Classical music comes to Trout Lake Road in W.S.
Hunter Noack will perform a live outdoor concert on a nine-foot Steinway "In a Landscape: Classical Music in the Wild," an outdoor classical music concert series, in partnership with the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs.
The event is Thursday, Sept. 5, starting an hour before sunset, and is at the P 600 Road, Trout Lake Road, on the reservation.
The concert is free for Warm Springs Tribal members, however, tickets are required to reserve headsets for the full "In a Landscape" experience. Tickets are $50 for nontribal members.
"In a Landscape," according to the event website, is "an outdoor concert series in stunning landscapes that showcases Oregon industry, history and culture. We bring a 9-foot Steinway grand piano to the middle of forests, fields, calderas and historical sites for classical music concerts."
There are acoustic challenges when it comes to playing outside in remote locations and to combat that the concert series provides headsets to each person so they can listen and also move around to explore their surroundings. "(You are) no longer confined to seats, you can explore the landscape," the site mentions.
The concert site is a 10-minute drive from Warm Springs, and organizers suggest planning accordingly. Pets on leashes and picnics are welcome at the event.
In the case of inclement weather or severe fire or smoke, "In a Landscape" will cancel by 9 a.m. the day of the performance and notify all ticketed patrons.
To learn more about "In a Landscape," or reserve/buy tickets visit inalandscape.org.
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