Tulsa Sings! names four finalists

Samuel Briggs, Dennis Crookedacre, Molly Crookedacre and Majeste Pearson will compete and be featured in concerts April 5-6.


Samuel Briggs, Dennis Crookedacre, Molly Crookedacre and Majeste Pearson


Signature Symphony at Tulsa Community College named four finalists in the second annual Tulsa Sings!, a vocal competition embedded with the professional orchestra. This year’s finalists include a father and daughter, a local actor and a former Tulsa Achieves student.

Samuel Briggs, Dennis Crookedacre, Molly Crookedacre and Majeste Pearson will compete and be featured in concerts April 5-6 at the VanTrease Performing Arts Center for Education, 10300 E. 81st St.

“I heard from so many of our audience members that our first Tulsa Sings! was their favorite concert ever,” says Andrés Franco, Signature Symphony at TCC Music Director. “The level of talent is unbelievable, and you — our audience — get to participate by helping us choose an audience favorite. It is definitely one of my favorite concerts of the year because everyone gets to play a part in the process.”

The finalists will join Signature Symphony at TCC on stage for Tulsa Sings! II: The Bernstein/Robbins Centennial. The performance features the collaborations of Leonard Bernstein and Jerome Robbins, two of Broadway’s most legendary figures. An audience favorite will be selected by audience votes at each performance and announced at the end of each evening for special recognition.

The Tulsa Sings! grand prize winner will be selected by a panel of judges and announced following Saturday’s performance. In addition, the grand prize winner will have the opportunity to be featured in an upcoming Signature Symphony concert during the 2019-2020 season.

Call 918-595-7777 or visit signaturesymphony.org to purchase tickets.


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