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
September 13, 2016
Back by popular demand! One of the most iconic R&B groups in music history returns to the Oregon Symphony. The four-time Grammy Award winners have thrilled audiences around the world for more than two decades with their smooth harmonies and enduring themes. Count on them for favorites like End of the Road, I’ll Make Love… More
September 16, 2016
September 17, 2016
Featuring Pacific Youth Choir. Amy Andersson, conductor. Journey to Hyrule and celebrate The Legend of Zelda with Master Quest, the next chapter of the multi-media Symphony of the Goddesses tour! Chronicling favorite moments from the franchise’s 29-year history, Master Quest also includes never-before-performed scores and gorgeous, larger-than-life gameplay imagery from the latest Zelda release, Tri Force… More
September 18, 2016
The Lutheran Choral Association celebrates its 79th season with 5 concerts in the Portland area. Sue Thompson Armentrout directs the choir, accompanied by Karl Jurisons. The repertoire is broad, with music from traditional to down-home gospel, from tender to majestic. There is no charge. An offering will be taken.
September 24, 2016
Flutist Sheridon Stokes, violinist Joseph Gold, violist Karl Albrecht and cellist Annie Harkey-Power present a program that includes works by Mozart and Paganini, as well as flute works from films in which Stokes performed as soloist and other music to be announced. Reservations are required, and directions will be given when reservation is confirmed. Note that… More
The Vancouver Symphony Orchestra present their annual Gala dinner & fund-raising event celebrating the flavor of Vienna, featuring cocktails, dinner and dancing, along with silent and live auctions. The orchestra play familiar pieces by the kings of Austrian music: Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven and, of course, Strauss. All Classical’s Suzanne Nance acts as emcee. Reserve tickets.
Featuring Viktoria Vizin, mezzo soprano and Gábor Bretz, bass. Dale Chihuly’s towering glass sculptures provide a stunning visual dimension for Béla Bartók’s dark and mysterious opera. Mozart’s celebratory Symphony No. 31 balances the evening nicely. And what kicks off a 120th Anniversary Season better than a world premiere? Carlos Kalmar, conductor. Performances repeat September 25 & 26, 7:30… More
The first concert of PCO’s 70th season celebrates the constantly evolving, ever changing, and yet forever optimistic spirit of youth. Program includes: Dimitri Shostakovich……Concerto No. 1 IN C Major for Piano, Trumpet and Strings Raley Schweinfurth, Piano Grigory Frid………………………….…The Diary of Anne Frank Ani Maldjian, Soprano Program repeats September 25, 3:00 pm, Agnes Flanagan Chapel… More
Featuring Special Guest Artist – Erin Adair, Flute Newport Symphony Orchestra performs with Adam Flatt, Conductor. Mozart – Overture to The Abduction from the Seraglio Stravinsky – Suite No. 1 for Small Orchestra Bloch – Suite Modale for flute and strings Schuller – Seven Studies on Themes of Paul Klee Liszt – Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 Concert… More