Armstrong Auditorium

Armstrong Auditorium, which has been awarded the highest honors, is home to the Armstrong International Cultural Foundation’s performing arts series. This series features a wide range of performers from classical, jazz, and folk music as well as theatre, classical ballet, and folk dance. The auditorium is located on the Herbert W. Armstrong College campus, just 20 minutes north from downtown Oklahoma City. It can be found near Bryant Avenue in Oklahoma City and Waterloo Road north Edmond. Performing Arts Series

Armstrong Auditorium houses the Armstrong International Cultural Foundation Performing Arts Series. The series has been home to a wide range of stars from classical, jazz, and folk music since 1998.

Kelli O’Hara and Brian Stokes Mitchell, Broadway icons, are among the performers. Frederica von Stade and Frederica Gunn are also on the stage. Joshua Bell, the Academy of St Martin in the Fields, the Eroica Trio and the Romero Guitar Quartet are some of the other musicians. Doc Severinsen is a trumpeter and Branford Marsalis, NEA Jazz Masters Honoree, is one of many.