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February 25th, 2017

February 26th, 2017

  • Image preview 7:30pm - 9:30pm: Lewis & Clark Orchestra Concert
    The Lewis & Clark Orchestra presents its first concert of the Spring semester. The 2016 concerto competition winners: Asia Wooten, Spencer Mackey, and Reid Womack are the featured soloists for this performance.

February 28th, 2017

  • 1:50pm - 3:20pm: Evergreen Experimental Music Group
    The Evergreen Experimental Music Ensemble presents a concert of music for electronics and voice. Program: Hot Air (Michael Kowalski, 1980) : for voice and 2 channel playback Vowelscape (Chris Mercer, 2016) : for four voices and real-time synthesis Lingua-Palatal #2 (Michael Edgerton, 2016) : for four voices and amplification An Untitled Poem (Arun Chandra, 2012) : for six voices and 2 channel playback The Song of the Birds : Clement Janequin Motet : Guillaume de Machaut Living Room Music (Story): John Cage Geographical Fugue: Ernst Toch

March 4th, 2017

March 5th, 2017

  • 3:00pm - 4:30pm: Forces of Nature
    Lewis & Clark College’s Faculty New Music Ensemble presents their annual Friends of Rain New Music Series titled “Forces of Nature” featuring music which explores the beauty and power of nature.  The program includes works by  Emily Doolittle, Stacey Philipps, George Crumb, Toru Takemitsu, and Lewis & Clark College Composers Renée Favand-See and Texu Kim.

March 6th, 2017

  • Image preview 7:30pm - 9:00pm: Bruce Neswick Faculty Recital
    Adjunct Instructor of Organ Bruce Neswick, Canon for Music at Trinity Cathedral, downtown Portland, will play a faculty recital on the renowned Casavant organ in Agnes Flanagan Chapel, on Monday, 6 March 2017, at 7:30pm. He will play music by Bach, Franck, Howells and fellow adjunct professor Texu Kim, among others. All are welcome.

March 9th, 2017

  • 3:30pm - 5:00pm: H2 Saxophone Quartet
    The H2 Saxophone Quartet presents a performance/workshop featuring a performance, a presentation about working with composers, and a reading session of music by student composers.
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    Join Lewis & Clark’s Law School and Student Activities for a free concert showcasing Simon Tam’s band, The Slants!

    Thursday, March 9th @ 8pm (doors at 7:30pm)
    Agnes Flanagan Chapel

    Tickets are free for L&C affiliates and 1 guest. Reserve tickets at:

March 11th, 2017

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March 18th, 2017

  • 7:30pm - 8:30pm: Amor et Memento Mori
    Spencer Mackey, Zach Schonrock, and Zoey Kambour present a vocal recital titled “Amor et Memento Mori,” Love, and a Reminder of Death, with Student accompanists Jessica Meyerzon, Sam McFarlane, and Hana Chwe. This recital will be held on March 18th, 2017 at 7:30pm in Evans Auditorium, followed by a reception.

March 23rd, 2017

  • 8:00pm - 10:00pm: Coming Out Concert
    The QSU presents “The Coming Out Concert.” This concert hopes to showcase the Lewis & Clark queer community through a cappella performances of the music of queer artists, and the works of queer folk in the Lewis & Clark community. We are back after a short hiatus and hope to gain your support in the coming semesters.

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April 24th, 2017


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    September 1
    Pioneers of all ages and stages craving a more musical lifestyle? Choir is for you!
    Come to Evans 125 by September 4th, or email Kathy FitzGibbon at
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    June 12
    Lewis & Clark Cappella Nova and Community Chorale will be featured on AllClassical radio 89.9 FM on the episode of “Played in Oregon” airing on Sunday, June 15th, at 1 p.m. You may also listen from afar at
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    September 21
    Funds two years of study at University of Cambridge for first-generation college student.
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    September 18
    The Ford Foundation Diversity Fellowships attempt to increase diversity in college and university-level teaching while maximizing the educational benefits of diversity. Each year, the Ford Foundation offers approximately 60 predoctoral fellowships ($20,000 per year for up to three years), 35 dissertation fellowships ($21,000 for one year), and 20 postdoctoral fellowships ($40,000 for one year).
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    October 30
    Abigail Press B.A. ’12, an electronic musician, reflects on months spent recording and performing throughout Europe.
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    August 5
    Meet four of our exceptional professors.
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    March 27

    Lewis & Clark professors discuss the women who inspired their careers.

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    March 14
    Angela Webber B.A. ’10, along with her sister Aubrey, made Portland history by raising more than $80,000 on Kickstarter for their geek-pop band, The Doubleclicks. The Career Development Center recently caught up with Angela to learn more about her music, her advice to young alumni, and what made The Doubleclicks Kickstarter campaign such a success.
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    March 13
    Lance Inouye, Music Director and Conductor of the Lewis & Clark Orchestra, also teaches conducting and music theory.  
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    March 10
    Catherine Sergeant B.A. ’70, M.A.T. ’75 has been named Librarian of the Year by the Oregon Association of School Libraries. Sergeant is head librarian of the Jefferson County School District, which consists of six school libraries.
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    March 5

    Kristina Dill ’15 began exploring her passion for science and music at a young age. She picked up her first violin at age three and took her first chemistry class at Lewis & Clark when she was just 15.

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    February 19
    Visiting Assistant Professor of Humanities Marianna Ritchey B.A. ’99 recently collaborated with Katy Davidson B.A. ’99 to write a theme song for Rookie magazine that captures the publication’s mission of empowering teenage girls. The result is “Go Forth, Feminist Warriors,” a triumphant anthem that includes the talents of more than a dozen musicians.
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    July 22
    With help from students, staff, and faculty, Lewis & Clark has launched a new digital initiative to honor a key part of the school’s legacy.
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    March 20
    Cappella Nova, one of three choral groups on campus, will be traveling to Egypt this May for its first international tour in more than 30 years.
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    March 4
    Renegade Stringband, a band that counts four recent graduates among the ranks, is opening for the Paperboys at the Aladdin. Catch Gavin Duffy ‘07, Jessica Jarris ‘10, Austin Moore ‘10, and Joe Seamons ‘07 on March 16th at 8 p.m.
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    March 4
    Portland has a rich contemporary music scene, and professor Michael Johanson strives to connect his students to it as often as possible. This spring, he has invited students and community members to attend several performances of his compositions throughout the city.
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    February 12
    The Asian Cultural Council’s Residency program in Asia assists individual American artists, scholars, and professionals undertaking research, teaching, and creative residencies at cultural and educational institutions in East and Southeast Asia. Projects supported in the ACC Residency Program demonstrate close collaboration in design and execution between the visiting American specialist and the host organization and produce tangible results such as publication, course development, or the creation of new artistic work. The program helps to foster the growth of Asian cultural studies in the U.S. and of American cultural studies in Asia, as well as to stimulate long-term relationships in the arts and humanities between American individuals and institutions and their colleagues in Asia.
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    January 22
    Katherine FitzGibbon, assistant professor of music and director of choral activities, and founder and artistic director for Portland’s Resonance Ensemble, recently received funding for a performance to take place at Lewis & Clark.
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    December 12
    Harsha Abeyaratne B.A. ’89 studied in at Lewis & Clark, but taking the stage this week as a solo pianist represents one more step on his uncommon journey toward a career in music and education. 
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    November 28
    Lewis & Clark has renewed its connection with the prestigious Portland Chamber Orchestra, bringing world-class music to campus once again.
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    November 20
    Eddie Barksdale ’13 recently won a musical theatre competition hosted by the Oregon State Cascade Chapter of National Association of Teachers of Singing.
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    September 19
    Experience collaboration, critical thinking, and creative expression at their best.
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    July 26
    Music students at Lewis & Clark are singers and pianists, harpists and drummers, theorists and performers, Wagner buffs, jazz musicians, and world music devotees.
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    July 26

    In addition to the stellar faculty of the music department at Lewis & Clark, guest conductors offer students international perspectives and a taste of exciting new areas of research and performance.

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    July 26
    A perennial favorite among Lewis & Clark students, Jeff Leonard’s electronic music class brings together majors and non-majors who compose, arrange, and rearrange music in this innovative genre. 
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    July 26
    Whether they’re performing in downtown Portland, in the student-run co-op on campus, or in the auditorium of Evans Hall, Lewis & Clark’s student musicians enjoy vocal and instrumental collaboration.
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    May 22
    Called a “true Renaissance man,” Ethan Allred ’12 is the winner of the 2012 Rena J. Ratte Award, the undergraduate college’s highest academic honor. The award recognizes excellence in scholastic, intellectual, and creative achievements, and is presented during the undergraduate Honors Convocation ceremony preceding commencement in May.
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    February 17
    The Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst (DAAD)—German Academic Exchange Service—has awarded Katherine FitzGibbon, Assistant Professor of Music, a research visit grant.
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    February 16
    Michael Johanson, Assistant Professor of Music Composition, is the 2012 Composer-in-Residence at the Jubilus Festival in Gainesville, Florida.
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