Tuesday, January 19, 2016


Monday, January 18
No Art Moves, Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Tuesday, January 19
Edgar Cruz, guitarist
Downtown Library, Noon-1
This guitarist extraordinaire is well known for his chops and prowess. He has recorded over fifteen albums of classically inspired covers from bands like Queen, The Beatles, and The Eagles. Join us from Noon-1 - you don't want to miss it!
Wednesday, January 20
Gaye LeBlanc, harpist
Oklahoma Tower, Noon-1
Let the beautiful sounds of strings fill your ears and warm your heart as you break from lunch! Gaye's arrangements of classical, pop, and theme songs are sure to lighten your day!

Thursday, January 21
Cellovoce, cello sextet
Devon (Rotunda), Noon-1
What's better than cello? How about six! This group, led by instructor Thomasz Zieba, performs mesmerizing, emotive pieces that are sure to break your daily routine. Experience the music first hand from 11:30-12:30!
Friday, January 15
Chris Hicks and Mitch Bell, jazz duo
the Underground, Noon-1
Smooth vibes are coming your way at this one! Chris plays jazz sax like nobody's business, blending traditional tunes with creative interpretations in a style you won't soon forget! 

Cellovoce performing
"Oblivion" by Astor Piazolla
Chirs and Mitch
performing at Devon
Check out our December schedule
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What's Art Moves?
Art Moves is an Arts Council Oklahoma City initiative that provides free arts events in Downtown OKC each work day from Noon-1:00. Events may include artist demonstrations or musical performances and take place in various downtown locations. The daily line-up features a wide range of artistic mediums including musical and theater performances, live art demonstrations, short film selections, and more!

405-270-4848 | info@artscouncilokc.com | www.artscouncilokc.com
400 West California
Oklahoma City, OK 73102

From staff sources


Reminder:  Concert 3 January 19

The perfect cure for cabin fever:  an evening with Brightmusic!   
And don’t forget the pre-concert reception! 

Brightmusic Concert No. 3, the Jeanette Sias Memorial Concert“Piano & Friends” featuring guest pianist Tanya Bannister.

The Brightmusic Chamber Ensemble will present its third concert of the 2015-2016 Season, a sizzling evening of piano, strings and clarinet that will be the perfect antidote to Old Man Winter.

Join us for a special Pre-Concert Reception at 6:30 pm, hosted by Dean Justin Lindstrom and the congregation of St. Paul’s Cathedral in honor of our guest artist, our musicians, and St. Paul’s 125th anniversary!  Come meet the musicians and join the celebration in the education building next door to the Cathedral.  Then stick around for a dazzling evening of world-class chamber music.
Concert: 7:30 pm, Tuesday, January 19
at St. Paul’s Cathedral
127 NW 7th Street (at Robinson)
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

The works on this program are:
  1. Muczynski, Fantasy Trio, op. 26, for Piano, Clarinet and Cello
  2. Brahms, Trio in A minor, op. 114, for Piano, Clarinet and Cello
  3. Chopin, Ballade No. 4 in F minor, op. 52, for Solo Piano
  4. Fauré, Piano Quartet No. 1 in C minor, op. 15, for Piano, Violin, Viola and Cello

Jeannette Sias

Joining pianist Tanya Bannister are Brightmusic musicians Gregory Lee (violin), Mark Neumann (viola), Jonathan Ruck (cello) and Chad Burrow (clarinet).

Program notes are posted on Brightmusic’s website.

Admission is $20 for adults; free for students and active-duty military with ID.  Season Members, please show your Season Pass at the door for admission.

BrightNews Briefs

The Music of Vienna
The dates and programs for Brightmusic’s exciting four-concert Spring Music Festival have been announced!  “The Music of Vienna” will feature compositions by some of the world’s greatest composers, spanning over 200 years from the Classical period of Haydn and Mozart through the Romantic period and into the 20th century.  The widely diverse lineup promises to delight and enchant everyone.  Mark your calendars now!  The festival dates are June 9, 11, 12 and 14, and include a Sunday matinee.  Check our website, www.brightmusic.org, for the programs and concert times.  All concerts will be at the acoustically-rich St. Paul’s Cathedral in downtown Oklahoma City.
  From staff sources