Bartlesville Symphony Presents a Musical Valentine Date Night

The Bartlesville Symphony Orchestra’s February 10 “Celebrate Romance!” concert promises amour and more!  Popular love songs will weave among romantic classical selections to make for a delightful evening for lovers of every age. The concert begins at 7:30 and tickets are still available.

Timeless standards like “Stardust” and “Body and Soul” will kindle memories, while 80’s hits like “Somewhere Out There” and “Through the Years” will touch younger generations. And the spectacular overture to the 1993 movie “Much Ado About Nothing” will join with brilliant excerpts from Berlioz’ rarely-heard “Romeo and Juliet” to add a Shakespearean bent to the wide-ranging concert. More pop favorites will blend with classical selections by the likes of Walton, Grieg, and Elgar to create a memorable romantic musical mix. Lauren Green will be on the podium. Music of many styles will make this a concert full of fun and romance, as movies, Broadway, pops and the classical world meld together to create a magical evening for young and old alike.

Special guest artist, Tiffany Coburn, will add luster and passion as she makes her debut with the BSO.  Ms. Coburn is a well-known vocalist at Disney’s Epcot Center as well as with Voctave, a popular acapella group. She has toured with TRUTH, Sandi Patty, The Continentals and the Day of Discovery Singers and performed with The Boston Pops, the Orlando and Charlotte Philharmonic Orchestras, appearing at Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall, among other notable venues. Ms. Coburn will enamor the audience with exciting renditions of “Love In Any Language” “The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face” and “You’ll Never Walk Alone”, among others.

            Additionally, the symphony has partnered with The Price Tower to provide a special custom date night package for the Saturday, February 10 performance. The package includes a three-course gourmet meal for two created for this event and prepared by Wright Chef Jimmy Sanabria, along with a viewing of the Price Tower Art Gallery and two tickets to the concert. A glass of champagne and roses included! Call the BSO Office at 918-336-7717 for more details and pricing. 

To purchase tickets for the concert, stop by the BCC box office, call 918-336-2787 or by visit:

About the Bartlesville Symphony Orchestra

Performing under the leadership of Maestro Lauren Green, the Bartlesville Symphony Orchestra is celebrating the 60th Diamond Anniversary Season.  Established in 1957, the BSO provides cultural enrichment, music education, and performing arts appreciation for Bartlesville and surrounding communities. The BSO is a professional/community orchestra consisting of professional, student, and volunteer musicians. The Bartlesville Symphony’s concerts are presented in part with the assistance of the Oklahoma Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts. For season concert tickets or general information visit