Contact: Mark Beutler (405) 232-7575
May 4, 2022
Oklahoma City Philharmonic in Collaboration with OKC Orchestra League Presents the 49th Annual Symphony Show House

The first Symphony Show House premiered in Oklahoma City in 1973, and from the styles of the day it likely had gold shag carpet and avocado appliances! Times have certainly changed since the days of the Brady Bunch, but the Oklahoma City Philharmonic tradition of presenting a fabulous Show House continues.

This year, the 49th Annual OKCPHIL Symphony Show House is located in Edmond’s prestigious Fairview Farms, located at 1124 Fairview Farm Road. The Show House is open Saturday, May 14 through Sunday, May 29. Hours are 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday through Friday and Saturdays 11 a.m. until 6 p.m.

“This year’s 7,000 square foot home is stately and grand,” said J. Mark Taylor, Show House Chair. “It was built in 1995, and has four bedrooms with six baths. As soon as you walk in the front door, you are greeted with magnificent architectural features and soaring ceilings—along with views of the home’s spectacular pool and outdoor living spaces. And on certain days, our fabulous OKCPHIL musicians will perform in the Great Room, filling the home with stellar instrumental music as our guests stroll through 32 uniquely designed spaces.”

The Show House is owned by Keith and Truc-Mai Tran, and is presented in memory of Dr. Henry and Mrs. Josephine Freede. Proceeds from the Show House benefit the Education and Community Engagement programs funded by the OKCPHIL.

“Beyond providing our beautiful orchestral performances, we also reach deep into our community,” said Agnieszka Rakhmatullaev, OKCPHIL Executive Director. “Events like Symphony Show House help us fund a wide range of programs for students, families and adults of all ages.  So when you tour this magnificent home, you’re not only gaining ideas for your own personal space—you’re helping support our vital programs. It’s a win-win situation!”

This year’s Symphony Show House designers are:

Rosinna Gies, Amini’s Galleria
Tuesday Fay & Halah Songer, Bob Mill’s Furniture
Crystal Carte, Carte’s Interiors
Katelynn Henry, Steve Calonkey, Steve Simpson, & Peyton Ward, Henry Home Interiors
Nora Johnson, Johnson Manor
Dr. Kari Lopez & Renea Brady, LOREC Ranch Home Furnishings
Lynda Savage, Lynda Savage Art
Nathan Hughes & Susan Nixon, Mathis Design Studio
Keven Calonkey Carl, John Carl, Cassidy Brunsteter & Lance Whitlow, Mister Robert Fine Furniture & Design
Travis Neely & Phara Queen, Neely + Queen Design
Cindy Curley & Ryan Johnson, Norwalk Furniture and Design
Ronette Wallace, OTW Interiors & Suburban Contemporary Furnishings
Deb Johnson, Paint Inspirations Inc.
Patti Williams, The Enchanted Cottage
Julie Miller, Tin Lizzie’s
J. Mark Taylor & Grayson Ingram, Traditions Fine Furniture & Design
Ashlyn Johnson Walker, Wild Abandon Grow Co.


Patty Tippit, Home Dazzle Boutique

Pam Cravens, Vintage Gypsy Boutique

In addition to viewing this stunning property, visitors will be able to purchase items for their own homes, as everything in the Show House is for sale.

“We are so excited to bring you this spectacular home,” Rakhmatullaev said. “Please join us and our wonderful designers, and know you are helping further our mission of inspiring the next generation of music lovers!”

Ticket information and directions to the home can be found on the OKCPHIL website at or by phone at (405)232-7575