July 29, 2016,

Britt Festival Orchestra: Crater Lake Project

On July 29 and 30, 2016, Britt will celebrate the unique majesty of Crater Lake when members of the Britt Orchestra and Music Director Teddy Abrams perform at the national park. Abrams will lead approximately 40 Britt Orchestra musicians in the performances, with the dramatic panorama of the entire lake as the backdrop. The musicians will perform a world premiere composition by New York-based composer Michael Gordon, commissioned by Britt and inspired by Crater Lake. Gordon will be an artist-in-residence at Crater Lake several times throughout the next year, to draw on the park for inspiration for his composition.

Crater Lake Lodge

free

July 1, 2016, 8pm

Duo Damiana and friends perform music of Ricardo Zohn-Muldoon at the OBF Composer Symposium

NEW PATHWAYS II: MUSIC BY RICARDO ZOHN-MULDOON & DAVID CRUMB

Artists: OBFCS Guest Artists: Estelí Gomez, soprano; Molly Barth, flute; Dieter Hennings, guitar; James Shields, clarinet; Searmi Park, violin; Jeff Zeigler, cello; Pius Cheung, percussion.
Repertoire: Music by the OBFCS 2016 Composers-in-Residence

Aasen-Hull Concert Hall, University of Oregon, Eugene OR

June 18, 2016,

Charlotte New Music Festival

The Charlotte New Music Festival Composers Workshop is a unique two-week event that allows a select group of about thirty student and emerging composers to work closely with world-class performers and distinguished faculty in the creation of new works for performance at the Charlotte New Music Festival. Participants will hone their craft, build their professional networks, listen to a lot of exciting new music, receive valuable and pragmatic career advice from musicians with a wide range of experiences, and much more.

May 24, 2016, 7:30pm

U of O Flute Studio Collaboration with U of O Composition Dept

Beall Concert Hall
961 East 18th Avenue, Eugene, OR

“New Music for Flutes: Eight World Premieres”
This free concert of the Oregon Composers Forum series will feature premieres of contemporary music by UO composers.

Beall Hall, U of O, Eugene, OR

May 23, 2016, 8pm

Oregon Symphony: Mahler’s Symphony No. 3

“My symphony will be unlike anything the world has ever heard!” Such was Mahler’s vision for this massive work, which waxes philosophical in a beautiful, haunting affirmation of a complex universe in which the ultimate form of being is love.

Carlos Kalmar, conductor
PSU and Pacific Youth Choirs
Susan Platts, mezzo-soprano

Mahler: Symphony No. 3

Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, Portland OR

varies

Tickets available at the door.

May 21, 2016, 7:30pm

Oregon Symphony: Mahler’s Symphony No. 3

“My symphony will be unlike anything the world has ever heard!” Such was Mahler’s vision for this massive work, which waxes philosophical in a beautiful, haunting affirmation of a complex universe in which the ultimate form of being is love.

Carlos Kalmar, conductor
PSU and Pacific Youth Choirs
Susan Platts, mezzo-soprano

Mahler: Symphony No. 3

Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, Portland OR

varies

April 23, 2016, 10:30am Masterclass and Recital

Los Angeles Flute Guild performance and flute class

Bob Cole Conservatory of Music at California State University, Long Beach – Choir Room

Auditor Fee: Students: $10, Adults: $15

Tickets available at the door.

April 10, 2016, 7pm

University of Oregon Flute Studio in Portland

Oregon Symphony Prelude performance in the lobby at the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall before classical series concert. We will present 20 minutes of music for concertgoers as they arrive at the hall. Complimentary tickets are provided to the performers for the evening’s concert. We will perform from 7:00-7:20 PM on Sunday night April 10, 2016. Contact educate@orsymphony.org or call 503-228-4294 for more information.

Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall lobby, Portland OR

free

Tickets available at the door or by phone at 503-228-4294 .

April 10, 2016, 7pm

U of O FLUTE STUDIO at Arlene Schnitzer Hall

Oregon Symphony Prelude Performances offer youth and community ensembles the opportunity to perform in the lobby at the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall before Classical Series concerts. Ensembles present 20 minutes of music for concertgoers as they arrive at the hall. For most concerts, complimentary tickets are provided to the performers for the evening’s concert.

Ensembles perform from 7:00-7:20 pm on Sunday nights.

Arlene Schnitzer Hall

free

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