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Spring 2021 Schedule Update

OKCPHIL Concert Scheduling Updates

January, 11, 2021

In an effort to keep you updated as we respond to the continuing COVID-19 safety concerns, below please find the plans for the remaining OKCPHIL POPS and Inasmuch Foundation CLASSICS series of the 2020-21 Season.  Whether a Classics or Pops Subscriber, please make note of these updates on your calendar. We thank you for working with us as we continue to adapt to ensure the health and safety of our musicians, patrons, and staff.

We are approaching each concert thoughtfully, with a desire to bring you options that suit your immediate concert-going needs. For each concert, your Subscriber ONLY options include:

  1. Attending a Socially Distanced performance
  2. Attending a Socially Distanced Dress Rehearsal
  3. Selecting to receive a Digital Stream to enjoy the concert in the comfort of your own home.

As always, our customer service representatives Daryl and Corbin are here to help M-F 10AM to 5PM at (405) 842-5387! Thank you for your ongoing support of the OKCPHIL. We will be in touch with you again before your next concert to help you select your preferred option to enjoy these subscription concerts.

Tentative Schedule: (* indicates no changes)

February    19-20        POPS: Ragtime & All that Jazz (program date change)
February    27              CLASSICS: Shostakovich-Burst of Energy*
March         13              CLASSICS: Sibelius-The Inner Realm (rescheduled from 11-21-20)
March         20              CLASSICS: Beethoven -A Birthday Celebration (rescheduled from Jan. 9)
April            2-3             POPS: The Music of Queen*
April            10              CLASSICS: Tchaikovsky-Only Tchaikovsky!*
April            24              CLASSICS: Bach-River Deep, Royal High(ness) (rescheduled from January 30)
April       30-May 1      POPS: Blockbuster Broadway!*
May              8               CLASSICS: Copland-American Stories*
June              5               CLASSICS: Mozart-German Dexterity and Panache*
June           11-12          POPS: Music from Home (replaces Heartland)

Thank you for you continued patience and support of the OKCPHIL as we navigate this unprecedented season.

 

Pops 2 - A Classic Christmas

The OKCPHIL Announces that “A Classic Christmas” will go Virtual

The health and safety of our musicians, patrons and community are of the utmost importance to us at the OKCPHIL. In response to the Mayors 10 Days #Power10 proclamation associated with the increase in Covid-19 cases in our community and a diminished capacity of ICU beds able to treat patients, we have determined it is best to take our A Classics Christmas virtual! Despite the current health challenges in our city we hope to let the sounds and spirit of Christmas fill every corner of our community through virtual connections everywhere, and we hope you and your family will be a part of it, as we adapt during these challenging times. The single tickets for the Digital Concert Stream are now available for purchase for $20 at okcphil.org or okcciviccenter.com and the performance will be available on demand for viewing and reviewing during an extended timeframe of December 6 through the 25, Christmas Day!

Loyal Subscribers
Our loyal Subscribers will receive an added benefit of receiving an additional complimentary link of the Digital Concert Stream to share with family and friends, allowing them access to view the concert even though family members may not be able to travel to be with you this season. Additionally, Subscriber will receive exclusive gifts from our community partners via e-mail leading up to Christmas. You never know what surprise will be waiting in your inbox this Christmas!

By making this special program accessible to the whole community from the comfort of your own homes, we hope to bring families together virtually, inspiring hope through beautiful music. Agnieszka Rakhmatullaev the Executive Director of the OKCPHIL said “While we will present the performance socially distanced among the performers with no audience in the theater, we are striving to be nimble in fulfilling our mission to the community, which is to bring inspiration and joy through orchestral music. We are so grateful for our board, donors, sponsors, patrons and partners at the Civic Center. Everyone has been so gracious, understanding, and supportive as we adapt to the challenges brought on by 2020. We look forward to a bright future when we can all gather again safely to enjoy live orchestral music.”

January Concerts Postponed

In response to the rising Covid-19 numbers and out of an abundance of caution the OKCPHIL additionally announces the postponement of the following January concerts:

A Beethoven Birthday Celebration, originally scheduled for January 9;
Ragtime and All that Jazz originally scheduled for January 22-23 and;
River Deep, Royal High(ness) – Featuring Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto scheduled for January 30.

*New program dates will be announced in January. For updates on this and other OKCPHIL performances go to www.okcphil.org or call (405) 842-5387 M-F 10AM  to 5PM.

Classics 2 - November 21st

OKCPHIL Announces the Postponement
of November 21st concert

Due to the rising seven day rolling Covid-19 rate, the diminished capacity of intensive care hospital beds in our area this week, and our commitment to do our part for the overall health and safety of our community, we are postponing the November 21st Classics concert entitled “The Inner Realm” featuring the works of Sibelius, Rautavaara and Johannsson until Saturday, March 13, 2021. Current ticket holders need take no further action. All currently seated patrons will automatically be moved to the new date. Thank you for your ongoing patronage and commitment to the OKCPHIL during these difficult times. For the latest updates on this and other OKCPHIL performances go to www.okcphil.org or call (405) 842-5387 M-F 9am to 5pm.

Brent Hart, Board President of the OKCPHIL says “The immediate safety of our patrons, musicians, and staff is our top priority. The OKCPHIL team, in partnership with public health professionals, developed strict safety protocols which have proved effective at minimizing the risk of transmission during our performances. Based on the recent escalation in cases and hospitalizations, it is only appropriate for us to adapt our plans to reduce the risks in our community”.

Agnieszka Rakhmatullaev, Executive Director of the OKCPHIL, “We greatly value the ongoing commitment, understanding, and flexibility our patrons bring to the work of the OKCPHIL. While we understand that the postponement of this concert is not ideal, we believe that we are making the right decision given this week’s circumstances. We look forward to bringing this program back onto our stage on March 13”.

All patrons are encouraged to visit the okcphil.org website regularly to keep abreast of the most up to date concert announcements. In addition, we will do our best to keep all ticket buyers informed via e-mail. If you have not provided your e-mail to us please sign up at okcphil.org today, as this is the most expeditious way to inform our community of the latest updates.