Music That Binds Us
Jun
18
to May 31

Music That Binds Us

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Check out my newest project! Please share this far and wide and consider applying yourself!

Submit your STORY or your ARTWORK today for a chance to win prize money and be a part of a exciting and moving new project!

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Stories bring us together, connect us to even total strangers, and have the ability to spark change, bend unyielding minds, and move mountains.

Imagine the intense and striking connections we can create when the most impactful story of YOUR life is given to a group of talented composers. Afterall, Victor Hugo once said:

"Music expresses that which cannot be said and on which it is impossible to be silent.”

I hope you consider joining in this moving project with me and the vastly talented group of composers and performers at my side.

Together, we can make a difference. One note at a time.

Check out my newest project! Please share this far and wide and consider applying yourself!

Submit your STORY or your ARTWORK today for a chance to win prize money and be a part of a exciting and moving new project!

` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ` ...
Stories bring us together, connect us to even total strangers, and have the ability to spark change, bend unyielding minds, and move mountains.

Imagine the intense and striking connections we can create when the most impactful story of YOUR life is given to a group of talented composers. Afterall, Victor Hugo once said:

"Music expresses that which cannot be said and on which it is impossible to be silent.”

I hope you consider joining in this moving project with me and the vastly talented group of composers and performers at my side.

Together, we can make a difference. One note at a time.

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FUBAR: We are still here
Apr
19
to Apr 21

FUBAR: We are still here

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FUBAR We Are Still Here

U.S. Navy veteran and alumnus Nathaniel Patterson M.S. ’14 will again direct three courageous student veterans who will share their stories on stage in Lincoln Hall. Original music by U.S. Army veteran and student Christina Ebersohl.

April 19, 20 and 21 at 7 p.m. (also 2 p.m. on April 21)
Room 115, Studio Theater, Lincoln Hall
1620 SW Park Ave, Portland, Oregon
Free and open to the public with reserved seating from the PSU Box Office

https://www.pdx.edu/research/events/fubar-veterans-stories-stage?delta=0

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Mobility Matters Summit 2018
Mar
9
9:00 AM09:00

Mobility Matters Summit 2018

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Hosted by Portland State University’s Graduate School of Education (GSE), and the Transportation Research and Education Center (TREC)

March 9, 2018
9am-4pm
(8am registration and breakfast)
PSU Fourth Avenue building (FAB)
Rooms 2500A-B
1900 SW 4th Ave, Portland, OR  97201

Learn about the latest approaches and technologies to access transportation systems for diverse members of our community, especially people with visual impairments. With effective wayfinding technologies and community partnerships, innovations support all people in accessing transportation and connecting with the community. Learn more from our experts on travel planning, wayfinding, and designing systems that support access for all people.

Featuring special guest performer, violist Christina Ebersohl.

Signing for the hearing impaired will be available.

Registration

Register online!

Registration includes light breakfast, breaks, and lunch.

Regular Tickets: $100 per person
Student Tickets: $25 per student

Registration closes March 1, 2018

For more information contact: omsummit@pdx.edu

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(Dis)Connect: New Music for Challenging Times
Mar
3
7:30 PM19:30

(Dis)Connect: New Music for Challenging Times

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Burn After Listening's next musical adventure takes place at Disjecta Contemporary Art Center, a vibrant visual and acoustic space for a concert exploring the connections and disconnections between us.

Featuring all new chamber, vocal, acoustic, and electronic music by three Portland composers – Lisa Ann Marsh, Stacey Philipps, and Jennifer Wright – (Dis)Connect promises an evening of new music to engage, provoke, connect, and explore our challenging times.  
 
The smokin’ new music premiered by some of Portland's top performers features works for string quartet in acoustic and amplified settings, a shocking electro-acoustic remix, an illuminated work for dancer, amplified Skeleton Piano, and an evocative, rain-soaked song cycle set to text by Oregon writer, Katie Bohnlein

For more information, and to purchase tickets, visit: http://burnafterlisteningnewmusic.weebly.com/concerts.html

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For The Love of Viola
Feb
17
2:00 PM14:00

For The Love of Viola

What better way to celebrate Valentine's Day than with the sounds of a luscious viola?

For the Love of Viola, Junior recital
February 17th, 2PM
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Reception following the concert

FEATURING:
*The WORLD PREMIERE of Cascadia-Composer Susan Alexjander's composition, "Ananda Sama"

Come join me and my esteemed colleagues, Janet Coleman (piano) and Viet Block (violin) as we bring you an afternnoon of music to make your heart swoon.

*poster by Luciano Leon Jr., photo by Paige Hampton Photography

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