"In the Creek Indian Language, the name Hyechka (hi-each-ka) is synonymous with music, music lover or music maker. In October 1904, Tulsa's Hyechka Club was organized to advance the interest in, to promote the culture of musical art in Tulsa and to promote the mutual improvement of its members."


Wednesday, April 16, 2014

All Souls Unitarian Church, 2952 S. Peoria

Coffee and Snacks -10 a.m.

Program - 10:30 a.m.



Cantique de Jean Racine, by Gabriel Faure
Duetto: Blanche-Marie et Marie-Blanche, by Andre Messager

Linda Frazier and Nancy Farmer, sopranos | Anna Norberg, piano

Snowy Morning Blues, by James P. Johnso
Blue Moon, by Richard odgers and Lorenz Hart
Carolina Shout, by James P. Johnson                                

Barron Ryan, piano

The Harwelden Mansion, the Harwells, and the recently returned original Knabe grand piano  

Susan Swatek, Literary

The event is free and open to the public


Linda Frazier and Nancy Farmer became friends through the Chancel Choir at Boston Avenue Methodist Church many years ago. The opportunity to sing in the choir made them realize how much they enjoyed singing duets together. They participated in five Tuesdays at Trinity programs and have sung often for Hyechka and Wednesday Morning Musicale. 

Now that renowned Tulsa pianist Anna Norberg has joined the duet, Linda expressed, “We are thrilled that we are now a threesome.”

Barron Ryan has been described as a “musical phenomenon”, with his passion and love for music being evident throughout his performances. The son of two musicians, Barron has long enjoyed a variety of music, from Beethoven to his childhood favorite, the Glenn Miller Orchestra, and he brings that love of diverse music to his own concerts.

Last year, Barron released his debut solo album, Classical with Attitude, which features classical music infused with jazz and ragtime, and is now working on The Masters’ Apprentice, his next solo album that on which he will replay his own transcriptions of great jazz pianists’ solos. He has performed concerts in the US, Israel, and Japan, and today he is performing for us. Please help me welcome Barron Ryan.



April 17, 2014 - 1:30 pm

Travis Mansion - 2245 South Peoria

Performing Artists

Laura Berman, piano

Sheri Scales-Neubauer, violin | Aaron Beck, piano

For additional information about the event, please visit the Music at the Mansion page.



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