Oklahoma Performing Artist Roster
The Performing Artist Roster is a resource list of Oklahoma performing artists who have been vetted by the Oklahoma Arts Council and are available to perform in communities around the state. Artists on the roster include some of the state’s finest soloists, orchestras, and ensembles in music, theatre and dance. Styles range from classical to contemporary to experimental.
Select a Performing Artist to learn more about them
Ballet Flamenco Espanol & Los Ninos De Espana y Mexico
Programming includes representations of the five provinces of Spain, the four schools of Spanish Dance including the oldest Celtic nation in the world, (The Kingdom of Galiz) and all 33 States of Mexico with wooden shoes, castanets and swords.
Mike and Lisa Pahsetopah perform spectacular Native American dances and traditional storytelling. Performances are structured to entertain or educate all types of audiences.
Norahua Mexican Folkloric Dancers of Oklahoma
The Norahua Mexican Folkloric Dancers of Oklahoma, adorned in colorful authentic costumes, combine color and the festive spirit of Old Mexico through a series of folk dances to folkloric music form 15 different Mexican states.
Oklahoma City Ballet
Oklahoma City Ballet has been Oklahoma City's professional ballet company for over 40 years.
Oklahoma Fancy Dancers
The Oklahoma Fancy Dancers are a group of powwow champions that come together to form a professional and highly acclaimed Native American dance troupe.
Osage Ballet performs Wahzhazhe, a contemporary ballet that brings together unique and diverse qualities of Oklahoma history and culture
Perpetual Motion: Modern Dance Oklahoma
Perpetual Motion is an Oklahoma City based non-profit modern and aerial dance company.
Tulsa Ballet is a non-profit, professional ballet company whose mission is to serve as an essential asset of its extended community through internationally acclaimed artistic excellence and exmplary education and outreach.
(Note: Performing Roster artists are not employees of the Oklahoma Arts Council)