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March 17, 2018

PCSO: Schumann and Dvořák

Drama and passion are embodied in two works considered among the finest musical examples of the 19th century. The Portland Columbia Symphony Orchestra welcomes the return of extraordinary pianist Sara Davis Buechner performing one of the most beautiful piano concertos in the repertoire. Antonin Dvorak’s dramatic and intense Symphony No. 7 closes this concert. The… More

BSO: Spring Concert

The Beaverton Symphony Orchestra presents its Spring Concert, Music from the Land of Make Believe. This is a family concert sure to delight kids of all ages. The concerts are Friday, March 16 at 7:30pm and Sunday, March 18 at 3pm both at the Village Church, 330 SW Murray Blvd., Beaverton. For details and tickets,… More

LOOP: The Student Prince

Light Opera of Portland presents The Student Prince. In this story, Karl Franz, prince of the kingdom of Karlsberg, has grown up sheltered and under tutors. Since childhood, he has been engaged to Princess Margaret. His grandfather, the king, sends him to improve his social skills as a regular student at the venerable University of Heidelberg…. More

NSO: David Stiers

In memory of the Newport Symphony Orchestra’s long-time Resident Conductor, David Ogden Stiers, Conductor Adam Flatt will dedicate its March concert to Stiers who passed away March 3. The concert will open with a special prelude in Stiers’ honor. Clarinetist Narek Arutyunian will join the NSO to perform Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto. Concerts take place Saturday, March 24… More

Bag & Baggage: Death and the Maiden

Ariel Dorfman’s explosively provocative, award-winning drama is set in a country that has only recently returned to democracy and still struggles with a fascist, violent history. In many ways, Death and the Maiden has more to say to America today than it ever has, and is a chilling, gripping tale of revenge and paranoia. Performances March 8… More

NCRD: Single Malt Q-tet

The North Coast Recreational District presents the Single Malt Q-tet. In 2015, three jazz musicians played together for the first time in Bucharest, Romania in front of several thousand people.  During this European tour, the group Single Malt Trio was formed.  Brent Follis (Ari Shapiro, Pink Martini), Dan Faehnle (Diane Krall, Pink Martini) and Phil… More

Sunriver Music Festival: Piano Showcase

The Sunriver Music Festival presents “Piano Showcase: From Bach to Boogie to Jazz!” This 2-day event will be enjoyed by Central Oregon visitors and residents of all ages. Concerts and workshops are geared toward music-makers and music-appreciators alike. The Festival features classical pianist Tanya Gabrielian, boogie-woogie blues extraordinaire Arthur Migliazza, and jazz pianist Randy Porter. The concert Friday, April 13… More

ART: Between Riverside and Crazy

Retired cop and recent widower Walter “Pops” Washington slings back whiskey while his newly paroled son and friends wander in and out of his longtime apartment on Riverside Drive. The dog is a nuisance, the landlord wants him gone, and the NYPD is demanding a settlement on an outstanding lawsuit. After an enlightening encounter, Pops… More

Trinity Cathedral: Bach Mass in B Minor

Trinity Episcopal Cathedral presents Bach’s Mass in B Minor performed by the Portland Baroque Orchestra and the Trinity Choir. Concerts are Friday, April 13 and Saturday April 14 both at 7pm at the Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, 147 NW 19th Ave, Portland. For details and tickets, visit the Trinity Episcopal website.

Racing to Change: Oregon’s Civil Rights Years

The Oregon Historical Society and Oregon Black Pioneers present Racing to Change: Oregon’s Civil Rights Years. This exhibit addresses the challenges facing Oregon’s African American community during the 1960’s and 70’s and highlights the events, people, and organizations that made up the Civil Rights Movement during that era. It seeks to educate and engage visitors of all… More