`Pirates' among musical visitors.Byline: Bob Keefer The Register-Guard
Music highlights around town this fall include a full performance of Ludwig van Beethoven's Ninth Symphony by the Eugene Symphony; Eugene Opera's New Year's Eve performance of "Pirates of Penzance pirates of Penzance
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The Eugene Symphony kicks off its new season Sept. 28, when conductor Giancarlo Guerrero conducts an evening of Johannes Brahms and Felix Mendelssohn, plus Gustav Mahler's Symphony No. 1. Violinist Stefan Jackiw is the featured soloist.
On Oct. 26, Guerrero again conducts, with pianist Joaquin Achucarro, in a program that includes Jennifer Higdon's "blue cathedral," Robert Schumann's Concerto for Piano & Orchestra in A Minor and P.I. Tchaikovsky's Symphony No. 6 in B Minor.
Guest conductor Mischa Santora takes the podium Nov. 16 when the symphony plays an evening of "Bernstein and More." The program includes works by Samuel Barber, Edvard Grieg and Wolfgang Mozart, then wraps up with Leonard Bernstein's Symphonic Dances from "West Side Story."
Pianist Shai Wosner will be the soloist.
On Oct. 9, the symphony will perform Beethoven's Ninth Symphony in a program that also includes Ralph Vaughn Williams' "Serenade to Music Serenade to Music is a setting by Ralph Vaughan Williams for 16 vocal soloists and orchestra. The composer drew the text from the discussion about music and the Music of the Spheres in Act V, scene 1 of the Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare. " and Anton Bruckner's Psalm 150. Sharon Paul directs the chorus.
The fall season wraps for the symphony with a pop Yuletide celebration on Dec. 16. Symphony tickets are available at 682-5000.
The Oregon Mozart Players Oregon Mozart Players is a professional chamber orchestra based in Eugene, Oregon. The orchestra presents six concert sets in a typical season, in addition to numerous small ensemble performances and recitals by guest artists. open their fall season Oct. 14-15 with "All Amadeus" at the Hult Center's Soreng Theatre. Glen Cortese conducts, Glenn Disterow is the featured violinist and Karen Dreyfus is violist in this all-Mozart program, which includes the Divertimento divertimento
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The program includes music by Baldassare Galuppi, G.F. Handel, Giuseppe Torelli and J.S. Bach. Tickets are available at 682-5000.
The Eugene Concert Choir Eugene Concert Choir is a non-profit choral organization based in Eugene, Oregon, United States. It consists of two mixed-voice choruses: the 100-member Eugene Concert Choir (ECC), and the semi-professional chamber group Eugene Vocal Arts Ensemble (EVAE). kicks off its new season with a performance of "Amahl and the Night Visitors" at 2:30 p.m. Dec. 3 at the Hult Center's Silva Concert Hall. Also performing will be dancers from Dance Theatre of Oregon and singers from the Eugene Vocal Arts Ensemble.
Tickets are $16 to $29. Call 682-5000.
Eugene Opera's sole production this season will be the Gilbert and Sullivan's "Pirates of Penzance," with three shows Dec. 29-31. The New Year's Eve performance is followed by a late-night gala.
At Eugene's John G. Shedd John Graves Shedd (July 20, 1850 - October 22, 1926) was the second president and chairman of the board of Marshall Field & Company.
Born on a New Hampshire farm, Shedd arrived in Chicago, Illinois in 1871 and began working as a stock clerk for Marshall Field. Institute for the Arts, the Emerald City Jazz Kings perform "A Fine Romance," a musical salute to the movies of Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers. The program is at the Shedd Oct. 12 and 15 and at the Florence Events Center on Oct. 21.
The Shedd's Christmas program, on Nov. 30, is "Baby It's Cold Outside." It will feature Christmas standards performed by Shirley Andress, Vicki Brabham, Bill Hulings, Michael Stone and the Jazz Kings.
The pop-oriented Now Hear This series at the Shedd will feature performances by Bill Frisell, Jack DeJohnette and Jerome Harris on Oct. 6; Badi Assad on Oct. 18; the Wynton Marsallis Quintet on Oct. 22; Natalie MacMaster on Oct. 23; Herb Ohta Jr. and Daniel Ho on Oct. 28; Tiempo Libre on Oct. 29; Masters of the Celtic Harp on Nov. 8; Alasdair Fraser & Natalie Haas, Martin Hayes & Dennis Cahill, and Bruce Molsky on Nov. 12; Roswell Rudd & the Mongolian Buryat Band, Nov. 15; and Ken Peplowski doing "Sing! Sing! Sing! Benny Goodman at Carnegie Hall Revisited" on Dec. 1.
For some more pop-classical crossover, check out the Alan Parsons Project performance Friday with members of the Eugene Symphony, the final show of the season at the Cuthbert Amphitheater. Tickets are available at 682-5000.
At the University of Oregon The University of Oregon is a public university located in Eugene, Oregon. The university was founded in 1876, graduating its first class two years later. The University of Oregon is one of 60 members of the Association of American Universities. School of Music, the 39th season of the Chamber Music Series presents five concerts throughout the year featuring world-class chamber music artists.
Fall performances include the Miami String Quartet The Miami String Quartet is an American string quartet. The group was founded in 1988 at Florida International University in Miami, Florida, and is now Quartet in Residence at The Hartt School in Connecticut and Kent State University in Kent, Ohio, where all four members serve as with soprano Arianna Zukerman on Oct. 19, in a program of music by Schubert, Tchaikovsky, F.J. Haydn and Alberto Ginastera, ; and the Center City Brass Quintet on Nov. 12 with music by DiLorenzo, Ewald, Plog and Dahl, plus George Gershwin's Suite from "Porgy porgy (pôr`gē), common name for members of the Sparidae, a family of small-mouthed fishes with strong teeth adapted for crushing their food of shellfish and crustaceans. and Bess" and Bernstein's Selections from "West Side Story" and "On the Town."
All performances will be at Beall Concert Hall, and season subscriptions may be purchased for $58 to $145, depending on the seating area. Tickets are available through the Hult Center Ticket Office, 682-5000.
Other UO School of Music events this fall include Obo Addy's Okropong, music and dance from Ghana, Oct. 6; Seattle Pro Musica Seattle Pro Musica is an American choir, based in Seattle, Washington, performing under the direction of conductor and artistic director Karen P. Thomas. Seattle Pro Musica is widely considered to be one of the finest ensembles in the Pacific Northwest, and has received , Oct. 16; and a tribute to former UO cello professor Robert Hladky on Oct. 17.
Lane Community College will have performances by the Lane Symphonic Band and the Lane Chamber Orchestra on Nov. 21; by the Concert and Chamber choirs and Spectrum Vocal Jazz on Nov. 28; by the Lane Jazz Band and Spectrum Vocal Jazz on Dec. 1; and by the Chamber Orchestra and Lane Symphonic Band on Dec. 3.