Davis-Waldorf Performing Arts Series

Davis-Waldorf Performing Arts Series: Mariachi Rosas Divinas

The all-female Mariachi Rosas Divinas represent a new wave of innovation in a tradition dominated by male musicians. Buoyed by trumpets, violins, guitars, the Divinas will put an emphatic period on the end of the season with traditional songs and fun for the whole family!

The Davis-Waldorf Performing Arts Series is coordinated by Dr. Kenneth Bohannon, music professor and music department coordinator.

Davis-Waldorf Performing Arts Series: The Floyd Haynes Orchestra

The Floyd Haynes Orchestra is one of Oklahoma’s premiere big band orchestras and they’ll be helping lovers, young and old, celebrate Valentine’s Day with a dance in the USAO Ballroom. With a repertoire that stretches from the 1920s through today and veteran players who have performed with the biggest names in show business, this promises to be a Valentine’s Dance for the ages!

The Davis-Waldorf Performing Arts Series is coordinated by Dr. Kenneth Bohannon, music professor and music department coordinator.

Davis-Waldorf Performing Arts Series: Dan Kamin's Comedy in Motion

Davis-Waldorf Performing Arts Series presents comedian Dan Kamin in Comedy in Motion—A Cheap Evening of Expensive Theatre. In Comedy in Motion, Kamin lampoons smarmy magicians, pompous divas, texting drivers “and other annoying people who try my patience and risk my life.” Come find out why Dan’s been called “demented, charming and brilliant.

Davis-Waldorf Performing Arts Series: Best Of Broadway Showstoppers

A concert featuring the Best of Broadway Showstoppers is scheduled to begin at 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 23 in Te Ata Memorial Auditorium as part of the Davis-Waldorf Performing Arts Series (DWPAS).

The show is expected to feature material from popular Broadway shows including The Producers, Spamalot, Chicago, Phantom of the Opera, Les Miserables, Fiddler on the Roof and Wicked.

Bach to the Future

Critically acclaimed Bach to the Future is an exciting classical/jazz quartet transforming famous classical melodies into jazz, Latin, and other contemporary rhythms. Their concerts are an exciting blend of virtuoso musicianship, intriguing cutting edge instruments, and a dash of good humor.

Celtic Spring

A burst of energy. Driving music. Riveting dancing. Youthful exuberance. Unparalleled talent all in one family. Celtic Spring is six siblings who play the fiddle and step-dance, backed by mom on keyboard and their dad on percussion. Seen by millions through many television appearances, Celtic Spring’s music hails from Ireland, Scotland, and Cape Breton, Nova Scotia.

Davis-Waldorf Series: The Golden Dragon Acrobats

This performance will mark the second time that the Golden Dragon Acrobats have wowed attendees at Oklahoma’s only public liberal arts university. The acrobats thrilled a capacity audience upon their first visit to campus in 2006 with death-defying stunts that have lingered long in the memory of those who attended the show.

Dr. Ken Bohannon, associate professor of music and coordinator of the Davis-Waldorf Performing Arts Series, is ecstatic to welcome the Golden Dragon Acrobats back to Chickasha.

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