Resonance Ensemble News:
- A ticket to our November 16 "Dirty, Stupid Music" concert
- A ticket to our special Salon event in March, which will not be on sale to the general public.
- A ticket to our June 13 "War and Peace" concert
- A guest pass to bring a guest to our June 13 concert simply by showing their subscriber ticket at the door.
- Premium seating at the November 16 and June 13 concerts.
Dirty, Stupid Music: An Evening of Cabaret
Sunday, November 16, 2014, at 6:30 p.m.
Vie de Boheme, 1530 SE 7th Avenue, Portland, Oregon
Join us as we take a delicious peek into the history of cabaret from its earlier years. Celebrating the music of Schoenberg, Weill, Satie, Poulenc, and Brel, combined with today's masters of cabaret - Bolcom, Heggie, Bucchino, and others. This evening of provocative and heart-wrenching music features some of the hottest singers in Portland - Vakare Petroliunaite, Liz Bacon, Beth Madsen Bradford, Stephen Marc Beaudoin, and Joe Theissen - with the illustrious David Saffert at the piano at the fabulous restaurant and wine bar, Vie de Boheme. We invite you to nourish your senses in this (far from) stupid and (often) dirty music.
Special Event: Drama Queens
Sunday, March 8, 2015, at 4:00 p.m.
The elegant home of Resonance supporter Mary Jean Thompson
Resonance is throwing a party! Enjoy diva-licious performances by two of Portland's favorite mezzos, Hannah Penn and Beth Madsen Bradford, who will serenade you with opera arias and Broadway showstoppers. You'll eat delicious hors d'oeuvres and desserts, paired with wonderful wines, as you enjoy the dramatic views from this beautiful Northwest Portland home. But this event is only open to subscribers and donors -- so click HERE to subscribe today, or donate today to receive an invitation! Donors of $50 or more receive one invitation to "Drama Queens," and donors of $100 or more receive two.
War and Peace
Saturday, June 13, 2015, at 7:30 p.m.
Lincoln Recital Hall, Portland State University
1620 SW Park Avenue, Portland, Oregon
We close the 2014-15 season with some of the most moving repertoire written for voices in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. Schoenberg's stirring 1907 masterpiece "Friede auf Erden" (Peace on Earth) joins Poulenc's "Figure humaine" (The Human Face), a devastating 1945 work composed in secret and smuggled out of occupied France to receive its premiere in England. The program will combine these major works with solo vocal reflections and smaller choral repertoire in an unforgettable musical event.
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