Portland Chamber Orchestra: A Spring Swing
Date: 3:00pm PDT April 26, 2015 Location: Agnes Flanagan Chapel
Agnes Flanagan Chapel
Lewis & Clark’s mixed chamber choir, Cappella Nova, will join the Portland Chamber Orchestra on April 25 and 26 in Agnes Flanagan Chapel in performance of excerpts from Leonard Bernstein’s West Side Story, as part of the Portland Chamber Orchestra’s “A Spring Swing” concert. 100 free tickets will be available to Lewis & Clark community members. Please contact email@example.com to reserve. All other tickets may be purchased online through PCO’s ticketing office.
Maestro Yaacov Bergman leads “the intimate symphony with infinite imagination” on their innovative presentation of All American music at Lewis & Clark College. The concerts will feature rock violinist and composer, Aaron Meyer and jazz guitarist, Tim Ellis. Soprano Nicole Greenidge Joseph sings Samuel Barber’s Magical Song Cycle, “Knoxville, Summer of 1915” and selections from Bernstein’s West Side Story. She is joined by Portland Tenor, Brian Tierney and the Lewis & Clark College Cappella Nova Choir, directed by Katherine FitzGibbon.
- Aaron Meyer – “Rock On!” - Aaron Meyer, Rock Violinist and Tim Ellis, Guitar Guru
- Samuel Barber–“Knoxville, Summer of 1915” - Nicole Greenidge Joseph, Soprano
- Leonard Bernstein – Selections from “West Side Story” - Nicole Greenidge Joseph, Soprano (Maria) and Brian Tierney, Tenor (Tony) and Cappella Nova Choir (the “Sharks” and the “Jets”)
- April 25, 7:30 pm - Agnes Flanagan Chapel, Lewis & Clark College, Portland, Or.
- April 26, 3:00 pm - Agnes Flanagan Chapel, Lewis & Clark College, Portland, Or.
About the Portland Chamber Orchestra: The oldest incorporated chamber orchestra in the country, the Portland Chamber Orchestra is known for its innovative concerts with a fusion of art forms. Its tagline is ‘the intimate symphony with infinite imagination’. The orchestra is composed of local professionals.
Learn more at www.PortlandChamberOrchestra.org
Portland Chamber Orchestra is funded in part by Hillsboro Cultural Foundation, Schnitzer CARE Foundation, Oregon Cultural trust, The Wyss Foundation and Rodgers Instruments.