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    Armstrong Auditorium


    A concertgoer's dream, the magnificent Armstrong Auditorium is home to the Armstrong International Cultural Foundation’s performing arts series. The auditorium is located 20 minutes north of downtown Oklahoma City near Bryant Avenue and Waterloo Road in Edmond.

    Now in its 17th season, the series features a veritable “who’s who” of today’s brightest classical music stars including vocalists Stephanie Blythe, Frederica von Stade and Samuel Ramey, pianists André Watts and the 5 Browns, the Berlin Philharmonic Wind Quintet, the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields, the Romeros Guitar Quartet, the Canadian Brass, the Vienna Choir Boys and the Russian National Ballet—among many others.

    Adorned with Swarovski-trimmed chandeliers, Baccarat crystal candelabra, American cherry wood veneers, Spanish marble and Azerbaijani onyx, the hall’s superb acoustics and soaring Swans in Flight sculpture all combine to set Armstrong Auditorium a jewel in the cultural crown of Oklahoma.

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    • # of Parking Spaces: 357
    • Distance from Conv. Ctr (miles): 25
    • Languages:
      • English
    • Max Group Size: 100
    • Meeting Rooms:
    • Miles from Downtown/Bricktown: 25
    • Miles to Airport: 32
    • Motorcoach Parking:
    • Parking Charge $: 0.00
    • Est. Viewing Time: 60
    • Admission - Adult: Free
    • Admission - Children: Free
    • Admission - Group: Free
    • Admission - Member: Free
    • Admission - Senior: Free
    • Admission - Student: Free
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