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Brent Weaver

BRETT CAMPBELL
7:30 pm Friday, April 5., Friday April 05 | Free.
Bauman Auditorium
414 N Meridian St.
 
The George Fox University faculty member, one of the city’s most accomplished composers, presents a wide-ranging survey of his music, some inspired by friends and family both here and gone. The performance includes pieces for electronic instruments, piano, saxophone (a response to notorious school shootings a decade ago), tenor and piano (a song cycle setting the poetry of 20th-century Spanish poet Antonio Machado) and a brass ensemble (inspired by a scene from C.S. Lewis’ Narnia books).


Where: Bauman Auditorium
Phone: 554-3844
Address: 414 N Meridian St.

 
 

Bauman Auditorium

414 N Meridian St.
Newberg, Ore.
 
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