Featuring the Gryphon Trio and Patricia O’Callaghan.
A special cabaret program that evokes open skies, dark tales, and lazy afternoons. From Arlo Guthrie to Aaron Copland, Charles Ives to Randy Newman, these are songs where nostalgia and hardship walk comfortably hand in hand. A southern waltz by Gillian Welch next to a northern ballad by Ron Sexsmith leaves one feeling the vast and beating heart of Americana and beyond.
Doors open at 6:45 p.m. for wine and hors d’oeuvres.
The Gryphon Trio exemplifies chamber music as a living tradition: they treasure the heritage of the past, actively commission and promote works by living composers, and eagerly share it all with listeners around the world. For the Trio’s return to Tulsa, they offer inventive programs that reflect their wide-ranging intellectual, cultural, and musical curiosity. Prepare yourself to be charmed by these fascinating musicians!
Patricia O’Callaghan is something of a wandering minstrel. Her fifteen-year career has taken her across genres, continents, and a range of disciplines and passions. One of Patricia’s most unique talents is the ability blend a variety of languages and musical genres seamlessly together in her concerts, and completely embody whatever style she is singing at any given moment.