June 4, 2016
Dr. Jeffrey Specht conducts the Oregon Pro Arte Chamber Orchestra performing – Beethoven: Wellington’s Victory – Brahms: Symphony No. 1 – Plus a new work by the winner of the 2016 John Kenneth Cole Composition Prize Tickets: Adults: $17, Seniors (65+) and Students (with ID): $10, Children under 5: free, available at OPACO website.
June 5, 2016
Cultural and societal norms of the past often presented challenges for women composers, whose works were often overshadowed by those of their male counterparts. Despite this, women have a rich history of composition, particularly of chamber music. The Northwest Piano Trio — violinist Heather Mastel-Lipson, cellist Hannah Hillebrand and pianist Susan McDaniel — presents works composed by women between the 19th… More
Dr. Roger G. Nickerson directs the 70-piece orchestra, which consists of amateur and professional musicians from all walks of life. This concert includes Rimsky-Korsakov’s Procession of the Nobles, Skornicka’s Eroica Overture, and Johann Strauss, Jr.’s, Emperor Waltz. Vocalist Patti Perigo is special guest.
The orchestra features comedy in music with Phantom of the Oprah, Duet for Two Cats, Beethoven’s 9th Symphony Mambo and more. On a serious note, Anna Steirer, winner of the symphony’s concerto contest, is soloist in Telemann’s G Major Viola Concerto. Also on the program is the orchestra’annual silent auction, offering vacation rentals, art, wine, collectibles, and jewelry,… More
June 6, 2016
Director April B. Duvic conducts this concert, which commemorates both the ensemble and Duvic, who will be retiring soon. The program features a selection of songs celebrating life, music, and the journey the group has taken since its founding in 1996. Over thirty alumni of the Women’s Choral Ensemble are returning to Clark College to join in… More