Astoria Music Festivalth
Jun
14
to Jul 1

Astoria Music Festivalth

The Astoria Music Festival is set in the charming small riverside town of Astoria, Oregon, where the Columbia River meets the Pacific Ocean.

Keith Clark, Artist Director
June 14—July 1

21 concerts
Astoria, Oregon “Where the River Meets the Sea”   https://astoriamusicfestival.org/

Metropolitan Opera soprano Angela Brown sings the title role in an intimate concert performance of Puccini’s beloved opera Tosca at the beautifully restored historic Liberty Theater with Met Opera veterans Richard Zeller (villain Scarpia) and Allan Glassman (painter Cavaradossi), and Deac Guidi (Sacristan), under the baton of guest conductor, the eminent Hungarian Maestro Imre Palló. The festival also presents Mahler’s Song of the Earth; soloists include Met Opera veterans MaryAnn McCormick and Alan Glassman with the Festival Orchestra — composed of musicians from the Los Angeles Opera, Oregon Symphony, San Diego Symphony, and more — under the direction of Keith Clark. Lastly, the festival schedule includes a mid-week intimate Candlelight Baroque concert with Portland soprano Arwen Myers at the historic Grace Episcopal Church, the Pacific Northwest’s second-oldest sanctuary.

OPERA:
Tosca (Puccini). June 24 (in concert)

CONCERT: 

Mahler’s Song of the Earth; MaryAnn McCormick, Allan Glassman; Astoria Festival Orchestra & Chorus, Keith Clark. June 17

CHAMBER with vocals:

Graceful Baroque by Candlelight. Music by Bach and his contemporaries, performed on authentic period instruments in Astoria’s historic landmark (Grace Episcopal Church). Artists include Portland soprano Arwen Myers. June 19.

In it’s 16-year history, the Festival has garnered raves from San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York, and London critics, and brought Astoria to national attention by winning the prestigious “American Prize for Opera” and “American Prize for Conducting”, as well as the Oregon Festival & Events Association’s Ovation Award for “Best Arts Festival”. 

For more details and tickets, please visit astoriamusicfestival.org or call the Festival office (503)325-9896.

OPERA NEWS named Astoria Music Festival Summer 2018 a “Must-See Summer Festival in the U.S.”

View Event →

May
18
11:30 AM11:30

May Luncheon

Come enjoy our special Opera programs at Multnomah Athletic Club. 
1849 SW Salmon St, Portland, OR 97205

Each luncheon will feature an opera program, as well as news of opera events in the area.
Cost for the lunch and program is $35.00 per person.

Reservations can be made securely online below. or by mailing a check with the reservation form to:
Portland Opera Guild
P.O.  Box 25028
Portland, OR 97298

Each luncheon will feature an opera program, as well as news of opera events in the area.
Cost for the lunch and program is $35.00 per person.

Questions? Contact Patricia Cavanaugh at portlandoperaguild@gmail.com

 

Luncheon Reservation: May 18, 2018
35.00
Meal Selection:
Quantity:
Add Luncheon Reservation
View Event →
Mar
23
11:30 AM11:30

March Luncheon

Come enjoy our special Opera programs at Multnomah Athletic Club. 
1849 SW Salmon St, Portland, OR 97205

Each luncheon will feature an opera program, as well as news of opera events in the area.
Cost for the lunch and program is $35.00 per person.

Reservations can be made securely online below. or by mailing a check with the reservation form to:
Portland Opera Guild
P.O.  Box 25028
Portland, OR 97298

Each luncheon will feature an opera program, as well as news of opera events in the area.
Cost for the lunch and program is $35.00 per person.

Questions? Contact Patricia Cavanaugh at portlandoperaguild@gmail.com

 

Luncheon Reservation: Mar 23, 2018
35.00
Meal Selection:
Quantity:
Add Luncheon Reservation
View Event →
Jan
26
11:30 AM11:30

Luncheon "Sunshine in January"

Come enjoy our special Opera programs at Multnomah Athletic Club Londsdale on the second floor. 
1849 SW Salmon St, Portland, OR 97205

Patricia Cavanaugh plans a lovely afternoon of food, décor and a beautiful program performed by Grace Skinner mezzo soprano, recent graduate of PSU school of Music and Erik Standifird, baritone, studying at PSU School of Music of some of our favorite arias as well as lighter fare. 

Each luncheon will feature an opera program, as well as news of opera events in the area.
Cost for the lunch and program is $35.00 per person.

Reservations can be made securely online below. or by mailing a check with the reservation form to:
Portland Opera Guild
P.O.  Box 25028
Portland, OR 97298

Each luncheon will feature an opera program, as well as news of opera events in the area.
Cost for the lunch and program is $35.00 per person.

Questions? Contact Patricia Cavanaugh at portlandoperaguild@gmail.com

Luncheon Reservation: Jan 26, 2018
35.00
Meal Selection:
Quantity:
Add Luncheon Reservation
View Event →
A Merry Happy Hour-Following PSU Opera Program's Cinderella Matinee
Dec
10
4:00 PM16:00

A Merry Happy Hour-Following PSU Opera Program's Cinderella Matinee

Get your tickets for PSU Opera Program's matinee performance of Cinderella on December 10th, then join us at Nel Centro Bar, Hotel Modera, 1408 SW Sixth Ave. in Portland.
$5.00 Valet parking is available.

Enjoy discussing the performance with fellow Guild members at this no-host event. Please attend even if you go to a different performance of Cinderella at PSU.   RSVP by December 8th to Patricia Cavanaugh at portlandoperaguild@gmail.com, or call her (her number is in the recent directory.)   

View Event →
Holiday Celebration
Dec
3
2:00 PM14:00

Holiday Celebration

The Annual Portland Opera Guild event for members and guests takes place on Sunday, December 3rd from 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm.  We will enjoy holiday treats, including a Holiday Music program from members of the Portland State University Choir.  

If you have not received your invitation, please contact Patricia Cavanaugh by phone. (Her number is in the new Directory members received recently) or contact her by email at portlandoperaguild@gmail.com.  Please let us know you will be coming, and if you will be bringing guests and prospective members by December 1st, 2017.

View Event →
Nov
10
11:30 AM11:30

Luncheon "Fall Classic"

  • Multnomah Athletic Club - Lownsdale Room, 2nd floor (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Fall is here! Join us for our wonderful "Fall Classic" luncheon on November 10.

Jasmin White, a winner of the Metropolitan Opera's National Council Auditions for the Northwest Region is our featured performer for the Luncheon! She will be accompanied by accomplished pianist, Michael Barnes.

This luncheon will take place in the “Lownsdale” room on the second floor of the Multnomah Athletic Club located at 1849 SW Salmon St, Portland, OR 97205.

Reservations can be made securely online below. or by mailing a check with the reservation form to:
Portland Opera Guild
P.O.  Box 25028
Portland, OR 97298

Reservations must be made by Tuesday, November 7, 2017.
Guests arriving without a registration will be subject to increased admission cost of $40 per person and are subject to space limitations.

Questions? Contact Patricia Cavanaugh at portlandoperaguild@gmail.com. 

Luncheon Reservation: Nov 10, 2017
35.00
Meal Selection:
Add Luncheon Reservation
View Event →