Home / Events / Classical Music / Celebration of Life: Portland Youth Philharmonic

Celebration of Life: Portland Youth Philharmonic

BRETT CAMPBELL
7:30 pm., Sunday October 13 | Free.
Kaul Auditorium at Reed College
3203 SE Woodstock Blvd.
 
[CLASSICAL TRIBUTE] In this memorial concert for its longtime music director, Jacob Avshalomov (who died this year at age 94), PYP has convened musicians who performed with him to play several of his compositions and music composed by his son, David (who’s also a conductor and will lead part of the concert) and by his father, Aaron. Avshalomov’s other son, Daniel, a violist in the renowned American String Quartet, will be there as well. The concert also includes Avshalomov favorites by Paul Dukas, Thomas Tallis and Ralph Vaughan Williams. “Mr. A” led the nation’s oldest youth orchestra for four decades until he retired in 1995. 

Where: Kaul Auditorium at Reed College
Address: 3203 SE Woodstock Blvd.
Website: www.reed.edu

 
 
Other events in Classical Music

Betty Merken: Gravity and Whispers

Thursday, Jul 31, 2014
Seattle-based painter and printmaker Betty Merken has a gift for abstract compositions that counterpose geometric and organic forms. The perfection of her geometries serves as a potent foil for the i ...
Laura Russo Gallery 805 NW 21st Ave. Web | Map

Christine Clark: Amass

Thursday, Jul 31, 2014
Christine Clark doesn’t like to tell people what her ambiguous-looking sculptures are made of. “Some people think they’re wax,” she says, “and some think they’re soap....” What they’re ...
Nine Gallery 122 NW 8th Ave. Map

Joel Shapiro: Maquettes and Multiple

Thursday, Jul 31, 2014
One of the most exuberant shows in Portland this year, Joel Shapiro’s boldly colorful prints and sculptures fill Liz Leach’s small back gallery with verve and spunk. Although the prints are made o ...
Elizabeth Leach Gallery 417 NW 9th Ave. Web | Map
Also At Kaul Auditorium at Reed College
There's no more events in Kaul Auditorium at Reed College
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
comments powered by Disqus
 

Web Design for magazines

Close
Close
Close