click here for printable version...
The Coventry Chorale, a member of the Arts and Humanities Council of Tulsa, would produce the concert enlisting the aid of choirmasters and singers from Trinity, St. Dunstan's, St. John's, Holland Hall and the Chorale. The concert would take place at 8:46 a.m. the morning of September 11 in the Nave of Trinity Episcopal Church, and be FREE and open to the public.
The Chorale will contract with Aldee Marquis of the Tulsa Philharmonic to provide an orchestra for the performance, directors of the participating choirs would each conduct part of the concert and soloists would be chosen from members of participating organizations. This concert of the Mozart "REQUIEM" will not conflict with the Memorial Concert being planned by the Tulsa Philharmonic the evening of Septembrt 11 at 8:00 p.m. in Chapman Music Hall.
Singers for the "REQUIEM" concert should be experienced choral singers, good sightreaders or fast learners, and above all be able to perform at 8:46 a.m. on September 11. Music for the "REQUIEM" is available from Saied Music Co. (742-5541) or by logging on to www.rollingrequiem.org and clicking on the 'sheet music' link. Copies are also available at no cost from the public domain library, www.cpdl.org. The "REQUIEM" is listed by individual movements, can be downloaded, and multiple copies made.
More information here as well.
Russell Banks reading a selection of his works
The University of Tulsa
8:00 P.M., Chapman Hall
A prolific writer of fiction, his titles include
Continental Drift, Success Stories, Affliction, The
Sweet Hereafter, Rule of the
Bone, and Cloudsplitter.
Two of his novels have been adapted to feature-length
films, The Sweet Hereafter and Affliction. He is the
screenwriter of a
film adaptation of Continental Drift.
Mr. Banks has won numerous awards and prizes for his
work, among them a Guggenheim Fellowship, O. Henry and
American Short Story Award, The John Dos Passos Award,
and the Literature Award from the American Academy of
and Letters. Continental Drift and Cloudsplitter were
finalists for the Pulitzer Prize in 1986 and 1998
was short listed for both the PEN/Faulkner Fiction
Prize and the Irish International Prize.
Living Arts Cabaret
FEATURED ARTISTS: Tony Romanello - performing a special solo-acoustic set, Tony will not only enchant his audience with the lyrical wonder of his past three albums, but he will also take you on a melodic journey through his latest album, ³Counting Stars². Tony¹s work with the Tony Romanello Band is both hard-edged and intelligent rock. His vocal and playing style is nothing less than ethereal.
And: Captain Chambers-The Phoenix. Captain Adam Chambers is a poet, as well as an aspiring writer and filmmaker. His poetry is a reflection of his inner-self, and the influences that surround him. This collection of poems shadows his feelings of loneliness and heartache, yet they offer hope, a distinct flair for the romantic, and even sensuality.
Open Mic following.
$5. at the door or $3. for Members
Greenwood Cultural Center
322 N Greenwood,
Greetings fellow poets and poetry lovers. Once again, the time has arrived to come together and share the gift of WORD. Please join me at Greenwood Cultural Center on Saturday, September 21, 2002. Open Mic begins at 7pm. Poet sign up starts at 6:30. I hope to see you there!
Also, you may email me if you would like details on THE ART OF WORD, poetry SLAM being held at Greenwood Cultural Center on Saturday October 5th!
Filmed lecture series:
war, terrorism, and economic sanctions with Howard Zinn, noam Chomsky, others. 7-8:30 pm.
at All Souls Unitarian Church,
2952 S Peoria
The Celebration of Books, featuring Isabel Allende
The Brady Theater
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
The opening ceremony for the Celebration of Books, featuring Oprah author Isable Allende. For tickets or for more information about the entire Celebration, contact Teresa Miller at 918-594-8215.
Sponsored by The Oklahoma Center for Poets and Writers--OSU Tulsa