Bartlesville Community Concert 2016-2017 Series

80 Seasons of Great Performances in Bartlesville 

 To purchase season tickets, please visit the Bartlesville Community Center box office

Individual concert tickets may be purchased at the Bartlesville Community Center box office or online

 


Sat Sep 24, 2016 @ 7:30PM - |
Wylie & the Wild West


http://www.wyliewebsite.com/


Since 1989, Wylie & the Wild West has become internationally known for their captivating presentation of original and traditional music of America and its colorful West. The group got its start on Ronnie Mack’s Barn Dance at the Palomino Club in North Hollywood, California. Their resume includes over 50 appearances on the Grand Ole Opry along with other notable venues. Wylie is a real life cowboy born into a 4th generation ranching family on the empty sprawl of Northern Montana. He celebrates his unique rural perspective as a prolific singer/songwriter with over twenty albums to his credit. Songs include classics such as “Don’t fence Me In“, “Red River Valley” and “Ragtime Cowboy Joe“.



Tue Nov 15, 2016 @ 7:30PM - |
Steve March-Torme


http://www.stevemarchtorme.com/

Son of the legendary vocalist Mel Torme, Steve March-Torme has honed his unique vocal style over a career in clubs, performance halls, festivals and other venues around the world. Originally sponsored by jazz legends such as Leonard Feather and Quincy Jones, Steve’s stylings cover pop, jazz and standards - many of them performed with his Dad, Mel Torme. Combining a wry sense of humor and a natural feel for romance, with classic melodies, Steve’s performance will enchant you with songs such as “Blue Skies,” “Stardust,” “Every Time We Say Goodbye,” and “The Way You Look Tonight”. 



Tue Feb 14, 2017 @ 7:30PM - |
Shades of Bublé


 

 

http://www.shadesofbuble.com/

With three voices singing incredible songs like "Feeling Good," "Moondance," "Come Fly With Me," "Home," "Everything," "Fever," "Save the Last Dance for Me" and many more, SHADES OF BUBLÉ, a Three-Man Tribute to Michael Bublé brings the swinging standards and pop hits of Michael Bublé to the stage in an unforgettable high-energy concert event.  Delivering a setlist comprised only of songs recorded or performed live by Michael Bublé, this world-class tribute act honors (but doesn't imitate) the sophistication, retro style, and high-energy fun of Bublé himself.



Sun Mar 05, 2017 @ 7:30PM - |
A Band Called Honalee


 

http://www.abandcalledhonalee.com/

Band Called Honalee is a modern-day folk trio inspired by the music and legacy of Peter, Paul and Mary.  Musically accomplished, interactive and energetic, their shows allow audiences to experience this timeless music live onstage once again. The group believes the melodies and messages of the 1960s folk and folk/rock era are just as relevant today as they were when they were first sung, perhaps even more so.  Their mission is to share this uniquely American music with new audiences, while rekindling the passion of life-long fans.  Most of all, they celebrate the power of these songs to inspire people and bring them together once again.



Thu May 04, 2017 @ 7:30PM - |
Travis LeDoyt Tribute to the King


https://vimeo.com/139404324

In 1956, a young singer named Elvis Presley broke onto the American music scene with his now classic ‘Heartbreak Hotel’. By 1960, the young performer had established himself among the vanguard of a new genre known as Rock ‘n’ Roll. Travis LeDoyt’s ‘Tribute to the King’ takes us back to those early years with such hits as “Love Me Tender“, “Hound Dog”. “Are You Lonesome Tonight” and other memorable hits from the classic period of Rock. More than an impersonator, Travis re-creates the flavor and excitement of this newly evolving genre while weaving the story of the young Elvis and his songs into the narrative of the evening. Come out for a rockin’ good time with Elvis/Travis for the grand finale of the BCCA 2016-17 season.


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Frequently Asked Questions

 

Is my donation to Bartlesville Community Concert Association (BCCA) tax deductible?  Yes – donations to BCCA can be considered tax deductible.  We are a 501c(3) organization as recognized by the IRS.

 

Why donate to BCCA?  BCCA works very hard to keep our season memberships affordable.  Through our youth outreach we have had over 400 youth and their sponsors attend our concerts for free.  While we keep our prices low, we depend upon donations to help keep our quality of musicians high.  Many of our performers have been on NPR, PBS, BBC, and have performed at Carnegie Hall, Kennedy Center and many other well-known venues.

 

Does BCCA have any paid staff? We have NO paid staff and rely strictly upon volunteers to run our organization.  Our board members, in addition to volunteering their time, also purchase their own season tickets and do not receive any compensation.

 

How does BCCA spend its money? Approximately 88% of our expenditures are to pay for the musical acts and the community center rental.  The remaining 12% is used primarily for mailings, publicity and general operating expenses. 

 

Is Bartlesville Community Concert Assocation (BCCA) the same as the Bartlesville Community Center (BCC)?  No.   We work closely with the Community Center Staff, use their great box office and we rent the community center for our performances – but we are a separate organization.  

 

What is the source of funding for BCCA? Approximately 63% comes from ticket sales, 22% comes from ad sales in our season program and 14% comes from donations. 

 

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Important Note for CoP and Phillips66 Retirees and Employees!

 

You may be able to apply for matching gifts for any donations made to BCCA. This effectively doubles the impact of your donation. Simply follow these instructions:

 

Guide to Donating to BCCA  – Retirees

·         Go to www.cybergrants.com/conocophillips/donor or http://www.cybergrants.com/phillips66/donor

·         Click on “First time user. Click here to create your password,” and complete the registration process.  Note that an eight-digit employee ID number is required to access the system. Add zeros to the front of the employee ID number to make it eight digits.

·         Once you have registered, you will be taken to the login page.  Log in with your eight-digit employee ID number and the password you created.  Your employee ID number and password will be required to access the system in the future, so be sure to write them down for future reference.

·         Search for the organization BCCA (Specifying the state of OK).

·         Complete and submit the online application.  Once you have submitted the application, there will be a gray bar that reads “Generate Program Voucher.”  You must print out the voucher and send it to the organization with your gift.  The voucher contains instructions for the organization to access the online system and confirm receipt of your gift.  Your gift will not be matched until the organization confirms receipt of your gift.

 

Employees

·         From eStream, go to Library > Employee Programs > Matching Gift Plan.

·         Search for BCCA (specifying the state of OK).

 

·         Complete and submit the online application.  Once you have submitted the application, there will be a gray bar that reads “Generate Program Voucher.”  You must print out the voucher and send it to the organization with your gift.  The voucher contains instructions for the organization to access the online system and confirm receipt of your gift. Your gift will not be matched until the organization confirms receipt of your gift.