2022-2023 Tulsa Sings! Competition

Grand Prize Winner Announced 

Andrea Pettigrove Bar grew up in Tulsa, a lifelong attendee and graduate of Jenks schools. She earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Musical Theatre from the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Fla., where she was awarded the Jerry Herman Musical Theatre Award for Outstanding Work and Dedication. Favorite past roles include Reno Sweeney in Anything Goes, Babe in Good News, Meredith Parker in Bat Boy, and Marian Paroo in The Music Man. Upon graduation, Andrea moved to New York City, earning acclaim for her role as Dia in The Penguin Tango, an original play that was awarded an Encore run in the New York International Fringe Festival. Andrea’s love of travel led her to audition for Royal Caribbean Cruise Line, where she worked for several years as a Lead Female Vocalist. While working for Royal Caribbean she met her husband, Ofir; they have two beautiful children, Grace (7) and Ethan (3). After living in South Florida, their family moved back to Andrea’s hometown of Tulsa in 2021, where she’s a stay-at-home mom and an active volunteer at Bixby Public Schools. She is thrilled to be back onstage singing with a live orchestra again and honored to collaborate with Scott Coulter and the other finalists. 


Andrea Bar

Bar has a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Musical Theatre from the University of Miami. She previously worked as the Lead Female Vocalist for Royal Caribbean Cruise Line where she met her husband, Ofir. After living in Florida for over 6 years, Andrea and Ofir moved their family back to Andrea’s hometown of Tulsa last year. Andrea is currently a stay at home mom to her two kids, Grace and Ethan.

Ashton Denzel Jones

Jones is qn American lyric baritone, choral conductor, organist, and pianist who was born and raised in Tulsa, OK. Ashton began playing the piano at seven and singing as early as pre-school. Ashton is a 2014 graduate of Union High School. Ashton currently works in education and enjoys traveling, and lives in Kansas City with his daughter, Myah. .

Brock Ryne

Ryne is most known for his singing videos on YouTube (@brockryne). He studies vocals with the amazing Jodie Langel and has most recently worked on “The Polar Express Train Ride” directed by Scott Calcagno and put on by Warner Brothers and Rail Events Productions. He also plays multiple instruments including the piano and drum set. Brock would like to thank everyone who has supported him throughout his journey.

Michelle Eiler

Eiler is a Canadian-American singer and pianist with a passion for sharing the gift of music with the world. She began her music studies at an early age and quickly fell in love with timeless songs as a medium for communicating and connecting with human emotion. Michelle has worked with many wonderful voice teachers and coaches throughout North America. In 2016, Michelle settled in Tulsa with her husband, composer Steven Eiler, where she is the mother of three children and a full-time voice instructor at Oral Roberts University.

Olivia Fu

Fu is 12 years old and a 7th grader at Carver Middle School. Since discovering her love for musical theater last year, Olivia has appeared in many roles, including Little Fiona in “Shrek” and Moana in “Moana Jr.” and will be appearing next as Cruella DeVille in “101 Dalmations.” She loves art, writing, and sometimes reading, and she is thrilled to be a finalist for Tulsa Sings!

Rachel Miller

Miller has been living in Tulsa for three years. She and her husband welcomed a new baby on March 1st and she has given most of the last decade to being a wife and homeschooling mother. Rachel has always loved music. She began vocal training as a young teenager, loving musical styles from Broadway and opera to country and folk. Rachel is honored and delighted to appear with all the wonderful musicians performing in this concert!

Trent Taber

Taber is thrilled to be a part of Tulsa Sings! this year. The last five years, Trent has worked for Jenks Public Schools in the Vocal Music and Special Education departments as well as coaching varsity football for the Trojans. He and his wife, Megan, moved to New York City in February to pursue a career in the performing arts but will always call Tulsa home.


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