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October 7, 2020
Emmy and Tony Award winner and Oklahoma Hall of Fame inductee, Kristin Chenoweth effortlessly transitions between stage, television and film with captivating grace and a twinkle in her eye. She received rave reviews while starring in the ABC series Pushing Daisies and Glee, but is most well-known for originating the role of Glinda in the hit Broadway musical Wicked, as the vain and sparkly foil to Idina Menzel's Elphaba.
October 28, 2020
Classical music meets hip-hop in the groundbreaking duo Black Violin and their Classical Boom Tour, an outing that blurs the lines between genre, race, and gender with its unique fusion of groove and strings. The outfit features Will Baptiste on viola and Kev Marcus on the violin.
November 12, 2020
Chicagoan singer and violinist Andrew Bird is on tour once again in 2020 in support of his Garmmy-nominated 12th album, the excellently titled 'My Finest Work Yet'. Taking influence from Scottish folk music bluegrass and classical music, his sound samples a myriad of different genres including steel band, jazz, swing, and rock.
November 30, 2020
Described as "Riverdance for the voice", this truly Irish ensemble takes their influences from the likes of Enya, Moya Brennan and Clannad, with their unique spin on traditional songs and modern pieces earning them 10 million albums sold worldwide since their inception. 2021 sees the talented troupe celebrate over 15 years of music-making with their brand new Celebration: 15 Years of Music and Magic tour!
December 4, 2020
The twice Grammy-winning Lewis Black is the perfect demonstration of that rare comic, who can cause you to laugh while making compelling points about the absurdity of the world around you. Famed for his angry persona on both stage and cable, including The Daily Show as a special, albeit enraged special guest. Hi frequent trademarks include comedic yelling and animated finger-pointing as he skewers everything and anybody that grinds his gears.
Portland Center for the Performing Arts, 1037 SW Broadway, Portland, OR 97205
The Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, originally opened as the Portland Publix Theater before becoming the Paramount Theatre after 1930. It is a performing arts center in Portland, Oregon. The concert hall is home to the Oregon Symphony, Portland Youth Philharmonic, Metropolitan Youth Symphony, White Bird Dance Company, and Portland Arts & Lectures. The theater seats 2,776.
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