July 8, 2016
Emma Schubin, Dalcrose Master and co-founder of Integral Steps, leads this event, in which children and their adults engage in a classical music performance through sensory and movement with the Dalcroze method. All ages are welcome, but children must present ticket for entry and be accompanied by adult. Sponsored by Hillsboro’s Blue Moon Bakery with free baked… More
Ani and Ida Kavafian perform Kristapor Najarian’s A Tale of Two Violins, a moving work that memorializes the Armenian genocide of 100 years ago, joined by acclaimed pianist Giles Vonsattel on George Benjamin’sShadowlines. Program includes: GEORGE BENJAMIN – Shadowlines (2001) KRISTAPOR NAJARIAN – A Tale for Two Violins (2014) Single Ticket Sales begin May 2, 2016. Series Packages… More
The ensemble performs a program that includes includes Hoe-Down by Stacy Philipps, A Sunrise by Liz Nedela, Gershwin’s Summertime, Vivaldi’s “Summer” from his Four Seasons and Dvorák’s American Quartet. Food and wine available for purchase, beginning at 5:30 p.m. No outside food and beverages please. Tickets are limited. Reserve tickets.
Best friends destined to duel. Young lovers destined to part. It’s the right place but the wrong time, as the mutual attraction between Tatiana and Onegin never quite synchronizes, with heartbreaking results. You’ll be drawn inexorably into Tchaikovsky’s “seven lyrical scenes,” an intimate and superbly etched depiction of four young lovers juxtaposed with the harsh… More
The Oregon Bach Festival features pianist and conductor Jeffrey Kahane in a performance of Beethoven’s Concerto No. 1, paired with his son Gabriel’s Guide to the 48 States, a work that is part song cycle and part oratorio, a modern musical dramatization of the New Deal’s WPA of the 1930s. Reserve tickets.
July 9, 2016
Musica Maestrale presents “Songs from the Age of the Birth of Opera,” featuring soprano Arwen Myers, Soprano and Hideki Yamaya on theorbo and Baroque guitar. Local wine and craft food available for purchase at 5:30 p.m., with the concert beginning at 6 p.m. No outside food and beverages, please. Limited seating. Reserve tickets.
Join Gilles Vonsattel, Fred Sherry, Paul Neubauer, Ani Kavafian, Benjamin Hoffman and Dmitri Atapine for an evening featuring three diverse masterpieces by Mozart, Tchaikovsky and Beethoven. Program includes: BEETHOVEN – Duo for Viola and Cello in E-flat Major, WoO 32 (“Eyeglass”) MOZART – Piano Quartet in E-flat Major, K. 493 TCHAIKOVSKY – Piano Trio in A Minor, op…. More
July 10, 2016
The Oregon Bach Festival concludes with a performance that includes more than 230 orchestra members, soloists and choir singers performing Ein deutsches Requiem, described by one critic as “an irresistible force…heaven on Earth.” by the Boston Globe. Matthew Halls conducts the work, paired with another Brahms masterpiece, his Symphony No. 3. Reserve tickets.
The pianist offers cosmic improvisations — on the border between music and science fiction —exploring the universe at large, through the mediums of music and imagination, to delight both terrestrial and extra-terrestrial audiences. David Salminen began his classical studies in 1959, but also took jazz classes in the 1960s with Chuck Mangione. He explored the Asian-flavored… More