First Monday of Every Month: Portland Guitar Society, 7:00 P.M. Info: 503-233-0836 or www.pdxguitarsociety.com
Third Thursday of Every Month (September - June) Music Workshop, 11:00 am Info: 503-236-5130
Every Sunday - Portland Bible Church, 9:30 A.M. Info: 503-2CHURCH or www.portlandbiblechurch.com
5 Must the winter come so soon? Presented by Duo Artemisia: a sister act who’ve been singing together since they were in the third grade; they’ll be singing an eclectic selection of songs from baroque to Gershwin. Something for every musical preference, and topping off the evening will be an appearance by special guest, storyteller Anne Penfound. RSVP to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org . 7:00pm.
12 “Touring Devotion” - A multimedia show with songs written and arranged by Ukulollo (Lorenzo Vignando) for ukuleles and voices, and then, magically dressed up with four classical instruments. Info: ukulollo.com. Tickets: Brown Paper Tickets: $17 adults; children under 16 free. www.brownpapertickets.com/event/462005. Sponsored by: Portland Ukulele Assn. 8:00pm.18 Family Friday Concert Series - Whistlin’ Rufus. All Family Friday concerts start at 7:15 pm and run about an hour (no intermission). Admission is free, with suggested donation of $5 per person or $15 for a family. Doors open at about 6:45 pm. For more information, see our website or give us a call at 503-823-3177. Sponsored by Larkins | Vacura.
3 Violin & Viola students of Bette Boyer. 1:45pm.
9 Violin Recital featuring students of Erin Furbee. 4:00pm. Info: Contact Erin at 971-645-8583.
9 Moderator Band Chautaqua presents a family friendly musical performance featuring a wide spectrum of musical genres—from folk to Broadway to Old Time to contemporary tunes, and maybe even rock’n’roll. There will be solos, duets, and small groups. The performers are all members of the Moderator Band—a group of friends who perform together for charity events around metro Portland. Info: email Jim at email@example.com. Moderator Band Chautaqua performances can be viewed on our You Tube channel.. 7:30pm.
15 Family Friday Concert Series - Emerson House Band. All Family Friday concerts start at 7:15 pm and run about an hour (no intermission). Admission is free, with suggested donation of $5 per person or $15 for a family. Doors open at about 6:45 pm. For more information, see our website or give us a call at 503-823-3177. Sponsored by Larkins | Vacura.
16 Violin students of Robin & Jonathan Dubay. 3:45pm.
17 Violin students of Luise Grube. 3:00pm.
23 Violin students of Elizabeth Knopp. 6:30pm.
24 Jan Deweese and his students present “Mostly Mandolins” 2pm. Info: Jan at 503-236-6752.
7 Violin & Viola students of Liz Peyton. 3:30pm
7 Violin & Viola students of Cynthia Scott. 7:00pm.
8 Violin & Viola students of Anthony Dyer. 7:00pm.
14 End of Term Recital featuring CMC classes and private lesson students. 1:30pm.
14 Cello Recital featuring students of Samantha Kushnick. 6:00pm.
15 Zita Jefferson, pianist, in recital. Fundraiser accepting free-will donations. For more information, please contact Margaret Butler at 503.351.4192 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
15 Piano students of Zita Jefferson. 4:30pm and 6:00pm.
17 The Francis Street Singers, Tracey Edson, director. 7:30pm.
27-28 Oregon Renaissance Band presents their annual Christmas/New Years Concerts. The group, celebrating its 22nd year, specialize in the performance of 16th and early 17th century repertoire on historical instruments. Many of the instruments played by members of ORB are built by the performers themselves after museum originals. Members include David Bryan, Sharon Cheney, Daphne Clifton, Ben Fitch, Lori Fitch, Polly Gibson, Andrew Harris, Cindy Markham, Gayle Neuman, Phil Neuman, Kathryn Richer, and Hideki Yamaya. 7:30pm Info: www.emgo.org
All events take place CMC’s David Beasley
Campbell Recital Hall and are subject to change without notice.
Call CMC at 503-823-3177 for the latest information if no other number is listed. Admission is free-will donation unless otherwise indicated.
Other unpublished events may take place in addition to those listed here.