More than 150 attend event prior to Time for Three concert
This performing arts series proves that man has incredible potential.
Director Shane Granger speaks to local service clubs.
Opening events include speeches from Member of the Knesset Michael Oren, archaeologist Eilat Mazar, and Armstrong International Cultural Foundation chairman Gerald Flurry
The partnership between a religious leader and an archaeologist—and its value to young people
New 2017–2018 season at Armstrong Auditorium includes 10 performances.
British journalist speaks to hundreds about Arab-Israel impasse.
Consul General of Israel to the Southwest U.S. focuses on Israeli security situation.
Israel theme includes forum, reception and concert.
Armstrong guests hear the ‘Voices of Ireland.’
Ballet company performs Spanish-themed ballet two nights in a row
Musical based on biblical heroine premieres at Armstrong Auditorium.
Oklahomans experience “A Night in Ancient and New China.”
Quintessential chamber jazz group plays for hundreds.
Oklahoma artists team up for foundation concert series.
Canadian dance troupe rehearses, records for three days before Armstrong show
Armstrong International Cultural Foundation’s Shane Granger and Edwin Trebels connect with other professionals.
Event promotes understanding and cooperation among cultures
Armstrong International Cultural Foundation’s Edwin Trebels delivers presentation on igniting change.
Shane Granger introduces Armstrong International Cultural Foundation to some of city’s leaders.
Grammy-winning mariachi band performs upbeat program
Russian dance troupe brings Cinderella and The Sleeping Beauty to more than 1,000
Armstrong International Cultural Foundation marks 20 years this month.
Moscow Festival Ballet streams live for Trumpet account holders