Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame, Tulsa
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This is one of the places that made me fall in love with Tulsa. yes, I said it.... .Tulsa! Who knew?? What an interesting city, with amazing architecture and history-- and the culture-- man... did you... read more »
Great place to visit and the host is inviting. Try to go on an evening when the Jazz groups are playing.
A photographers dream, this place is full of history, at one point during our visit there was a live band outside playing. I was lucky enough to get to this place with the right weather for an amazing... read more »
Old Union Station that is maintained as a jazz museum. Pretty cool looking. They have a music school on the bottom floor. Full stage for performances as well.
This is my second concert there. It is beautiful and great sound.
I am the co-director of the Bassoon Bonanza, a weeklong educational workshop for junior high, high school, and amateur adult students of the bassoon. This is a workshop that pulls in participants from all over the U.S. The experience of holding our workshop at the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame exceeded all expectations! The comments that I’ve received from participants, parents, and friends who appeared for our final participant concert concur that it was a huge success and many are getting ready for next year. The workshop ran the gamut from reed-making to ensemble playing, from masterclasses to a bassoon band and even a jazz improv session that had them jammin' rhythm section CDs! All of this would not have been possible without the very generous help of the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame. The location was perfect, easily accessed from all directions and just a beautiful, comfortable venue for us. The generosity of the JHOF allowed us to actually price the workshop so affordably that we were able to reach more students. In essence, participants received five very full days of instruction for about the cost of two hours of private study! Without the use of the JHOF, the cost most definitely would have been a deterrent to a number of participants attending. Our out-of-state bassoonists were very impressed with all that downtown Tulsa has to offer in addition to our "home" for the week at the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame. We cannot thank you enough for your hospitality the entire week. Our residency at the Jazz Hall of Fame made me realize just how busy it is there! Every day we saw visitors and in the evenings there were often multiple events. Jason and his crew has done a great job with building and running the facility. It is truly a jewel in the crown of the city of Tulsa. We are looking forward to our 2013 event, June 10 - 14.
Its a very nice place for a couple who just want a romantic venue. The musician plays only love songs. It also perfect for a wedding reception. I enjoyed here..
My husband and I were married at the Jazz Hall of Fame on 9-8-12. We had the ceremony outside at the center of the universe and then the reception inside. It was amazing! We had the building the entire day and Jason worked with me and all of our vendors to insure everything went smoothly. For the same price you get about 6 hours at other venues you get this one all day. You can bring your own vendors in which was important to us. Our wedding was beyond fabulous. It is for such a great cause as well. It really is win-win. You should defintely consider this for your wedding! Thanks Stephanie Lee Orr
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