Ten Grands Concert
Apr 11, 2020
The Flaming Lips
Apr 13, 2020
Apr 17, 2020
May 4, 2020
May 6, 2020
April 11, 2020
The annual Ten Grands concert series is back for another year of musical magic! Founded by American new age composer Michael Allen Harrison, the extra special one-night-only show brings together ten pianists on stage performing a diverse bill of jazz, classical and contemporary pop, arranged specially by Harrison himself. Proceeds from the event benefit Harrison's Snowman Foundation and the Play It Forward Program, charities both dedicated to musical education for disadvantaged kids.
April 13, 2020
Psychedelic provocateurs The Flaming Lips are no strangers to the weird and wonderful. With their astral soundscapes peppered with whimsy and humor to their Merry Prankster-esque on-stage antics, the band has become a cult favorite since the release of their first studio album in the 1980s. Now, following the release of their 15th record, 'King's Mouth: Music and Songs', don't miss the band as they head on a jaunt across the country this summer!
April 17, 2020
Regarded as one of the fastest rising stars in the comedy world, his shockingly charming style has made him one of the most sought after comics on the world stage. Jim gets away with jokes that most comedians wouldn't touch due to his ability to both charm and offend the crowd in equal measure.
May 4, 2020
The world's top-selling instrumental artist Chris Botti has charm and talent in spades; the Italian American contemporary jazz trumpeter breathes new life into a range of different genres from American songbook standards to bebop classics by the likes of Miles Davis. Botti is not only a highly skilled musician but a consummate entertainer, with a gleam in his eye his onstage banter calls to mind the performers of jazz's golden age.
May 6, 2020
Contrary to their moniker The Wailin' Jennys do anything but wail. Hailing from Winnipeg, Manitoba and New York, the outfit's three songstresses come together in a whirlwind of ethereal folk harmonies, pure musical chemistry, impeccable live performances and special a capella moments. Don't miss out when they hit North American shores on tour in early 2020.
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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