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NEW: Listen to the Washington County A&E Guide, a new podcast with host Gabby Urenda that puts the westside's vibrant art scene in the spotlight.

GABBY URENDA - This week's podcast spotlights Beaverton's ISing Choir. From left: Chris Ayzoukian, general manager of the Patricia Reser Center for the Arts; Stephen Ronshaugen Galvan, ISing artistic director; David Walters, assistant conductor of ISing Choir, who you'll hear burst into song during the podcast ; and Sue Pike, an ISing volunteer.

  • This week's podcast spotlights Beaverton's ISing Choir. From left: Chris Ayzoukian, general manager of the Patricia Reser Center for the Arts; Stephen Ronshaugen Galvan, ISing artistic director; David Walters, assistant conductor of ISing Choir, who you'll hear burst into song during the podcast ; and Sue Pike, an ISing volunteer.
  • The Washington County A&E Guide weekly podcast is brought to you by Pamplin Media Group: your best source for local news about the communities where you live, work and play. Subscribe to our E-News and get the week's top stories in your inbox

    Washington County A&E Guide podcast with host Gabby Urenda

  • This week, host Gabby Urenda interviews members of Beaverton's ISing Choir. Skip forward to 17:08 for a taste of their upcoming performance Friday, Dec. 6, 7:30 p.m. in Raleigh Hills.
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