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Three Tcheers for Tchaikovsky! with the OSU Symphony Orchestra

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As one of the premier purveyors of the arts in Oklahoma, OSU – Stillwater is a vibrant center of musical talent. On Tuesday, April 17, at 7:30 P.M., guests of the Atherton will have the chance to catch the final performance of the OSU Symphony Orchestra’s extraordinarily successful 2017/2108 season. That success is due in no small part to Maestro Thomas Taylor Dickey, whose illustrious conducting career has take him across the globe, from Shenyang, China, to Bacau, Romania, to Winnipeg, and back to Stillwater, where he’s polished the OSU Symphony Orchestra’s playing to a fine, cosmopolitan luster. The final concert of the season, Three Tcheers for Tchaikovsky!, will feature excerpts from two of the Russian composer’s best-known operas, Eugene Onegin and The Queen of Spades, as well as the entirety of Symphony No. 5. The groundbreaking Fifth Symphony is known for its recurring “Fate Theme,” which in movement 1 recalls a funeral dirge, but by the final movement, has modulated into a soaring march of liberation. We hope you will be able to join us at the Seretean Center for the Performing Arts on April 17 to celebrate another year of musical magic with Maestro Dickey and the OSU Symphony Orchestra.

Address: 132 Seretean Center Performing Arts, Stillwater, OK 74078

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Dubbed the “Waldorf of the West” when it opened in 1950, the Atherton at OSU was the first purpose-built hotel located in a university Student Union.

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