Signature Symphony recreates 1979 performance
The Jan. 26 performance will be comprised of pieces by the extended Bach family, including both popular and lesser-known works.
Ticket from the first performance by the Tulsa Little Symphony, now called Signature Symphony.
The 40th anniversary season for Signature Symphony at TCC is filled with fan favorites from the past four decades, and its Jan. 26 concert at the VanTrease Performing Art Center for Education will be like stepping back in time. The concert recreates the first performance from 1979 by the symphony previously known as the Tulsa Little Symphony — down to every piece of music.
“The program was chosen because it’s a great way to honor where we came from,” says Signature Symphony Music Director Andrés Franco of the “Bach and Sons Inc.” Classics concert.
The performance will be comprised of pieces by the extended Bach family, including both popular and lesser-known works. “The program shows what Signature Symphony is all about,” Franco says. “We’re continuing to present world-class local artists 40 years later.”