NEW !! Celtic concert series
DATES: Oct 4, Nov 15, Dec 9, Jan 12, Feb 3 March 7 and final concert April 7
The LCCC proudly announces its first full season of Irish, Scottish, American and fusion music and dance from around the Celtic-verse. Seven concerts, starting on Oct. 4 with Heron Valley, followed by Kevin Carr (Nov. 15), Christmas with the Gothard Sisters (Dec. 9), The Stomptowners (Jan. 12), The Outside Track (Feb. 3), Realta (March 7) and the Tannahill Weavers (April 7).
Individual Tickets: Reserved cabaret tickets $25-$30 for adults with discounts for seniors, students and youth. LCCC Membership Discount applies.
Buy a series pass and save 20% off individual ticket prices – and save your reserved table seat for all seven concerts.
LCCC Presents: Sound of Nature, Sound of Art V
Concert: Saturday, Oct 13 7 pm
The LCCC invites you to experience beautiful music and surprising visual art, simultaneously, at the fifth annual celebration of Sound of Nature, Sound of Art. This celebration of the senses combines the live performance of chamber music with the creation of visual art, both on the stage and in the audience, for a celebration of the senses. This event, founded to commemorate the anniversary of the Cascade Head Scenic Research Area, has become a favorite of students, naturalists and music lovers alike. This year’s music will be selections from “Tango of the White Gardenia” by Ethan Gans-Morse, performed by a four-piece banda from Cascadia Chamber Opera. Here are the scheduled events:
Thursday, Oct. 11, 1:30 pm at Taft 7-12 (3780 SE Spy Glass Ridge Drive)
SONSOA heads to Taft 7-12 for a daytime celebration of visual art, music and the beauty of the natural world. While the “banda” performs, students from Noah Lambie’s art and design classes will create art inspired by “Tango of the White Gardenia.” Students in the audience, mostly sixth graders, will take part in Krista Eddy’s hands-on response project. Members of the public are welcome to attend, but must check in at the front desk.
Friday, Oct. 12, 5-7 pm at the LCCC PJ Chessman Gallery Free
In its first four years, SONSOA has inspired a number of beautiful works, by well-known artists as well as audience members of all ages. The PJ Chessman Gallery will host a showcase of these creations, past and present, from Oct. 12 through Nov. 5. The exhibit, curated by gallery director Krista Eddy, will open with a wine-and-cheese reception at 5 pm on Oct. 12.
Saturday, Oct. 13, 7 pm at the LCCC
Let your imagination take over and your creativity take flight, at this year’s Sound of Nature, Sound of Art public concert. We’ll put a four-piece band on stage, performing works from “Tango of the White Gardenia” by Ethan Gans-Morse, along with artists who will perform in their own way, inspired by sounds of the piano, accordion, base and violin. Then, we’ll put art supplies in hands and guide you in your own visual art exploration to the music – and the finished works will be installed immediately, next door in the Chessman Gallery. See the music and hear the art, and experience them both in a new way. Tickets are $20 adv/$22 door/$10 for youth/$2 LCCC membership discount applies.
Tickets are $20, $22 at the door. $10 for youth 18 and under $2 off for LCCC members.
SONSOA is sponsored by Chinook Winds Casino Resort, the Mark Sponenburgh Memorial Trust and the members of the LCCC.