OCCC Cultural Arts Series Kicks off Sept. 25
Tickets Still Available
The Cultural Arts Series (CAS) at Oklahoma City Community College(OCCC)will kick off with A Far Cry Chamber Orchestra, Sept. 25 at 7 p.m. in the Bruce Owen Theater. Individual and series tickets are now available.
About A Far Cry Chamber Orchestra
Five years ago, 17 young musicians bent on making music according to their own rules came together to form A Far Cry Chamber Orchestra. Since then, the group has enjoyed an exciting climb toward the highest ranks of today’s new generation of classical ensembles.
Hailed by the Boston Globe as “thrilling,” “intrepid,” and “brilliant,” A Far Cry explores the traditional boundaries of classical music, experimenting with the ways it is prepared, performed, and experienced.
Now in their fourth season, the group has been embraced throughout the world with more than 50 performances across America, three albums, and nearly 100,000 views on YouTube.
For more information about A Far Cry Chamber Orchestra, please visit www.afarcry.org.
The CAS at OCCC will welcome Time for Three on Oct. 23 at 7 p.m. Back by popular demand, the self-described “classically trained garage band” will return to the college to present a concert that transcends traditional classification by including elements of classical, country-western, hip-hop, gypsy and jazz expressions, forming a blend all its own.
Tickets for each concert are now on sale: $25 for adults; $20 for seniors 55+ and OCCC adults; $10 for OCCC students and youth, ages 17 and older. To purchase your individual or season tickets, please choose from the following options:
- Purchase tickets online at www.occc.edu/pas/tickets.html.
- Charge your tickets by calling the Cultural Programs department at (405) 682-7579.
- Stop by the Cultural Programs office (Room 1G1 A in the Main Building just inside SEM Entry 1) to purchase your tickets.
CAS season subscribers may purchase tickets to any of the concerts at a reduced price. For more information about this year’s lineup, please visit www.occc.edu/cas or call (405) 682-7579.