Music in the Woods concert series to begin
The lineup for the 2019 Spring Festival Series of Music in the Woods has been announced by Music Director Bill Crane. The series features an array of talented musicians both familiar and new.
All concerts start at 2 p.m. on Sunday afternoons in Mary's Woods' acoustically rich and historic Chapel of the Holy Names, with the exception of the February concert. Audiences are encouraged to arrive early and take advantage of free valet park-ing.
After each concert join the performers for an intimate reception, all included in the ticket price.
The concert series opens Feb. 17 with a concert by flutist Adam Eccleston. Note that this concert will take place in Cascadia Hall in the newly constructed Dunn Community Center, 17520 Menard St. Lake Oswego on the Mary's Woods campus.
The March 24 concert features the Chameleon Winds, an ensemble of flute, clarinet, oboe, horn and bassoon in a return engagement.
April 14 features Becky Anderson with a surprise pianist and the May 19 concert features pianist Johnandrew Slominski, now a professor of piano at Linfield College, joined by collaborators from the orchestral world.
Tickets to the individual concerts are $30 for adults and $10 for students online at musicinthewoods.org, or $35 at the door.
Mary's Woods in located at 17400 Holy Names Drive, Lake Oswego.
— For The Review, Tidings
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