Sons of Serendip
Monday | April 29, 2019 | 7:30 PM
Single Tickets are now on sale! Ticket prices range from $19 - $34.
Student tickets are free with the purchase of an adult ticket. In addition college students are also free with school ID.
Chance, luck, divine orchestration, serendipity--whatever it may be called--all feature the coincidence of seemingly random singular events that result in beneficial but unintended outcomes. It can be found anywhere.
Kendall Ramseur, Cordaro Rodriguez, Micah Christian and mason Morton all met at and began sharing thier musical intersts at Boston University.
After graduation in 2012, Michah was called to the deserts of Peru as a volunteer while Mason, feeling uncertain of his path in life, pursued yet another degree in music to buy himself some time to think about who he was and wanted to become. Kendall decided to pesue a career as a solo cellist and singer- songwriter. However, the enormity of getting such a career off the ground pulled him underground to the Boston subways as a busker. Cordaro, graduating with a law degree was faced with hte toughest legal market of the century. Unsure of pursuing law further, he accompanied Kendall in his subway performances.
Finding Micah fresh out of his desert experience, serendipity placed before him the opportunity to audition for America’s Got Talent. He said yes. Micah asked Cordaro to join him. He said yes. Cordaro asked Kendall and Mason to join them. They said yes. Everyone said yes. Not one of them could even tell you why they said yes, and they all would deny having felt any deep moving conviction to say yes. To say yes was as unforeseen to them as the opportunity itself. Neither would they admit that their yes’s were particularly hopeful or excited ones. Rather, their yes was conceived by a thorough and utter resignation to serendipity. And so, the Sons of Serendip were born.
Sons of Serendip were finalists on season 9 of America’s Got Talent. They continue to create beautiful music through the use of a harp, piano, cello, and voice.
The Bartlesville Community Center features CONTINENTAL SEATING with no center aisle and enough room between rows to allow easy passage. Seats 1 & 2 are in the middle of each row. Even numbered seats (2, 4, 6, etc.) are on the north side of the auditorium while odd seats (1, 3, 5, etc.) are on the south side. The lower the number, the closer the seat is to the center. Rows are labeled A through Z plus ZZ with A closest to the stage and Z/ZZ in the back.
Limited accessible seating is available in Rows C & D on the right (south) side of the auditorium; additional seating in rows E & F is also available for those with mobility issues. To purchase seats in this area, please call the Box Office at 918-336-2787.
A $4 handling fee will be added to each ticket at checkout.
All sales are final. No refunds. No exchanges.