershwin Rhapsody in Blue 2016 Festival Woolaroc Outdoor Concert 2016 5

6 OKM 2016 Festival Artists ANNE-MARIE MCDERMOTT Pianist Anne-Marie McDermott balances a versatile career as a soloist and collaborator. Ms. McDermott has performed with many leading orchestras including the ADAM & KIZZIE New York Philharmonic, Columbus Symphony, Seattle An Oklahoma City treasure, these talented artists met in high school where he Symphony, National Symphony, and the Houston Symphony, became a classically trained jazz pianist and she honed her vocal talent. After among many others. Ms. McDermott has toured with the graduation, they went their separate ways pursuing individual musical journeys: he Australian Chamber Orchestra and the Moscow Virtuosi. Anne-Marie McDermott traveling Europe playing jazz and she headlining Disney cruise ships. Their paths has been named the Artistic Director of the famed Vail Valley Music Festival in crossed again and they joined romantically and musically to form Adam & Kizzie. Colorado, which hosts the New York Philharmonic, the Philadelphia Orchestra and A blend of hip-hop, gospel, blues and pop, Adam & Kizzie's music is created the the Dallas Symphony in addition to presenting over 40 chamber music concerts EEDO way smack dab in the middle of musical frEEDOm. Their marriage to each throughout the summer. She is also Artistic Director of two new Festivals: The other and to their craft takes their music to a higher level. Performs June 11 Ocean Reef Chamber Music Festival and The Avila Chamber Music Celebration in Curacao. As a chamber music performer, Anne-Marie McDermott was named AMY I-LIN CHENG, PIANO an artist member of the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center in 1995 and Born in Taiwan, pianist Amy I-Lin Cheng has performs and tours extensively with CMS each season. Ms. McDermott studied appeared in recitals and music festivals across at the Manhattan School of Music with Dalmo Carra, Constance Keene and John the United States, in Germany, Switzerland, Browning. Performs June 18 Denmark, Taiwan, Brazil, and Israel. As a recital soloist, Cheng has concertized at venues such BARTLESVILLE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA as the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Merkin Lauren Green, conductor. Lauren has successfully conducted orchestras ranging Concert Hall in New York City, Weill Recital Hall in from fully professional symphonies to community and college organizations Carnegie Hall, and National Concert Hall in Taipei. An and All-State Orchestras. His guest conducting engagements have taken him avid chamber musician, Cheng is the co-artistic director of throughout Oklahoma, Michigan, Texas, Kansas, Montana and California. Most the Brightmusic Society of Oklahoma in Oklahoma City, a non-profit organization recently, he was asked to conduct the Tulsa Symphony Chamber players in presenting chamber music concerts since 2003. A graduate of The Curtis Institute the music of Stravinsky and Walton, and in June 2010, he conducted the world of Music (BM), Yale University School of Music (MM and Artist Diploma), and the premiere of The Ludwig Projecta reworking of the entire Third and Sixth New England Conservatory (DMA), Cheng's principal teachers are Claude Frank, Symphonies of Beethoven featuring the Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey and the Wha-Kyung Byun, and Rolf-Peter Wille. She has served as the head of the piano Bartlesville Symphony, performed to great acclaim at the opening concert of the area at Oklahoma City University Wanda L. Bass School of Music (06-09), and 2010 OK Mozart Festival, which was also filmed for DVD release. Performs June 17 as assistant professor of piano at Oklahoma State University (02-06). Cheng is currently on faculty at the Ann Arbor School for the Performing Arts and serves as a collaborative pianist for the University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre & Dance. Performs June 13, 14 6

7 CATHERINE RUSSELL DANIEL CHING, VIOLIN, MIR STRING QUARTET Born to pioneering jazz parents, and with legendary influences such as Louis Daniel Ching, a founding member of the Mir Quartet, began playing the violin Armstrong and David Bowie, Grammy Award-winning Russell is music royalty. The under the guidance of his father at age 3. At age 5, he entered the San Francisco Wall Street Journal describes her as "one of the outstanding singers of our time." Conservatory Preparatory Division on a full twelve-year scholarship, where he She captivates audiences across the globe and has performed at Lincoln Center, studied violin with Serban Rusu and Zaven Melikian, and chamber music with Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center. Reminiscent of Ella Fitzgerald and Etta Susan Bates. As a student at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music he studied violin James, Russell is sure to be a festival favorite. Performs June 16 with Kathleen Winkler, Roland and Almita Vamos, and conducting with Robert Spano and Peter Jaffe. He holds his M.M. from the Cleveland Institute of Music, CHAD BURROW, CLARINET where he studied with former Cleveland Quartet violinist Donald Weilerstein. He Chad Burrow has appeared as a soloist and chamber musician in concert halls also studied recording engineering and production with Thomas Knab of Telarc, and across the globe. In 2009, Chad was appointed to the clarinet faculty of the subsequently engineered the Mir Quartet's first promotional disc. Daniel serves as University of Michigan and serves as the director for the Michigan Chamber Senior Lecturer at the University of Texas at Austin. Players. Additionally, he serves as co-artistic director for the Brightmusic Society Performs June 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 of Oklahoma and is on the faculty of the Sewanee Summer Music Festival and the Alpenkammermusik Festival in Austria. Chad is the current principal clarinetist DAVID CARTER, CLARINET with the Ann Arbor Symphony and regularly performs with the Michigan Opera David Carter is Principal Clarinetist and Education Director with Tulsa Symphony. Theatre Orchestra. He is also the former principal clarinetist of the Oklahoma He is a member of the Tulsa Opera Orchestra and serves as a board member and City Philharmonic, the New Haven Symphony, Quartz Mountain Music Festival, musician with Tulsa Camerata. Previously, Carter served for five years as Assistant the Arizona Musicfest Orchestra and the past Associate Professor of Clarinet at Professor of Music (clarinet, saxophone) at the University of Arkansas Fort Smith. Oklahoma City University. Chads engagements abroad have included concerts in He has performed in the clarinet sections of many notable orchestras including Austria, Denmarks Thy Chamber Music Festival, a recital in the National Concert the Fort Smith Symphony, Oklahoma City Philharmonic, Orquesta Sinfnica de Hall in Taipei, Taiwan, concerts in Strasbourg, France and Concerto appearances la UANL (Monterrey, Mexico), and Detroit Symphony. He is a founding member with the Taichung Philharmonic, the Classic Orchestra of Taichung and the Shin of Duo Avanzando (clarinet and percussion) with whom he has performed and Sharn Ensemble in Taipei. Recent performances in the United States have included presented master classes in the United States, Brazil, and Puerto Rico. He has appearances with the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center in Alice Tully Hall, appeared as soloist with orchestra and band on works by Mozart, Mendelssohn, Chamber Music Northwest and performances on a series of Benny Goodman Rimsky-Korsakov, Corigliano, and Copland, and made his solo debut with the Tulsa centennial concerts in Carnegie Hall and Yale University. Performs June 13 Symphony in January 2016 performing Mozarts Clarinet Concerto under Principal Guest Conductor, Daniel Hege. Dr. Carter earned his DMA from the University of Oklahoma as a Graduate Alumni Fellow. He also holds a BM from the University of North Texas, an MM from The Ohio State University, and a graduate certificate Festival Artists in orchestral studies from Wayne State University (Detroit, Michigan). Carter is a Selmer Paris Artist and performs on Privilege clarinets. Performs June 15 77

8 DAVID GIACO, TROMBONE JAY WILKINSON, TRUMPET David Giaco is an alumnus of Oklahoma City University where he graduated in Jay Wilkinson is the Coordinator of Jazz Studies at the University of Oklahoma. 2012 with an MM in trombone performance. Prior to attending OCU, he attended He is a member of the Oklahoma City Philharmonic, the Lyric Theatre Orchestra, Oklahoma Baptist University for a Bachelor of Musical Arts. He currently resides in the Oklahoma City Jazz Orchestra and other smaller outfits like the Hot Club of Oklahoma City where he teaches private low brass lessons and freelances. David has Oklahoma, DCalle, and Boyd Street Brass. Wilkinson has received awards for jazz played with the Oklahoma City Philharmonic and has performed a series of recitals and classical trumpet, jazz piano, and has enjoyed professional success as a vocalist. for trombone and percussion. Performs June 17 He has worked as a composer and an arranger for local pop bands, and high school bands. He has worked on several recordings with various bands, including the GLEN HUMMEL, TRUMPET Grammy nominated Sugar Free All Stars. Most recently he was featured on the debut Glen Hummel is currently Principal Trumpet with the Plano and Irving Symphony album of Boyd Street Brass called, "Sup Sucka." Wilkinson has been a featured artist Orchestras in the Dallas area. He is a founding member of Classic Brass, a group at the Oklahoma Music Educators National Conference, with the Oklahoma City which performs recitals, children's concerts and church work throughout North Texas. Philharmonic, and at the Django Festival in Seattle, Washington. Performs June 17 Glen also performs with the Fort Worth Symphony as needed. Glen is married and has two daughters, Molly and Anna. Recreation consists of playing soccer on an JOHN P. ALLEN, TROMBONE outdoor team. Performs June 17 John P. Allen has been Principal Trombonist of the Oklahoma City Philharmonic since 2008 and Music GREGORY LEE, VIOLIN Director and Bass Trombonist of the Oklahoma City Jazz An outstanding violinist with virtuosic brilliance, Orchestra since 2012. As a faculty member of Oklahoma Gregory Lee is currently Associate Professor City Univesity, John leads the Jazz Ensemble and coaches of Violin at the University of Oklahoma chamber music. John was formerly Bass Trombonist of the and Concertmaster of the Oklahoma City Tulsa Symphony Orchestra and the Bravo Brass, has been Philharmonic. Dr. Lee holds a Degree from a member of several orchestras in Texas and California The Juilliard School where he studied with the and did a six-month stint traveling around the USA with the Glenn Miller Orchestra, renowned pedagogue Dorothy DeLay. The somewhere in the distant past. Performs June 16, 17 Sydney-born violinist started his music study at Queensland Conservatorium of Music at age of JOHN LARGESS, VIOLA, MIR STRING QUARTET 11, where he studied with Kerry Smith and later Violist John Largess began his studies in Boston at age 12 in the public schools, with Carmel Kaine, who was a Galamian-taught studying with Michael Zaretsky of the Boston Symphony, and later as a student of pedagogue. He has recorded for many Hollywood motion picture scores at 20th Michael Tree at the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia. In 1995, he graduated Century Fox, Sony/MGM, Warner Bros, Paramount and Capital Records. He spent from Yale University to join the Colorado String Quartet as interim violist with whom three years teaching at Tunghai University before coming to Oklahoma. He has given he toured the United States and Canada teaching and concertizing. The following recitals/masterclasses at the University of Iowa, Arizona State University, University of year he was appointed principal violist of the Charleston Symphony Orchestra in Kansas, Renmin University in Beijing, Shanghai Conservatory and many campuses/ South Carolina, a position he held until joining the Mir Quartet in 1997. concert halls around Taiwan among other. Performs June 13, 14, 15 Performs June 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 8

9 JONATHAN RUCK, CELLO MICHAEL ANDERSON, TRUMPET Praised for his Virtuosic command and full Michael Anderson, professor of trumpet at Oklahoma City University, is a member bodied tone, cellist Jonathan Ruck is recognized as of the International Trumpet Guild Board of Directors, and is Director of the ITG a performer and pedagogue of the highest caliber. web site. He is a member of the Oklahoma City Philharmonic, the Lyric Theater Recently appointed as Associate Professor of Cello Orchestra, The Norman Philharmonic and is a founding member and manager of the on the faculty of the University of Oklahoma School Oklahoma City Jazz Orchestra. He is also in demand as a freelance musician in the of Music, he is frequently heard in recital, chamber region. He holds degrees from Illinois State University (BM) and the University of music, and orchestral performances throughout North Nebraska-Lincoln (MM). Performs June 16, 17 America. From 2002-04, Jonathan served as the teaching assistant to Distinguished Professor Janos Starker at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music. He has MICHAEL MANN, TRUMPET also studied with Tsuyoshi Tsutsumi, Scott Tisdel, and Suzanne Hayworth. Prior Michael Mann is a freelance musician in the Oklahoma City metropolitan area to his appointment at OU, Jonathan held positions at DePauw University and performing regularly with the Oklahoma City Philharmonic, Norman Philharmonic, Hampden-Sydney College, and served as guest-teacher at the University of Illinois. and Oklahoma City Jazz Orchestra. He is an Artist-Clinician for the Vincent Bach An avid chamber musician, Jonathan Ruck was twice awarded the coveted Kuttner Company, and has served as Artist-Faculty with the National Trumpet Competition. Quartet Fellowship at Indiana University. As a member of the Dubinsky Quartet, Michael has earned degrees from The University of Oklahoma (BMA and MM) and he was a prizewinner in the Fischoff and Coleman national competitions. Recent from The University of Minnesota (DMA). Performs June 16, 17 performances include appearances on the Schneider Concerts series in New York, the Mostly Music series in Chicago, chamber music series in Vancouver, North NOEL SEALS, TROMBONE Carolina, Virginia, Wisconsin and Indiana, and at the Norfolk and Sarasota festivals. Noel Seals is originally from Tulsa, Oklahoma. Attending Oklahoma State University Jonathan performs locally with the University of Oklahoma Chamber Players, in Stillwater, he studied bass trombone under Paul Compton and has had great Oklahoma Citys Brightmusic Chamber Ensemble, and serves as principal cellist of success ranging from university-held concerto competitions to international solo the Oklahoma City Philharmonic. Performs June 13, 14, 15 and ensemble competitions. He has also had works premiered for large trombone ensemble; an arrangement of Frank Tichelis "American Elegy" and an original multi- JOSHUA GINDELE, CELLO, MIR STRING QUARTET movement work, "Paul Comptons Visit to Vatican City." Currently, Noel Seals holds Cellist Joshua Gindele, a founding member of the Mir Quartet, began his cello the position of Bass Trombone of the Oklahoma City Philharmonic Orchestra, and studies at the age of 3 playing a viola his teacher had fitted with an endpin. As cellist has done so since October of 2013. Performs June 17 for Mir, Joshua has won numerous international awards including an Avery Fisher Career Grant, the Naumburg Chamber Music Award and the Cleveland Quartet OK MOZART COLLEGE ALL-STATE ORCHESTRA Award and has shared the stage with Pinchas Zuckerman, Joshua Bell, Midori, Matt The College All-State Orchestra members are alumni of the first two high school all- Haimovitz, Eliot Fisk, Leif Ove Andnes, and The Oak Ridge Boys. He continues to state orchestras that OK Mozart presented. Many of them are majoring in music. OK perform across four continents and on some of the worlds most prestigious concert Mozart has invited them back to further their experience by performing side by side Festival Artists stages. Joshua serves as Senior Lecturer at the University of Texas at Austin Butler with the Signature Symphony at TCC. Performs June 12 School of Music where he teaches a select number of private cello students and coaches chamber music. Performs June 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 9

10 PHILIP MARTINSON, TROMBONE STEPHEN BEUS, PIANO Philip Martinson was appointed Second Trombone of the Oklahoma City As a result of winning the Juilliard School Concerto Philharmonic in 2014. He has competed successfully in several solo competitions Competition Mr. Beus made his Carnegie Hall debut including the International Trombone Association Larry Wiehe, Robert Marstellar, with the Juilliard Orchestra and James DePreist, and Gilberto Gagliardi/Weril competitions, and the American Trombone Workshops playing Prokofiev Concerto No. 3. He has also National Solo Competition. He is Instructor of Music at Saint Leo University COL, and performed as guest soloist with the Gulbenkian an Alumni Fellow at the University of Oklahoma pursuing a Doctor of Musical Arts Symphony (Lisbon), Oxford Philomusica, the Tivoli degree. www.PhilipMartinson.com. Performs June 16, 17 Symphony (Copenhagen), the Tbilisi National Opera Orchestra, the Northwest Sinfonietta (Seattle), and the Royal DR. RYAN ROBINSON, TUBA Philharmonic of Morocco (Casablanca) among others. Mr. Beus holds Dr. Ryan Robinson is currently the Instructor of Tuba & Euphonium at Oklahoma City degrees from Whitman College, The Juilliard School, and Stony Brook University. His University and is the Lead Teaching Artist at El Sistema Oklahoma for the brass and teachers have included Leonard Richter, Robert McDonald, Gilbert Kalish, Christina percussion areas. Additionally, he is the principal tubist of the Symphony of Northwest Dahl, and Paulette Richards. He currently teaches at the University of Oklahoma. For Arkansas and Lawton Philharmonic. As an active musician, Dr. Robinson performs more details, visit www.stephenbeus.com. Performs June 15 recitals and master classes across the United States and is a Buffet/Meinl Weston Performing Artist. Performs June 16 SUZANNE WAGOR, VIOLA An avid chamber musician, violist Suzanne Wagor has collaborated with numerous SIMPLY THREE artists, including members of the Tokyo String Quartet, the Nash Ensemble of The electrifying trio of Glen McDaniel, Nick Villalobos, and Zack Clark, together London, and the Peabody Trio. Suzanne holds a B.M. from the Oberlin Conservatory, known as Simply Three, has been captivating audiences worldwide with high-octane an M.M. from the Juilliard School, a Performance Diploma in Orchestral Training performances since 2010. Acclaimed as having what it takes (Boston Philharmonic) from the Guildhall School of Music, with additional chamber music studies at the and highly imaginative and well played (Maine Today), Simply Three continues to San Francisco Conservatory of Music. A native of Iowa, Suzanne made her concerto receive praise for their ability to impress listeners with a multitude of genres that debut at the age of 15 with the Cedar Rapids Symphony Orchestra, and she has twice span from Puccini and Gershwin to artists such as Adele, Coldplay, and Michael been a finalist of the American String Teachers Association Jackson. With an ever-growing online popularity, Simply Three is creating a renewed National Competition. Suzanne is a founding member excitement for instrumental music through inventive music videos that have captured of Five Seasons Chamber Music, and performs the hearts of millions of YouTube viewers across the globe. Their quest to look beyond regularly in New York City and internationally. the scope of possibility has led them to collaborate with some of the worlds most Performs June 14 creative musicians, including Kellindo Parker (Janelle Mone) and Jeff Smith (M-Pact), in hopes of creating a new, fresh genesis for string playing. Performs June 14 10

11 TULSA SIGNATURE SYMPHONY AT TCC is widely recognized as one of Americas finest conductors, earning critical acclaim Andrs Franco, conductor, recently named Music Director of the Signature for his fresh interpretations of the standard repertoire and for his commitment Symphony at TCC and Assistant Conductor of the Pittsburgh Symphony to creative programming. He served for 11 seasons as the Music Director of the Orchestra, has established himself as a conductor to watch. Mr. Francos 2014- Syracuse Symphony and in June 2009 was appointed Music Director of the Wichita 15 highlights included subscription debuts with the Columbus and Fort Worth Symphony. In addition, he is the Principal Guest Conductor of the Tulsa Symphony. symphony orchestras, as well as return engagements with the Houston and Performs June 15, 18 Saint Louis symphonies. In 2015-16, he will make subscription debuts with the Chicago Sinfonietta and the Saginaw Bay Symphony Orchestra, and will return to WILLIAM FEDKENHEUER, VIOLIN, MIR STRING QUARTET conduct the Corpus Christi and Fort Worth symphony orchestras. A frequent guest Winner of the Lincoln Center Martin E. Segal Award, violinist William Fedkenheuer conductor in the U.S., Europe, and South America, Andrs Franco has appeared has distinguished himself as a versatile artist with international performances as with the Elgin, El Paso, Eugene, Lake Forest, Mississippi, Springfield, and Stockton soloist, chamber, and orchestral musician. Williams touring in the United States has symphony orchestras, the Orquesta Sinfnica de Castilla y Len/Spain, and the included performances at The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, Carnegie National Symphony Orchestra/Peru among others. Festival appearances include Hall Presents, San Francisco Performances, and the National Gallery. Abroad, he the Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music, the Oregon Bach Festival, and has performed at the American Academy in Rome, Fountainbleu, Spoleto Festival of the Wintergreen Music Festival in Virginia. Mr. Franco formerly served as Music Two Worlds, the Taipei National University of the Arts, and in Austria at the famed Director of the Philharmonia of Kansas City (2004-2010), as Associate and Resident Esterhazy Castle for the Haydn Festival in Eisenstadt. Performs June 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 Conductor of the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra (2009-2014), and as Leonard Slatkins Assistant Conductor during the 14th Van Cliburn International Piano Competition (2013). A native of Colombia, Andrs Franco is dedicated to preserving and performing the music of the Americas. As Principal Conductor of Caminos del Inka, he has led many performances of Latin American music by composers of our time, such as Jimmy Lpez, Gabriela Frank, and the popular Argentine composer, Astor Piazzolla. Performs June 12 TULSA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Daniel Hege, conductor. Following a nationwide search, Mr. Hege was named Music Director of the Syracuse Symphony Orchestra in April 1999. In June 2001, he completed a five year tenure with the Baltimore Symphony where he held the titles of Assistant, Associate and Resident Conductor and led the orchestra in subscription, family and run-out concerts. Mr. Hege also served as Associate Conductor of the Kansas Festival Artists City Symphony, Assistant Conductor of the Pacific Symphony, Music Director of the Encore Chamber Orchestra in Chicago and Music Director of the Chicago Youth Symphony where he was twice honored by the League of American Orchestras for innovative programming. Daniel 11

12 OKM 2016 OPENING DAY CELEBRATION Festival Calendar SATURDAY, JUNE 11 7:30am - 9am F un Run & 5K at Prairie Song $25 Main Concerts & Events labeled in red The 2016 OKM Festival kicks off with full morning of family fun beginning with a Showcase Events labeled in gray fun run or 5K along the beautiful natural terrain of the ranch a trail that starts and ends at the Village at Prairie Song. PRE-FESTIVAL EVENTS Especially for kids! The Bartlesville Public Library is offering programs 9am - 2 pmOpening Day Celebration at Prairie Song F celebrating OK Mozart with musically oriented stories and art designed for The festivities continue with a day full of family fun including a tour of Prairie Songs children. Bring your elementary age kids for a fun-tastic hour that will forever historically recreated 1800s Old West town, live music by Corky Davis & Cowboy change the way they hear music. Events are limited to 40 participants and are Swing and the Ad Lib Singers, pony rides, a magic show, petting zoo, branding recommended for ages pre-K to 5th grade. Reservations required. irons, falconry & sheep dog demos, wagon rides, and more. Breakfast, lunch and snacks will be available for purchase throughout the event. Specific events scheduled below; other events available throughout the day. Admission is FREE! TUESDAY, JUNE 7 10-11am Library Special: Kids, Art, Music Strauss L F RES 9-10am Greetings & National Anthem & Oklahoma! BARN 11am-Noon Library Special: Kids, Art, Music Mozart L F RES 10-10:30am Sheep Dog Demonstration ARENA 2-3pm Dancing with the Stars: Miguel & Mozart L (UR) F RES 10:30-11:15am Corky Davis & Cowboy Swing-Western Swing BARN 11:15-11:45am Trick Roping ARENA THURSDAY, JUNE 9 11:45am-12:30pm Ad Lib Singers Go Cowboy! BARN 2-3pm Musical Prize Fights: Beethoven vs. Gershwin L (UR) F RES 12:30-1pm Sheep Dog Demonstration ARENA 1-1:45pm The Amazing Dave May, Magic! BARN FRIDAY, JUNE 10 3-5pm Painting at Hopestone: Strauss HS $45 RES 10-11am Library Special: Mozart German Dances L F RES 8:30pm-1am A Visit to the Moon & Stars BCC (bus) $20 RES 11am-Noon Library Special: Kids, Art, Music Brahms L F RES 6pm Opening Night Celebration with Adam & Kizzie Bartlesville Community Center ADAM & KIZZIE: FREE ADMISSION to hear Adam & Kizzie on the main stage at the Bartlesville Community Center. Join us for a great night of musical frEEDOm brought to you by one of Oklahoma Citys favorite duos who performs blues, hip-hop, gospel, soul & jazz at its very best! AH: Ambler Hall, 415 S Dewey: parking in RSU lot BCC: Bartlesville Community Center, 300 Adams Blvd FPC: First Presbyterian Church, 505 SE Dewey $: Admission BHM: Bartlesville History Museum, 401 S Johnstone PT: Price Tower, 510 S Dewey Especially for kids BFC: Bartlesville First Church United Methodist, L: Bartlesville Public Library, 600 S Johnstone F: FREE 4715 Price Rd 12

13 SUNDAY, JUNE 12 11am-2pm An Elegant Brunch Buffet $15 RES 2pm A Musical Voyage from the Americas to Europe: A World of Brilliant Sound 11am-Noon Mozart Sunday FPC F The Signature Symphony at TCC, Andrs Franco, conductor, 11:15am-Noon Clarinet Candy BCC F and the OK Mozart College All-State Orchestra. 12:15-1:15pm Music with a Latin Flavor BCC F Bartlesville Commmunity Center, $45/$30/$15 Adults $25/$15/$9 Students 1:30-1:50pm Pre-Concert Interview (w/main event ticket) BCC F Miguel Harth-Bedoya Vice-Royal Music from Peru 2-4pm A Musical Voyage from the Americas to Europe: BCC $9-$45 Mozart Six German Dances A World of Brilliant Sound Johann Strauss Overture to the Gypsy Baron 8:30pm A Visit to the Moon & Stars [Rain Date] BCC (bus) $20 RES Brahms Symphony No. 4 MONDAY, JUNE 13 6:30-9am Birds, Boots & Breakfast BCC (bus) $20 RES 11am Brightmusic Chamber Ensemble 8:30-10:30am Musical Breakfast Buffet BCC $7 Gregory Lee, violin Amy I-Lin Cheng, piano 9am-6pm Carolyn Mock MOC F Chad Burrow, clarinet Jonathan Ruck, cello 9-9:45am The River Cross Ramblers, Bluegrass BCC F Ambler Hall, $20 Adults $9 Students 10-11am La Quinta Mansion Tour OKWU F RES Schubert Fantasy in C for Violin and Piano 10-11am Fran Stallings: Stories for Kids L(UR) F RES Zemlinsky Trio in a minor for Clarinet, Cello and Piano 10:15-11am And the Beat Goes On: Keyboard Percussion BCC F 11am-Noon Brightmusic Chamber Ensemble AH $9-$20 RES 2pm Mir String Quartet 11:30 am-12:30pm The Dirty Dozen, Plus One L(UR) F/RES Daniel Ching, violin William Fedkenheuer, violin 12-1pm Sing Along with Narnie BCC F John Largess, viola Joshua Gindele, cello 12:30-1:30pm Stone Lion Puppet Theatre: Stella Luna OKWU $6 RES Ambler Hall, $30 Adults $9 Students 1-2pm Scandals In Music PT F RES Beethoven String Quartet No. 10, Op. 74 Harp 1:30-2:30pm A Sound of Heaven-Harps! BCC F Brahms String Quartet No. 1 in c minor, Op. 51 2-3:30pm Chamber Music: Mir String Quartet AH $9-$30 RES 3-4pm Art & More in BCC Architecture BCC (lobby) F RES 7pm A Gala Ballroom Dance 3:30-4:30pm Photography & the Art of Seeing BCC F Signature Symphony Dance Band 3:30-4:30pm Stone Lion Puppet Theatre: Stella Luna OKWU $6 RES Hillcrest Country Club, $150 per person, Formal attire 3:30-4:30pm Discovering Your Roots: L F RES A Very Personal Detective Story Calendar 4-6pm High Tea at the Tower OKWU $50 RES Festival Calendar 7-10pm A Gala Ballroom Dance HCC $150 RES L(UR): Bartlesville Public Library Upper Room, 600 S Johnstone HS: Hopestone, 120B Frank Phillips Blvd RES: Reservations are always suggested for Festival MOC: Mock Studio, 3691 SE Washington Blvd OKWU: Oklahoma Wesleyan University, 2201 Silver Lake Rd free and paid events, however, if marked HCC: Hillcrest Country Club, 1901 Price Rd RES, ticket(s) are REQUIRED 13 13

14 TUESDAY, JUNE 14 6:30-9am By Dawns Early Light! $20 RES 11am Brightmusic Chamber Ensemble 8:30-10:30am Musical Breakfast Buffet BCC $7 Gregory Lee, violin Suzanne Wagor, viola 9-9:45am The New Tulsans Gospel Quartet BCC F Amy I-Lin Cheng, piano Jonathan Ruck, cello 9am-6pm Carolyn Mock MOC F Ambler Hall, $20 Adults $9 Students 10-11am Stone Lion Puppet Theatre: OKWU $6 RES Mozart Quartet for Piano and Strings in g minor Its a Jungle Out There Brahms Quartet No. 1 for Piano and Strings in g minor 10-10:45am Jonathan Roll, Baritone BCC F 10:30-11:15am Scandals in Art PT F RES 2pm Mir String Quartet 11am-Noon Fran Stallings: Stories for Kids L(UR) F RES Daniel Ching, violin William Fedkenheuer, violin 11am-Noon Brightmusic Chamber Ensemble AH $9-$20 RES John Largess, viola Joshua Gindele, cello 11:30 am-12:30pm Pro Musica Tulsae, Early Music Ensemble BCC F Ambler Hall, $30 Adults $9 Students 12:30-1:30pm Library Special: Kids, Art, Music Mozart L F RES Brahms String Quartet No. 2 in a minor, Op. 51 1-1:45pm Secret Lives of the Great Composers PT F RES Beethoven String Quartet No. 16 in F major, OP. 135 1-3pm Kids! Pizza, Pop & Paint at Hopestone HS $20 RES 1:15-2pm Lennie Baker BCC F 7:30pm An Evening with the Crossover Kings: Simply Three 1:30-2:30pm Library Special: Kids, Art, Music Beethoven L F RES Bartlesville Community Center, $35/$25/$15 Adults $25/$15/$9 Students 2-3pm Musical Prize Fights Beethoven vs. Gershwin L(UR) F RES 2-3:30pm Chamber Music: Mir String Quartet AH $9-$30 RES 3:15-4pm Dumb & Dumber: BCC F RES SIMPLY THREE: Laws that Shouldnt Oughta Be! This stellar ensemble performs genres 4-5pm Mozarts World: Science! PT F RES that span from Puccini and Gershwin to artists such as Adele, Coldplay, and 4:30-5:30pm Wade Daniel: Tickling the Ivories BCC F Michael Jackson. By reshaping 5-6pm Fran Stallings: Women Behaving Badly PT F RES convention through this style of 6-7pm Founders Chorus: The Joy of Barbershop BCC F RES genre hopping, the trio continues 7-7:20 Pre-Concert Interview, Main Stage (w/event ticket) BCC F to seek the true essence of classical 7:30-9:30pm An Evening with the Crossover Kings: BCC $9-$35 RES crossover with original works as well Simply Three as innovative arrangements that 9:30-10:30pm After Hours at the Tower PT $50 RES showcase their technical virtuosity and heartfelt musicality. Youll be amazed at what a violin, cello and bass can do! AH: Ambler Hall, 415 S Dewey: parking in RSU lot BCC: Bartlesville Community Center, 300 Adams Blvd FPC: First Presbyterian Church, 505 SE Dewey $: Admission BHM: Bartlesville History Museum, 401 S Johnstone PT: Price Tower, 510 S Dewey Especially for kids BFC: Bartlesville First Church United Methodist, L: Bartlesville Public Library, 600 S Johnstone F: FREE 4715 Price Rd 14

15 WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15 8:30-10:30am Musical Breakfast Buffet BCC $7 11am OKC String Trio 9-10:30am Cherokee Avenue Walk BCC (lobby) F RES Gregory Lee, violin Suzanne Wagor, viola 9-10am Suzanne Ortiz & Her Marvelous Flute BCC F Amy I-Lin Cheng, piano Jonathan Ruck, cello 9am 6pm Carolyn Mock MOC F Ambler Hall, $20 Adults $9 Students 10am-1:30pm A Bruce Goff Experience PT (bus) $50 RES Beethoven Trio Op. 1 in E Flat 10:30-11:15am Mozarts World: Religion L(UR) F RES Arensky Trio No. 1 in d minor 11am-Noon OKC String Trio AH $9-$20 RES 11am-Noon And the Beat Goes On! BCC F 2pm Mir String Quartet 11:30-12:30am Mozarts World: Law PT F RES Daniel Ching, violin William Fedkenheuer, violin 12-1pm Kirk Bells: How Sweet the Sound! FPC F John Largess, viola Joshua Gindele, cello 12:30-1:30pm The River Cross Ramblers, Bluegrass BCC F Ambler Hall, $30 Adults $9 Students 1-2pm Scandals In Music PT F RES Ginastera String Quartet No.1, Op. 20 1:15-2pm Reading Antiquitys Diary L(UR) F RES Brahms String Quartet No. 3 in B flat major, Op. 67 2-3:30pm Chamber Music: Mir String Quartet AH $9-$30 RES 2-3pm The New Tulsans Gospel Quartet BCC F 7:30pm Classical Gold: Visionary Masterpieces 3-5pm Painting at Hopestone: Beethoven HS $45 RES The Tulsa Symphony Orchestra Daniel Hege, conductor David Carter, clarinet 3-4pm Everyday Heroes: Into the Flames! F RES Bartlesville Community Center 3-4pm Art & More in BCC Architecture BCC (lobby) F RES $45/$30/$15 Adults $25/$15/$9 Students 3:30-4:30pm A Man, His Guitars & His Music BCC F Beethoven Egmont Overture 3:30-4:30pm Scandals in Architecture PT F RES Mozart Clarinet Concerto in A 4:30-5:30pm Dumb & Dumber: L(UR) F RES Beethoven Symphony No. 6 in F Major Laws that Shouldnt Oughta Be! 5-5:45pm Clarinet Candy BCC F 4-5pm Mozarts World: Science! PT F RES 5:30-6:30pm Fran Stallings: Women Behaving Badly PT F RES 6-6:45pm Council Oak Mens Chorale BCC F RES 7-7:20pm Pre-Concert Interview, Main Stage (w/ticket) BCC F 7:30-9:30pm Classical Gold: BCC $9-$45 RES Visionary Masterpieces with David Carter Festival Calendar L(UR): Bartlesville Public Library Upper Room, 600 S Johnstone HS: Hopestone, 120B Frank Phillips Blvd RES: Reservations are always suggested for MOC: Mock Studio, 3691 SE Washington Blvd OKWU: Oklahoma Wesleyan University, 2201 Silver Lake Rd free and paid events, however, if marked HCC: Hillcrest Country Club, 1901 Price Rd RES, ticket(s) are REQUIRED 15

16 THURSDAY, JUNE 16 8:30-10:30am Musical Breakfast Buffet BCC $7 9-9:45am Lennie Baker: Rockin the Blues BCC F 9am-6pm Carolyn Mock MOC F 9:30-Noon Double J Horse Ranch Tour & More BCC (bus) $20 RES 10-11am One Room School Demo BHM F RES 10-11am Everyday Heroes: That Thin Blue Line L(UR) F RES Catherine Russell 10-10:45am Ad Lib Singers BCC F 10:30-11:30am Scandals in Art PT F RES 11am OKC Brass Quintet 11am-Noon Chamber Music: OKC Brass Quintet AH $9-$20 RES Ambler Hall, $20 Adults $9 Students 11:30 am-12:30pm Mozarts World: Law PT F RES From Bach to Broadway 12:30-1:30pm Wade Daniel: Tickling the Ivories BCC F 1-2pm Mozarts World: Science L(UR) F RES 2pm Mir String Quartet 2-3:30pm Chamber Music: Mir String Quartet AH $9-$30 RES Daniel Ching, violin William Fedkenheuer, violin 2-3pm Jonathan Roll, Baritone BCC F John Largess, viola Joshua Gindele, cello 3-4pm Europe Through the Eyes of Mozart, Mendelssohn & More PT F RES Ambler Hall, $30 Adults $9 Students 3-4pm Everyday Heroes: Emergency Medicine L(UR) F RES Beethoven String Quartet No. 11 in f minor, Op. 95 3:30-4:30pm Pro Musica Tulsae, Early Music Ensemble BCC F RES Ginastera String Quartet No. 2, Op. 26 4-6pm A Princess Tea OKWU $8 RES 5-6pm Those 2: A Tribute to Gershwin BCC F 7:30pm Bring it Back: Heiress to Blues & Jazz: Catherine Russell 6-7pm Darell Christopher & The Ingredients: Bringin the Blues BCC F Bartlesville Community Center 7:30-9:30pm Bring it Back: Heiress to Blues & Jazz: BCC $9-$50 RES $50/$40/$25 Adults $30/$25/$9 Students Catherine Russell CATHERINE RUSSELL: Born to pioneering jazz parents, and with legendary influences such as Louis Armstrong and David Bowie, Grammy Award-winning Russell is music royalty. The Wall Street Journal describes her as "one of the outstanding singers of our time." She captivates audiences across the globe and has performed at Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center. Reminiscent of Ella Fitzgerald and Etta James, Russell is sure to be a festival favorite. AH: Ambler Hall, 415 S Dewey: parking in RSU lot BCC: Bartlesville Community Center, 300 Adams Blvd FPC: First Presbyterian Church, 505 SE Dewey $: Admission BHM: Bartlesville History Museum, 401 S Johnstone PT: Price Tower, 510 S Dewey Especially for kids BFC: Bartlesville First Church United Methodist, L: Bartlesville Public Library, 600 S Johnstone F: FREE 4715 Price Rd 16

17 FRIDAY, JUNE 17 8:30-10:30am Musical Breakfast Buffet BCC $7 11am OKC Brass Quintet 9am-6pm Carolyn Mock MOC F Ambler Hall, $20 Adults $9 Students 9:30-10:30am A Man, His Guitars & His Music BCC F Featuring music of Giovanni Gabrieli 9:30-10:30 Library Special: Kids, Art, Music-Mendelssohn L F RES Half of the program is antiphonal Brass 9:30-Noon Butler & Kane Cattle Ranches Tour BCC $20 RES 10-11am Nellie Johnstone Well, Up Close & Personal BCC $ RES 2pm Mir String Quartet 10:30-11:30am Poland: Living on Both Sides L(UR) F RES Daniel Ching, violin William Fedkenheuer, violin 11am-Noon Trio Antiqua BCC F John Largess, viola Joshua Gindele, cello 11am-Noon La Quinta Mansion Tour OKWU F RES Ambler Hall, $30 Adults $9 Students 11am-Noon Chamber Music: OKC Infinity Brass Octet AH $9-$20 RES Haydn String Quartet in D major Op. 20, No. 4 11:30-12:30pm Library Special: Kids, Art, Music Gershwin L F RES Beethoven String Quartet No. 12 in E flat major, Op. 127 12:30-1:30pm Council Oak Mens Chorale BCC F 2-3pm Magic! Magic! Magic! OKWU $4 RES 8pm Woolaroc Outdoor Concert 2-3pm Scandals in Architecture PT F RES The Bartlesville Symphony Orchestra, Lauren Green, conductor 2-3:30pm Chamber Music: Mir String Quartet AH $9-$30 RES with guest artist 2:30-3:30pm Reading Antiquitys Diary L(UR) F RES Woolaroc Wildlife Preserve, Clyde Lake 3-5pm Painting at Hopestone: Gershwin HS $45 RES $25 Adults $9 students, FREE for children 14 and under 3:30-4:30pm Suzanne Ortiz & Her Marvelous Flute BCC F Gates open at 5:30pm Concert begins at 8pm 3:30-4:30pm The Dirty Dozen, Plus One L/UR F/RES Bus transportation available for $15 (not included in ticket price) 5:30-10pm Woolaroc Outdoor Concert $ RES WOOLAROC OUTDOOR CONCERT: The 2016 Festival continues outdoors at Woolaroc with a pops concert and guest artists Caitlyn Caughell and Kennedy Caughell. There will be patriotic marches, favorite songs from musicals, country music and all that Woolaroc has come to be known for. Fireworks top off this festive and wonderful evening. Limited bus transportation is available for an additional cost of $15 and will leave from the Bartlesville Community Center at 6pm. Bus transportation is not included in event ticket price and must be purchased separately in advance and are available until sold out. Call 918-336-9800 for additional information. Festival Calendar L(UR): Bartlesville Public Library Upper Room, 600 S Johnstone HS: Hopestone, 120B Frank Phillips Blvd RES: Reservations are always suggested for MOC: Mock Studio, 3691 SE Washington Blvd OKWU: Oklahoma Wesleyan University, 2201 Silver Lake Rd free and paid events, however, if marked HCC: Hillcrest Country Club, 1901 Price Rd RES, reservations are REQUIRED 17

18 SATURDAY, JUNE 18 6:30-9am Bird Watching in the Bush BCC $20 RES 8:30-10:30am Musical Breakfast Buffet BCC $7 9:30-10:30am Trio Antiqua BCC F 10-11am Magic! Magic! Magic! OKWU $4 RES 10:30-11:30am Secret Lives of the Great Composers PT F RES 11am-Noon Corky Davis & Cowboy Swing-Western Swing BCC F 11am-Noon Price Tower Tour PT $ (pay at door) RES 11am-2pm Tracking the Hollywood A-List through The Ville BCC $50 RES 11:30am-12:30pm Europe Through the Eyes of Mozart, Mendelssohn & More PT F RES 12:30-1:30pm Those 2: A Tribute to Gershwin BCC F Grand Finale 2-3pm Founders Chorus: The Joy of Barbershop BCC F 7:30pm A Return Voyage from Europe to the Americas 2-3pm Price Tower Tour PT $ (pay at door) RES The Tulsa Symphony Orchestra, Daniel Hege, conductor 2-3pm Photography & the Art of Seeing L(UR) F RES Anne-Marie McDermott, piano 3-4pm Art & More in the Bartlesville Community Center BCC (lobby) F RES Bartlesville Community Center 3-4pm Poland: Living on Both Sides L(UR) F RES $60/$40/$25 Adults $30/$20/$9 Students 3:30-4:15pm Tulsa Metro Sound, Lady Barbershop BCC F Mozart Overture to La clemenza di Tito 3:30-4:30pm Magic! Magic! Magic! OKWU $4 RES Mendelssohn Symphony No. 5 in D Major D Minor 4-5pm Price Tower Tour PT $ (pay at door) RES Arturo Marquez Danzon No.2 4-5pm Mozarts World: Religion L(UR) F RES Gershwin Rhapsody in Blue 4:30-5:30pm Trio Antiqua BCC F RES 6-7pm Darell Christopher & The Ingredients: Bringin the Blues BCC F 7-7:20pm Pre-Concert Interview, Main Stage (w/ticket) BCC F 7:30-9:30pm Grand Finale: BCC $9-$60 RES A Return Voyage from Europe to the Americas POST-FESTIVAL EVENTS SUNDAY, JUNE 19 8:30 & 11am Mozart Sunday-A Jazz Service at First Church BFC F See legend at the bottom of the previous page to reference locations and icons. RES = ticket(s) required. 18

19 OKM 2016 Showcase Events A wide variety of colorful, historical, entertaining daytime events complement the schedule of evening concerts, making festival week one that is full of inspiring cultural activities for all tastes. Most are FREE; some involve a minimal charge. In the abbreviated listing of events, where indicated, tickets are required - even for FREE events. If not indicated in the description, a ticket is not necessary. All of the evening concerts on the main stage at the BCC, and the Chamber Series events at Ambler Hall are ticketed events. A BRUCE GOFF EXPERIENCE A SOUND OF HEAVEN - HARPS! The fame of Frank Lloyd Wright's architecture reigns unchallenged. But another architect So you think you like harp music?! How about we multiply your pleasure x 10! You do not of amazing talent and fame made himself known right here in Bartlesville! Learn all about want to miss this glorious performance by 10 of God's own favorite instruments! Bruce Goff, followed by a tour of Goff office space, a bus tour of 5 sites, and a sumptuous Monday, June 13 1:30pm luncheon. Tour begins at Price Tower at 10am promptly! Bartlesville Community Center FREE Wednesday, June 15 10:00am - 1:30pm Price Tower $50 / Ticket(s) required A VISIT TO THE MOON & STARS Join members of the Bartlesville Astronomy Club for a "dark sky" visit to the heavens. The A MAN, HIS GUITARS & HIS MUSIC! bus will load at 8:30pm (don't be late!), and will take you to a dark sky area where you When Doug Simpson took a guitar in hand at age 4, it was love at first touch! And when will be aided in identifying craters and mountains of the moon, followed by the viewing of you hear him strum those strings, you will truly hear the sound of love! His artistic genius several planets, along with learning to identify a number of summertime constellations! and soul shine through with each note and chord. Through his delightful use of "over- Saturday, June 11 8:30pm; Rain date: Sunday, June 12 at 8:30pm dubbing" he becomes for the listener an entire guitar ensemble! You enjoy his music Bartlesville Community Center (bus) $20 / Ticket(s) required with Pam Hughes as Those 2, and you will be charmed by this man and his guitars! CD's available for purchase in the gift shop. AD LIB SINGERS Wednesday, June 15 3:30pm & Friday, June 17 9:30am Founded in 1994, this lively group of music lovers will amuse and entertain with show Bartlesville Community Center FREE tunes, gospel, patriotic music, and more. The term ad libitum which means at will aptly describes their approach. Should the audience think they hear a mistake, rest assured, A PRINCESS TEA they never make a mistakethey simply ad lib. The pleasure of your company is requested. Put on your prettiest party dress and gloves, Saturday, June 11 11:45am at Prairie Song Opening Celebration FREE and bring your mommy to this very special tea at the La Quinta Mansion! You won't need Thursday, June 16 at 10am Bartlesville Community Center FREE a hat, as tiaras will be provided. You will be seated at an elegant table, and served only the Showcase Events most regal of refreshments, while being serenaded by music suitable for royalty! AFTER HOURS AT THE TOWER: A PAIRING OF CHOCOLATE & WINE Thursday, June 16 4 - 6pm After a delightful concert with Simply Three, plan for a great finish to your evening with OKWU, La Quinta Mansion $8 / Ticket(s) required three simply elegant taste samplers at Price Tower's Copper Bar serving the very best cheese, wine and chocolate. Learn how to pair these three "gifts from the gods!" Tuesday, June 14 at 9:30pm Price Tower $50 / Ticket(s) required 19 19

20 AN ELEGANT BRUNCH BUFFET BIRDWATCHING IN THE BUSH Join us at the BCC for a tasty and varied menu, coupled with a delightful variety of music The second of two nature trek and bird watching adventures, this one in a different setting the stage for our opening concert. Cash bar available for those who would like location, begins in the BCC parking lot where you will board a bus to be driven to an champagne or a mimosa. undisclosed location. Wear your hiking gear as SUTTON ornithologist Don Wolfe leads Sunday, June 12 at 11am - 2pm Bartlesville Community Center $15 you through wilderness areas in search of elusive Oklahoma wildlife and birds. Your morning will be topped off with a tasty (and musical!) breakfast at the BCC. Bus leaves AND THE BEAT GOES ON: KEYBOARD PERCUSSION the BCC at 6:30am promptly! It may not be "politically correct" but this young legislator, Travis Dunlap, and his friends will Saturday, June 18 6:30am add a distinctly jazzy flavor to the 2016 OK Mozart Festival! Bartlesville Community Center Cost: $20 / Ticket(s) required Monday, June 13 10:15am & Wednesday, June 15 11:00am Bartlesville Community Center FREE BUTLER & KANE RANCHES BUS TOUR: SOMETHING DIFFERENT Cattle ranching, as many know, is quite varied in its methods. Breeding operations are ART & MORE IN BCC ARCHITECTURE challenging, as the quality of offspring depends on the parents. A visit to the Butler & Gain a new appreciation for the artistic brilliance of the Bartlesville Community Center, Kane Ranches will give you insight into a "brave new world" of guaranteeing quality designed by Frank Lloyd Wright's protge William Wesley Peters. Tour guide, Nan breeding and tasty steaks! Morrison, will help you see details about the BCC you may have never before noticed. Friday, June 17 9:30am - Noon Monday, June 13; Wednesday, June 15; or Saturday, June 18 3pm Bartlesville Community Center (bus) $20 / Ticket(s) required Bartlesville Community Center FREE / Ticket(s) required BY DAWN'S EARLY LIGHT! BIRDS, BOOTS & BREAKFAST In this early morning trip, Jerry Poppenhouse will lead eager photographers as they The first of two nature trek and bird watching adventures begins at the BCC parking lot capture the rugged beauty of the Osage Hills State Park. Using skills learned in the Art where you will board a bus to be driven to an undisclosed location. Wear your hiking gear of Seeing event, they will also be able to photograph a mountain man dressed as he as SUTTON ornithologist Dan Reinking leads you through wilderness areas in search of appeared before statehood. This deeper look into the art of photography ends back at some elusive Oklahoma wildlife and birds. Your morning will be topped off with a tasty (and the BCC with a tasty breakfast and delightful music. The bus leaves the BCC parking lot musical!) breakfast at the BCC. Bus leaves the BCC at 6:30am promptly! at 6:30am sharp! Monday, June 13 6:30 - 9am Tuesday, June 14 6:30 - 9am Bartlesville Community Center Cost: $20 / Ticket(s) required Bartlesville Community Center (bus) $20 / Ticket(s) required CAROLYN MOCK STUDIO For Western and wildlife art lovers, witness artist Carolyn Mock at work bringing to life an amazing slice of nature. After viewing her studio displays at Mock Studio, take a seat and enjoy complimentary tea and cookies as you visit with the artist. Monday, June 13 through Friday, June 17 9am-6pm Mock Studio, 3691 SE Washington Boulevard FREE 20

21 CHEROKEE AVENUE WALKING TOUR DARELL CHRISTOPHER & THE INGREDIENTS: BRINGIN' THE BLUES! Learn about the lives of oil pioneers and other prominent early leaders of Bartlesville on Winners of the 12th Annual Blues Challenge at Cain's Ballroom in 2015, and semi-finalists this special guided tour of the grand old homes of Cherokee Avenue. Wear comfortable in the International Blues Challenge in Nashville (only the 2nd Oklahoma band to do so in walking shoes and bring bottled water with you! 13 years!) their music will amaze you, guaranteeing you'll become a lifelong fan! Wednesday, June 15 9 - 10:45am Thursday, June 16 6pm & Saturday, June 18 6pm Bartlesville Community Center (lobby) FREE / Ticket(s) required Bartlesville Community Center FREE CLARINET CANDY DISCOVERING YOUR ROOTS: A VERY PERSONAL DETECTIVE STORY What did Scott Joplin, Duke Ellington and Mozart have in common? They loved the sound Have you ever wished you knew more about the people without whom you simply of the clarinet! You, too, will enjoy its dulcet sounds, as this talented clarinet quartet wouldn't be? Perhaps you know a little about your grandparents, where they lived when performs a wide variety of music from classical to jazz. you were small, but very little else. Here's an opportunity to delve into your own personal Sunday, June 12 11:15am - Noon & Wednesday, June 15 5:00 - 5:45pm detective story. Bartlesville Community Center FREE Monday, June 13 3:30pm Bartlesville Public Library (Meeting Room B) FREE / Ticket(s) required CORKY DAVIS & COWBOY SWING WESTERN SWING AT ITS BEST! DOUBLE J HORSE RANCH TOUR & MORE George Strait, Bob Wills, Asleep at the Wheelall these and many more will be celebrated Sharon Jeffco, world show judge, will lead you through this breeding and training facility, in this foot-stompin', knee slappin' good time! CDs available for purchase in the OK Mozart where you will witness reining, cutting, dressage and more! Enjoy watching these athletes Gift Shop. in action, while learning facts you never knew about horses in general, and quarter horses Saturday, June 11 10:30am at Prairie Song Opening Celebration FREE in particular! The bus leaves the BCC at 9:30am sharp. Saturday, June 18 11am at the Bartlesville Community Center FREE Thursday, June 16 9:30am - Noon Bartlesville Community Center (bus) $20 / Ticket(s) required COUNCIL OAK MEN'S CHORALE A blend of harmonies from Broadway show tunes and more! DUMB & DUMBER: LAWS THAT SHOULDN'T OUGHTA BE! Wednesday, June 15 6:00pm & Friday, June 18 12:30pm "No whale carcasses allowed within the city limits of Durant, Oklahoma!" Wait. What? Yep! Bartlesville Community Center FREE That's the law. Chief Tom Holland will share a few more of these jewels on the law books. Tuesday, June 14 3:15pm at BCC & Wednesday, June 15 4:30pm at L(UR) CZARIST RUSSIA TO TULSA, OKLAHOMA FREE / Reservations requested Born in 1888, Louis Kerbel grew up in the Ukraine and became a founding member of the Jewish Defense League (JDL) in Odessa during the pogroms of 1905. Time spent with the Showcase Events Black Sea Fleet, the Army of the Czar, and smuggling JDL weapons hidden in boots kept him in the teeth of danger until he emigrated to the US and came to Tulsa in 1914. Once settled in Tulsa, he opened, what else? a shoe store! Joe Todd will keep you riveted to your seat as he brings to life this amazing story. Friday, June 17 1:30pm Bartlesville Public Library (UR) FREE / Ticket(s) required; space is limited 21

22 EUROPE THROUGH THE EYES OF MOZART, MENDELSSOHN & MORE EVERYDAY HEROES: THAT THIN BLUE LINE Join Dr. Darek Jarmola as he leads a journey through areas of Europe familiar to Mozart, To protect and to serve! Meet Chief of Police Tom Holland, and learn about the rigorous Mendelssohn, Brahms and other great composers whose music we enjoy during the training and high standards that are required of these brave men and women who stand festival. Imagine with Dr. Jarmola how these beautiful locations might have inspired their between us and anarchy. What does a typical day look like in the life of our men and creativity and imagination. Learn about when, where and why many of their compositions women in blue, and how do they prepare for those moments when life and death hang in were written. the balance. Thursday, June 16 3pm & Saturday, June 18 11:30am Thursday, June 16 10am Price Tower Media Room FREE / Ticket(s) required Bartlesville Public Library (UR) FREE / Reservations requested EVERYDAY HEROES: INTO THE FLAMES! FOUNDERS CHORUS: THE JOY OF BARBERSHOP Help! Fire! What do these words conjure up in your mind? While the normal person would Back by popular demand! Founders Chorus and Acappella Federation will join forces as want nothing more than to flee for his life, there is a certain kind of hero who, disregarding they regale you with the very best of barbershop harmonies. You will be delighted with his or her own safety, rushes right into the most dangerous of places! Come and hear their these amazing showmen. stories. Tuesday, June 14 6pm & Saturday, June 18 2pm Wednesday, June 15 3pm Bartlesville Community Center FREE Bartlesville Public Library (UR) FREE / Reservations requested FRAN STALLINGS: WOMEN BEHAVING BADLY EVERYDAY HEROES: EMERGENCY MEDICINE Worldwide, traditional storytellers knew that villainesses can be more interesting than A panel consisting of doctors and nurses presents an engrossing picture of a typical day damsels. Who were the vengeful lovers, evil stepmothers or witches? Hear their tales with in the life of a very busy emergency room. How do these heroes bring sanity into the a pirate queen or lady bandit from history for good measure. For adult audiences (some madness and mayhem of pain, suffering, and violence? What dangers that the normal bloodthirsty and bawdy antics). person would avoid at all costs do these professionals embrace as a matter of course? Tuesday, June 14 5pm & Wednesday, June 15 5:30pm Come and learn more about our everyday medical heroes. Price Tower Media Room FREE / Reservations requested Thursday, June 16 3pm Bartlesville Public Library (UR) FREE / Reservations requested FRAN STALLINGS: STORIES FOR KIDS - A TWIST IN THE TALE World folktales don't always turn out the way we expect! All ages will puzzle over plot turns, laugh at surprise endings, and be amazed at new twists on old favorites from a world- traveling professional storyteller. Monday, June 13 10am & Tuesday, June 14 11am Bartlesville Public Library (UR) FREE / Ticket(s) required 22

23 HIGH TEA AT THE TOWER KIDS: PIZZA, POP & PAINT AT HOPESTONE It's not the Tower of London, but it will have a very British feel to it! Help us celebrate Her Calling all kids! Plan to combine your ear for music and your eye for art as you create Majesty's 63 years (and counting!) on the British throne. Anglophile Price Connors shares your very own fantastic original masterpiece at Hopestone. Pizza and pop will keep your with you 63 memorable moments in the reign of Queen Elizabeth II as you enjoy a lavish stomach from rumbling as you demonstrate how a great composer's music might be high tea of, well, tea and crumpets and much more! translated into a beautiful painting. Monday, June 13 4 - 6pm Tuesday, June 14 1 - 3pm La Quinta Mansion $50 / Ticket(s) required Hopestone 120B Frank Phillips Blvd $20 / Ticket(s) required JONATHAN ROLL, BARITONE KIRK BELLS: HOW SWEET THE SOUND! Songs before their timeJohnnie will share with you a selection of songs, both ancient Enjoy a sweet respite to your day as the bell ringers at First Presbyterian Church treat your and merely "old", composed during the classical period, which reflect elements of soul, ears and soul to heavenly music! pop, folk and more. Though the oldest were beyond the experience of the audience's ears Wednesday, June 15 Noon of that time, many of them gained traction and respect as they will with you today. First Presbyterian Church 505 SE Dewey FREE Tuesday, June 14 10am & Thursday, June 16 2pm Bartlesville Community Center FREE LA QUINTA MANSION TOUR Travel back in time as you visit this restored former home of H.C. Foster, once known as KIDS OF ALL AGES: MUSICAL PRIZE FIGHTS BEETHOVEN VS. GERSHWIN the richest man west of the Mississippi (a label he hated!). Now proudly and lovingly What will happen when these two pugilists of widely different ages are pitted against maintained by Oklahoma Wesleyan University, it will evoke for you ideas of the lives of the each other in the musical arena? How will you, the referee, judge them? Will there be a rich and famous during the first half of the 20th century as you tour the rooms and learn knockout? Come and be a part of this fun yet challenging competition. some of its history. A cool beverage and a tasty cookie will complete this charming event. Thursday, June 9 2pm (pre-festival) Monday, June 13 10am & Friday, June 17 11am Bartlesville Public Library (UR) FREE / Reservations requested Oklahoma Wesleyan University La Quinta Mansion 2201 Silver Lake Road FREE / Ticket(s) required KIDS OF ALL AGES: BATTLES OF THE BEST DANCING WITH THE STARS Who will be your personal favorite as you vote for the dance music of Miguel or Mozart? LENNIE BAKER: BARTLESVILLE'S GODFATHER OF THE BLUES Whose music will sweep you off your feet? Dr. Randy Thompson introduces you to some Listen to Lennie Baker for an hour and you will be singin' the blues the rest of the day. He delightful, timeless, and previously unheard dance music that will have you tapping your brings his very soul into those mellow tones and will leave you begging for more! Lennie's feet, regardless of its age or yours! CDs are available to purchase in the OK Mozart Gift Shop. Tuesday, June 7 2pm (pre-festival) Tuesday, June 14 1:15pm Bartlesville Public Library (UR) FREE / Reservations requested Bartlesville Community Center FREE Showcase Events 23

24 LENNIE BAKER: ROCKIN' THE BLUES LIBRARY SPECIAL: KIDS, ART & MUSIC BRAHMS Candy for the ears is how many of Lennie Baker's fans describe the delicious way he Children ages 4 - 8 will learn to see the varying moods that the music of Brahms has with the blues and more! Sit back and enjoy a tasty breakfast, purchased at the OK evokes and will have an opportunity to apply their own artistic interpretations to the Mozart Caf, with benefits as you ease your way into a week of glorious music beginning music! with Lennie Baker. Lennie's CDs are available to purchase in the OK Mozart Shop. Friday, June 10 11am Pre-festival event! Thursday, June 16 9am Bartlesville Public Library FREE / Ticket(s) required Bartlesville Community Center FREE LIBRARY SPECIAL: KIDS, ART & MUSIC MOZART'S TITUS OVERTURE LIBRARY SPECIAL: KIDS, ART & MUSIC STRAUSS II & THE GYPSY BARON Children ages 8 - 12 will hear the story of the "Clemenza di Titus" and then hear the Designed to appeal to ages 8 - 12, this program helps children learn to see the music of introductory music as they illustrate the story in art and dance! Strauss and to envision and draw his gypsy baron! Tuesday, June 14 12:30pm Tuesday, June 7 10am *Pre-festival event! Bartlesville Public Library FREE / Ticket(s) required Bartlesville Public Library FREE / Ticket(s) required LIBRARY SPECIAL: KIDS, ART & MUSIC BEETHOVEN LIBRARY SPECIAL: KIDS, ART & MUSIC MOZART As they listen to portions of Beethoven's 6th Symphony, children ages 4 - 8 will have Children ages 4 - 8 will be excited by the familiar tune which is attributed to Mozart, and the opportunity to interpret the music as they understand it! They will learn to create which every child learns at a very early age! their own stories from the music. Tuesday, June 7 11am *Pre-festival event! Tuesday, June 14 1:30pm Bartlesville Public Library FREE / Ticket(s) required Bartlesville Public Library FREE / Ticket(s) required LIBRARY SPECIAL: KIDS, ART & MUSIC MOZART'S GERMAN DANCES LIBRARY SPECIAL: KIDS, ART & MUSIC GERSHWIN Children ages 8 - 12 will have an opportunity to learn a few steps to help them interpret Children ages 8 - 12 will learn a bit about George Gershwin, and will learn to recognize these delightful German dances by Mozart. the distinctly American sound of the 20th century master! An art project will add to Friday, June 10 10am Pre-festival event! their enjoyment of the session. Bartlesville Public Library FREE / Ticket(s) required Friday, June 17 11:30am Bartlesville Public Library FREE / Ticket(s) required LIBRARY SPECIAL: KIDS, ART & MUSIC MENDELSSOHN As they listen to the 4th movement of Mendelssohn's 5th Symphony and hear the story of his life, children ages 4 - 8 will be introduced to one of the instruments that makes the music special! Friday, June 17 9:30am Bartlesville Public Library FREE / Ticket(s) required 24

25 MAGIC! MAGIC! MAGIC! MOZART'S WORLD: RELIGION Parlor tricks? Sleight of hand? Or is it just magic? Come and see for yourself, as Jim Green "The Inspired Genius: The Role of Faith in Mozart's Music." For over 200 years, Mozart's beguiles your eyes and your mind with his delightful and mysterious world of magic works have enriched the spiritual lives of millions around the globe. His music possesses especially for the young and young at heart! a transcendent quality that draws the human heart toward the Author of music. But what Friday, June 17 2pm & Saturday, June 18 10am & 3:30pm about Mozart's personal faith? What was his spiritual life really like? Join Rod MacIlvaine Oklahoma Wesleyan University, Lyon Hall $4 / Ticket(s) required as we examine Mozart's life and letters and see the central role that faith played in this creative prodigy. MOZART SUNDAY: A FESTIVAL OF JAZZ AT FIRST METHODIST Wednesday, June 15 10:30am & Saturday, June 18 4pm Come worship with Bartlesville First Church at a special jazz and gospel service featuring Bartlesville Public Library (UR) FREE / Ticket(s) required the Sanctuary Choir, vocalists and a jazz combo. What a perfect way to end your 2016 OK Mozart Festival experience!. MOZART'S WORLD: SCIENCE Sunday, June 19 8:30 & 11am (post-festival) Explore the world of science, medicine and technology in the day of Mozart. How did Bartlesville First Church United Methodist 4715 Price Road FREE that era's view of the universe and their use of medical cures and inventions affect the daily life of Mozart and even the music he created? Step back in time to explore these MOZART SUNDAY: FIRST PRESBYTERIAN fascinating questions as well as make a scientific investigation of the mystery of what In its ongoing enthusiasm for the OK Mozart Festival, the First Presbyterian chancel choir killed Mozart at such a tragic young age. and orchestra will present John Rutter's "Requiem" as part of their Mozart Sunday worship Tuesday, June 14 4pm (at Price Tower) & Thursday, June 16 1pm (Library / UR) service. This program is open to the public, and everyone is welcome! FREE / Ticket(s) required Sunday, June 12 11am First Presbyterian Church 505 SE Dewey FREE MUSIC WITH A LATIN FLAVOR Those 2 will set your toes tappin' and your hips swayin' as they entertain you with lovely MOZART'S WORLD: LAW Latin rhythms. What a perfect way to prepare for the Peruvian dances, the German Strange laws, stranger cases and a Legal Sunrise! It's all about law in Mozarts time dances, and the gypsy dances that you will enjoy in our opening concert! and you thought some of our laws were strange! Sunday, June 12 12:15 - 1:15pm Wednesday, June 15 11:30am & Thursday, June 16 11:30am Bartlesville Community Center FREE Price Tower FREE / Ticket(s) required Showcase Events 25

26 MUSICAL BREAKFAST BUFFET PHOTOGRAPHY AND THE ART OF SEEING Enjoy a tasty and musical breakfast each morning during the 2016 OK Mozart Festival Back by popular demand! Thoreau once said, "The question is not what you look at but in The Mozart Caf! Buffet breakfasts will include eggs, sausage, bacon, fresh fruit and what you see." Learn how Ansel Adams clearly agreed with Thoreau as can be seen in the a delicious variety of breads. Coffee, tea and juice will be included as you begin your way he approached his American West subjects. Jerry Poppenhouse will help you learn morning with a different musical offering each day! how to use light as revealer and inspiration, as it did for Adams and other great artists and Monday June 13 - Saturday, June 18 8:30 - 10:30am photographers. This class will help raise your photographic skills to a whole new level! Bartlesville Community Center $7 per day Monday, June 13 at the BCC 3:30pm; Saturday, June 18 at the Bartlesville Public Library (UR) 2pm FREE / Ticket(s) required NELLIE JOHNSTONE WELL: UP CLOSE & PERSONAL As you visit this first successful oil well in Oklahoma, Julie Daniels will share with you the POLAND: LIVING ON BOTH SIDES OF THE CURTAIN amazing story of oil and gas in our beautiful state. You will be enthralled by its history, but, Imagine being born into a Christian family behind the Iron Curtain, where the practice of be aware! You may also be "engulfed!" Meet at the Nellie Johnstone Well in Johnstone Christianity was considered a mental illness and a threat to the government, and then Park. living to see that curtain raised! Imagine the shock of experiencing life in a free society Friday, June 17 10 - 11am after having been raised in a totalitarian state. Join Dr. Darek Jarmola as he recounts these Johnstone Park FREE / Reservations requested very experiences as he has lived them. Friday, June 17 10:30am; Saturday, June 18 3pm ONE ROOM SCHOOL DEMONSTRATION Bartlesville Public Library (UR) FREE / Ticket(s) required A typical 19th century curriculum at the Nelson Carr School included spelling, arithmetic and penmanship. Schools of the era were often subscription schools, meaning students PRE-CONCERT INTERVIEW paid a nominal fee to attend class. Hear ye! Hear ye! All main concert ticket holders: Plan to take advantage of this Thursday, June 16 10 - 11am opportunity to enrich your enjoyment of each concert by attending these pre-concert talks Bartlesville Area History Museum FREE / Ticket(s) required offered by the conductors themselves! Sunday, June 12 1:30 - 1:50pm; Wednesday, June 15 7 - 7:20pm; PAINTING AT HOPESTONE Saturday, June 18 7 - 7:20pm Unleash your artistic spirit at Hopestone. We provide the brushes, the canvas, the teaching BCC Main Stage FREE for main concert ticket holders guide and even the vino! Everything you need, including the musical inspiration, will be there as you create a brand new masterpiece! PRICE TOWER TOUR Saturday, June 11 3 - 5pm; Wednesday, June 15 3 - 5pm; Friday, June 17 3 - 5pm Come and learn all the fascinating details about this singular building and its history! Hopestone 120B Frank Phillips Blvd $45 / Ticket(s) required; space is limited How did Frank Lloyd Wright come to design this unique Bartlesville landmark? Learn of some of the very forward thinking details that he designed into it. Learn why architecture students from all over the world find a visit to this building an absolute MUST for their education. Tickets must be purchased at Price Tower. Saturday, June 18 11am, 2pm & 4pm Price Tower, 510 S. Dewey Avenue $12 adults; $10 seniors/students Ticket(s) required; space is limited 26

27 PRO MUSICA TULSAE, EARLY MUSIC ENSEMBLE SCANDALS IN ART If you were to look back over the history of music, you would see that in a very real We know that Pablo Picasso, Jackson Pollock and numerous other artists have sense, hippie folk singers, crazy instrumental solos, guitar masses and suggestive ditties scandalized the art world in the past century. But were they the first? Was there another laden with double entendre have been around for centuries! Now you can step back in time and another place where many of the great masters found their work to be shocking time and experience the very latest, the current rage and what was hot in the eyes of and scandalous? Come and learn, from John West, some of these shocking truths! our ancestors! Tuesday, June 14 10:30am; Thursday, June 16 10:30am Tuesday, June 14 11:30am; Thursday, June 16 3:30pm Price Tower FREE / Ticket(s) required Bartlesville Community Center FREE SECRET LIVES OF THE GREAT COMPOSERS READING ANTIQUITY'S DIARY An 18th century National Enquirer would have a field day with some of the gossip, scandal The clues are there in the form of relics and artifacts. They leave behind a story of a and naughty fun that noted book reviewer Mary O'Toole will share with you! Definitely not people who called what would become Bartlesville home over 12,000 years ago. Jerry a cut-and-dried standard biography. Poppenhouse will offer a touch-and-see primer on how to read and interpret these Tuesday, June 14 1pm; Saturday, June 18 10:30am diaries of a world lost in the mists of time. Price Tower FREE / Ticket(s) required Wednesday, June 15 at the Bartlesville Public Library (UR) 1:15pm; Friday, June 17 at the BCC 2:30pm SING ALONG WITH NARNIE: KARAOKE WITH A TWIST Bartlesville Public Library (UR) / Bartlesville Community Center FREE Join your voice with much-beloved pianist Narnie Roll as she leads us through a series of "Blue" songs! Setting the stage for Saturday night's performance of Gershwin's Rhapsody SCANDALS IN MUSIC in Blue, Narnie will play all those blue songs which have been enjoyed through the years: So you find some of today's music shocking? Do you wonder what those crazy composers Blue Skies, Blue Moon, Blue Suede Shoes, Blue Velvet, My Blue Heaven, Blue Eyes Cryin' were drinking? Well, the scandals didn't start with rock-n-roll! Come and discover, with in the Rain, Blueberry Hill and more! Let us know your personal favorite and we'll see Lauren Green, how many of the classical music masters were virtually excoriated for what we can do about requests. composing what we now recognize as great masterpieces. Monday, June 13 Noon 1pm Monday, June 13 1pm; Wednesday, June 15 1pm Bartlesville Community Center FREE Price Tower FREE / Ticket(s) required STONE LION PUPPET THEATRE IT'S A JUNGLE OUT THERE SCANDALS IN ARCHITECTURE Back by popular demand! What if you went on a safari and brought back, instead Some of you may remember how shocking the architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright seemed of pictures, many of the creatures themselves, whom you went to see?! Join this when he first burst upon the scene. Even today, much of his genius is seen by some as delightful story brought to life by the amazing puppets of Stone Lion Puppet Theatre rather scandalous. But did you know that even the greatest architects the world has ever out of Kansas City! Showcase Events known were often attacked by their contemporaries? Come and learn from Price Connors, Tuesday, June 14 10 - 11 am the scandalous details! Oklahoma Wesleyan University Lyon Hall $6 / Ticket(s) required Wednesday, June 15 3:30pm; Friday, June 17 2pm Price Tower FREE / Ticket(s) required 27

28 STONE LION PUPPET THEATRE STELLA LUNA THE RIVER CROSS RAMBLERS Back by popular demand! An orphaned baby bat gets adopted by a bird family and grows The River Cross Ramblers are not your typical bluegrass band. A Bartlesville group, The up wondering why he just doesn't seem to fit in! Adapted from the book and presented by Ramblers play gospel to punk, Emmylou to Iron Maiden and for OK Mozart, maybe a Stone Lion Puppet Theatre out of Kansas City! Kids and adults will be enchanted by this little Charles Wesley. The Ramblers' gospel service features old favorites along with new delightful puppet show! homegrown ditties! Monday, June 13 12:30 - 1:30pm and 3:30 - 4:30 pm Monday, June 13 9am; Wednesday, June 15 12:30pm Oklahoma Wesleyan University Lyon Hall $6 / Ticket(s) required Bartlesville Community Center FREE SUZANNE ORTIZ & HER MARVELOUS FLUTE THOSE 2: A TRIBUTE TO GERSHWIN A newcomer to our showcase lineup, Suzanne has performed in a variety of venues for In his short life, George Gershwin produced an amazing body of work which is increasingly more than 20 years! Accompanied by Darlys Lickliter, Suzanne will present an eclectic mix celebrated with each passing year. Talented artists Pam Hughes & Doug Simpson return of contemporary and classic compositions sure to appeal to aficionados of a wide variety to the OK Mozart Festival to celebrate Gershwin a world of music that is witty, wacky and of music, and especially for lovers of the flute! wonderful! Wednesday, June 15 9am; Friday, June 17 3:30pm Thursday, June 16 5pm; Saturday June 18 12:30pm Bartlesville Community Center FREE Bartlesville Community Center FREE THE DIRTY DOZEN . . . PLUS ONE TRACKING THE HOLLYWOOD A-LIST IN BARTLESVILLE You may have seen the movie, but do you know the true story on which it was based? Sit back and enjoy the ride as Maria Gus tours you through the favorite haunts of George Even more amazing than the movie script are the adventures of these unexpected heroes. Clooney, Meryl Streep, Ben Affleck and others during the recent filming of movies right here Joe Todd will give their story more life than the movie ever could! NOT TO BE MISSED! in Bartlesville! Where did they like to eat and hang out? Where did they live while residing Monday, June 13 11:30am; Friday, June 17 3:30pm here? Maria Gus will fill you in on all the entertaining details as you enjoy this bus tour Bartlesville Public Library (UR) FREE / Ticket(s) required and luncheon. A bonus stop will have you relaxing in the ambiance of the lovely house in which George Clooney resided as his home away from home. Bus leaves the BCC at 11am THE NEW TULSANS GOSPEL QUARTET promptly! What is Southern Gospel? How did it get started? And where? Come and enjoy the Saturday, June 18 11am - 2pm inspiring and toe-tapping fun of good ole Southern Gospel! But be forewarned, you may Bartlesville Community Center (bus) $50 / Tickets required find yourself hollerin' out a few "Amens!" and "Praise the Lords!!" Tuesday, June 14 9am; Wednesday, June 15 2pm TRIO ANTIQUA Bartlesville Community Center FREE Back by popular demand! A multi-talented trio comprised of Theodora Morris on violin and recorder, Ralph Morris on viola and violin, and Thresa Swadley on cello will present a program of light classical favorites to the delight of OKM music lovers. You won't want to miss them! Friday, June 17 11am; Saturday, June 18 9:30am or 4:30pm Bartlesville Community Center FREE 28

29 TULSA METRO SOUND: LADY BARBERSHOP THE MOZART CAF If you enjoy the amazing harmonies created by male barbershoppers, just imagine the Throughout the Festival, The Mozart Caf, located sweet perfection of their female counterparts! If all barbers looked and sang like these in the BCC Community Hall, offers a delightful array delightful ladies, the days of self-shaving would be at an end. of breakfast, lunch and dinner options prepared Saturday, June 18 3:30pm by caterer Chris Barnhill of Shorties Grillall very Bartlesville Community Center FREE reasonably priced. Not so hungry? Stop in for dessert and coffee, or relax and chat over iced WADE DANIEL: TICKLING THE IVORIES tea or glass of wine. While there, enjoy live music If you have heard him before, you will be excited to hear him again! If this is your first provided by OKMs talented showcase events opportunity to enjoy his piano magic, you will be so glad you came!! Classical, pop, musicians. Open daily 8:30am 8pm. Broadway, oldies and goodies you name it, he will be playing it! Afterward, you can buy any of his seven CDs in the OK Mozart Gift Shop. His credits are unending, which explains why we are having him back for his 6th year at the 2016 OK Mozart Festival. Tuesday, June 14 4:30pm; Thursday, June 16 12:30pm Bartlesville Community Center FREE THE OK MOZART GIFT SHOP The OK Mozart Gift Shop is the place to find many unique souvenirs, a wide variety of unique specialty gift items, OK Mozart t-shirts, posters, guest artist ...in the Lyon Gallery at the Bartlesville Community Center CDs, and a whole lot more. The charming motif of the shop, located the BCC Community Hall, sets The Tulsa Girls Art School the mood for some shopping! Throughout festival week, artwork by Tulsa Girls Art School (TGAS) artists will be on display in the Lyon Gallery at the Bartlesville Community Center. Some of the artwork has been prepared especially for the ART GALLERIES 2016 OK Mozart festival and is available for purchase. 100% of the profits of the sale of any artwork will go The MOZ-ART Shop, located in Community Hall toward funding the girls' college education. The art students have been taught and trained at the school, and presented by the Bartlesville Art Association, led by Matt Moffett who founded the art school in 2007, as an innovative after school visual arts program showcases the crafts and artwork of area serving students from North and West Tulsa, serving elementary-aged girls through high school. The professionals all of it beautifully displayed and TGAS studio is located in the Kendall-Whittier neighborhood in Tulsa. The small class environment allows offered for sale. Showcase Events each student to receive individual instruction and encouragement while they develop valuable life skills. Visit the Lyon Gallery at the Bartlesville Community Center during festival week (hours vary) to view the artwork and learn more about the Tulsa Girls Art School. 29

30 OKM 2016 Ticket Ordering TICKETS GO ON SALE: IN PERSON: Bartlesville Community Center: Jan. 28 Single and Season Tickets go on sale for OK Mozart Box Office patrons of $1,200 and above Feb. 4 Single and Season 415 S. Dewey Avenue, Suite 100 2016 Seating Chart Tickets go on sale for patrons of $350 and above Bartlesville, OK 74003 Feb. 11 Season Tickets go on sale to the public Monday-Friday, 10am 4pm Feb. 18 Single Tickets go on sale to public PICK THREE C C BY MAIL: Customize Your OK Mozart Experience! Fill out and enclose the order form (page at right) with your check, VISA, Discover, MasterCard or Amex Purchase three tickets to any main stage event and receive 20% off! This choice allows you to tailor your A information. Orders will be filled as received. 2016 OK Mozart experience to suit your personal Send to: taste and to thank you for being a loyal festival OK Mozart Festival PO Box 2344 customer. B B Bartlesville, Oklahoma 74005 NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES Sales tax and handling fee included in ticket price BY TELEPHONE: B Call: 918-336-9800 Monday-Friday, 10am 4pm When ordering by mail, if it is necessary to fill your order with your second choice, you will receive a refund for the difference. Please NOTE any special seating needs. Concert attendance is limited to children age 5 and older (except the Woolaroc Outdoor Concert). Student prices are for age 5 years through full-time college students for all indoor concerts. The OK Mozart Festival offers many programs designed for children. Check the Festival Calendar and Showcase Events listings. If you wish to be seated with friends, enclose all orders in the same envelope. Tickets are available during festival week at the Bartlesville Community Center box office, hours 10am - 4pm. Tickets are also available pre-festival at the OKM box office at 415 S. Dewey, 10am 5pm or by calling 918-336-9800. 30

31 CONCERT ORDER FORM r Check (All checks payable to the BCC) r Visa r Master Card r Discover r American Express Name: ______________________________________________________________ Card #:_____________________________________ Address:____________________________________________________________ Exp: ____ _____ Security: ___________ City, State, Zip:_______________________________________________________ Phone:______________________________________________________________ Signature: ______________________________________________________ Email: ______________________________________________________________ Name on card: __________________________________________________ ALL TICKETS WILL BE MAILED UNLESS OTHERWISE REQUESTED. CALL 918-336-9800 FOR A "PICK 3" 20% DISCOUNT (VALID ON ANY 3 INDIVIDUAL MAIN EVENT TICKETS). Event Date / Time Pricing # of Adults # of Students Total Office Use A Musical Voyage from the Americas to Europe: A World of Brilliant Sound Sun. 6/12 @ 2pm $45/$30/$15/A $25/$15/$9/S An Evening with the Crossover Kings: Simply Three Tues. 6/14 @ 7:30pm $35/$25/$15/A $25/$15/$9/S Classical Gold: Visionary Masterpieces Wed. 6/15 @ 7:30pm $45/$30/$15/A $25/$15/$9/S Bring it Back: Heiress to Blues & Jazz: Catherine Russell Thurs. 6/16 @ 7:30pm $50/$40/$25/A $30/$25/$9/S Woolaroc Outdoor Concert at Clyde Lake Fri. 6/17 @ 8:00pm $25/A $9/S *14 and under FREE r Woolaroc Bus Transportation from BCC at 6:00 pm Fri. 6/17 @ 6:00pm $15.00 Grand Finale: A Return Voyage from Europe to the Americas Sat. 6/18 @ 7:30pm $60/$40/$25/A $30/$20/$9/S 2016 Season Tickets (includes 6 events listed above) $195/145/90/A $105/75/40/S CALL 918-336-9800 FOR A "PICK 3" 20% DISCOUNT (VALID ON ANY 3 INDIVIDUAL MAIN EVENT TICKETS). Or, please write in your choices in the space on the right. Daytime Chamber Music Series at Ambler Hall, 415 S. Dewey Mon 6/13 Tue 6/14 Wed 6/15 Thu 6/16 Fri 6/17 # of Adults # of Students Total Office Use Mir Quartet 2 p.m. daily (choose days at right - $30 / ticket) r r r r r Ordering Information OKC Artists 11 a.m. daily (choose days at right - $20 / ticket) r r r r r Chamber Season Tickets Mir Quartet $110 Adult / $30 Students Chamber Season Tickets OKC Artists $75 Adults / $30 Students r Wheelchair seating required CONCERT TOTAL $ ____________ + **CONTRIBUTION $ ____________ = TOTAL $ ____________ 31

32 SHOWCASE ORDER FORM r Check (All checks payable to the BCC) r Visa r Master Card r Discover r American Express Name: ______________________________________________________________ Card #:_____________________________________ Address:____________________________________________________________ Exp: ____ _____ Security: ___________ City, State, Zip:_______________________________________________________ Phone:______________________________________________________________ Signature: ______________________________________________________ Email: ______________________________________________________________ Name on card: __________________________________________________ ALL TICKETS WILL BE MAILED UNLESS OTHERWISE REQUESTED. Showcase Event Name (write your selections on the lines below) Date Time Price per Ticket # of Adults # of Students Total Call the OKM Box Office at 918-336-9800 for Monday Night Formal Gala Tickets *Concert attendance limited to children 5 and older, except Woolaroc Concert Hillcrest Country Club, 1901 Price Rd, $150 per person/$1,000 table for 8 ** Ticket sales cover only 40% of the Festival annual operating budget, so contributions are greatly appreciated. r Wheelchair seating required CONCERT TOTAL $ ____________ + **CONTRIBUTION $ ____________ = TOTAL $ ____________ 32

33 Visitors Information Uniquely Oklahoma, Bartlesville is eager to welcome you to a town full of history, arts, and culture. Named in 2006 as one of Americas Dozen Distinctive Destinations by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, visitors to Bartlesville will find intriguing architecture and art, roaming buffalo and oil rich history. Bartlesville has unique architectural structures such as Frank Lloyd Wrights only skyscraper the Price Tower a National Historic Landmark; the world-renowned Woolaroc Museum and Wildlife Preserve, listed in the National Register of Historic Places, and exhilarating events such as the annual OK Mozart Festival. While visiting Bartlesville for the OK Mozart Festival you will have the opportunity to experience world-class musicians and one-of-a-kind entertainment. Bartlesville also invites you to take in the many other interesting offerings of this Oklahoma destination. We invite you to let the Bartlesville Convention & Visitors Bureau assist you in planning your OKM Festival vacation. We know you will enjoy the Festival, and we hope to make your visit as memorable as the music! For more information about Bartlesville, its other unique attractions, or accommodations at any of its hotels, call the Bartlesville Convention and Visitors Bureau at 800-364-8708 or visit online at www.visitbartlesville.com. LOCAL ATTRACTIONS Bartlesville Area History Museum Phillips 66 Museum Frank Lloyd Wrights Price Tower Bartlesville Public Library Price Tower Dewey Hotel Tom Mix Museum, Inc. Frank Phillips Mansion Woolaroc Museum & Wildlife Preserve Osage Hills State Park Ordering Information Hotel information provided courtesy of the Bartlesville LOCAL HOTELS Convention & Visitors Bureau Candlewood Suites Hilton Garden Inn Quality Inn Econo Lodge Holiday Inn Express Super 8 Motel BARTLESVILLE CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU Fairfield Inn La Quinta Inn The Inn at Price Tower TOLL FREE: 800.364.8708 Hampton Inn Motel 6 www.visitbartlesville.com 33

34 OKM 2016 About OK Mozart MAJOR SPONSORS: EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR DR. RANDY THOMPSON OPERATIONS DIRECTOR JULIA CRANE MARKETING/PR DIRECTOR LIZABETH ROLFSON SHOWCASE EVENTS DIRECTOR JUDY MORELAND BOX OFFICE MANAGER ROSE HAMMERSCHMIDT The OK Mozart International Festival is produced by OK Mozart, Inc., a nonprofit 501(c)3 corporation. The Board of Directors, officers, agents and employees of OK Mozart are not responsible for injury to or death of any person, or for damages to any property that any attendee may sustain or be exposed to that arise out of or in connection with the presentation of any Festival event. OK MOZART FESTIVAL 918-336-9900 PO BOX 2344 FAX: 918-336-9525 BARTLESVILLE, OK 74005 WEBSITE: WWW.OKMOZART.COM THE MOZART CAF Throughout the Festival, The Mozart Caf, located in the BCC Community Hall, offers a delightful array of breakfast, lunch and dinner options prepared by caterer Chris Barnhill of Shorties Grillall very reasonably priced. Not so hungry? Stop in for dessert and coffee, or relax and chat over iced tea or glass of wine. While there, enjoy live music provided by OKMs talented showcase events musicians. Open daily 8:30am 8pm. THE OK MOZART GIFT SHOP The OK Mozart Gift Shop is the place to find many unique souvenirs, a wide variety of unique specialty gift items, OK Mozart t-shirts, posters, guest artist CDs, and a whole lot more. The charming motif of the shop, located the BCC Community Hall, sets the mood for some shopping! 34

35 EVENT LOCATIONS 1. Bartlesville Community Center 5. Hopestone Ordering Information 300 SE Adams BLVD 120 SW Frank Phillips 2. Price Tower Arts Center 6. Ambler Hall 510 S Dewey Ave 415 SE Dewey Ave 3. Bartlesville Public Library 600 S Johnstone Ave 4. Bartlesville Hilton Garden Inn 205 SW Frank Phillips Blvd 35

36 PRESORTED STANDARD US POSTAGE ORDER TICKETS TODAY! PAID WICHITA, KS PERMIT NO. 23 OK Mozart International Festival PO Box 2344 415 S. Dewey Avenue Bartlesville, OK 74005 www.okmozart.com Plan your trip to Bartlesville Contact the Bartlesville Convention & Visitors Bureau www.visitbartlesville.com 1 (800) 364-8708

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