A modern-style international saxophone quintet performing a repertoire rooted in classical music, venturing into American jazz, South American Latin styles and European folk music. Adding a theatrical element, Five Sax creates a strong connection with the audience and a spontaneous approach to making music. Imaginative programing mirroring the diversity of its members.
“…high energy Celtic dance, fiddling, and singing…” – General Manager, York Fair (York, PA)
Fierce, fast fiddling and a splash of lively step dancing are only a couple of reasons The Gothard Sisters will make you wish you were Irish. Greta, Willow, and Solana Gothard began classical violin training and competitive Irish dancing at a young age, leading them to leadership positions in the local Youth Symphonies and to the Irish dancing World Championships in Scotland. The Gothard Sisters have also developed additional talents on guitar, bodhran, and voice and their love for music, dance and storytelling in their inspiration for performing and recording. Their live performances are family entertainment at its best!
“…technical mastery…charm and wit.” – (ref. Tom Gallant) The New Yorker
An explosive group of rising classical stars from the top music schools in the country. This six-piece ensemble entertains with various combinations of strings and winds. Their program includes classical works by Beethoven, Mozart, a traditional Celtic suite and Ennio Morricone’s Gabriel’s Oboe. A new presentation of classical music.
UPDATE: This concert will be held in the Rose Theatre at Roseburg High School since their students will be performing with this artist.
Tickets at the Door: Adult $20. Student $5. Family $50.
“…can’t recommend the program enough…” – Director of Bands, St. George, UT
Rob explores the new generation of popular music with a regional school band or community jazz ensemble, and performs a repertoire of swing era classics along with trendy pop, rock and R&B songs. Parents and presenters are proud to see their children in a professional concert setting. Rare saxophones and crowd pleasing swing.
Internationally-acclaimed Sergei Teleshev, performs works by Bach, Piazzolla, Tchaikovsky and more. He was classically trained at the Academy of Music in Voronezh, Russia, and has won many regional and international accordion competitions. An engaging entertainer and a master of the accordion, Sergei performs with world-renowned violinist, singer, actress and dancer, Natasha Popova.
Praised as a “welcome addition to Oregon music” and “one of Eugene’s coolest new ensembles.” – Eugene Weekly
Delgani String Quartet has quickly become one of the most active chamber music ensembles in the Pacific Northwest with over 75 performances and educational programs each year. Delgani was formed in 2014 with a mission to cultivate an appreciation for chamber music through distinctive performance, innovative programming, educational engagement, and collaboration.
“…well-balanced tones and emotional power…” – The Examiner
Solo recitals in the world’s largest venues
Live radio broadcasts across Europe, Australia & the US
This Belgium native is hailed by the LA Times for his “sense of structure” and “monster technique.” Steven’s solo repertoire consists of works by Schumann, Schubert, Liszt, Chopin, and Debussy. It is his passion for the works and performance that sets him apart.
The Neave Trio has enjoyed tremendous international success in concert series and at festivals worldwide and has distinguished themselves as ambassadors of music to a wider audience through their innovative concert presentations. One of the finest emerging young chamber ensembles.
When energy, music, and comedy collide, it’s a guarantee Tony Pace is on the stage. Combination of hilarious musical comedy, crazy characters, dead-on impressions, versatile musicianship, an endless supply of explosive raw energy all wrapped around one of the most incredible serious voices. Las Vegas headliner.
Violinist Brad Repp and pianist/actor Aldo Gentileschi combine virtuosic performances, theatrical humor and pop culture in critically-acclaimed performances. Brad performs on a 1736 Testore violin and Aldo performs on whatever piano he can find. High energy classical music with comedy and a touch of slapstick.