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Midtown School-Performing Arts

3324 E 31st Street
Tulsa, OK
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(918) 743-5439

Classes. We can assist you with advanced, beginner to advanced, birth to 4 yrs, birthday parties, children to adult, classes, music, private lessons and theater. We make learning fun!, children to adult private lessons, music theater classes, abc music for kidz.


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