Tulsa Signature Symphony

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The Tulsa Signature Symphony is a professional orchestra-in-residence at Tulsa Community College (TCC). It was founded by Dr. G. Barry Epperley in 1978. Dr. Epperley has announced his retirement effective in 2014. A replacement has not yet been selected.[1][2] The orchestra initially started as a small professional chamber orchestra in 1978 called the Tulsa Little Symphony and in the early 80s became the Oklahoma Sinfonia, presenting a series of pops and light classics at the Brady Theater for more than a decade. In 1997 the orchestra became a much larger ensemble and changed its name to the Tulsa Signature Symphony when it became associated with TCC.[3]

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  1. ^ http://www.tulsaworld.com/blogs/post.aspx?/Barry_Epperley_to_leave_Signature_Symphony_in_2014/34-18527
  2. ^ http://www.urbantulsa.com/gyrobase/Content?oid=oid%3A57912
  3. ^ About the Symphony

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