The 2019-2020 Armstrong International Cultural Foundation Performing Arts Series

EDMOND—The 2019-2020 performing arts season of the Armstrong International Cultural Foundation begins September 12 and includes eight concerts with performers representing Italy, Mexico, Russia, Switzerland, the United States and points beyond.

The Four Italian Tenors (September 12)

Presenting Viva Italia!, tenor arias and songs chosen specifically for their first American tour.

Daniel Hope, Violin, With Zurich Chamber Orchestra (November 12)

Violinist, broadcaster, author, award winner and Zurich Chamber Orchestra music director Daniel Hope presents Vivaldi’s Four Seasons along with about 30 members of the orchestra.

Lomazov/Rackers Piano Duo (December 3)

The husband-and-wife duo of Joseph Rackers and Marina Lomazov, each of whom has won major awards and toured across the Americas, Europe, China, Russia, Japan and beyond, perform Variations on 176 Keys.

David B. Hooten, Trumpeter (Jan. 16, 2020)

Having performed as a soloist with symphony orchestras across the state and as far as Ukraine and Thailand, with Thai royalty and for the British Royal Family, the Oklahoma Grammy and Emmy-nominated musician, composer, elected official and restaraunteur performs The Legends of Dixieland.

Ballet Folclorico Nacional de Mexico de Silvia Lozano (Feb. 13, 2020)

The ballet’s 56-year history of promoting the culture of Mexico through dance, music and costume continues with Fiesta of Color.

Vladimir Lande and Siberian State Symphony Orchestra (March 4, 2020)

The Krasnoyarsk-based orchestra and its conductor present an all-Russian program, Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto and Rimsky-Korsakov Scheherezade.

Julian Schwarz, Cellist, Gerard Schwarz and Mozart Orchestra of New York (March 24, 2020)

Father-Son Duos program features Haydn’s Cello Concerto and Vivaldi’s Double Cello Concerto. Cultural foundation concert manager Ryan Malone and his son, Seth, provide a second father-son duo on harpsichord and cello.

Chanticleer (April 23, 2020)

Twelve male singers from San Francisco’s 40-year-old a capella “orchestra of voices” travel the world with Trade Winds.

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