July 2, 2016
Featuring Siletz Bay Music Festival Orchestra conducted by Yaacov Bergman, Artistic Director. Program includes: GIOACHINO ROSSINI | Overture to L’italiana in Algeri WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART | Piano Concerto No. 23 in A Major K. 488 Adam Jackson, piano WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART | E Susanna Non Vien! Dove Sono (from Le Nozze di Figaro) Nicole Greenidge… More
The Oregon Bach Festival offers the world premiere of Sir James MacMillan’s Requiem, in company with J.S. Bach’s Magnificat, the Baroque composer’s first major liturgical composition on a Latin text. Matthew Halls conducts the OBF Orchestra, with soloists Amanda Forsythe, Sherezade Panthaki, Christopher Ainslie and Nicholas Phan. Reserve tickets.
Robert Levin returns with some of the world’s greatest period musicians who are the faculty of the Oregon Bach Festival to perform classic chamber works by Beethoven and Mozart. Program includes: Beethoven’s Horn Sonata in F Major, op. 17 Beethoven’s Quintet for Piano and Winds in E-flat Major, op.16 Beethoven’s Duo for Clarinet and Bassoon Mozart’s Quintet for Piano… More
July 3, 2016
CMNW festival favorites will wow audiences in this string spectacular featuring Andrew Norman’s Gran Turismo for eight violins and Gordon Jacob’s Suite for Eight Violas. You won’t want to miss this grand display! Program includes: J. S. BACH – “Lass mein Herz die Münze sein“ from Cantata No. 163 J. S. BACH – “Ich fürchte nicht des… More
Irving Berlin (18881989) is one of the most famous, prolific and enduring songwriters of the 20 th century. God Bless America, There’s No Business Like Show Business, White Christmas, and Blue Skies are just a short sampling of the more than 1000 songs Irving Berlin wrote during his long career. And nearly 90 years later… More
Astoria’s own North Coast Symphonic Band, conducted by David Becker, is joined by vocalists Andy and Rachel Becker for a program of patriotic audience favorites in new arrangements. This special community event is free; tickets available at the Liberty Theater Box Office, 1203 Commercial Street in Astoria.
The Oregon Bach Festival presents this energetic vocal concert by more than eighty highly-skilled international high school singers who have come together for a training course with one of the nations top choral conductors, Anton Armstrong. The culmination of their efforts includes a performance of Haydn’s St. Nicholas Mass. Reserve tickets.
July 4, 2016
Featuring the Siletz Bay Music Festival Orchestra conducted by Yaacov Bergman, Artistic Director. AARON COPLAND | Old American Songs Simple Gifts (Shaker Song) At The River (Hymn Tune) Ching-A-Ring Chaw (Minstrel Song) Nicole Greenidge Joseph, soprano MOSES HOGAN | I Want Jesus to Walk With Me Nicole Greenidge Joseph, soprano; Clairdee, jazz vocalist DICK HYMAN… More
Celebrate the 4th of July with this powerhouse evening of fireworks for strings including Andrew Norman’s explosive Gran Turismo for eight violins and Gordon Jacob’s Suite for Eight Violas. You won’t want to miss this grand display! Program includes: S. BACH – “Lass mein Herz die Münze sein“ from Cantata No. 163 J. S. BACH – “Ich… More