New season highlights, Roundhouse Foundation grant
Dear <<First Name>>,
We have recently concluded our 11th season, and we were fortunate to receive the cover story exposure in Cascade Arts & Entertainment Magazine for the month of June. I am looking forward to announcing the lineup for next year, which will be revealed in August. In the meantime, I'd like to bring your attention to a couple highlights.
February 14, 2020 - Tower Theatre
Our annual Valentine's Day concert is brought to you by German Master Tech, and will feature Avery Fisher Career Grant winners the CALDER QUARTET. Formed almost 20 years while all students at the University of Southern California, the members continued their graduate studies together at the Colburn Conservatory and the Juilliard School. They have performed extensively worldwide, and recently released their debut recording of Beethoven String Quartets. Please plan ahead to join us for this annual occasion at the Tower Theatre!
May 9, 2020 - Wille Hall
New this season, we will be presenting our first "Solo Piano Recital in the Round" featuring Steinway Artist ROBERT THIES. What is a concert in the round, you ask? Enjoy the intimate seating surrounding the Steinway grand piano in the center of Wille Hall (COCC) from any angle in the room! Do you want to sit behind Robert to get a full view of his fingers flying across the keyboard? Pick your preference, it's your choice! Thies first captured worldwide attention when he won the Gold Medal at the Second International Prokofiev Competition in St. Petersburg, Russia. He has been a frequent guest in the HDCM Concert Series, and you won't want to miss our season finale concert!
More information about our upcoming season will be on our website shortly, and tickets will be available in August.
Roundhouse Foundation grant
We are fortunate to receive a $500 grant from the Roundhouse Foundation for the second year in a row, and these funds will go toward our Educational Outreach. The Roundhouse Foundation funds projects in Arts, Environment, Social Services, Education, and Community Leadership in Central and rural Oregon. It is through our programs that HDCM hopes to expose children to the highest levels of music performance and cultivate an interest that can lead to a lifelong appreciation and enjoyment of the performing arts.
Stay tuned, it's almost time to come hear the music!
Isabelle LaForet Senger
Founder & Executive Director