May 2021 Educational Streams
The Oklahoma City Philharmonic has sincerely missed offering our in-person Education & Community Engagement programs for schools and students, especially when we know how incredibly challenging the year has been for educators. Therefore, we have created virtual versions of two of our most popular educational programs as our gift to you, just in time for that end-of-year push, to use at your convenience. While these programs are typically offered to 3rd – 5th grades, we are expanding availability this year to grade levels kindergarten – 6th grade.
Starting Tuesday, May 4 at 8:00 AM, schools may register for FREE, on-demand streaming access to the OKCPHIL Youth Concert and a We’ve Got Rhythm Ensemble Performance.
Viewing counts are unlimited for each stream, but each school must register for their own access. No special memberships or downloads necessary – videos are hosted on unlisted YouTube streams, easily accessible by your designated link. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
The full OKCPHIL Orchestra on the Civic Center Music Hall stage, conducted by Matthew Troy. This 45-minute concert showcases the sights and sounds of the symphony orchestra and highlights each instrument within its musical family.
We’ve Got Rhythm Ensemble Performance
A chamber ensemble consisting of OKCPHIL musicians presents an educational program with music selections ranging from classical to jazz, to pop and movie music. Each school will receive access to the performance of either a string quartet, brass quintet, or mixed jazz ensemble that runs around 30 minutes.
Congratulations on reaching the final weeks of this academic year! The OKCPHIL truly appreciates all that you do for our students and community.
Enjoy our musical gift to you!