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Post-Turkey MarchFourth + OR Symphony… for Ten Bucks!




You're bloated, stuffing-stuffed and ready for some exercise. Really? Sit back down and let Portland's 30-member high-stepping dance paraders shake off those mashed potatoes for you in their high-voltage performance ...   More
 
Wednesday, November 21, 2007 by Stephen Marc Beaudoin

Portland Vocal Consort

Heaven on Earth: A new choir’s breakout debut.


Performance
Months from now, people will still be talking. Auspicious does not even begin to describe the debut of Ryan Heller’s exciting young Portland Vocal Consort. In the Consort’s Friday night pe ...   More
 
Wednesday, November 21, 2007 Stephen Marc Beaudoin

D’Ambrosio Wins $50k US Artists Award




Portland's own bad-ass essayist and short -story writer Charles D'Ambrosio is one of 49 recipients of the 2007 United States Artists awards, a new prestigious peer-nomin...   More
 
Thursday, November 15, 2007 by Stephen Marc Beaudoin

Portland, Say Hello to... Vincent!




The Portland Art Museum has some serious bragging rights.

The Ox-Cart, the priceless Vincent van Gogh canvas that PAM was gifted last summer from a Roseburg, Oregon, family, goes on public view this Saturday. Accor...   More
 
Thursday, November 15, 2007 by Stephen Marc Beaudoin

Symphony Res Conductor Up for Cali Gig




The Oregon Symphony's fresh-faced 34-year-old resident conductor is up for a new out-of-state gig.

Gregory Vajda was recently announced by the Music in the Mountains festival ...   More
 
Wednesday, November 14, 2007 by Stephen Marc Beaudoin

Curtain Call

Is it lights out for the Portland Art Center and several small theater companies?


News Stories
In November 2005, David Gold opened the Goldsmith Building as a promising incubator space in Chinatown for artists and creative businesses, intending for it to grow into one of Portland’s hottes ...   More
 
Wednesday, November 14, 2007 Stephen Marc Beaudoin

Portland Vocal Consort Friday, Nov. 16

Heller flames choral passions with new consort.


Performance
Ryan Heller will touch your knee. And, if in the course of conversation, the 29-year-old conductor gets especially excited about this composer or that singer, words like “enthralling” and ...   More
 
Wednesday, November 14, 2007 Stephen Marc Beaudoin

Chris Robley & the Fear of Heights, Friday, Nov. 9


[LUSH POP] Chris Robley has just left a soup kitchen. OK, so the young folk-rocker isn’t so hard up that he’s forced to dine in meal halls. Employed full time with online music store and distribution company CD Baby, happily married and drug and drama free, Robley may be one of the squeakiest-clean ...   More
 
Wednesday, November 7, 2007 by Stephen Marc Beaudoin

Chris Robley & the Fear of Heights Friday, Nov. 9

Robley doles out good tunes by the plateful on his latest.


Music Stories
[LUSH POP] Chris Robley has just left a soup kitchen. OK, so the young folk-rocker isn’t so hard up that he’s forced to dine in meal halls. Employed full time with online music store and ...   More
 
Wednesday, November 7, 2007 Stephen Marc Beaudoin

"Garden" Not Yet Fully Grown




Is Portland in need of a professional resident musical theatre company? Does it have the resident talent to sustain one?

Staged!, Portland's newish self-described “musical theatre series,” does not make the best case for either...   More
 
Monday, November 5, 2007 by Stephen Marc Beaudoin
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