Sistema Tulsa is a free social change through music initiative which has had a demonstrable impact in the Tulsa community and in the lives of young people. The program engages area music teachers and partners including Tulsa Public Schools, local foundations and arts organizations.
Students receive free musical instruction, instruments, method books, snacks, and participate in creative electives. Musical ensembles – Symphony, Strings, Band, and Choir, and Orff orchestras – are the center of this program because they embody a collaborative spirit and caring community; each child is essential to the group as an individual and as a team player. The Sistema curriculum illustrates a whole-person commitment.
Over 500 students and families have been beneficiaries since 2015. Currently, Sistema Tulsa operates 5 after-school learning sites, the Main Hub at Boston Avenue and additional satellites at Grissom, Mayo, Owen, and Tisdale Fine Arts Elementary Schools.
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Chapel Choir is an accomplished 50-member ensemble of middle school & high school youth (6th-12th grades) that leads in worship at the 9:00 service most Sunday mornings. In addition to singing weekly anthems and liturgical responses, this talented group performs...
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