September 11, 2016
David Stabler, award-winning former music critic of the Oregonian, offers six monthly music appreciation classes at Classic Pianos. The full set of programs: September 11: 10 Tunes That Shook the World — an iconic piece from each of the past ten centuries. October 16: Warhorses — why the great works rise above others. November 13: Timeless Symphonies — what… More
November 22, 2016
Set during a time when the country is divided by conflicting ideologies and convictions following a contentious presidential election, Paula Vogel’s sweeping, music-rich story plays out one frigid Christmas Eve on the banks of the Potomac River. Presented by Artists Repertory Theatre in shows running November 11 through December 23. Get more information from ART. Reserve… More
December 4, 2016
Oregon Repertory Singers offer the 43rd edition of their “Glory of Christmas” concert, this year including favorite carols and hymns, plus excerpts from Handel’s Messiah. Middle school guest choirs will join for a new arrangement by songwriter, vocalist, and pianist Naomi LaViolette. Three performances: December 4 at 4 p.m., December 9 at 7:30 p.m., and December… More
December 8, 2016
BodyVox is delighted to bring acclaimed artists Morleigh Steinberg and Oguri back to Portland. A playful futility fuels Arcane Collective’s latest production ebb. Continuing their exploration into the quagmire of Beckett’s trilogy novel Molloy, Malone Dies, and The Unnamable, and Waiting for Godot, ebb weaves a tale of decrepit persistence that is nostalgic, melancholic, and… More
Dancer Choreographed Holiday Spectacular. Homemade for the holidays. We’re taking our NW Dance Project company created shows to the big stage at Lincoln Performance Hall. These homemade for holidays shows are annual NW Dance Project tradition, experience the joy! Performances December 8, 9, 10, 7:30 pm. Reserve tickets.
December 9, 2016
Beauty and the Beast comes to life with puppetry, shadow theatre, a multitude of effects, song, drama and comedy in this retelling of the classic La Belle et la Bête in the form of a story-within-a-story-within-a-ship. Recommended for ages 4 and older. Performances through January 8. Get showtimes and reserve tickets. Tickets also available by calling 503-231-9581.
Take part in a Portland holiday tradition, hearing Messiah as Handel would have. Portland Baroque Orchestra’s period instrument players complement a quartet of internationally acclaimed soloists and renowned chamber choir Cappella Romana, under the direction of Gary Wedow. Choose a full-length or highlights performance. Four performances: the complete oratorio at 7:30 p.m. on December 9… More
Featuring Northwest Community Gospel Choir This 18-year tradition keeps getting bigger and better. The region’s premier gospel singers and the Oregon Symphony orchestra will have you on your feet, clapping and shouting, celebrating the true spirit of the season. Don’t miss out on this exhilarating experience! Charles Floyd, conductor Gary Hemenway, music director Performance repeats December 10,… More
Ballet Fantastique’s powerful, vibrant evocation of a brave-hearted heroine whose faith and beauty cut through an ancient world of danger and intrigue. With the University of Oregon Gospel Singers live on stage, and Music Director Andiel Brown as Mordecai. Friday, December 9, 2016 at 7:30 PM Saturday, December 10, 2016 at 7:30 PM Sunday, December… More
December 10, 2016
A Talk by Bo Sullivan. Walls played a crucial role in the Arts and Crafts-era interior. Whether painted, stenciled, fabric-covered or wallpapered, a room’s surfaces were no less an expression of personal taste or artistic ideals than the famous furniture and decorative objects to which they played backdrop. Bo Sullivan is the owner and founder… More