April 2, 2017
This all-professional Choral ensemble based in England comes to St. Paul’s to sing sacred literature by Orlando Gibbons, Giovanni Palestrina, John Tavener and Arvo Pärt. Peter Phillips, conductor. Tickets are limited vision. Pick up tickets at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Monday –Friday 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. $20 suggested donation per ticket.
Join the Cathedral Chamber Singers as they offer a service of lessons and carols for the Lenten season. The service is followed by a free organ recital by Portland-area organist Doug Schneider (Salem, OR) at 6:00 pm. For full Trinity Vespers schedule, visit http://trinity-episcopal.org/music/trinity-vespers.
April 3, 2017
Monday Musical Club of Portland presents a Duo Piano Concert featuring three, two-piano teams of Monday Musical members. The program contains a wide variety of types of music. Performance is followed by coffee, tea, and homemade cookies. Monday Musical Club was founded in 1904 and has supported music in Portland throughout the years. The scholarship… More
Since winning the Premio Paolo Borciani competition in Italy in 2005, the Pavel Haas Quartet has established itself as one of the great chamber ensembles of today, performing at the world’s most prestigious concert halls and recording five award-winning CDs. Gramophone says: “They represent the best of the Czech tradition – warmth, sonorousness, individuality, intensity; but… More
Black Violin’s music is a genre-shattering fusion of classical, hip-hop, jazz, country, and rock that has sold out concert halls the world over the past two years. CMNW and Portland’5 Centers for the Arts are pleased to welcome back this groundbreaking duo of Wil Baptiste and Kev Marcus, who sold out the “Schnitz” last February…. More
April 4, 2017
Peter Phillips brings his Grammy-award winning Tallis Scholars to Portland and Seattle with the program METAMORPHOSIS, including music by Renaissance masters as well as by modern composers John Tavener, Arvo Pärt, Igor Stravinsky, and Gustav Holst. Program repeats April 5, 7:30 pm, St James Cathedral, 804 9th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98104. Reserve tickets.
April 5, 2017
Award winning violinist Darin Qualls and highly acclaimed pianist Cary Lewis perform a concert of fiery tangos, gypsy rhapsodies and passionate flamenco in a concert celebrating the music of Spain. Featuring Darin Qualls, winner of the Starling Prize for Excellence in Music Performance and awarded a full scholarship to the Cincinnati Conservatory. Following his studies,… More
April 6, 2017
Nicole Hanig and Catherine Jacobs of the University of Portland present the concert “Hard Times Come Again No More: Social Justice in Art Song”. Both students and faculty perform musical pieces that respond to some of the most pressing issues of our time, including displacement, immigration, and inequality. This musical presentation is in collaboration with… More
April 7, 2017
Join Metropolitan Youth Symphony at our 4th Annual Crescendo gala. The evening will be led by emcee, Christa Wessel of All Classical Portland. The Musical Hero Award will be presented to MYS Founder, Lajos Balogh. For 38 seasons Maestro Balogh led MYS in his vision to educate, develop, and promote young musicians from all backgrounds… More