The Northwest Piano Trio presents a concert of Haydn, Bernstein and Brahms at the historic home designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. Wine-tasting begins at 7 p.m. and the music at 7:30 p.m., featuring violinist Heather Mastel-Lipson, cellist Hannah Hillebrand, and Susan McDaniel playing the Gordon House’s Blüthner half concert grand piano. Visit the Gordon House for more […]
Maestro Yaacov Bergman leads the Portland Chamber Orchestra in a program of All-American music, with a host of guest artists: rock violinist and composer Aaron Meyer, jazz guitarist Tim Ellis, soprano Nicole Greenidge Joseph, tenor Brian Tierney and the Lewis & Clark College Cappella Nova Choir under Katherine Fitzgibbon. The program includes Samuel Barber’s Knoxville, Summer of […]
The group holds their 49th Annual Fine Art Exhibit and Sale, featuring more than five hundred original works in oil, watercolor, acrylic, pastel, collage and encaustic created by its 40 artist members. Exhibit hours are 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on April 24 and 25, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on April 26, with an opening reception on […]
John Oules directs this production of the musical, based on Patrick Dennis’ novel, with book by Lawrence and Lee, and music and lyrics by Jerry Herman. At the height of the 1920s, Auntie Mame becomes the guardian of Patrick, her young nephew. Their lives are turned upside down by the Depression, but Mame still lives life to the fullest. […]
The Portland Symphonic Choir concludes its 70th anniversary season with a program of 20th Century music inspired by the writings of William Shakespeare. Included are Ralph Vaughan Williams’ Serenade to Music, Three Madrigals by American composer Emma Lou Diemer, and Music to Hear by jazz legend George Shearing. Members of the Portland Actors Ensemble are featured in full costume throughout in recitals of […]
On the next Thursdays @ Three, host Robert McBride welcomes a quartet of trombones from Big Horn Brass, recognized as a premier Pacific Northwest brass ensemble that infuses ingenuity and authenticity with genuine artistry, resulting in music that “transcends time and transports the listener.” Today’s artists, also members of The Oregon Renaissance Band, play music from […]
In his latest cd reviews blog posting, All Classical’s John Pitman spotlights an exciting new artist on the Classical scene: violinist Itamar Zorman. Not yet thirty years of age, Zorman’s ambition since childhood has been the career of a concert violinist and now, after receiving degrees from Julliard and winning several prestigious awards, including the […]
In the centennial year of Arthur Miller’s birth, Artists Repertory Theatre presents the the playwright’s seldom-performed late masterpiece revolving around two estranged brothers sifting through their deceased father’s estate as they negotiate with a mysterious buyer. Adriana Baer directs this production, with designs by Resident Artists Kristeen Willis Crosser and Sharath Patel. Performances March 31 […]
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