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Sunday, July 11

Matt Haimovitz

Praised by The New Yorker as a “remarkable virtuoso” who “never turns in a predictable performance,” Matt Haimovitz has inspired classical music lovers and...

Lawrence Brownlee

Named “Male Singer of the Year” by the International Opera Awards and praised as “an international star in the operatic repertory” by The New York Times,...

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Bach and his Brandenburg Concertos have become synonymous with Baroque-era music. Among this collection of iconic works, the Fifth Brandenburg stands out for...

University of Oregon Chamber Choir

One of the University of Oregon’s premiere vocal groups brings love and energy to the choral world as they travel abroad performing an eclectic program of...

Arcturus Wind Quintet

Take a journey through time to explore the evolution of the chorale. Part of Portland’s celebrated 45th Parallel Universe, Arcturus Wind Quintet treks from...

Pyxis

Examine the nuanced world of counterpoint though the eyes and quills of classical music’s most authoritative and expert composers. Pyxis String Quartet,...

Emerson String Quartet

Maintaining its status as one of the world’s premier chamber music ensembles for four decades, Emerson String Quartet has made more than 30 acclaimed...

Paul Jacobs

Handel invented the genre of the organ concerto. An accomplished organist in his own right, he found that playing organ concertos (and improvising at the...

Dunedin Consort

For 45 years, Spitalfields Music has brought meaningful and socially relevant concerts to underserved communities in London. As part of the 2020 Spitalfields...

Rob Kyr

Aspiring and career composers from around the world join forces to share current projects, create new works, and give OBF audiences a glimpse into the future...

Dunedin Consort

Scotland’s leading baroque ensemble celebrates the natural world around us with a selection of works from prominent 18th century composers, including...

Lara Downes

A piano concerto from composer Elena Ruehr, "Quiet Streets" is an ode to our silenced cities during the time of shelter-in-place, capturing the unexpected...

Lara Downes

Paying homage to the trailblazing female composers of the 20th century, Lara Downes delivers a lush array of piano works from America’s first large-scale...

Tyler Duncan, Erika Switzer

“Tyler Duncan is the perfect singer, spinning his lines magically over Switzer’s exquisitely delivered accompaniments” (Classical Explorer). The duo offers...

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The Visual Arts Team is excited to present "Border Lands 2019" in the Adell McMillan Gallery for Summer 2021! Find the Visual Arts Team on Instagram...

 Oregon—Where Past is Present

Delve into Oregon’s story, from the archaeology of the First Americans to the dynamic cultures of today’s Tribes. Combining interactive displays with...

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The Visual Arts Team is excited to present Crescendo, an exhibition of cyanotypes by Thea Owens. Find the Visual Arts Team on Instagram @uovisualarts or...

Explore Oregon

Experience the dynamic forces that shape Oregon’s landscapes, climate, and ecosystems. Meet giant salmon, Ice Age sloths, and other amazing animals from...

Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art

The JSMA welcomes you back to our galleries. We are now open to the public, with updated hours and safety procedures. CDC approved masks are required for...

Transgender & Nonbinary Identity Subgroup

The trans & enby subgroup meets every week over the LGBTESS discord server, as well as hosting a weekly discussion prompt for people to respond to and...

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LGBTea Time

3pm
 

There is an LGBTea Time happening on Sunday, July 11th, from 3:00 to 6:00 PM over zoom! The zoom ID is 444 929 5668. Captions and a live transcript will be...

Queer and Neurodivergent Subgroup

Meet other LGBTQ+ folks who are neurodivergent, get connected to resources, get advice, and find support and understanding. Neurodivergent references anybody...

Sunday, July 11